from The Fitchburg Sentinel, Monday, 22 October 1906
| Veterans' Reunion
Survivors of FAmous 15th Mass. Regiment Meet in Worcester -- Gen. Kimball Elected President of Association.
The annual reunion of the old 15th Massachusetts regiment was held Saturday, at Worcester, and the event was among the largest attended and most successful of recent years. Among those who were present were included many veterans from Fitchburg and vicinity and from all parts of the state. Others came from greater distances and in the gathering were included veterans of this organization who are now residents of Canada and California.
The business meeting was held at Board of Trade hall, and the election of officers for the ensuing year was the chief item of business to come before the meeting. THe result was as follows:
The matter of the regimental monument erected at Gettysburg battlefield and recently removed to Worcester for repairs was taken up and it was voted to have the necessary repairs made at once and the monument reset in its old position. The newly elected executive committee with Col. Henry E. Smith of Worcester and Capt. Amos Bartlett of Webster were authorized and instructed to see that the wishes of the regiment were carried out.
Following the business session the gathering adjourned to Grand Army hall, where a sumptuous dinner was served by the Women's Relief Corps of George H. Ward post, G. A. R., of Worcester. Gen. Kimball of this city was toast master at the post prandial[?] exercises which followed the repast and among the prominent speakers were Mayor John T. Duggan of Worcester,
Those present from Fitchburg and vicinity were: