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April 27, 1901

The Clipping-File for Classifying and Filing Newspaper Clippings, References to Books and Magazines, etc. Also a System of Classification, Consisting of Common Subjects and a Classified List of Topics.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(17):1195-1196. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470170041030

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Abstract

The clipping-file consists of a case containing some ten envelopes with classification as to subjects, which are printed on the outsides. For a limited number of clippings it may be found of some value. It is not, of course, necessary to follow the classification on the outside of the envelope, but this may be of convenience to some. Another edition is issued without this classification and may be adapted to anvone's ideas and uses.

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