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It is a privilege and a pleasure to write this New Year letter to you. One's affection for one's favorite journals is apt to be a one-way relationship, and it is warming to feel that you might have a reciprocal interest in the ophthalmological doings on this side of the Atlantic.Our ophthalmic news for 1964 has not been especially dramatic, but quite a lot seems to have happened in a routine-ish way. Congresses come and go; at any rate they keep coming (thanks to the potentiating blend of enthusiasm and expense accounts). Our Ophthalmological Society of the United Kingdom, for the second time since the war, held its annual meeting in Dublin with a serene and proper disrespect for tedious political divisions! After all, we publish the Irish Ophthalmological Society meetings every year in our United Kingdom Transactions and have an Irish president, hence the meeting was
Trevor-Roper P. London Letter. Arch Ophthalmol. 1965;73(1):151–152. doi:10.1001/archopht.1965.00970030153038
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