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(title page) Concert and Exhibition by the Pupils of the North Carolina Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind Thursday Evening, Feb. 12, 1891. Complimentary to the General Assembly of North Carolina
North Carolina Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind
[Raleigh?, North Carolina]
Call number Cb362.4 N87c (North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
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1. Anthem--Be Glad, O Ye Righteous, . . . . .Henry Smart
2. Address of Welcome,
Miss Mary Allison.
3. Palermo Quadrille, Inst. Trio, . . . . .D'Albert
Misses Raney, Pickett and Winecoff.
4. Word and Sentence Writing,
Mr. Haynes' Class.
5. Up With the Birds, . . . . . Frank Harvard
6. A Hymn in Signs,
Miss Martha Cox.
7. Inst. Duett--Good Humor March, . . . . . Henry Allard
John Hampton and Julius Dudley.
8. Exercise by Beginners in Articulation.
9. The Message--Vocal Solo, . . . . .Blumenthal
Miss Mary Downey.
10. Exercise in Numbers,
Miss Marshall's Class.
11. Two Little Birds Are We, . . . . . Howard
Misses V. Brothers and B. Pitman.
12. Inst. Duett--Charge of the Uhlans,. . . . . C. Bohn
Ralph and Gertrude Fisher.
13. Calisthenics--Stick Exercise,
Class of Deaf Girls.
1. Hunting Four Leaved Clover,
2. Exercise in Geography,
Mr. Goodwin's Class.
3. Vocal Duett--Now Hill and Dale, . . . . .Fr. Agthe
Misses Downey and Staton.
4. Heartsease--Recitation in Signs,
Miss S. Angier.
5. Reading by the Blind.
6. Organ Solo, . . . . . Battiste
7. Word Signing and Story,
Master David Hosley.
8. The Old Log Barn,
9. Exercise in Geography and Arithmetic by Blind.
10. Brightly the Morning, . . . . .Von Weber
11. Doll Drill,
Class of Deaf Girls.
DOORS OPEN AT 7 O'CLOCK. EXERCISES BEGIN PROMPTLY
AT 8 OCLOCK.