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Wednesday
Oct272010

(Part 10) 1935 Trip to New York Scrapbook

Again, today we pick up with Mrs. O'Brien's Tuesday events.  Starting tomorrow and the days beyond that her journaling pics back up more and you'll get to hear more from our author.

Journaling:

After the recital we went back to the hotel and freshened up and then took the I.R.T. Subway to Riverside Drive, where we all stood and had our pictures taken in a park.  Afterward we had dinner at the International House, sang during the meal.  Then Mr. Skinner walked over to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine with us.

I have to admit today was a pretty dry post.  It gets better tomorrow and we'll see another issue of the "A.G.O. Cipher!"  See you then!

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Reader Comments (1)

It is a little dry, but I'm always interested to see what they play. I would love to hear current AGO members' perceptions of the pieces they played, who played them, and the overall agenda.

October 27, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterChristine

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