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November 3, 1883

AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION.

JAMA. 1883;I(17):515. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390170023008

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Abstract

CONVENTION AT DETROIT, MICH., NOV. 13, 1883.

Undernoted please find list of railroads over which transportation can be obtained at reduced rates.

Be good enough to say by return mail whether you desire to use any of these roads in your journey to and from here, and the necessary certificates will be sent you at once, on presentation of which at the ticket offices transportation will be furnished at reduced rates. Passengers from any point on line of Louisville and Nashville railroad will not require certificates, but can purchase tickets to Detroit at starting point, and will be returned at one-third fare:

Flint & Pere Marquette railroad, half fare.

Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific, 1⅓ fare round trip.

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, 1⅓ fare round trip.

Detroit & Cleveland Steam Navigation Co., half fare each way.

Michigan Central & Canada Southern, 1⅓ fare round trip.

Detroit, Grand Haven &

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