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February 20, 1954


JAMA. 1954;154(8):682-685. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02940420044018

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A. M. A. HAWAIIAN TOUR  Many physicians and their wives who plan to attend the American Medical Association's annual convention in San Francisco, June 21-25, also plan to take part in the A. M. A. 13-day Hawaiian Holiday Tour, leaving San Francisco by air on the night of Friday, June 25, and returning on the S. S. Lurline, sailing on July 3, and arriving in Los Angeles on July 8. All reservations are being handled by William M. Moloney, General Agent, Room 711, 105 West Adams Street, Chicago (3). Since the Hawaii Medical Association is planning both a scientific and a social program for the visiting physicians and their wives, we have asked Dr. A. S. Hartwell, who has been a delegate from Hawaii to the American Medical Association, to write his impressions of the coming tour. Herewith, he describes what the party from the mainland can expect when it

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