"Ms." or "Ms"?

Subject: "Ms." or "Ms"?
From: "Vollbach, Elizabeth" <evollbach -at- CCLINK -dot- LOGICON -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 1994 12:00:06 PST

This may seem like a petty argument, I know, but, please, can someone
settle it? My coworker (Kevin the Antagonist) says it's "Ms." and so
does Webster's, which Kevin says is proof enough. But could Webster's
be wrong? I think it's "Ms" because, I think, "Ms" isn't an
abbreviation like "Mrs." Is there proof other than Webster's?

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