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September 7, 1895


JAMA. 1895;XXV(10):421-422. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430360035007

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The meeting of the Mississippi Valley Medical Association at Detroit was characterized by unusual harmony and the papers presented were above the average. Professor Pepper's Address in Medicine which we shall have the pleasure of presenting to our readers in full next week, was a masterly eulogium of Daniel Drake, and a faithful portrayal of the marvelous changes that have taken place in the great Interior Valley since the time of Drake.

The popular author, the grandeur of the theme, the audience comprising the descendants of those hardy pioneers who have made the valley what it is to-day, and the historic city in which the meeting was held all conspired to make it an occasion long to be remembered in the civic annals of Detroit and the whole valley.

The other addresses were excellent, notably the address of President Wishard and the address of Professor McGraw which we publish in

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