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Guy Bateman Mitchell

Guy Bateman Mitchell, the well-known young physician, was born in Baltimore, Maryland.  His father, John T. Mitchell, was the head of the largest fruit-packing and canning company in the country at that time.

     The senior Mitchell died when the subject of this sketch was still in his infancy.  A few years later the family removed to Abilene, Kansas, where the young Guy went to the public schools, and later had the advantage of a high school course.

     After quitting the High School, he decided upon the profession of medicine, and, coming to Kansas City, entered the University Medical College.  He was graduated with high honors, and received his degree, and has ever since practiced here.

     Dr. Mitchell's success has been due to ability more than anything else, but also to high-mindedness, honesty, and loyalty to the highest standards of his profession.

     Dr. Mitchell is examining physician for a number of secret societies, and is also a member of the Jackson County Medical Society and the Missouri Medical Association.  His one hobby is athletics, and for a year or so now has been a star member of the Kansas City Athletic Club.

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