On MAY 9, 1892, “The Jewelers Weekly” mentioned J. H. H. Vosburgh’s remarkable collection of quartz crystals.
On April 26, 1928, Hartwick College plans for opening this fall with trustees approving to hold sessions In temporary quarters.
Mohawk Valley History: Excerpts from the Otsego Herald or Western Advertiser, April 20, 1797, from Cooperstown, New York.
The Johnstown Daily Republican reports on the San Francisco, Cal., April 18, 1906, earthquake that has dealt the city a staggering blow.
“THE FRANCHISE WAS RATIFIED. STREET CAR COMPANY AT LITTLE FALLS.” Headline from April 12, 1902, The Utica Observer.
Chorus from 5 Schools Takes Part In Area Music Festival, The Morris Chronicle, April 5, 1962 Morris, Otsego County, New York.
John Porteous was appointed postmaster at the little falls, and the post office was located in his store. The early mail was delivered once a week punctually by Adam Feeter.”
March 30, 1797, Cooney Archives
March 23, 1909: “Busy Times Down the Valley in Digging the Big Canal. The barge canal zone in this city will be a busy place this summer…”
Wife of Founder of Leland Stanford University Gave Two a Luxuriously Furnished House For a Year. Her Kindness to an Old Priest. Italian Admirer’s Tribute.
Born Joan Ruth Bader on March 15, 1933 in Brooklyn, NY, Ruth Bader Ginsburg served on the Supreme Court of the United States for 27 years.