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The School Children's Chorus Contest at the 1916 Kum Korn Karnival in Portsmouth

Chillicothe band goes to Portsmouth

Chillicother New-advertiser 28 Sep 1916

7- 10 Oct 1914 Korn Karnival ribbons. These are made of a thin metal, almost like a heavy foil.

Ribbons owned by David Miller and pictures courtesy also by Dave Miller


7- 10 Oct 1914 Korn Karnival ribbons. These are made of a thin metal, almost like a heavy foil.
Ribbons owned by David Miller and pictures courtesy also by Dave Miller

Children of the Korn Karnival, Portsmouth, Ohio, early 1900's

Korn Karnival September 27, 28, 29, 30 1916

Korn Karnival September 27, 28, 29, 30 1916

Oct 6, 7, 8, 9 1915 Kum Korn Karnival on Chillicothe, Portsmouth

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Kum Korn Karnival feed Store

1916 Kum Korn Karnival, Portsmouth, Ohio two mile long dinner

Kum Korn Karnival August 28, 1917

The first Kum Korn Karnival was held in 1913. First Presbyterian Church's Ladies Aid sold hot soup, hot tomalies, coffee and corn on the cob making a profit at there booth of $81.00. In1917 the Ladies Aid earned $155.63.

Kum to the Korn Karnival ad 1914

Oct 6, 7, 8, 9 1915 Kum Korn Karnival in Portsmouth

Oct 6, 7, 8, 9 1915 Kum Korn Karnival in Portsmouth

Kum Korn Karnival  Portsmouth  Corn ribbon 1915

Kum Korn Karnival 1915 Portsmouth Corn Pin

Portsmouth Kum to the Korn Karnival

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