Illustrated History of Jamestown, Chautauqua County, N.Y.: Containing Sketches and Illustrations of the Village in the Early Days of Its Existence, Together with Photographs and Biographies of the Present Time

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C.E. Burk, 1900 - Jamestown (N.Y.) - 297 pages

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Page 43 - He served for a number of years as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Wilson Children's Home, at West Union, and was selected by the late Hon.
Page 37 - Within thirty days after the rejection of any appointment by the common council the mayor shall send to the common council a new appointment. The term of each member shall be...
Page 79 - Corps, which position he held until mustered out at the close of the war, his conduct as an officer commanding the highest approbation of his superiors. Upon the opening of the Concord & Claremont Railroad, in 1872, Colonel Long was made station agent, which position he held for nineteen years, resigning in 1901. Colonel Long was a Republican in politics and active in public...
Page 73 - Commissioner of Deeds For the City of Buffalo. The undersigned, one of the Justices of the Supreme Court for the Eighth Judicial District of the State of New York, hereby consents to, and approves of the filing of the annexed certificate, for the incorporation of the Buffalo Historical Society.
Page 80 - Also in after-working hours he completed his high school education, took pre-Iaw studies at St. John's University from 1945 to 1947, and in June 1950 received a Bachelor of Laws degree at New York University. In June 1952 he was admitted to the practice of law in New York state, and he has also qualified to practice law before the Federal courts in the Eastern and Southern districts, the United States Court of Appeals, second district, and the United States Supreme Court. In the course of his long...
Page 69 - College, from which he was graduated in 1863 and in 1865 was graduated from the Law School of the University of the City of New York.
Page 76 - Appeals, and was admitted to practice at a general term of the Supreme Court held in Albany in January, 1874.
Page 77 - His renomination and his re-election in November, 1897, when a strong Democratic tide had set in throughout the state, is sufficient attestation of his service in the Assembly of 1897 and of the loyalty and appreciation of his constituents.
Page 12 - J^ story gristmill building, with 2 run of stones ; and two single saw-mills, and one gang saw-mill, all owned by James Prendergast. There was one small store of goods owned by Jediah...
Page 73 - ... unimpeachable. To his perfect integrity and absolute reliability the success of the Vick seed business was in no small degree due. Mr. Fuller's geniality was one of his most prominent characteristics. He had a good story apropos to every occasion. His reminiscences of the early days of Rochester, and of the volunteer fire department, of which he was a member for many years, were particularly enjoyable. With his fellow workers in the seed business he was always pleasant, kind, patient and forbearing,...

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