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April 6, 1901

Association News.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(14):978. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470140048014

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Preparations for the St. Paul Meeting.  —Those who desire to attend the meeting in St. Paul, need have no fear that the city will be overcrowded, or that there will not be sufficient good accommodations for all. The people of St. Paul are making extensive preparations to take care of the visitors, all will be provided for. A program of entertainment for the ladies is being arranged. St. Paul has quite a reputation as a convention city, and there is yet to be heard complaint of the management or lack of accommodation. St. Paul has a number of first-class hotels, several of which are situated in the business district, while others are on the hill in the residence portion of the city, and many of the citizens will be glad to open their houses to the city's guests. The women of St. Paul have already formed committees, made preliminary arrangements,

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