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Widow 0f Physician Lost on Titanic in Serious Condition at Her
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Crushed under the news of the death of her husband, Dr. Arthur Jackson Brewe, on board the Titanic, Mrs. Brewe is in serious condition at her apartments in the Netherlands, 43d and Chestnut sts. Her condition last night was reported very serious, and this
morning she was no better. Several physicians are in attendance.

Mrs. Brewe realizes that her husband is gone, but she has received no word from either the White Star Line or survivors of the wreck as to how he met his death.

In Dr. Brewe's death the medical profession in this city suffered greatly, as he was associated for many years with Dr. S. Weir Mitchell in treatment of nervous diseases. Dr. Brewe was born in Galway, Ireland, forty-five years ago, was graduated from a preparatory school in Glencoe, and matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin. Soon after receiving his diploma, he came to the United States, first living in New York and then moving to Philadelphia. He took a special course in Jefferson Medical College in neurology. He married Miss Anne C. Gregory, a native of England. Dr. Brewe was a member of the American Medical Association, the Francis S. Dercum Neurology Society and the National Geographical Society.

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) MRS. BREWE COLLAPSES (Evening Bulletin, Saturday 20th April 1912, ref: #3799, published 24 September 2004, generated 23rd September 2021 05:49:10 PM); URL :