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December 13, 1902

Association News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(24):1539-1540. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480500045021

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New Orleans in May.  There has been expressed a fear that the climate of New Orleans in May is liable to be too warm for comfort. We are assured, however, that there need be no fear on this account, for May is one of the pleasantest months in the year there. Considering that the Association meeting will be held in the first week of May, it is not at all likely that the heat will be oppressive. Touching on this matter the current number of the New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal says:

MAY IN NEW ORLEANS.  "The blushing spring bears witness to the tranquil season, when the iris flecks the fallow fields in tones of gray and brown and blue, and where the dogwood beckons in the swampland and clovers whiten roadsides with their fragrant bloom. The magnolia blossoms to the tune of twittering birds, while roses and the

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