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Record 1065/2271
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Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Date 1930
Abstract Program for the Lexington Public Health Pops at Cary Memorial Hall, December 5, 1930.

A program comprised almost entirely of advertisements for the Pops concert hosted at Cary Memorial Hall by the Lexington Public Health Association on December 5, 1930. Notable pages are listed below:

Page 1 describes the mission and some of the activities of the Lexington Public Health Association.
Page 7 lists the officers of the Lexington Public Health Association.
Page 9 lists the directors of the Lexington Public Health Association.
Page 11 lists the committees of the Lexington Public Health Association.
Pages 13, 15, and 19 list the committees for the Public Health Association Pops.
Pages 16 and 17 list refreshments offered and their prices.
Pages 21, 23, and 25 list the program of events for the evening.
Object ID Worthen.16.29.03
Object Name Program
People Blake, Kenneth P. (Mrs.)
Briggs, George (Mrs.)
Carter, Lyon (Mrs.)
Eastman, Frances
Field, Arthur B. (Mrs.)
Frost, Harry (Mrs.)
Gilcreast, John E.
Graves, George E. (Mrs.)
Grindle, Thomas S. (Mrs.)
Hutchinson, J. Chester (Mrs.)
Kraetzer, Eugene
McCausland, Elton B.
Miles, Charles H. (Mrs.)
Milne, William D. (Mrs.)
Morey, George P. (Mrs.)
Nichols, H. S. O. (Mrs.)
Nichols, Howard S. O.
Rowse, A. Edward, Jr.
Smith, Allen C. (Mrs.)
Spaulding, Martha C.
Taft, Fletcher W. (Mrs.)
Tenney, Rockwell C. (Mrs.)
Tilton, Josiah Odin (Mrs.)
Tower, Ellen M.
Trask, Robert P.
Trask, Robert P. (Mrs.)
Washburn, George E. (Mrs.)
Whipple, Charles A.
Whipple, Charles A. (Mrs.)
Worthen, Edwin B.
Search Terms Barrymeade Farm, Lincoln Street
First National store
Lexington Co-Operative Bank
Lexington Fruit Company
Lexington Public Health Association
Lexington Theatre
Lexington Trust Company
Martin's Drug Store
Michelson's
Rudd's Market
Lexington Lumber Corporation, Bedford Street #57
Bedford Street #57, Lexington Lumber Corporation
Subjects Concerts
Title Program for the Lexington Public Health Pops at Cary Memorial Hall, December 5, 1930
The Edwin B. Worthen Collection, Cary Memorial Library

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