Dives and Lazarus (I), Sheet Music 05
One leaf with preprinted staff lines handwritten in pencil on both sides. The document is in good physical condition. The document was laminated. The upper left corner and the lower left corner were folded into the laminate. There are numerous tears of varying severity along the edges of the document. There are small holes of unknown origin throughout the document. There are stains of unknown origin throughout the document. The document was folded horizontally and vertically into twelfths, possibly for mailing. The editorial note "No. 9" is located to the left of the document title. There is a handwritten check mark following the musical notations. The documents "The Gypsy Laddie," Sheet Music 8 and "John Reilley" Sheet Music 10 are located at the top of the leaf. The document "The Battleship Maine (II)," Sheet Music 4 is located at the bottom of the leaf. The documents "The Gypsy Laddie," Sheet Music 7, "Sourwood Mountain," Sheet Music 9, "The Lexington Murder," Sheet Music 7, "Common Bill," Sheet Music 4, "Young Charlotte," Sheet Music 11, "The Daemon Lover," Sheet Music 11, and "The Wife of Usher's Well," Sheet Music 11 are located on the reverse side.
Ballads, English -- United States Avarice -- Songs and music Poverty -- Songs and music Heaven -- Songs and music Hell -- Songs and music
Lazarus. The Moon Shines Bright. Diverus and Lazarus. Lazarus and Dives
W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection, Appalachian State Unviersity
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