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Last summer, I was visiting Professor Wullstein when I learned that he was going to speak before the Royal Society in England the first week of March. I suggested that he prolong his journey a few miles westward and end up in Chicago to speak to the students we were going to have in a course in endaural surgery. He consented to come. Then we added a few other speakers who were interested in the same area, namely, reconstructive middle ear surgery, and little by little, we had a program which was interesting enough that we thought we should invite other people to come if they wished. To our amazement, we were overwhelmed with requests. We had to turn down about 100 people whom we couldn't take because of the size of the space which we had available and because we wanted to make this a real workshop, a session
Opening Remarks. AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1960;71(2):132. doi:10.1001/archotol.1960.03770020004002
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