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XIII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Amsterdam, Holland, Sept. 5-13, 1929.—The national committee in charge of the organization of the congress reports that to date (July 1, 1929) nearly 700 ophthalmologists have qualified for membership, and that 232 scientific communications, covering all branches of ophthalmology, have been received and will be presented during the meetings of the congress.
Additional ophthalmologists who desire to qualify for membership should send the subscription of 25 Dutch florins ($10 in American money) to the treasurer, Dr. H. M. Roelofsz, Director of the Incassobank, Heerengracht 531, Amsterdam, as promptly as possible.
Derby GS. Notes and News. Arch Ophthalmol. 1929;2(2):204. doi:10.1001/archopht.1929.00810020215009
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