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Topic: fenway park

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1918
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Ceremonies and Parades - Cardinal O'Connell presides at Military Mass in Boston.  Fenway park, Boston saw a military mass in honor of those members of the military and Naval forces of the United States who had gien their lives in the war.  The Mass was memorial in character and was held under the auspices of the United Spanish War Veterans and the Army and navy Union of mass.  Cardinal O'Connell presided and is seen here approaching the alter

Ceremonies and Parades - Cardinal O'Connell presides at Military Mass ...

Date Taken: 1918. - Photographer: Inter. Film Ser. Ceremonies and Parades

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