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"Julian had contracted tuberculosis in his hip bones in 1897 at the tender age of four. During the four years he was being treated at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, he developed spinal meningitis, which also affected his mental abilities. Although he learned to read and write, and went to school until his fifteenth year, he was never to hold a job and lived dependent on his mother. He died in 1952 at the age of 59."
↑ Beaton, Joyce. When Lightning Strikes: The Life of Evelyn M. Kennedy 1890 to 1985. 1st ed. Mississauga, ON: Joyce Beaton Enterprises, 1989. pg 23. Print.
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