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New York, Oct. 1,1895.
To the Editor:
—In perusing the Journal for August 10,I find an account of a visit to the Pasteur Institute of Paris, by Dr. Casey A. Wood, in which he writes, on page 250, as follows:" By the way, Chicago is the only Pasteur station except, I believe, Havana and New Orleans, marked on the large map of America at the Institute. I could not discover why New York, with Gibier's station had been omitted."Will you allow me to remark in answer to this note that when the map above mentioned was made, there was no station either in Chicago or New York, but at the Pasteur Institute it had been said that a station was going to be started in Chicago. For some reason or other, no institution was started at the time in Chicago, but a special mark was made on the map
Gibier P. New York Pasteur Institute. JAMA. 1895;XXV(15):639. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430410039016
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