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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 -- March 27, 1891
    [Literary Society Meeting]

    The Lasker Literary Society, will hold its next regular meeting at Haymarket Hall, Sunday, March 29th, when the following program will be presented:

    Criticism Mr. Simon Vehon
    Vocal solo Miss Belle Johnson
    Reading Mr. Henry Jelonak
    Essay Mr. Anton Pollak
    Piano duet Miss E. Witkowsky - Miss T. Stiefel
    Recitation Miss Hannah Ex
    Debate Resolved: That Caesar was a greater statesman than general.
    Affirmative Miss H. Sinon, Mr. J.G. Grossberg
    Negative Mr. H. Auberach, Mr. Moses Samuels
    Reading from Hamlet, Act I Scene 3, Ophelia Miss T. Stiefel
    Jewish
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