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Title:

Henry and Hank at the levee

Performer(s):

Kaufman Brothers.

Issue Number/Label:

2812: Edison Blue Amberol

Issue Number/Label:

3951: Edison Record

Year of Release:

[1916]



Audio:

Stream cylinder 1039:
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Audio:

Stream cylinder 7766:
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Audio:

Stream cylinder 9009:
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Note:

Dubbed from Edison Diamond Disc matrix 3951.

Note:

Edison Blue Amberol: 2812.

Note:

Year of release from "The Edison Phonograph Monthly," v.14 (1916).

Note:

Humorous selection.

Local Note:

Library's copy one from Todd collection, copy two from Frederick P. Williams collection.

Collection Information:

Todd collection.

Collection Information:

Frederick P. Williams collection.

Group Name:

Kaufman Brothers.

Subject:

Vaudeville.

Original Item Location:

Special Coll., Performing Arts - Cylinder 7766 (take 2)

Original Item Location:

Special Coll., Performing Arts - Cylinder 9009 (Take 3)

Original Item Location:

Special Coll., Performing Arts - Cylinder 1039 (Take 4)

 


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