The Hartford Chronicle
NOVEMBER 23, 1946
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Connecticut's leading quartet, individual artists in their own right, who
were heard at Bushnell last week on the program presented by the Musical
Club of Hartford. Left to right : Gordon Stearns, Accompanist ; Russell
Moore, Tenor ; Esther DeLoach Watson, Soprano ; Sarah Powers, contralto ;
Don Watson, Bass. .
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Above picture taken at the Turf Club six months ago showing interest
Chronicle created with its first edition.
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Introducing Miss Gloria Twisdale our most recent addition
to the staff of the Hartford Tuberculosis and Public Health
Society. Richmond, Virginia's loss is our gain.
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE
Robert Spence, of Middletown,.-winner
in recent Hi,-Y state election, former
"Mayor for a day" last May.
Chronicle Subscription and Promotion Drive gets under way. Left to
Right : Reginald Fosque, Circulation Manager ; Arthur Warmsley, Staff
Photographer ; and Samuel S. Tiller, Promotion 'Dept.
Introducing Mr. Samuel S. Tiller, newest addition to the
Chronicle-Staff , who is expected to do great work in the pro
motional and advertising field.
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