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OKLAHOMA STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
To permit readers ofThe Journalto become better acquainted with the activities of state medical associations, articles describing them will appear from time to time in these pages.—Ed.The Oklahoma State Medical Association, now in its 61st year, resulted from the union of the Indian Territory Medical Association, established by 10 members in May, 1889, and the Oklahoma Territory Medical Association, organized by 29 physicians in May, 1893. During the joint session of those two organizations in Oklahoma City, May 7-9, 1906, it was resolved "that the plan of permanent union of the Oklahoma State Medical Association and the Indian Territory Medical Association provided for by the joint commission of the two bodies at Oklahoma City on July 12th, 1905, should now be consummated under such rules and regulations as shall be adopted by the joint bodies, and that the House of Delegates
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1954;156(9):896. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02950090092016
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