The U.S. Of the World A Song of Universal Democracy Words By Katharine Oliver McCoy Music By John E. Thomas

Kenton Ohio: The U.S. Music Co., 1917. Music and lyrics, 3 verses and a chorus; first verse: "We have found a way in the U.S.A./ To make ev'ry body feel at home,/ From whatever place no matter what race/ Or country they called their own./ We don't have space for the whole blame race,/ But they're welcome to our cue,/ To get on with one another /We treat ev'ry one as brother./ Neat the old Red White and Blue..."; printed by H.S. Talbot Co. Music Printers Chicago; 13 1/4" x 10 1/2" size; light wear, in very good condition; a very optimistic piece given the state of war in Europe at the time. Very Good (Item ID: 20760)


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