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Miles Standish Band Concert Broadside

Miles Standish Band Concert broadsideBroadside, 1900
Printed by J. C. Cave, Plymouth
Ink on paper
Gift of St. Johns Church, DAL.SMS.206.04

This broadside advertises a series of concerts by the Myles Standish Band at Duxbury Hall on Saturday evenings commencing July 22, c 1900. The band was directed by E. T. Damon.


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