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The natal day of General Robert Edward Lee Appropriately observed throughout the South, Jan. 19, 1901. The exercises at New Orleans, La., under the auspices of the local Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy, peculiarly impressive. The Poem of Mrs. Mary Ashley Townsend a Stirring Requiem. The Chaste and app
served throughout the South.
In every city, village and hamlet there were appropriate exercises with a cessation of secular effort.
The exercises at New Orleans, Louisiana, under the auspices of the local chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy, were fully reported in the Picayune, of January 20, 1901.
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Treasurer of the Chapter, presented the following able report:
To the Officers and Members of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Chapter No. 72, New Orleans, La.: Ladies—To-day, January 19, 1901, the anniversary of the birthday of our hero, Robert E. Lee, brings us to the opening of a new Chapter year, and it is meet