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REPORT ON THE SCIENTIFIC EXHIBIT
Of the American Medical Association, at New Orleans, May 5-8, 1903.By Frank B. Wynn, A.M., M.D., Chairman.The fourth Scientific Exhibit of the Association was most successfully consummated, despite obstacles which for a time threatened a favorable outcome. The remoteness of New Orleans from sources of material and a three-month period in which to accomplish the work, cast a gloom over those deeply interested in the continued success of the movement. Too much can not be said in praise of those who came nobly to the rescue at a critical time. On the roll of honor are twenty-eight persons who labored faithfully, without money and without price, for the common good of the profession and the success of the meeting. Among them are those distinguished both in the scientific and practical fields of medicine, as well as young men fired with enthusiasm for the
Association News.. JAMA. 1903;XLI(10):621-623. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490290033022