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To the Editor:
—Just before sailing for Europe Dr. J. H. Musser, president of the American committee, received this communication from the general secretary of the Congress at Budapest:Budapest, Hungary.
My Very Dear Sir:
—Perhaps it might be unknown to you that there is in our town a statue to George Washington. It has been raised by our countrymen in the United States, a sign of gratitude to the country where they are enabled to derive their livelihood now.The statue to George Washington is situated in a nice part of our town park, a place visited by every tourist. It might possibly be the case that your countrymen would like to visit the statue in a body and in a solemn way.Should it be so, you would greatly oblige us by communicating us the decision of your countrymen, in order to make it possible for us to
Fassett. CW. International Medical Congress. JAMA. 1909;LIII(5):394–395. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550050060012
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