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November 11, 1939


JAMA. 1939;113(20):1829. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800450051023

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To the Editor:—  Mrs. Cushing has requested me to prepare a biography of her husband, and I should be most grateful to any one who wishes to make letters, anecdotes or other memorabilia available.Copies of all letters, no matter how brief, are desired, and if dates are omitted it is hoped that, when possible, these may be supplied (e. g., from the postmark). If original letters or other documents are submitted, they will be copied and returned promptly.A new medical library building is being erected at Yale University School of Medicine to receive Dr. Cushing's library and collections, including his letters, diaries and manuscripts. Any of his friends who wish, now or later, to present correspondence, photographs or other memorabilia for permanent preservation among the Cushing papers will receive the appreciative thanks of the university.

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