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An old and valued member of the Association, whose opinion is greatly esteemed by the editor, was emphatic in his statement that the Journal of last week was the finest number ever produced by the office. The constant effort is that every number shall be better than its predecessors, and sometimes we think we have fairly succeeded. But what our friend most commended was the plate in three colors printed in the Journal office. He has a set of the Journal of the American Medical Association from the beginning, bound in uniform binding, and he said further that he was additionally proud of the Journal now, because he as member of the Association is part owner of the great American medical weekly and its plant.
He should, he said, take an additional interest in the Association, and could see what had for years been foretold, had now come to pass,
THE JOURNAL ITSELF. JAMA. 1895;XXV(4):165–166. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430300037009
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