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Ebenezer Notes – Jan 25, 1907

Ebenezer Notes
Nashville Globe – January 25, 1907
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  • Miss Lillie Hall is improving rapidly.
  • To the great number of Negro enterprises has been added another successful one , the Ebenezer Theatrical Stock Co. Miss Hattie E. Henley, the prima donna, playing double parts, is unexcelled in any amateur company. Mr. James Andrew McIntosh, in the role of “Gramp,” deserves much credit for the masterly way in which he has taken to theatrical work. He is a talent as a whole is good. This week was a fine one, with three engagement. Ed Harding, as an up-to-date tramp, is the whole show, and always on the spot.
  • The Alpha Knights Society nominated its officers Monday night for the year.
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