Eliza Simpkins : daughter of Uncle Cief where the dance was held at / by Theron C. Bennett
Publisher -- Victor Kremer Co.
Meeting -- Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.) Songs and music.
Topical -- Piano music.
Topical -- Dance music.
T.p. ill.: black background with red and white flowers bordering each side of the page; lithograph drawing of a young woman wearing a green, red and white dress; behind her the legs of the orchestra members, as well as their instruments, are shown; a flowering topiary is to the woman's right.
"This dance was given in honor of the belle Miss Eliza before her departure for the Worlds Fair, St. Louis 1904".
Pp. 4-5 have dance instructions for a caller: "Now swing your pards and balance eight, and swing your pards like you was swingin' on a gate, then right foot up and left foot down, cut a hole with your heel in the holler of the groun, right hand across, pat your gal on the head, if she don't like biscuits then feed her corn-a-bread, now swing your lady 'gainst the wall, take a chaw'f tobacco, now promenade all."
Bennett, Theron C., 1879-1937
Chicago, Ill. : Victor Kremer Co., Publishers,
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5 p. of music : ill. ; 35 cm.
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Table Of Contents
Tuning up -- Places all -- Starting in easy -- Shake 'em up some -- Can't you see them calicoes a-flying now? -- Something doing now boys -- Swing in the corner -- Right and left through and a centre swing -- Raggin' now -- Little more dough -- Seats.