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The Fourth International Congress on School Hygiene held at Buffalo, Aug. 25 to 30, 1913, was admittedly one of the most successful of international conferences on this subject. The Transactions fill five large volumes and contain a large amount of valuable material that will be utilized by all those interested in any aspect of the school hygiene field. Specific mention of the many valuable papers presented is impossible on account of their great number. The five volumes form a mine of valuable material that will justify the careful study of all those interested in school hygiene. The program includes practically every phase of school hygiene, so that the teacher, the physician, the school inspector, the local health officer and the school superintendent can all find much material of interest. Paradoxical as it may seem, perhaps the most pertinent criticism that can be made on the Transactions is that they are
Transactions of the Fourth International Congress on School Hygiene.. JAMA. 1915;LXIV(22):1869. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02570480065033