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Like the birds that migrate from South to North each Spring, many ophthalmologists regularly make an annual trek to Baltimore, there to attend the meeting of the Wilmer Residents Association. These meetings, initiated several years ago by Alan C. Woods, are now recognized to be one of the finest yearly meetings on the calendar.
These meetings are a combination of the formal and the informal, the carefully prepared presentation and the spontaneous comment—all impossible to capture. There can be no compte rendu of the Wilmer Meetings, but a sample of the work done at the Wilmer Institute can be given. Elsewhere in this issue of the Archives are five papers written by Wilmer residents.
This sample may arouse in some a desire to read more Wilmer papers. With foresight typical of the Institute, this possibility has been anticipated and provided for. Sixteen bound volumes of the collected reprints of the
Snyder C. The Wilmer Institute... Comments Relevant and Irrelevant. Arch Ophthalmol. 1964;71(3):296–297. doi:10.1001/archopht.1964.00970010312002
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