Earl Brand, Copy
Earl Brand, Copy
One leaf typewritten on the front side. The document is in good physical condition. The document was lamianted. There is lamination-related creasing on the document. The upper left corner, the lower right corner, and the lower left corner were folded into the laminate. There are two sets of staple holes at the upper left corner. There is one minor tear at the left upper edge. There are four minor tears at the left edge. There are stains of unknown origin on the document. There are several editorial marks handwritten in pencil. The document appears to be a carbon duplicate.
Ballads, English Ballads, Scots Courtship -- Songs and Music Family Violence -- Songs and Music
Sweet William and Ellen. The Bold Soldier. Earl Bran. The Seven Brothers. Lord Douglas. Sweet William. The Seven Sleepers. Rise Ye Up. Lord Loving. Sweet Willie. Lady Margaret. Lord William and Lady Margaret. Fair Ellender. As He Rode Up to the Old Man's Gate. Sir William and Fair Ellendor. The Douglas Tragedy. The Seven King Sons
W. L. Eury Appalchian Collection, Appalachian State University
I. G. Greer
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