Major Maruice Generelly Sept 19, 1895

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Major Maruice Generelly
Sept 19, 1895 - I - the carriages occupied by the varlon. ;...
I - the carriages occupied by the varlon. ; ^^"^^T^^ £d ,h,r ^T,Ii0n« the Tm™ W£*l - S^pe1^^ttTSSSS«. ! fene^Jfo.r France, stationed at New Or - SSrS: rte™ tautayjtneofficial* r4enTrepreSfn°ta - SEE S£«pSt8 ArgenUhaT^ dore H. Man repre^nti„g Costa Rica, and Luis M Jove representing Venezuela. *™ "^J^ the sorters ot th, "7™ nfavo? wi,rthTmen"ers of ^ council, many of whom were mem - bers of the board of directors of the ex - position, and did not go as a body. Louisiana Colonels in line. There was also the following member, of the governor's staff of Louisiana in car - ria GeneraJ E P Cottraux, colonel C. L. Walker. Colonel J. C. Andrews, Colonel George Varnard. Major Maurice Gener - e"5'' George S. Kouster and Colonel ^ the callages occupied by the repre - sentallve9 of tne negro board there were J" «ariantl Pen»' «ooker T. Washington, B,8,lop - w. j. Ga(nes w Q Emen. Arkan. S":kW: C Col^maa - Nortn Carolina. G. V. clark - fennessw.; t\ . m. Brown. Virginia; R Glbbs and JL F,orWa - cSrt^T^T^^ Frank" Weeks" a*S

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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 19 Sep 1895, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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