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April 6, 1895


JAMA. 1895;XXIV(14):526. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430140022013

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The Baltimore Meeting.  EXCURSION TO GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD AND PEN MAR.In compliance with a widely-expressed desire on the part of members of the Association to visit the historic battle ground of Gettysburg, the Committee on Transportation has arranged for a special excursion train to that place on the fourth day of the meeting of the Association. The Western Maryland Railroad will furnish a fast express train for this excursion at the rate of $1 per passenger, provided 150 persons desire to take the trip. Notice should be given at the registration office on the first day of the session.George H. Rohe, Assistant Secretary.

American Medical Association—Section on Dermatology and Syphilography.  —Address of the Chairman, Alfred E. Regensburger, San Francisco, Cal." The Human Epitrichium and its Relations to some Congenital Skin Diseases," (also specimens) by A. H. Ohmann-Dumesnil, St. Louis, Mo.Exhibition of Protozoa in three cases of Skin Disease,

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