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April 20, 1957


JAMA. 1957;163(16):1487-1491. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02970510053014

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The coming Annual Meeting on June 3-7 will be the seventh time the American Medical Association has met in New York City in the 110 years of its existence, the last meeting having been held there only four years ago. Since that meeting the New York Coliseum, specifically designed for meetings and conventions, has been completed.

The Coliseum  The Coliseum is located on Columbus Circle in the center of the city, at the point from which all distances to and from New York are measured. Dozens of hotels are within a few blocks of the Coliseum and five major hotels can be reached by subway from this building without going out of doors. The Coliseum is five minutes from Times Square, seven minutes from the Pennsylvania Station, and nine minutes from Grand Central. In this building will be held some of the scientific and all of the commercial exhibits, colored

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