Charles Giteau, Sheet Music 02
One leaf with preprinted staff lines, handwritten in pencil on both sides. The document is in good physical condition. The document was removed from a bound volume. The document was laminated. There is significant fraying along the left edge of the leaf. There are two minor tears at the bottom edge. The lower left corner of the first side was folded into the laminate. The document is located beneath and on the reverse side of "Take This Letter to My Mother," Sheet Music 2. The document "Earl Brand," Sheet Music 3 is located at the bottom of the second page. There is a handwritten check mark at the lower right corner of the front side and at the upper left corner of the reverse side.
Ballads -- United States
Guiteau, Charles Julius, 1841-1882 -- Songs and music
Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881 -- Assasination -- Songs and music
Presidents -- Assassination -- United States -- Songs and music
Capital punishment -- Songs and music
The Murder of James A. Garfield. Charles Gettau. Charles Guitar. James A. Garfield
Charles Julius Guiteau, 1841-1882 [unconfirmed]]
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