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June 2, 1894

Editorial Correspondence.

JAMA. 1894;XXII(22):854. doi:10.1001/jama.1894.02421010032007

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Galesburg, Ill., May 28, 11 P.M.

The Association train left Chicago via Santa Fe line promptly at 5 P.M., May 28. There were ninety persons on board bound for San Francisco, as follows:

J. A. Work and wife,Elkhart, Ind.; Dr. L. Duncan Bulkley, New York; J. B. Roberts, Philadelphia; C. C. Roberts and wife, Philadelphia; Miss Roberts, Philadelphia; Mrs. A. L. Massey, Philadelphia; Miss Massey, Philadelphia; Miss Willard, Philadelphia; Alonzo Garcelon and J. A. Donovan and wife. Lewiston, Me.; Allen Pierson and wife, Spen cer, Ind.; Mrs. C. A. Garcelon, Chicago; H. McColl, Lapeer, Mich.; Geo. Davenport, East Randolph, Vt.; C. S. Talbot, Chicago; G. W. Jenkins, wife and daughter, Kilbourn City, Wis.; John L. Crofts, Little Falls, N. Y.; Mrs. Katherine R. Evans and Miss S. E. Clark, West Brattleboro, Vt.; H. D. Holton and wire, Brattleboro, Vt.; C. F. Jenne and wife, Brattleboro, Vt.; Joseph Eastman and daughter,

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