Medicine: Philadelphia Paragon

The Philadelphia citizen who gave the community the best service during 1932 was a psychiatrist, announced the Edward W. Bok Award Committee, in giving $10,000 to Dr. Earl Danford Bond. Dr. Bond, 54, is director of the Pennsylvania Hospital's Institute for Mental Hygiene. He at once assigned the $10,000 for treatment of Philadelphia's indigent mentally deranged.


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