The Phonogram (1900-08)

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ll 9 AUGUST 1900 and he shoves it a-long up to his friends. His child Ma-ry is sit-ting on a soap box in the front row. Ma- ry’s lit-tle lamb is look-ing in at the door. It’s fleece is white as snow. The gal- li-na-ce.ous feath-er-ed bi- peds are like-wise con.gre- ga-ting at the door. The tune that is playing is Come Sinners, Come. It is a cheer-ful tune. The horse and Jim the hir-ed man are very much pleas-ed. So are the mool-ley cows.