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August 5, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XXI(6):209. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420580031008

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The Brooklyn Medical Journal, July, states that a very important meeting has recently been held in Brooklyn, the outcome of which may be expected to be the erection of a building wholly devoted to the interests of the medical profession. Dr. C. N. Hoagland, the liberal founder of the beautiful laboratory existing at that place, has agreed to give largely to this project if the physicians of his city can be unified and brought in under the same roof. He stands ready to give not less than $50,000, if the like sum can be raised from other sources by the profession. A sub-committee of the meeting above referred to has in charge the duty of presenting the project before the various medical societies, about a dozen in number, which will need to take up the subject favorably before the philanthropic donor can move further in the matter.

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