#onthisday in 1938, The Saratogian reported: DOCTOR INGHAM, VICTORY MILLS, IN CALLAHAN OFFICE Dr. E, J. Callahan, 495 Broadway, today announced that Dr. Donald W Ingham now is associated with him in the practice of Internal medicine. Dr. Ingham was born In Victory Mills May 81, 1807, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ingham. He received his preliminary education in Victory Mills and Schuylervllle and was graduated from Villanova College with B.S. degree in 1929 and from Temple University with an M D. degree In 1933. Following this he had a one year general internship in the Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pa., and was chief resident physician in the same place until April, 1935, when he was awarded a Fellowship in Internal Medicine in the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. After completing the requirements there, he received a master of science degree in medicine from the University of Minnesota. Dr. Ingham recently was elected an associate member in the American College of Physicians. Dr. Ingham married Maebelle Cassel of Lancaster, Pa., in 1937 and they will reside at 495 Broadway.