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THE PORTLAND SESSION.
Contracts Closed for the Main Auditorium and Rooms for All Sections Arranged Near.The following announcements are made in the Medical Sentinel concerning the Portland session of the American Medical Association:
MEETING PLACES ARRANGED.
Contracts have now been made for a large auditorium and galleries for exhibitors in the Portland Exposition building; the central auditorium for the General Meetings will easily seat 3,000 people and has good acoustic properties. This is situated on three different car lines and has two others within two or three blocks. It is also in the center of the main school and academy district of the city, so that rooms for all the sections have been obtained within a radius of not to exceed six blocks from the central building.This will provide abundant and comfortable accommodations for both the General Meetings and the different sections during their meetings in Portland. The
Association News. JAMA. 1905;XLIV(8):646–647. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500350056026
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