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George Graham

George Graham (dates unknown) was a popular comedian who specialized in monologues depicting street fakirs, auctioneers, and court judges in addition to comic songs. Contemporaneous newspaper accounts confirm that he was quite active in variety stage in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore area. Graham wrote most of his own material.

The following recordings featuring George Graham are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Speaker Stump speech on love Monologue George Graham 1901-10-09
Speaker Forty-seven dollars Monologue George Graham 1903-04-22
Speaker Funny bits Monologue George Graham 1903-04-09
Speaker Married life Monologue George Graham 1903-04-09
Speaker The colored funeral Monologue George Graham 1901-10-09
Speaker In a police court Monologue George Graham 1903-03-24
Speaker George Washington Monologue George Graham 1903-03-24
Speaker Woman Monologue George Graham 1903-04-09