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Memoirs of a Country Doctor by James W. Laws M.D.


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Memoirs of a Country Doctor written by James W. Laws, his wife, Grace Austin Laws and their son Otis Laws.  Dr. Laws came to New Mexico in 1901 from Memphis, Tennessee after discovering that he was a victim of the White Plague, Tuberculosis. Dr. Law was cured of the disease at Fort Stanton. From 1905-1918 he and his newly wed wife, Grace, operated a small 'ranch sanitorium' for tuberculosis patients in the village of Lincoln.


See actual memoirs and photographs from a day back when.  

Printed by the Lincoln County Historical Society Publications

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