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April 18, 1903

Association News.

JAMA. 1903;XL(16):1094-1095. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490160046021

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Abstract

THE NEW ORLEANS SESSION.  QUOTATIONS FROM OTHER JOURNALS CONCERNING THE PROSPECTS FOR A GOOD MEETING.The "Fort Wayne Medical Journal-Magazine" says: "The coming session of the American Medical Association should be, and we believe will be, one of the largest in the history of the organization. There are many reasons why this should be so.... New Orleans is the metropolis of the south, and contains many things of more than usual interest. The time of the session is the most pleasant of the year. To the northern contingent especially, the prospect of warm sunshine, balmy air, fragrant flowers and green leaves after a winter of more than usual vigor, accompanied by a scarcity of fuel, will be unusually pleasing. That the session is to be held in the south, the hospitality of whose people is proverbial, is a sufficient guarantee that the social features will equal, if not surpass, those

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