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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUlNUAY, JULV 9, 1916. Blankenburg, Ticket and Short Grass Enrich Their Owners by Winning Stake Races at the Aqueduct Track SHORT GRASS SETS PAGE AND EASILY DEFEATS BORROW . The Sun-Press Racing Chart With Ponnnnt Withdrawn He Romps Home Winner of the Brookdalc. TICKET TAKES TREMONT; BLANKENBURG A WINNER James Howe, the noted trainer, In charge of the thoroughbreds belonging to Harry I'ayno Whitney, made a wrong gueis yesterday at the Aqueduct track. ,n4 as a re.Mtlt he lout the Hrookilalc Handicap, the. feature event of the Uy. Mr. Howe had entered Pennant, the five-year-old son of l'eter I'an Royal Itoce. which he considers the greatest horoe of the century, and Bor row, an aired gelding by Hamburg Forget. Knlercd against his horse re the Imported Short CIrass and the three-year-old colt Achievement, owned by Wilfrid Vlau. With Pennant and Borrow as starter the race seemed at hla mercy, but to the surprise of the 8,000 persons who visited the track Mr. Howe withdrew hla c...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

2 , THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. . 4-f Leading Pro-Golfers From Many Cities WiU Compete in Open Tourneys at Garden City and Van Cortlandt Par PROS WILL PLAY FOR OPEN TITLE AT GARDEN CITY Leadlntr Golfers Will Try lo Deprive Oil Niolmlis (if His Crown. MANY WILL ItOAIX FOli VAN CORTLANDT TOl'llNKY To Defend Title This Week Th professionals will make New York I their headquarters this work and next, for they will have im opportunity In Hint ! time to piny In two open totirneje. on ' metropolitan courses. The annual .Metro- polltan open championship "111 he played i at the Garden City (lolf (Tub on Thurs day nnd Krlilny of this week nnd on Tuesday nnd Wednesday, July IS nnd j 1, the Profcilonnl Golfers Association tourney to he managed by tho New Yotk Newspaper flolf Club will Ih hold on the public links In Van Cortlandt l'ntk. It Is Oil Melinite who will he the de fending champion when the professionals gather nt (larden City till week, for a year ago he won the title nl Kox Hills a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

'W THE flUN, SUNDAY, JULY , 1016. Ball Players Who Have Seen Service in Major Leagues for Ten or More Years Are Becoming Scarce These Days" LIFE OF AVERAGE BALL PLAYER IS ABOUT FIVE YEARS Only the Stars Are Able to Re main in Major Leagues Much Longer. I MATTY, PLANK, WAGNEB AND LAJOIE AMONG THEM Br siioiiTSTor. How abort In th life of the average til l(Mtuer? Players oimo and play irs to. nd nobody knows where or eirH. In many small towns throughout Uu country ther are men still living who were up In the big show yoars ago. Some only got a peep under the big Itirue tent and did not stick a season, while others tilled their little space In the big league box score from three to ji, years. Only the stars arc ablo to Hick In the big show much longer. A player of tho Hoy Hartzell type, who rla ten years In tho fast set, Is the h!g exception. Hoy never reached it'irdom, he always was Just a plodder. II. never lilt .300. but when ho did hit hit blnglea were timely. Ho was a fair1 i.Mer s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

