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Benjamin Rush (1746-1813) was a physician, writer, educator, humanitarian and founder of Dickinson College. He was a delegate to the Continental Congress from Pennsylvania and signed the Declaration of Independence. He served as Surgeon General in the Continental Army and is remembered for his criticism of George Washington.

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Letters of BENJAMIN RUSH, Reference Book 1951

Letters of BENJAMIN RUSH, Reference Book 1951

University of Rochester - Rush Rhees Library - Rochester, NY - Rush Rhees Library at the University of Rochester was named after the university’s third president Benjamin Rush Rhees. It still houses the original elevator from when it was dedicated in 1930. The library’s stacks are allegedly haunted by a workman who fell during construction in 1929.