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July 14, 1883


JAMA. 1883;I(1):29. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390010039004

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—It is understood that nearly all the editors and publishers of medical periodicals in this country have been sending a copy of their respective publications to the Library of the American Medical Association, in the Smithsonian Institute at Washington, in exchange for the annual volume of Transactions. We earnestly desire that they should continue to send an exchange copy directly to the Library, and so many as are willing to furnish a duplicate copy, will bestow a special favor by sending it to the office of the publication of the Journal, 65 Randolph street, Chicago, Illinois. The principal reason for desiring a copy of all exchange journals continued at the Library in Washington, is, that they will there be readily accessible to Dr. Wm. Lee, of that city, who has charge of the department of this journal relating to medical progress.

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