Letter from Corydon D. Rose to E. S. Hughes, 1871 October 27
A letter from Corydon D. Rose to E. S. Hughes. Dated October 27, 1871. In this letter, County Chief Templar Rose reminds Hughes and the members of Utica Central Lodge, No. 240, that political discussion is prohibited within the walls of the lodge. Rose also informs the members of Utica Central Lodge that Lewis H. Babcock, the Democratic nominee for district attorney, has been disciplined for violating this obligation to the lodge.
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