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: Manchester Young People's Week

Talk : ' Bright Spots in City Streets '

: Manchester Young People's Week

Varna Street Elementary School for Boys Choir
A Story: 'Mr. Pickwick and his Friends join a Shooting Party,' from 'The Pickwick Papers,' by Charles Dickens
(Manchester Programme continued from page 511.)

: Manchester Young People's Week

Mr. J. H. TOBBITT. Chairman of the Executive
Committee for Manchester Young Peoples Week, ' A Retrospect and a Message

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. H. Tobbitt.

: VAUDEVILLE

JOHN KIRBY
JOHN HENRY
WALLACE CUNNINGHAM (Ventriloquial Humorist)
JEAN PAULE and LEONIE LAScELLES (Comediennes)
MAURICE JONES (Actor-Entertainer)
NELSON JACKSON (in his Latest Songs and Jests)
! Supported by THE STATION ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Unknown: John Kirby
Unknown: John Henry
Unknown: Wallace Cunningham
Unknown: Jean Paule
Unknown: Nelson Jackson








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