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With the exception of four years — , which he passed at Berlin in the capacity of royal physician, Hoffmann spent the rest of his life at Halle in instruction, practice and study, interrupted now and again by visits to different courts of Germany, where his services procured him honours and rewards.
He was enrolled a member of many learned societies in different foreign countries including being elected Fellow of the Royal Society in ,  while in his own he became privy councillor.
Of his numerous writings a catalogue is to be found in Haller's Bibliotheca medicinae practicae. The chief is Medicina rationalis systematica , undertaken at the age of sixty, and published in A complete edition of Hoffmann's works, with a life of the author, was published at Geneva in , to which supplements were added in and Editions appeared also at Venice in and at Naples in and From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Namespaces Article Talk. In they had a drill for the best drill sergeants in the city. There were five high schools, and about people that engaged in this competitive event, and I was the first person from Eastern to ever win that, in I graduated in and I signed up to attend Wilson Teachers College at that time.
But I loved the theater, so I gave up Wilson Teachers, and for the next 27 years I worked in theaters. During that time, after being elevated to assistant manager at the Earle, my next available opportunity was a managership in the neighborhood theater.
For a while, I spent a few weeks to fill in at the Uptown Theatre, which at that time was running Cinerama. If I remember correctly it was I stayed in the theater until , and then I went into the jewelry business.
My uncle, who was in the jewelry business, had tried to talk me out of continuing in the theater, because there was not much home life there. When Gordon Jewelry took it over, we were not on good terms, so I left, and I went to work for Melart Jewelers and from there I remained in the jewelry business until about or 2 when I retired.
But kept busy. You did stay involved with Eastern High School. Can you tell us about that? Strange thing, I referred to the High School Cadets before.
These were people that graduated over 50 years ago from Eastern High School. I was invited to a committee meeting, because I had put on the 50th graduation for my class of I walked into this committee meeting, and a gentleman who had been my captain in the High School Cadets, his name was Harold Kern.
But anyways, from there on, one of my innovations was the introduction of the bulletin which contains people who attend, people who contribute, the names in memoriam of the deceased that fall within the period that you would have qualified for the Eastern 50 Plus Club.
We have class representatives from each class, and they help to distribute the registration forms. We only meet once a year. Two years, there was a girl from my class that took over the job, and another year one of the women who was president, also wanted to do it, and I backed off, glad to have somebody volunteer.
I have started to put their name in there because people like to see who is left in their class. My love is still with the school. I think that at one time we contributed something.
They had a great choral society—they still have a great choral society there. I might say that. The chaplain, who is listed in here.
His name is Hoffman, by the way. But he also conducted the school for pages on Capitol Hill. In addition, there was a group of women—this is to maybe indicate that somebody once said to me that the people in your education, the people that you remain closest to, are the ones in high school, because of your age, and when you go to college, you meet people from all over the world.
One is gone. Dallas Shirley, and was a—I talked him into being president of the club at one time. How do you spell his last name?
Dallas Shirley. A very good friend of mine over the years. We remain close. As I say, when he came to the club, I talked him into being president.
In fact, I picked him; we never had an election. I have a. Do you want to hear a strange story? The mother was a half-sister to Al Jolson, and I used to take the daughter out.
There was another daughter who graduated from Eastern. He became a rabbi and eventually a chaplain in the Army.
Goode], the rabbi that died in the war, and donated it to Eastern High School. So you do have people that make donations. That man named Frank Innocenti.
He has become a very dear friend. I can remember when I was years old going to high school, and we were given assignments to do something.
I would go up from my house to the Library of Congress and we would go in there. It was a simple matter, and you got the books you wanted, and you had a chance to do a little research, which is a little different than the regimentation I think are the procedures today.
But you could do your research there. You went to a desk—first you went to a file. In addition, they had newspapers there from practically—the large newspapers from all over the United States.
Before the [Supreme Court] building was built. I liked to listen to speakers like Huey Long [of Louisiana], Johnson from California, and Borah [of Idaho], there was a fellow from Missouri, they were all great speakers.
I wanted to ask: how many places did you live on Capitol Hill while you were going to school? And by the way, you did not have a toilet, you had an outhouse.
They developed a friendship with a man named Cuno H. But he became one of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, and during Prohibition, my father used to get liquor for Cuno H.
Rudolph, and they went to him, and they wanted to put electric lights on H Street and they got them. But getting back to—where was I? Then we lived on Kent Place, which is about two blocks—do you know where Gallaudet is?
