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June 3, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XX(22):616-617. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420490020010

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The Executive Committee has issued a circular letter to the Auxiliary Committee a copy of which will be found on another page.

It is highly gratifying to note that President Cleveland has manifested that cordial interest which is shown, not only by his consent to open the Congress in person but to give a reception at the White House.

The success of this movement has been made possible only by the cordial coöperation of the general profession of all the Americas. The present indications are that the attendance will be very large. A number of invitations have been extended to distinguished savants of Europe to become the guests of the Congress. This will be the one conspicuous opportunity for the medical profession of America to display its hospitality. To enable the committee to carry out its purposes in this regard physicians should register at once.

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