New York County
New York, USA
|Death: ||Apr. 1, 1946, USA|
From Progressive Men of the State of Montana, 1902:
"Samuel E. Schwartz, MD is one of the able physicians and surgeons of the city of Butte, where he is held in high esteem by his professional confreres and by the many representative families and individuals to whom he is called to minister in a professional way. The doctor was born in New York City, the son of E. H. and Jennie Schwartz, both of whom were born in Vienna, Austria, where they were reared educated and married. They emigrated to the United States in the early fifties, locating in New York City, their present home. The father of the doctor engaged in the manufacturing of paint in that city, and also carried on an extensive wholesale and retail paint business until 1894, when he retired from active business life, the enterprise being conducted by his son.
In the great city of New York, Samuel E. Schwartz was reared to maturity, and was there afforded superior educational advantages, after his public school attendance matriculating in the College of the City of New York, where he pursued a literary course, after which he entered the medical department of Columbia College, where he completed a very thorough technical course in medicine and surgery, being graduated as a member of the class of 1896 and receiving the degree of Doctor of Medicine. He served as general intern for eighteeen months, and therafter as house surgeon of the German Hospital, at Newark,, N. J. The Doctor was also substitute physician and surgeon in various New York City hospitals while he was prosecuting his medical studies, and the practical experience gained in clinical work in these various incumbencies was a most valuable one. in 1898 Dr. Schwartz came to Montana and the metropolis of the state, the city of Butte, has ever since been the field fo his active and discriminating profesional endeavors.
He was associated in practice in the capactiy of assistant with Dr. I. J. Murray, for about one year, since which time he has devoted his attention to individual practice of the general character. He is an active and valued member of the Rocky Mountain Inter-State Medical Association, being a member of its committee on legislation, and is also identified with teh Montana State Medical Association and the Silver Bow County Medical Society. Socially the Doctor holds membership in the local lodge of the Royal Neighbors of America, while he is also one of the active and popular members of the Overland Club."
BNai Israel Cemetery
Silver Bow County
Created by: Pam
Record added: Jun 23, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54017757
Gone but not forgotten|
Added: Dec. 30, 2012