! 6 W 2 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JUL 9, 1916. I nce 5am Leacs All Nations in Developing Speed Kings N. Y. A. C Coach Most Prominent American Sprinter WEFERS BEST ALL , AROUND SPRINTER Bnt Duffey and Prow Kings of tho Short Dashers. Arc CBAIO SLOW OFF MA UK ny xi'niJfTF.n. Sine Uncle Bam first rtnnncil the piked ehoes and started rutting ill' on tha cinder path hack In the days of "Father Bill" Curtis America always has been noted for Its printers. There Is no country In the mnrld that has furnished o many speed marvels as (he little old U. 8. A. Back In the old days America had uch track burning amateurs n I.uther Cary, Lon Meyers, W. Oral? Wllmcr, Fred Westing, Harry Jcwett. Arthur Waldron, Kddle llloss, Malcom Knrd, Tommy Lee, Al Copland, Arthur Kent, Harry Brooks, J. II. Mayhury. Wendell Baker, Bernlo W'efers, Johnny Crum, Johnny Owens mid Charley Slier rill, not to say nnythlng of such fleet professionals as II, M. Johnson, Steve Farrell. Harry Hcthunc and "Piper" Donavan, and for that ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. Willard Prefers Easy Life of Circus Exhibitor to That of Preparing to Defend Worlds Heavyweight Title PUGILISTIC KINGS ARE TOTTERING ON THEIR THRONES fniiiliiliifi'x fr (Jililfil Crown in Knell (.'Inns hit NuiiitM'oiis. HIKIK (WI'AMMTIKS nisrrssKF) by vktkhax ft tiii: vi:ti:h.. Hevfral of the puglll'tlo kings are totlcrlntr on t'.ifflt thrones, nml tho op ',of nil! unquestionably cheer luitlly tor the new sceptre holder, There are sinHWtis dtngerous candidates for the tinted rown of pach i'Ihm, mid a glance at their capabilities and prospects lll be of Internet . Jits Willard, heavyweight champion of the world, hat held his title m trifle more than a year, during which Minn lis htt defended tin honors once, nml , iVn In a ten round, Ieclelonrst run. ' trt!. In addition tu the fact that hp him 1 isade huhl of money ax n show mini. hlch l mil' h easier than training for litrJ r'liK battles. It In undeniable that ti champion does not t . 1 1 s 1 1 tho ilr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. Weak fishy Sea Bass, Porgies and Plaice Biting in the Waters From Seahright to Fire Island WEAKFISH BITING; NOW IS THE TIME TO ' WOMAN BETTERS TARPON RECORD SEA BASS BITING OFF JERSEY COAST Kattlcsnake, Kiliow. Kuol and Hocky Hill Fjiiiioih (iron n ds. CATCH THE PLAICE Every .Tiiniiiini ('liiiinicl Has Fislr To Srutk'i' in Fort u itrli t. Locally Culled Flukp Foiiml From Scabrlirlit to Fire Island. Mrs. Ashby Jones Takes 210 Pounder in Cnloosa Iintchee Hlvcr. 8 , . ... . BAIT, HOOKS. MO, Tl I In all the channels of tin- buy sur rounding Now York, Including Orent South liny, Jf rnpstentl Bay ninl .ta maica Hay 'ti tho south shore of lnniJ Inland anil In Pilncess Hay on Staten Island, schools of wcukllsh may be found. Weakflsh have bcrn late In arriving because of tho coldness of the water. ! tlcally every Sunday during the sum which kept back the spawning time, j m-r season, believes the best way to but with the advent of warm weather Ket fluke Is as fo...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

Sun. News of the Resorts Theatres Fashions Real Estate Gardens Poultry School News THIRD section TWELVE PAGES. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. owm. t, t. . w-nt BROOKLYN AUVnRTISr.MKNT. I1KO tKLYN AVKRT1HKMBNT. NEWPORT WOMEN TO BE WAR NURSES BROOKI.YM AnVKBTIAKMKNTfl. They Will Receive Elementary Instruction in Nursing, Besides Making Surgical Dressings Members of Summer Colony in Their Villas NtrwrnnT, n. I., Juljr S. THE women of the summer colony have always been ready to ns ulst In any charity or In any way that their assistance Is needed. I-iet winter tho wlvca and daughters of eomo of tho prominent army and navy ofTlcers here organized theArncrlmn Army and Navy Surgical Aid, and they have been busy with It ever rince, giving lectures on first aid end the like, while they have also been making large quantities of sur gical dressings as a reserve In tlmo cf seed. Since the opening of the season the rimmer colonists h.tvo become Inter red In tho work of this society and also In t...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. PHOEBE SNOW RESTS AT THE WATER GAP Many Other New York Visi tors Enjoying the Scenic. CiiannH of the Delnwnre. tr.iAWr.r. Watm Oap, la July 8. I'hoba Huow, known the world oer ' the "Girl nf (lie LHCkawnnnft," Is here for two weeks, at the lofty aien wond. Her everyday name I MIm Marlon K. Murray. She la accompanied by Mrs. M. K. Murray and a bosom friend, Miss Jennie Staccy, oloo of New York. At tha Klttntlnny, the Fourth of July crowd was so irreat that al though everything was done to supply room hundreds had to be turned nway. This hotel accommodates 00, but these accommodations wer very slight when the hollilny rush Htartcd, Among the New York arrivals at the Klttntlnny are: M It-sex Florence and Sylvia Caaas sa, Mrs. Jumcs K. Qulnti, Mlrs Helen Qulnn. Mr. and Mrs. P. Homers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. i'ollak, Mr. George rVdilen, Mr. and Mrs. K. Lewis, Mr. J. H. Trumbull, Brooklyn; Mr. aad Mrs. John M. Cowell mid daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sackett...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