We were about two blocks from Gallaudet. They were in between K and L, and Ninth and Tenth. Then I lived around the corner, with my grandmother, on Ninth Street.
That was after my father died. Later on we moved back to Kent Place, because my mother still owned that house. That was across the street from where J.
You know that he had a home Then later on we moved to Northwest. How many years? From birth till now? We lived in Silver Spring, Walden Road.
I bought a house there. Then we moved back into Washington with my in-laws, because it looked like I was going in the Service.
Then we moved to Farrell Drive in. I was once offered a job, but my uncle—by the way, his daughter lives right across the street. BARNES: Tell us about the theaters at that time, the different ones that you worked in, and the kinds of movies that you had back then They had usually four acts, or they had a band, or they had a line of girls.
Her name was Maxine Doyle, and then they had another one after that. Her name was Gracie Barrie. I went to the Home Theatre.
The Home Theatre was about a seat theater. It was a good place to get acquainted. The Home Theater had two stores, which were part of the property that belonged to the company.
One of them was a little tailor shop, and the other was a little confectionary store. But they sold dill pickles, and the kids would all buy dill pickles and come in the store The strange thing that happened there There were a couple of other theaters in Northeast.
There was one called the Dixie, that nobody knows about, but I have a book on it, and I know about it, too.
And there was one called the Princess Theater, where on Friday, if you got to the theater by , you could get in for five cents.
Only the Apollo. The Apollo was the theater in that area. They were smooching. They were all from Gallaudet. I was assigned to him, with a limousine, for three days.
My son Ron was with me. So Ron took the picture of the three of us, the press representative, Duke, and myself. Duke will sit up front. I picked him up at the Polish Embassy.
The door was opened by an attendant with silk pants on. We went upstairs, and I was introduced to Count Potocki. Also there was Liz Whitney, from Virginia.
Well, they changed their mind; they took the escorts down And on I went, but when we came out, I was with Bruce Cabot, and we were standing on the steps of the White House, waiting for the limousine to pull up.
In the meantime, a limousine pulled up—Eleanor Roosevelt went around to the hotels to represent the president, and she was just returning from one hotel, and she stopped and talked to us—she wanted to know how the speech was, and so forth.
Very pleasant! Who else? It went on and on. I had a very unique job. I had a wife and a son, and the siblings of her family, there were two or three of them living with us, so she was well taken care of while I was away.
So I enlisted in the Navy. I first went into the Amphibious Forces, but a friend of mine told me there was a good location for me, and what I knew, in Yorktown.
So I went to Yorktown and spoke to the officer there, and with a lot of footwork, I got transferred the day before the amphibious crew sailed for the Pacific.
I got pulled out, and I went to Yorktown. I became, you might say, the manager of the theater there, of all things.
There were 2, civilian employees, and 2, military, and I stayed there the rest of my time in the service. But I also became managing editor—they had a base newspaper there.
I took photographs for the officers for Christmas parties, and all that kind of stuff. The war was over then. HOFFMAN: No, although the friend of mine that worked down there that told me about this opening; he had an apartment down there, and he opened it up—my wife and son came down and spent a week with me down there, and I could go to the apartment every night, and come back on the base.
There was also a group of women who attended a funeral in They now meet two or three times a year. In fact, I have an invitation—I joined it. Practically all women at first anyway.
No male officers anyways. At one time I was making address labels for them and making up their bulletins, but I stopped that.
In fact, we get a lot of cross-references with the interviews that we do, so whenever we get something like that, we look at other interviews to see if that has come up before.
We want all the information we can get. We never locked our doors. We just played. My mother was rather lenient with me as I was growing up.
She was just here, because her granddaughter got married, and then she went. We have a great relationship.
We had moved out of the area by then. She may have gone a year to one of the grade schools It seems to me she went to school in the Northwest area.
Were there any baseball parks? It was called Rosedale. There were playgrounds around there. In fact, today, they kind of close off the playgrounds, but in those days, if there were swings there, or if they had a bar that you used to climb up, and so forth, you could go in there during the day.
In summer time you could go in there and play. There was a shopping area in Southeast. Both Pennsylvania Avenue and Eighth Street.
Eighth Street was the main place for the Marine Corps. There was a lot of areas that were caught in that. I have friends—one fellow, he lived two doors up, a friend from way back, had a hardware store on H Street and he was in Hawaii, and they told him his store was burned out.
