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 - - located at Smitliville, was dispensat - late...
- located at Smitliville, was dispensat - late Dr. Gustavus Henderson on the opening night of his hotel. The other is a group picture of the Jtien who attended that first Convention. Outside of himself, Abe Coles of Albany. N. Y.. and Eugene Koundtree of Boston, all of the Eastern delegation have passed to the Beyond. While a porter one of his net ambitions was for the establishing of a home for aged and destitute porters. He advocated that program for years, r but - seemingly it wasn't supported by his fellow - workers nor their ' employer. - He was instrumental, however, - in - get ting the company to establish rooming quarters for the - porters; which are now maintained. In addition these activities Mr. Fane was ingenious in other waj - s. He invented several patents for Pullman cars, one of which was accepted and is now in use. This is a window screen vent used in the lower frame of parlor and sleeping car windows. In 1921 he left the Pullman ser - vice and opened the hotel which he now runs. Despite their years, he and Mrs. Fane are a remark. ably active couple. a . :

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  1. The New York Age,
  2. 18 Aug 1934, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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