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June 1, 1901


JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(22):1564. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470220038007

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This eminently practical feature of the Association promises to exceed both in interest and in size that of last year. There will be some exhibits illustrative of research and experimental work. Effort has been made by the Committee, with most gratifying success, to secure groups of specimens bearing upon particular phases of pathology. Systematic endeavor will be made to demonstrate the collection of specimens to groups of visitors. It may be stated without fear of controversy that the Exhibit will prove most entertaining and exercise a potent educational influence upon the meeting. The number of exhibitors will almost double that of a year ago. They will come chiefly from the states contiguous to the place of meeting, but the south, east, west, and even the Canadian profession will have creditable representation. The location of the Pathological Exhibit in the Ryan Annex, near the Headquarters, will insure a large attendance. The

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