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—We wish to call the attention of all our readers to the letter signed by Drs. S. D. Gross, Austin Flint and O. W. Holmes, on page 3, and to the resolutions on page 4, of the first number of this Journal. These documents relate to the importance of having proper provision made for the permanent preservation and support of the Army Medical Museum and Library at Washington, by Congress. To secure this end, it is important that members of Congress should be correctly informed concerning the value of these collections, their national interest, and the great importance primarily to the education of the whole profession, and secondarily to the interests of all classes of the people. And now, during the short space of time intervening before the assembling of the next Congress, is the time for members of the Association, and of the profession generally, to see, or communicate
The Army Medical Museum and Library.. JAMA. 1883;I(16):489. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390160025004