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Earl Hurst Ryan M.D.




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Earl Hurst RYAN, M. D. (1884-1975)


Earl Ryan was born at Gettysburg, Ohio 1884. We can testify that he can put up quite a battle on the baseball field or mark war on disease, so Gettysburg was the proper place.

Earl received his common school education at Versailles, Ohio. He attended college at Ohio Northern University and at the University of Michigan. Here he prepared himself to be a pharmacist, which profession he followed for some time.

During this period of his experience there came into his circle of interest a young lady, Miss Jane Murphy, also of Versailles, who agreered to share his fortunes on the 9th day of October, 1909.

Later he attended and graduated from the College of Medicine of our own State University. Following a year's service as intern in the Protestant Hospital he had been engaged in the practice of medicine.

The doctor is an all-around athlete. He pitches baseball well. He plays tennis splendidly, for he once beat the editor. He is an enthusiastic motorist and babby-buggyist. Miss Marthel Ryan had the first ride in the above mentioned buggy and Master Joe Ryan is occupying it at present.

The doctors garden is one of the coziest in the village. He lives at 1750 Arlington Avenue.


From an unknown periodical for the Upper Arlington, Ohio area, some time after 1918. Page 11.


Post card from Earl Ryan to C. F. Ryan

This Post card was written by my Great Grandfather, Earl Hurst RYAN, to his father Dr. C. F. RYAN. The letter is about my Grandmother Rebecca Marthel RYAN (b.July 14, 1910) being born.



Just came from the H(ospital) Jennie and R(ebecca) doing fine. Nurses said R(ebecca)looks like me. J(ennie) thinks she looks like her grandmother Ryan (Emma Caroline Peck). Expect Jennie will leave the H(ospital) Sunday. Hoping you are well


This is the store where Earl Works

(Front of postcard)

Drug Store where Earl Worked




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