Over the hill to the poor-house : song and chorus / written and composed expressly for and sung by Mr. James W. McKee, character and comic vocalist ; words by George L. Catlin ; music by David Braham
Braham, David, 1838-1905 Composer Catlin, George L. (George Lynde), 1840-1896 Other McKee, James W Other Major & Knapp Eng. Mfg. & Lith. Co Other
Date Created and/or Issued
Wm. A. Pond & Co.; Root & Lewis; M. Gray; J. A. Weide; H. K. Leber & Bro.; H. N. Hempsted; Ludden & Bates; Waldteufel; C. H. Cushing; C. M. Loomis New York (25 Union Square, New York) : Chicago : San Francisco : St. Paul : Pittsburg : Milwaukee : Savannah : San Jose : Houston : New Haven
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For voice and piano. Title page illustration: Old man, in center of village, walking toward the poor-house during winter time ; vignette of Mr. James McKee / The Major & Knapp Eng Mfg & Lith. Co. 56 & 58 Park Place. First line of text: What no! it can't be that they've driven. First line of chorus: For I'm old, and I'm helpless and feeble. Publisher's advertisement on p. . Record created as part of the California Sheet Music Project. Bound: No Variant: No Illustrated cover: Yes Advertisements: Yes Society of California Pioneers.