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To the Editor:
—The following letter was recently received by me in regard to the American Hospital in Paris. The writer is Mr. Charles H. Mower, who has been a prominent member of the American Colony in London for the last twenty-five years. Should any of your readers care to subscribe to this good cause, I shall be pleased to receive and forward any sums, which will be duly acknowledged if sent to me at 279 Marlboro Street, Boston, Mass.While in Paris, and particularly since the war, I became very much interested in the work of the American Hospital. The good work of the Hospital seems only to be limited by the amount of money which they are able to get subscribed for carrying it on. If they get sufficient money they will be able to increase their present capacity from 400 to 1,000 beds. I am informed by
Chase WG. Help Asked for American Hospital in Paris. JAMA. 1914;LXIII(19):1688. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570190072033
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