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Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

New Title: Proceedings. Annual meeting of the American Veterinary Medical Association
Previous Title: Proceedings of the American Veterinary Medical Association
Scientific proceedings of the American Veterinary Medical Association
Corporate Author: American Veterinary Medical Association.
Related Names: Fish, Pierre A. 1865-1931., Liautard, Alexandre François Augustin 1835-1918.
Language(s): English
Published: Shaumburg, Ill. [etc.] : American Veterinary Medical Association [etc.], 1877-
Subjects: Veterinary Medicine > Periodicals.
Veterinary medicine > Periodicals.
Note: Report of the 30th-41st annual meeting of the United States Live Stock Sanitary Association included in the journal's Mar. issue, 1927-38 (v. 70-92).
Vols. for 1915-49 and 1956- include the Proceedings of the annual meeting of the association.
Editors: Jan. 1877-Oct. 1915, A. Liautard and others; Nov. 1915- P.A. Fish.
Issues for 1877-Sept. 1898 published by the Association under its earlier name: United States Veterinary Medical Association.
Physical Description: v. : ill., ports. ; 22-28 cm.
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