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THE CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK 

ATERTOWN, the largest city in New York state north 
of the main line of the New York Central railroad, the 
"Metropolis of the North Country," is situated in Jefferson 
County in the Black River Valley about seven miles from 
the junction of the river with Lake Ontario. The city is 
finely located on the banks of the river, which divides it into two unequal 
parts, the larger of which is situated on the south side of the stream. Most 
of the business blocks, the City and County buildings, and by far the larger 
portion of the handsome residences are on the south side of the Black River, 
while the northern section of the city is largely taken up with the vast manu- 
facturing plants and the homes of many of the thousands who find their 
daily employment in the factories and mills. 

"Watertown" the city is called, and this name was chosen owing to the 
peculiar advantages which come to Watertown from its location on a river 
which offers chances for the development and utilization of water power 
second to none in the State of New York. Despite the fact that Water- 
town is, in a sense, isolated and notwithstanding the fact that it depends for 
transportation on a single track railroad, it has grown steadily since it was 
founded and today is hovering around the thirty thousand mark in popula- 
tion. The city is first and foremost a manufacturing center, but it is also a 
distributing point for the large section embraced within the limits of Jeffer- 
son, Franklin and St. Lawrence counties. 

In the channel of the Black River, and within the city limits, are a 
number of islands, the largest of which are Sewall's island with an area of 
fifteen acres and Beebee's island which covers five acres, and these are 
given over almost entirely to manufacturing plants. The banks of the river 
are lined with factories and mills for a distance of two miles, and in fact 
there is an almost unbroken string from Carthage, eighteen miles east of 
Watertown, to Dexter, which is seven miles to the westward and which is 
situated on the shores of Lake Ontario. Within the limits of the city of 
Watertown, the Black River has a drop of one hundred and twelve feet, 
and thus there is always plenty of power to turn the numerous wheels of 
the manufacturing establishments. 

The city is beautifully situated on a broad plateau that spreads back 
to terraces of limestone, which are supposed to have marked the shore-line 
of the eastern-most of the Great Lakes at some by- gone time. 

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Aside from the water power, however, Watertown has many advan- 
tages. It is in the center of one of the greatest cheese producing sections 
of the United States, and the Produce Exchange, which meets every Satur- 
day from May to November, is the largest inland cheese board in the 
world. Within a few miles are quarries of limestone and iron ore mines, 
while the farm lands within a radius of one hundred and fifty miles are among 
the most productive in the country today. 

The climate of Northern New York is, with the exception of perhaps 
two months of extreme cold in the winter, pleasing and invigorating. The 
Autumn, Spring and Summer seasons are delightful and the winters, while 
often cold, are of a kind which does not usually affect the health of the people 
adversely. That Watertown is a healthful place is proven by the health 
records of the State of New York, which show that during 1 906 the death 
rate was only sixteen per one thousand inhabitants. 

Few cities are more pleasing to the casual visitor than is Watertown 
with its handsome public buildings, well kept Public Square which may 
justly be termed the center of the business activities of the city, the beauti- 
ful parks and the scores of handsome homes, of which Watertown is justly 
proud and which surpass in point of attractiveness those of any city of the 
size of Watertown in New York state. 

Few, if any, cities can boast of a city park of the size or beauty of 
Watertown's. Extending in a long semi-circle to the east and south, with- 
in easy walking distance of the residential sections of the municipality, lies 
the City Park, gift of an unknown donor and covering several hundred 
acres. It commands a matchless view of Watertown and of the Black 
River valley and furnishes a place of recreation for hundreds during the 
spring, summer and autumn. Here are well kept roads, innumerable 
beautiful walks, countless shady dells and bowers, a wading pool and in 
fact any number of delightful spots which lure the people of the city away 
from their cares and troubles. Aside from the City Park there are a num- 
ber of small plots of ground, mostly located at the junctions of streets, which 
serve to break the monotony of the city buildings and give a dash of color 
to many portions of Watertown. 

As it was said of old that 'All Roads Lead to Rome," so it might be 
said with equal truth in Watertown, that all roads lead to Public Square, 
for upon this broad, open space and the streets leading therefrom are 
centered practically all the business interests of the city. At either end of 

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Lookiiis; doivn Court Street 



Public Square is a miniature park, a monument dedicated to the Soldiers 
and Sailors of Jefferson County occupying the western park. At the west 
end of the Square is located a handsome fountain presented to the city by 
Mrs. Roswell P. Flower and perhaps fifty yards south of this, at the en- 
trance to Washington street, stands a statue of the man whose family has 
been linked with the history of Watertown from earliest times. Former 
Governor Roswell P. Flower. 

The business blocks are for the most part situated on Public Square, 
and are m nearly every mstance modern, convenient and built according to 
well approved plans. The business section of the city is compact and well 
laid out. Doubtless the most magnificent building in Watertown, and also in 
Northern New York, is the Public Library, given to the city as a memorial 
to her father, Hon. Roswell P. Flower, by Mrs. John Byron Taylor. The 
building is of classic design, constructed of white marble and is in every 
respect a triumph of the designer's skill and the builder's art. The building 
stands in beautiful grounds and is one in which the city and its people may 



THE CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK 

well take pride, while it has conferred a great boon upon the thousands who 
draw books from it every year. 

The County Buildings, consisting of a Court House, Clerk's Office and 
County Building are grouped on Arsenal street, west of and within a few 
minutes' walk of Public Square. East of the County Buildings is the site 
on which the new post office, for which Congress has recently granted an 
appropriation of $77,000, is soon to be built. 

The City Hall, in which are the municipal offices, the police and city 
courts and the city jail, stands within a block of Public Square. It was 
built in 1895 and 1896 at a cost of $56,000. 

The fire department has at present three engine houses, and two more, 
one on each side of Black River, are being rushed to completion. 

