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Bio

Leslie L. Bottsford
The Michigan Alumnus 76-93

Leslie L. Bottsford, who has recently been advanced to the rank of
 Assistant Professor in the Department of Gynecology, was born August
 20, 1887, at Moscow, New York State.

He received his early education in 
the Geneseo State Normal School, Geneseo, New York, and then entered
 Williams College where he received his A.B. in 1909. He was graduated 
from the Medical School of the University of Michigan in 1914, and has 
been Instructor in the Medical School since that time.

Dr. Bottsford has
 contributed a number of articles to the Michigan State Medical Society 
Monthly.

Dr. Bottsford was married Sept. 4th, 1915, to Miss Helen M. 
 Crosby.