Film, Video California here I come [illustrated]

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California here I come [illustrated]
Contributor Names
Manhattan Merrymakers (performer)
Price, George (vocalist)
DeSylva, B. G. (Buddy Gard) -- 1896-1950 (lyricist)
Meyer, Joseph (composer)
Jolson, Al -- d. 1950 (lyricist)
Created / Published
Victor Records, 1924.
Subject Headings
-  Popular Songs of the Day
-  Songs and Music
-  Progressive Era to New Era (1900-1929)
-  Audio track from Victor 19261-A as found on the Library of Congress Jukebox (General)
-  Pictures used: Washington, D.C. Snow-covered cars and broken limbs felled by a storm ( -- Westward Ho! ( -- View from Twin Peaks, Aug. 1, 1929 ( -- In the heart of modern Chinatown, San Francisco, Calif. ( -- [Unidentified house, possibly Pasadena or Santa Barbara, California. Eucalyptus and pavilion] ( -- [Field of poppies and lupin, California] ( -- A closer view permits us to peak into the very depths of the flowers of the Convolvulus or "Morning Glory" ( -- Golden Gate from Berkeley Heights ( -- [Washington Monument, with snow-covered trees and grounds in foreground] ( -- [Washington Statue, Sub-treasury, New York City] ( -- Snow covered trail ( -- EXTERIOR, SOUTHWEST AND SOUTHEAST FACADES - Schlake Ranch, New Barn, 2300 East Washington Street, Petaluma, Sonoma County, CA ( -- [Santa Barbara Mission, 2201 Laguna Street, Santa Barbara, California. Fountain and entrance façade] ( -- [William Alexander Spinks, Jr., ranch, Foothill Boulevard, Duarte, California. Fish pond] ( -- ["Glen Oaks," James Hobart Moore house, East Valley Road, Montecito, California. Rose garden] ( -- ["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Pergola from flower garden to house] ( -- Golden Gate Bridge E4 ( -- [Beach and cliffs, La Jolla, California] ( -- [Broadway at 8th Street, Los Angeles, California] ( -- Largest locomotive in the world ( -- The Golden Gate, San Francisco ( (Content)
motion picture
1 video ; 3 min.
Music Division
LC Classification
Victor 19261
Online Format
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Manhattan Merrymakers, George Price, B. G Desylva, Joseph Meyer, and Al Jolson. [California here I come illustrated]. Victor Records, 1924. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, (Accessed February 24, 2017.)

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Manhattan Merrymakers, Price, G., Desylva, B. G., Meyer, J. & Jolson, A. (1924) [California here I come illustrated]. Victor Records. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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Manhattan Merrymakers, et al. [California here I come illustrated]. Victor Records, 1924. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.