ARNOLD, CALVIN M., M. D., pharmacist, was born in Dillsburg, York county, Pa., October 11, 1843, son of Micah and Mary (Miller) Arnold, both natives of Pennsylvania. He was reared in his native town and educated in the public schools and Millersville Normal School. He was then for four years a teacher in the public schools of York and Lancaster counties, and in 1864 began reading medicine with his brother, Dr George B. Arnold. After attending the Hahnemann Medical College at Philadelphia one term he entered the Homeopathic Medical College of New York in the fall of 1866, from which he was graduated the ensuing spring, and at once began the practice of medicine at Gettysburg, in which he was engaged one year, and then removed to Lebanon, where he practiced eighteen months. In 1879 he came to Harrisburg and entered upon a general practice, in connection with which, since 1882, he has conduc’ed a drug business. Dr. Arnold was married at Lancaster city, Pa., December 25, 1874, to Miss Annie B. Nophsker, daughter of Henry and Ellen Nophsker, of Bainbridge, Lancaster county, to whom has been born one daughter, Gertrude G. The Doctor is a member of Pilgrim Commandery, No 83, Knights of St. John and Malta; is a Prohibitionist in politics and attends the Fffth Street M. E. church.
Historical Review of Dauphin County
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Date of Transcription 31 Dec 2000
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