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H Beard Print Collection

Music Sheet
19th century (published)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Sheet music for I Mustn't Let Her See Me All at Once or I'm Going To See My Last New Girl published by Francis, Day & Hunter in London. Also published in New York by T. B. Harms & Co. Harry Beard Collection.

There is a list of the newest comic songs with their singers in the last page published by the same publisher for the same year or so.

The piece was written and composed by Chas. J. Taylort, arranged by John S. Baker and sung by Harry Randall possibly at Colliseum on 15th April 1907. Copyright.

Object details

Category
Object type
TitleH Beard Print Collection (named collection)
Materials and techniques
pinting ink and coloured ink on paper
Brief description
Sheet music for I Mustn't Let Her See Me All at Once or I'm Going To See My Last New Girl published by Francis, Day & Hunter in London, 19th c. Harry Beard Collection.
Physical description
Music sheet with illustrated cover depicting the singer in character holding a tall hat and an umbrella. Print is glued to a mount.
Dimensions
  • Height: 36.5cm
  • Width: 26cm
  • Total with mount height: 43cm
  • Total with mount width: 33cm
Literary references
  • I Mustn't Let Her See Me, All at Once
  • I'm Going To See My Last New Girl
Summary
Sheet music for I Mustn't Let Her See Me All at Once or I'm Going To See My Last New Girl published by Francis, Day & Hunter in London. Also published in New York by T. B. Harms & Co. Harry Beard Collection.

There is a list of the newest comic songs with their singers in the last page published by the same publisher for the same year or so.

The piece was written and composed by Chas. J. Taylort, arranged by John S. Baker and sung by Harry Randall possibly at Colliseum on 15th April 1907. Copyright.
Other number
F.153-46 - H Beard collection numbering
Collection
Accession number
S.145:2-1989

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Record createdMarch 24, 2010
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