Published for the New York Medico-Historical Society. Dr. William T. White, editor.
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This is the well-known "Green book," as it is familiarly called in New York; so called from the color of its cloth binding, which has been retained for about thirty years. It contains over three hundred closely printed pages, giving information primarily about medical men and institutions. It also touches lightly on other sub-heads of organized work that is contributory to medicine, such as nursing, pharmacy, publishers, etc. The New York City lists contain 2,435 names, an increase of one hundred names in the year. The editor states that in addition to these, who are accounted "regular," there are 870 who sail under one name or another, and nearly one hundred are known as advertisers. The New York State list has 8,394 names, an increase of about 250, as compared with last year.
The editor earnestly calls the attention of the profession to the growing numbers of people who resort
The Medical Register of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. 1892-3. JAMA. 1892;XIX(4):117. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420040029012
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