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Prince Herman

Nashville Globe
February 15, 1907
pg. 3

The entertainment at Fisk University Friday night, Feb. 8, was a success in every way. Every teacher and student of Fisk, and hundreds of our best citizens, were present. The 800 people who were fortunate in squeezing into Livingstone Hall were more than delighted, while the 200 or more persons turned away from the door because there was no room inside missed a real treat. These and all others will, however have opportunity to see Prince Herman at his very best in a bran [sic] new programme at Meharry Auditorium the night of Friday, March 8th. This will eclipse all other programs, because the stage is sufficiently large to admit of many very special features.

Crowded houses have greeted Prince Herman and Duke Berryman this week, 2 nights at Second Baptist Church, 2 nights at Jackson Temple and 1 night at Trinity C. M. E. Church. Their engagements for next week as follows: Payne Chapel A.M.E. Church, Monday night, Feb. 18th, Hubbard Chapel M.E. Church, Tuesday night, Feb. 19th; Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, Wednesday night , Feb. 20;; Third Avenue Baptist Church, Thursday night, Feb. 21st; Seays Chapel M.E. Church, Friday night, Feb. 22nd.

Prince Herman advises his many friends to see The Merchant of Venice at Fisk University Friday night, Feb. 22nd.

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