New Haven, Conn. (Jan. 15)
Funeral services were held this afternoon for Dr. Albert Goldstein Nadler, prominent dermatologist and clinical professor of dermatology in the Yale University School of Medicine, who died at his home here yesterday. Interment was in the Adler mausoleum at the Mishkan Israel Cemetery, Westville.
Dr. Nadler, who was sixty-two years old, was born in this city, He had practiced medicine here and in New York for forty years, retiring from active practice two years ago due to ill health.
He was president of the Nishkan Israel Congregation from 1930 to 1932. He also held various other offices in the synagogue.
A graduate of Yale College and Yale Medical School, Dr. Nadler was a pioneer in the application of the Roentgen ray to medical and surgical problems. He was a member of various medical societies, and in 1920 served as president of the Yale University Medical Alumni Association.
In 1919 he married Mrs. Miriam Adler Weil, who survives him, as do two sisters, the Misses Rachel and Dora Nadler.