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Slide set: The golden key (service of song: T.J. and W.F. Piggott, 43 slides, in/before 1906)

Known references to this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
When the trees, the flowers
Slide 2
To meet his wife as she returned
Slide 3
'What is that I see on our doorstep?'
Slide 4
'Where's my mamma?' she cried
Slide 5
'What shall we do with her, James?' she asked wistfully
Slide 6
'Well, well, Mary, do as you please'
Slide 7
Hymn: While the days are going by
Slide 8
A large, well-built, modern house on the outskirts
Slide 9
Soon she had gathered quite a handful of the flowers
Slide 10
Sitting down upon the bank she leant her head upon her arm
Slide 11


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Slide 12


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Slide 13


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Slide 14
And then he set off, and for many a year did not return
Slide 15


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Slide 16
Carrying a poor little lost lamb in his arms
Slide 17
'Why do you love Him, dear?' asked the farmer
Slide 18
'Wife, pray for me'
Slide 19
Together they read the contents
Slide 20
A diligent, loving, unselfish character
Slide 21
Brings the old family Bible and lays it on the table
Slide 22
'What would you like best?'
Slide 23
Mr Haydon has returned to the library
Slide 24
'So, then, you are she? Yes, I can see it'
Slide 25


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Slide 26
'I am Doris Morden,' she answered simply
Slide 27
'No, sir, she is not our daughter by birth'
Slide 28
Yes, there was the self-same little blue silk dress
Slide 29
So that father and daughter might be alone
Slide 30
'I am going to escort you to your new home'
Slide 31
So Doris rang the bell, and soon the servant appeared
Slide 32
When they reached the gate
Slide 33
Mr Haydon sat alone in the drawing-room thinking
Slide 34
'Doris, dear, will you sing for me?' he asked presently
Slide 35
'Is anything the matter, papa?'
Slide 36
'My little daughter shall show me the way'
Slide 37
'What do you say, Doris, to a trip to the Continent?'
Slide 38
They entered Switzerland in the month of June
Slide 39
'Not the little girl who was lost so long ago?'
Slide 40
'Please tell me all about your work, Mr Henson'
Slide 41
Walter asked Doris to accompany him for a short walk
Slide 42
'Perfectly happy,' says Doris
Slide 43
The Golden Key of 'Love'
c.1913
Catalogue of lanterns, slides and accessories (London: J.W. Butcher, c.1913), 241
1913
Lantern and slide catalogue 1913-14 (London: Church Army, 1913), 199

“The story of a lost child who opened the heart of a man, brightened the life of his wife, and after many days was found by her father. Suitable for Coffee Suppers and Entertainments.”

Lucerna ID  3001718

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 18 August 2014

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