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In Years Past

December 19, 2012
The Post-Journal

In 1912, merchants who felt the bad effect of warm weather at Christmas time were somewhat encouraged by the snow storm in Jamestown which started at an early hour of the morning and was still coming. It looked very much as though winter was at hand. The snow had been increasing in volume all day. By afternoon, there was a sufficient depth to suggest thoughts of sleighing. The weather indications were encouraging to those who wanted to see winter.

 
 

 

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