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October 19, 1918

CONTRIBUTIONS FOR BELGIAN AND FRENCH PHYSICIANS

Author Affiliations

Philadelphia. Major, M. C., U. S. Army

JAMA. 1918;71(16):1336. doi:10.1001/jama.1918.02600420078025

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To the Editor:  —I beg to acknowledge through your columns the following contributions in cash to aid the civilian physicians of Belgium and France when they again return to their looted offices. The prospect now is that they will soon be able to do so. Meantime the money that I have forwarded to Professor Depage in LaPanne and the Comité d'appui des réfugiés de professions libérales through the Belgian and French Relief Associations of this city are accumulating in bank ready to be used whenever it is possible to do so.Including the prior contributions, the sum total that I have been able to forward is $2,624.88, and the estimated value of the instruments that have been forwarded amounts to $4,360.I wish particularly to acknowledge the very generous contributions of Dr. Gifford and his partners in Omaha. They have contributed $1,000 of the entire amount. Dr. C. T. Faries

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