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May 19, 1900


JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(20):1287-1294. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460200073022

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THE special adaptability of Atlantic City for conventions is attributable to several very important facts. First, the weather during the Summer months is cool, and saline breezes from off the ocean are refreshing and delightful, when at other points it is sultry, stifling and altogether objectionable to large gatherings. Second, the spacious auditoriums, at the immediate disposal of large meetings, together with numerous and closely located hotel accommodation, are within so convenient a radius that personal communication may be had, at all hours, without loss of time or inconvenience to those who may desire to visit one or more of the various Section Meetings of the convention asembled.

ATLANTIC CITY'S ADVANTAGES.  As a meeting place for the American Medical Association, June 5-8, Atlantic City has, unquestionably, more advantages, socially and otherwise, than any other prominent point at which this worthy body could select to convene. The magnificent Boardwalk, directly upon

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