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To the Editor: The Eleventh International Congress of Dermatology has passed into the pages of history. Those of us who attended will retain many pleasant memories of Stockholm, the clean and lovely "Venice of the North," where the Baltic's salt waters are blended with and diluted by the fresh water of Lake Mälar.
As early as the opening ceremony, held in Stockholm's Concert Hall, where official announcement of Nobel Awards is made annually, it was apparent that Hellerström and his local committee had labored long, hard, and effectively during the past five years to produce a wonderfully organized and smoothly run scientific and social program for the visiting colleagues and their families. The subjects to be covered and the leaders of the various phases of the scientific program had been chosen by the International Committee of Dermatology under the presidency of the dynamic and colorful Guido Miescher of
Webster JR. THE ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS. AMA Arch Derm. 1957;76(6):790. doi:10.1001/archderm.1957.01550240108025
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