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June 24, 1893


JAMA. 1893;XX(25):697-699. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.02420520019003

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A pleasurable memory of that occasion will be the thought of the completeness of the work accomplished by the committee of arrangements. The hall for the general sessions was commodious and conveniently accessible, while the sections were all well provided for either in the same building or close by. The hotels were full, and yet there seemed to be a room provided for every one.

Dr. U. O. B. Wingate and associates deserve a full measure of commendation, while Governor Peck was a whole reception committee by himself, always present at the right place at the right time.

Wisconsin physicians should be very proud of their governor, and we would that the physicians of all the States could say they had a State executive his equal in culture and breadth of mind.

The social receptions and entertainments were elegant, sumptuous and hospitable. Families which are blessed with royal homes, deferred

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