Tag: Bright’s disease
Today in 1886, former President Chester A. Arthur died from complications from Bright’s disease. He had not been relected for second term, and he had left office in 1884. He died in New York City, just 56 years old. Although he sported the facial hair style of the time, Arthur was an unlikely President. He [...]
Posted by Hilary on November 18, 2011, under Facial Hair Fridays.
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