[Brown wax home recording of poem about a visit to Wayne, Nebraska, recited by Helen Chubb, March 28, 1909].

Performers:
Helen Chubb.
Release year:

Cylinder 12970

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Notes:
Announcement at beginning: "Voice record of Miss Helen Chubb, March twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred nine."
Brown wax cylinder.
Inscription on box: "Miss Helen Chubb March 28th 1909."
Poem recited by Helen Chubb (b. 1871), a schoolteacher in Essex, Massachusetts who was the sister of F. E. Moses's son-in-law Chester Chubb; probably an original composition, concluding: "If you want to know all the people I've met, just come out to Wayne; you'll find them there yet."
Language:
Sung in English.
Collection:
The David Giovannoni Collection of home cylinder recordings (F. E. Moses Collection, Set Number: 179-08, Originally acquired: Don Hill Collection, c.2000 (from Bevis Faversham, 1992)).
Personal Name:
Genre:
Personal recordings.
Original Item Information:
Cylinder 12970—Special Coll., Performing Arts