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[AFRICAN AMERICANA] -- [ENTERTAINMENT]. IDEN, Raymond J. The Origin of Negro Mistrelsy and the Birth of Emmett's Dixie's Land. Mt. Vernon (OH): The Christian Music Publishing Company, 1938.

8vo in printed heavy paper wraps. (Uneven browning of wraps) Subtitle: A short play ased on the facts of Daniel Decatur Emmett's Music Life and the First Minstrel Show and the composing of his Dixie's Land..

Title page, frontis, 13-page play with four musical pieces, 1 p ads. (Minor darkening of pages near top and spine.)

[With:]

ROSELAND, Harry (1867-1950). Philadelphia Public Ledger, Supplement to Sunday, Feb. 12, 1905.
Memories. Printed by New York: Quadri-Color Co.

Color lithograph on wove paper. 8.25 x 13 in. (Top edge with slight fray. Lower left corner torn.)

Image of elderly African American couple gazing at portrait of Abraham Lincoln (on his birthday).

[With:]

Three small color prints by Roseland, each 3.375 x 4.5 in. All three feature a young African American girl. In two she has her doll, in the third, she is eating from a bowl.

Estimate: $200 - $400
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