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Ukulele Song 1926
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Ukulele Song 1926
Amy Johnson / Music Sheet
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Amy Johnson / Music Sheet
Singing Auld Lang Syne
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Singing Auld Lang Syne
Marie Lloyd / Oh Mr Porter
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Marie Lloyd / Oh Mr Porter
Daisy Bell by Harry Dacre
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Daisy Bell by Harry Dacre
Group photo, Jubilee Singers of Fisk University, USA Featured Image

Group photo, Jubilee Singers of Fisk University, USA

Group photo of the Jubilee Singers of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. They were an African-American a cappella ensemble who toured and performed to raise money for their college which was in danger of closing due to lack of funds. The singers pictured here are: Maggie Porter, E.W. Watkins, H.D. Alexander, F.J. Loudin, Thomas Rutling, Jennie Jackson, Mabel Lewis, Ella Sheppard, Maggie Carnes and America W. Robinson. Date: 1870s

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

Fridays Child by May Bowley
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Fridays Child by May Bowley
Lis / Fat Lady Sings
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Lis / Fat Lady Sings
Louise Brooks / Song Sheet
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Louise Brooks / Song Sheet
Vera Lynn / Stars / Song
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Vera Lynn / Stars / Song
Where Did You Get That Hat? By James Rolmaz Featured Image

Where Did You Get That Hat? By James Rolmaz

Promotional music sheet for Where Did You Get That Hat? music hall song of 1888 by James Rolmaz. Illustrated by noted artist H G Banks, singer J C Heffron is pictured wearing a very tall hat and being asked the question by the vicar who is marrying him and also by the Prince of Wales. Date: 1888

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Georgie Porgie
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Georgie Porgie
Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay - sung by Lottie Collins Featured Image

Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay - sung by Lottie Collins

"Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay" is a vaudeville and music hall song. The song's first known public performance was in Henry J. Sayers 1891 revue Tuxedo, which was performed in Boston, Massachusetts. The song became widely known in the version sung by Lottie Collins (1865-1910) in London music halls in 1892 (as shown in this drawing by Phil May of the same year). She would sing the first verse demurely and then launch into the chorus and an uninhibited and exhausting skirt dance with high kicks (especially on the word "BOOM") that exposed her stockings held up by sparkling garters, and bare thighs. At the height of the craze, Collins was performing the song five times nightly at different venues in London !!! Date: 1892

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Georges Guetary / Song
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Georges Guetary / Song

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