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Box 6:
Jan. 30, 1882 Jennings’ Music Hall, Julia F. Lee, Mrs. Ed Kahn, Miss Etta Jennings, and Mr. Myler Heller

Jan. 31, 1882 Madame Adelina Patti, Programme, English Opera House, “Faust”

Feb. 18, 1882 Park Theatre, “Jane Eyre,” with Miss Charlotte Thompson

Feb. 20, 1882 Grand Opera House, Edwin Booth in “The Fool’s Revenge” and “Othello”

March 13, 1882 Grand English Opera Co., Emma Abbott in “Patience” and “Paul and Virginia”

March 24, 1882 Crescent and Lucernian Exhibition at Hoover’s Hall, “Esmeralda” (2 copies)

March 24, 1882 English’s Opera House, “Jack, The Giant Killer”

March 30, 1882 English’s Opera House, “Furnished Rooms”

March 31, 1882 Indianapolis Classical School, Gymnastics Speaking Drill, Dickson’s Grand Opera House

April 3, 1882 Dicksons’ Park Theatre, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Knight, “Baron Rudolph”

April 24, 1882 Discons’ Grand Opera House, Lawrence Barrett, “Yorkick’s Love” and “Richelieu”

April 24, 1882 Dicksons’ Grand Opera House, Lawrence Barrett, “Julius Caesar,” “King of the Commons,” and “David Garrick”

April 24-26, 1882 Jubilee Convention of the Indianapolis District, Indiana Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church and Corner-Stone Laying Ceremonies at Mooresville, Indiana

May 12, 1882 Shroyer’s Opera House, “Pauline: Or, Belle of Saratoga”

June 2, 1882 Eleventh Annual Commencement of Richmond High School at Grand Opera House, Class of 1882

June 12, 1882 Class Day Exercises of the Class ’82. High School

June 16, 1882 Thirteenth Annual Reunion of the Alumni Association of the Indianapolis High School, Maennerchor Hall, Order of Dancing

July 11, 1882 Lawn Party, Compliments of Mr. Harry and Miss Carrie House, who wish the pleasure of your company at a Lawn Party given at their home at No. 6, Richard Street

August 18, 1882 Complimentary Benefit to Mrs. Fannie Bernard and Miss Martina Grubbs, assisted by Musical Talent of Richmond and Knightstown

Sept. 7, 1882 Dicksons’ Grand Opera House, Gus Williams in “One of the Finest”

Sept. 11, 1882 Grand Opera House, Tony Pastor’s Elegant Co., “Fun on the Stage”

Sept. 15, 1882 Grand Opera House, Operetta “Moonshine Castle”

Sept. 18, 1882 Grand Opera House, “Taken From Life” and “Kaleidoscope of Play””

Sept. 21, 1882 Grand Dramatic and Elocutionary Entertainment by Mrs. Hattie A. Prunk and Pupils, at Dicksons’ Grand Opera House

Sept. 25, 1882 Park Theatre, Miss Jeffreys Lewis, “La Belle Russe”

Sept. 25, 1882 English’s Opera House, Louis Aldrich and Charles T. Parsloe in “My Partner”

Oct. 1, 1882 Annual Meeting of the Indiana Branch of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae with Miss Harriet Noble, Irvington, near Indianapolis, Indiana (2 copies)

Oct. 2, 1882 English’s Opera House, Mr. Frederick Warde in “Virginius, or, The Roman Father”

Oct. 3, 1882 Medical College of Indiana, Department of Butler University, Matriculation Ticket, Session 1882 and 83, Henry Jameson, M.D., Secretary

Oct. 3, 1882 Medical College of Indiana, Department of Butler University, St. Vincent’s Hospital, Admit Mr. Abe L. Preston to Lectures and Clinics, Session 1882 and 83, Isaac C. Walker, M.D., Dean; Henry Jameson, M.D., Secretary

Oct. 5, 1882 English’s Opera House, Miss Margaret Mather in “Romeo and Juliet” and “As You Like It” (2 copies)

Oct. 9, 1882 English Opera House, The Meteors, Harry McAvoy and Emma Rogers, Charles E. Evans, French Twin Sisters, Dlyllyn, Bryant and Hoey

