PRESIDENT'S SON STAR AT RECITAL

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Quentin Roosevelt, Miss Young's Pupil, Renders Three Numbers on the Piano

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WASHINGTON, April 20---[Eight irrelevant paragraphs omitted.]

Quentin Roosevelt, the youngest child of the President, was a star artist this afternoon at the pupils' recital given by Miss Marie Grice Young, his music teacher.  Quentin played three numbers---Swift's "The Tired Child," Dutton's "Christmas Day Secrets," and Niedlinger's "March of Fairy Palace Guard."  Quentin is a most serious young player, seldom misses a lesson, and plays with confidence and feeling.The other numbers on the programme were by Miss Agnes Trowbridge, Bradley Davidson, Miss Mildred Bacon, Miss Margaret Wilson, Miss Marion Stone, Miss Dorothy Hayden, Miss Elizabeth Armes, Miss Deborah Exel, and Miss Katharine Poole.

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2005) PRESIDENT'S SON STAR AT RECITAL (New York Times, Sunday 21st April 1907, ref: #4653, published 5 August 2005, generated 25th June 2021 09:51:12 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/presidents-son-star-at-recital.html