American Legion- New Albany
2 mss boxes
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Processed by: Jennifer Duplaga, April 2005
The American Legion is a veteran’s organization founded in 1919 in St. Louis. The organization has posts throughout the United States and provides services to retired and active military men and women who have served in a time of war.
This collection contains a series of music books used by the American Legion New Albany branch marching band. Each book is labeled for a different instrument. Song titles in the books include: “March-Blazing the Trail,” “On the Picket Line,” “Spirit of Peace,” “Under the American Flag,” “The Hague Conference,” and “Florizel Overture”.
n.d. 38 marching band musical scores for different instruments
n.d. 36 marching band musical scores for different instruments
Size of Collection:
2 mss boxes
Culbertson Mansion State Memorial, 15 Apr. 1981
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