Of churches Watertown has its full quota and among the number are 
edifices which will hold their own as handsome places of worship at any 
place and at any time. Trinity Episcopal Church, the French Catholic 
Church of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, the First Presbyterian Church, 
Church of the Holy Family, and the recently dedicated All Souls Univer- 
salist Church are among the most beautiful in the city. Nothing shows more 
plainly that Watertownians have not forgotten their religious life in the pursuit 
of wealth than does the fact that within three years no fewer than four 
churches have been dedicated, while three more are planned and almost 
ready to be started. 

Amusement may be had at the City Opera House, which yearly 
presents a high class list of attractions, or at the new vaudeville house, the 
Orpheum, which was thrown open to the public in the fall of 1907 and 
which presents high class vaudeville entertainments. Grange Hall on 
upper State street and near the City Park is the meeting place of one of 
the most flourishing granges in the state. 

Hotel accommodations are ample. The New Woodruff House, reno- 
vated and under new management, and the Hotel LeRay, a thoroughly 
modern house thrown open during the winter of 1906-7, the Hardiman, 
the American and the Crowner House fully meet the demands of the many 
visitors to the city. 

A high school, not yet five years old and already taxed to its utmost 
capacity, under the supervision of the Board of Regents of New York 
state, and offering courses to meet the needs of all, and eleven grammar 
schools form the public school system of the city. In the high school are 

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fifteen instructors and upwards of five hundred pupils. Connected with the 
institution are a gymnasium, library and well equipped laboratories. Re- 
cently courses in commercial subjects, cooking and manual training have 
been added to the curriculum of the school and these are well patronized. 
The institution offers a four year course which fits for any college m the 

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United States. The grammar schools, one of which is now in the process of 
construction, prepare students to enter the high schools and ground them in 
the rudiments. On the north side of the river the Sisters of St. Joseph con- 
duct the Immaculate Heart Academy, a school for young ladies, which has 
about one hundred pupils and which offers among other courses an unex- 
celled course in music. In addition to the public schools there are two 
orphanages, one conducted by the Roman Catholic Sisters of St. Joseph 
and the other controlled by a board of trustees, which offer courses of study 
to children whose parents are either dead or unable to care for them. These 
orphanages, known respectively as the Jefferson County and St. Patrick's, 
have done much commendable charitable work. 

Two daily evening newspapers each receiving the service of the As- 
sociated Press, three semi-weekly and two weekly newspapers give the 
people of Watertown and vicinity the news "while it is news." 

In charitable institutions Watertown has kept pace with the demand. 
The two orphanages have been referred to. There are in addition two 
hospitals, one the "House of the Good Samaritan," better known as the City 
hospital, having been established in 1 88 1 largely through the earnest and 
untiring efforts of the ladies of Trinity and Grace Episcopal churches, and 
the other, St. Joachim's hospital, being conducted by the Roman Catholic 
Sisters of Mercy. Both give excellent service and each has a training 
school where nurses are fitted for their life work of mercy and care. At 
the City hospital during the year closing October I, 1907, seven hundred 
and three patients received treatment. The Henry Keep Home, founded 
by Mrs. Henry Keep Schley as a memorial to her husband in 1856, was 
built as a home for the aged and infirm who have no other home. A small 
fee is charged at admittance and thereafter the inmates are supported by the 
income from several office buildings which has been set aside for that pur- 
pose. Just outside the city limits, in the town of Pamelia, is the Jefferson 
County alms-house. 

The municipal government of Watertown is vested in a Mayor, a 
President of the Common Council and a Common Council or Board of 
Aldermen, consisting of two representatives from each of the six wards of the 
city. All city officials are elected for two years. The police department 
is composed of a chief, at present Gaylord L. Baxter, two sergeants, and 
fifteen patrolmen. The fire department, which consists of a chief, an 
assistant chief, four captains and twenty-eight men, has three companies in 

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commission and considerable up-to-date apparatus for fire fighting. The 
police and fire departments have both made enviable records m the past. 
A board of education, a board of water commissioners, a board of public 
works and boards of safety and health complete the list of city boards. The 
members of the last three bodies are appointed by the Mayor. Members 
of the boards of education and water commissioners are elected. 

Of the numerous manufacturing plants, the largest in Watertown is the 
plant of the New York Air Brake Company which employs about 
2,700 men and which is one of the two concerns in the United States 
manufacturing air brakes. The business of this company has grown ^yon- 
derfully and its presence in Watertown has done not a little in the develop- 
ment and expansion of the city. Four carriage companies, the H. H. 
Babcock, the Union Carriage and Gear Company, the Watertown Carnage 
Company and the Excelsior Carriage Company annually turn out a quantity 
of wagons and vehicles of every description which find their way to all 
known parts of the globe. Two flour and feed mills, those of Farwell & 



THE CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK 

Rhines and A. H. Herrick & Son, the J. B. Wise lock factory, the Bagley 
& Sewall Company, manufacturers of paper making machinery, the George 
A. Lance foundry, the paper mills of the Taggart Brothers and the 
Knowlton Brothers and the Watertown silk mill and the Nill & Jess 
bakery are only a few of the numerous manufacturing establishments along 
the banks of the Black River. 

The five National banks of the city showed on August 22, 1907, a 
total capital and surplus of $1,661,034 and deposits of $4,806,983.39. 
There are in addition two savings banks, deposits and surplus $ 1 0,000,000. 
All of the banks declare semi-annual dividends and have done so many years. 

The growth of a city's business may be gauged by the increase of 
receipts at the post office and,' judged by this standard, Watertown has 
grown rapidly, for in 1905 the receipts were $72,203.14. This was in- 
creased to $82,535.48 in 1906, while in 1907 the total receipts were 
$85,476.21. 

In 1907 the city tax list showed taxable property to a valuation of 
$ I 4,2 I 7,600. The city tax rate is limited to $ 1 7.00 on $ 1 ,000. 

The chief residential section of Watertown lies on the southern side 
of the Black River and here may be found homes which are unsurpassed for 
beauty, comfort and in many cases for luxury. Washington street, a broad 
asphalt paved avenue lined on either side with stately trees has on each side 
scores of palatial and beautiful private residences. Many of the streets leading 
hom Washington street rival that thoroughfare in point of beautiful homes 
but none can quite match it, for indeed its equal would be hard to find. 

