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The Chairman's Address on Stomatology: A Correction.
Dr. A. H. Peck, Chairman of the Section on Stomatology of the American Medical Association, has sent us manuscripts, which are mentioned in detail below, to authenticate his claim to the authorship of his address as Chairman given before said Section on Stomatology at the Saratoga Springs' meeting of the Association, June 10, 1902, and published in The Journal, June 21, at page 1617. The doctor says that his paper was written in the early part of 1900 and delivered to the graduating class of Northwestern University Dental School in the latter part of April, 1900, and presents several affidavits in substantiation thereof. The first affidavit is by Charles N. Reese, D.D.S., of 70 State street, Chicago, Ill., and to it is attached a pencil-written manuscript and a typewritten manuscript, both of which, by comparison, we find to be practically identical with the
Association News. JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(4):209–210. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480300033014
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