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Topic: rockville centre

1937
1937
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1956
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1956
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Southside Parent Teachers Assn. presents Southside Varsity Band concert, high school auditorium, Rockville Centre Benefit students loan fund.

Southside Parent Teachers Assn. presents Southside Varsity Band concer...

Poster announcing band concert featuring the Southside High School varsity band, sponsored by the Southside PTA.

Party & barter - benefit Nassau art teachers scholarship fund Coca Cola Plant, Rockville Centre.

Party & barter - benefit Nassau art teachers scholarship fund Coca Col...

Poster announcing party for the benefit of the Nassau Art Teachers Scholarship Fund, showing playing cards.

Southside Varsity Band concert, Harvey A. Sartorius, director, Southside High School, Rockville Centre Harwood Simmons, guest conductor.

Southside Varsity Band concert, Harvey A. Sartorius, director, Southsi...

Poster announcing band concert featuring the Southside High School varsity band, conducted by Harwood Simmons, guest conductor, showing silhouette of band conductor.

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