||Edwin B. Worthen Collection
||Lexington Independent, 6 issues, 1902-1908
June 7, 1902, "Memorial Day: George G. Meade Post No. 119 had an All-Day Celebration; The Graves of Departed Comrades Decorated in Lexington and Bedford"
September 20, 1902, "The Two Candidates: Edward C. Stone, George W. Sampson"
November 15, 1902, "New High School Dedicated," "Jack the Slugger: An Independent Man on the Trail… Iron Bar With Which the Murder Might Have Been Committed Found in the Rear of a Blacksmith Shop…"
November 29, 1902, Whether or not Lexington will become part of the Metropolitan water system, fight over allotting road space for railway, "Editorial Comment: The Little Red Schoolhouse"
April 18, 1903, "Military Organizations of Lexington: Early Records and What They Tell - The Minute Men - Interesting Events and Traditions - Later History and the Civil War"
February 20, 1908, "Debating address of Robert P. Clapp… before the Men's club of East Lexington," article in defense of women's suffrage
||Stone, Edward C.
Clapp, Robert P.
Sampson, George Walter
||G.A.R., George G. Meade Post 119
Lexington High School
Battle of Lexington commemorations