Oct. 13, 1882 Opera House, Lafayette, Indiana, “The Grand Fairy Opera of the Naiad Queen”

Oct. 18, 1882 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, “The American Four” with Sarah Bernhard

Oct. 23, 1882 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Barlow, Wilson & Co’s Mammoth Minstrels

Oct. 25, 1882 Compliments of J. C. Garr, Director of Oratorio and Concert, Opera House, Kokomo, Indiana

Oct. 27, 1882 Programme. Pelican Club (dance card)

Oct. 30, 1882 Programme of the Citizens’ Cornet Band, Benefit Concert (2 copies)

Nov. 13, 1882 English’s Opera House, The Gorman Comic Opera Co., “La Mascotte”

Nov. 13, 1882 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Bartley Campbell’s New Play, “The White Slave”

Nov. 27, 1882 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Miss Jeffreys-Lewis in “La Belle Russe!”

Nov. 30, 1882 Olde Folke Concerte, Aurora, Indiana (2 copies)

Dec. 4, 1882 Grand Opera House, Collier’s Lights O’London!

Dec. 15, 1882 Dance, 372 N. Meridian St., Yourself and Lady, signed J. O. Copeland, George Catterson, C. L. DeWitt

Dec. 25, 1882 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, “The Professor”

Dec. 25, 1882 Christmas Greeting, “A Happy Christmas for today be thine, And many another Christmas on thee shine!” Mrs. C. J. McReynolds, from Fred

1882-1883 Indianapolis City Hospital, Medical and Surgical Clinics, Lectures of 1882&3, No. 48, Mr. Abe L. Preston, printed signature for W. N. Wishard, M.D., Superintendent

1882-1883 Indianapolis Woman’s Club, two booklets with different binding but same contents. Meetings held twice a month with speakers on certain topics and leader of conversation.

1882-1883 Medical College of Indiana, Department of Butler University, Laboratory Ticket, Admit Abe L. Preston to work in laboratory, signed A. W. Brayton, Prof. Chemistry.

1882-1883 Medical College of Indiana, Department of Butler University, Session of 1882-83, Demonstrator’s Certificate, that A. B. Preston has dissected lower extremity. Signed J. W. Marsee M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.


Box 7:
Jan. 1, 1883 Vienna’s Greatest Comedienne, Josephine Gallmeyer in “Women as They Should Not Be!” at Dickson’s Grand Opera House

Jan. 15, 1883 English’s Opera House, Neil Burgess as Josiah Allen’s wife in “My Opinions!”

Jan. 27, 1883 Indianapolis Dramatic Association, “Engaged,” a farcical comedy in three acts by W. S. Gilbert

Jan. 29, 1883 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Milton and Dollie Nobles in “Interviews”

Feb. 12, 1883 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Emma Abbott in “Elixir of Love” and “Sonnambula” (2 copies)

Feb. 15, 1883 English’s Opera House, Miss Maude Granger in “The Planters Wife”

Feb. 16, 1883 Medical College of Indiana, Department of Butler University, Demonstrator’s Ticket, Admit Abe L. Preston in course in practical anatomy, signed J. W. Marsee, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy

Feb. 19, 1883 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Wm. J. Scanlan in “Friend and Foe”

Feb. 20, 1883 Dickson’s New Park Theatre, Mrs. Langtry in “As You Like It” and “The Honeymoon”

Feb. 22, 1883 English’s Opera House, The Wilber Comic Opera Co., in “Patience or Bunthorne’s Bride”

Feb. 22, 1883 Memorial Exercises, School No. 6, Room 10

Feb. 24, 1883 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, The Eminent Polish Actress Modjeska in “Camille” and “Twelfth Night”

Feb. 26, 1883 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, “The Romany Rye”

March 3, 1883 English’s Opera House, Baker & Farron in “Chris & Lena”

March 5, 1883 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Herrmann assisted by M’lle Addie in four parts (magician)

March 19, 1883 Grand Concert at the M. E. Church in two parts (2 copies)

March 26, 1883 English’s Opera House, The Kiralfy Brothers’ famous spectacle of the “Black Crook”

April 16, 1883 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, “Hazel Kirke” and “Esmeralda”

