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June 1995

Third International Congress of Dermatology

Arch Dermatol. 1995;131(6):651. doi:10.1001/archderm.1995.01690180025004
Abstract

To be held in London, August 4th to 8th, inclusive, 1896.

REGULATIONS. 

  1. All duly qualified medical men, British or foreign, or others interested in science invited by the council, who shall have paid the fee of one pound sterling,* and who shall have enrolled themselves, shall be members of the congress and entitled to the volume of Transactions.

J Cutan Genito-Urin Dis.June 1895;13:266-267.First, the good news: In 1895 £1 sterling equaled $5; in 1995 it takes only $1.50 to buy £1 British.Next, the not-so-good news: Although 100 years ago $1 was worth 4 German marks, in 1995 $1 is only worth 1.5 deutsche marks. Still, in 1895 $1 was worth only 5 Italian lire, and nowadays $1 will get you more than 1600 lire!Now, the bad news: $1 in 1895 would be worth 18 cents today.

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