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December 8, 1951


Edward H. Cary; National Physicians Committee FOR E.M.S.; William F. Braasch
Author Affiliations

Dallas, Chairman

Secretary Rochester, Minn.

JAMA. 1951;147(15):1470. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670320070030

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Elmer L. Henderson, M.D.

Office of the President

American Medical Education Foundation

535 North Dearborn Street

Chicago, Illinois

Dear Dr. Henderson:

The members of the Board of Trustees of N.P.C., meeting in Atlantic City on June 10th—all members present, voted to place at the disposal of the American Medical Education Foundation the residue of funds in the treasury of the National Physicians Committee. This residue was to result from the payment of all obligations and certain other commitments made by the Board. After all payments were made there was a balance of $11,222.94. A check in this amount is attached.

During the later years of the operation of N.P.C. you were thoroughly familiar with its aims, purposes and its operation. Without detracting in any way from subsequent actions we think it can be safely said that the continuous aggressive and unremitting efforts of the N.P.C., over a period of nearly

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