IT IS with a deep sense of loss that we record the passing of Philip Van Ingen on March 28, 1953. The children of America are in his debt for the great contributions to their welfare which he made in his lifetime.
After a boyhood in New York, he attended Hill School at Pottstown, Pa., and after graduation there went on to Yale University to receive an A.B. degree in 1897. He received his M.D. degree from the College of Physicians and Surgons, Columbia University, in 1901.
- Copyright © 1953 by the American Academy of Pediatrics