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Number of hits: 5 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Principals, Chorus and Orchestra.

Farewell my own

951: Sterling Record

[1907]

2

H. Dearth, B. Turner, Chorus & Orchestra.

He is an Englishman

950: Sterling Record

[1907]

3

Walter Hyde.

A maiden fair to see

943: Sterling Record

[1907]

4

E. Pike, W. Hyde, & Ada Florence.

Never mind the why and wherefore

948: Sterling Record

[1907]

5

Mr. [Archie] Anderson.

Sir Joseph Porter's song

945: Sterling Record

[1907]

 


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