Bonnie Runnell"s great Dutch burlesque songster
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Bonnie Runnell"s great Dutch burlesque songster containing a mammoth collection of the most popular and taking songs of the day as sung by our funny Dutch comedian Mr. Bonnie Runnell"s.

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Published by A.J. Fisher in New York .
Written in English


  • Runnells, Bonnie -- Portraits,
  • Songsters,
  • Clowns -- Songs and music,
  • Songs, English

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Edition Notes

GenrePortraits, Songs and music
ContributionsRunnells, Bonnie.
LC ClassificationsM1628 .B714 1880
The Physical Object
Pagination60 p. ;
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23842876M
LC Control Number2009541071

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