Library Week – Raising Funds for Hopewell Library and Museum (1921)

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Library Week, May 21 – 30, 1921
For the purpose of raising funds to erect at Hopewell, New Jersey
A Library and Museum in Memory of Our Pioneers and Heroes
Slogan: “Help Hopewell Honor Her Heroes”
Pamphlet, 56 pp., photos
Contents: Stout Family history (1792), Historical Pageants
Program for Library Week, Committees, Chronological History
Historical Pageants:
– THE MASQUE OF HOPEWELL , an HISTORICAL PAGEANT
– HISTORIC HOPEWELL: The Stouts at Minnepenasson
– ISAAC EATON’S SCHOOL (Beginning of Brown University)
– “WHO FOLLOWS ME TO BOSTON?”
– JOHN HART IN HIDING.
– THE COUNCIL OF WAR AT HUNT’S HOUSE
– THE RECEPTION TO LAFAYETTE
– OFF TO WAR, 1861
– THE FROG WAR
– OFF TO THE CENTENNIAL, 1876
– TABLEAU: Civil War and World War veterans.
John Robinson, who came North in 1865, on “The Underground Railroad.”
– EPILOGUE / THE APPEAL TO KNOWLEDGE