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October 1936

News and Notes

Arch Ophthalmol. 1936;16(4):685. doi:10.1001/archopht.1936.00840220143017

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American Board of Ophthalmology.—The American Board of Ophthalmology announces the removal of its executive offices to Room 1002, Beaumont Medical Building, 3720 Washington Boulevard, St. Louis. Dr. John Green is secretary-treasurer.

National Society for the Prevention of Blindness.—Mr. William Fellowes Morgan has been reelected president of the society. Other officers recently elected are: Dr. Park Lewis, of Buffalo, first vice president ; Mr. Russell Tyson, of Chicago, second vice president ; Mr. Preston S. Millar, of New York, third vice president, and Dr. Edward C. Ellett, of Memphis, Tenn., member of the board of directors, succeeding the late Dr. William H. Wilmer, of Baltimore. The annual conference of the society will be held in Columbus, Ohio, on December 3 to 5.

Heidelberg Congress.—Professor van der Hoeve of Leyden was given the degree of Doctor Honoris Causae by the University of Heidelberg at the recent congress held

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