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Full text of "Souvenir Programme. The Author's Festival. Bellevue Stratford, Dec. 2nd, 1910. Benefit of School of Industrial Art of the Pennsylvania Museum. Price 25 cents."

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Ties Sweaters Real Laces Ostrich 
Feathers Curtains Draperies Portieres 

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iHE INSTITUTION in the interest of which this enter- 
tainment is given is an outgrowth of the great Centennial 
Exhibition of 1876. From the smallest beginning it has grown 
to be a power, and has strong claims upon the support of the 
community. In a great manufacturing center like Philadelphia, at 
a period when art plays so strong a part in the development of the 
industries, the importance of such an institution requires no emphasizing. 

Its Textile School is the best in the country — for practical commercial 
purposes ahead of any similar institution in the world. Its Art Department 
annually furnishes skilled craftsmen and women, fully prepared to carry on 
their work in their chosen trades, and the Museum is constantly adding to 
its collection of original objects to serve as models to students and to 
inspire them with suggestions from the best decorative art that the world 
has produced. 

The School with all its splendid advantages, and an attendance of 
nearly 1100 pupils, has no Endowment Fund, and is dependent on individual 
subscription and appropriations from the City and the State. 

There are many needs connected with its development that tax these 
resources beyond their limit, while the growth of the Museum depends 
entirely upon the intelligent generosity of its friends. 

That urgent necessary funds might be provided, it was decided 
to give 

THE AUTHORS' FESTIVAL 

THREE SILVER PRIZES 

for Competition 

Votes at 10 cents each will be collected by the Aids 

The majority of votes for any group or costume will govern the managers 
in awarding the Prizes 

Prizes awarded at 11.30 o'clock 

1. A Vase for the best Group 

2. A Plate for the best Woman's Costume 

3. A Cup for the best Man's Costume 



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JAMES BUTTERWORTH, Treasurer FRANKLIN SPENCER EDMONDS, Counsel 

EDWIN ATLEE BARBER, Director of Museum HON. EDWIN S. STUART, Governor of State 

HON. JOHN E. REYBURN, Mayor of City 



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Mrs. S. P. Wetherill, Jr. 



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Miss Myra Elliot 
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Authors' Festival 



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Mr. -J. Rodman Paul 
Mr. Joseph Wright 
Dr. Robert Le Conte 
Mr. Charles d'Invilliers 
Mr. John N. Carr 
Mr. Henry G. Bryant 
Mr. Edward J. Bell 
Mr. E. Spencer Blight 
Mr. R. Winder Johnson 



Mr. E. Burgess Warren 
Mr. Edward S. Miles 
Mr. Theodore N. Ely 
Hon. John McPherson 
Mr. Henry Belknap 
Mr. Howard Wood 
Mr. David Goodbread 
Mr. Joseph Goodbread 
Mr. J. Atkinson Ellegood 
Mr. Irving N. Chase 
Mr. E. Spencer Miller 
A. L. Diament & Co. 
Mr. R. Maurice Shanklin 
Mr. Franklin S. Edmonds 



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Mr. William Wood 
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Mr. John Wagner 
Mr. James T. Graff 
Mr. Joseph A. Hudson 
Mr. Westcott Bailey 
Bailey, Banks & Biddle 
G. H. Buchanan & Co. 
John L. Gaumev & Co. 



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Mrs. Richard S. Austin 
Mrs. Melville Stuart Atwood 
Mrs. William H. Andrews 
Mrs. John K. Andre 
Mrs. Charles Y. Audenried 
Mrs. Francis J. Alison 
Mrs. George M. Abbott 
Mrs. William Woodward Arnett 

