"I've got it!" or, The rumseller jubilant

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Title
"I've got it!" or, The rumseller jubilant
Series
Alcohol, Temperance & Prohibition
Contributors
Louis H. Ross & Co. (Boston, Mass.) (publisher)
Date Issued
between 1900 and 1915
Abstract
Advertisement for two of Ludlow's temperance songs, "I've got it!" and "What Gracie and God did for me," with first verses of each and reviews.
Keywords
Temperance
Songs and music
Texts
Notes
Cut of dancing man holding paper marked "License to sell liquor" below title; at lower left corner cut of little girl holding arm of man about to leave room.
Possible range of dates suggested by internal evidence and by publication dates for other songs by Ludlow.
Lorin Ludlow is the pseudonym for James Louis Daymude (cf. Verso of title page of Brown University's "Original rum convention" (76-01 L9342 Harris)
Extent
1 broadside : ill. ; 49 x 31 cm.

Table of Contents

  • I've got it!: or, the rumseller jubilant:
  • What Gracie and God did for me:
  • "I've got it! I've got it! I've got it!" And now:
  • O father, don't leave me alone to-night:

Citation

"'I've got it!' or, The rumseller jubilant" (1900). Alcohol, Temperance & Prohibition. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:33905/

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