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ADAMO, Frank Scozzary, M.D.

Transcribed from:  The History of Florida:  Past & Present, The Lewis Publishing Co., 1923.

ADAMO, FRANK SCOZZARY, M.D. A native of Tampa, now well established in his work as a physician
and surgeon, Doctor ADAMO is one of the best equipped young men in the profession and is a
popular citizen as well.

He was born at Tampa, January 20, 1892. He was educated in the local public schools, and
as a boy learned the cigar maker's trade. He followed this trade for about nine years, and
he was employed at cigar making at night while attending medical college. Doctor ADAMO
completed his professional education in Chicago, where he graduated from the medical department
of Loyola University in 1918. He also had one year of training in the Frances Willard Hospital,
and he was engaged in private practice for about eight months in Chicago. With this thorough
experience and training he returned to Tampa in 1919, and his offices are at 2207 Seventh
Avenue. He is vice president of the Hillsborough County and a member of the Florida State
Medical associations, is a Fellow of the American Medical Association, and is a member of
the Elks Club, Rocky Point Golf Club, and a member of the surgical staff of Gordon Keller
Memorial Hospital.

In 1919 Doctor ADAMO married EUPHEMIA HUTCHINSON STEVENSON, a native of Scotland. They have
Transcribed from: The History of Florida: Past & Present, The Lewis Publishing Co., 1923.

ADAMO, FRANK SCOZZARY, M.D. A native of Tampa, now well established in his work as a physician
and surgeon, Doctor ADAMO is one of the best equipped young men in the profession and is a
popular citizen as well.

He was born at Tampa, January 20, 1892. He was educated in the local public schools, and
as a boy learned the cigar maker's trade. He followed this trade for about nine years, and
he was employed at cigar making at night while attending medical college. Doctor ADAMO
completed his professional education in Chicago, where he graduated from the medical department
of Loyola University in 1918. He also had one year of training in the Frances Willard Hospital,
and he was engaged in private practice for about eight months in Chicago. With this thorough
experience and training he returned to Tampa in 1919, and his offices are at 2207 Seventh
Avenue. He is vice president of the Hillsborough County and a member of the Florida State
Medical associations, is a Fellow of the American Medical Association, and is a member of
the Elks Club, Rocky Point Golf Club, and a member of the surgical staff of Gordon Keller
Memorial Hospital.

In 1919 Doctor ADAMO married EUPHEMIA HUTCHINSON STEVENSON, a native of Scotland. They have
two daughters, MARY and VIVIAN.
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