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October 4, 1902

Excursion to International Medical Congress.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(14):851. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480400045013

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St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 23, 1902.

To the Editor:  —I have just made arrangements for conducting a party to Madrid to the International Medical Congress at the expense of $265.00 minimum. The trip can be made in a little over four weeks. This amount will cover all expenses, including first-class ocean passage each way, first-class railway travel, hotel accommodations for fourteen days in Spain, all transfers of baggage, several days sight seeing in Madrid, all fees for hotel service, etc., including the services of a first-class conductor and interpreter. Side trips, of course, can be taken, and the stay extended indefinitely by those who wish to remain longer in foreign countries. The trip will be a most enjoyable one at that season of the year, going and coming via Gibraltar. If you will kindly call attention to this matter in your columns, I shall be under many obligations, stating that

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