Concert program, "Musikalische Andacht" at the Cathedral in Laon, France, January 17, [1915].

Program/handbill, Laon, France, January [1915], "Sonntag, den 17. Januar, nachmittags 5 Uhr in der Kathedrale, 9. musikalische Andacht." At head: "Laon (Nordfrankreich), in der Zeit des grossen Krieges." Provides texts for the musical program to be performed in the cathedral. Advertises free admission with note at end about voluntary contributions ("Beim Ausgang Sammlung zur Deckung der Unkosten und fuer die Nationalstiftung zu gunsten der Hinterbliebenen der im Kriege Gefallenen"). No imprint. 1 leaf, printed both sides (32.5 x 22.2 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation. ["Sunday, 17 January, afternoon 5 clock in the cathedral, 9 musical devotion." At head: "Laon (northern France), during the period of the Great War." Provides text for the musical program to be Performed in the cathedral. Advertises free admission with note at end about voluntary contributions ("At the exit collection to cover the expenses and for the National Foundation for the benefit of the survivors of the war dead")."]

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Language: German
Published: 1915
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Online Access: https://digital.library.villanova.edu/Item/vudl:434072