||Certificate of membership to the Lexington Monument Association, March 20, 1860. Names of the presidents and directors are listed between engraved images of a monument and an April 19, 1775 scene of the Battle of Lexington.
Four copies: one identifies Hammon Reed as the contributing member; three copies do not include contributor names.
(Cataloger's note: According to Charles Hudson's History of Lexington, Vol. I, p. 291-292, "...[Charles Hudson] found the name of Lexington and the character of the deeds performed on her Common were quite as fully appreciated beyond the limits of the State as within its borders. He found no difficulty organizing a corporation consisting of a president and an acting board of directors in Massachusetts, with one vice president from each of the New England states, and one from every other section of the country...")
||Battle of Lexington, 1775
Lexington Monument Association
Battle of Lexington commemorations
||Lexington Monument Association, certificate of membership