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|Title||Robert Todd Lincoln; Girl Scouts / [unknown]|
|Author||Lincoln herald (Harrogate, Tenn.)|
|Description||The article: "Robert Todd Lincoln" features a facsimile letter from Robert Todd Lincoln to Dr. John Wesley Hill, dated February 5, 1925 in response to an invitation by Lincoln Memorial University to attend a celebration of Lincoln's birthday in Washington D.C., an occasion that he was unable to attend the event because of declining health. In "Girl Scouts" a program of February 22  is described in regard to the songs, audience, and participants. At the close of the program, W. I. Jones, extension secretary, "presented prizes to people in Harrogate who were the winners in the campaign to 'Make Harrogate Beautiful' last summer."|
Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- History.
Howard, Clarence H..
|Holding Library||Lincoln Memorial University|
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