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December 10, 1904

Association News.

JAMA. 1904;XLIII(24):1807-1809. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500240073027

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Abstract

The American Medical Association and the 1905 Fair.  The American Medical Association is going to find itself in excellent company at Portland next year, remarks the Medical Sentinel. Stimulated by the brilliant success achieved by the International Congress of Arts and Science at St. Louis, the directors of the Lewis and Clark Fair have made the broad and statesmanlike decision to arrange for a series of literary, scientific and sociologic conferences or institutes, of which the great national meetings shall form a harmonious part. For instance, the meeting of the National Association of Charities and Corrections, which is to be held here in June, 1905, will be made the center for an institute or conference on sociologic and penologic subjects. Similarly, the Association of American Libraries, whose annual meeting has just been secured for Portland, will be utilized for a series of conferences on literary topics, attended by the distinguished

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