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June 9, 1923


JAMA. 1923;80(23):1706. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02640500048023

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Laying the Corner Stone of the "University City"  The corner stone of the "University City" was laid, May 9, in the presence of M. Léon Bérard, minister of public instruction; M. Paul Strauss, minister of public health; Prof. Paul Appell, rector of the University of Paris; the deans of all the faculties of the University of Paris; Dr. de Lobinière-Harwood, dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Montreal; Dr. Rousseau, dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Quebec, and many university professors. The men and the women students were represented by the respective presidents of the general associations. A student, M. Kauck, read an account of the origin of the University City, which had been engrossed on parchment and which was afterward enclosed in the corner stone of the edifice, together with a number of coins of this year's mintage, to perpetuate the memory of the establishment.This is the

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