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Title
Do I not love thee? : a song / words written and adapted to a German air by James M. Olney ; symphonies and accompaniment by Wm. McKorkell
Creator
McKorkell, William
Composer
Olney, James M
Lyricist
Swearingen, Sue Virginia
Dedicatee
Drouillet
Lithographer
Date Created and/or Issued
186-?
Publication Information
Gray & Herwig
San Francisco (163 Clay St.)
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Jean Gray Hargrove Music Library
Collection
California Sheet Music Project
Rights Information
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Description
For voice and piano.
"To Miss Sue Virginia Swearingen"--t.p.
"Printed by Drouillet litho S.F."--t.p.
Page [6] is blank.
Record created as part of the California Sheet Music Project.
Bound: Yes
Variant: No
Illustrated cover: No
Advertisements: No
San Francisco Public Library.
Type
image
Extent
1 score (5, [1] p.) ; 26 x 34 cm.
Identifier
csm_cubanc_54_1_00166252
Subject
Songs with piano

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