This biography appears on pages 744-745 in "History of Dakota Territory" by George W. Kingsbury, Vol. IV (1915)
Dr. Philip S. McIntyre has gained a large practice in the town of
Bradley and in the rural district of which it is the center and is proving successful in his treatment of disease. He was born in
Litchfield, Minnesota, on the 15th of July, 1884, a son of Peter and Catherine
(Klass) McIntyre, natives of Scotland and Germany, respectively, who in young manhood and young womanhood emigrated to
this country and located in Minnesota. There they met and were married and took up their abode in the city of Litchfield, where the father was
for years engaged in the real-estate business. He was a republican in politics and a prominent factor in his party in his section. He
represented his district in the Minnesota state legislature and was one of the foremost citizens of Litchfield. He died in 1901, when sixty-five years of age. His widow survives and still makes her home in
Dr. McIntyre spent his boyhood and early youth in his native town
and was graduated from the Litchfield high school, after which he entered the academic department of the University of Minnesota at
Minneapolis. Subsequently he began the study of medicine, and in 1905 entered the medical department of the University of Minnesota, from
which he was graduated with the class of 1909. Feeling in need of more practical knowledge of pathological conditions of various kinds, he
served as an interne in the Asbury Hospital in Minneapolis and later in the City and County Hospital in St. Paul. In June, 1910, he removed to
Bradley, South Dakota, where he has since resided. In the intervening five years he has built up one of the largest practices of any
practitioner in the country districts of the state. He is also vice president of the board of health of Clark county and county physician,
and in his official connection does much for the cause of public hygiene and in the prevention of disease. Although his medical course
in college was thorough and his experience as an interne added much to
his equipment as a physician he has never considered his medical education complete and is constantly studying along professional lines.
He is a member of the Watertown District Medical Society, the South Dakota State Medical Society and the American Medical Association.
Dr. McIntyre was married on the 17th of June, 1914, to Miss
Marguerite Fogarty, of St. Paul, Minnesota. He is independent in his political views and takes the interest of a good citizen in public
affairs. He holds membership in the Phi Rho Sigma, a medical fraternity, and in Bradley Lodge, No. 216, I. O. O. F. He also belongs
to the Watertown Country Club. He is not only highly esteemed as a professional man, but has many warm personal friends.