Vols. 42-57 (1930-1945) include separately paged reports of secretary-treasurer, auditor, roster of officials and other documents dealing with the activities of the Association.On the first train through on the main line the passengers were looking out of the windows to see the mountains of snow that were ... benedicts were coming up stairs in their stocking feet and found Fourth Vice President Wilson waiting for me at the depot. ... Was rudely pulled out of bed about midnight to bid good bye to Bro. Samuel Grace, who was going home to spend Christmas, and again rudely aroused by Business Agent Tom Devitt, of Denver, ... fourteen months of hard fighting.
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