Arthur Silver, M.D.
"History of Shelby County, Ohio"
by A.B.C. Hitchcock; Sidney, Ohio; 1913
Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co.; Chicago, IL.
ARTHUR SILVER, M. D. physician and surgeon, who is one of the younger members of his
profession at Sidney, O., succeeding his eminent father, was born at
Sidney, June 19, 1880, and is a son of Dr. David R. and Jennie E.
(Fry) Silver. For many years Dr. David R. Silver, whose death
occurred December 8, 1911, was prominent in both business and
professional life in Shelby county. Arthur Silver attended the public
schools in his native city and was graduated froni the Sidney high
school in the class of 1899 and then entered Miami University, where
he secured his degree of A. B., graduating in 1904. He then became a
student of medicine in the Medical College of Ohio, where he was most
creditably graduated four years later. For eighteen months he served
as an interne in the City Hospital of Cincinnati, afterward becoming
assistant to the celebrated Dr. H. J. Whitacre, a noted surgeon of
Cincinnati. The death of his father called the young physician home
and he has ever since been engaged in a general practice at Sidney.
He is a member of the Shelby County Medical Society, the Ohio State
Medical Society and the American Medical Association and keeps
thoroughly informed concerning the wonderful developments that are
taking place in his science. He is identified with the Masonic
fraternity and retains college membership in the Beta Theta Pi, the
Nu Sigma and the Nu Medical organizations.