" Musical Sounds-Piano, Organ, Bells, Etc." Talk prepared by the late Prof E. H. BARTON , D.Sc. S.B. from London.
ROSA KNIGHTS (Contralto). IVOR JAMES (Violoncello).
THE AUGMENTED STATION
Conducted by E. GODFREY BROWN. THE LONDON RADIO
Sir Robert Prescott Stewart -
Prof E. H.
Sir Robert Prescott
" THE QUEST OF
This is a tale of pathos, the scene of which is a casualty ward in a large hospital, and in course of which, the principal character, a child named Elizabeth, has a childish vision of faith and reunion. The sketch might be taken as a comment upon the opinions of those who would have us believe that children are not capable of sustaining faith in an after life.
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