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The American X-Ray Journal, monthly, by the X-Ray Publishing Company, was founded in 1895 by Heber Robarts, M.D., M.E., member of the Roentgen Society of London. The purpose is to foster the application of the new science, and for the physical improvement of man. It is the only journal in the world devoted to the science of X-radiance, all other publications, the official quarterly magazine of the Roentgen Society excepted, being of irregular issue.
(From the Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri edited by Howard L. Conard, 1901).