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Forward | The Father of Modern Facial Plastic Surgery | World War I | Plastic Surgery Organizes | Otolaryngologists Undeterred | More Courses, Study Groups | Facial Plastic Surgery Organizes | Education First | Recognition Next | Conclusion | Chronology of Subspecialty Development | AAFPRS Officers | Bibliography