Alice, the Bride of the White House. Valse.

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Levy Call Number:

Box 8, Item 1

Composer, Lyricist, Arranger:

By Anita Comfort-Brooks.

Publisher:

N. Weinstein, Flatiron Building, 949 Broadway

Location:

New York

Date:

1906

Form of Composition:

three da capo waltzes, with introduction and coda

Instrumentation:

piano

Performer:

As Played at King Edward's Buckingham Palace and by Prince Louis of Battenberg's Royal Band

Engraver, Lithographer, Artist:

Starmer. Photo Copyright 1906 by E.S. Curtis. Photo by Courtesty Burr McIntosh-Monthly

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Ads on inside bottom margins and back cover for Anita Comfort-Brooks stock

Dedicatee:

Dedicated and presented to Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. Dedicated and presented to Miss Alice Roosevelt

Subjects:

Portraits--Mrs. Nicholas Longworth--Anita Comfort-Brooks