In its social organizations Watertown is fortunate. The Black River 
Valley Club has a handsome club house on Washington street and a mem- 
bership of about 300, this being the leading purely social club in the city. 

There is a Chamber of Commerce, which has done much toward 
promoting the interests of the people of Northern New York and which 
has a membership of nearly five hundred. The Young Men's Christian 
Association has a flourishing branch with five hundred members and the 
Railroad branch of the same association has a building in Watertown. The 
Jefferson County Agricultural Society owns spacious grounds in the city 
limits and for eighty-nine years has been holding annually a county fair. 
The Lincoln League, a Republican club for men, has a membership of over 
one thousand and well fitted club rooms. The Municipal Improvement 
League, recently organized, has done much towards beautifying the city. 

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Black River below Mill Street Bridge 

Of sporting organizations, the Crescent Yacht Club and the Jefferson 
County Golf Club stand out prominently. Practically every secret order 
in America has a lodge in Watertown. A company of the National guard 
and a state armory are also in the city. 

Not the least attractive feature of the city is the fact that it is in close 
proximity to some of the most delightful summer resorts in the world. 
Clayton, Alexandria Bay, Cape Vincent and the Thousand Islands, match- 
less spots in summer, are within a two hours' ride of Watertown. The 
famous resorts of the Adirondacks are only a short distance away and 
Chaumont, beautifully situated on the shores of Lake Ontario fourteen miles 
from Watertown, is rapidly forging its way into the front rank as a summer 
resort. There are also countless other nearby spots which offer attractions 
for visitors during odd moments and all told the seeker after a place m 
which to make a home could search much farther and fare much worse 
than he would do should he settle down in Watertown and link his fortunes 
and destinies with those of the leading city of Northern New York. 

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THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

OFFICERS 

President, 

FOSTER P. RHINES 

I St Vice-President, 2nd Vice-President, 

WILLIAM H. MOORE WILLIAM J. MILLS 

3rd Vice-President, Treasurer, 

ELI W. HERRICK EDWARD N. SMITH 

Secretary, 

GEO. R. HANFORD 
BOARD OF MANAGERS 

FOR ONE YEAR 

Charles H. Anthony Silas L. George 

George H. Babcock Carl W. Haas 

Wooster O. Ball Stanley E. Hunting 

John N. Carlisle Frank L. Massey 

James V. Cleveland L. Jay McDonald 

Stephen R. Cleveland Willard D. McKinstry 

William W. Conde George W. White 
J. Munson Gamble 

FOR TWO YEARS 

Hiram S. Arthur Fred George 

Jacob F. Amos Elliott K. Harroun 

Sylvanus V. Barker David D. Kieff 

Charles E. Brown Francis H. Lamon 

Oliver B. Cadwell Carl Nill 

Charles W. Clare Fred J. Trinder 

Henry Eager James B. Wise 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

EXECUTIVE AND FINANCE-Silas L. George, Chairman; Fred George. Charles 
H. Anthony, Carl W. Haas, Frank L.. Massey, Sylvanus V. Barker, J Munson 
Gamble. 

PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT— Stephen R. Cleveland, Chairman; Anson' R. Flower, 
Wooster O. Ball, James B. Wise, Fred J. Trinder, John N. Carlisle, Henry E. 
Baker. 

TRADES AND MANUFACTURES— Charles E. Brown, Chairman; George C. 
Baker, Elliott K. Harroun, Fred J. Amos, Henry N. Butterworth, Hiram S. 
Arthur, Charles W. Clare. 

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RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION— William W. Conde, Chairman; George 

H. Babcock, Byron B. Taggart, Stanley E. Hunting, William M. Pruyn, George 

C. Sherman, James H. Galen. 
LEGISLATION— Willard D. McKinstry, Chairman ; Elon R. Brown, Francis M. Hugo, 

DeWitt C. Middleton, George H. Cobb, Leonard L. Allen, Oliver B. Cadwell. 
INSURANCE -George W. White, Marcus H. Rice. Samuel Felt, G. Seymour Knowl- 

ton, Charles H. Hyde, William J. Shepard, Matthew M. Bagg. 
MEMBERSHIP— Francis H. Lamon, Chairman; John J. Allen, Leonard L. Allen, 

George N. Brown, Clinton D. Hodge, Carl Nil!, Nicholas D. Yost. 
ENTERTAINMENT— Fred J. Trinder, Chairman; Kad George, Lewis R. Washburn. 

Fred W. Streeter, G. Bradford Kemp. Leland G. Woolworth. Dr. Delancey B. 

Armstrong. 
STATISTICS AND PUBLICATION— Carl W. Haas, Chairman; Orville E. Hunger- 

ford, Charles W. Clare, Albert E. Frost, Jerome E. Lewis, Addison B. Parker, 

Robert Lansing. 
WATER SUPPLY AND PUBLIC HEALTH -Stanley E. Hunting, Chairman; 

Dr. Charles N. Bibbins, Charles D. Bingham, Charles E. Eaton, Frank A. Hinds. 

Henry W. Stebbins, Dr. Charles M. Rexford. 

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BY-LAWS OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 



ARTICLE I 

This organization shall lu- known as the Chamber of Commerce, of 
Watertown, New York, 

ARTICLE 11 

OBJECT. 

The object of this Association is to foster the present business insti- 
tutions of this city, induce new enterprises to locate in, and to promote 
the general welfare of Watertown. 

ARTICLE 111 

MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS. 

Sec. I. Any person, firm or corporation interested in the growth 
and general prosperity of our city and vicinity, shall be eligible to mem- 
bership on the payment of the annual dues. 

Sec. 2. All applications for membership in this Association must be 
made in writing, or printed form, bearing his or their signature, and ac- 
companied by the amount of the annual dues. 

Sec. 3. The annual dues of the Association shall be five dollars pay- 
able in advance, to the Secretary on c.r before the date of the annual 
meeting in each year. 

Sec. 4. Each membership shall be entitled to one vote. 

