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February 13, 1904

Association News.

JAMA. 1904;XLII(7):481-482. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490520071024

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Abstract

THE ATLANTIC CITY SESSION.  Arrangements Being Perfected—Committees are Active.Dr. Philip Marvel, secretary of the Committee of Arrangements for the next annual session of the American Medical Association, to be held at Atlantic City, N. J., June 7-10, 1904, reports that the arrangements are assuming good form with the prospect of completeness, except in the smaller details, at a comparatively early date. The hotel bookings are already very active, and the hotel committee urges those who are desirous of first-class quarters to arrange for them without delay. The list of houses in The Journal last week contains only the few selected as headquarters for the sections. For the members who have no particular reason for selecting accommodations at any one of these hotels, there are a hundred or more of other hotels at which good accommodations may be had. Dr. Marvel will be glad to furnish any further information desired

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