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Prohibition era Sheet Music "THE ALCOHOLIC BLUES" (Some Blues.) Words by Edward Laska and music by Albert Vontilzer.

Broadway Music Corp: NY 1919 11.75 x 9, wraps, green front cover with a cat on the tip of a sliver of a moon and a drunken owl on the lower portion, 4 pp. Covers creased, light soiling and scratches, a few small tears, small area of staining on side edges (doesn't show on front), former owner's name written in ink on the moon "Grace Kane Williamson Jr. 1919," spine splitting, lower spine archivally repaired on the inside. Part of verse two "Prohibition that's the name, Prohibition drives me insane. I'm so thirsty soon I'll die, I'm simply goin' to vaporate, I'm just that dry." Nice bit of Prohibition memorabilia.


Book Id: 98-4665

Price: $15.00

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