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Slide set: An unseen singer (service of song: T.J. and W.F. Piggott, 42 slides, in/before 1906)

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On the fourth side was the river
Slide 3
'Miss Clarke,' said the manager
Slide 4
As she crossed the river
Slide 5
She could see a pretty little home
Slide 6
Hymn, 'The Old Home'
Slide 7
It was the churchyard on the hill
Slide 8
'Yes, you can come in and see her'
Slide 9
'But, Ethel, I have so wanted to see you'
Slide 10
The girl's feet kept time to the hymn
Slide 11
Hymn, 'Unfailing Friend'
Slide 12
She soon had a bright fire burning
Slide 13
The new comer looked haggard and dazed
Slide 14
He fell heavily to the floor
Slide 15
Hymn, 'Make me a blessing'
Slide 16
'It's all right, old fellow'
Slide 17
'But I utterly refused to become a Doctor'
Slide 18
No money, no home, no friends
Slide 19
As Jack finished repeating this story
Slide 20
Hymn, 'Something for Thee'
Slide 21
'What is to be done?' said Jack
Slide 22
A tearful, though gentle-voiced, Mrs Randall
Slide 23

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Slide 24
He strolled to the window and stood gazing out
Slide 25

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Slide 26
Hymn, 'O Brother adrift'
Slide 27
The door opened, and he walked in
Slide 28

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Slide 29
Arthur wrote a long letter to his father
Slide 30

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Slide 31
'And now I want to tell you a secret'
Slide 32

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Slide 33
'Oh, so different from dear, dirty old London'
Slide 34

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Slide 36
'Will you take the chances my boy refuses?'
Slide 37
'And we want you too, my dear'
Slide 38

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Slide 40
Ethel had gone into the garden
Slide 41
'So you were my unseen singer?'
Slide 42
Verse, 'Take my voice and let me sing'
Catalogue of lantern slides for sale or hire (Manchester: Josiah T. Chapman, 1912), 354
Catalogue of lanterns, slides and accessories (London: J.W. Butcher, c.1913), 269
Lantern and slide catalogue 1913-14 (London: Church Army, 1913), 193

“A Gospel story, showing how a young man contracted the two habits that proved his downfall -- drink and cards -- in a Christian home.”

Lucerna ID  3003154

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 16 March 2024

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