They were very competitive. Very competitive. Football, basketball, track, baseball. He had a brother that played professional football, I think.
They had regular coaches and everything. My mother never had driven, but when my father died My father bought a car and never drove it.
But she bought a little car and she drove it. I remember that the car was sitting out front, and we heard on the radio that the Senators had won the World Series or something.
I went outside, and I was blowing the horn on the car. In the next block, there was a theater called the Empire. Next door to it was an automobile shop.
They were selling over the counter. They had a radio. Practically the whole area was in front of that store, listening to the World Series. I used to like to go to the library.
I used to go to the library for my grandfather. He originally had a tailor shop, but it was on Seventh Street NW. He lived on Tenth Street NE.
We lived with him. We were near family, because our family was spread all over the. That was your entertainment, more or less? I can remember, my father was a little bit of an organizer of fun trips.
All the family was at our house. He had bought toy instruments for the family. They had their own little parade. Another time this happened in Northwest we were going to visit.
He was in New York. He was here, then New York, came back here, then went back to New York. We did wild things Each of the holidays was a gathering for some of the family: the New Year, Rosh Hashanah; Yom Kippur, the day of atonement; and the big thing there was the dinner when you broke the fast.
You were related to the people for the most part. I guess there were some exceptions too. I really voted for local folks when I moved into Maryland.
I think it was at 13th or 14th Streets. When I. And of course it was all volunteer. But there were racial problems there. My mother was a good provider.
Had a house for us to live in. They were investing in real estate. He and this fellow I told you, who met with the commissioner to try to get the lights.
They were buying houses together, for 3 or 4, dollars, turn around and sell them for 5 and 6 thousand dollars, fix them up a little.
I can remember them playing horseshoes out in the back. I always enjoyed horseshoes. I was pretty good at it, too. Do you remember clinkers? They would be the hardened Was milk delivered?
In the wintertime where it would freeze and force the top up Soon as you hit real cold weather, and over the winter, they would save ice.
I can remember when we had. But were the winters colder than what we know now? Or about the same? We have cold resistance.
The Knickerbocker Theater—have you heard of that? The snow was like this—from the weight of the snow on the roof.
Not only that; when I became a manager, the man who had been manager during that time was still the manager. He was a good friend; older man.
He survived it—when it came down it was mostly the center of the theater anyways. This girl here—her father was involved in having to—he was one of the people that was on call, because as a result of that he went over there to see what he could do.
The front room was the beds, and I guess generally at first I slept in the same room with my parents. Did they order them?
I think it was a firm in New York State. The other thing about the store I remember was, Dr. The first shoe store. Two sides.
It was just like a heart shaped, without the indentation at the top, it came down to almost a point, and it was just filled with colored water and hung in there.
You knew it was a drug store. Not all the drug stores had it, but this was independently owned. It hung in the show window. Later on. Then they sold popcorn, which kids would bring into the theater.
That happened, I think Everything was machines. She lives out there now. The movie? She wanted to do it. This is So I just wanted to send it to her, to reminisce about the old days.
Just for the Leisure World. When you went to school, did you take your lunch,. So I worked there for two years. I always seemed to work the same shift when the principal of the school would come to lunch, and he had one favorite thing.
He was a beloved man. In fact, there is a school [named] after him. His name is Charles Hart. I got a good memory about small things.
So your mom did all the cooking at home They were synagogue members. In fact, another story? The other time, my sister was born in Sibley Hospital, both of us were born on religious holidays and he was sitting there.
What was I, 11 years old? So whatever that was. Also the furnace was down there. She used a tub, or something like that.
On the first floor there was a kitchen. But at one time my father, mother, my sister and I could eat in the kitchen. But if you got past four, you had to go in the living room.
The living room was large enough to take care of I meant the dining room. Do you remember any? Maybe the next house. Be we used to watch There was a time when we had a There was a prize fight.
We were the only one that had a television set. The house was full of people, all in one room. Do you remember? The heat was from the stoves.
We had a full bathroom, with a toilet. The closet was over that hall. They had a small bedroom, which was my bedroom, and then we had two larger bedrooms where my mother and sister slept, and the other one was where her sister and brother-in-law and nephew slept.
They lived with us. I can remember when we had whooping cough,. That must have been a very It was a full sized closet, because one side was a stairway to the basement, and the other side was this large closet.
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