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THE MINNEAPOLIS SESSION
The Scientific Exhibit for the Minneapolis Session, June 11-15, 1928, will be located in the Minneapolis Auditorium; in this building will also be housed the Registration Bureau, Technical Exhibits, and some of the sections of the Scientific Assembly.The Committee on Scientific Exhibit emphasizes that exhibits should be presented in a way that will stress their scientific value. This may be done by carefully worded explanatory placards, but particularly by personal demonstration. (The committee requires that all booths shall be in charge of a competent demonstrator.) Also, it should be remembered that the general attractiveness of the exhibit is essential; the committee will do its part by having the booths decorated appropriately and will furnish uniform signs giving the name of the exhibitor and the title of the exhibit. The total amount of space available in Minneapolis is only slightly larger than that available at
Association News. JAMA. 1927;89(23):1971. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690230055018
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