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March 30, 1895


JAMA. 1895;XXIV(13):495. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430130033011

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As will be seen by the illustrations, the intending exhibitors will have finer accommodations than at any previous meeting, and the arrangements for the exhibition of their wares leave but little to be desired. The Cyclorama Building has its main entrance directly opposite that of the Academy of Music, and every attending member will have little excuse and no reason for non-attendance on the large exhibit hall, where in these latter days, it has come to resemble a great fair where everything relating to medical pharmacy, optics, instruments, educational appliances, medical literature, sanitary goods and dietetic articles are shown by practiced hands. A good deal may be learned at the Hall of Exhibits, and the wise member will use his opportunity to good advantage, who devotes a reasonable proportion of his time to this feature of the annual gathering.

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