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Letter, June 27, 1904

Letter to Lawrence F. Flick from Henry Barton Jacobs, Narragansett Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island, USA. Invitation to a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis in Boston.

Jacobs, Henry Barton, 1858-1939

Letter, July 4, 1904

Letter to Lawrence F. Flick from Henry Barton Jacobs, Narragansett Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island, USA. At a recent meeting of the Executive Committee of the Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, Osler, Knopf, Biggs, Bowditch, and Flick were named by the President of the Association, Trudeau, as representatives for the United States for the International Central Bureau of Tuberculosis.

Jacobs, Henry Barton, 1858-1939

Letter, July 15, 1904

Letter to Lawrence F. Flick from Henry Barton Jacobs, Narragansett Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island, USA. Jacobs writes of matters relating to the Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, namely membership and hiring an executive officer.

Jacobs, Henry Barton, 1858-1939

Letter, July 2, 1904

Letter to Lawrence F. Flick from Henry Barton Jacobs, Newport, Rhode Island, USA. At a recent meeting of the Executive Committee of the Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, Flick, Biggs and Bowditch were appointed members of the Committee of Admission of Members to the Society.

Jacobs, Henry Barton, 1858-1939

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Letter, March 25, 1904

Letter to Sigmund Adolphus Knopf from Lawrence F. Flick, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Arrangements for the upcoming meeting of the Tuberculosis Committee in Philadelphia.

Flick, Lawrence F. (Lawrence Francis), 1856-1938

Letter, March 28, 1904

Letter to Lawrence F. Flick from William Henry Welch, 935, St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Welch will have to miss Flick's luncheon and will also be late for the meeting of the Tuberculosis Committee in Philadelphia. He is not convinced that they will be able to come to a unanimous conclusion at the conference, but he will be ready to follow the prevailing sentiment. He does not support the idea of forming yet another national society for Tuberculosis.

Welch, William Henry, 1850-1934

Letter, April 1, 1904

Letter to William Osler from Lawrence F. Flick, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Flick is confident that Osler will be satisfied with the results of the recent meeting of the Tuberculosis Committee when the United States Society for the Study of Tuberculosis is fully organized. Flick is worried about raising the necessary funds to sustain a new Journal of Tuberculosis.

Flick, Lawrence F. (Lawrence Francis), 1856-1938

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