A History of the Royal College of General Practitioners: The First 25 Years

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John Fry, John Henderson Hunt Baron Hunt of Fawley, Robert John Francis Homfray Pinsent
MTP Press, 1983 - 270 pages
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Contents

PAST ATTEMPTS TO FOUND A COLLEGE OF GENERAL
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EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE FORMATION OF THE STEERING
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THE WORK OF THE STEERING COMMITTEE AND THE BIRTH
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JOHN FRY is the former editor-in-chief of SKI, America's oldest ski magazine, and founding editor of the award-winning New York Times magazine Snow Country. His contributions to skiing include direct roles in launching the NASTAR (National Standard Ski Race) program, The Nations Cup of alpine ski racing, and the Graduated Length Method of teaching. Fry is a member of the U.S. National Ski Hall of Fame and has received the International Skiing History Association's Lifetime Achievement Award. He has skied since childhood in North America and around the world.

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