April 24, 1883 English’s Opera House, Thatcher, Primrose & West’s Minstrels

April 30, 1883 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Booth’s Theatre Co. “Monte Cristo”

May 11, 1883 Indianapolis Opera Co. in “Fra Diavolo”

May 25, 1883 Misses Mamie and Nannie Dryer request the pleasure of your company Dancing, with envelope addressed to Wm. T. Wilson

June 1, 1883 The Indiana University First Annual Exhibition of the Freshman Class in the College Chapel, Bloomington, Indiana

June 1, 1883 Twelfth Annual Commencement of Richmond High School, Grand Opera House

June 11, 1883 Second Commencement of the Indiana Institute for the Education of the Blind

June 15, 1883 June Exhibition of the Marengo Academy, Leavenworth, Ind.

June 20, 1883 Elkhart High School Commencement, Class of ’83, Opera House, Elkhart, Indiana

August 13, 1883 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Robertson’s Famous Military Comedy “Ours” by the Lipman Company Co.

Sept. 28, 1883 Medical College of Indiana, Matriculation Ticket, Session 1883-1884; John A. Comingor, M.D., Dean; Henry Jameson, M.D., Secretary

Oct. 4-7, 1883 Fourteenth Annual Convention of the Indiana Young Men’s Christian Associations, Muncie [Indiana]

Oct. 9-10, 1883 Sixteenth Annual Convention of the Kosciusko County Sunday School Union, at Syracuse, Indiana

Oct. 11, 1883 The Art Association of Indianapolis, Constitution and By-Laws,

Incorporated October 11, 1883

Nov. 20-21, 1883 Meeting of the Eastern Indiana County Superintendents’ Association at Richmond, Indiana

Dec. 4, 1883 English’s Opera House, Kiralfy Brothers’ “Around the World in 80 Days”

1883 Mrs. Robert Martindale, 36 West Second Street (calling card with envelope)

1883-1884 Programme, Indianapolis Woman’s Club

Jan. 1, 1884 A Happy New Year, The Bates House, Indianapolis, Louis Reibold, Proprietor

1883-1889 Mr. Robert Martindale (calling card)

Jan. 2, 1884 Soiree Musicale at the residence of W. W. Bishop, to be given by Mr. S. G. Pratt’s pupils

Jan. 18, 1884 English’s Opera House, Henrietta Chanfrau in “The Bankrupt’s Wife”

Jan. 19, 1884 English’s Opera House, Clifton W. Tayleure and Henrietta Chanfrau in “Isabel Vane”

Jan. 25, 1884 English’s Opera House, C. B. Bishop and Emma Pierce in “Strictly Business”

Jan. 28, 1884 English’s Opera House, M’lle Rhea and William Harris in “Frou-Frou”

Feb. 7, 1884 Carnival Bill of Fare (menu) and Game: Old Sledge, Eucher, Cassino, Old Maid, Keno, Faro, High Low Jack

Feb. 14, 1884 Medical College of Indiana, Admit Mr. Abe L. Preston to the examination for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, Session 1883-84, Henry Jameson, M.D., Secretary

March 10, 1884 Dickson’s Grand Opera, Salsbury’s Troubadours in “Three-of-a-Kind”

March 20, 1884 English’s Opera House, Charlotte Thompson in “Sea of Ice”

April 22, 1884 Benefit Concert, Ladies’ Matinee Musicale, Plymouth Church (Indianapolis)

May 1, 1884 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, “The Stranglers of Paris”

May 9, 1884 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Musical and Literary Soiree, Benefit of the Woman’s Exchange, Indianapolis, Ind.

