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February 15, 1913

Association News

JAMA. 1913;60(7):535. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340070045019

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Abstract

THE MINNEAPOLIS SESSION  Special Trains to the Annual Session of the American Medical AssociationThere will be as usual special trains to carry the members, their families and friends to the next annual session of the American Medical Association at Minneapolis, June 17-20. To make the trip in such company is one of the privileges associated with the meeting. These special trains—and also special cars attached to regular trains—will be sent from several points in the United States. Several will go from Chicago, as a central point, and as the main gateway from the East, the South and a large part of the central territory. It is interesting to note in this connection that some competent and widely traveled observers declare that the train-service between Chicago and Minneapolis is not surpassed in comfort and elegance by the service between any other two cities in the world. Whether or not this

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