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November 10, 1900


JAMA. 1900;XXXV(19):1217-1218. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460450033004

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The memorable dinner on November 3, at which a loving-cup was presented to Dr. Christian Fenger, was a remarkable and highly interesting event, on a par with the recent ceremonies attending the presentation of testimonial volumes to Dr. A. Jacobi, of New York, and Dr. William H. Welch, of Baltimore. Christian Fenger occupies that same exalted position as these men in the hearts and in the opinion of students, colleagues and the medical profession at large. Former assistants, hospital internes and students of Dr. Fenger for some time felt a desire to bring him some definite token of the high appreciation in which they hold him and his work as a surgeon and a teacher; the idea was taken up officially by the Chicago Medical Society and successfully carried out on a much larger scale than originally contemplated by his most intimate associates. It speaks volumes for the solidarity of

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