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Joe Bowers. A very pathetic ballad, as sung by Mr. Johnson, of the Melodeon, San Francisco.
Wade, S. H.
"A variety house, known as Johnson's Melodeon, was opened December 15, 1857, at 182 Montgomery street..." San Francisco Call, Vol. 87, No. 121, 31 March 1901, p. 12.
Wood engraving; 18 x 23 cm. overall.
S.H. Wade, Printer, 151 Clay Street, Era Building, San Francisco.
Joe Bowers. A very pathetic ballad, as sung by Mr. Johnson, of the Melodeon, San Francisco, California Lettersheet Collection, Kemble Spec Col 09, California Historical Society
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