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Caroline Frear Burk
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The San Francisco Call, (San Francisco [Calif.]) 1895-1913, April 16, 1896, Image 3, Column 3
SANTA ROSA'S
FLORAL COURT

Mrs. Burris Announces the
Attendants of the
Queen

SAN FRANCISCO HONORED
Miss Suza Crooks Chosen as Maid
of Honor to Her
Majesty

LADIES-IN-WAITING SELECTED

The Fairest Buds of a Half-Dozen
Cities Will Surround the Winsome
Ruler

SANTA ROSA, Cal., April 15. Mrs. L. W. Burris, Queen of the Rose Carnival, made public this evening some of her arrangements for the parade. The plans mapped out by the Queen contemplate a spectacle of unusual elegance, and will more than fulfill the expectations of her friends, who declared all along that should Mrs. Burris be selected Queen she and her retinue would surpass all previous efforts in this line.
The attendants of the Queen will include one maid of honor, nine ladies in waiting and eight pages in Fauntleroy suits.
During the parade the Queen and her attendants will ride upon a magnificent float, which will be constructed after designs furnished by her Majesty, it will be drawn by six coal-block horses.

From Oakland will come Miss Caroline Frear, daughter of the Rev. Dr. Frear and a sister of Mrs. E. F. Woodward of this city. Miss Frear is a graceful demi-blonde, whose beauty is enhanced by charming manners. She is well known in Santa Rosa society.
Added by: alfred janske
2/17/2011
 
 
 
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