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April 22, 1905

Association News

JAMA. 1905;XLIV(16):1297-1300. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02500430061020

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Abstract

ROUTES TO THE PORTLAND MEETING.  Sketch of the Western Country and the Various Routes By Which to See Its Beauties.All railroads will lead to Portland, Ore., for the coming session of the American Medical Association, on account of the Lewis and Clark Exposition that opens there June 1; and, therefore, a choice of routes will be available such as is not often possible, with side-trips and stop-over privileges practically according to each traveler's inclinations.For the purposes of this article, we may class the various routes to Portland as direct and indirect, the former being all those on which the short-line rate will prevail, the indirect those which will carry the traveler a round-about route but at an additional railway fare. The latter, for example, permit the passenger for Portland to travel through California either going or returning, the other part of the trip to be by one of

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