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NOTED GUESTS

 

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FROM THE HOTEL GUEST REGISTER

THOMAS EDISON

CONGRESSWOMAN MARY T. NORTON

DAVID BANKS SICKELS

JOSEPH FRENCH JOHNSON

WILLIAM B. HANNA

 

LITERARY REFERENCE

IDYLEASE, WRITTEN IN 1909

 

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Read the Newfoundland Health Association Booklet: Newfoundland: In Words & Pictures

 

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Dr. Arthur Zampella on the steps of

Idylease in 1968

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JOSEPH FRENCH JOHNSON

Joseph French Johnson (August 24, 1853 – January 22, 1925) was an American economist, journalist, Professor, and Dean of the School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance, New York University, and founding Dean of the Alexander Hamilton Institute in New York in 1909. He authored the timeless essay: the 'Price of Success' in 1900. Click to View >> Johnson spent his final days at Idylease in 1925.

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WILLIAM B. HANNA

Although familiar with virtually all games in the realm of sports, William B. Hanna (1862–1930) specialized in sports writing in baseball and football. He was brought up in Kansas City and began his newspaper career with the Kansas "Star" but came to New York in 1888, joining the staff of the New York, "Herald." He is widely considered one of the most noted sports writers of the period.

His style was noted for his eschewing of slang such as "swat, pill, horsehide", etc. His choice of words were those less chosen, terse, precise, kind. His style was succinct, his knowledge encyclopedic. He always signed his copy, William B. Hanna, and became upset if anyone changed it.

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