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May 28, 1927


JAMA. 1927;88(22):1716. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02680480026015

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Already the Washington Session of the American Medical Association is history—but glorious history. Never before in the history of the Association has there been such complete recognition of the outstanding leadership in medical science of the American Medical Association—a position that has been won by years of whole-hearted striving for the good of the American public. From the opening session of the House of Delegates on Monday, May 16, to the reading of the last paper in the last scientific session on Friday, May 20, the attention of the scientific world pointed toward Washington. The session was, moreover, resplendent with the official panoply available only in the Capital City of the nation.

A registered attendance of 6,273 means the coming of at least 10,000 guests into the convention city. Not one complaint was heard of the nature of the hotel accommodations; representatives of the scientific sections were enthusiastic in their

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