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What follows is a series of articles
about this endurance run
which appeared in the New York Times



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Next is a bit of history, looking
back from the vantage of 1910


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In 1913 there was a ten-year reunion
of the surviving mudlarks.
Though Lawrence Duffie was still alive,
it does not seem that he attended this event.
Had he been there, he would have taken the
cup for coming the longest distance, since
he was then living and working in Chicago!

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To return to the previous page, click here.
From there, the presentation about
the Columbia cars continues.