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January 16, 1921 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-01-16

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THE MICHIGAN DAILI

CITY PHARMACIST
PNEUMONIA VICTIM
Ottmar Eberbach, one of Ann Ar- CORDS OF TH
bor's oldest residents and a leading
pharmacist in the state, died here
early yesterday after a short attack
of pneumonia. Mr. Eberbach was
born in Ann Arbor, Nov. 23, 1845, and
after four years of study in German'I
universities joined his father in theI
drug business of Eberbach & Son. On
Nov. 3, 1870, he married Katherine
Hialler, of this city. Hiiiii~lim
For more than 50 years he has been
a member of the American Pharma-
ceutical association having been rec- The Rlue Front
ently elected an honorary member.'
Several of his articles have appeared
in the journal of that organization. Cigar Store
In 1888 he was influential in the
founding of the University Musical as- 5STUDENT OW NED
sociation, now the School of Music,;
and has been a director continuously Corner of Stateand Packard
since that time. He was a charter
member of the Michigan State Pharm- =
aceutical association, and its president 1 11111111 1li1
in 1900. For 20 years he was a mem-
ber of the local school board; Eber-
bach school was named in his honor.
Active in medical work in the state,
he was local treasurer of the Anti-
tuberculosis association, and for nine
years a member of the state board of
pharmaceutical examiners.
Mr. Eberbach is survived by his wife
and five children. The funeral date
has not yet been arranged.

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