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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1923, Washington, District Of Columbia THE WASHINGTON POST: THURSDAY, 31. 1923. After exercises in the amphitheater m Arlington yesterday, Gen. Pershmg gathered together a ttw poppu-, and walked among the graves of the lads who fought under him. He is shown here kneeling in prayer as he placed a poppj on a gnu e The ranks are thinning fast and each year finds fewer of the in the war turning Memorial day services Members of the Grand of the Rioabi L naM 'e H on the Arlington cemetery yesterday memorial tablet to Commodore M. F. _ Maury, United States naval observatory President Harding speaking founder, which will be unveiled at Goshen in the Arlington amphi- Ph38? Va, June 9. theater yesterday. 'resilient Hardiag reath on the tomb oi tht. mkno-w-n soldier llom r to 1 n fVrshing at the tomb of 'h, soldier HI or Pxt tta Girl Scouts placing poppies on the gravei m Arlington .WreUrjr of War pUcinf poppies on the IVM in ewrtary foUowinc tervkw Fred ULNcr Pott Mrs Harding planting an elm tree in Arlington yesterdaj aa a tribute from the disabled American -v eterans to the
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