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In Years Past

July 7, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, Anna A. Farnham of East Sixth Street, was injured this forenoon when she was struck by a Ford automobile driven by Albert Carlson of Buffalo. Carlson was driving west on East Third Street when he saw Farnham step off the curb in front of Anderson's Meat Market. He stopped his car and Farnham stopped. Thinking she saw him, he started again, running into her. Farnham was knocked to the pavement and received a scalp wound and several bruises. Luckily, however, the car did not pass over her. She was about 70 years of age. She was taken to her home where her injuries were attended by Dr. B.F. Illston.

 
 
 

 

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