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Twenty-Third Annual Meeting, held in Chicago, Feb. 26, 1913
The President, Dr. Egbert Le Fevre, New York City, in the Chair
The following officers were elected: president, E. P. Lyon, Ph.D., St. Louis University; vice-president, F. F. Wesbrook, M.D., University of Minnesota; secretary-treasurer, Fred C. Zapffe, M.D., 3431 Lexington Street, Chicago; members executive council, C. M. Jackson, M.D., University of Missouri, and F. C. Waite, Ph.D., Western Reserve University.Dr. William J. Means was appointed delegate to the Conference on Medical Education of the American Medical Association, and Dr. Fred C. Zapffe was appointed delegate to the Federation of State Medical Boards.The committees on medical education and pedagogics were combined, the membership consisting of Drs. Isador Dyer, Tulane University, chairman; W. P. Harlow, University of Colorado; J, R. Guthrie, University of lowa; W. C. Borden, George Washington University, and K. C. Babcock, U. S. Bureau of Education,
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN MEDICAL COLLEGES. JAMA. 1913;60(11):858–859. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340110064043
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