Exhibit 6: Newspapers, Journals & Articles
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Call# Lexington Independent
Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Summary Lexington Independent, 6 issues, 1902-1908

June 7, 1902, "Memorial Day: George G. Meade Post No. 119 had an All-Day Celebration; The Graves of Departed Comrades Decorated in Lexington and Bedford"

September 20, 1902, "The Two Candidates: Edward C. Stone, George W. Sampson"

November 15, 1902, "New High School Dedicated," "Jack the Slugger: An Independent Man on the Trail… Iron Bar With Which the Murder Might Have Been Committed Found in the Rear of a Blacksmith Shop…"

November 29, 1902, Whether or not Lexington will become part of the Metropolitan water system, fight over allotting road space for railway, "Editorial Comment: The Little Red Schoolhouse"

April 18, 1903, "Military Organizations of Lexington: Early Records and What They Tell - The Minute Men - Interesting Events and Traditions - Later History and the Civil War"

February 20, 1908, "Debating address of Robert P. Clapp… before the Men's club of East Lexington," article in defense of women's suffrage
Object ID Worthen.2034
Object Name Newspaper
People Stone, Edward C.
Clapp, Robert P.
Sampson, George Walter
Pub Place Lexington MA
Search Terms G.A.R., George G. Meade Post 119
Lexington High School
Battle of Lexington commemorations
Subjects Newspapers
Title Lexington Independent
The Edwin B. Worthen Collection, Cary Memorial Library

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