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In Years Past

February 4, 2013
The Post-Journal

In 1938, the theft of 12 fur coats with a total value of $290 from an automobile parked at the corner of East Fourth and Pine streets in Jamestown was reported to local police early in the afternoon by Fred Federman of Monroe Street, Buffalo. Mr. Federman, a fur salesman, said he parked his car for less than an hour while he went to a restaurant for lunch. When he returned to his machine, two large cases containing the coats were gone, he told police.

 
 

 

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