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Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Date of photo 1906
Description George C. Meade Post 119, Grand Army of the Republic, May 30, 1906.

"At that time the Post Office was located in the room now occupied by the Lexington Co-operative Bank.

FRONT ROW: Ira F. Burnham, Everett S. Locke, William B. Foster, George W. Wright, Fred Davis, George D. Harrington, Albert A. Sherman, George Flint, George B. Dennett with flag, Charles T. West, Thomas Burke, Visitor Chandler from Charlestown, Moses E. Colby, Charles M. Parker.

BACK ROW: Visitor Wolfe from Cambridge, George N. Gurney, Charles G. Kauffman, Charles Bacon, Henry H. Tyler, John N. Morse, Loring Muzzey, Timothy McCarthy, Frank V. Butters, Leonard A. Saville, Ed Tyler (not a G. A. R., son of Henry H. Tyler), Mr. Davis, Visitor, Ira F. Batchelder, Thomas Cosgrove, John Brown"
Object ID Worthen.slideA6
Object Name Transparency, Lantern-slide
People Bacon, Charles
Batchelder, Ira F.
Brown, John
Burke, Thomas
Burnnham, Ira F.
Butters, Frank V.
Colby, Moses E.
Cosgrove, Thomas
Davis, Fred
Dennett, George B.
Flint, George
Foster, William B.
Gurney, George N.
Harrington, George D.
Kauffman, Charles
Locke, Everett S.
McCarthy, Timothy
Morse, John N.
Muzzey, Loring W.
Parker, Charles M.
Saville, Leonard A.
Sherman, Albert A.
Tyler, Ed
Tyler, Henry H.
West, Charles T.
Wright, George W.
Search Terms G.A.R., George G. Meade Post 119
George G. Meade Post 119, G.A.R.
Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.)
Lexington Post Office (former location)
Subjects Group portraits
Veterans' organizations
Title George C. Meade Post 119, G.A.R., 1906
The Edwin B. Worthen Collection, Cary Memorial Library

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