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This volume includes the introductory remarks by the president, M. Stone, M.D. Historic addresses by Gurdon W. Russell, M.D., on the deceased members and those connected with the later years of the Society, by Horace S. Fuller, M.D. "Esprit de Corps," by Henry P. Stearns; The present and future of the Historical Medical Society as suggested by a study of the fundamental enactments, by Elantham Stone, M.D.
The smooth and pleasant course of the Hartford Medical Society from its foundation in 1846 to the present time made it a pleasant task for its members to meet and celebrate the occasion. No one can peruse the work without feeling that they missed a very important event by not being present. This commemorative volume is of interest to every member of the medical profession, and the biographies contained in Dr. Fuller's address add something to American medical biographies.
Some of the speeches
Fiftieth Anniversary of the Hartford Medical Society, September 15, 1846. JAMA. 1897;XXIX(23):1182. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1897.02440490048025
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