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To the Editor:
—Several months ago a notice was placed in the American Journal of Ophthalmology and in the Archives stating that ophthalmologists abroad would welcome the wartime issues of the American journals which were not otherwise being saved. As a result sets of journals have been sent to Europe, China and the Philippines, and grateful acknowledgments have, in most instances, been received. The expenses of shipment have been borne in some cases by the senders at their request and in other cases by a fund set up for this purpose through the generosity of Mrs. Elizabeth Proctor.We should appreciate hearing from any others who may wish to dispose of their wartime issues, and, as the requests come in, we shall pass them on to the prospective donors together with instructions regarding the shipments. All correspondence should be addressed to Miss Jeannette Loessl, Howe Library of Ophthalmology, 243 Charles
Cogan DG. REQUESTS FOR COPIES OF WARTIME ISSUES OF AMERICAN JOURNALS FOR OPHTHALMOLOGISTS ABROAD. Arch Ophthalmol. 1946;36(5):620–621. doi:10.1001/archopht.1946.00890210630008
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