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August 17, 1935

Association News

JAMA. 1935;105(7):518. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760330044018

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Abstract

BRITISH PHYSICIANS VISIT UNITED STATES EN ROUTE TO AUSTRALIA  Fifty-five British physicians, with members of their families making a group of 110, visited New York, Washington, Chicago, Albuquerque, the Grand Canyon, Los Angeles and San Francisco between August 4 and 14 on their way to the annual session of the British Medical Association in Melbourne, Australia, in September. On their arrival in New York on the S. S. Georgic, Sunday, August 4, the visitors were met by Drs. Morris Fishbein and Austin A. Hayden, Chicago, and Arthur W. Booth, Elmira, N. Y., representing the American Medical Association, and by Drs. Frederic E. Sondern, New York, and Arthur J. Bedell, Albany, president and immediate past president, respectively, of the Medical Society of the State of New York. Sunday afternoon the guests were taken by motor to Grasslands Hospital, Valhalla, N. Y., with a special police escort. Monday, August 5, was spent

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