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  • "Good Luck to the Boys of the Allies", music sheet. Words and Music by Morris Manley. Published 1915.
    "Good Luck to the Boys of the Allies", music sheet. Words and Music by Morris Manley. Published 1915.
    ImageText       "Good Luck to the Boys of the Allies", music sheet. Words and Music by Morris Manley Toronto composer. He published it privately 1915. For additional information please click on the link to the right under "Other Websites".
    ImageText     "Good Luck to the Boys of the Allies", music sheet. Words and Music by Morris Manley Toronto composer. He published it privately 1915. For additional information please click on the ...
    Cobourg Museum Foundation
  • "The Hills of Northumberland" music sheets, by Lettice Bingham
    "The Hills of Northumberland" music sheets, by Lettice Bingham
    ImageText       Two copies of the song "The Hills of old Northumberland" by Lettice Bingham (1891-1956). Donated by Moira Lawrence and Jim Shute. For additional information on Lettice Bingham please click on link below picture under "Other Websites".
    ImageText     Two copies of the song "The Hills of old Northumberland" by Lettice Bingham (1891-1956). Donated by Moira Lawrence and Jim Shute. For additional information on Lettice Bingham please click on ...
    Cobourg Museum Foundation
  • "The Irish Laddies To The War Have Gone" sheet music. Words and music by Frank O. Madden. Music from the First World War.
    "The Irish Laddies To The War Have Gone" sheet music. Words and music by Frank O. Madden. Music from the First World War.
    ImageText       Sheet music to "The Irish Laddies To The War Have Gone". Written by Frank O. Madden. Arranged by Jules Brazil. Name written on front says it was owned by Mildred Harrison of Norwood. Published by The Anglo Canadian Music Publishers Association, 1916.
    ImageText     Sheet music to "The Irish Laddies To The War Have Gone". Written by Frank O. Madden. Arranged by Jules Brazil. Name written on front says it was owned by Mildred ...
    Cobourg Museum Foundation
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