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—Dr. and Mrs. William Frederick Slocum, Colorado Springs, have returned from Europe.—Dr. Charles Adams Holder, formerly of Colorado Springs, U. S. Consul at Rouen, France, for the last three years, has been appointed United States Consul-General for Norway with headquarters at Christiania.
New Tuberculosis Pavilion.
—A new pavilion for tuberculosis patients is to be erected at the Union Printers' Home, Colorado Springs, This improvement will cost $10,000. The trustees have also decided to build two stories over the library annex at a cost of $25,000, to be used for hospital purposes, and other improvements amounting to $5,000.
Women Physicians Hold Meeting.
—The Women's Colorado State Medical Association held its annual meeting and banquet at Pueblo, September 25, and elected the following officers: president, Dr. Ella Mead, Greeley; vice-presidents, Drs. Jessie Stubbs, La Junta, and Mary Stratton, Denver, and secretary-treasurer, Dr. Kate E. Yont, Denver.
State Society Meeting.
Medical News. JAMA. 1912;LIX(15):1384–1389. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270100152020
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