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The half-and-half polka / arranged by Geo. T. Evans
Evans, George T., 1837-1876
California Theater
Date Created and/or Issued
c 1869
Publication Information
M. Gray
San Francisco (621 & 623 Clay St.)
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Jean Gray Hargrove Music Library
California Sheet Music Project
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For piano.
Pages [1] and [4] are unnumbered; page [4] is blank.
Record created as part of the California Sheet Music Project.
Bound: No
Variant: No
Illustrated cover: No
Advertisements: No
University of California, Los Angeles. Music Library.
3 p. of music, [1] p ; 25 x 33 cm.
Piano music

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