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  • Lacking cover.
  • Pages 247-252 of periodical The delineator [unidentified date].
  • Statement of responsibility : words and music by S. Macaulay.
Title Slumber song
Alternative title Slumber on, my baby dear, mother is watching thee. [first line]
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UUID bbfa93a0-c58f-012f-c8a1-58d385a7bc34
Image ID 1698372
Collection American popular songs.
Collection UUID 691d0696-5db3-471c-e040-e00a180625bd
NYPL Division Music Division
Topics Lullabies


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