TEMPLARS' MELODIES REVISED For USE In ALL TEMPERANCE MEETINGS, PROHIBITION WORK, Etc. The Most Popular Temperance Songs of the Day.

Huntington, Indiana: C. V. Strickland & Son, (n. d.). "Revised." 32 pp. Sheet music printed throughout. 8-1/2" x 5-3/4". White, glossy printed paper wrappers, stapled. Moderate wear and soiling to wrappers (light chipping to spine and edges). Paper age-toned, penciled names to inside front wrapper. Withal, an about VG example. Item #40240

Excerpt from Hymn #12: "Don't sell him another drink, please sir, He's reeling already you see; I fear when he comes home tonight sir, He'll beat my poor mother and me; She's waiting in darkness and cold, sir, And dreading to hear him come home; He treats us so bad when he's drunk sir, O don't sell him any more rum!"

Extra hymn laid-in in rear "Home-Land Ohio!"

No institutional holdings of this title found on OCLC. Rare in the trade.

Price: $175.00

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