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November 17, 1917


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JAMA. 1917;LXIX(20):1728. doi:10.1001/jama.1917.02590470068025

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To the Editor:  —I beg leave to report the following contributions which have been made for the relief of the Belgian and French civilian physicians to enable them to reestablish themselves in their looted or even destroyed offices now made accessible by the retreat of the German army. This is in addition to the sum of $920 reported in The Journal, October 13. The total, including interest on the deposits, is $1,127.28. One half of this, $563.64, I have forwarded to Dr. A. Depage at La Panne, Belgium, through the Belgian Relief Committee, 1524 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. The other half I have forwarded to M. Charles Halais, 15 boulevard de Latour-Maubourg, Paris, for the French civilian doctors, through Mrs. Sara Y. Stevenson of the French relief here, 1122 Walnut Street.I have also received instruments from the doctors named and also 5,000 disinfected fiber spoons from the Sanispoon Sales Co.,

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