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Wright Post (1766-1828) was a New York City physician and surgeon from North Hempstead, Long Island. He studied under John Hunter and John Sheldon in London and became a professor of surgery and anatomy at King's College, later Columbia University. For 36 years, Post worked at the New York Hospital as a surgeon and as the consulting surgeon. He was also an active officer in the New York County Medical Society, and from 1820 to 1826 the president of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Post was married to Mary Bayley.
- Keep, Austin Baxter. History of the New York Society Library, pp. 260, 262, 319
- King, Marion. Books and People: Five Decades of New York's Oldest Library, pp.
- Monaghan, Frank. This was New York, the Nation's Capital in 1789, pp.
|Date Out||Text||Vol||Size||Date In||Rep||Fines||Page|
|12/06/1790||G. Anne Bellamy||1||12/17/1790||304|
|08/05/1791||Death of Cain||10/12/1791||4/6d||304|