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The Directory of the physicians of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut is a good illustration of what a state society can do to benefit its members and the profession, without depending upon commercial enterprise outside of its ranks. This directory bears evidence of being gotten up with the idea of giving all the information possible, so that it may be valuable to its possessor, rather than to make it a profitable commercial enterprise. The first page of the directory, on which is commenced a Street List of Physicians of Manhattan and Bronx, indicates this. It may not be often that one desires to know what physicians live on a certain street, but sometimes this information is decidedly important. The street index is given for all the large cities and boroughs. Following the street list is a list of physicians of Manhattan and Bronx, arranged alphabetically. Besides the address, there
The Medical Directory of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.. JAMA. 1900;XXXV(11):702. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460370044016