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June 24, 1933


JAMA. 1933;100(25):2012. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740250034011

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The annual session of the American Medical Association just held in Milwaukee aroused most favorable comment because of the exceeding smoothness of organization by the local committee in the handling of the convention affairs. Event succeeded event exactly on schedule without apparent extraordinary activity and to the immense satisfaction of every one who participated. Moreover, the hospitality of local physicians seemed to reach every convention visitor.

If the majority of visitors were asked to name the most striking feature of the convention they no doubt would choose the Scientific Exhibit. By a felicitous arrangement, the individual exhibits were for the most part correlated with the papers read in the various sections, except for special exhibits by various departments of the Association and others particularly planned by the Committee on Scientific Exhibit. Because of the practical and timely character of the exhibits shown, many of the exhibit spaces were crowded with

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