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January 24, 1920

Association News

JAMA. 1920;74(4):254. doi:10.1001/jama.1920.02620040038015

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New Orleans and the American Medical Association  The New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, in its current issue, contains an editorial on the coming annual session of the American Medical Association, to be held in New Orleans, April 26 to 30. It says:"Many remember New Orleans at the time of the 1903 meeting. The glamor of a Latin city, rough jeweled by modern civilization, set apart among the traditions of a people, still mourning its chapters of sad experiences of most a century and hard to rouse. The spirit of hospitality still alive, and ready to welcome, found a Crescent City full of kindness to those who traveled far to see and sense the Old Metropolis of the South."Our streets were none too clean; our hotels old fashioned and limited in number; our water supply of uninviting, muddy purity; our sewage still undisposed of

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