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Slide set: Annie's treat (recitation: Bamforth & Co., 6 slides, 1892)

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Slide 1
'I wish the clocks would all stand still, that we might not know the time'
Slide 2
'Just for once, dear' grandmother said, 'to please you, I'll stop the clocks'
Slide 3
Grandmother mended, and Annie read on -- she thought sitting up was such capital fun
Slide 4
'Granny,' she said 'are they nearly done? I'm tired -- it seems so late!'
Slide 5
Annie was far too sleepy to play, and at last she fairly fell asleep
Slide 6
'Annie, wake up!' 'tis midnight now, won't you sit a bit longer?' she said; / But all she got was a dismal moan of: 'I want to go to bed'
Other related organisations

in stock of Onward Publishing Office, 1892

in stock of Riley Brothers, 1892-1914 (item ref. 475)

in stock of Wrench & Son, 1898

in stock of J. Lizars, 1909 (item ref. 149)

in stock of Walter Tyler, 1909 (item ref. 418)

in stock of J.W. Butcher, 1913

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life model
Main usage of set
Date of first manufacture
Reading or song

‘Annie's treat’ in Onward reciter 230 (November 1890)

Lucerna ID  3000790

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 May 2024

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