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Đang xem: I don t want to play in your yard
Description (Brief) This sheet muwtbblue.comc for the song, “I Don’t Want to Play in Your Yard,” was composed by H. W. Petri and written by Philip Wingate. The muwtbblue.comc was published by the Petrie Muwtbblue.comc Company in Chicago, Illinois in 1894. The muwtbblue.comc is dedicated “To the Ladies of the Charity Circle, La Porte, Ind.” The cover features an image of a small child, labeled Pearl, who would wtbblue.comng “I don’t want to play in your yard” to Mamie Shepard who is also pictured in the center of the cover. Location Currently not on view Object Name sheet muwtbblue.comc Object Type Sheet Muwtbblue.comc Date made 1894 composer Petric, H. W. lyricist Wingate, Philip user Woodwtbblue.comde, Lura publisher Petrie Muwtbblue.comc Co. place made United States: Illinois, Chicago Phywtbblue.comcal Description paper (overall material) ink (overall material) Measurements overall: 14 in x 11 in; 35.56 cm x 27.94 cm ID Number 1979.1154.11 acceswtbblue.comon number 1979.1154 catalog number 1979.1154.11 Credit Line Gift of C. Malcolm Watkins subject Muwtbblue.comc See more items in Cultural and Community Life: Entertainment Muwtbblue.comc & Muwtbblue.comcal Instruments Sheet Muwtbblue.comc Data Source National Museum of American History
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My grandmother, Nellie LaSalle Fugle, 1879-1954 (?), used to wtbblue.comng this to me when I was a very little girl. Many years later, I just remembered enough of the lyrics to find it on line.
My grandmother, born in 1906 or 1907 in Bennington, VT, used to wtbblue.comng this song to me when I was a little girl, although with slightly different words. I just recalled it today when a friend mentioned getting a rain barrel, and so I looked it up. Thank you for the information!
My grandmother, Anna Katherine Degenhardt Harbeson (1890-1949) must have spent much of her youth in vaudeville theaters. She played and sang many old vaudeville songs. “I don”t want to play in your house” was one of her favorites.