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With the current issue, Dr. George Elmer Shambaugh, editor of the Archives of Otolaryngology since its establishment in 1925, retires as editor in chief, to be succeeded by Dr. George M. Coates, of Philadelphia. Under the editorship of Dr. Shambaugh, the Archives has assumed a special position in the field of otolaryngologic literature. Established by the Board of Trustees primarily with the purpose of advancing the specialty of otolaryngology and of making available a periodical not in any way dependent on the advertising and promotion of products disapproved by the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry, the Archives has been concerned largely with the publication of reports of research, some of them monographic in scope, in the otolaryngologic field. As a leader in the advancement of the highest scientific ideals in his field, Dr. George Elmer Shambaugh as editor has been instrumental in defining this position. His association with the certifying
EDITOR OF THE ARCHIVES. Arch Otolaryngol. 1937;25(3):342. doi:10.1001/archotol.1937.00650010380010
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