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Washington, D. C., Aug. 26, 1904.
To Members of the Medical Profession:
—The organizers of the International Congress of Arts and Science, to be held at the Universal Exposition, St. Louis, Sept. 19 to 25, 1904, desire to invite the, special attention of your profession to the unexampled opportunity which it offers to meet and hear a great number of eminent men of learning. It is expected that more than three hundred eminent scholars of Europe and America will deliver discourses in the various departments and sections of the congress, and that several hundred shorter communications will be made by those present. Among the foreign members of the profession who have accepted invitations to speak are Profs. Brunton, Semon, Ross, Celli, Orth, Liebreich, Allbutt, Kitasato and Escherich. Dr. William Osler is chairman of the department.It is the desire of the directors of the fair and of all concerned in
Newcomb S, Butler NM. International Congress of Arts and Science. JAMA. 1904;XLIII(10):684. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500100042014
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