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It’s time to reprint Dr. E.L. Trudeau’s autobiography

June 12, 2012
By Neal Burdick

A century ago, Dr. Edward Livingston Trudeau, no doubt prodded by friends and associates, began thinking in earnest about writing his autobiography. In the book, which came out in 1916, he stated that the writing of his life's story would likely be his last act of consequence. In his 67th year by the summer of 1915, a virtual invalid since 1905, he felt his health ebbing. Indeed, by that time he found it necessary to dictate much of the manuscript.

 
 

 

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