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PROGRAM
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1940
Program Presented by Miss D.W. Frazier
THEME: ABRAHAM LINCOLN

America, The Beautiful...School

Introductory Remarks...Miss D.W. Frazier, Shaw Faculty

Lincoln's Gettysberg Address...Catherine Hacket, Section 8B3

Introduction of Guest Speaker...Miss N. M. Quander
Chairman, Committee Negro History Week

Lessons from the Life of Lincoln...Mr. Thomas P. Bomar
(Recently voted a perfect double for Lincoln)

Secretary, National Alliance of Postal Employees

Captain! My Captain...Elaine Wilson, Section 8B3

Greeting...Miss Virginia Anderson
Delegate, National Youth Congress.

Remarks...Mr. J.G. Logan
Principal, Shaw Junior Hight School

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1940

THEME: LABOR AND THE NEGRO WOMAN
God Bless America...School

Presentation of Speaker...Miss N.M. Quander
Chairman, Committee Negro History Week

Frontiers of Employment for Negro Women...Prof. James Browning
Faculty, Miner Teachers College

Negro National Anthem...School

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1940

THEME: NEGRO MUSICAL ARTISTS
Presentation of Miss Cleota Collins and Mrs. Gladys Thomas

PART I

The Time for Making Songs Has Come...Rogers

Don't Hurry...Sanderson

A Song At Eve...Gladys Thomas Gomez

Next Time...Kellogg
Miss Cleota Collins, former student, Lila Robinson of the Metropolitan Opera Company; Yeatman Griffith, New York City; Marie de Iole of Paris, France; Silva Pucaetti of Milan, France. Former head of the Vocal Department, Tuskeegee Institute.

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PROGRAM

PART II

Prelude in A Minor...Debussy

Caprice Viennois...Kreisler
Mrs. Gladys Thomas Gomez, Student of Piano and Organ Under Louis Dité in Vienna, Austria; and Student under Reneé Neyroc, Nice, France

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1940

THEME: A MUSICAL

Presented by Girls' Glee Club, Shaw Junior High School

Beatrice Byrd...Pianist, Section 8B3

Mrs. L.H. Pack...Directress, Girl's Glee Club
Assisted by Sterling Thomas (Graduate Shaw Junior High School)

National Negro Anthem...J. Rosamond Johnson
  School

Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child...S. Coleridge Taylor
  Beatrice Byrd

Let Us Cheer the Weary Traveler...R. Nathaniel Dett
  Girls Glee Club

Little Mother of Mine...H.T. Burleigh
  Lucious Johnson

Who Knows?...Dunbar-Ball
  Lucretia Patrick, Virginia Thomas, Carlotta Kyler, Ruth Berry

Since You Went Away...J. Rosamond Johnson
  Constance Prout

His Song...R. Nathaniel Dett
  Shirley Brown

Barcarolle...R. Nataniel Dett
  Sterling Thomas

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1940

THEME: NEGRO LABOR

God Bless America...School

Wade in de Water...H.T. Burleigh
  Mr. I.N. Cupid, of the Faculty, Shaw Junior High School

Introduction of Guest Speaker...Miss N.M. Quander
  Chairman, Committee Negro History Week

Negro Labor...Mr. A. Philip Randolph
  International President, Brotherhood of Pullman Car Porters

Lit'l Gal...J. Rosamond Johnson, Paul Lawrence Dunbar

Viking Song...S. Coleridge Taylor
  School

Transcription Notes:
mandc: probably Milan, Italy?

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