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Irene - Helen Clark - Irene / Alice Blue Gown (Edison Disc)

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  1. Irene Clark in Georgia. 13 records in 11 cities for Irene Clark in Georgia. The top city of residence is Atlanta, followed by Chula. The average Irene Clark is around 71 years of age with around 50% falling in to the age group of
  2. A mahogany Edison Disc Phonograph in a table top model, having a hinged ogee framed cover, lattice grill panel with speaker cloth and removable crank handle, on bracket feet. The phonograph has a arm lever, allowing accurate placement of needle onto record. One original recording is included, Alice Blue Gown and Irene, by Helen Clark. The last patent date is “May 23, ”.
  3. Irene was born on June 15, and passed away on Friday, April 27, Irene was a resident of Texas at the time of rockandroll.fejoraakinokusnigelv.infoinfo: Jun 15,
  4. Dec 19,  · 78_alice-blue-gown_helen-clark-harry-tierney_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Kevin Gigler User_metadataentered Eric Morante User_transferred Sean Clark.
  5. In my sweet little Alice blue gown, When I first wandered down into town, I was so proud inside, As I felt every eye, And in every shop window I primped, passing by. A new manner of fashion I'd found, And the world seemed to smile all around. 'Til it wilted, I wore it, I'll always adore it, My sweet little Alice blue gown!
  6. Disclaimer: The National Jukebox is a project of the Library of Congress Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation. The goal of the Jukebox is to present to the widest audience possible early commercial sound recordings, offering a broad range of historical and cultural documents as a contribution to education and lifelong learning.
  7. Alice Blue Gown I once had a gown, it was almost new Oh, the daintiest thing, it was sweet Alice blue With little forget-me-nots placed here and there When I had it on, I walked on the air And it wore, and it wore, and it wore 'Til it went, and it wasn't no more In my sweet little Alice blue gown When I first wandered down into town.

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