Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Fatio Block 34, Lot 2
Title: National Colonial Dames Committees Slate Parley
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Title: National Colonial Dames Committees Slate Parley
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Fatio Block 34, Lot 2
Physical Description: Clipping/photocopy
Language: English
Publication Date: 1964
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Box: 7
Divider: Block 34
Folder: Fatio B34-L2
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
20 Aviles Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Ximenez-Fatio House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 20 Aviles Street
Coordinates: 29.891099 x -81.311673
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094855
Volume ID: VID00014
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: B34-L2

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THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, JACKSONVILLE, SUFI\DAY, MARCH 8,


National Colonial Dames



Committees Slate Parley


ST. AUGUSTINE Albert
C. Manucy, author and histori-
an with the National Park
Service, will be the featured
speaker at a conference of two
national committees of the So-
ciety of Colonial Dames of
America Tuesday and Wednes-
day at Ponce de Leon Hotel
here. ,
"Pedro Menendez: Founder
of St. Augustine" will be the
topic of Mr. Manucy's talk at


7:30 p.m. banquet Wednesday.
A primary purpose of the
meeting is to hear reports from
the national historical activities
and patriotic service commit-
tees of the Society's Region 3,
consisting of Florida, Georgia,
Louisiana, Tennessee, Alabama,
Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma
and North and South Camlina.
The two committees will
hold a joint meeting at 10:30


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a.m. Tuesday. After a 1 p.m.
luncheon, they will meet sep-
arately at 2 o'clock. Dinner
will be held at 7 p.m. at
Ponce de Leon Motor Lodge.
Luncheon at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday will be at the Xi-
menez Patio House, the So-
ciety's state headquarters and
museum.
Mrs. Robert H. Paul Jr. of
Jacksonville, state president,
will leave today for St. Augus-
tine, accompanied by Mrs. Ro-
land D. Baldwin, vice chair.
man of the historical activities
committee, and Mrs. Kenneth
Alexander Morris, general
chairman of the conference.
Mrs. Joe Witcher Dingess of
Huntington, W. Va., chairman,
will direct discussion of the
patriotic service committee, as-
sisted by Mrs. Allen W. Daugh-
try, Milledgeville, Ga., vice
chairman. Chairman of the
historical activities committee
is Mrs. J. W. E. Moore of
Nashville, Tenn.
National officers participat-
ing will be Mrs. James I.
Wendell, Pottstown, Pa., presi-
dent; Mrs. Malcolm Maclean,
Savannah, Ga., and Miss Mar-
guerite Appleton, Providence,
R. I., honorary presidents;
Mrs. T. Spencer Williamson Jr.
Richmond, Va., first vice presi-
dent; and Mrs. Ralph Trow-
bridge Hanson, Charleston, S.C.
registrar.
A tour of the city's histori-
cal sights is on the agenda
for visitors and members,
Wednesday.
Alms of the historical activi-
ties committee Include publish-
ing books as sources of in-
formation on colonial times,
preserving documents, mark-
ing sites of events in colonial
history and restoring colonial
buildings.
The educational work of the
society is directed by the patri-
otic service committee, which
offers scholarships, lectures
and prizes for encouragement
of the study of the 13 colonies'
history.


-Times-Union Fhoto 1'Y LOU sEaer
CHECKING NOTES in preparation for the Colonial
Dames conference are (from left) Mrs. Baldwin, Mrs.
Morris and Mrs. Paul.


PERIOD ATMOSPHERE will be provided for the
Colonial Ddmes when they meet for luncheon Tuesday
at 12:30 p.m. at their state headquarters and museum
in St. Augustine. Now called the Ximenez-Fptio House,
it was built in 1798, getting its name from the builder,
Andres Ximenez, and a former resident, Louisa Fatio.




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Miss Anna Marie Brandt, who


will wed Peter Mitchell Judge
rl I on March h0, will be enter-
TIR .rbllL I| trained this afternoon at a tea
given by Miss Frances Leake
S ,6 ~theome of her grandmoth-


Redfern, Mrs. Jean Shifer
and Mrs. Judy Courtney.
day a dinner party
Miss Lewis ana
given by her


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