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To the Editor:
—I beg to acknowledge further contributions of money for the aid of the civilian physicians in Belgium and France as they may be able to return to their devastated homes; and also of instruments which will be of great use to them, for they will have absolutely nothing left. The Germans have stolen it all. The door is still open for others to help.
Miss Louise Herring, Philadelphia, a fine medicine case nearly 100 years old; Dr. McDonald Watkins, Natchez, Miss.; Dr. E. F. Meschter, Olean, N. Y.; Dr. Edgar F. Kiser, Indianapolis; Dr. F. B. Fuller, Pawtucket, R. I.; Dr. A. C. Jordan, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Dr. Harold B. Wood, Charleston, W. Va.; Dr. B. G. R. Williams, Paris, Ill.; Dr. W. A. Rowell, Trinity Center, Calif.In addition to this Messers Charles Lentz & Sons not only have put in order and carefully packed
Keen WW. CONTRIBUTIONS FOR BELGIAN AND FRENCH PHYSICIANS. JAMA. 1918;70(12):873. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1918.02600120053028
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