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KULCHUR - Vol. 2 No. 5 - Spring 1962

OLD FOLKS AT HOME ["Way Down Upon the Swanee Ribber"]

FOSTER, Stephen Collins

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Troy, NY: Nims and Knight, 1890. 8vo. Decorated, floral embossed, paper covered boards. Silver lettering to front. Moderate handling wear. Paper loss from spine ends. A touch shaken. Previous owner inscription to first endpaper. Overall good or better with illustrations clean, bright. (Item ID: 15047)

12 full page black and white lithograph illustrations by Charles Copeland plus frontispiece portrait of Christine Nilsson. A handsome, Victorian printing of Foster's famous song, referred to on the cover title as its better known name: "The Swanee River." With African-American themed illustrations by Charles Copeland and printed lyrics and music throughout.


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