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Prejudice in Venus Traces the Roots of Black Female Iconography
This paper aims to verify how a ‘freak’ show performer named The Venus Hottentot of the early 1800’s in England and in France, came to symbolize the sexualized view of the black female icon today. My thesis production of ...
Annie of the vale
(New York : Firth, Pond & Co., 1861, 1861)
Gee! I'm lonesome for a pal like you.
(New York : Ted Snyder Co., 1910, 1910)
Dear Mayme, I love you!
(New York : Ted Snyder Co. (Inc.), 1910, 1910)
O many a time I am sad at heart : Maggie's secret.
(New York : Wm. A. Pond & Co., 1865, 1865)
My soul to god my heart to thee
(Boston : Nathan Richardson at Musical exchange, 1855, 1855)
Come to the ball.
(New York : Chappell & Co. Ltd., 1910, 1910)
Give your smiles to all the boys but keep your heart for me.
(New York : Head Music Pub. Co., 1910, 1910)
Just an hour of love
(New York : M. Witmark & Sons, 1929., 1929)
Was it a dream?
(New York : Spier and Coslow, 1928, 1928)