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Lost and found

April 25, 2014
Lewistown Sentinel
Sentinel photo by BRADLEY KREITZER
A portrait of Palmer S. Mitchell is displayed as conductor Peter Marsh, left, leads the Lewistown Community Band as they play Mitchell’s ‘T.O.H. March’ during the first concert of the season Thursday evening at the Mifflin County Middle School in Lewistown. Written in 1918 by the former Lewistown High School band director the ‘T.O.H. March’ stands for ‘Tressler’s Orphan House.’ This performance may be the first the song has been played since 1918 as it was believed to be lost forever until recently found among the effects of the old Lewistown High School. The free concert was presented by the Friends of the Mifflin County Library. Any donations made at the concert supports the Mifflin County Library.
 
 

 

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