Ohio History Journal

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338 Ohio Arch

338     Ohio Arch. and Hist. Society Publications

General J. Warren Keifer, recently appointed Trus-

tee of the Society and the only living Major General of

the Civil War, will favor the Society with some very

interesting and unrecorded history in an address at

this meeting.

A detailed program will be mailed to the members

of the Society.



The tentative program for the Centenary celebration

of the birth of Rutherford B. Hayes (1822-1893), the

nineteenth President of the United States (1877-1881),

to be held October 4, 1922, has been about completed.

The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society,

under whose auspices the event will be celebrated, has

appointed the following Committee on Arrangements to

conduct the affair: Former Governor James E. Camp-

bell, President of the Society, Chairman; Colonel Ed-

ward Orton, Jr., Beman G. Dawes, F. W. Treadway,

Arthur C. Johnson, Dr. W. O. Thompson and Daniel

J. Ryan.  The ceremonies will take place at Spiegel

Grove, Fremont, Ohio upon which is the old Hayes

homestead and the Hayes Library and Museum, now the

property of the Society, through the generosity and

patriotism of Colonel Webb C. Hayes.

The city of Fremont has in contemplation cooperat-

ing arrangements for a combined military and historical

pageant parade, leaving old Fort Stephenson at 1 P. M.,

the military feature of which may consist possibly of

cavalry, infantry and artillery of Ohio National Guard,

composed of the units Troop A of Cleveland, the Toledo

Battery, and the provisional regiment of infantry, a