Grosses Konzert gegeben von der Knabenkapelle des Wartburg Waisenhauses in Mount Vernon, N. Y. und dem Kinderchor von Philadelphia zum besten Huelfsbeduerftiger deutscher Kinder, January 24, 1922.

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[32] p. : ill., ports. Contains advertisements. Back cover noted printer as "Graf &Breuninger" Charity concert offered for the benefit of a planned convalescent home for undernourished children in Solling near Dassel, Germany, and given under the auspices of the Hilfsfond (relief committee) of Philadelphia, the German Society of Pennsylvania Foreign Relief Committee, and the Protestantischer Hilfsverein, a relief organization of Lutheran and Reformed congregations.

Automated translation: "Grand Concert given by the Knabenkapelle Wartburg Orphanage in Mount Vernon, N.Y., and the children's choir of Philadelphia at the best Huelfsbeduerftiger German children"

Language: German
Published: [S.l. : s.n.]. 1922
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