8 Vacation days in the white mountains 3 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. , . - t ' '' (r -i-P9 H , Tt, r.'JTIp HHBHHHHHHHHHIHmmtn;3i;;.'' : . M-HBK3?lnMBflll -------B--l-l--HHMBMMMMWMBMMBMBOKMM'i" ' ' rlf 'i. -..,. --..- r-naifBKfliyjwHHHHyu CHiii!QWNRER --ra-M-l WKMMMJnMl'aBMBHMKM KMMMMBMMMMMMBMlTlMrWB8BMM ' i l, f MTfih MirJMMBMMMKiy ffifi MBmmB H5lHHIHfl Hi9K BM I i I 8B I B I i l I I I I I I B I B 8B I I k! fgjB 8Niia3iBlBIMlMBB I I Presidential Range and HOLIDAY ADDS TO GAYETY AT LENOX Toting People Contest Water Sports on tlio Fourth. , mmiTh ctmiv nMvvi'Mw.. FLUWhli MKIn U INM'.ICS , . ,. LtKOT, Mas-. July J.- Tor the third par MIm M Smphtna Hrlsled. daush I tr ef Mr and Mrs. Charles Aslor llrls- i.v..ni. ..f i.,i.. 1 association will becm Its tlxtures with ipnru. Theo events are innuilly cir- ma:. !i plav Tile Junior lennl" beplns on r.fl out by the I.enov Junior Tennis As- I July 1. with boys and Rlrls", slnuies and jUtinn. of whi.-h Miss flrace lirlpted Is 1 iN doubles. rM,...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

TLV,- n THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. SCHUYLKILL HEROES STORM ASBURY PARK Gathering of 014 Gaard That Made Unbeatable Record With Oan. Amckt Tak, N. .T. July Tto mid MM ruth Uiat began on lnrlepemtatiee Jf ! on In full Maat In Aanurr T'nrk aM the reaort Is threntetl with reerea tlon Mfcare. The fourth of July rrowila yrt unpreeerlenua, anil thle wwk-enit MM praetioallr vtr hotel In the cltr Sltal to It capacity. Mont notable of tha weaV-end a-atliw-Infg la the annual reunion of tha Old Quart of the Athletic Club of the Hchuyt- ' kill Navy, an oriranliatlon of fhlladel tli1a oarntnen who mart record on the ' 8Jiuy1Mll niver twenty and thirty yearn 0o that remain unbroken eren In three daya of falllnr recorde. The Old Ouard, numbertna; about forty, are here on their annual three-day J aunt at Hie Hotel Brunswick, where A. It. Tareon. him aelf a Ouardsman, haa arransed an elaborate programme for their entertain ment. The Old auard came to town In a ape nlat train yeeterday. Amour them...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

1 i-m., 'r?i .''V4 J('-f''i 8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916, GREETING SUMMER IN FIELD AND GARDEN IHE GARDEN IN SUMMER. s' of ttm summer bedding flnlihfd ni1 ""' ,,r,1" hUo for fhr n'i"W Nothing should ho left mar tin1 grnrrnl rlTpet. Iiwna and fSslncs s ull ,IC ,rl'1 trimmed, tlio .-nif,, (rro from words and the sur JJ of t'ie tils freshened ly regular p' mid be neatly stiiko.1 and rja rur' n!' ,,iry Klw' ,,IJo t,lp staVfs a" much as possible nnd have tiiwn fti'T'er (him the full height of rte rlnl An "!W,r,rn'Mt Iwtmbno jVfs '" '"""d very iiooful. In small "gardi"s l.t or seven foot stakes TIH auitlucnt, but. In Urge gardens ., lsrcft size, n lone ns fish polos, very rl'in' at l'"' ',iup' wl" 1,0 fllrlll tufiil. T'ii mallrr stakes cnn bo cut to (ho 'jmpor loncth. The Inns stakes ar (rof.l for rl mhlng plants nnd make j.it ami ii'tr.utlvo trellises, nought RHODODENDRONS Washlnston State Flower, col lected from the forest. 52 collected p!nt. 5 to 10 inches, $1.00 100 FUnt). by prepai...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

