Medical bill from Isaac Rand to Thomas Greenough, 1778 April 30

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About this Item

Creator
Rand, Isaac , 1743-1822
Type
Invoices.
Language
English
Origin
Massachusetts
Description
1 manuscript.
Date
1778
Repository
Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Identifier
colonialnorthamerica.library.harvard.edu/990146067030203941

Content Notes

Receipted medical bill from Dr. Isaac Rand (1743-1822), of Boston, Massachusetts, to Thomas Greenough, for medical services rendered from 1777 to 1778, which included visiting and administering medicines to Greenough and his servant, and inoculating Greenough's granddaughter for smallpox, for which he charged six pounds.

Biographical Notes

Isaac Rand (1743-1822), A.B., 1761, Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, studied medicine with his father Isaac Rand, Sr. (1719-1791), and James Lloyd (1728-1810), before establishing his medical practice in Boston in 1764. He was a founding member of the Massachusetts Medical Society in 1781 and served as its president from 1798 to 1804. Rand also was elected an Overseer of Harvard in 1810.