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To the Editor:
—With this I beg to acknowledge the subjoined subscriptions in cash and also gifts of instruments. The cash was forwarded early last January, half to Dr. Antoine Depage for the Belgians, and half to the treasurer of the Comité d'Appui des Réfugiés de Professions Libérales for the French physicians.The instruments donated in this list consisted of 180 entries, and the value is $368.85. Some of them were in sets, for example, a set of ear instruments, laryngeal instruments, postmortem instruments, and instruments for amputations. The number, therefore, is well above 200. These have been recently sent by Messrs. George P. Pilling & Son of Philadelphia, to whom my sincere thanks are due for the great care and trouble that they took in repairing, sharpening, packing, and finally forwarding the instruments to the agent of the Belgian Relief in New York. The value in money of their
Keen WW. CONTRIBUTIONS FOR BELGIAN AND FRENCH PHYSICIANS. JAMA. 1919;72(16):1179–1180. doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610160063023
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