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May 31, 1947

CENTENNIAL SESSION

JAMA. 1947;134(5):456-457. doi:10.1001/jama.1947.02880220040011

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Abstract

As The Journal goes to press with this Centennial Number, arrangements have been completed for the largest and most comprehensive session of the American Medical Association ever held. Over 10,000 physicians have already indicated their intention to be present. Rooms have been assigned to all of those who have applied. The Local Committee on Arrangements in Atlantic City, headed by Dr. David B. Allman, announces that additional rooms are available in excellent hotels in the suburbs of Atlantic City. Regular bus service will be provided without charge from these hotels to the Boardwalk. Any one who wishes to attend the annual session should not hesitate to come because of lack of suitable accommodations. The hotel committee, under Dr. Robert A. Bradley, 16 Central Pier, Atlantic City, N. J., will do everything possible to secure satisfactory accommodations for any Fellow of the American Medical Association who wishes to participate in this

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