The Tale of a Shirt.

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Levy Call Number:

Box 59, Item 86

Composer, Lyricist, Arranger:

Words by W.W. Brackett. Music by Lottie L. Meda.

Publisher:

M. Witmark & Sons

Location:

New York

Date:

1904

Form of Composition:

strophic with chorus

Instrumentation:

piano and voice

Performer:

As Sung With Tremendous Success by "Billy" Brackett [the Man With the Red Hair].

Engraver, Lithographer, Artist:

L.R.[?] Jamish, 300 Post St. S.F.; unattributed photo. of Billy Brackett

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Subjects:

Humorous pictures, Caricatures, Goats, Anger, Punishment & torture, Shackles, Railroad tracks, Portraits, Clotheslines, Escapes, Eating & drinking, Death, Homicides