June 5, 1884 Annual Commencement of the Rushville High School at Medodeon Hall

June 6, 1884 Thirteenth Annual Commencement of the Richmond High School, Park Opera House

June 18, 1884 Sixteenth Annual Commencement of the High School of Indianapolis, Ind., will be held at English’s Opera House

Sept. 24, 1884 Seventh Annual Elocutionary and Dramatic Entertainment by Mrs. Hattie A. Prunk and Pupils of Indiana Boston School of Elocution and Expression of Indianapolis at Grand Opera House

Oct. 13, 1884 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, “The Pavements of Paris”

Oct. 15, 1884 English’s Opera House, Harry Lacy’s “Planter’s Wife”

Oct. 20, 1884 English’s Opera House, Kiralfy Brothers in”Excelsior”

Oct. 20-22m 1884 English’s Opera House, Maggie Mitchell in “Pear of Savoy”

Oct. 22, 1884 Indianapolis Lyra (Society), Mitwach Abend, Dirigent: Alexander Ernestinoff (program in German)

Oct. 22, 1884 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, “A Bunch of Keys”

Oct. 29, 1884 English’s Opera House, Louis Aldrich and Chas. T. Parsloe in “My Partner”

Oct. 28, 1884 Naylor’s Opera House, Terre Haute, “Michael Strogoff, The Relief of Irtusk”

Nov. 1, 1884 English’s Opera House, Robert McWade in “Franz Herschelle

Nov. 5, 1884 English’s Opera House, Lizzie May Ulmer as Carrots in “49”

Nov. 12, 1884-

March 18, 1885 Indianapolis Lecture Course of Entertainments, Institute 1882, Third Season, to be given at Plymouth Church (2 copies)

Nov. 22, 1884 Programme for the Entertainment given by the Auxiliary Club, at Razey’s Opera House

Nov. 22, 1884 English’s Opera House, B. McAuley in “Henry Fourth” and “The Jerseyman”

Nov. 26, 1884 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Clara Morris in “Miss Multon”

Dec. 9, 1884 English’s Opera House, James O’Neill in “Monte Cristo”

Dec. 29, 1884 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Walter Bentley in “Burr Oaks”

Dec. 29-31, 1884 Indiana State Teachers’ Association, Thirty-First Annual Meeting, Indianapolis

1884-1885 The Indianapolis Woman’s Club (programs and members)



Box 8:
Jan. 1, 1885 English’s Opera House, M. B. Curtis as Spot Cash in “Sam’l of Posen on the Road”

Jan. 5-7, 1885 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Thompson’s Opera Company in “The Beggar Student”

Jan. 7, 1885 Plymouth Church, Indianapolis, “Mark Twain” – Cable Readings

Jan. 25, 1885 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, “Shadows of a Great City”

Feb. 2-4, 1885 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, The Ford English Opera Com with Zelda Seguin, “The Bohemian Girl”

Feb. 6, 1885 Crescent Literary Society at School Chapel, Thorntown, Indiana, “The Irish Linen Peddler”

Feb. 19-21, 1885 English’s Opera House, Lizzie May Ulmer supported by George C. Boniface, in “Dad’s Girl!”

Feb. 20, 1885 Annual Musical Entertainment given by Paul Bahr and his Pupils at Pfafflin’s Music Hall, 82 and 84 N. Pennsylvania St.

Feb. 27, 1885 Office of Public Schools, dedication of the new High School building on March 6, signed J. J. (Joseph) Bingham, Chairman High School Committee

March 2, 1885 English’s Opera House, James A. Herne’s “Hearts of Oak”

March 5, 1885 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Wallack’s Theatre Company in “Victor Durand”

March 9, 1885 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Rag Baby Comedy Company in “A Rag Baby”

March 19, 1885 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Annie Pixley in “M’Liss, Child of the Sierras”

March 19-20, 1885 English’s Opera House, “The Mikado” by the Indianapolis Lyra Society

March 29, 1885 English’s Opera House, Miss Lillian Lewis as Cora, the Creole in “Article 47”

April 10, 1885 Viertes Concert, Indianapolis Lyra, in Lyra Halle (in German)

April 22, 1885 Popular Concert by the Mendelssohn Society at Plymouth Church

April 28, 1885 Musical and Literary Entertainment at the Brightwood Chapel for benefit of the Sabbath School, Indianapolis, Ind.

