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To the Editor:—
Some time ago The Journal ran an announcement of the joint program of the United States Army and the American-Korean Foundation on contributions of medical books and journals. Major Gen. George Armstrong has just written me that to date, under this program, American physicians, hospitals, and state and local medical societies have contributed 122,697 lb. of medical books and journals, which the contributors have valued at $52,750. If anything this evaluation is very low. These shipments have been made to the Alameda Medical Depot. Since that installation will be closed June 30, 1955, its function is being transferred to the newly established Medical Section, Sharpe General Depot, Tracy Annex, Lyoth, Calif., and all future shipments should be sent to that address.
Rusk HA. BOOKS FOR KOREA. JAMA. 1955;158(11):970. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02960110076020