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Slide set: Good-bye, Dolly Gray (song: Bamforth & Co., 11 slides, 1902)

Individual slides contained in this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Intro. with Title
Slide 2
'I have come to say good-bye, Dolly Gray'
Slide 3
'Don't you hear the tramp of feet, Dolly Gray?'
Slide 4
'It's the tramp of Soldiers' feet, in their uniforms so neat'
Slide 5
'Good-bye, Dolly, I must leave you, though it breaks my heart to go'
Slide 6
'Hark! I hear the bugle calling. Good-bye, Dolly Gray'
Slide 7
Back from the war the regiment comes, Dolly Gray
Slide 8
On your lovely face so fair I can trace a look of care
Slide 9
For the one you love so well, in the midst of battle fell
Slide 10
As he died he murmured low, 'I must say good-bye'
Slide 11
Chorus -- Good-bye, Dolly, I must leave you
Slide title
Format
Image type
Production
Background
1
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Photograph
Photography
Exterior location
image content: slide set title
2
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Life model
Photography
Studio set
3
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Life model
Photography
Studio set
4
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Life model
Photography
Studio set
5
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Life model
Photography
Studio set
6
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Life model
Photography
Studio set
7
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Photograph
Photography
Exterior location
location: High Street, Cosham, Hampshire, England
image content: public house / bar
8
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Life model
Photography
Studio set
9
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Life model
Photography
Studio set
10
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Life model
Photography
Studio set
11
Standard glass slide:
3¼ inches (83mm) square
Text
Photography
N/A
image content: song lyrics
Lucerna ID  3001578

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 23 November 2016

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