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The Next Place of Meeting.
—Several cities were named at the last annual meeting, each of which seemed a desirable one for a meeting of the Association. Within the last few weeks there has been a strong movement on the part of our Omaha friends to secure the meeting of 1891 in that city. With reference to accommodations we are confident that the citizens of Omaha and Council Bluffs, in a combined effort, would be able to meet every requirement in a right royal manner. But the question of location is the one to be more seriously considered. Will the Pacific States be more fully represented at Omaha than at some prominent point farther east? If not—secondly, will the distance be a bar to a full attendance of delegates from the Atlantic, the Eastern-Middle, and the Southern States? If so the location would be unfortunate, not as to matters
EDITORIAL NOTES. JAMA. 1890;XIV(20):727–728. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410200027007
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