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A Pretty Little Song for Pretty Little Children Song Booklet, 1892

Reference code: 178Z64.17

Scope and Contents

Bown and white illustration on front cover showing a woman's portrait in the centre, a domestic scene on bottom laft with dogs and cats and a girl walking with a dog on top right containing the lyrics and sheet music for Daddy Wouldn't Buy me a Bow-Wow, sung by Miss Vesta Victoria, written and composed by Joseph Tabrar, also containing Francis & Day's newest comic songs. Printed by Francis, Day & Hunter, 195 Oxford Street, V. Publishers of Smallwood's celebrated pianoforte tutor. Smallwood's 55, Melodious Exercises, etc, etc. New York T.B. Harms & Co., 18 East, 22 STreet. Copyright 1823 by Francis Day & Hunter, 4p.p.


  • Creation: 1892


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1 Item(s) ; 250mm x 350mm

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