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From: Joy Bold <>
Subject: [Bklyn] Brooklyn Daily Standard Union
Date: Thu, 06 Sep 2001 21:28:31 -0400
Brooklyn Daily Standard Union
Johnstown Flood info and Lists of
5 June 1889
This is the gladsome children's day.
Thousands of little ones march through the streets
beneath the silken banners of the Church. The
music of Anniversary Hymns wake the echoes
in Church and Woodland.
THE CLINTON AVE DIVISION
Reviewed by ex-President Cleveland, Mayor
Chapin and Other Prominent Men with Their Wives.
There were 21 schools, they had over 9,000 children
in line. These were Summerfield M.E. Church, Wright
F. Lewis, Jr., marshal's aid
Summerfield M.E., Charles P. Armstrong, supt.
Duryea Presbyterian Church Sunday School, W. McCarroll,
Friends' Bible School, J.C. Pritchard, Supt.
Emmanuel Baptist Church, W.H. Dutcher, marshal's aid
Washington Ave Baptist, Leonard Richardson, supt.
Emanuel Baptist, C.H. Dutcher, supt.
Welcome Primitive, John Bennett, supt.
North Reformed Church, J.C. Ball,marshal's aid
North Reformed, Herbert Booth King, supt.
Centennial Baptist, E.A. Hutchins, supt.
Park Ave Primitive, Theo. Meserole, supt.
Simpson M.E. Church, J.G. Carpenter, marshal's aid
Simpson M.E. Church, James S. Case, supt.
St. Luke's Lutheran, C. Fred Stohlmann, supt.
Fleet St M.E., John M. Bulwinkle, supt.
Clinton Ave Congregational Church, Henry E. Jones,
Clinton Ave Congregational Church, A.C. Woodruff,
Atlantic Ave Mission, John J. Williams, supt
Willoughby Ave Mission, S.Perry Sturgess, supt.
Hanson Place Baptist Ch., W.H. Hueston, marshal's aid
Hanson Place M.E. , Samuel Booth, supt
Cumberland St Presbyterian, Dr. C. S. Van Orden, supt
Lafayette Ave Presbyterian , George E.S.Marshall,
Hanson Place Baptist, J.W. S. Harling, supt
Centennial Reformed, Charles C. Shelley, supt
St. Mark's Church, F. Walker, marshal's aid
Messiah Protestant Episcopal, Rev. C.R. Baker, supt
St, Mark's Protestant Episcopal, William Shaw, supt.
When the children had been arranged in line, the parade
started from the corner of Willoughby and Clinton Aves,
led by Marshal Julius A. Praire (?), who was assisted by
Charles F. F. Lewis,
J.W.S. Harding, Jr.,
W. Atwood French
James B. Morrison
Frederick A. Barker
J. Frederick Prankard
Arthur P. Dunkley
John Foster (?)
Henry J. Newell
Arthur M Saunders
Frederick P. Milne
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