AA AVi U iiJl til ilAjl JULY THEATRES 23 gaBgangaiH ' gaaiavavavavavm rx 11 r - n i i n i - J IN CIVILIZATION ! TYLF.S In the cinema tire to be 1 observej Just now. One of tho striking features of the Ameri can photographs Is the beauty of the Young persons engaged In them. None f)f the heroines seem over 20, most of them look 18 and none of the men are touch older nor are the? allowed to fktl far behind In the possession of good looks. Without these attributes to our plays on the screen It would fee even more difficult to understand their success. Pulchritude as one writes pt the young ladles of the Winter Car lton and the Zlegfold Theatre seems but Indispensable attribute to the screen 9 Lays seen here. Of course, there are other Ideals of feeauty for other countries, but even routh Is not lndlspcnsablo when there axe youthful heroes in question. There was a hero the other night supposed to be seeing Ufa with n tutor who was obviously for past tho ngc which this fount man was supp...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

3 TILS SUN, SUNDAY, l lOiJ. ,7 FACES .SELFISH WOMAN'rtf M-STBANd lVUlffXraVfuflht, f VjLw 'HELLO New VOBIC THE history of the theatre Is full or illustrations of the oppor tunities that have come to un important, ambitious players, tnJ that the same chances come to ths producer of motion pictures never was better or mora substantially illus trated than in the case of Thomas H. Ince'i cinema "Civilization," now In Its second month at the Criterion The atre. It la frequently the supposedly lulgnlflcant and unimportant scenes that have contributed most to the sue cet of some of his pictures. Just as In the case of the "legitimate play," It li sometimes the unexpected that goes toward making a show a real hit. I nee spent thousands of dollars to produce "Civllliatlan" and naturally counted on his most elaborate "sets" to win the greatest measure of appre ciation, but the managerial belief was all upset at the very first perform ances In I.os Angeles und New York, when the audience i-how...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

F , 8 . 8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. AVIATION COSTUME NEWEST THING IN SPORTS CLOTHES Of Course Every Woman Who Wears One Need Not Fly, but Some of Them Actually Will Pilot Machines r ELEANOR HOYT BRAINERD. SPOKT8 CLOTHES ngnln! One Imply cannot escape their lure, and there's no denying that they are the moat Important fashion Hctna on this summer's horizon. One caa Bet along with very few dressy frocks, but one must hnve smnrt porta clothes If one has the faintest ambition to be fashlonnbly nttlrrd. Borne of the clothes are nctttally for Sports wear, too. American girls and women do not ko In for aUilctc sports as they did a few years ago. It Is not obligatory, as It whs then. A woman may. now admit without a blush of shame that she does not piny golf or tennis, even that she does not ride or swim, though she wilt miss ninny a good time and a considerable degree of popularity. If she does not do these things; but the one thing aha can Bat afford to abjure la the wearing of porta...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

TKE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. 9 VOGUE More Picturesque Than Year, They Come in and Many Materials The Designers Fancy Runs Riot in Their Decora tion and on the Right Women They Are Charming Br ELEANOR HOYT BRAINERD. GARDEN smocks made a triumphal entry into the ranks of thlnn fashionable last year. Many a woman, won by their twntortabfcne and gsyety, wore clem when ah would have shown more kindness to an Indulgent public by pasting them by on the other sldo; tut for the women and girls who looked well In them they were pic ttiresQue and charming. This year we still have garden smocks like those of yesteryear, but the smock Idea ban grown beyond gar den walls and taken on Innumerable variations. Many of the smart sports frocks are first cousin to a middy blouse, second cousin to a garden smock and skirt, related by marriage to what e have called a Russian clous and friendly with the old time Jersey. The straight, loose peasants' and artists' smocks are a bit too radical for many wom...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