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ARTICLE IV 



MEETINGS. 

Sec. I. The annual meeting of the Association shall be held on the 
hrst Thursday of May. 

Sec. 2. Special meetings may be called by the President at such 
times, as, in his opinion, the interests of the Association demand, and 
must also be called by the Secretary upon the written request of five 
or more members in good standing, and every member must be notified 
thereof by mail, at least twenty-four hours before the time appointed for 
such meeting. Ten members of the Association shall constitute a quorum. 

ARTICLE V 

OFFICERS. 

The ofiicers of this Association shall be a President, three Vice- 
Presidents, a Treasurer and a Secretary, who with thirty managers shall 
constitute its Board of Managers. 

ARTICLE Vi 

ELECTIONS. 

All officers, except the Secretary, shall be elected by ballot at the 
annual meeting for the following terms, viz : The President, three Vice- 
Presidents, and a Treasurer for one year; at the first annual meeting 
of the Association, fifteen managers for one year, and fifteen for two 
years, and at each succeeding annual meeting fifteen managers for a 
term of two years ; all officers shall hold over until their successors are 
elected. The Secretary, who shall have no vote on the Board, shall be 
chosen by the Board of Managers, and hold office at its pleasure, at such 
compensation as from time to time shall be agreed upon. 

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ARTICLE VII 

treasurer's and secretary's bonds. 

The Treasurer and Secretary shall give bond in an amount to satisfy 
the Board of Managers. 

ARTICLE VIII 

presidents and vice presidents. 

The President, or in his absence the Vice Presidents in the order 
of their seniority, shall preside at all meetings of the Association and 
Board of Managers. 

ARTICLE IX 
secretary. 

The Secretary shall keep a record of all the proceedings of the As- 
sociation and the Board of Managers, receive all moneys due the Associa- 
tion, and promptly pay the same to the Treasurer. He shall keep an 
account of all receipts and disbursements, a complete register of the 
name and address of each member, and make a report at each annual 
meeting and at such other times as the officers shall require. He shall 
give prompt notice of all meetings of the Association, and to all commit- 
tees of their appointment, and perform such other duties as shall tend 
to promote the object for which the Association is organized. He 
shall also turn over all vouchers, books and other property in his posses- 
sion, belonging to the Association, to his successor, or the Board of 
Managers on retiring from office. 

ARTICLE X 

treasurer. 

The Treasurer shall receive all moneys from the Secretar}- giving 
his receipt thereof, and deposit the same in such banks as the Board of 
Managers shall direct. He shall pay all bills properly signed by the 
Secretary and audited by the Finance Committ-ee, and shall make re- 
port at each annual meeting and at such other times as the Board of 
Managers shall direct. He shall also turn over to his successor, or the 
Board of Managers, all moneys, books, papers, and other property in his 
possession belonging to the Association, and he shall be subject to removal 
by the Board of Managers for any neglect of duty 

ARTICLE XI 

THE BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

The various interests of the city shall be represented by the Board 
of Managers, a majority of whom shall, at all times, consist of merchants 
and manufacturers. The Board shall have the control and management 
of the affairs, funds and property of the Association, and in such control 
and management, may do any act not inconsistent with the Constitution 
and By-Laws. 

ARTICLE XII 

committees. 
Sec. I. The following standing committees consisting of seven mem- 
bers each, shall be appointed by the President. The Chairman of each 
committee shall be selected from the Board of Managers. 

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The City Hall 



Executive and Finance Committee. 
Public Improvement Committee. 
Committee on Trade and Manufactures. 
Railroad and Transportation Committee. 
Committee on Legislation. 
Insurance Committee. 
Membership Committee. 
Entertainment Committee. 
Committee on Statistics and Publication. 
Other committees may be appointed from time to tune as they are 
deemed necessary. The standing committees shall report as the Board 
of Managers may request. 

Sec. 2. The Executive and Finance Committee shall be appointed 
from the Board of Managers. 

Sec. 3. The Board of Managers shall have power to fill any vacancj' 
that may occur in its own membership, until the next annual meeting, 
when, by an election, a successor shall be chosen for the unexpired term. 

ARTICLE XIII 
Executive and ein.\nce committee. 
The Executive and Finance Committee, together with the President, 



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shall see that the Secretary and Treasurer perform their duties. This 
Committee shall pass upon all bills and claims presented to the Board 
for payment, audit the accounts of the Secretary and Treasurer, and 
make an examination of their books at the expiration of their terms of 
office. It shall have the general care of the financial affairs of the 
Board, and submit a written report at least twice in each year, and at 
such other times as the Board of Managers may direct. 

ARTICLE XIV 

ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE. 

It shall be the duty of the Entertainment Committee to furnish at 
each regular meeting of the Association, some subject promotive of the 
Association. 

ARTICLE XV 

Expulsions- 

The Board of Managers shall have the power to expel any member 
for non-payment of dues, or for any conduct unbecoming a member of 
such an Association. 

ARTICLE XVI 

MEETINGS OF BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

Sec. I. The regular meetings of the Board of Managers shall be 
held on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, and special 
meetings may be called by the President, or three members of the Board 
of Managers, whenever in his or their opinion, the interests of the Asso- 
ciation demand. 

Sec. 2. Seven members shall constitute a quorum. 

Sec. 3. The order of business shall be as follows: 

1. Reading of minutes. 

2. Report of Secretary. 

3. Reports of Standing Committees. 

4. The reports of Special Committees. 

5. Unfinished business. 

6. New business. 

7. Adjournment. 

The order of business for the regular meetings of the Association 
shall be the same as for the Board of Managers. 

ARTICLE XVII 

AMENDMENTS. 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended by an affirmative 
vote of a majority of the members present, and voting at any regular 
meeting of the Association, provided that the Secretary shall cause a copy 
of the proposed amendments to> be mailed to the members at the same 
time with a notice of the meeting, which notice shall be at least ten 
days before the meeting at which said amendment is to be acted on, and 
provided further that said proposed amendment shall have been ap- 
proved by the Board of Managers at a meeting of said Board; except 
that at the annual meeting, when such proposed amendment shall not 
require the approval of the Board of Managers. 

