Clarence B Sage

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Clarence B Sage - "last May 28, 1915. Mrs. Clara N. Reed, 43...
"last May 28, 1915. Mrs. Clara N. Reed, 43 Crown street, Kingston, N. Y. My Dear Mrs. Reed: It would be impossible to tell how much we all enjoyed the if-ll T.-n-f : p a i d for t n e t i m e and trouble get- down and back. About i n t y Cats k'ill people besides the u s came ^own ^own to hear "The Creation." and every one was most enthusiastic in their praise of the whole performance. , The Catskill people who attended Teat in- the performance of The Creation have heard such r e a11 P e °P le before and heard them done n u m b e r f " "l: "l: ~ i " ~- ! i! i! as r durins saying this was by far course of , d "eard. artists, one in particular The Creation three times. big sale which several days. Dur- -°ale h a l s ar% bains dist most remarkably" low e " usual trim. continued Tbe one thing we all wondered the small attendance by Kingston Kingston people at all three concerts. find however, a good reason for when we read t h e comment on concert in your local morning paper. We do not wonder that you cannot fill your seats when a local paper gives you such a cnld blast. As I have said, we Catskill pie thought wo had heard something far above the ordinary and we not going to change our - minds spito of f u n ' very critical article your Kingston morning paper. Yours very truly, (Signed! CLARENCE B. SAGE. Moving.

Clipped from The Kingston Daily Freeman29 May 1915, SatPage 10

The Kingston Daily Freeman (Kingston, New York)29 May 1915, SatPage 10
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