Tri-State Blues

March 1976
New Yorker;3/22/1976, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p23
The article comments on the Tri-State Regional Conference attended by representatives from Connecticut, New Jersey and New York in 1976. The plans of New Jersey speaker Charles Connell to formulate the sectional-advantage issue is reported. Information on how Raymond T. Schuler, a speaker from New York, described the region is also presented.


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