Dr. F. S. Maxwell


DR. F. S. MAXWELL, a prominent young dentist of Steubenville, was born at Washington, D. C., July 15, 1859. He is the son of John S. Maxwell, a well-known citizen of Steubenville, who removed to that city from Washington in 1867. Dr. Maxwell graduated from the Steubenville High School at seventeen years of age, after which he entered upon the study of dentistry. In September, 1878, he entered upon the study of dentistry. In September 1878, he entered the Pennsylvania college of dental surgery of Philadelphia, in which he completed a full course, graduating in March, 1880. He then began the practice of his profession in the city of Philadelphia. In December 1880, he removed to Steubenville, where he has actively and successfully practiced his profession ever since, being now one of Steubenville's leading dentists. Dr. Maxwell was married June 3, 1886, to Anna (Tracy) Means, daughter of Hon. Joseph Means, a former resident of Steubenville. Dr. Maxwell is a member of the Ohio Valley dental society, the Ohio state dental society, the Odontological society of western Pennsylvania and of the American dental association, holding at present the position of secretary of the first named. Politically he is a republican. As a dentist he has shown himself to possess much skill, and in both social and professional circles he stands very high.

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