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In Years Past

August 10, 2014

In 1914, the attendance of the eighth annual convention of the New York state council of the United Brotherhood of the Carpenters and Joiners of America, which opened in Jamestown at the Eagles Temple at 10 in the morning, was not as large as was hoped for but an earnest and sincere body of men were in session to consider various matters for the welfare of this large branch of organized labor in the state. The attendance was affected somewhat by the near approach of the international convention to which many of the delegates would go in preference to attending this convention and, still further, by the fact that Jamestown was not a central location.



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