Historical Tracts From Vineland NJ 1888 YMCA+1928 Mother's Garden of Remembrance +1908 Prohibition Sunday LawsHistorical Tracts From Vineland NJ 1888 YMCA+1928 Mother's Garden of Remembrance +1908 Prohibition Sunday Laws

Here are 4 old publications from Vineland NJ. 2 are little booklets written and published by T.G. Darling in 1888 titled "Why Should we Have Young Men's Christian Association In Our Town. Booklets have 68 numbered pages, The booklets are from a paper by the author read before the State Association of YMCA of New York in Albany 1880.. Both booklets are in good condition, complete and intact. Next is a 1908 publication with 16 numbered pages printed by the Review and Herald Publishing Association, Takoma Park Station, Washington D.C. and given out at a public meeting at Floral Hall, Elmer near 6th St. Vineland. The booklet is called "Prohibition and Sunday Legislation". The 4th booklet is "An Historical Revue (A Hope for Universal Peace) Presented at the Mothers' Garden of Remembrance 1928 ..Vineland , NJ". The booklet describes the memorial service and tributes to mothers of Revolution, Civil War, Cuba and WW1. The 4 pictures show the park and participants in the tribute service.. The booklet is in good condition complete and intact. All 4 offer glimpses of the political events that shaped the development of Vineland and NJ

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Historical Tracts From Vineland NJ 1888 YMCA+1928 Mother's Garden of Remembrance +1908 Prohibition Sunday Laws

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