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Oct. 13, 1932.
To the Editor.—I have in my office a bronze plaque on a black wood easel, representing a likeness of the late Prof. Ernst Fuchs; it was presented to me by Professor Fuchs and his son; I prize it highly, not only on account of its associations, but because of its artistic merits.
The plaque measures 3 by 4½ inches, and the black stand measures 4¼ by 7¾ inches. Many ophthalmologists have admired the plaque and envied me on account of its possession.
When in Vienna last summer, I mentioned this to the younger Fuchs (Dr. A. Fuchs) and asked whether it was not possible to obtain some of the plaques for distribution among my colleagues. He said that duplicates could be obtained and would cost about $2.00 each.
It has occurred to me that I shall be doing many ophthalmologists who remember the late Prof. Ernst