DR. W. F. GRAHAM
Doctor W. F. Graham, came to Atlantic in 1880 from Louisa county and engaged in the practice of his profession. He is a member of what is known as the regular or allopathic school. He was born on the 3d of January, 1854, in Louisa county, and is the son of J. H. Graham, a native of Kentucky, and a physician, and Mary Graham, nee Brown, a native of Ohio. W. F. Graham was raised in the county of his nativity and was educated at Monmouth, Illinois, where he graduated in 1877. He then entered upon the study of medicine with his father, who had been in practice in Louisa county since 1852, and in 1878 entered Rush Medical college, graduating therefrom in 1880. After practicing a short time with his father, he came to Atlantic, as above mentioned, and where he still remains. He was married in February, 1881, in Illinois, to Miss Dora Buck. The doctor is the secretary of the Botna Valley Medical association, and a member of the State Medical association.
Contributed by Lisa Varnes-Rex from "History of Cass County, Iowa. Together With Sketches of its Towns, Villages and Townships, Educational, Civil, Military and Political History: Portraits of Prominent Persons, and Biographies of Old Settlers and Representative Citizens." Springfield, Ill.: Continental Historical Company, 1884, pg. 403-404.