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May 8, 1897


JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(19):892-895. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440190030004

The Philadelphia Meeting of the American Medical Association.  It may interest the members of the Association to know of the very great interest which is being taken in the coming meeting by physicians in all portions of the United States. Every mail brings to me a large number of letters in which the writers promise to be present at the meeting and express great enthusiasm as to the possibilities which it offers to themselves and to the Association itself. Already we have been informed of three special trains from various portions of the West which will bring a large number of delegates to the hospitable doors of Philadelphia, and arrangements are already so far completed that the Association might meet here within a week and find everything in readiness for its complete entertainment both scientifically and socially.You have already received from the hands of Dr. Martin, the Chairman of