Excerpt from Proceedings of the Kansas Medical Society, 1895
The twenty-ninth annual session of the Kansas Medi cal Society convened at Representative Hall, Topeka, Kas., on Thursday morning, May 16, at 9 o'clock, Presi. Dent W. R. Priest, in the chair. Vice-president Geo. M. Gray, M.D., Recording Secretary G. C. Purdue, M.D., Corresponding Secretary G. A. Wall, M.D., also present.
President: You will be in the hands of the Committee on Arrangements for awhile. Dr. Ward, chairman, will make his report.
Dr. Ward, chairman of the committee, made the fol lowing report: The Committee on Arrangements has but little to say in the way of a report. As you see, we have the use of this hall; the committee rooms are also at our disposal. I suggest that all members register at the Secretary's desk, and pay their dues. It will be necessary to do this before you can get a badge. The rates at the hotels you will find printed on the program.
You are all cordially invited to attend a reception at No. 333 Greenwood avenue, Potwin Place, to-night. I desire to say that Mrs. Stormont will be present, and you will have an opportunity and the pleasure of meeting one of the most philanthropic women in Kansas.
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