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THE MINNEAPOLIS SESSION
A Preliminary Statement on Arrangements
Readers of The Journal will recall the fact that Minneapolis is to be the meeting-place and the University of Minnesota is to be the especial host of the American Medical Association in June, 1913.The audience-halls and lecture-rooms of twenty-one university buildings will be at the service of the sections. Daily lunches are to be served on the campus, so that it will be unnecessary for members to seek their downtown hotels at the noon recess.The University Armory will make an ideal place for registration offices, post-office and the Commercial Exhibits; the new medical building, now in process of equipment, will provide ample and admirable quarters for the Scientific Exhibit.The hotels of Minneapolis and St. Paul, which will be found adequate for the entertainment of the members of the Association, will be reinforced by a number of fraternity houses and,
BEARD RO. Association News. JAMA. 1912;LIX(18):1640. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270110054022
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