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  • Title: July Fourth Music Program
  • Description: Small card with printed American flag listing the songs and musicians of the music played at the July Fourth celebration in 1910.
  • Text: MUSIC PROGRAM Grand Rapids Boat and Canoe Club July Fourth 1910 3:30 P. M. 1. March ''Great Divide'' 2. Selection 3. V alse 4. Scenes Populaire - '' Flirting Princess'' ''Affinity'' • Holzman • Howard - - - - Scott . • - - Von
July Fourth Music Program

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  • Text: and Myles ''Slippery, Slippery, Slippery little Lizzie Slide me up, Slide me down, Slide me 'til I'm dizzy Rush 'em in boys! Bring 'em in, Keep the ladder busy Slippery, Slippery, Slippery little Lizzie.'' Oh, Yot1 Liz! Wor(is by the ''Bu11ch'' Music
County Fair Program and Attractions

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  • Text: Ditsens Orchestra Music T oAsT Rev. Charles McKenzie INVOCATION BUSINESS MEETING AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS RADISHES LARDED TENDERLOIN OF BEEF T 0ASTMAS'T ER · Dave W arnner SELECTIONS Victor Quartet .. MusHROOM SAUCE W. Millard Palmer ADDRESS
1923 Annual Meeting and Banquet Program and Menu

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  • Text: and Hackenschmidt Reports of Committees Neapolita11 lee Cream (h) Fishing . Election • • . 01. Damfamle • • (i) Music---Cor11et Solo Assorted Cake Special Business Miss 0. U. Alnoer Bottled Spring Water CoHee (j) Hand Ball • . (k) Base Ball
1911 Annual Meeting and Banquet Program and Menu

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  • Text: of other music. groups here. He enlisted on June 12, 1917, in the band of the 126th infantry and later was promoted to band sergeant. He took part in several major engagements in France. He was severely shellshocked. Ret~rning to Grand Rapids, he
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  • Text: , Business Girls' Co-operative Club, Ladies Literary Club, Women's City Club and representatives of leading merchants of the city. St. Cecelia Society and Shubert Club, accompanied by Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra will render music popular to the period
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