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To the Editor:—
For the first time since I started to send magazines and books abroad I find myself with more material on hand than I have requests. There was some difficulty in delivery during a part of last year, and I lost some of my correspondents. I would be glad to hear from physicians abroad who are more or less isolated who do not have access to The Journal. These constitute the larger portion of the magazines saved for me to send abroad. I have no regular stock and have nothing for sale, and, as it is an unendowed and personal affair, I am somewhat limited. However, I will answer all letters sent me and particularly ask that that courtesy be returned.
Castle CH. MAGAZINES AND BOOKS FOR ABROAD. JAMA. 1955;157(12):1043. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02950290063021
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