Named as a brother of Max Gassmann, he served as a junior doctor in WWI.
A Fritz Gassmann, with medical training gained in Breslau and Paris followed by a career in radiology in Germany and, since 1923, in Worland, Wyoming, was considered for a post at the Israelitischen Kranken-Verpflegungs-Anstalt und Beerdigungs-Gesellschaft in Breslau in 1926. In the end, he remained in Worland until 1928.
Correspondence indicates that he styled himself "Frederick J Gassmann" in America and that he had a brother, also a doctor, in Liegnitz.
cbj.jhi.pl - Max Gassmann's death announcement listing his wife, children and siblings;
cbj.jhi.pl pages 1 to 43 - correspondence between Fritz Gassmann and the Israelitischen Kranken-Verpflegungs-Anstalt und Beerdigungs-Gesellschaft in Breslau;
historicworland.com - events from Worland's history including Fred Gassmann's relocations and planned departure.
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