The Press: Thirteenth Paper

New York's Rochester is a comfortable city. Its population, about 325,000, is not too large for its ample area; it is pleasantly near Lake Ontario; it typifies much of the sturdy Republicanism, the rural conservatism, which mark upstate New York. If it is a question of noted sons, Minnesota's tiny Rochester may boast her famed surgeons, the brothers Mayo, but New York's Rochester answers with Cameraman George Eastman and is content. Good music and much education contribute to its civic culture; civic cleanliness is upheld by the barbers and laundrymen, who set aside...

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