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At the meeting of this organization on the evening of June 4, the members were invited to partake of a sumptuous banquet at the Detroit Club by Mr. Geo. S. Davis. The occasion was a most happy one, and will be long remembered by those of our guild who wield the pens that tell not of their own labors, but of the achievements of those who spend their days and nights in devising ways and means for alleviating pain and the healing of the diseases of their fellow men.
The menu was choice, the music charming, and the responses to toasts were veritable feasts of reason and flow of soul.
This organization of Medical Editors is a most valuable adjunct to the American Medical Association, as it is through it a true or false sentiment or impression is given in regard to any and all professional work.
Their coming together
MEDICAL EDITORS' ASSOCIATION. JAMA. 1892;XVIII(26):819. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411300023007
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