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June 4, 1887


JAMA. 1887;VIII(23):627. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391480011003

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We again remind the members of the Profession who may be in the city during the meeting of the American Medical Association next week, that the business office is at No. 65 Randolph street, corner of State, in which they will find a clerk at all hours ready to wait upon them. Also, that The Journal printing office is at No. 68 Wabash avenue, only one square from the Central Music Hall, in which the Association will meet, where the extra volumes of the Transactions, published prior to 1883, are to be found and are for sale. Mr. White, in charge of that office, will be prepared to give any information concerning them that may be desired.

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