"'76" Quick Step:
As Performed by the Boston Brass Band, on the anniversary of the Battle of
Bunker Hill, and the Great Monumental Celebration, 17th June, 1843. Most Respectfully
Dedicated to the Bunker Hill Monument Association
People and Places:
Huebner. (composer), Bunker Hill Monument Association (dedicatee), Thayer & Co. (Boston, Mass.) (lithographer), Boston Brass Band (performer)
Prints, Drawings, and Watercolors from the Anne S.K. Brown Military
Arr. by S. Knaebel. Comp. by Huebner
Cover lith. ill. by Thayer: view of Bunker Hill monument and dedication ceremony with
large crowd of spectators and bodies of militia in foreground.
Poetry of places-Alabama-1900.
Printed on heavy paper in postcard format with place for one-cent stamp.
Text on recto printed in two columns in black on yellow ground surrounded by six colored reproductions of landscape photographs; in lower left corner: cCurt Teich & Co., Inc.
Text on verso in blue; printed vertically in left margin: A-103--Ehler's News Co., Birmingham, Ala.; printed vertically in center: Genuine Curteich--Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" post card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
Poem in two stanzas.
At end of poem: From state song by Miss Julia S. Tutwiler.
Suggested range of publication dates from internal evidence.
Adams, James Barton, 1843-1918 (creator), Ranney, Cassius W. (publisher)
Broadsheet printed in dark blue and gray on light blue card stock in postcard format; on recto, gray band of type ornaments above and below text.
Poem in three eight-line stanzas on recto; on verso space for stamp and address on right, letter with facsimile signature of Cassius W. Ranney on left offering copy of his book Liquor legislation, and offering his "Village Squire" postals; in upper left corner portrait captioned "The Village Squire".
At end of poem on recto: Unidentified.
Poem is by Adams. Cf. Granger's Index (1962) under: Billy, he's in trouble. Also listed under title: Bill's in the legislature.
"Come Hear our Merry Song": Shifts in the Sound of Swedish Radical Nationalism
People and Places:
Teitelbaum, Benjamin R (creator), Perlman, Marc (Director), Titon, Jeff (Reader), Miller, Kiri (Reader), Tucker, Joshua (Reader), Bohlman, Philip (Reader), Brown University. Music: Ethnomusicology (sponsor)
Organized opposition to immigration, globalization, and minority groups in Sweden exploded during the 1980s and 1990s, energized in large part by the spread of skinhead ...