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F. A. BRAYTON DIES OF HEART ATTACK Doctor Was Authority on Den mitology Member of I. U. Medical Staff 5 5 1 1 Dr. Frank Alembert Brayton, age forty-seven, a physician to Indianapolis twenty-five years, died to- day at his home, 2605 College ave-. fc'ue, following a heart attack. ir.An authority on dermatology , and : svphology, Dr. Brayton succeeded his father, Dr. A. W. Brayton, in that field. He was the author of a ulunber'of -articles and was a member of the faculty of the Indiana tJriiversity School of Medicine's de-apartment of dermatology. He was associated with his brother. Dr. John R. Brayton. . Dr. Brayton attended Emmerich Manual Training High School, from which he was graduated in 1908,' and the Indiana University School of Medicine, being graduated : in 1912. He served his interneship at Indianapolis City Hospital. At the outset of the world war, Dr. Brayton, joined the army and served as first lieutenant; , He was a member of the Marion County Medical Society, the staffs of the City and Methodist hospitals, Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity and F. and A. M.r No. 500, Scottish Rite and Shrine. . Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Lucille Hatton Brayton; four brothers, Dr. Nelson D. Brayton, Miami, Ariz., and James H. Brayton, Alembert W. Brayton and Dr. John R. Brayton,. all, of .Indianapolis; four sisters, "Mrs. A. A. Johnson, Little York, N. J.; Miss Irma Bray-tori and Miss Elizabeth Braytcn, both of Jrdiajianclif:. r.rd Mrs. C. E. "Vheeler, Clevelr.r' C. r. m aunt. . Funeral sc. :izz 1z.;j -ioS arranged. - . ,

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 20 Sep 1937, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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