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40,000 CELEBRATE NEW TUBES' OPENING; Downtown McAdoo Tunnels to Jersey City Begin Business with a Rush. TRIP TAKES THREE MINUTES Red Fire and Oratory Signalize the Event -- Speeches by Gov. Fort and Others -- Ovation to Mr. McAdoo. - The New York Times

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40,000 CELEBRATE NEW TUBES' OPENING; Downtown McAdoo Tunnels to Jersey City Begin Business with a Rush. TRIP TAKES THREE MINUTES Red Fire and Oratory Signalize the Event -- Speeches by Gov. Fort and Others -- Ovation to Mr. McAdoo.

WILLIAM H. TAFT.

  • July 20, 1909
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To celebrate the attainment of that desirable end through the opening of the two downtown tubes of the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad yesterday morning, Jersey City and other interested cities and towns beyond her on the Jersey side of the river turned themselves loose for eighteen hours of jollification. View Full Article in Timesmachine »

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