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In Years Past

February 7, 2014
The Post-Journal

In 1914, the investigation of the charges against Dr. Daniel H. Arthur, superintendent of the Gowanda state hospital, was adjourned until the following Tuesday. There were two matters considered at the hearing the previous day. One was the alleged illegal appointment of James O. Bennett, the Chautauqua County Democratic leader, as steward at the hospital and the other was the length of Arthur's nightie. Neither of these issues were in evidence at the previous hearing but they were part of the record now.

 
 

 

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