News of the Past – Jan. 17-23, 1909

The Sunday Jan. 17th Democrat & Chronicle has 2 columns of the doings of at least 60 different Pedro clubs of Rochester. (More info. on the card game – Pedro.) Trolley car #321 struck the lead carriage of a funeral procession at North Street and Central Avenue. The carriage, which was carrying the pall-bearers, was …

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News of the Past – Jan. 10-16, 1909

A meeting was held Sunday night Jan. 10 at National Theater to discuss what should be done about the unemployed men of Rochester. There isn’t any city agency at this time to help men find work. The only agency helping find employment is the YMCA. An employer said that it is a hard task to …

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