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Chicago, Sept. 12, 1898.
To the Editor:
—The forthcoming meeting of this Association is an international one, inasmuch as it will convene at Ottawa, Canada, Sept. 27 next, and as such promises to be of much interest, because representatives, not only from the United States, but from Mexico and Canada will be present.As this Association has been known in the past for its marked energy in successfully promulgating Municipal, State, National and International sanitary matters, its influence in disseminating the practical application of public hygiene, not only to the medical profession of the countries named, but to the public generally will be wide. It appears to the writer that at this particular time our profession should be largely represented at this international meeting of sanitarians. It is well-known that all the wisdom of sanitary science is not contained in a few hundred of the members of this or any
Montgomery LH. American Public Health Association—Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(13):737–738. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450130059014
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