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This article was published in 1896.
727 articles were published that year.

This article has a primary subject code of "Music" (II A 3 b).
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  • Svornost -- January 04, 1896
    [Alois Novak Enters New Field]

    Mr. Alois Novak, noted violin virtuoso, who has gained approval of the local public during his concerts, before the Chicago audience, has ventured into a new field of activity by teaching violin.

    Mr. Novak is a graduate of the Conservatory of Music at Prague. We are sure that he will give excellent artistic direction to his pupils.

    Mr. Novak's address is 157 Banker Street, or 724 West 18th Street.

    II A 3 b