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The Jenner Centennial Committee.
Committee appointed under the resolution to the effect that the American Medical Association should take proper notice of the coming Centennial of Jenner's discovery of vaccination, and to report a practical scheme which shall bring the century of vaccination in America under review, and in such study secure the expression and cooperation of the medical profession in every part of the country, old and new, as to its great beneficence, and report such recommendations as to scope and method to accomplish the purposed end in view:Dr. J. M. Toner, Washington, D. C., Chairman.Dr. C. H. Franklin, Union Springs, Ala.Dr. P. O. Hooper, Little Rock, Ark.Dr. G. G. Tyrrell, Sacramento, Cal.Dr. P. V. Carlin, Denver, Colo.Dr. C. A. Lindsley, New Haven, Conn.Dr. F. P. Kenyon, Fargo, Dak.Dr. W. B. Reynolds, Wilmington, Del.Dr. J. P. Wall, Tampa, Fla.Dr.
Dr. J. M. Toner, Washington, D. C., Chairman.
Dr. C. H. Franklin, Union Springs, Ala.
Dr. P. O. Hooper, Little Rock, Ark.
Dr. G. G. Tyrrell, Sacramento, Cal.
Dr. P. V. Carlin, Denver, Colo.
Dr. C. A. Lindsley, New Haven, Conn.
Dr. F. P. Kenyon, Fargo, Dak.
Dr. W. B. Reynolds, Wilmington, Del.
Dr. J. P. Wall, Tampa, Fla.
ASSOCIATION NEWS. JAMA. 1890;XV(1):39–40. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410270055013
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