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Chicago Ophthalmological Society.—The Chicago Ophthalmological Society announces the establishment of the William Hamlin Wilder Foundation, a memorial to the late Dr. W. H. Wilder. The purpose is to establish and maintain a lectureship in ophthalmology or an allied subject, the lecture to be given in Chicago every two years. To that end a fund of $10,000 is being raised, the interest of which is to be used solely for the payment of an honorarium to the lecturer and for the expenses of publication of the lecture. The administrative details are vested in a committee composed of the president and the three most recent past presidents of the Chicago Ophthalmological Society. The financial details are to be managed by the Northern Trust Bank of Chicago. Friends and colleagues of the late Dr. Wilder who wish to aid in this perpetuation of his memory are invited to send
News and Notes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1936;16(2):329–330. doi:10.1001/archopht.1936.00840200167019
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