May 2, 1885 Graduating Exercises of Lizton Public School at Christian Church

May 13, 1885 Complimentary Entertainment at Washington Lodge No. 114, Knights of Honor, at Pfafflin’s Music Hall

May 17, 1885 Fuenftes Concert, Indianapolis Lyra, Lyra Halle (in German)

May 20, 1885 Grand Concert of the Indianapolis Chorus Society assisted by an orchestra of Twenty-Five Musicians

May 22-23, 1885 Complimentary Piano Recitals at Theo. Pfafflin & Co’s Music Hall, by Mr. Emil Liebling

May 27, 1885 Grand Oratorio Concert by the Mendelssohn Society, “The Eighteenth Psalm”

May 29, 1885 Fourteenth Annual Commencement of the Richmond High School, Grand Opera House

June 12, 1885 Indianapolis Classical School, Closing Exercises, Plymouth Church, including Annual Prizes and Rank List

June 19, 1885 Crescent and Lucernian Exhibition, “High Toned Vengeance” and “Courtship of Miles Standish”

June 19, 1885 Class of ’85 Special Invitation of Fifteenth Annual Commencement of Spiceland Academy at Friends’ Church, with calling card of Alfred Y. King, who presented “The Passionate Creature”

June 23, 1885 Schluss Concert, Indianapolis Mannerchor, Gesang und Orchester-Schule in Mannerchor Halle (in German)

July 7, 1885 Jennings’ Hall, Children’s Recital conducted by Miss Helen Luther

July 21, 1885 Musicale tendered Miss Sallie E. Bingham by Theo. Pfafflin & Co. at their Music Hall

August 25, 1885 Sommernachts-Fest, Indianapolis Lyra, Lyra Halle (in German)

August 26, 1885 Programme, Mexican Band Concert, English Opera House, by the Original Mexican Military National Band consisting of 75 Pieces

Sept. 2, 1885 Grand Concert at Third St. M. E. Church

Oct. 1, 1885 Piano Recital, Mr. J. J. Schonacker assisted by Mrs. M. H. Spades and The Apollo Quartette, Pfafflin & Co’s Music Hall

Oct. 2, 1885 Benefit Concert at Jennings’ Hall, given by Miss Helen Luther’s Training Class

Oct. 16, 1885 Erstes Concert, Indianapolis Lyra, Lyra Halle (in German)

Oct. 21, 1885 Erstes Concert, Maennerchor, director Carl Barus, Maennerchor Halle

Nov. 5, 1885 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, The Popular Melodrama, “Siberia”

Nov. 8, 1885 Methodists of Waterloo and their friends, Dedication of their New Church

Nov. 18, 1885 Grand Military Charity Ball, English’s Opera House, Indianapolis

Nov. 23-25, 1885 English’s Opera House, “Mestayer’s “We, Us & Co.”

Nov. 26, 1885 Grand Opera House, “A Tin Soldier,” Hoyt’s Great Laughing Success (two copies)

Nov. 27, 1885 Zweites Concert des Maennerchor, Maennerchor Halle (German)

Nov. 30, 1885 English’s Opera House, “The Romany Rye”

Dec. 4, 1885 Ladies’ Matinee Musicale

1885 Grand Concert by the Innes Grand Concert Company, with Mr. F. N. Innes on trombone

1885-1886 Gechste Unterhaltung Des Indianapolis Maennerchor (German)

1885-1886 Mannerchor, Der Wildchuk ober Die Stimme de Natur. “The Poacher, or The Voice of Nature” (German and English)

1885-1886 Indianapolis Woman’s Club, monthly programs from October 16, 1885 through June 18, 1886, with officers and members


Box 9:
Jan. 15, 1886 M’me Emma Nevada and her Great Concern Company, Plymouth Church, Programme

Feb. 3, 1886 First Concert to be given by Mrs. E. Huss’s Class at Ruick’s Opera House

March 25-27, 1886 Dickson’s Grand Opera House, Miss Maggie Mitchell in “Lorle”

April 15, 1886 Viertes Concert, Indianapolis Lyra, Alexander Ernestinoff, Director

May 24, 1886 May Art Festival under the auspices of the Ladies of Meridian Street M. E. Church, Pfafflin’s Music Hall

May 26, 1886 Ladies Matinee Musicale, Indianapolis

May 28, 1886 Final Grand Concert of the Season, The Mendelssohn Society, Dickson’s Grand Opera House

June 1, 1886 Festival Programme with Lilli Lehmann, Emil Wulschner, Indianapolis

June 1-4, 7-8, 1886 Indiana Musical Festival and Grand Camp-Fire, Tomlinson Hall, Indianapolis, with Lilli Lehmann

June 4, 1886 Last Grand Concert, Emil Wulschner, Indianapolis

June 4, 1886 Grand Opera House, The Fifteenth Annual Commencement of the Richmond High School (two copies: one single sheet and one folded cardboard)

June 7-8, 1886 American Opera Season, English Opera House, Mr. Theodore Thomas, Musical Director, under the auspices of the G.A.R., “Orpheus and Eurydice” on June 7; “Lakme” on June 8 (two copies)

June 10-17, 1886 Exercises of Commencement Week, Moore’s Hill College (?)

