|Date||January 31, 1893|
|Title||A Musical Evening|
Printed program, maroon ink on beige card stock. Printed on the front: "A MUSICAL EVENING / AT THE / GERMAN CLUB ROOMS, / TUESDAY, JANUARY THIRTY-FIRST, / 1893, / AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. / Under the auspices of the Richmond County Board of Women / Managers of the World's Fair." The two interior pages are both titled "PROGRAMME." and contain a program of musical numbers to be performed. The left-hand page has a handwritten inscription in Alice Austen's handwriting: "With / Trude & Sam / Awfully poor." Printed on the back: "COMMITTEE ON MUSIC. / MRS. S.D. STEPHENS. / CHAIRMAN. / ..."
(Keywords: New York)
|Acquisition||From Alice Austen|
|Ownership and History||
This program is part of a collection of personal items that came to the Staten Island Historical Society from photographer Alice Austen in 1945.
The German Club was located in Stapleton, Staten Island. The inscription "Trude & Sam" refers to Alice Austen's friend Trude Eccleston and most likely Trude's brother Samuel.
|Lexicon Sub-category||Documentary Artifact|
Austen, E. Alice
|Support Acknowledgment||Online Collections Database record made possible by the Great Kills Woman's Club, August 2017.|
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