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September 9, 1899

THE ASSOCIATION BUTTON.

JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(11):676-677. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450630052017

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Abstract

After considerable delay, the Association button is now ready. It is in every way attractive, handsome, and above all, appropriate, and for the reason that a large number were ordered at one time, can be sold at the low price of one dollar. It is hoped that every member of the Association will place one of these adornments on the lapel of his coat before the snow flies, and to assist in bringing about this much desired result, an offer is made in our advertising columns. We refer those who are anxious to help build up the Association to the offer there made. It will not be inappropriate to quote from the report regarding this button, made to the Association at Denver a year ago by Dr. Richard French Stone. Dr. Stone obtained letters patent for the leading features of the design, which patent he has turned over to the

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