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The Woman's Era, Volume 1, an electronic edition

by Josephine St. P. Ruffin [Ruffin, Josephine St. P.] and Florida R. Ridley [Ridley, Florida R.]

date: [1894-1897]
source publisher: Woman's Era Club
collections: Abolition, Freedom, and Rights, Women's Advocacy

Volume Contents

Table of Contents

Saturday, March 24, 1894

WOMAN'S ERA CLUB
WILL HOLD A
GRAND EASTER CARNIVAL
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 10

and running four days and nights at ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
North Russell Street, Boston.

The Carnival will open Tuesday afternoon at 8 o'clock with a reception to the Clergy. There will be a
ROSEBUD TEA RECEPTION on Wednesday afternoon and evening. Thursday will be
CHILDREN'S DAY, this afternoon and evening the floor will be reserved for dancing for children under fifteen only. On the last evening there will be a Reception by the Club and
A PROMENADE CONCERT.

Fancy Goods for Sale during the Carnival. A fine Cafe in the hall below where lunches will be served reasonably, and homemade pies, cakes, etc., will be on sale.

Single Admission - - - 10c.
Childrens' Day [Children] - 25c.