Skidmore Chautauqua, 1920

Ad for a Chautauqua in Skidmore, Missouri in 1920. Text of ad follows.
Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), July 15, 1920, p. 4.

Advertisement reads, “Our Chautauqua is a community asset made possible by the local boosters behind it and the cooperation of the Midland Chautauqua Circuit. August 10 to 16, Skidmore, Mo. Make sure of your personal participation. Buy your season tickets early. A fine program. Music: Royal Phillippino String Band, Lyceum Arts Trio. Milano Sextette of New York, Blands Orchestra. Clark-Steinman Party, The Temple Choir. Lecturers: Ex-Governor Brumbaugh, of Penn.; Bob Seeds, of the Famous Farm; Sudhindra Bose, of Calcutta, India; Cong. Royal C. Johnston, of S. D.; Princess Neawanna, of the Ojibways; Mme. Nina N. Selivanova, of Russia. Special: The Clare Vaughan Wales Players. Hazel Dopheide, Reader. Skidmore Chautauqua Association, backed by almost 100 citizens of this community.”

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