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Slide set: Christmas Eve: or love never faileth (recitation: T.J. and W.F. Piggott, 16 slides, in/before 1913)

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Slide 2
As I've often said to Jimmy
Slide 3
They opened a shop in the Crescent
Slide 4
To buy a pound of lard
Slide 5
What! he says, 'blow my brains out?'
Slide 6
And I went, for I'd heard enough
Slide 7
She'd cook a dinner with an onion
Slide 8
Oh, Annie, you little know
Slide 9
'Annie, Tom's coming to see you!'
Slide 10
I tells her: 'be careful what you do'
Slide 11
Text, 'Ask, and it shall be given'
Slide 12
I shut her in the cupboard
Slide 13
'I do,' I answers, cool-like
Slide 14
'No, you are right,' he murmured
Slide 15
I called! ... and there stood Alice
Slide 16
And I quietly ... slipped away
Other related organisations

in stock of J.W. Butcher, 1913

in stock of Church Army, 1913 (item ref. LM 105)

Main type of image
life model
Main usage of set
Date of first manufacture
unknown  (latest possible 1913)
Reading or song

Clement Nugent Jackson, Christmas Eve: love never faileth (London: Church Army, n.d.)

Subject keywords
Lucerna ID  3004150

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 7 July 2023

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