Harry Clifton

Timeline of works

  • [n.d.]
    The Family Man. Original Comic Song.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Parties, Ballroom dancing, Railroad stations, Parlors, Families, Children playing, Reading, Courtship & love
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    Jemima Brown, or, The Queen of a Sewing Machine.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Business enterprises, Couples, Fabric shops, Courtship & love, Dancing, Deceit, Fraud
  • [n.d.]
    My Mother In Law, or, Advice to Persons About to Marry.
    Place & Publisher Edwin Ashdown New York
    Subjects:Dwellings--interiors, Portraits, Courtship & love, Marriage, Distress, Anger
  • [n.d.]
    Paddle Your Own Canoe.
    Place & Publisher Hopwood & Crew, 12 New Bond Ct. London
    Subjects:Portraits, Minstrels, Optimisim, Contentment
  • [n.d.]
    The Waterford Boys.
    Place & Publisher Ashdown & Parry, Hanover Squre London
    Subjects:Hotels & taverns--interiors, Conversations, Caricatures, Immigrants--Ireland, Eating & drinking, Sleeping, Rats, Money
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    Where The Grass Grows Green.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Portraits, Beaches, Waterfronts, Ships, Immigrants--Ireland, Pride, Patriotism
  • [n.d.]
    Darby McGuire.
    Place & Publisher Hopwood & Crew, 42 New Bond St. W. London
    Subjects:Portraits, Clothing & dress, Horseback riding, Immigrants, Marriage, Dancing
  • [n.d.]
    Paddle Your Own Canoe.
    Place & Publisher W.R. Smith, 135 N. Eighth St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Advice
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    The Dark Girl Dress'd In Blue.
    Place & Publisher B. Williams, 11 Paternoster Row London
    Subjects:Cityscapes, City & town life, Portraits, Carriages & Coaches, Clothing & dress, Courtship & love, Buses, Robbery, Deceit
  • 1864
    Isabella and Her Gingham Umbrella. Billy Morris' Songs.
    Place & Publisher G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont, Opp. Park St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Storytelling, Courtship & love, Entertainment, Fairs, Fighting
  • 1864
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    Isabella and Her Gingham Umbrella. Billy Morris' Songs.
    Place & Publisher G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont, Opp. Park St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Minstrel shows, Costumes, Storytelling, Courtship & love, Entertainment, Fairs, Fighting
  • 1864
    Polly Perkins of Abington Green. Billy Morris' Songs.
    Place & Publisher G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont, Opp. Park St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, African Americans, Caricatures, Minstrel shows, Costumes, Percussions instruments, Courtship & love, Marriage proposals, Wealth, Laboring classes
  • 1864
    Polly Perkins of Abington Green. Billy Morris' Songs.
    Place & Publisher G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont, Opp. Park St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, African Americans, Caricatures, Minstrel shows, Costumes, Percussions instruments, Courtship & love, Marriage proposals, Wealth, Laboring classes
  • 1864
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    Polly Perkins of Abington Green. Billy Morris' Songs.
    Place & Publisher G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont, Opp. Park St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Courtship & love, Marriage proposals, Wealth, Laboring classes
  • 1865
    Billy Morris' Songs. No.6. Dar Girl Dressed in Blue.
    Place & Publisher G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont, Opp. Park St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Exhibitions, Courtship & love, Deceit, Law enforcement, Money
  • 1868
    Jennie Engel's Song. No. 3. A Motto For Every Man.
    Place & Publisher Compton & Doan, 205 N. fourth St. St. Louis
    Subjects:Portraits, Optimism, Happiness
  • 1870
    Popular Songs, as Sung With Immense Success by Gus Williams, The American Star Comique. No. 2. Never Look Behind.
    Place & Publisher White & Goullaud, 86 Tremont St. Boston
    Subjects:Teapots, Portraits, Optimism