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LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 



Adams, Charles L. 
Agricultural Insurance Co. 
Allen, Leonard L. 
Allen, W. Clyde 
Allen, William J. 
Amos, Fred J. 
Anderson, David M. 
Anthony, Charles II. 
Anthony, Edwin Z. 
Armstrong. DeLancey B. 
Arthur, Hiram S. 
Awde, Albert E. 
Babcock, George H. 
Babcock, Henry H. 
Babcock, Lamont M. 
Bagg. Matthew M. 
Baird. John S. 
Baker, George C. 
Baker, Henry E. 



Surrogate. 

W. H. Stevens, President. 

Watertown Standard. 

Freight Agent. 

Boots and Shoes. 

Paper Manufacturer. 

do. 
Dry Goods. 
Insurance. 
Dentist. 

Stoves and Plumbing. 
Life Insurance. 
Carriage Manufacturer. 
Lawyer. 
Wood Dealer. 
Paper Manufacturer. 
Jeweler. 
Grocer. 
City Engineer. 



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THE CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK 



Baldwin, Fred A 
Ball, William B. 
Ball, Wooster O. 
Ballard, Thomas T. 
Baltz, George H. 
Bannister, Clarence M. 
Barbour, J. Edward 
Barker, Sylvanus V. 
Barney, William F. 
Baron, J. Victor 
Barron, William D. 
Bartels Brewing Co. 
Bartlett, Lloyd G- 
Barry, Frank 
Baxter, Gaylord L. 
Belden, Stacy B. D. 
Bennett Brothers. 
Bennett, Fred A. 
Bents, Bushnell & Co. 
Bermingham, E. Fred 
Bert & Green, 
Bibbins, Charles N. 
Bigham, Peter, 
Bigham, Thomas, 
Bingham, Charles D. 
Bishop, Orvis J. 
Bohl, Edward H. 
Bolger, Andrew 
Bosworth. Fr;'nk M. 
Box, William R. 
Box-Donaldson Co. 
Boyer, Henry W. 
Bradley, James H. 
Bradley. Thomas IT. 
Breen, Isaac R. 
Breen, Nathaniel F. 
Brennan & O'Brien 
Bretch, George P. 
Brewer, Charles H. 
Briggs, John S- 
Brothers, Silas L. 
Brown, Charles E. 
Brown, D. S- Co. 
Brown, Elon R. 
Brown, George N. 
Brown, Lloyd E., 
Buck, Robert J. 
Buchholz, Charles E. 
Burns, Celestine C. 
Burns, Thomas 
Bushnell, Loren 
Butterworth, Henry N. 
Butterworth, William H. 
Bver & Susskind, 



Lawyer. 

Harness Maker. 

Paper Manufacturer. 

Poultry Breeder. 

Coal and .Agricultural Implements. 

Millinery. 

Watertown Milk Co. 

Bee Hive Store. 

Brewing Co. 

St. Regis Paper Co. 

American Paint and Roofing Co. 

Fred E. Beebe, Agent. 

Locksmith. 

Public Service Commission. 

Chief of Police. 

Insurance. 

Clothing. 

Florist. 

Hardware. 

Sulphite Manufacturer. 

Furniture Manufacturers. 

Physician. 

Contractor. 

do. 
Bagley & Sewall C^ 
Real Estate. 
Grocer. 

Grocer and Meat Dealer. 
Paper Manuacturer. 
L'ndertakcr. 

do. 
New York Air Brake Co. 
Powers Book & Paper Co. 
Hardware. 
Lawyer. 

do. 
Contractors. 
Wall Paper. 

Watertown Spring Works. 
Carbonated Beverages. 
Tobacco and Cigars. 
Union Carriage and Gear Co. 
Harness Manufacturers. 
Lawyer. 

Insurance and Real Estate. 
The Chronicle. 

Post Master and Coal Dealer. 
Coal Dealer. 
Contractor. 
Veterinary Surgeon . 
Dry Goods. 
Hatters and turriers. 

_ do. 
Furniture. 



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THE CITY OF WATERTOWN. NEW YORK 





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Comity Office Building 



Cadwell, Oliver B. 
Cahill, Daniel W. 
Calen & Co. 
Calkins, Frederick R. 
Calkins. J. Herbert 
Camp, George V. S. 
Camp, Walter H. 
Campbell, Alexander & Co. 
Campbell, James E. 
Campbell & Lewis, 
Cannon, Gilbert, 
Carlisle, Floyd L. 
Carlisle, John N. 
Carpenter, John M. 
Carpenter, Jr. Levi 
Carpenter, Theodore J. 
Carroll, Herman D. 
Case & Folsom, 
Gasler, Raymond F. 
Chapman, Arthur L. 
Chapman. Eugene A. 
Charlebois, Edwin G. 



Dry Goods 

Druggist. 

Fruits, wholesale. 

Physician. 

Typewriter?. 

Jefferson Countv National Bank. 

do. 
Dry Goods. 
Paper ^lanufacturer. 
Plumbers. 
Physician. 
Lawver. 

do 
Excelsior Carriage Co. 
Contractor. 

Cigars and Pool Room. 
Contractor. 
Lumber. 
Dentist. 
Lawyer. 
Physician. 
Lumber. 



