Man-woman relationships; Love; Wealth; Marriage proposals; Parental acceptance; Fathers and daughters; Rejection (Psychology); Sadness; Love-letters; Suicide; Death; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
A woman commits suicide and her lover follows suit.
John Bull (Symbolic character); Great Britain -- Relations -- France; Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873; Great Britain -- History, Military; Crimean War, 1853-1856; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;
A song on the British and French alliance for the Crimean War
Songs--United States--20th Century; Popular Music--United States
Cover: caricature of an African American male playing banjo and serenading an African American female who is looking out from her window; a photo inset shows singer Edgar Atchison-Ely dressed as a woman
Clyde is in the middle singing "Let's Have a Ball this Morning!" Dinah Washington (top photo), Famous Ravens (right top), Luis Russell (middle left), unknown sax player in middle with Clyde, unidentified duo (middle right), Clyde (bottom left),...