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Elic Scott Carroll

Elic Scott Carroll

Elic Scott Carroll was born 24 Oct 1864 to Craft Charles Carroll (born 1834) and Tirzah Jane Carroll (born 1830). Charles was the son of William and Barbara Carroll.

Elic Carroll graduated from Baltimore Academy of Dental Surgery on 6 Mar 1884. The Baltimore Academy is considered the first dental school in the world. It merged with the University of Maryland in 1923 and is no longer in existence.  

Elic Scott Carroll died in 1940.

Baltimore College of Dental Surgery.  
The forty-fourth annual commencement of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery was held at the Academy of Music, Baltimore, Md., on Thursday, March 6, 1884, at 1:30 o'clock p.m.
The annual oration was delivered by Pembroke Lea Thom, Esq., and the valedictory address was by William H. Ross, D.D.S.
The number of matricutes for the session was eighty-eight.
The degree of D.D.S. was conferred on the following graduates by Professor R. B. Winder, dean of the faculty.
[among the list of graduates]
E. S. Carroll . . . . . . . . . . . Pennsylvania
from Dental College Commencements, page 240-241, from the American Dental Association.

From Polk's Dental Directory
Office addresses for Elic Scott Carroll
1896 1110 F NW, Washington, DC
1898-1906 868-870 Ellicott SQ., Buffalo, NY
1908 502 Lafayette Av., Buffalo, NY   
1910-1917 560 Delaware, Buffalo, NY
1925 Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC
1928 Medical Science Building, Washington, DC


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