Old Country Fiddler on Women's Suffrage. Charles Ross Taggart.

Old Country Fiddler on Women's Suffrage.

Camden, N.J. Victor Talking Machine, February 3, 1916. Original shellac recording made February 3, 1916, labeled as "rural comedy" on the label of the record (not so funny if you were a woman!), with Old Country Fiddler at the Party on the second side, record housed in original brown paper envelope, printed on both sides, labeled Victor Record, and listing the artists that the company produced, record housed in black cloth over boards protective clamshell box, leather label stamped in gilt with title and artist on spine. This monologue was probably amusing in its day, describing the excitement in Pineville, VT, about the possibility of woman suffrage, and the founding of the Pineville Women's Rights and General Improvement League. The narrator opines that there is nothing wrong with women voting providing they do it quietly, commenting further the law will never pass as everyone in Vermont was a Republican and the Republican would never approve such a law. Victor 180360A. Item #11208

Price: $100.00

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