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Letter from R. L. Sanders, M.D., Sanders Clinic, Memphis, Tennessee, to Fred W. Rankin, M.D., congratulating him on his election as President-Elect of the American Medical Association, 1941

Part of Fred W. Rankin, M.D. Scrapbooks

SANDERS CLINIC I-C$ANDEF*5 MEDICINE R. L. SANDERS PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS BUILDING R.W. LEONARD SURGERY MEDICINE J.E.WATSON,JR. 899 MADISON AVENUE J.H.I-IERRING SURGERY . ROENTGENOLOGY M. =. KENDRICK MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE MISS SIMMIE LINDER DENTAL SURGERY LABORATORY MISS JEWELLE FINK MISS LOUISE SUTHEZRLAND ANESTHESIA 2, susmzss MANAGEMENT . =i _ Dr. Fred W. Rankin 271 W. Short Street Lexington, Kentucky I . Dear Fred: CONGRATULATIONS! I was away from home during the meeting of the American Medical Association and could not attend. It was my intention upon my return a few days ago to write you this word of_congratulation, but have deferred it because I knew you would be receiving a large quantity of fan mail, and thought perhaps it would be better to scatter it over a period of days and weeks. Such a great honor, as you have just received, comes to but few men, but I am sure most of them work hard for it and deserve all _ they get; such is the case with you. Your untirin; efforts and valuable contributions to medical science have gained for you the place and the honor that has so recently come to you. I rejoice with you. Use me for anything that may be helpful during your administration. with every good wish, I am I Sincerel%;yours, RLS:BL