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ADDRESS BY THEPRESIDENT OF THEAMERICANLARYNGOLOGICALASSOCIATION, DR. DUNBARROY, Atlanta, Ga.
Fellow Members and Colleagues: I am sure I voice the sentiments of our membership when I say that our meeting today within the borders of our sister republic is one of extreme pleasure. An invisible boundary line separates these two great countries but there is not even the semblance which separates the good relationship between the members of this organization and that of our Canadian colleagues.
Allow me to express to this society my deep appreciation of the honor which I hold today as your presiding officer.
Drs. Delavan and McCoy have given you the history of this honored society with its interesting associations, reading as it does almost like the biography of a family tree.
Mosher and Dean have told you of the uncertainties which beset the undergraduate of today and how the teaching
IMPERATORI CJ. AMERICAN LARYNGOLOGICAL ASSOCIATIONFifty-Seventh Annual Congress, Toronto, Canada, May 29, 30 and 31, 1935. Arch Otolaryngol. 1935;22(3):368–387. doi:10.1001/archotol.1935.00640030382015
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