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Mrs. George Bartol 
Mrs. J. Montgomery Baldy 
Mrs. Edwin N. Benson, Jr. 
Mrs. A. Charles Barclay 
Miss Elise Balch 
Mrs. Samuel T. Bodine 
Mrs. J. Sellers Bancroft 
Mrs. Edwin H. Butler 
Mrs. Matthew Baird 
Mrs. Edward Browning 
Mrs. Andrew A. Blair 
Mrs. Samuel B. Brown 
Mrs. John A. Brown, Jr. 
Mrs. T. Hewson Bradford 
Mrs. T. Ridgway Barker 
Mrs. Samuel Bancroft, Jr. 
Mrs. A. J. Drexel Biddle 
Mrs. H. H. Battles 



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Walter H. Bryant 
Frederick L. Baily 
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James A. Bonsack 
Edwin Swift Balch 
George Boker 
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Mrs. Oswald Chew 

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Miss Ida Cushman 

Mrs. Thomas Chamberlin 

Mrs. Charles West Churchman 



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Mrs. Charles E. Dana 
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Mrs. Samuel Dickson 
Mrs. Joseph Drexel 
Mrb. Clarence W. Dolan 
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Mrs. Thomas H. Dougherty 
Mrs. John R. Drexel 
Miss Dobbins 
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Mrs. Morris Dallett 
Mrs. Edward d'Invilliers 
Mrs. Camille d'Invilliers 
Mrs. John B. Deaver 
Mrs. Herman A. Denckla 
Mrs. Frederick C. Durant 



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Mrs. Herman A. Lewis 

Mrs. John W. Logan 

Mrs. George W. Lincoln 

Mrs. William Montague Lycelt 



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Fisher Corlies Morgan 
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George H. McFadden 
J. Dennie Meredith 
Effingham Morris 
James McCrea 
Edward Meigs 
Byron P. Moulton 
Samuel Merrick- 
Thomas McKean 



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Leslie W. Miller 


Mrs. 


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J. S. Muckle 


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R. Wilson McCredy 


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George McCall 


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George McFadden 


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Lydia Morris 


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Henry Pratt McKean 


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William McLean 


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Marshall Morgan 


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Richard Wain Meirs 


Mrs. 


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Macfarlane 


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Arthur Meigs 


Mrs. 


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Caspar Morris 


Mrs. 


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A. W. Miller 


Mrs. 


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George B. McCulloh 


Mrs. 


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Edward G. McCollin 




Mrs. 


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Mrs. 


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Edward H. Ogden 


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James Oakford 


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Howard Wurts Page 
David Pepper 
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Charles Piatt, Jr. 
John H. Packard 
Eli Kirk Price 
William R. Philler 
James Potter 
Joseph F. Page, Jr. 
Louis R. Page 
Francis R. Packard 
Beverley R. Potter » 
Samuel W. Pennypacker 

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Evan Randolph, Jr. 
G. Brinton Roberts 
Mary G. Reist 
Rosengarten 
John E. Reyburn 
P. F. Rothermel 
Frank H. Rosengarten 
Harry B. Rosengarten 
Horace E. Richards 
J. Stanley Reeves 
J. Howard Rhoads 
Fairman Rogers 
John B. Roberts 
George B. Roberts 
Thomas Roberts 
Mary Rosengarten 
Albert H. Rosengarten 
Louise Rodney 
B. Alexander Randall 
Adolph Rosengarten 
J. Howard Rhoads 
Theodore W. Reath 
Samuel Bartram Richards 



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Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Alfred Stengel 
Beauford Samuel 
J. Fraley Smith 
Joseph F. Sinnott 
Philip L. Spalding 
Edgar V. Seeler 
J. Walter Steel 
Anna P. Stevenson 
N. Parker Shortridge 
William Simpson, Jr. 
William J. Sewell, Jr. 
Louise I. Smith 
Matthew Semple 
Frank Sherman 
Edward Starr 
James Starr 
John Sims 
Joseph Sailer 
J. Emlen Smith 
James F. Sullivan 
Alfred G. B. Steel 
S. Francis Shaw 
Lewis A. Scott 
John C. Stevens 
Henry M. Steel 
Charles Sinnickson 
M. D. Stroud 
Charles H. Scott 
William S. Savage 
Edward S. Sayres 
Walter B. Saunders 



