Description: "And ’twill live in song and story, Though its folds are in the dust" is printed at right. The back has a great description: "One of the most pleasing as well as spectacular features of the great re-union of C.S.A. Veterans, which was held in Richmond in May-June 1907 for the purpose of participating in the exercises incident to the unveiling of the Jeb Stuart & Jefferson Davis Monuments, was the arrangement and costuming of 600 school children in the form and colors of a Confederate battle flag. The children occupied a stand within the Lee Monument enclosure, and aroused the greatest enthusiasm by their singing "Dixie" and other Southern Airs".
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