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Champaign County, Illinois

Biography of C. D. Gulick

SOURCE: "History of Champaign County, Illinois," by J. O. Cunningham, 1905


DR. C. D. GULICK, physician and surgeon, No. 108 Race Street, Urbana, Ill., was born in Champaign City, November 27,1876, a son of Jesse R. and Louisa Lusetta (EVERITT) GULICK, natives respectively of Ohio and Kentucky, both now being residents of Champaign. The father is a retired attorney and is well and favorably known in Eastern Illinois. He has acceptably held public offices and has for many years been an active member of the Champaign County Bar. At this writing he is sixty-four years old and his wife fifty-six.

Dr. Gulick is one of seven children, of whom five are living. He was educated in the country public schools, the high school of Champaign and the University of Illinois, where he received the degree of B.S. in 1897. He later studied medicine in a doctor's office for one year, then taught one year, following which he attended a medical college for three years, being graduated in 1902 from the College of Physicians and surgeons, in Chicago, which is the department of medicine of the University of Illinois. From February to September, 1902, he served as Assistant Surgeon in the hospital at Wauwatosa, Wis. On November 17, 1902, Dr. Gulick commenced to practice regularly in Urbana, and has succeeded in his profession beyond his expectations. He is the examining physician for the Knights of the Maccabees, and is a Director of the American Friendly Society, of Champaign County. He is a member of the Champaign County Medical Society, of the State Medical Society, and the American Medical Association. Socially he is a Mason and affiliated with the Blue Lodge, Urbana.

Dr. Gulick was married June 24, 1903, to Grace J. ALWARD, a native of Canton, Ill., and a daughter of Benjamin and Eliza (HOLCOMB) ALWARD. The father is deceased, but the mother is an honored resident of Canton, Ill. In religion Dr. and Mrs. Gulick are members of the Baptist Church.

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