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Birthday Greetings

TELEGRAM FROM HUNTER COLLEGE

This card shows that you have knowledge
Enough to enter Hunter College
So with your birthday on my mind
I'll say "LET JOY BE UNCONFINED"

from Cicely and Irving 
1941

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THE SENIOR CHOIR
EMANUEL A.M.E. CHURCH
Rev. Robert S. Lawrence, Pastor
37 41 W 119TH STREET
NEW YORK CITY

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PRESENTS

"THE CREATION"
An Oratoria In Three Parts
By Joseph Haydn.

With
MAYME SWINTON and WILLIE BRADSHAW as Soprano Soloists

ELLIOT SEWELL, Tenor

EUGENE MAYO, Basso

JOY MEARIMORE and CHARLOTTE ALFORD, Pianists
 
DAVID FOUNTAINE and JOHANN L. TESTMAN, Organists

CHARLES H. ALFORD, CONDUCTOR

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MONDAY EVENING.
MARCH 31, 1941
AT NINE

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[[note]] My professional education begins under Charlie Alford, a gifted tenor.  His sister Charlotte was a professional alto in her own right having starred in "Four Saints in Three Acts" by Virgil Thompson [[/note]]

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