Duntley, George Silas
George Silas Duntley was born June 25, 1879, at Bushnell (McDonough County), Illinois, the son of Silas Quimby Duntley and Ida Duntley. Duntley attended Bushnell High School and apprenticed to local pharmacists or druggists. He gained admittance to the Northwestern University School of Pharmacy from which he took a Graduate in Pharmacy degree in 1901. Duntley later attended the Northwestern University Medical School and received his M.D. degree from that institution in 1906. Duntley interned at Alexian Brothers Hospital at Elizabeth, New Jersey, and then took up practice as a physician and surgeon in his hometown of Bushnell and, later, Macomb, Illinois. He was a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Duntley served as an officer in World War I.
Duntley married Nola Seibert, born April 25, 1880, at Bushnell, Illinois. The couple had a son, Seibert Quimby Duntley, born October 2, 1911, at Bushnell, Illinois.
George S. Duntley died October 14, 1957, at Peoria, Illinois. He is interred at Bushnell Cemetery, Bushnell, Illinois. Nola Duntley died June 22, 1965, at San Diego, California, and also is buried at Bushnell Cemetery.
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The photographs of George S. Duntley fill 8 boxes and cover the years from approximately 1899-1918. The collection consists of dry plate negatives and record Duntley’s years in Chicago and Evanston while he was attending Northwestern University Medical School. Also included are photographs taken in Bushnell, Illinois, his home town and surrounding areas.