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Image of Dr. John Smith Fogg papers - 1842-1930's

Dr. John Smith Fogg papers - 1842-1930's

Dr. John Smith Fogg (1865-1936), a Biddeford native, was a Captain and Assistant Surgeon in the U.S. Army and served abroad and domestically at the turn of the 20th century. This collection of papers includes the accounts of his tours in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War, his travels abroad, some of his published and unpublished writings, and his extensive genealogical and local history research for himself and others.

Image of 3133 - Photograph

3133 - Photograph

Dr. John Smith Fogg of Biddeford, portrait in U.S. Army uniform, circa 1901-1914. Courtesy of the National Library of Medicine.

Image of 3134 - Photograph

3134 - Photograph

Staff surgeons at Josiah Simpson General Hospital, Fort Monroe, Virginia, circa 1899. Courtesy of the National Library of Medicine. This was the main hospital during the Spanish-American War. Biddeford native Dr. John S. Fogg is standing, second from the right. Dr. Fogg's signature is visible on the bottom margin of the image.