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Posted: December 23, 2012 at 3:32 a.m.

100 YEARS AGO Dec. 23, 1912 Little Rock’s poor and unfortunate will not be forgotten Christmas day. Neither will the inmates of the state and county charitable and penal institutions have cause for sadness on that day. All will have Christmas dinners, and, in most of the institutions, arrangements have been made to provide gifts. Wherever possible there will be Christmas trees, and programs of music and readings appropriate to the season.

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Arkansas, Pages 18 on 12/23/2012


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