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September 12, 1891

ORIGINAL ARTICLES. ORIGINAL INVESTIGATIONS ON THE HEATING AND VENTILATION OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS.Read in the Section of State Medicine, at the Forty-second Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, at Washington, D. C., May, 1891.

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JAMA. 1891;XVII(11):389-396. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410890001001

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Member Committee of School Hygiene of the Section of State Medicine, American Medical Association; Member American Public Health Association; British Medical Association; National Association of Railroad Surgeons; Ohio State Medical Society; President North Cenral Ohio Medical Society; Health Officer, Mansfield, 0.; Surgeon Baltimore and Ohio R. R.; Honorary Member D. Hayes Agnew Surgical Society, Phila.; Texas State Medical and State Sanitary Association, etc.

At the meeting of the American Medical Association, held at Newport, R. I., two years ago, a special committee was appointed by the Section of State Medicine on "school hygiene," consisting of Dr. D. F. Lincoln, Geneva, N. Y.; Dr. J. A. Schenck, Topeka, Kan.; Dr. Geo. H, Rohé, Baltimore, Md.; Dr. J. G. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass.; and the author.

After some correspondence, it was decided to divide the work of this committee, and as a result, I was assigned the "original investigations on the heating and

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