Mrs. Samuel Thompson 

Mrs. Nathan Trotter 

Mrs. Alfred Tucker 

Mrs. James Beaton Thompson 

Mrs. Paul Thompson 

Mrs. Sydney Thayer 

Mrs. Archibald G. Thompson 

Mrs. Charles T. Thompson 



Mrs. Elliston Paret 

Mrs. G. Colesbury Purves 

Mrs. Richard G. Parke 

Miss Mary W. Paul 

Mrs. William Piatt Pepper 

Mrs. Richard Peters 

Mrs. C. Stuart Patterson 

Mrs. John W. Pearce 

Mrs. Frederick A. Packard 

Mrs. Calvin Pardee 

Mrs. John H. Parsons 

Mrs. Theo. Cuyler Patterson 

Mrs. Charles A. Potter 



Mrs. Charles Scott, Jr. 
Mrs. C. Morton Smith 
Mrs. John Struthers 
Mrs. Charles C. Savage 
Mrs. Thomas McT. Stewart 
Mrs. John Strawbridge 
Mrs. William J. Strawbridge 
Mrs. George Strawbridge 
Mrs. Edward Shakespeare 
Mrs. John Sinnott 
Mrs. Percy Simpson 
Mrs. Mackay-Smith 
Mrs. Walter M. Sharpies 



Mrs. John R. Valentine 
Miss Gertrude Van Pelt 
Mrs. Theodore Voorhees 
Mrs. John K. Van Rensselaer 

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Mrs. W. Rodman Wharton 
Mrs. William Rotch Wister 
Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts 
Mrs. Talcott Williams 
Mrs. Joseph W. Wagner 
Mrs. Rodman Wister 



PATRONESSES— Continued 



Mrs. 


Samuel Price Wetherill 


Mrs. 


Thomas Earl White 


Mrs. 


Andrew Wheeler 


Mrs. 


William B. Whelen 


Mrs. 


Franklin McCrea Wirgman 


Mrs. 


J. William White 


Mrs. 


John L. Wentz 


Mrs. 


Samuel Stockton White 


Mrs. 


William J. Willcox 


Mrs. 


William Welsh . 


Mrs. 


Frank H. Wigton 


Mrs. 


David E. Williams 


Mrs. 


Lightner Witmer 


Mrs. 


Joseph S. L. Wharton 


Mrs. 


Henry W. Wilson 


Mrs. 


Edward Lowber Welsh 


Mrs. 


John W. Williams 


Mrs. 


Joseph Wharton 


Mrs. 


L. Caspar Wister 


Mrs. 


W. Beaumont Whitney 


Mrs. 


Taylor Wharton 


Mrs. 


Rollin Henry Wilbur 


Mrs. 


Dilhvyn Wistar 


Mrs. 


David Wallerstein 


Mrs. 


Irving Warner 


Mrs. 


John Price Wetherill 


Mrs. 


Graham Wood 


Mrs. 


Daniel B. Wentz 


Mrs. 


Samuel Price Wetherill 


Mrs. 


Horace F. Weeks 


Mrs. 


J. MacMurdie Warner 


Mrs. 


George Woodward 


Mrs. 


William White, Jr. 


Mrs. 


Parker I. Williams 


Mrs. 


James D. Winsor 


Mrs. 


Thomas Dewees Wood 


Mrs. 


Richard P. White 


Mrs. 


S. B. S. Wyeth 



Mrs. Charlotte M. Wain 
Mrs. Louis C. Washburn 
Mrs. B. Wilmsen 
Mrs. Henry Price Wright 
Mrs. Harrison B. Wright 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Harold Yarnall 
G. A. R. Yarrow 
Charlton Yarnall 
P. Feudall Young 



Mrs. Richard Zeckwer 
Miss Camille Zeckwer 
Mrs. Clarence Zantzinger 



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