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April 1, 1911

Association News

JAMA. 1911;LVI(13):981-982. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560130045023

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Abstract

THE LOS ANGELES SESSION  Mountain and Seaside Hotel Accommodations AvailableDr. H. Bert Ellis, Chairman of the Committee on Arrangements, writes that, in addition to the hotel accommodations already announced for the Los Angeles session, those who may desire to stay either at the seashore or near the mountains will be given special rates at the Hotel Maryland at Pasadena, and the Hotel Virginia at Long Beach.The Maryland is situated in Pasadena, 9 miles from Los Angeles. It is a first-class, homelike place and special rates have been made which include transportation, both ways, via the electric lines, between Pasadena and Los Angeles. Trains run every ten minutes.The Hotel Virginia is a fire-proof, first-class, modern hotel, directly on the beach at Long Beach, and is reached from Los Angeles via the Pacific Electric Lines by trains every twenty minutes. The run takes forty minutes.Members and their families

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