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January 28, 1905

Association News.

JAMA. 1905;XLIV(4):311. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500310055021

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The Portland Session.  Dr. Kenneth J. Mackenzie, Chairman of the Committee on Arrangements, writes concerning arrangements for the session of the American Medical Association in Portland:Hotel arrangements have been placed in the hands of a committee, at the head of which is Dr. William Jones, and consisting of the following: Drs. R. C. Coffey, W. H. Skeene, C. H. Wheeler, A. E. Mackey and Mr. H. C. Bowers (by courtesy).Mr. H. C. Bowers, the manager of the Hotel Portland, has undertaken to provide accommodations for any number that will attend the session. Mr. Bowers has informed the committee that he can readily take care of 4,000 or 5,000 visitors, and those who contemplate coming are requested to communicate with him and to make contracts for their accommodations without any delay. In anticipation of the Lewis and Clark Fair, the success of which is now an assured fact, the

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