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The home of the girl I love / written and composed by Howard Graham and Monroe H. Rosenfeld.
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The home of the girl I love / written and composed by Howard Graham and Monroe H. Rosenfeld.  [I have roamed thro sunny Italy, and France and England, too ...] (1899)

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Image Title

:  The home of the girl I love / written and composed by Howard Graham and Monroe H. Rosenfeld.

Alternate Title(s)

: I have roamed thro sunny Italy, and France and England, too [First line of song] Title 2.) There's a little cottage standing on the Susquehanna shore [First line of chorus]

Creator(s)

: Graham, Howard -- Composer
Rosenfeld, Monroe H. -- Lyricist
Rosenfeld, Monroe H. -- Composer
Graham, Howard -- Lyricist

Specific Material Type

: music

Item Physical Description

: 4 p. ; 33 cm.

Notes

: Cover features photograph of young woman sitting at a spinning wheel in front of a fireplace. Note 2.) On cover: sung by John Claxton and Harry Leighton with J.H. Haverly's New Mastodon Minstrels. Note 3.) Supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser, Sep. 30, 1900, pp. 5-8.

Source

: American popular songs. / Sheet music, 1899

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Music Division

Digital ID

: 1256231

Record ID

: 608756

Digital Item Published

: 6-1-2005; updated 3-25-2011

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