Brooklyn Free Lecture Course 1902 Edward B. Shallow Reception

Brooklyn Free Lecture Course. Reception to Edward B. Shallow (Superintendent of Lectures), and other Guests, at the Clarendon Hotel, Brooklyn, Saturday, January Twenty-Fifth, 1902. Includes a listing of Lecturers, Local Directors and Lantern Operators Present.

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Names in this online transcription include Adams, Beams, Bennett, Bevier, Bkounokf, Bliss, Bollbach, Brand, Bridgman, Bristol, Brockway, Burgtorf, Byrnes, Cacciola, Call, Campbell, Chapin, Charters, Clark, Cook, Crowell, Curtis, Davis, Dawson, Dean, Dellenbaugh, Devins, Devlin, Ditmars, Donaldson, Donnelly, Donner, Elsing, Ennis, Fairley, Felter, Fleming, Forsyth, Frampton, Freeland, Gans, Geisel, Gillespie, Gray, Greene, Gunnison, Hall, Hart, Harvey, Hentz, Higgins, Holbrook, Hunt, Huntington, Ihsleng, Inslee, Jones, Kennedy, Leipzieger, Lindsley, Loud, McAndrew, McDowell, McKechnie, Megie, Metze, Neff, Nichols, Northrop, O'Brien, O'Donnell, Oliver, Parker, Parry, Peck, Peckham, Peters, Prentiss, Rankin, Rebdall, Reddall, Renton, Roberts, Robertson, Rooney, Rose, Scholey, Schoonhoven, Schwannhauser, Seeley-Speke, Sgier, Shallow, Skinner, Smith, Speke-Seeley, Spencer, Stanton, Steele, Stevens, Stocker, Surette, Taaffe, Talley, Terry, Valette, Walker, Weaver, Webster, Werda, West, Woodward, Zick.

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