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Re: Aufderheide family history in New Ulm, M
Posted by: Steven J. Aufderheide Date: September 26, 2000 at 04:03:02
In Reply to: Re: Aufderheide family history in New Ulm, M by Judy Fee of 33


Thank you. I look forward to hearing from them. My wife and I are literally closing on our Florida house today 9/26, and are retiring. We lived in Boca Raton, FL some years ago, so this is second time around. Haven't lived in MN since 1983, but still go back regularly to visit family (my wife is from Duluth).

One of our more interesting (and famous) relatives is Art Aufderheide, who lives in Duluth. Art is my father's first cousin. He is the head of pathology at St. Mary's Hospital in Duluth, and is one of the top MD's in the Univ medical school there. Art is the world's leading authority on tissue analysis in ancient mummies/bodies. He is the one who discovered the existence of TB in some of the Egyptian mummies. His other claim to fame is he was the MD on the first expedition to retrace Admiral Perry's route to the North Pole (he did that in 1964/65.

Again, thanks for the info.

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