June 11, 1886 University Park Programme of Second Popular Subscription, Band Concert, J. B. Cameron, Director

June 15, 1886 Excelsior, Thirtieth Anniversary of the Philoneikean Society, Moore’s Hill College

June 16, 1886 Moore’s Hill College, Society Oratorical Contest

June 21, 1886 “More Light,” Fourth Annual Commencement, The Indiana Kidergarten Normal School, Mrs. E. A. Blaker, Principal

June 22-25, 1886 Tenth Annual Meeting of the Music Teachers’ State Association of Indiana, Pfafflin’s Music Hall, Indianapolis

June 25, 1886 Sixteenth Annual Commencement of Spiceland Academy at Friends’ Church (single sheet and cardboard invitation addressed to Josiah Unthank & Sady with card for Russell Ratliff)

July 1, 1886 Convention of Western Authors, Plymouth Church

July 16, 1886 University Park Programme of the Sixth Popular Subscription Band Concert

July 18, 1886 Tomlinson Hall, Sunday Evening Union Services

July 23, 1886 Complimentary Benefit to Mrs. Lida Hood Talbot, Tomlinson Hall, Alexander Ernestinoff, Director

August 9, 1886 G.A.R. Loan Exhibition, Harter’s Opera House, Wabash, Indiana (50-pages green booklet, catalog of items)

Sept. 17, 1886 Testimonial Concert, City Hall, Edwin S. Timmons’ Testimonial Benefit

Sept. 24, 1886 Mr. H. J. Schonacker’s Testimonial Concert, Tomlinson Hall

Sept. 27, 1886 English’s Opera House, Rice’s Beautiful Evangeline with Susie Winner as Evangeline

Oct. 1, 1886 Bon-Ton Dancing Club, at the residence of C. K. Share, 366 North Tennessee Street, four names in corners of card: Walter Fugate, Will Taggett, Chas. K. Share, Chas. Angle

Oct. 3, 1886 Plymouth Church, Song Service, Sunday Evening

Oct. 17, 1886 Erste Ausserordenthiche, Abendunterhaltung des Maennerchor

(in German)

Oct. 22, 1886 Testimonial Concert tendered to Mrs. Grace D. Levering, at Plymouth Church

Oct. 26, 1886 Erstes Concert der Indianapolis Lyra, Alexander Ernestinoff, Director, in der Lyra Halle, “Columbus”

Nov. 8-10, 1886 Grand Opera House, Margaret Mather in “Romeo and Juliet”

Nov. 16, 1886 Erste Regelmassige, Abendunterhaltun des Maennerchor, at Maennerchor Hall, Carl Barus, Director (in German)

Nov. 23, 1886 “Gilmore and his Incomparable Band of New York,” Fifty Eminent Musicians, Tomlinson Hall, Indianapolis

Dec. 14, 1886 Ladies’ Matinee Musicale

Dec. 15, 1886 Ladies’ Matinee Musicale, First Division, Subject, Joachim Raff, Secretary’s Report

Dec. 15, 1886 Zweites Concert, Indianapolis Lyra, Alexander Ernestinoff, Director, Lyra Halle

Dec. 17, 1886 Piana Recital to be given by Mrs. Flora M. Hunter assisted by Mrs. Grace D. Levereng, at their Warerooms, Indianapolis (engraving of Beethovern on front)

1886-1887 Indianapolis Women’s Club programs from October 1 through June 17, followed by list of members

1886-1887 Rive-King Classical Recitals & Concerts, 13th Season, Frank H. King, Manager, Chickering Hall, New York

