China Offers Great Market for U.S., Diplomat Says

Nov. 22, 1909, Marriage

Florence Newmark marries Sylvain Kauffman at 903 Beacon Ave.

Nov. 22, 1909, China

Nov. 22, 1909: Former Judge J.C. McNally, the U.S. consul to Nanjing, "expressed optimistic views of the commercial future of China and said that the country would be a network of railway lines within a few years" … a tong war breaks out in Sacramento … and artist Edith Garrigues displays paintings she did in Reno while establishing residency for a divorce. "The snow-capped Sierra Nevada scenes along the beautiful Truckee River, as well as picturesque spots in town, are among her subjects. Several of her finest pictures were sold," The Times says. 

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1 Response to China Offers Great Market for U.S., Diplomat Says

  1. fibber mcgee says:

    I’d love to know when The Times stopped using periods in headlines. My favorite is “Astor’s yacht (period)”. “Rivers are swollen (period)” is good, too.


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