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March 12, 1910


JAMA. 1910;LIV(11):880. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550370050008

The members of the American Medical Association all over the country are receiving from one H. L. Harris, "publicist," 100 William Street, New York City, typewritten copies of matter attacking the editor of The Journal. It is probably unnecessary to remind our readers that Harris, who sometimes signs himself as H. H. Langdon, "food expert," has been previously shown up in The Journal as the press agent for the Pacific Coast Borax Company, 100 William Street, New York City. The motives will be fully appreciated if the previous articles dealing with this gentleman's activities are read, and, for the benefit of those who have not kept the back copies of The Journal, reprints have been made and will be sent on request.1

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