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The FERVOR, thrill, and hopes for outstanding performance, tempered by experience, that accompany the appointment of a new Editor-in-Chief of a major medical periodical returned a few weeks ago. This was directly related to the knowledge, effective this issue, of the consummation of planning that has extended over many months for new leadership for the Archives. This statement is made with the realization that we bid adieu to the former Editor-in-Chief, a medical scholar of world renown and with the blessing of Carleton B. Chapman, who served as Editor-in-Chief-Elect in the intervening months. During this time and for almost one year business has been conducted by Corresponding Editor Samuel Vaisrub at the old stand, ie, 535 N Dearborn St.
When Bill Bean submitted his resignation to the Board of Trustees in the summer of 1966, forced by a series of circumstances principally lack of time to do a job that
Talbott JH. Morton David Bogdonoff, MD: Chief Editor Archives of Internal Medicine. Arch Intern Med. 1967;120(3):259–260. doi:10.1001/archinte.1967.00300030001001
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