Film, Video The Teddy bears' picnic [illustrated]

Format Film, Video
Contributors Bratton, John W. (John Walter)
Pryor, Arthur
Victor Records
Dates 1908
Subjects Popular Songs of the Day
Progressive Era to New Era
Songs and Music
Sports and Leisure
The Teddy bears' picnic [illustrated]
Contributor Names
Bratton, John W. (John Walter) -- 1867-1947 (composer)
Pryor, Arthur -- 1870-1942 (conductor)
Created / Published
Victor Records, 1908.
Subject Headings
-  Sports and Leisure
-  Songs and Music
-  Popular Songs of the Day
-  Progressive Era to New Era (1900-1929)
-  Audio track taken from Victor 16001-A as found on the Library of Congress Jukebox. (General)
-  Illustrations: Label of recording ( -- Decorations for T. Roosevelt at Brussels ( -- [Teddy bears, made in New York, on table, in factory(?)] ( -- Stuffing a Teddy Bear ( -- Cutting out Teddy Bear skins ( -- Christmas Puck / Frank A. Nankivell 1906. ( -- The charliebear / Kep. ( -- [William Howard Taft, 1857-1930, bust, facing left, being hugged by "Teddy Bear" holding pennant "O.K. - T.R."] ( -- "Now look pleasant teddy" ( -- Drawing the line in Mississippi ( -- [People making teddy bears in factory] ( -- Bantam, Connecticut. Defense homes. Fred Heath works on the night shift at the Warren McArthur plant in Bantam, and spends his days with Mrs. Heath and their three-year-old daughter, Ann. Here they are in the living room of the Heath's new four-room apartment, part of the new eighty-unit defense housing project just five minutes walk from the plant. The Heaths, who pay thirty dollars rent, like overstuffed chairs, and Ann also likes her overstuffed Teddy Bear ( -- [Luther Evans seated in the chair of the Librarian of Congress, with "Roosevelt 'Teddy Bear'" at his side, expressing artist Berryman's pleasure at his appointment] ( -- Turkey hunting in the Old Dominion / Berryman. ( -- Good night / Berryman. ( (General)
motion picture
1 video ; 3 min.
Music Division
LC Classification
Victor 16001
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