Si ' . 10 8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. REALTY MARKET ENLIVENED BY MANY NOTABLE PROJECTS SIX FINE NEW HOTELS TO HOUSE CITY'S GREAT ARMY OF VISITORS More Than $25 000,000 to Be Spent on Great Structures That New York May Take Proper Cere of Those Who Come on Business or Pleasure Tills la a yonr of liotl building In New York city. Under construction or. planned arc lx great tructure and everal more mall ones which, when completed, wilt Inorenee the city' ac commodation for Its vlallors by a suf ficient number of rooms to make 10,000 people comfortable. Something more than fl'S.orm.ooo will be expended In the erection of these buildings, ex clusive of thn coal of their land, and two of the propoacd hotels will bo j larger thnn any to be found In the , elty to day. During tho Inst few years the num ber of dally visltoi to New York has rown so greatly that the nccommo-1 datlon provided for them have been entirely Inadequate. Not only hno the transient houses been crowded during nil se...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. 11 BHOVX M'M. r.vr.lTK KOH WALK. t i?"OJAtJWTATE FOB Mil!, I ItEAT MTATK AT ATJCTtON'. MSAI. KSTATF- AT AUCTION. WHAT A HOME OF YOUR OWN On the Waterfront. AT CITY ISLAND MEANS Borough of the Bronv, New York City. TO YOU -The banishment of rent day. Plenty of room to n'an urnr home t'le say you want it. I in for your children to pay jruund .tttd deveop. Schoos, diurdtci tmd city conveniences. TO YOUR CHI LDREN Life in the open ntnonR proper surround ings ,ind likable people. I cuius nnd athletic courts at I'liLIIAM BAY BANK, immediately adjoining. TO YOUR HUSBAND A place to recuperate after the bushier d;i . Ciolf, tennis and all the sports of the water. AS AN INVESTMENT Present transit b electric trains hv . i .. . it. v II k. k. ir in m av, station at 120th St. COM ING SOON. l.emton Av. SUBWAY to I'elhim Bay Park. New 'Bi.9 Line c nniift. connecting City Island with pres nt Lenox Av. bubwa. now operating. Increased Values Alwajs hollow Improved Tra...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

12 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. PREPARATORY SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES Military Training Is Approved by Educators National Body Holds Such School Work Should Be Strictly Educational W. S. Hinchman of Groton School Speaks on English Instruction. MIMTAJIY trAlninn In chool, a feature, of the country' educa tlonal ytm hitherto kft to th private nchool (or the greater part of ita development, was innctloned (or the public school alo by the Natlonul Education Association diirlmc lti annual convention held In New York last wiek. To be eure, the educator appi oached the change In policy somewhat Klnger!)-, but by the adopted resolution reading "While It (the association recognize that the community or the Htate my Introduce such clement of military training Into the school ns may eem irta and prudent, yet It believe that audi training houM be strictly educa tional In It aim and organisation, and that military end ihould not be permit ted to pervert the educational purpose and practi...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. T w t I II uJ.fE- 4 ' irM III LOt Downstream face ot dam, showing massive rougn stone treatment. F lit siaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVlW' ' 1I fid Vvl Thc dam is 1,835 eet Iong' iu exP0,ed height is 133 feet-and its total P y TI Kltt? ' IEa V height 310 feet. Its cost, including reservoir, was about' $8,000,000. k cni LLLLiHik . raO 111 MHHHHHiHC.. Jfti - III I 1 OK June 9, 1905, and Philip Sawyer, consulting architect, Construction work on the approach to the eastern end of the dam. These huge blocks of native granite were quarried within a mile of the dam. The pavilions at the western end are completed. A Day With Commissioner Charles N. Chad wick of the Board of Water Supply Charles N. Chadwick, who hat been one of the three commissioner! since the organiiation of the board, June 9, 1905, and Philip Sawyer, consulting architect, on the top of the dam. Camera Record of a Tour of Inspection of the Great Kensico Dam and Reser voir Now Nearly Comple...

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