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The Columbus Meeting.
—According to the Dispatch of Columbus, Ohio, February 2, active preparations are going on for the next meeting of the American Medical Association in Columbus in June. The chairmen of the several committees recently met and accomplished considerable looking toward the entertainment of the delegates. Plans have been presented for an exhibit building, 44 × 190 feet and to contain eighty-seven spaces, at an estimated cost of $1500. It is also expected that a souvenir book embodying the history of the city, with numerous illustrations, will be published, and the general sessions of the meeting will probably be held in the Grand Opera House, with adjacent halls for use of committee and other meetings.
ASSOCIATION NEWS. JAMA. 1899;XXXII(7):380. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450340048012
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