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To the Editor:—
The publication of a volume of selected letters of Fielding H. Garrison is being considered. It is felt that such a volume will not only be welcome to the many friends of Garrison but will constitute a real contribution to American literature. It will present to a larger public a brilliant writer who so far has been known only to a limited group consisting mostly of medical men.Mr. F. L. Tietsch, who was an intimate friend of Garrison, will edit the volume. Mr. Henry Mencken and I are to contribute forewords.I wish to invite all the many correspondents of Garrison to send their letters to the Institute of the History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1900 East Monument Street, Baltimore. The letters will be copied in the institute and the originals will be returned to their owners without delay. The copies will be preserved in
Sigerist HE. LETTERS OF FIELDING H. GARRISON. JAMA. 1937;109(22):1834. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780480066027