In the Matter of the Public Building at Worcester, Mass: Argument and Evidence for the Petitioners, Before the Senate Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, on the Petition to Congress Asking that the Secretary of the Treasury be Authorized to Reconsider the Site, May 15, 1890
C. Hamilton, 1890 - Post office buildings - 24 pages
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advertisement affidavit of James ARTHUR W ask Congress Assessors barber and hairwork builder Building at Worcester Burnside Court business lots citizens of Worcester City and County City of Worcester city where business Committee in 1888 Commonwealth of Massachusetts convenience corner lot counsel count of manufactories County of Worcester deponent depose and say DEWEY erly Fister foregoing affidavit FRANCIS H Franklin Square Front and Main Front street further depose HARVARD COLLEGE Heard hundred and twenty Insurance Companies James Green line of Myrtle mails Main and Southbridge Main street marked Exhibit Mechanic street ment Myrtle street NATHAN F Norcross oath depose opponents Orlando W Personally appeared petition to Congress Petitioners present present site procured for fifty proposed building Public Building remonstrance of 1887 Savings Banks selected sell signatures signers Southbridge Street southwesterly square feet square foot statement syndicate tion Treasury undersigned Union Station W. S. B. HOPKINS Worces
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