John Cotton Dana (b. August 19, 1856 in Woodstock, Vermont - d. July 21, 1929 in New Jersey) was a highly influential American librarian and museum director whose main objective was to make the library relevant to the daily lives of the citizens and to promote the benefits of reading. He was a public librarian for forty years and achieved a great deal in his field
Medical practitioner who is regarded as the father of medicine
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