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June 7, 1890

MEDICAL EDUCATION AND MEDICAL COLLEGES.

JAMA. 1890;XIV(23):829-830. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410230021004

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Abstract

In response to the circulars sent out by the medical colleges of Baltimore, inviting a convention of delegates from all the medical colleges in this country, delegates representing fifty-five such colleges assembled in the Senate Chamber of the State House, Nashville, Tenn., and were called to order at 3 P.M., May 21, 1890. Prof. Friedenwald for President and Prof. Winslow Anderson for Secretary, were made temporary officers. The Secretary having completed the list of delegates present, a committee of five was appointed to report on permanent organization. This committee after a brief consultation recommended a permanent organization to be called " The National Association of Medical Colleges," and nominated the following officers: For President, N. S. Davis, Chicago; First Vice-President, Aaron Friedenwald, Baltimore; Second Vice-President, H. D. Didama, Syracuse, N. Y.; Third Vice-President, T. Menees, Nashville, Tenn.; Fourth Vice-President, Samuel Logan, New Orleans; Fifth Vice-President, W. H. Pancoast, Philadelphia; Sixth Vice-President,

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