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James Michael Curley Scrapbook (Volume B7)

James Michael Curley Scrapbook (Volume B7)

Source : Internet Archive

James Michael Curley Scrapbook (Volume B7)

James Michael Curley Scrapbook (Volume B7)

Source : Internet Archive

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Telegram tells the story of James Curley, the stock plunger. Very soon The Telegram will tell the story of James


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Telegram would like to have Mr. Curley tell the people where he makes his money. The people are interested and


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and a half million doh' James M. Curley, The , that despite these small! lar Massachusetts corporation. It has fact


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Ban The financial operations of.Mmes M. Curley in State Street, where he plunged in stocks like a millionaire,are no more


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John Curley as director?Or Is James M. Curley a at(Hi -holder? Surely he knows of .t"txe.,-orporation because his brother is.0


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it the Beacon Trust thatnamed John Curley as director?Or Is James M. Curley a at(Hi -holder? Surely he knows of


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Camp Devens, July 18-Mayor James H. Curley of Boston, Mayor Edward W. Quinn of Cambridge and Mayor John J.


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- Peters administration,- Mr Curley ex+ + + ,


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+ Take the history of James M. Curley.In business he made no impression, he never attempted to ,erter a profession.


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Did Mayor Curley, who last, Wednesday was on his way to Campi 'bevens by auto


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But John Curley is a dired:or and trustee! How does this happen?


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of Somerville. This concern has John J. Curley,brother of the mayor,and city treasurer,..as one director, and it has Henry Pierce


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Mayor James M. Curley of Boston ar'rived in camp about 1:30 today and passed most of


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does not, and yet J Mr Curley said that e ad been1


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la.st mayors, what's the use? Mr. Curley night for a week-end sail on a yacht. is and so could not


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During Mr Curley's absence at Hull yesterday the Mayor's office wcr: ,he aspect or "moving day,"


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-....pail IMM.1+11111011MMII Mayor James M. Curley returned to City Rah today, considerably re- HYDE PARK TOfreshed after his


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ed by Mayor lain, s M. Curley. Pawl%Met , Canoe l'Int) of l'cov iderwe was second I with an aggrertte


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ts. I. Mayor James M. Curley, 'ts + will be presented on beret' et' the city.


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conference at City Hall bottle/1%, James M. Curley and George H. er, general manager of the New England Telephone Company.


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he is at the. stun. Mr Curley, whose parents cam Brighton T


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Mr Curley named 'Joseph A:


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in Id ar-:of inunielby Mayor,James M. Curley, w 0 y directed, Francis P. Rock, suer endent ofsupplies, to revive the


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squarely up to Mayor .lames M. Curley when he asked the mayor if he could advance any reason why the


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Presidentd. whenmi 1 ilmiing And Mr. Curley were wtrm '-.+...


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was Thlit Is the Mayor James M. Curley Trophy to Be Given to the Winner of the A. A. U.


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as one of May., Jamea M. Curley's strongest soh porters In the Peninsula dieof:, diatuc..0 is laid.


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Mustapha Hett. ed the )isitors. Mr Curley gave a key to he city, whereupon the titian ra,sed oth bands'aloft and


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night, arriving early Wednesdav morning. Mrs. Curley will accompany her husband to the funeral.


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and his gallant allusion to Mrs Curley, whose inspiring fortitude he llecened to that of Mrs. Harding.


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l'' +,...1 the thing for Mrs Curley ,. . and no sell, then. l'll show YOU toy cerit S Member-hip


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nominatioo when 1 art'.',''art'.','' tt Mr Curley told Mrs Jolly.


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motor transport ow* MAYOR JAMES M. CURLEY, who will try to deceive a few Braves batters today at the Home


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Mr Curley characterizes the present labor difneultieo in the anthracite field as a + Irameup"


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jy Samuel Italesky, representing Mayor James M. Curley: lion Mho D. Stone, Isaac Harris, Abraham Alpert and Alexander BHT), The


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Increases of $100 except two. William F. Mayor Curley sent out a call for a Cronin., blueprinter, who is advapced


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indorsed the action of Mayor James M. Curley in endeavoring to secure the Army Base.


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Mr Curley was uncertain last night whether supplementary legislation would be needed for execution of


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Mayor James M. Curley, to recover an alleged balance of $15,486, due on stock transaction, put


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''t lionor :fames M. Curley for two things,'' - Mr. Kingdon declared. One of .


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Hamlin Company, suin3 Mayor James! M. Curley for $N,19,3 for money alleged Lc: due them on Curley's r+ tocki transactions


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200- Lb.Tackle James Michael Curley, Jr, son of Hastorp Mayor, tried to tackle a 200-pootta Boston Latin School'


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covering this change in policy. Mr Curley asserts, however, that he acts upon recommend-Ram of the trustees, and also upon


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4 at tne reeacet of Meyer Curley.


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best tradition betitre it lets Mr. Curley Wereesterize Boston. If C'urley cannot protect the right of free speech the tiovernoe


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and property now 'Therefore, I, James M. Curley, mayor of the city of Boston, do hereby declare and, proclaim the


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organization-which i has bitterly opposed Mr Curley In the past, which looks at him now with "o pedantic squint," and


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political purposes, and thus startitrouble," Mr Curley told reporters.I am now planning next year'sbudget, and special projects like the Fire


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ale Thomas Mr Curley told his visitor.


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ebeen at least a linzen. Mr Curley has Indicated that he Is willing to make aneffort to provide 14111tlerq-a funds


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Says Peters those of Mayor James M. Curley and to the building of the Strandway in, Ex-Mayor Peters said it


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upon Mayoralty succession in office, Mr Curley thought that If a Mae-or made good In one admin Istra Hon he


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history of Boston, and then Mr Curley gavli her husband a key to the city of Boston. remarking, incidentally, that


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for the mass ef citizens. Mr Curley thinkm that, in nistice, the rates should be readjusted downward very soon.


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Mr Curley has not received any rett-(Ion yet from the firemen, but has sim-ply been


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Be Unable to Play Football James M. Curley, Jr., Di-year-old son of the Mayor, is today confined to his home


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I Mr Curley hoe aglialed all along for this transfer, and feels that, in view of


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averse to accepting compliments from Meyer Curley and takee exception to a paragraph in the Mayor's letter replying to ,


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Club, Saturday at 1:15 P. M. Mayor Curley, Congressman Tague and Admiral + De Stelguer will be i nneakers at


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read a. letter from Mayor James M. Curley, which said in part-Roston University has lived up to the Ameri Can