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Thomas William Burton, b. 1860
What Experience Has Taught Me: An Autobiography of Thomas William Burton.
Cincinnati: Press of Jennings and Graham, c1910.
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THE OLD LOG CABIN IN WHICH THOMAS WAS BORN.
The little fellow by the door is Thomas.

THE BIG HOUSE WHERE THOMAS' OWNERS LIVED.

THOMAS HAULING HAY FROM THE MEADOW TO THE BARN.

REV. JOHN G. FEE
Founder fo Berea College, KY., 1858.

MRS. MATILDA H. FEE.

Thomas off for Berea College, KY., January 1, 1881.

WACO (KY.) SCHOOL.
Taught by Thomas, 1885 and 1886.

THOMAS RECEIVING THE DEGREE AS M. D.,
From the Eclectic College of Physicians and Surgeons,
Indianapolis, Ind., March 24, 1892.

RANGE OF MOUNDS NEAR NEWARK, OHIO, CAMP WM. McKINLEY.
Here Thomas camped while acting Surgeon of 9th Battalion, O. N. G., 1893.

PROFESSOR E. W. CURRY,
The Negro Orator and Educator, Founder and President
of the Curry School, Urbana, Ohio.

Thomas presiding over the Ohio State Association of Physicians, Surgeons,
Dentists, and Pharmacists, Columbus, Ohio, May, 1906.

DR. H. R. HAWKINS,
Xenia, Ohio.
Post Graduate, Hahneman College, Philadelphia, Pa.

Thomas reducing a dislocated arm by making an extension
and counter-extension movements.

THOMAS REMOVING A FIBRO-CYSTIC TUMOR.

Thomas reading a paper before the Ohio State Eclectic
Medical Association, Put-in-Bay, Ohio, July, 1902.
Thomas the only colored member.

DR. WILLIAM CHAVIS,
Dr. Thomas W. Burton's preceptor.

DR. THOMAS W. BURTON AND FAMILY.

DR. THOMAS W. BURTON'S RESIDENCE,
Springfield, Ohio.

Dr. Thomas William Burton having the connubial knot tied,
August 3, 1893, to Miss Hattie B. Taylor.

A Group of Members of the Ohio State Medical Association, in their Fifth
Annual Session, Xenia, Ohio, June 9 and 10, 1909.

By request of the family (of the decedent), Dr. Burton is performing an
autopsy on the largest woman who lived in Springfield for years, at
the time of her death weighing 500 pounds, December 1909.