Monday, December 28, 2015

The New York College of Veterinary Surgeons


East 26th Street in 1924
(Picture--the low building on the right is the former site of the Veterinary College)

NYU's veterinary school was founded in 1857 as the New York College of Veterinary Surgeons. In 1899 it merged with the American Veterinary College to become the New-York American Veterinary College within the NYU School of Medicine.

In 1913, it became a state institution but remained under the auspices of NYU. The school was discontinued in 1922 due to lack of funds.

Learn about veterinary medicine during the Civil War era at


Used to build very beautiful educational institutions. In fact, in the post-soviet countries, educational institutions built a hundred years ago still stand and still serve as premises for educational institutions. Therefore, in many forums about educational institutions in post-soviet countries, you can see reviews that the main disadvantage of the educational institution is that restoration is constantly taking place in the room and it is endless. While on the forums of foreign universities you can often see such that the teachers are very strict and do not allow the use of services 🖌 that help to do homework. And for many students this is a critical and only minus of foreign universities.

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