From the 14 January 1894 issue of The New York Times.

In Memory of Gen. Robert E. Lee.

The Confederate Veteran Camp of New-York will have its fourth annual dinner in honor of the memory of Gen. Robert E. Lee on the anniversary of his birthday, Jan. 19, at Scottish Rite Hall. Speeches will be made by Col. John R. Fellows, Col. George B. McClellan, James Lindsey Gordon, and Col. J. B. Wilkinson. The boxes will be occupied by ladies and their escorts. Among others who will be present are Mrs. Jefferson Davis and Miss Winnie Davis. The committee in charge of the dinner i scomposed of Edeard Owen, Chairman; Hugh R. Garden, Dr. G. T. Harrison, W. S. Keiley, and W. N. Williams. A unique feature of the banquet will be the singing of “Old Folks at Home” and “My Old Kentucky Home,” with all present, including ladies in the boxes, joining in the chorus.