I'd Love To Live in Loveland with a girl like you introduced by Maud Lambert 1910

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Vintage from the 1910s

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paper

I'd Love To Live in Loveland with a girl like you
Words and Music by W.R. Williams

© 1910 Published by Will Rossiter - 'The Chicago Publisher'
136 W Lake St. Chicago IL

Maude Lambert aka Maud Lambert, Vaudeville Star, and 2nd wife to Ernest Ball, another great Vaudevillian of the 1900s -1920s
Traveled the country bringing their classy style of Ballads to stages everywhere and to RAVE reviews!

This Large and impressive Song sheet from 1910 shows the beautiful fresh faced start on the cover and the back - plus show stoppers on the inside! Great for framing- has edge and top reinforced with transparent tape, a common practice for Music Sheets at the time. A well preserved music sheet was sure to make the classics last!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Publishers and their craft!


Publishing houses around the country, between the 1840s and 1930s had
a grip on Americans much the same way downloading YOUTUBE videos
has today.
The publishers were the 'right hand of God' in the entertainment field,
and held the pulse of society, and were also able to master the art of
advertising. Most publishers had their backgrounds in that field to begin with.

Advertising in seed catalogs and The Bee Keeper Monthly, along with
countless quips in local newspapers, had the finesse to know the patrons
would flock to their shops to keep up with the newest 'rage' in the industry.

Be it Minstrels, Patriotic, or hymnals..they were the imusic of the turn of the century,


Simple folks to the wealthy owned some sort of musical equipment, and made good
use of their spare time off at the end of the day or when entertaining friends and family.

After all there was no Netflix, No Hulu, no cable.

And having the 'LATEST and most POPULAR' music sheets was a MUST!
The WHO'S WHO of any town, knew where to get the latest hit.

From Tin Pan Alley in New York, to Boston, Chicago and Cincinnati, all had major publishing
houses that rival any online store you find music at today.

The fascination with sheet music lives on ,whether you are adorning your walls with this gorgeous art
from the past, or just collecting these magnificent historical documents to be preserved.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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I'd Love To Live in Loveland with a girl like you
Words and Music by W.R. Williams

© 1910 Published by Will Rossiter - 'The Chicago Publisher'
136 W Lake St. Chicago IL

Maude Lambert aka Maud Lambert, Vaudeville Star, and 2nd wife to Ernest Ball, another great Vaudevillian of the 1900s -1920s
Traveled the country bringing their classy style of Ballads to stages everywhere and to RAVE reviews!

This Large and impressive Song sheet from 1910 shows the beautiful fresh faced start on the cover and the back - plus show stoppers on the inside! Great for framing- has edge and top reinforced with transparent tape, a common practice for Music Sheets at the time. A well preserved music sheet was sure to make the classics last!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Publishers and their craft!


Publishing houses around the country, between the 1840s and 1930s had
a grip on Americans much the same way downloading YOUTUBE videos
has today.
The publishers were the 'right hand of God' in the entertainment field,
and held the pulse of society, and were also able to master the art of
advertising. Most publishers had their backgrounds in that field to begin with.

Advertising in seed catalogs and The Bee Keeper Monthly, along with
countless quips in local newspapers, had the finesse to know the patrons
would flock to their shops to keep up with the newest 'rage' in the industry.

Be it Minstrels, Patriotic, or hymnals..they were the imusic of the turn of the century,


Simple folks to the wealthy owned some sort of musical equipment, and made good
use of their spare time off at the end of the day or when entertaining friends and family.

After all there was no Netflix, No Hulu, no cable.

And having the 'LATEST and most POPULAR' music sheets was a MUST!
The WHO'S WHO of any town, knew where to get the latest hit.

From Tin Pan Alley in New York, to Boston, Chicago and Cincinnati, all had major publishing
houses that rival any online store you find music at today.

The fascination with sheet music lives on ,whether you are adorning your walls with this gorgeous art
from the past, or just collecting these magnificent historical documents to be preserved.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

International Shipping Available! Message us to add your country!
Set Props needed ASAP? Shoot us a quick note for expedited shipping!
Gift Wrapping available (extra)

Are you on the hunt for your favorite Mid Century Modern piece?
Message me and I will keep a sharp look out!

VISIT OUR OTHER SHOPS AT:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/PardonMyGames
https://www.etsy.com/shop/PardonMyretro

• Gluten Free Products!
• HEY! check out my REVIEWS!
https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/PARDONMYVINTAGESHOP/reviews?ref=shop_info

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