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For voice and piano. Caption title. "Supplement to the San Francisco Examiner, Sunday March 6, 1898"--ill. t.p. T.p. illustration: caricature of a minstrel in stage costume / Grant Wallace. First line of text: Dar's a difference heah in town, an' my speer its am run down. First line of chorus: Yo' will heah dem fun'ral bells again, tingaling. Record created as part of the California Sheet Music Project. Bound: No Variant: No Illustrated cover: Yes Advertisements: No San Francisco Public Library.
Caricatures. Chromolithographs. Song sheets.
1 score (4 p.) : col. ill. ; 27 x 35 cm.
Songs with piano Entertainers Clothing & dress Bells African Americans in popular culture--Songs and music United States--California--San Francisco Caricatures Chromolithographs Song sheets