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THE CITY OF WATERTOWN. NEW YORK 



Chase, Lloyd G. 
Cheeseman, Byron C. 
Christie, Cornelius 
Clare, Charles W. 
Clark, Brayton G. 
Clark, George F. 
Clement, Frederick P. 
Cleveland, James V. 
Cleveland, Milo L- 
Cleveland, Stephen R. 
Cobb, George H. 
Coe, George A. 
Cohen, Simon A. 
CoUings. Capt. W. A. Inc. 
Comstock, Clarence E. 
Conboy, John 
Conde, William W. 
Connell & Rice. 
Cooke, Fred E. 
Cooley, Frederick H. 
Coon, John H. 
Cooper, Jerome B. 
Corcoran, James W. 
Cornwell, Demertis L. 
Cornwell, Fay D. 
Coughlin, Jeremiah 
Crawe, J. Mortimer 
Davenport, Sherman 1 l. 
Davis, Frank G. 
Daily Credit Reporters, 
Day, Lewis W. 
Deane, Henry H. 
DeCant, Lincoln G. 
DeLong, Merritt E. 
Denny, Harry N. 
Dexter, Henry C. 
Dewey, Lonis B. 
Eager, Henry, 
Eastern Tablet Co. 
Easton, G. R. C. & C. S. Co. 
Eaton, Charles E. 
Elithar]), Edsnn P. 
Ellis, Hyman, 
Elmer, Fred M. 
Elsworth, Edward W. 
Emmerich, Charles E. 
Empsall, Frank A. 
Farmer, Grosvenor S. 
Farwell, Frederick R. 
Felt, Samuel 
Fisher, Ira W. 
Flower, Anson R. 
Flynn, Bartholomew, 
Foley, John E. 

Pap;e 24 



Printing. 

Physician. 

Supt. R. W. & O. Division. 

Watcrtown Re-Union. 

Clerk City Court. 

Paper Manufacturer. 

Black River Bending Co. 

Wholesale Grocer, J. & M. 

Contractor. 

do 
Lawyer and State Senator. 
Dentist. 

Furniture and Stoves. 
Truss Manufactorv. 
G. N. W. Telegraph. 
Lawyer. 
Hardware. 

do 
News Dealer. 
Real Estate. 

Manager Hotel Hardiman. 
Lawyer. 

Stoves and Plumbing. 
Wholesale Grocer. 
Architect. 

Watertown Herald. 
Physician. 
Clothing. 

Supt. Babcock Co. 
John J. Allen, Manager. 
Wholesale Grocer. 
Physician. 
Insurance. 
Bookkeeper. 
Watertown Motor Co. 
Chair Manufacturer. 
Lawyer. 

Eager Electric Co. 
Tablet Manufacturer. 
Cheese and Cold Storage. 
Mechanical Engineer. 
Boots and Shoes. 
Clothing. 

Fruits and Confectionery. 
Norwood Paper Co. 
Cigar Manufacturer. 
Dry Goods. 
Physician. 
Flouring Mills. 
Druggist. 
Roofing. 
Banker. 
Undertaker. 
Stoves and Hardware. 



THE CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK 




The Roswell /'. Flower Memorial Library 



Frasier, George H. 
Frost, Albert E. 
Fuller, Cassius A. 
Gamble, J. Munson 
Gardner, Charles O. 
Gates, Edward M. 
Gates, Harrj- B. 
George, Frederick, 
George, Karl 
George, Silas L- 
Gibson, Reginald 
Gilgan, Joseph J. 
Gill & Grant, 
Gilman, William H. 
Gilmore, James A. 
Gleason, George H. 
Goodale, Henry D. 
Gould Brothers. 
Grand Union Tea Co. 
Grapotte, O. F. & Son, 
Gra}', Chauncey W. 
Green, James L- 
Green, Warren J. 
Greenleaf, Louis C. 
Grems, Harry B. 
Griffin, Morris, 
Guilfoyle, Dennis E. 
Guntsman, John, 
Haas, Carl W. 
Hall, Alonzo A. 
Hall, Filonzo P. 



Capitalist. 

Lumber. 

Bottler. 

Paper Manufacturer. 

Manufacturer. 

Watertown Carriage Co. 

Meat Dealer. 

Dry Goods. 

do 
Jeweler. 
Laundry. 
Electrician. 
Saloon. 
Lawyer. 

Merchant, Dexter, N. Y. 
Plumbing. 
Insurance. 

Agricultural Implements. 
C. G. Burr, Manager. 
Grocers. 
Builder. 
Liquor. 
Electrician. 
Grocer. 
Saloon. 
Real Estate. 
Undertaker. 
Music Teacher. 
Retired Shoe dealer. 
Restaurant. 
Millinery. 



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THE CITY OF WATERTOWN. NEW YORK 



Hall, John VV. 

Haller & Jones, 

Hanchette, William D. 

Hanford, George R. 

Harbottle Co., The 

Hardiman. Michael J. 

Hardy, Henry A. 

Harmon, H. Edgar, 

Harroun, J. E. & Son, 

Hathway, William H. 

Hayes^ Burton S. 

Haynes, James H. B. 

Healy & Chambers, 

Herkimer. Edward, 

Herrick, Charles C. 

Herrick, EU W. 

Herring, William P. 

Hine, Omar A. 

Hinds, Frank A. 

Hinds, Oscar E. 

Hodge. Clinton D. 

Holbrook, Charles E. 

Holstein, Abram J. 

Howes, Willis H. 

Hoyt, Henry A. 

Hubbard, Byron V. 

Hugo, Francis M. 

Hudson, Paul B. 

Huested. Herbert R. 

Hungerford, Orville E. 

Hungerford, Richard S. 

Hunt, Isaac L. 

Hunting, Stanley E- 

Huntington, J. Frederick, 

Hyde Brothers, 

Hyi.and, William B. 

Irvin, Everett B. 

Ice Company of Watertown, The 

Jess, Henry, 

Johnson, Eli B. 

Johnson, Sherman W. 

Johnston, Eoren R. 

Jones, William C. 

Keenan, Charles G. 

Kellogg, Virgil K. 

Kellow, William J. 

Kemp, G. Bradford, 

Kieff, David D. 

Kimball Directory Co., 

King. Ferdinand P. 

Klump, George W. 

Knowlton, George S. 

Knowlton, George W. 

Knowlton, John C. 



Central N. Y. Telephone Co. 

Pianos. 

Central N. Y. Telephone Co- 

Sec. Chamber of Commerce. 

Stoves and Plumbing. 

Furniture. 

Second Hand Store. 

Knowlton Bros. Co. 

Lumber, wholesale. 

Nat. Bank & Loan Co. 

