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November 29, 1884

Binding of the Journal.

JAMA. 1884;III(22):606. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390710018004

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—In answer to many inquiries we will state that any parties who may desire it, can have the volumes of their Journal bound in good strong binding suited to the size of the volume (cloth sides and leather backs), neatly lettered with title and number of volume on the back, for one dollar per volume. The binding is done by the Chicago Legal News Company. Volumes that are properly wrapped and labelled, sent to this office free of charge to us, we will take charge of, get bound and return them as soon as possible, for the accommodation of our readers. We have no arrangements for furnishing simply skeleton backs or binding, as is done by the publishers of a few journals, simply because no book-binders wish to prepare and keep a stock on hand without some assurance that the Journal will be continued in the same city more

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