Notated Music Dan Bryant's popular comic song How are you green-backs: as sung by him with immense success at Bryant's Minstrels; also by Mrs. John Wood in the grand fairy extravaganza Fair one with the golden locks words by E. Bowers, Esq. ; arranged by Chas. Glover ; [additional verses by G.W.H. Griffin].

Format Notated Music
Contributors Bowers, E.
Glover, Charles William
Griffin, G. W. H. (George W. H.)
Dates 1863
Location New York
United States
Language English
Subjects Army of the Potomac
Chase, Salmon Portland
Greeley, Horace
Lincoln, Abraham
McClellan, George Brinton
Sheet Music
Welles, Gideon
Title
Dan Bryant's popular comic song How are you green-backs: as sung by him with immense success at Bryant's Minstrels; also by Mrs. John Wood in the grand fairy extravaganza Fair one with the golden locks words by E. Bowers, Esq. ; arranged by Chas. Glover ; [additional verses by G.W.H. Griffin].
Contributor Names
Glover, Charles William, 1806-1863 (Composer)
Bowers, E. (Lyricist)
Griffin, G. W. H. (George W. H.), 1829-1879 (Lyricist)
Created / Published
Wm. A. Pond & co., New York, c1863
Subject Headings
-  Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
-  McClellan, George Brinton (1826-1885)
-  Greeley, Horace (1811-1872)
-  Chase, Salmon Portland (1808-1873)
-  Welles, Gideon (1802-1878)
-  Army of the Potomac
-  Sheet Music
-  United States -- New York
Genre
Sheet Music
Notes
-  Plate/Publisher number: 5524
Call Number
Plate/Publisher Number: 5524
Stern catalog 4890
Source Collection
Sheet Music from the Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
Repository
Rare Book And Special Collections Division
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/lprbscsm.scsm0063


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