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Baltimore girls

Confederate Broadsides

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date
2010-06-14T19:40:53Z
2008-10-31T13:08:10Z
2008-10-31T13:08:10Z
2010-06-14T19:40:53Z
1861 (issued)
description
Cut of Justice holding scales and sword and Minerva holding spear, seated on either side of blank oval below title. Printed on white paper with black ink, text within ornamental border. Set to the tune of "Dearest Mae". First line "Oh the girls of dear old Baltimore".
format
image/jpeg
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/303
language
English
publisher
[Baltimore :] s.n., [1861]
relation
Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Wolf, E. American song sheets 1850-1870, C13B. Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Rudolph, E.L. Confederate broadside verse, 20. Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Moss, William. Confederate broadside poems, 17.
rights
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subject
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Poetry
Confederate States of America--Poetry
title
Baltimore girls
type
text

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