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[[preprinted]] Monday February 10, 1930 Junior Assembly An Hour of Negro Music Negro National Anthem - J. Rosamond Johnson School Roll Jordan, Roll - R. Nathaniel Dett By An' By - J. Rosamond Johnson Mrs. Phillis T. Goines Little Gal - J. Rosamond Johnson Go Down in the Lonesome Valley - Harry T. Burleigh Mr. Isaac Cupid Lis'en To De Lam's - J. Rosamond Johnson School Deep River - J. Rosamond Johnson Miss Lawrence Smith Mrs. Isabel Seldon Barcarolle - R. Nathaniel Dett Miss R.N. Browne Were You There? - Harry T. Burleigh Evelyn Broadus Little Mother of Mine - Harry T. Burleigh Boys of 7B6 Let Us Cheer The Weary Traveler - S. Coleridge Taylor Mrs. L.H. Pack O Wasn't Dat a Wide RiverJ. Rosamond Johnson School [[end page]] [[start page]] TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11 Senior Devotional Period Scripture Reading Lord's Prayer Response Ode to EthiopiaDunbar James Fowler, 9B3 Were You There ?H. T Burleigh Evelyn Broadus, 9B1 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 Senior Assembly (Same as Junior Assembly February 11, 1930) THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1930 (Same as Senior Devotional Period Feburary 10, 1930) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1930 Junior and Senior Special Afternoon Assemblies Negro National Anthem - School Instrumental Number Misses R.W. Browne and J. F. Johnson Remarks - Mr. J.G. Logan A message for Negro Boys and Girls Mr. A.S Pinkett, Secretary, D.C.N.A.A.C.P Sometimes I feel like a Motherless Child H.T. Burleigh Dr. I. N. Cupid
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