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May 31, 1890

THE FORTY-FIRST ANNUAL MEETING.

JAMA. 1890;XIV(22):795. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410220023003

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Abstract

The suburbs of Nashville are proverbial for their beauty, and the city itself throbs with the impulses of a vigorous life. The sanitary conditions are so perfected that it hardly has a rival in the matter of health. It is claimed, indeed, that mortuary statistics are of little value here for the reason that they are so meagre. We are in Nashville at the hour of its most beautiful adornment. Foliage and flowers of exquisite beauty meet us at every hand. The proverbial hospitality of its people has never been overstated, and it seems never to wane.

There is a large attendance at the annual meeting. Many Sections not hitherto specially interested are largely represented. This is well! for once that interest awakened, permanent relationship with the Association is very sure to follow. It is to be hoped that the physicians not only of Tennessee but of the adjacent States

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