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August 7, 1909

CHANGES IN STREET NUMBERS IN CHICAGO

JAMA. 1909;LIII(6):463-464. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550060039008

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Abstract

Commencing September 1, all mail for the American Medical Association should be addressed to 535 Dear-born Avenue. This is in conformity to a new system of street numbering adopted by the city of Chicago. The use of the new numbers is compulsory, and physicians throughout the United States who have occasion to write to Chicago physicians are hereby notified so that they may secure the new addresses. Until the new numbers are ascertained, however, it will be well to prefix the words, "Old No."

All Chicago physicians are asked to send us their new addresses at once in order that The Journal may be correctly delivered and also that the new addresses may be used in the American Medical Directory. For convenience a blank is given on advertising page 40 of this issue. It will be a favor if Chicago readers will fill this out and send it in immediately.

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