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In Years Past

August 11, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, Jamestown, a typical American manufacturing and industrial city, was feeling this day what was perhaps the typical effect of the great European war, which effect was general throughout the United States. This effect was felt already not only in the cost of living in every home in Jamestown, although the war had been in progress hardly two weeks, but it was also being felt in the Jamestown industries, not acutely at present, but with effects which, if long continued, would require readjustment in many lines.

 
 
 

 

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