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Philadelphia, June 4, 1895.
To the Editor:
—Your explanation of the inability to send the Journal to the new members does me great injustice. As I wrote you, not any of the credentials nor papers of the Registration Committee have yet reached me. All were sent directly to Dr. Newman, our Treasurer. Had I had the list or my own private index, made especially to prevent this, I would have had my share done at once. For this reason, I ask you to do me the justice to announce in the Journal the fact that all the papers were sent at once to Chicago. I am getting letters on this subject constantly, and it is important that I should be set right before the profession. Please do me this favor at once.Yours very truly,
Atkinson WB. A Card from Secretary Atkinson. JAMA. 1895;XXIV(24):946. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430240036012
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