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Parrish, Joseph (11 November 1818–15 January 1891), physician, philanthropist, and pioneering advocate of the medical treatment of alcoholism, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Joseph Parrish, Sr., a prominent Quaker physician, and Susanna Cox. Educated at the Friends’ schools in Philadelphia and by private tutors, Parrish subsequently earned his M.D. at the University of Pennsylvania in 1844. Following graduation, he established himself in private practice in Burlington, New Jersey. There, in 1848, he founded and edited the ...