[lōzē-ər]Clemence Sophia Harned 1813-1888

An American physician who, in 1863, founded the New York Medical College and Hospital for Women.

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Historical Examples of lozier

  • In 1830 she was married to Mr. Lozier, and removed to New York.

  • At the commencement of this article we stated that Mrs. Lozier was a modest woman.

  • Dr. Lozier has a practice of $15,000, and owns two fine houses, earned by her own perseverance.

  • Mrs. Lozier is said to have been a skilful surgeon, having performed upwards of one hundred and twenty capital operations.

  • Contrary to Mrs. Lozier, they are firm in their conviction of the expediency of mingling the sexes in all scholastic training.