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Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, The Prospect Hill Park Celebration. (search)
The flag was presented to, the city by Prospect-hill Chapter, Daughters of the Revolution, of Somerville. After a selection by the band, prayer was offered by Rev. J. Vanor Garton, pastor of the West Somerville Baptist Church. The programme included: Singing, ‘The Flag,’ H. K. Hadley, by the pupils of the high schools, led by S. Henry Hadley; introductory address by Mayor Edward Glines; address, His Excellency Governor John L. Bates; singing (a) ‘The Breaking Waves Dashed High,’ (b) ‘Battle Hymn of the Republic,’ by the pupils; address, His Honor Lieutenant-Governor Curtis Guild, Jr.; singing, ‘The Star-Spangled Banner,’ (with accompaniment by the band); remarks, by John F. Ayer, president of the Somerville Historical Society; poem, by Librarian Sam Walter Foss; music, Eighth Regiment band; singing, ‘America.’ Address by Mayor Glines. Mayor Glines said in part:— Somerville appears to-day in a dual role. She is both guest and hostess. She is honored, and