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WALTER WILLIAM IRVING
Source: History of Homoeopathy and Its Institutions in America: Their Founders, By William Harvey King, 1905
Walter William Irving, practicig physician of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was born in Mukwonago, Waukesha county, Wisconsin, January 22, 1868, the son of Walter and Caroline E. (Boss) Irving. Dr. Irving obtaines his early education in the common schools of Waukesha, and later attended Carrol College. He began the study of medicine under the preceptorship of Dr. W. E. Taylor, then of Monmouth, Illinois, and now superintendent of Illinois Western Hospital for the Insane at Watertown. In 1894-1897, Dr. Irving studied in the Hahnemann Medical College of Chicago, there receiving his degree. In 1897, he attended the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, taking a clinical course, and also attended the night clinic of St. Bartholemew's Hospital. In 1897 he located in Milwaukee, where he associated in practice with Dr. E.W. Bebee, but has practiced alone since 1899. He is a member of the visiting staff of the Milwaukee Protestant Orphan Asylum; a member and ex-secretary of the Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of Wisconsin; memer and ex-president and ex-secretary of the Milwaukee Academy of Medicine; meber of the American Institute of Homeopathy, the American Homeopathic Ophthalmological, Otological and Laryngological Society, the Phi Alpha Gamma, the Ustion, and also of the Masonic Order. January 1, 1901, Dr. Irving married Emily Ward Pray.