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The annual gathering of delegates and members of the American Medical Association was in most respects a success.
As a preliminary, the American Academy of Medicine was largely attended, and the papers valuable, and all looking to the encouragement of advanced preliminary education for the aspirant to the medical course. The usual dinner for the promotion of fellowship among the members was partaken of with gusto.
Immediately after the Academy meeting, the American Medical Editors' Association held its sessions, which were much the largest in the history of this important organization. The president, Dr. J. C. Culbertson, delivered the following address:
Members of the American Medical Editors' Association:
—We again greet each other in our annual convocation. For weeks and even months our thoughts have ever and anon pictured to us the joys and pleasures of this occasion, so that we are prepared and in a suitable frame of mind
THE MILWAUKEE MEETING. JAMA. 1893;XX(24):671–675. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.12420510021003
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