Pueblo County, Colorado

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ARTHUR NEALE CARROLL, D. V. M. Graduated from the Colorado Agricultural College, Dr. Arthur Neale Carroll is actively and successfully devoting his attention to the practice of veterinary surgery in Pueblo. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, on the 26th of October, 1891, and is therefore only in his twenty-eighth year but has already made a position in professional circles that many an older representative of the profession might well envy. He is a son of Walter D. and Helen Elizabeth (Neale) Carroll, both of whom are still living. The family came to Colorado in 1892, settling at Antonito, where the father engaged in the real estate and insurance business under the name of the Carroll Realty Company. He is still active in the business there and has won a good clientage. Dr. Carroll was only a year old at the time of the removal of the family to Colorado. so that he has spent practically his entire life in this state. In the acquirement of his education he attended the public and high schools and also pursued preparatory work in a private college. He afterward entered the Colorado Agricultural College and was graduated from the veterinary department with the class of 1912. He then located for the practice of his profession in Pueblo and has since continued active in his chosen life work, winning a good practice as the years go by. He keeps in touch with the latest scientific researches and discoveries of the profession and his ability is widely acknowledged. He is also filling the office of meat and milk inspector for the city of Pueblo. which came to him through a civil service appointment. Dr. Carroll was married at Colorado Springs on the 6th of June, 1916, to Miss Mattie Walker and they have one child, Robert Arthur. In his political views Dr. Carroll is a democrat' yet considers rather the capability of the candidate than his party affiliation, never hesitating to cast an independent ballot if his judgment dictates this to be the wiser course. He is interested in various public movements for the general good and cooperates heartily in plans for the general welfare. He is a member of Alpha Psi, a Greek letter fraternity, and of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks. He is also a member of the Commerce Club of Pueblo, while along the strict path of his profession he is identified with the Colorado Veterinary Association and the American Veterinary Association, thus keeping in touch with the advanced work of the profession. History Of Colorado Illustrated Volume III Chicago The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company 1918

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