[Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky and Irving Graef - January 1940] Page: 3 of 4
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TELEPHONE: BRYANT 9-2102
NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR RESETTLEMENT OF FOREIGN PHYSICIANS
165 WEST 46TH STREET
NEW YORK, N. Y.
DR. DAVID L. EDSALL, BOSTON
DR. LEWELLYS BARKER, BALTIMORE
DR. HENRY C. BARKHORN, NEWARK
DR. ERNST P. BOAS, NEW YORK
DR. JOSEPH A. CAPPS, CHICAGO
DR. STANLEY COBB, BOSTON
DR. ALFRED E. COHN, NEW YORK
DR. LEWIS A. CONNER, NEW YORK
DR. MAX DANZIS, NEWARK
DR. JACOB FINE, BOSTON
DR. JOHN M. T. FINNEY, BALTIMORE
DR. N. CHANDLER FOOT, NEW YORK
DR. ALICE HAMILTON, HADLYME
DR. SAMUEL C. HARVEY, NEW HAVEN
DR. A. BAIRD HASTINGS, BOSTON
DR. JULIUS HESS, CHICAGO
DR. WILLIAM H. HOWELL, BALTIMORE
DR. HARRISON MARTLAND, NEWARK
DR. ROLLO K. PACKARD, CHICAGO
DR. EDWARDS A. PARK, BALTIMORE
DR. JOHN P. PETERS, NEW HAVEN
DR. WM. F. PETERSON, CHICAGO
DR. D. B. PHEMISTER, CHICAGO
DR. JOSEPH PRATT, BOSTON
DR. EDWARD W. SPRAGUE, NEWARK
DR. J. BENTLEY SQUIER, NEW YORK
DR. M. C. WINTERNITZ, NEW HAVEN
DR. DEAN A. CLARK,
NATIONAL REFUGEE SERVICE, INC.
IN COOPERATION WITH:
THE AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR
CHRISTIAN GERMAN REFUGEES
THE COMMITTEE FOR CATHOLIC
REFUGEES FROM GERMANY
e university of texas
School of medicinee
i;t, of Pathological Chemistry
- V. ..O.., Texas
Owing to Dr. Dean Clark's illness, I am tak-
in y care of his correspondence until his return some-
time in February. I note that he received a letter
from you on December 18th regarding the advisability of
an invitation froim Dr. Cobb or Dr. Edsall to Dr. March -
man to form the Texas Committee. I find that he has not
ackliowledgedthis letter, although he wrote to Dr. Cobb
and I knoW that Dr. Cobb in turn wrote to Dr. iarchman.
-e also awked Dr. Cobb to drop you a note regarding this.
i:Lasuch CO.:; .e tC.re eager to ret 1 :any c.t- tee
c.....Lt- ormed as os bible, I am writing to promote
the ehfo:t n o 1fin ui if rhre i eny t'in ore to
situation in Texas Witi reference to the present status
of refugee physicians. Have there been any recent exam-
inations and are refugees being admitted under any con-
Thanking you for your courtesy- in these mat-
Irvzing Graef/ ..
Please address reply to New York Unive it, College of .. .: ~ie
477 First avenue
New York, N. Y.
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Bodansky, Meyer, 1896-1941 & Graef, Irving. [Correspondence between Meyer Bodansky and Irving Graef - January 1940], letter, Date Unknown; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth229013/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Moody Medical Library, UT.