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March 14, 1891

Shall The Journal be Removed to Washington?

JAMA. 1891;XVI(11):395. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410630033020

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To the Editor:  The Journal, has the most favorable geographical and business location that could be found in the United States. The Journal has been a success from the very beginning, and has a history of which its friends may well be proud. It has appeared regularly, and its pages have always been filled with matter that deserves to be read by every progressive physician. The editorials compare well with those of any medical journal published in the East.I am satisfied that if the future location of The Journal would be left to a vote of every member of the American Medical Association as it should be, nine out of every ten votes would be cast for Chicago.If our brethren in the East wish to make The Journal what every member and the Supervising Editor wants it to be, let them contribute scientific articles for its columns,

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