Annual Conference of the Geographical Association

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THE Annual Conference of the Geographical Association was held at the London School of Economics, by kind permission of the director, Sir William Beveridge, on Jan. 6–8. As usual, the Conference was well attended by delegates and members from all parts of Great Britain, and at some of the lectures the audience exceeded four hundred. A representative publishers' exhibition, in which twenty-six firms took part, was held in conjunction with the Conference. At the termination of the proceedings in London, according to established custom, a party of members spent the week-end in a country town, this year at Rochester.

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STAMP, L. Annual Conference of the Geographical Association. Nature 129, 139–140 (1932) doi:10.1038/129139a0

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