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November 22, 1902


JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(21):1326. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480470036007

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Prof. J. M. Cattell of Garrison-on-Hudson, N. Y., who is compiling a biographical index of scientific men of the United States for the Carnegie Institution, asks in the November 7 issue of Science, for aid in that work. There are many, he says, in private life, not members of scientific societies, who have published research work of value, and he will be glad to have their names and addresses. The research work referred to must, of course, be purely scientific, but there are many medical men who have done such and the names of some of them may have escaped Professor Cattell's search. If this meets the eye of any of those who have not received his circular they will do well to inform him, giving a list or statement of their publications with their addresses so as to be duly included in the index. It will probably be ultimately

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