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This article was published in 1891.
647 articles were published that year.

This article has a primary subject code of "Literary Societies" (II B 1 d).
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  • Reform Advocate -- May 15, 1891
    [Cremieux Literary Society Wins Debate]

    The Cremieux Literary Society defeated the Columbia Literary Society in their match debate, Sunday, May 3rd. The papers of Misses Rose Stern and Nellie Kohn, were excellent and were highly appreciated. The next debate will be between the Cremieux and Lasker Literary Societies, Sunday, June 21st, at Washington Hall. The Cremieux will hold its regular meeting Sunday afternoon, at Emerson Hall.

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