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Denison's Darktown Minstrel, First Part :  A Complete Routine for the Circle, Stratton, Wade

Author Name    Stratton, Wade

Title   Denison's Darktown Minstrel, First Part : A Complete Routine for the Circle

Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   Very Good

Publisher   Chicago: T. S. Denison & Company; 1922

Seller ID   20196

32 pages; 12mo (7") 18 cm; Small gray and yellow softcover, fold-and-staple binding, 32 pages, lyrics (no tunes) for 12 songs, interspersed with comical banter, to be performed by blackface chorus, four soloists and six endmen. Also includes b/w diagram of stage setup, 9 small b/w poster designs with retailprices, 15 small b/w illustrations of blackface characters, list of 12 other publications in series. ; Warning: offensive premise and occasional use of N-word. ; From Publisher's Note: 'Darktown Minstrel is designed to be used in conjunction with Denison's All-Around Opening Chorus and Finale.' ; Please note: Alan's Used Books does not endorse the racist basis of this item; we're just selling it. ; Item shows light wear, four pages have pencil marks where a word or phrase has been changed, one page shows ink blots, everything is readable. Binding tight. ; Denison's Black-Face Series

Price = 64.00 USD

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