May 7, 1892


JAMA. 1892;XVIII(19):594. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411230024011

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The local profession of Detroit are in harmony, and, as one man, united in their determination to make the ensuing meeting one grand success; in fact, that is already assured. The city itself is one of the most beautiful on the continent, and the first week in June is just about the best time in the whole year to see it to advantage. There will be neither sultry heat, nor blizzard cold, while the hospitality of the people is not second to those of any other city.

The accommodations are excellent, the hall and rooms for Sections are adjacent, while the hotels are all within convenient distance.

The Section officers report that the program cannot be improved, and that it will fairly reflect the progress of our art during the year that is past.

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