Cap and Bells Incorporated 1914 Program

'Cap and Bells', The Williams College Dramatic Club, Presents "Niobe" by Harry and Edward Paulton, Under the Direction of Frank Lea Short. Montclair Club Hall, January 3rd, 1914. Includes list of members and patronesses.

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Names in this online transcription include Adams, Alexander, Ames, Austrian, Babson, Barry, Batten, Bernner, Berry, Bethel, Boyd, Brackett, Bradlee, Bradley, Broughton, Brown, Bryant, Carr, Chard, Chinn, Church, Congdon, Cordley, Cox, Cross, Cruikshank, Dauchy, Dennison, Dickson, Droste, DuBois, Dyer, Earle, Eaton, Edwards, Eurich, Fayen, Finlay, Fosdick, Freeman, Frost, Gates, Geddes, Glock, Graham, Greenfield, Hall, Hampton, Harris, Harrison, Hawes, Hinrichs, Holloway, Holt, Horrax, Howard, Jackson, Jenkins, Jewett, Johnson, Johnston, Johnstone, Jones, Kellam, Little, Lohrke, Luchars, Lyon, MacGruer, Mackay, MacLeish, MacVicar, Main, Manning, Masson, Mead, Merrill, Merwin, Mickle, Miller, Minasian, Morison, Mosely, Murphy, Neff, Newell, Osborne, Overton, Pack, Parsons, Patton, Pattou, Paulton, Phillips, Platt, Porter, Powers, Presby, Price, Renwick, Reynolds, Rogers, Ropes, Ryan, Sanders, Sayre, Schmidt, Schroeder, Short, Skeele, Skerry, Smith, Staudinger, Stevens, Stilson, Stuart, Surbrug, Taylor, Thorne, Townsend, Turner, Van Doren, Van Vleck, Van Woert, Walker, Wallace, Waterbury, Webb, Weber, Wells, Weston, Wilcox, Williams, Wilson, Wright, Wrigley, Youngman.

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