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Small Town... With a Spectacular History, page 12

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Smith and Council, has provided a dependable supply that will take care of industrial and domestic needs far in excess of present demands.

Oakland no longer exists for itself—with a China Wall of self-interest around it. It has learned to collaborate with her neighboring communities. Here is truly a new type of communal culture, one that has an intimate association with the soil, with the conservation of the natural resources of this tableland. Teillard de Chardin, as quoted in TIME, July 27, 1962 says this about Business: "'How,' you ask, 'can the success of a commercial enterprise bring with it moral progress?' And I answer, 'in this way, that since everything holds together in a world which is on the way to unification, the spiritual success of the universe is bound


Felix G. Robinson

Thomas L. Lincoln (1853-1902), cousin of Abraham Lincoln. The last eight years of his life a resident of Conneway House on the crest of Backbone Mountain at Table Rock. He published a book of verse, descriptive of the Allegheny Mountains, the year of his death. Mrs. Virgil Spitzer of Blackwater State Park, Davis, W. Va. has a copy. Courtesy of the late Dayton Conneway, Gormania, W. Va.


Collection Location:
Ruth Enlow Library, Oakland

Original Size:
22 x 15 cms

Maryland, History

Western Maryland, 1750-1963

Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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