Flag presentation ceremony

Part 1
Flag presentation ceremony
The audiotape includes a recording of a flag presentation ceremony held on Veteran's Day 1981 at the Farmville Public Library. The flags presented at the ceremony will be installed permanently in a memorial at the library as decided by the library's board of directors. Various speakers can be heard on tape and guests at the ceremony include: Lucille Quinn, Robert Morgan, Chief Ronald Cooper, Grady Bailey, John B. Willis, Jr., Marion Stowe, Tabitha DeVisconti, representatives of the Benjamin May Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, representatives of the Children of the American Revolution, representatives of the local Cub Scout chapter, and members of the library board.
November 10, 1981
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oral histories
10cm x 63cm
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Farmville Public Library
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