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Subject: [NY-TROY-IRISH-GENSOC] Kirkpatrick, Garria, Coresidato, Ray, Darling,Morrissey, Keenan, Mackrall, Murname, Mamb
Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2007 19:13:18 EST
Tuesday October 9, 2007 Troy Record Article from Wednesday October 9, 1907:
“Chief of Police Morris Kirkpatrick is under pressure to crack down on
people carrying concealed weapons. In the sweep of the Italian neighborhood for
Dominick Garria, two more men were arrested, Chris Coresidato and Joseph Ray
were arrested for carrying concealed weapons.
The Chamber of Commerce and Commercial Travelers Association are joining
forces to lobby local railroads for better service in Troy.The recent decision
by the Delaware and Hudson Railroad to cancel the Troy stop for a daily through
train to northern New York, is the catalyst.Troy is currently fourth in
point of commerce among the cities of the state says grocer E.E.Darling and would
probably be third if it could only receive its rights from the railroads,
who are biased in favor of Albany.
Monday October 8, 2007 Troy Record Article from Tuesday October 8, 1907:
“Insiders speculate that James H. Morrissey will challenge William M. Keenan
for the Democratic nod for mayor. The Record predicts the Democrats will
nominate John J. Mackrell, ex mayor Joseph F. Hogan’s examiner of election
officials, for Common Council president. Thomas F. Murname,Hogans appointee as
president of the city’s civil service commission, is projected as one of two
nominees for city assessor.
Photo of the day Troy Record Monday October 8, 2007 1947 photo of Minerva
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