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May 17, 1919

Association News

JAMA. 1919;72(20):1469. doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610200041022

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Abstract

THE VICTORY MEETING  Subcommittee on Hotels of the Local Committee on Arrangements Assures Ample Hotel AccommodationsThe chairman of the subcommittee on hotels for the Atlantic City session reports that at the present time the St. Charles, Haddon Hall, Chalfonte, Traymore, Brighton, Marlborough-Blenheim, Dennis, Shelburne and Chelsea are booked to their capacity for the week of the Victory Meeting—the annual session of the American Medical Association. The managements of these hotels have informed the committee that they will make reservations at a later date provided they are in position to do so. The other beach front hotels (The Journal, May 10, 1919, page 1410) are still in position to make reservations.This announcement does not mean that there will be difficulty in caring for all who attend the Victory Meeting. Atlantic City is a city of hotels, and the large number of excellently equipped hotels on the side avenues

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