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August 1933

AMERICAN LARYNGOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

Arch Otolaryngol. 1933;18(2):253-266. doi:10.1001/archotol.1933.03580060267013

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Abstract

President's Address. Dr. Gordon Berry, Rochester, Minn.  Dr. Berry pronounced a eulogy on Dr. George Fetterolf, the former president of the association. He then made a brief reference to the beginning of the society in 1878 and to its steady growth to its present position of leadership in the profession. He gave a brief review of the many worthwhile scientific papers presented during the last ten years with the thought of showing that the society is proving worthy of its wonderful past. He offered the suggestion that a program committee might wisely be formed which would plan ahead for scientific contributions to the association and help those who could carry forward profitable research, both with encouragement and with financial assistance.In closing he urged the search for an "increasing and controlling purpose" which would lead the association forward into yet greater accomplishment, as portrayed by the verses in Locksley Hall:

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