Commercial Traveler. 

Optical Company. 

Plumbers. 

Meat Dealer. 

Druggist. 

Flouring Mills. 

Paper Manufacturer. 

Insurance. 

Civil Engineer. 

do 
Contractor. 
Printer. 
Clothing. 

Paper Manufacturer. 
Physician. 
Real Estate. 
Mayor and Lawyer. 
Real Estate. 
Photographer. 
Printer. 
Capitalist. 

Prcs. Watertown Savings Bank. 
Plumbers Supplies, wholesale. 
Dentist. 

Stoves and Plumbing. 
Harness Maker. 
Roofing. 
Ice Dealers. 
Bakery and Cigars. 
County Clerk. 
Masons Supplies. 
Manager, Woodruff House. 
Contractor. 
General Store. 
Lawyer. 
Physician. 

City National Bank. 
Architect. 
Publishers. 
Clothing. 
Boots and Shoes. 
Paper Manufacturer. 

do 
Banker. 



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THE CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK 




A Glimpse in the City I '. i 



Lance. George A. 
Lamon, Francis H. 
Lane, John R. 
Lansing. Addison F. 
Lansing, A. Ten Eyck, 
Lansing, Robert. 
Lansing, Stuart D. 
Lascaris, Louis^ 
Leak, Henry B. 
Leak, William H. 
Lebovsky, Jacob, 
Lefebvre, A. Henry, 
Lennon & Clarke, 
Lewis, Jerome E. 
Loomis, Frank J. 
Lucas, John \V. & Son. 
Mayhew, Fred W. 
Mange, John I. 
Marrian, Joseph, 
Martin, Bruce F. 
Martin, Edward P. 
Massey, George B. 
Massev Machine Co. 
Metcalf, Bailey H. 



Foundry. 

Watertown Times. 

Watertown Thermometer Works. 

Architect. 

Jefferson County Savings Bank. 

Lawyer. 

Bagley & Sewall Co. 

Confectionery. 

Supt. Excelsior Carriage Co. 

Dentist. 

Clothing. 

Black River Traction Co. 

Harnesses and Trunks. 

Grocer. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

Meat Dealers. 

County Treasurer. 

Mangr. Electric Li.sht Co. 

American Hotel. 

Deputy Post Master. 

Gentleman. 

Pres. Jefferson Co. National Bank. 

Machine Shop. 

Crowner House. 



Pa?e 27 



THE CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK 



iMiddleton, DeWitt C. 
Miller, Delevan S. 
Miller, James R. 
Mills, William J. 
Miner, George W. 
Mitchell, Lucian C. 
Moore, Frank L. 
Moore, Fred H. 
Moore, Louis W. 
Moore, William H. 
Mosher, Edmvmd G. 
Mo we, George H. 
Alullin, J. M. 
Munk, Andrew W. 
Murray, Edward H. 
Muzzy, John B. 
MacComber, George B. 
McCartin, George S. 
McCarthy, Charles J. 
McCaw, Tames F. 
McCreary, Elgin R. 
McDonald, L. Jay. 
McHale, Thomas H. 
IMcKinstry, Willard D 
McLeod, Donald M. 
Neuroth. John 
Newton. Tames L. 
Nill, Carl 
Nill, John 
Nill Paul G. 
Norton, Phi. 
O'Brien, Frank, 
Olsen, Jan A. 
Olean, Frank W'. 
Paddock. Frank S. 
Parker, Addison B. 
Parker, George B. 
Paterson, John M. 
Pawling. John R. 
Payne, \\'inthrop B. 
Peck, Carson C. 
Pendergast, John E. 
P'.elps, Austin A. 
Phelps, Jason I. 
Pierce, Frank 1). 
Pitcher, Fred B. 
Pitcher. Perley A. 
Place. William 
Prindle, Osbert S. 
Pruvn, William M. 
Puffer, Willard W. 
Purccll, Frank I\. 
Purcell, Henry^ 
Purser, Joseph, 

Page 28 



Pres. National Union Bank. 

Office Supplies. 

Clothing. 

Watertown Carriage Co. 

Powers Book and Paper Co. 

Accountant, J. B. Wise. 

Paper Manufacturer. 

Lawyer. 

Ten Cent Store. 

do 
Insurance. 
Plumbing. 
Wonderland. 
Printer. 
Crockery. 
Lawyer. 

do 

do 
Engineers Hotel. 
Physician. 

do 
Grocer. 
Contractor. 
Watertown Times. 
Merchant Tailor. 
Furniture. 

Paper Manufacturer. 
Mechanical Bakery. 

do 
Merchant Tailor. 
Jeff. Co. Nat. Bank. 
Printer. 

Merchant Tailor. 
Commercial Traveler. 
Real Estate. 
Lodge Record. 
Dentist. 

Boots and Shoes. 
Insurance. 
Dentist. 

Woolworth Syndicate. 
Restaurant. 

First Nat. Bank, De.xter, N. Y. 
Wall Paper. 
Plumbing Supplies. 
Lawyer. 

do 
Liquors. 
Real Estate. 
Grocer, wholesale. 
Marble Dealer. 
Lawyer. 

do 
Coal Dealer. 



THE CITY OF WATERTOWN, NEW YORK 




The Chiidreii's Wading Pool at tlie City Park 



Redmond, Frank P. 
Reese, John A. 
Reeves, George W. 
Remington, Charles 11. 
Remington Clothins" Cc 
Rexford. Charles M. 
Rhines, Charles F. 
Rhines, Frank J. 
Rhines, Fred R. 
Rhines, Foster P. 
Rich, D. A. & Son, 
Richter, August F. 
Rider, Clinton W. 
Riley. Philip., 
Riordan, Oria E. 
Roberts & Son. 
Rogers, Milton M. 
Rogers, Watson M. 
Root, Francis H. 
Rothenherg & Wolf, 
Rothstein, Julius, 
Rvan. Stenhen R. 



DepuLV City Treasurer. 

Meat Dealer. 

City Judge and Lawyer. 

