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Franklin Martin, MD, FACS, Founder of the American College of Surgeons

The rescue of Miss Inez Stone

The safe return of a relative of Franklin H. Martin, MD, FACS, after Germany’s declaration of war on Russia in 1914, is the focus of this month’s column.

The Martin family headstone

Tour the cemetery where ACS leaders are buried: Visit Archives booth for information

Clinical Congress attendees are invited to tour Graceland Cemetery, the final resting place of ACS Founder Franklin H. Martin, MD, FACS, and his wife, Isabelle.

Detail of Dr. Martin’s laparotomy record.

ACS Archives houses practice records of Franklin H. Martin

The ACS Archives house four record books detailing the gynecologic practice of Franklin H. Martin, MD, FACS.

Setting standards of efficiency

This month’s column provides a brief history of the “efficiency movement” and describes the establishment of the College’s Hospital Standardization Program.

The SG&O building at 54 E. Erie St., painted for an ACS holiday card by Fred Semmler.

The gift that keeps on giving

The extraordinary contributions of Franklin H. Martin, MD, FACS, and his wife, Isabelle, to the ACS are the focus of this month’s column.

Franklin H. Martin, MD, FACS: Gynecologic surgeon

The Bulletin will be publishing vignettes regarding important key individuals and events that have played influential roles in the history of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). This month’s column focuses on Franklin H. Martin, MD, FACS, and his career as a gynecologic surgeon in Chicago, IL, before founding the ACS.

Archives page on ACS website now offers descriptions of Dr. Martin’s collected papers

Complete descriptions of American College of Surgeons Founder Franklin H. Martin’s, MD, FACS, collected papers and other archival materials are now available for viewing on the ACS Archives website.

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