Harold J. LaTulip, M. D. - One of the outstanding members of the medical profession in Oswego County is Dr.
LaTulip, who has offices at 58 West Bridge Street, Oswego. He was born here, May 20, 1898, the son of J. N. and
Theresa (Yeager) LaTulip.
J. N. LaTulip, a well known and highly esteemed citizen of Oswego, is a native of Canada. He was born at Quebec
and in early life came to the United States and settled in Oswego, where he has followed his trade as a pattern
maker. He has spent many years in the employ of the Ames Iron Works. Politically Mr. LaTulip is a Republican. He
has been a member of the commission on charities for 20 years. He and his family are members of St. Peter's Catholic
Church, and he belongs to the Knights of Columbus, Elks Lodge and Eagles Lodge.
Harold J. LaTulip attended the parochial schools of Oswego and is a graduate of Oswego High School. He was graduated
from the Medical School of Syracuse University in 1924, served as interne for one year at St. Vincent's Hospital,
Staten Island, N. Y., and in 1926 located in Oswego. He is a member of the staff of Oswego Hospital and is identified
with the Oswego Academy of Medicine, Oswego County, New York State and American Medical Associations.
Dr. LaTulip was married May 7, 1928, at Syracuse, to Miss Mary Shannon, of Oswego. She is a graduate nurse, having
been connected with the Oswego Hospital before her marriage. Doctor and Mrs. LaTulip have two children: 1 Mary
Diane, born Sept. 11, 1929. 2. Harold Shannon, born March 14, 1931.
Dr. LaTulip holds membership in the Fortnightly Club, Oswego Yacht Club, Elks Lodge, Lambda Chi Alpha and Alpha
Kappa Kappa fraternities, and American Legion.
The North Country
A History, Embracing
Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Oswego, Lewis
and Franklin Counties, New York.
By: Harry F. Landon
Historical Publishing Company
Indianopolis, Indiana 1932
Oswego County, NY
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