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May 28, 1892

The American Medical Association.

JAMA. 1892;XVIII(22):684. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411260026007

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Abstract

—Detroit, Mich., has been selected as the place of meeting of The American Medical Association this year, and the time is Tuesday, June 6, as the opening day. Detroit is a beautiful city of about 150,000 inhabitants, situated on Lake Erie. It will be particularly attractive for a meeting place at that season, because it is freed from the relaxing and depressing influences of summer heat by the magnificent and bracing breezes from the lake. This city is a little more centrally located than the place of meeting last year—Washington—and for the reasons given, if for no others, there should be a larger attendance.

The American Medical Association is growing in numbers and strength each year, as it deserves to do. It is the National Medical Association of the United States, and for that reason alone every physician should take a personal pride in its prosperity. True, it has some

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