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February 8, 1947

HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

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Editor, Journal of the American Medical Association and Hygeia, the Health Magazine Chicago

JAMA. 1947;133(6):383-392. doi:10.1001/jama.1947.62880060001006

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Abstract

CHAPTER 14. Confusion and Strife  1890-18941890

NASHVILLE  The bound volume of The Journal for the period January to June 1890 contains a list of editorial writers; these no doubt contributed some of the scientific editorials as well as those having to do with the work of the organization.

  • S. T. Armstrong, U. S. Marine-Hospital Service.

  • Bayard Holmes, Chicago.

  • W. W. Jaggard, Chicago.

  • Robert H. Babcock, Chicago.

  • Samuel J. Jones, Chicago.

  • Henry T. Byford, Chicago.

  • Charles Lodor, Chicago.

  • Archibald Church, Chicago.

  • Franklin H. Martin, Chicago.

  • J. C. Culbertson, Cincinnati.

  • Nathan S. Davis, Chicago.

  • L. L. McArthur, Chicago.

  • Richard J. Dunglison, Philadelphia.

  • Harold N. Moyer, Chicago.

  • Wolfred Nelson, New York.

  • James M. French, Cincinnati.

  • John Shrady, New York.

  • Albert L. Gihon, medical director, U. S. Navy.

  • William L. Worcester, Little Rock, Ark.

  • Junius C. Hoag, Chicago.

  • Richard M. Wyckoff, Brooklyn.

  • John H. Hollister, Chicago.

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