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THE SPY Published by the International
Apple Shippers' Association R. G. PHILLIPS, Secoy,
Rochester, N. Y. * ** ***********************
Rochester, N. Y., June, 1914
Address all communications to the Secretary as designated above
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The Twentieth Annual Convention
be called to order at 10 A. M. at Boston, Mass., Wednes-
There is no place like Boston. Many will take their vacation at this time. Don't be in a hurry. In addition to the Convention, which will occupy you fully during the three days, there are a thousand points of supreme interest both within and without the city which you should visit before returning home. There are Lexington and Concord, Plymouth Rock, Quincy, Duxbury, Provincetown, Marblehead, Salem, Gloucester, the Maine coast, the New Hampshire hills and lakes, the Berkshires, Faneuil Hall, Old State House, Old South Church, Old North Church, Boston Common, Bunker Hill, the home of Paul Revere, King's Chapel, the graves where rest the mighty dead of our early history, Cambridge, Harvard University, the homes of Longfellow, Lowell, Hawthorne, Emerson, and many, many other points of absorbing interest. A rare opportunity presents itself, not only to attend the best Convention this Association ever held, but to see something of one of the most attractive and inspiring spots on the American Continent.
THE INVITATION. First, The Association extends a cordial invitation to the officers and members of the National League and The Western Fruit Jobbers; to growers, state and national departments, railroad oflicials, and all persons interested in the apple.
Second--Every member is urged to be present and to bring his wife and family, if he is fortunate enough to have one or both.
GENTLEMEN WILL NOT FORGET THE LADIES. Ladies, you are specially invited and will be doubly welcomed. Don't even discuss the matter with your liege lord. Pack your trunk and go. Consider it settled without argument.
HEADQUARTERS. The Copley-Plaza, New England's newest and most modern hotel, will be official headquarters. It faces the broad expanse of Copley Square, the finest location in Boston, and its appointments are unexcelled. It will be the center of all Convention activitiesApple Exhibit, Meetings and Banquet—and as far as possible members are urged to stop here.
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