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February 2, 1918

CONTRIBUTIONS FOR BELGIAN AND FRENCH PHYSICIANS

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1729 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

JAMA. 1918;70(5):338. doi:10.1001/jama.1918.02600050060021

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To the Editor:  —It is with great pleasure that I acknowledge additional contributions by medical and nonmedical donors of money and instruments for the rehabilitation of the civilian doctors of Belgium and France so they can gradually go back to their desolate and looted homes when the Germans (thank heaven) have been driven out.I feel that it is especially proper to note the gifts of several nonmedical friends whose sympathies have been so generously expressed.Dr. Solomon Hyman of San Franciso took the trouble to reprint the appeal which I had published in The Journal, and appended an appeal of his own and sent the document to the profession in San Francisco. Dr. Hyman also collected a large number of instruments from the profession in San Francisco. These were generously packed by Percy J. Myer & Co., the instrument makers in San Francisco. The large case was forwarded to

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