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November 30, 1889

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JAMA. 1889;XIII(22):782. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02401180024007

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Abstract

Hygiene and Physical Culture at Gettysburg.  —The parents of the late Dr. Charles H. Graff have donated the sum of $25,000 to the Pennsylvania Hospital, Gettysburg, for the purpose of endowing a professorship of hygiene and physical culture in that institution.

Southern Gynecological Association.  — The Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association closed its annual session in Nashville, Tenn., on the 14th inst. The next meeting will be held in Atlanta, Ga. Dr. George J. Engelmann, of St. Louis, was elected president; Dr. B. E. Hadra, of Galveston, Texas, first vice-president; Dr. Duncan Eve, of Nashville, Tenn., second vice-president; Dr. W. E. B. Davis, of Birmingham, Ala., secretary, and Dr. Hardin P. Cochrane, of Birmingham, Ala., treasurer.The Central Texas Medical Association will meet in Waco, Tuesday, January 14, 1890, for which meeting the following programme has been appointed: "Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis," by Dr. J. C. J. King; "Pneumonia," by Dr. C.

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