1886-1887 Rive-King Concerts, Season 1886-7, Vocal Numbers by the Eminent Mezzo-Soprano, Miss Mathilde Lennon
Box 10:
Jan. 8, 1887 Travelingmen of Terre Haute, Indiana

Jan. 21, 1887 Mendelssohn Society, Butterfield’s Dramatic Opera “Ruth”

Jan. 28, 1887 Fourth Presbyterian Church, “The Crowning of the Queen of Fame”

Feb. 15, 1887 Naylor’s Opera House, Terre Haute, “My Aunt Bridget”

March 15, 1887 Drittes Concert of the Indianapolis Lyra (in German)

March 16, 1887 Letztes Concert of the Indianapolis Lyra (German and English)

March 27, 1887 First Lutheran Church, Dedication Services

April 4, 1887 Ladies Matinee Musicale, Plymouth Church, Indianapolis

April 11, 1887 The Indiana University, list of students seeking positions as teachers

April 20, 1887 Pfafflin’s Music Hall, Piano Recital by Anton Strelezki

April 21, 1887 Viertes Concert by the Lyra (German and English)

May 4, 1887 Letztes Concert of the Indianapolis Maennerchor (German)

May 12, 1887 Musical Theatrical Entertainment by the Maennerchor Society, Der Liebestrank and Die Schoene Galathee (German and English)

May 17, 1887 Ladies’ Matinee Musicale

May 26, 1887 Jubilee Meeting of Harmony Church, Commemorative of the Fiftieth Anniversary

June 8, 1887 The Indiana University, Fifty-Eighth Annual Commencement, College Chapel, Bloomington, Indiana

June 11, 1887 Testimonial Concert tendered to Miss Grace Golden by Miss Eliza Lichtenberger, Opera House, New Harmony Indiana

June 13, 1887 Nineteenth Annual Commencement of the High School of Indianapolis, Tomlinson Hall (two copies)

June 16, 1887 Grand Summer Night’s Festival by the Indianapolis Lyra at Phoenix Garden (German and English)

June 17, 1887 The Senior Class of Butler University, Commencement Exercises

June 19, 1887 Children’s Day, Meridian Street M. E. Church, Indianapolis

July 5, 1887 National Music Teachers’ Association, Grand Musical Festival, Tomlinson Hall

July 5-8, 1887 Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Music Teachers’ National Association, Indianapolis, Indiana (two copies)

July 18, 1887 In Loving Remembrance of John Snider, age 75 yrs. 5 mos. 7 days

Aug. 13, 1887 Song Recital, Miss Sallie E. Bingham

Sept. 5, 1887 Brown’s Grand Opera House, “The World”

Sept. 10, 1887 Alumnae Association of the Indianapolis Classical School for Girls

Oct. 7, 1887 The President’s Day, Indianapolis Woman’s Club

Oct. 13, 1887 13th Annual Reunion of the 70th Indiana Regiment in College Chapel at Irvington with address by Scott Butler and response by Benjamin Harrison

Oct. 18, 1887 Erstes Concert by Indianapolis Lyra (German and English)

Nov. 8-12, 1887 Society of Indiana Florists, First Annual Crysanthemum Show and Floral Exhibition, Tomlinson Hall

Nov. 13, 1887 New Clinton Hotel, Kokomo, Indiana (menu)

Nov. 20, 1887 Mr. and Mrs. J. Shoenberger request your presence at the marriage of their daughter Minnie Shoenberger to Henry Glueck at Giesen’s Hall, Woodland Avenue and Ohio Street

Nov. 29, 1887 The Indianapolis Flower Mission Training School for Nurses, Graduating Exercises at Meridian Street M. E. Church

Nov. 30, 1887 First Entertainment given by the Society of the Indianapolis Light Infantry (dance card)

Dec. 31, 1887 The Elevator, A Farce in Three Acts by W. D. Howells

1887 Geo. H. Thomas Woman’s Relief Corps No 20 G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic) Second Anniversary

1887 Register of Members, Officers, Programmes and Constitution of the Indianapolis Woman’s Club (two copies, 56 pages each)

1887 Indianapolis Woman’s Club Programmes from Oct. 7, 1887 to June 15, 1888 (two copies)



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