Exhibit 1: Lantern Slides
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Record 264/301
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Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Date of photo 1915
Description Groundbreaking for the first Pageant, June 1915.

"To be held on the estate of J. Willard Hayden, Jr., facing the Cambridge Water Basin. Actual work was begun when, on October 18, 1913, a little group of citizens assembled to witness the turning of the first sod by Captain Charles M. Parker, the great-grandson of Captain John Parker.

Those present, left to right: George H. Childs, Edward W. Taylor, Edwin B. Worthen, Alfred Pierce, Mrs. Medora Robbins Crosby, Mrs. Leroy Brown, Mr. Leroy Brown, Edgar D. Parker, Dr. Fred S. Piper, Captain Charles M. Parker, Herbert G. Locke, Alonzo E. Locke.

In the carriage (note: shows on negative): John Rose, Mrs. Livermore, Mrs. Whittier (sister of Mrs. Livermore)."
Object ID Worthen.slideA8
Object Name Transparency, Lantern-slide
People Brown, Leroy
Brown, Leroy (Mrs.)
Childs, George
Crosby, Medora Robbins
Livermore (Mrs.)
Locke, Alonzo
Locke, Herbert S.
Parker, Charles M.
Parker, Edgar D.
Pierce, Alfred
Piper, Fred S.
Rose, John
Taylor, Edward
Whittier (Mrs.)
Worthen, Edwin B., Sr.
Search Terms Pageant of Lexington, 1915
Hayden Estate
Subjects Group portraits
Ground breaking ceremonies
Group portraits
Title Preparations for the First Pageant of Lexington, June 1915
The Edwin B. Worthen Collection, Cary Memorial Library

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