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Person: C.J.M.  [pseudonym]

Biographical summary of this person
Name
C.J.M.
Relevance of this person
author of poems used with slide sets
Main period of activity
1890s-1900s
Texts linked to this person
Poems (11)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘Bobby's flirtation’ in Short lantern readings 27 (1899)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘The fat pig’ in Short lantern readings 26 (1898)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘The influenza patient’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘Izaak and the artful boy’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘The judge and his asses’ in Short lantern readings 26 (1898)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘A railway mystery’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘The robbers outwitted’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘The sign writer's fall’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘The tramp, the tub, and the policeman’ in Short lantern readings 29 (1900)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘Uncle Jonathan and the pigs’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘Wet paint’ in Short lantern readings 27 (1899)


Stories (3)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘The lion and the monkey’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘The nigger and the turkey’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)

‘C.J.M.’, ‘The sleepy brewers and the tramps’ in Short lantern readings 26 (1898)

Lucerna ID  6001930

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 13 September 2008

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