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Paris, March 23, 1900.
To the Editor:
Pasteur said, "Science has no country, but the man of science must have one, and it is to her he should bring all the influence his works might have in the world." That was Nov. 14, 1888, in his address at the inauguration of the Institute which was to bear his name. And to-day the wishes of the grand scientist and patriot have been fulfilled, the Pasteur Institute is the Mecca, to whose laboratories of research students and savants from all parts of the globe come to work, and at whose shrine, the tomb of Pasteur, the world pays homage.The Pasteur Institute is composed of two large stone and brick buildings, style of Louis XIII, connected by a perpendicular axis building, situated in the center of well-kept grounds of almost eleven thousand square meters, at 25 Rue Dutot. The present institution was
Newborn AD. The Pasteur Institute. JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(16):1015–1017. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1900.02460160057018
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