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To the Editor:—
Physicians, those interested in investigative work in particular, have devised a penny postcard system by which they save themselves time and money in securing reprints of articles. It would be no more difficult for these efficient penny postcards to be written so that the name and address of the person requesting the reprint appear on the lower portion of the card so that this section of the card could be detached and pasted on the envelope in which the reprint is sent. This would not only save time for the author who does not have a secretary but would facilitate the delivery of the reprint because the correct name and address would be on the envelope. The author should use a good grade of glue when affixing the detached section of the card onto the envelope.
Keitel HG. REQUESTS FOR REPRINTS. JAMA. 1950;144(13):1110. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920130062026
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