Paper Manufacturer. 

Clothing. 

Physician. 

Flouring Milis. 

do 

do 

do 
Furniture. 

Treas. Stebbins Engineering Co- 
Coal and Wood. 
Coal Desler. 
Real Estate. 
Grocers. 
Druggist. 

Justice, Supreme Court. 
Watertown Sand Brick Co. 
Clothing. 
Theatorium. 
Liquors. 



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THE CITY OF WATERTOWN. NEW YORK 



Ryder, Archie ( 
Sargent, Fred v'. 
Schuyler, Chanes L- 
Seaver & Peck, 
Senecal, George P. 
Sexsmith, William R. 
Sheldon, Arthur P. 
Shepard, William J. 
Sherman Bros. 
Sherman, Charles N. 
Sherman, George C. 
Silverman, Philip, 
Silverman, Charles S. 
Simonet, Jerome, 
Simpson Bros. 
Slater, Fred E. 
Sloat, Charles W. 
Small, Mitchell, 
Smith, Charles.. 
Smith, Edward N. 
Smith, Fred B. 
Smith, Fred C. 
Smith, George C. 
Smith, Herbert L. 
Smith, J. Monroe 
Smith, James R. 
Smith, M. Lee, 
Smith, Wm. Hannibal, 
Solomon & Epstein, 
Solomon, Max^ 
Solar, John A. 
Spencer, James D. 
Sprague, Charles H. 
Stebbins, George A. 
Stebbins, Henry W. 
Stebbins, William C. 
Steele, Clarence S. 
Steele, Harvey W. 
Sterling, Edward B. 
Sterling, John 
Stoeckle, Aloyse 
Strauch, Luy 
Streeter, Fred W. 
Streeter, John C. 
Swan, Mason M. 
Taggart. Byron B. 
Taggart, Joseph W. 
Tassey. William R. 
Taylor, Bert rand L- 
Taylor, John B. 
Tilling. William A. 
Tirrell, Orial E. 
Thompson, Edward H. 
Tisdale, Frank S. 



Lawyer. 

Plumbing. 

Music Store. 

Insurance. 

Nill & Jess Co. 

Real Estate. 

Druggist. 

Insurance. 

Dry Goods. 

Foundry & Machine Shop. 

Paper Manufacturer. 

Ladies' Furnishings. 

Liquors. 

Mgr. Eastern Estate Tea Co. 

Saloon. 

Photographer. 

Lumber. 

Portraits. 

Meat Dealer. 

Lawyer. 

Physician. 

Jeweler. 

do 
Physician. 

do 
Furniture. 
Physician. 
Daily Standard. 
Jewelry & Hardware. 
Clothing. 
Contractor. 
Physician. 
Real Estate. 
Electrical Engineer. 
Mechanical Engineer. 
Mill Supplies 
Gentleman. 

Treas. Watertown Savings Bank. 
Paper Manufacturer. 
Books. 
Florist. 
Clothing. 
City Clerk. 
Real Estate. 
Lawyer. 
Paper Manufacturer. 

do 
H. H. Babcock Co. 
Wholesale Boots and Shoes. 
Gas and Electric Light Co. 
Cigar Manufacturer. 
Clothing. 
Retired Grocer. 
Supt. Public Schools. 



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THE CITY OF WATERTOWN, 



Townsend, George F. 
Treadwell, Brainard H. 
Trinder, Fred J. 
Tyler, Horace E. 
Upham, Samuel A. 
VanBuren, William H. 
VanDoren, George B. 
VanNamee, George R. 
Vary, Willet H. 
Venery, Peter D. 
Wardwell, Nathaniel P. 
Washburn, Lewis R. 
Watertown Marble Co. 
Watertown Pressed Brick Co. 
Watertown Tobacco Co: 
Weekes, John & Son Co. 
White., Ernest C. 
White & Sullivan, 
Whitney, Harry C. 
Wilcox, Browning A. 
Wilder, Solon, 
Wilson, Frank E. 
Wilson & Littlefield, 
Wilson & Mack, 
Wilmot, Burton C. 
Wise, James B. 
Woolworth, Leland C. 
Young, Claude H. 
Yost, Nicholas D. 



Contractor. 

Mill Supplies. 

Mangr. New York R 

Drayman. 

Paper Manufacturer. 

Furniture. 

Physician. 

Lawyer. 

Sec'y Jeff. Co. P. F. R. Ass'i. 

Merchant Tailor. 

Watertown National Bank. 

National Union Bank. 

Alexander C. Davie, Supt. 

E. G. Lewis, Sec'y and Treas. 

G. LeRoy Traver, Manager. 

Plumbers Supplies, wholesale. 

Physician. 

Lumber. 

Watertown Motor Co. 

Tobacco & Cigars. 

Retired Hotel Proprietor. 

Real Estate. 

Plumbing. 

Paper, wholesale. 

Hardware. 

Manufacturer Plumbers Goods. 

Furniture. 

Commercial Traveler. 

Lawyer. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Rev. Andrew M. Brodie, 

Rev. M. R. Bums, 

Rev. Yost Brandt, 

Rev. S. B. Gulp, 

Rev. Charles H. Dutton, 

Rev. Patrick J. Devlin, 

Rev. George H. Feltus, 

Rev. Moses H. Harris, 

Rev. Victor H. Lukens, 

Rev. D. F. Pierce, 

Rev. Charles L. Peck, 

Rev. S. Royet, 

Rev. Gilbert A. Shaw, 

Rev. Edward B. Simmons, 

Rev. J. Foster Wilcox, 



First Presbyterian Church. 

Church of the Holy Family. 

German Lutheran Church. 

Church of Christ. 

Emmannual Congregational Church. 

St. Patrick's Church, 

Hope Presbyterian Church. 

All Souls Universalist Church. 

Stone Street Presbyterian Church. 

Arsenal St. M. E. Church. 

State Street M. E. Church. 

Church of Our Lady of Sacred Heart 

Church of the Redeemer. 

Calvary Baptist Church. 

First Baptist Church. 



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