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Bruno L. Sulzbacher

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     Bruno L. Sulzbacher was born in Las Vegas, New Mexico.  His father, Judge Louis Sulzbacher, was then a prominent lawyer of the Territory, and is now Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Porto Rico.  Mr. Sulzbacher was forced to content himself with instruction at a Presbyterian mission school there, though this was supplemented by a classical course at the Jesuit College in Las Vegas.  He went to Philadelphia, where he entered Swathmore College and later Rugby Academy, from which he graduated.

     His family had moved to Kansas City during his collegiate life, so Mr. Sulzbacher took up residence here on graduating.  He took a preparatory medical course in the Kansas State University and at the University Medical College in this city.  He graduated in 1894, receiving second prize in the class.  Mr. Sulzbacher went to Europe, and for two years studied in the great universities at Berlin, Goettingen, and Vienna.  He returned to Kansas City in 1898, and has practiced here since.

     Dr. Sulzbacher has occupied chairs in the University Medical College, in the Womens' Medical College, and is a lecturer at Agnew Hospital.  He belongs to the New Mexico Territorial Medical Society, the American Medical Association, and a number of other kindred societies.  He is a thirty-second degree Mason, a Shriner, and an Elk.  He also has membership in the Kansas City Athletic and Kansas City Driving Clubs.
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