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Slide set: The great stone (recitation: T.J. and W.F. Piggott, 12 slides, in/before 1913)

Known references to this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Introduction -- The Great Stone
Slide 2
'A squire and owner of land am I'
Slide 3
'And this big stone shall go on the top'
Slide 4
Lie in the road, where horses tread
Slide 5
'Why, what's this in the road?'
Slide 6
'Suppose I'd fallen, and broke my legs'
Slide 7
'Oh! look at this stone'
Slide 8
'You take that side, I'll take this'
Slide 9
'It's a whole golden sovereign'
Slide 10
'It belongs to the people who lifted the stone'
Slide 11
'You all found such fault with the stone'
Slide 12
'Someone must do it, I'll be the one'
Descriptive catalogue of lantern slides: available for hire or purchase (London: Walter Tyler, 1909), 607

“From the Prize Reciter.”

Lantern and slide catalogue 1913-14 (London: Church Army, 1913), 202

“From 'The Prize Reciter'.”

Lucerna ID  3004105

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 25 May 2023

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