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The Star-Spangled Banner: "Long May It Wave." : Where Is the American Heart That Has Not Thrilled With Patriotic Emotions When Listening to Those Inspiring Words Dedicated to the Glorious Emblem of Our National Greatness .

Murphy & McPike
Format
Book; Broadside
Published
[Altoona, Pa. : Murphy & McPike, 1861]
Language
English
Variant Title
Star Spangled Banner, "long may it wave
Related Title
Oh, say, do you see what was once our delight.
Description
1 sheet ([1] unnumbered page) ; 30 x 23 cm
Notes
  • "We feel assured that no man who loves his country will fail to be pleased with any tribute paid to the "Stars and Stripes," and we therefore need offer no excuse for presenting the annexed lines, which come to us as a new version of "The Star-Spangled Banner;" nor need we ask pardon for reminding our readers, at the same time, that we have come amongst them to try our luck in the mercantile business; that we have leased the store room formerly occupied by Messrs. Ferree & Morrow ...; that we have purchased, at war prices, in the East, and are now opening a splendid and complete stock of dry goods, dress goods, fancy goods, groceries, provisions, &.c., &c. ...
  • Advertising text is printed around a new version of "The Star-Spangled Banner," with first lines "Oh, say, do you see what was once our delight. Which waved o'er a land with prosperity teeming. ..."
  • Signed, in print: Murphy & McPike. Altoona, Pa., June 6, 1861.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Robert and Virginia Tunstall Trust Fund, 2014/2015.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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