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Hotel Committees in Boston.
Dr. D. D. Scannell, secretary, writes: "The headquarters of the committee on hotels and transportation will be located in a special booth at Mechanics Building. There will be here a sufficient list of suitable accommodations for those who have deferred making arrangements until the last moment. There will be a sufficient clerical force to minimize delay so far as possible. There will also be a reasonable number of messenger boys whose duty it will be to help our visitors in locating their rooms. In addition to all this, there will be at each of the four railroad stations representatives from a subcommittee who will help in the distribution of information, and for those who desire it, help to secure accommodations by telephoning to the Mechanics Building headquarters. While it is desirable, of course, that all who can should go to the Mechanics Building office, still we
Association News. JAMA. 1906;XLVI(21):1630–1631. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510480058015
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