Supply Receipt 08-29-1863 Holdridge
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Receipt to Henry B. Holdridge for 620 lbs of ice at 1 ½ cents per pound $9.30, 7 doz. Eggs at 18 cents per dozen $1.26, 4 prs. Chickens at 75 cents per pair $3.00, total of $13.56. Below itemized list reads: I certify that the above specified articles were purchased on my requisition, for the use of the sick in Hospital under my charge, and the expenditure was warranted by the amount of Hospital credit due at that time. Wm. Goodell, Act. Surg. U.S.A. Received at West Chester, Pa. this 29th day of August 1863 from Capt. J. P. Loughead, C.S. U. S. A. Thirteen dollars and fifty six cents in full of the above amount. Henry B. Holdridge.
Dr. William Goodell was born in Malta on October 17, 1829. In 1847 he moved to attend Williams College in Massachusetts and graduated in 1851; after which he attended Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, graduating in 1854 with a degree of Doctor of Medicine. He married Caroline Darlington Bell, the daughter of Judge Thomas S. Bell of West Chester, PA, in 1857. For a short time, Dr. Goodell had a medical practice in West Chester, PA in the Chester County Medical Society. When the Civil War broke out Dr. Goodell was able to avoid the draft because of myopia (nearsightedness); however he did join the Union Army in 1863 as a contract surgeon with a pay of $100.00 monthly. He was trained in St. Louis, Missouri and at the Turners Lane Hospital in Philadelphia, and became the Acting Surgeon at Camp Paoli (Parole) in West Chester. Camp Paoli was a 53 bed hospital in West Chester for wounded Prisoners of War. After the Civil War, Goodell accepted a position as the first Master to the Preston Retreat in Philadelphia. In 1870, he took on a position as Lecturer on the Diseases of Women and later Clinical Professor of Gynecology (1874) at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. William Goodell died of a brain tumor in 1894.
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