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OCTOR Charles H. Williams, the
it brother of our beloved principal, is a
physician and connoisseur of art. He
is a graduate of the Medical Depart-
ment of the University of Michigan.
Before beginning the study of medi-
cine, he received the degree of Bachelor
of Arts from Adrian College and
the degree of Pharmaceutical Chemist from
the University of Michigan. While Dean
Schlatterbeck was engaged in advanced study in
Switzerland at the University of Berne, Dr.Williams
assumed his duties at Michigan. While teaching
there, he was successfully engaged in research work
in Chemistry. His studies were widely published
and many of them were translated into German and
printed in the Berlin "Rundschau." After leaving
Ann Arbor, he studied in New York City and in
Philadelphia. jefferson Medical College conferred
upon him the honorary degree of Doctor of Medi-
cine and awarded him two gold medals for excel-
lence in special branches.
Dr. Williams is a member of the national literary
fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega, and of the national
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medical fraternity, Phi Rho Sigma. He is also a
thirty-second degree Mason.
Having finished his education, Doctor Williams
established himself in New York and ably served
humanity for a number of years. Finally he retired
to travel and devoted his attention to his greatest
interestyart. From boyhood, Dr. Williams has
had an ever-growing interest in art. While in
Europe, he procured many fine pictures, some of
which have been presented to museums, and others
kept for his private collection. Now he spends
part of each year in Toledo, and part in New York,
collecting aft treasures which he loves so well.
To Libbey High School, Dr. Williams has been
most generous. In the halls, office, model apart-
ment, library, auditorium, and English class rooms,
are hanging beautiful pictures, all of which he has
selected for us, and many of which have been gifts
from him. He has helped us to arrange these pic-
tures, and given us inspiring talks to aid us in
appreciating and interpreting them properly.
But for much more than his generosity and
appreciation of aft do we esteem Dr. Williams. He
is our true friend, and because of his high ideals and
noble living, we are proud -to dedicate this EDELIAN
of 1928 to him.
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