The Press: Personal Prints

Geneseo is a pretty little town in the lush Genesee Valley of western New York. Around it lie the broad acres of James Wolcott Wadsworth Jr., onetime (1925-27) U. S. Senator and now a Representative whose family in the old days could travel all the way to Rochester, 30 mi. north, without setting foot off its own land. Depression has dealt lightly with Geneseo's 2,260 inhabitants, who work on farms or in the cannery & jam factory, or teach in the State Normal School, and deposit their money in the Wadsworth bank. Thriving...

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