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HELEN LILLIAN CHUBBUCK Figure Reader, Impersonator Sibley, Illinois. TESTIMONIALS. I am personally acquainted with Miss Chubbuck. She is a young lady of beautiful character, a bright and thorough scholar, an elocutionary reader of marked talent. I have heard her read frequently. She possesses superb talent, a sweet well modulated voice, a graceful carriage, an excellent stage appearance and a good literary conception of a piece. We predict for her abundant success as a reader and public entertainer. REV. A. WIRT LOWTHER, D. D., Pastor M. E. Church, Dwight. It offers me pleasure to state that I have heard Miss Chubbuck read publicly on several different occasions. Whenever I have heard her she has done herself much credit in the very acceptable manner in which she has rendered her selections. Miss Chubbuck has a natural gift for oratory and has devoted considerable of her time to its study. She has won much praise for the realistic and interesting manner in which she has performed in public. FRANK G. BARNES, D. D. President Wesleyan College, Bloomington. Miss Chubbuck is a worthy young woman of high moral character. I have heard her read on different programs and she never fails to pe her audience with her selections. I do not hesitate to recommend her as highly capable to give entertainment which will be much appreciated by her audience. S. D. VAN BENTHUYSEN, Prin. School of Business, Dakota Wesleyan, Mitchell, S. Dak. I take great pleasure in recommending Helen Chubbuck as a reader of marked She has an unusually attractive personality, bined with a faultless discrimination, and with a power and refinement that is sure to MISS GRACE M. GILBERT Director of Oratory, Grand Prairie Miss Helen Chubbuck is a young lady shown considerable natural talent as a which has been supplemented with an course in oratory. Miss Chubbuck is a young of excellent character and rare ability. It pleasure to thus recommend so worthy a lady to any chautauqua board that is in search a first class reader. H. M. RUDOLPH, County Superintendent of Schools. It gives me pleasure to state that I have several times listened to the readings of Miss Chubbuck and that they were rendered in a manner which evinced exceptional natural ability as well as professional culture of a high order. She is sure to please those who may be privileged to hear her. BELLE RATCLIFFE, Reader. Miss Chubbuck is a young lady of much refinement and her audience was delighted with the readings which she gave. Miss Chubbuck is a pupil of Miss Grace M. Gilbert of the School of Oratory of Grand Prairie Seminary, of Onarga. We trust that Miss Chubbuck may again appear in our city.— Eastern (Ill.) Register. Miss Helen Chubbuck is possessed of a musical voice and a pleasing and expressive presence. She is equipped to furnish highly enjoyable entertainments. CHAS. C. WARD, Prof. Eloc. in Tome Inst., Port Deposit, Md.
|Title||Helen Lillian Chubbuck: reader, impersonator|
|Topical Subject (LCSH)||
|Personal Name Subject||Chubbuck, Helen Lillian|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
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|Archival Collection||Redpath Chautauqua Collection|
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|Number of Pages||3|
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