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The Charles R. Drew Papers

Letter from the American Medical Association to Charles R. Drew pdf (48,799 Bytes) transcript of pdf
Letter from the American Medical Association to Charles R. Drew
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1947-02-05 (February 5, 1947)
Lull, George F.
American Medical Association
Drew, Charles R.
Original Repository: Howard University. Moorland-Spingarn Research Center. Charles R. Drew Papers
Reproduced with permission of the American Medical Association.
Copyright 1947. All Rights Reserved. American Medical Association.
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"My Chief Interest Was and Is Surgery"--Howard University, 1941-1950
Metadata Record Letter from Charles R. Drew to the American Medical Association (January 31, 1947) pdf (32,815 Bytes) transcript of pdf
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February 5, 1947
Dear Doctor Drew:
I received your letter of January 31, together with copies of the letters sent to Doctor Fishbein.
The only way that this matter can be brought up in the House of Delegates is for a delegate to introduce it. I realize that this question is a troublesome one and I do not have the answer. It is entirely controlled by county and state associations. As you know the American Medical Association cannot dictate any policies to such organizations as we are organized as a federacy of constituent associations, so that even if a resolution was passed by the House of Delegates the state and local societies could still refuse to comply with it. It will have to be decided at each county and state level.
Sincerely yours,
George F. Lull
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