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From: "Anne Brown" <>
Subject: Re: [NYC] The Band Shell in Central Park
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 1999 08:06:21 -0400
I would have said Damrosch, too, but I'm wrong. Go to
http://newyork.sidewalk.com/detail/11688 to find out why. Go to
http://newyork.sidewalk.com/map?EID=75660 to see that it's Naumberg. It's
amazing what's on the internet! Anne
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Anne W. Brown (Mrs. Geo. S.), Trustee
New York Marble Cemetery, Inc. Our site is at
Our records have been published by Kinship:
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 1999 2:09 PM
Subject: [NYC] The Band Shell in Central Park
> Hi All!
> Amid all of my genealogy, I am also trying to keep up with my high school
> son's school scrapbook. Last April, he traveled with the Concert Band
> the high school to the East coast and played several concerts from
> The final concert that they played was in the "oldest bandshell in the US"
> which is located in Central Park. I have a wonderful photo and wanted to
> and find some historical information on it. I have gone to the web site
> Central Park, emailed them and read their history (no mention of the
> bandshell). Thought there might be someone with a tidbit of knowledge.
> Many thanks for any help that might come my way!!
> Happy hunting!!
> Susan Seltzer Schenk
> Bloomington, MN
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