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The Rochester I Knew

Rural life is reflected in the early paragraphs of this book. Hiking and biking took the author to the prominent natural and man-built features that marked his village. Then, motor travels to the city of Rochester NY brought home the land, rail, and water connections that the author's village shared with his city. The two water connections were Lake Ontario and the Erie Canal. Rail was the New Yor...

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Publication Date: September 27, 2012
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“This is a book that probably should have had a subtitle. I think an appropriate one might have been, "The Key Role of Rochester in the Pre-Revolution of American Technology." There are many names of people in this story who played a key role in the d...”

Central Railroad. Land was the Niagara escarpment left from the Ice Age; that land supported east-west highways. Village homes bordered farmland and provided daily reminders of the farm products that would become commercial produce. Those growing fields were one key source for a family business. Rail sidings to the author's family 'coal and produce' operation in the village were directly linked to Rochester's mainline rail center.The author's first paycheck employment at Eastman Kodak Company, his teenage residence in the city of Rochester, and later postwar return to residence in that city, introduced city living, and a glimpse of world business life. At Kodak, office automation was in full force by the mid-1930s. Learning experiences in how an aggressive company booked sales, and recorded sales activity to use for sales strategies, became memory stored for future use. The author learned what was directly in front of him, but barely appreciated in his teen years the collision of business and technology forces that were gathering during his early city employment. A couple of signals on what the future might bring did register.Return to business life began with Rochester employment again, this time at Stromberg-Carlson Company, a telecommunications supplier and radio/television console manufacturer. This culminated in a Stromberg cooperative venture with Haloid Xerox, a main thread of the story.Invention played a leading role in this memoir. Science played a dominant role.