Providence and Pawtucket Contributions from Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Carter III
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Page Four contains items that did not fit elsewhere, such as a list of items available at a grocery store.
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|"Amateur Theatricals" at the Armory Hall, Pawtucket, December
Listed in the program are:
|Program for the Filumetacus Society presentation of The
Blackbirds at the Batter Hall on October 24, 1877. Inside on pages two
and three, are words to songs. Listed
as performers are:
|Concert by Miss Carrie L. Dodge, December 19, 1878. Other surnames: Easton, Smith, Jenks, Park, Ryder, Molten, Read, Mason.|
|Lectures by James T. Fields at the Universalist Church, Pawtucket, on two occasions in 1878. Pages two and three explain the program and the back has his picture. The first series included a ticket, and the program front and back.|
|Program for the Performance of Romeo and Juliet by the Filumetacus
Society at the Battery Hall in Pawtucket, April 1880. Names in the production
Advertisements on page two for: Boston Store; E. W. Greene Groceries; Gurney Photographer; F. Cudworth, Jr. Teas; P. E. Tillinghast Attorney; Frank L. Lee & Co. Pharmacist; Dispeau Caterer; E. Jenks & Co. Factory.
Advertisements on page three for: A. F. Salisbury Photographer; Annie M. Ledyard Hair Dressing; James Nisbet Greenhouses; S. R. Pierce & Sons Tailors; Isaac Shove Insurance; Orient Tea House; Chas. W. Clough Jeweler; S. W. Fifield Millinery; H. Cheek Tailor; Allen F. Bray Hardware.
Advertisements on page four for: Chas. P. Adams Real Estate; Edmonds Spectacles; P. McNeal Fish; William H. Clapp; Spitz Hatter; Geo. T. Dana & Co. Pharmacist; Sibley & Lee Printers; Frederick Taylor Pastry; James O. Whitney, M. D. Surgeon; Joseph Smith Company Lumber.
|Aunt Polly Basset's "Singin Skewl." No year provided. A daughter Belinda is mentioned.|
|Program for the Performance of Her Majesty's Ship Pinafore
by the Filumetacus Society at the Battery Hall in Pawtucket. No year mentioned.
Names in the production are:
Advertisements on page three for: Geo. T. Dana & Co. Pharmacists; A. C. Cash Painter; Orient T House Teas and Coffee; N Bates & Son Trunks; Mackee, Edwards & Co., James Currie Manager, Dry Goods.
Advertisements on page four for: Crawford the Grocer; Geo. C. Gates Shoes; Fisk & Co. Pharmacist; Charles D. Nichols Stable; American Sewing Machine Company; Thomas J. Burns Groceries.
|German Tea Party in the Infantry Hall, Pawtucket, by the Filumetacus Society. No year given.|
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Carter III of San Diego, California, January 2004. You may not copy the
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