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September 22, 1951


JAMA. 1951;147(4):328. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670210040013

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Those who are planning to attend this year's Clinical Session of the American Medical Association in December have a bonus awaiting them: a holiday in sunny California, away from winter's slush and snow, and an opportunity to enjoy the scenic beauty and unsurpassed recreational facilities of Los Angeles. The superlatives applied to this city by its Chamber of Commerce are not without foundation. Located in the center of picturesque Los Angeles County, the city is within easy reach of colorful orange groves, snow-capped mountain peaks, and coastal beaches. Served by seven scheduled airlines and three transcontinental railroads, it is readily accessible to visitors from all parts of the country. Its 1,271 hotels have accommodations for every taste and purse, and its numerous specialty restaurants, with their international cuisine, cater to the tastes of the most discriminating gourmet. Entertainment is available in variety and abundance. Los Angeles has been called the

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