Source: Medical Fortnightly
Source type: journal
Document type: editorial
Document title: “The Mississippi Valley Medical Association”
Date of publication: 10 October 1901
Volume number: 20
Issue number: 7
Pagination: 643-46 (excerpt below includes only page 643)
|“The Mississippi Valley Medical Association.” Medical Fortnightly 10 Oct. 1901 v20n7: pp. 643-46.|
|William McKinley (death: public response); William McKinley (mourning); resolutions (Mississippi Valley Medical Association).|
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The Mississippi Valley Medical Association [excerpt]
The meeting, aside from this feeling of sadness and sorrow, was up to the average in the character of the scientific work accomplished. The programme was one of unusual interest, and shows that the President and Secretary were untiring in their zeal to have a good and valuable session.
Two sections—medical and surgical—divided the honors in having good papers. The time given to the session was ample, as no diversions existed to attract members elsewhere. Put-in-Bay Island is an ideal convention place, especially during the summer season, and the Hotel Victory in its vastness has all of the essential requirements necessary for the accommodation of a convention. Were it not for the calamity which befell our Nation on the 14th of September, and bowed the Association in sorrow, this meeting would have been in every way a success.
The loyalty and love for our country, the great love for the President, that man of God whose life and works seemed inspired, and for whom exists that profound respect which can only emanate from a thinking, loving people, prompted the Mississippi Valley Medical Association to crown this twenty-seventh annual session with suitable resolutions of respect.