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[Magic lantern service] (lantern service, Windsor, Berkshire, England, 6 March 1900)

Type of event
lantern service
Full title
Magic lantern service
Date
6 March 1900
Time of day
18:00
People linked to event

ANDERSON, Captain   (fl. 1900s) – lecturer

Reference

“'Tommy Atkins Holding the Fort': The attendance of St. Anne's school-room last Tuesday, on the occasion of two lantern services given by Capt. Anderson, was most encouraging. The first service was for children and commenced at six o' clock. It was gratifying to find the capacious schoolroom packed with little faces eagerly scanning the pictures on the sheet, and all of them giving rapt attention to the story of the 'Torn Bible'; three hundred little ones were present. The second meeting was at 7.30 for adults; there were about 90 present. (...) On Saturday, Capt. Anderson gave a lantern lecture in the Infantry Barracks coffee room; there was a large attendance of soldiers and a lively interest was hold throughout the lecture.”

Lucerna ID 7000766

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 19 February 2011

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