Dr. Anna E Wolfram

The Kentucky Post, Tuesday, December 2, 1930, page 1


Bellevue Doctor Called After 15 Weeks Illness

Dr. Anna Wolfram, 73, of 322 Center-st. Bellevue, died early Tuesday at her home following an illness of 15 weeks.

Dr. Wolfram was widely known in Bellevue, where she had practiced many years.  She specialized in women's and children's diseases.  She was a graduate of the Cincinnati Medical College in 1895 and fro 15 years was head nurse at Dr. Reney's Hospital, now the Bethesda Hospital, Cincinnati.

Dr. Wolfram was a member of the Women's Medical Association and the Tribe of Ben Hur.  She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. M A Brinkman and Mrs. Julia Huber, Ft. Thomas, and Mrs. Anson Briggs, Honeoye Falls, NY; one brother, Oliver D Wolfram, Ft. Thomas, and a niece Mrs. Edwin Trimbur, with whom she lived.

Funeral arrangements are being completed by Vonderhaar & Stetter, Newport undertakers.


The Kentucky Post, Wednesday, December 3, 1930, page 6


Requiem high mass will be intoned Friday at 9 a.m. at St Anthony Church, Bellevue, for Dr. Anna E Wolfram, 73, physician, 322 Center-st. Bellevue.  Burial will be in the Evergreen Cemetery.  Dr. Wolfram died Tuesday.  She had been a practicing physician in Bellevue many years.  Three sisters, one brother and a niece, Mrs. E H Trimbur, 322 Center-st. with whom she lived, survive.


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