A history of the New York Swamp . ic spirit.The Roman mother, Cornelia, when asked to dis-play her jewels, pointed to her sons. So can we,pointing to these fathers, claim them as ours. Letus cherish their example, emulate their noble qual-ities so that our successors may say of us, He, too,was a Swamper. A. Fuller Crane of Baltimore quoted the remarkof Gideon Lee, No business can be successfullycarried on unless both sides derive a mutual ben-efit. Although this was styled Annual Banquet, noother has been given by the New York hide andleather trade. Jackson S. Schultz called on Frank W. Nor-cr

A history of the New York Swamp . ic spirit.The Roman mother, Cornelia, when asked to dis-play her jewels, pointed to her sons. So can we,pointing to these fathers, claim them as ours. Letus cherish their example, emulate their noble qual-ities so that our successors may say of us, He, too,was a Swamper. A. Fuller Crane of Baltimore quoted the remarkof Gideon Lee, No business can be successfullycarried on unless both sides derive a mutual ben-efit. Although this was styled Annual Banquet, noother has been given by the New York hide andleather trade. Jackson S. Schultz called on Frank W. Nor-cr Stock Photo
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A history of the New York Swamp . ic spirit.The Roman mother, Cornelia, when asked to dis-play her jewels, pointed to her sons. So can we, pointing to these fathers, claim them as ours. Letus cherish their example, emulate their noble qual-ities so that our successors may say of us, He, too, was a Swamper. A. Fuller Crane of Baltimore quoted the remarkof Gideon Lee, No business can be successfullycarried on unless both sides derive a mutual ben-efit. Although this was styled Annual Banquet, noother has been given by the New York hide andleather trade. Jackson S. Schultz called on Frank W. Nor-cross for a speech, and Mr. Norcross spoke on thefuture of the trade. He said in part: It isclaimed that Cotton is King. That can now bechanged to Leather is King. At the end of thiscentury probably more than 70, 000, 000 of ourpeople will buy it, and no doubt with our tanningfacilities we shall supply the civilized world. Hisremarks w-ere received with applause. A book was passed around for signatures ofguests. These were obtained :. >^ ^*^<-^ ^f^tC^^

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