Pageant Exhibition Panel - Directions
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Directions for the Lancaster Massachusetts 1912 Fourth of July Pageant Exhibition created by the Thayer Memorial Library in Lancaster, Massachusetts. The exhibition contains 29 photographs with descriptions and history of the five historical episodes performed during the Lancaster 1912 Fourth of July Pageant. The five scenes performed in the pageant were the Early English Fete, 1575-1625; the Settlement of Lancaster, 1650; the Massacre by the Indians, 1676; the Departure of the Minute-Men, 1775; and the Reception to Lafayette, 1824. The date of the Pageant listed on the directions is incorrect - the actual date was July 4, 1912. DIRECTIONS. Hang the pictures in order according to their numbers, using two hooks for each picture. In repacking put in in the same order, No. 29 at the bottom and No. 1 on top, face to face, with the brown papers between. Place these directions over No. 1, and the heavy pasteboard over all.Pageant at Lancaster, Mass., July 4, 1913.[Stamp: Woman's Education Association Boston] Image is of the directions that were sent with The Pageant at Lancaster, Massachusetts, July 4, 1912 Exhibit created by the Thayer Memorial Library From the archives at the Thayer Memorial Library, Lancaster, Massachusetts. http://thayermemoriallibrary.org
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Fourth of July celebrations--Massachusetts--Lancaster
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