A few nice annual credit score images I found:
Image from page 488 of “One hundred years with the State Fencibles : a history of the First Company State Fencibles, Infantry Corps State Fencibles, Infantry Battalion State Fencibles, and the Old Guard State Fencibles, 1813-1913” (1913)
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Title: One hundred years with the State Fencibles : a history of the First Company State Fencibles, Infantry Corps State Fencibles, Infantry Battalion State Fencibles, and the Old Guard State Fencibles, 1813-1913
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Lanard, Thomas S. (Thomas South), 1878-
Subjects: Pennsylvania. Militia
Publisher: Philadelphia : Nields Co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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comfortable manner and the officers of the battalion deservegreat credit for having secured such good equipment for theCommand.* * * Maids and matrons were as much in evidence as were the nattysoldier boys at the State Fencibles Ball held in the Casino Tues-day night. The younger set of the summer colony vied witheach other in the elegance of their costumes and the richlydressed belles and their soldier escorts in dress uniforms of olivedrab coat and white trousers, afforded a most pleasing spectacle.The young ladies who have complained of the lack of partnersat recent dances, could find no fault with the affair of Tuesdaynight. There was a seemingly endless line of men claiminghonors. The dancing progressed uninterruptedly, the Fencibles Bandand McCoys Orchestra playing alternate numbers, crowdingalmost a score of dances into the evenings pleasures. Major Thurber T. Brazer and Miss Elizabeth Keinnegeiser ledthe grand march and all of the Sea Isle summer belles andbeaux were in line.
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1910 CAMP AT SKA ISLE CITY 397 It was Olio of tlie suocossful affairs of the season :mil ixro un-alloyed pleasure to the happy participants. The final waltz endeJ near midnight and tlic i;,ny ciowd dis-persed, happy at having been present, but with all, sorry thatanother year must roll around before they might join the Fen-cible boys at another of their famous hops. From tho Philadelphia Public Ledger. Sea Isle City, N. J., Aug. 9.—The annual hop of the Fencibleson the Ocean Pier tonight was the social event of the season.Music was furnished by the Fencibles Band of 25 pieces, assistedby McCoys Orchestra. The hop was under the direction ofCaptain Thomas S. Lanard, assisted by Captain E. Ij. Lanneau;Captain E. J. Prittie, Lieutenant M. H. Smith, Jr., LieutenantG. S. Davis, Lieutenant H. L. Woodland, Lieutenant G. L. Porter,Commissary Sergeant C. S. Merkle, Quartermaster Sergeant W. H.Hinkle, Corporal A. McGill, Sergeant J. J. Mullin, SergeantsG. Hunter and E. Dunn. At dress parade.
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