Grand concert and gymnastic exhibition under the auspices of the United Singers of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Turngemeinde, in aid of the families of the Pennsylvania National Guard ordered to the front, July 20, 1916.

Founded in 1764, The German Society of Pennsylvania is America‚Äôs oldest German organization. Its Joseph P. Horner Memorial Library, housed in a beautiful 19th century reading room, holds one of the largest private collections of German-language books in the U.S. The German American Collection contains a wealth of material documenting all aspects of German American life, beginning with the first settlers in Germantown in 1683. In addition to books, the library houses sizable collections of 19th century Philadelphia German newspapers, periodicals, pamphlets, and manuscripts. The online catalog can be viewed at: gsp.library.net  For more information, please visit: www.germansociety.org  [Pamphlet AE 2036]

24 p. : ports. Held at "8 P.M., Convention Hall, Broad Street and Allegheny Ave." Contains advertisements. Concert program information appears on page 15.
 




Language: English
Published: [S.l. : s.n.]. 1916
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Online Access: https://digital.library.villanova.edu/Item/vudl:443512