medical association

Fine tea and program.

Pittsburgh Courier, 8 January 1949.

The oldest Negro medical society in the world.



  • William H. Bryant
  • James A. Battle
  • Charles H. Bynum
  • George K. Butterfield
  • Joseph F. Cowan
  • William A. Mitchner
  • William H. Phillips
  • Isaac A. Shade
  • D’Arcy C. Yancey
  • Samuel H. Vick Jr. — (A Ph.C. is a Pharmaceutical Chemist. The designation is a status, rather than a degree.) In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: Hines S. [Samuel H.] Vick, 62, real estate dealer; wife Annie M., 57; son Samuel H., 30, a druggist; daughter Monte L., 11; and Alferd Roberson, 78 (see below). In the 1940 census of Wilson, Wilson Count, Sam Vick Jr. is listed in his father’s household in Wilson working as a salesman for a cosmetic house. In 1942, Samuel Hiram Vick Jr. registered for the World War II draft in Wilson. Per his registration card, he was born 1 November 1900 in Wilson; resided at 622 East Green Street, Wilson; his contact was Mrs. Annie Vick; and he worked as a traveling salesman for Martin Laboratory, Philadelphia (“home every week-end.”)
  • Alfred Robinson

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