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RE: [IP] Original Joslin Location

My Grandfather was a patient of Fr Joslin.

1898: Elliott P. Joslin, M.D., begins private practice on Beacon Street in
Boston, and a few years later moves his practice to 81 Bay State Road. 

1934: The George F. Baker Building is opened on the New England Deaconess
Hospital site on Pilgrim Road and houses research laboratories for Dr.
Joslin and colleagues. 

1952: Dr. Joslin's group practice became formally known as Joslin Clinic.
His associates were: Howard Root, M.D., Alexander Marble, M.D., and Robert
Bradley, M.D. (all three became Joslin Presidents), his son Allen P. Joslin,
M.D., Leo Krall, M.D. (who held the position of President of the
International Diabetes Federation) and Priscilla White, M.D., known for her
pioneering work with children and pregnant women. 

1953: The Diabetes Foundation is established as a non-profit organization to
collect contributions for camping, education and research activities. 

1956: Joslin Clinic moves to its current site adjacent to New England
Deaconess Hospital (now Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center). 

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Subject: [IP] Original Joslin Location

I'm not sure, but I'm thinking it was on Bay State Rd. Is that it?

RogerC wrote:
The building you speak of is near Kenmore Square and Fenway Park. It is off
  Beacon street and later today I am sure I will remember the name of the
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