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The Fourteenth Annual Meeting has now become a matter of historical interest for the College, and very pleasant history at that; for it was a complete success in every way. With an attendance registering thirteen hundred it proved to be very little short of the Boston meeting; and this, considering the location and the season, speaks volumes for the intrinsic drawing value of these clinical sessions of the College. The program proved to be an unusually interesting one, quite the best one the College has ever had, and there were only one or two failures in attendance on the part
THE FOURTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING. Ann Intern Med. 1930;3:943. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-9-943_1
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