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Miss Virginia
Composer: Irving, Bob
Lyrics:Done heard lot 'bout some hot coons in town (first line of text)
Miss Virginia, can I win yer (first line of chorus)
Contributors:
Jefferson, Gene
Polla, William C.
Morton, Dorothy
Stanlaus, Penrhyn
1876-1939
Publisher:Chicago American
Publication Date:1901
Description:Miss Virginia / by [Gene] Jefferson & [Bob] Irving ; arr. by Wm. Polla.
For voice and piano.
Caption title.
First line of text: Done heard lot 'bout some hot coons in town.
First line of chorus: Miss Virginia, can I win yer?
"Sung by Dorothy Morton"--Cover.
"Published by permission of Sol Bloom, Chicago, owner of the copyright"--Cover.
"Music supplement of Hearst's Chicago American, Chicago, Sunday, Jan. 27, 1901, pages 5-8"--Cover.
Cover ill.: Color ill. of a woman dressed in a white frock with a large fan by Penrhyn Stanlaus. Black & white portrait of a woman (Dorothy Morton?).
Original publication information: 1901, c1899.
Subjects:Songs with piano
African Americans--Songs and music
Women
Singers
Portraits
Copyright:Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music
Digital ID:dpl-hac-12048.dc
OCLC Record ID:50648803
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