• Sockery's cat

    Robinson, Charles , b. 1865? (Creator) et al

    A recitative of the type which was sometimes used in lumber camp entertainment. Biog: Former lumberjack. Taught school when the German settlers first came after the Civil War. There is a series of Soc…

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  • Lost Jimmie Whalen

    Sung by Robert Walker, Crandon, Wisconsin, July 1937.

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  • I've been spending six long months in Fond du Lac Jail

    Robinson, Charles , b. 1865? (Creator) et al

    Wisconsin lumberjack Incomplete (only 2 verses - should be about 7). To be used to demonstrate, in search of complete song.

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  • Alphabet Song

    Sung and spoken by Lewis Winfield Moody, Plainfield, Wisconsin, August 27, 1940.

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  • Red Light Saloon

    Sung by John Christian, Coloma, Wisconsin, August 27, 1940.

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  • Shantyman’s Life

    Sung by Emery DeNoyer, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, July 26, 1941.

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  • Monologue by Mr. Arthur Moseley

    Moseley, Arthur (Happy) , b. 1864? (Creator) et al

    This was recorded without the knowledge of Mr. Moseley.

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  • Little Brown Bulls

    Sung by Warde Ford, Crandon, Wisconsin, July 30, 1937.

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  • Red Light Saloon

    Sung by Bill Neupert, Schofield, Wisconsin, August 1941.

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