HARRY C. REYNOLDS, M. D.
Dr. Harry C. Reynolds is a successful physician and surgeon of Arlington, Riverside county, maintaining a well appointed office at 9396 Magnolia avenue and a branch at 7565 Peters street. He was born in Alamosa, Iowa, October 30, 1888, a son of Bion O. Reynolds, a native of Illinois, who removed to Iowa in early life and came to California in September, 1924. The mother of Dr. Reynolds bore the maiden name of Lucy Streator and is now deceased. The family are Seventh Day Adventists.
Harry C. Reynolds pursued the courses of grade and high schools in the acquirement of an education and received his professional training in the College of Medical Evangelists at Loma Linda, California, which in 1929 conferred upon him the degree of M. D. He served as interne at the San Bernardino General Hospital prior to beginning the practice of his chosen profession in Arlington, a suburban town within the corporate limits of Riverside, and here he has remained to the present time. His practice has steadily grown as he has demonstrated his ability in checking the ravages of disease and his reputation is an enviable one. His name is on the membership rolls of the Riverside County Medical Society, the California State Medical Association and the American Medical Association.
In 1917 Dr. Reynolds was united in marriage to Miss Mabel Gertrude Grecian, of Iowa. He is a deacon of the local society of Seventh Day Adventists and finds his time entirely occupied by his church work and his professional activities.
Transcribed by Joyce Rugeroni.
Source: California of the South Vol. II, by John Steven McGroarty, Page 113, Clarke Publ., Chicago, Los Angeles, Indianapolis. 1933.
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