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At Graduation Exercises In the Academy THE GOOD DONE BY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Woodstock Named From Town Near Oxford
The Hartford Courant (1887-1922) - Hartford, Conn.
Author: Special to The Courant
Date: Jun 20, 1914
Start Page: 13
Pages: 1
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Governor Baldwin arrived in Putnam at 1 o'clock this afternoon on his way to Woodstock where he addressed the graduating class of Woodstock Academy in the afternoon. A number of representative men of Putnam met him. Among them were State's Attorney Charles E. Searls, Sheriff...

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