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—Soon after the adjournment of the Nashville meeting of the Association, the chairman of the Committee of Exhibitors, William J. Evans, Esq., of New York, informed the undersigned of the unanimous vote of the exhibitors to contribute whatever balance there might be over all expenditures to the Rush Monument Fund, and accordingly Dr. J. Berrien Lindsley, of Nashville, who, by appointment of the local Committee of Arrangements, was charged with the entire management of the exhibits, has paid to Dr. DeWitt C. Patterson, of Washington, the Treasurer of the Rush Monument Committee, the sum of three hundred dollars as the contribution of the exhibitors to that Fund.
The Rush Monument Committee desires to make this public acknowledgement of the generous action of the exhibitors at the Nashville meeting of the Association, and to express the hope that their splendid example may induce others to do likewise.
Albert L. Gihon,
The Rush Monument. JAMA. 1892;XVIII(22):688–689. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411260030015
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