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His Life And Background In Cincinnati 1846 - 1850 by Raymond Walters

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SOURCES AND ANNOTATIONS
PREFATORY
i. "A spirit of pleasure and youth's golden gleam"— Wordsworth, The Prelude, Book XII, line 266.
2. E. Jay Wohlgemuth, Within "Three Chords, 1928,
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3. John Tasker Howard's excellent biography:
Stephen Foster, America s Troubadour, New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1934.
4.  Statements substantiated in this book.
CHAPTER I
A BOY VISITS CINCINNATI
1. J. W. Crumbaugh, "Tomlinson in Augusta"; Alvin Fayette Lewis, History of Higher Education in Ken­tucky, 1899; Sprague's Annals, Vol. VII; all three cited in a letter to J. K. Lilly from John Wilson Townsend of Louisville, Ky., July 6,1936.
2.  Letter of Eliza Foster, quoted in Howard's Stephen Foster, Americas Troubadour, p. 53.
3. The river front of the period is depicted in a paint­ing by a contemporary artist, John C. Wild, 1835, now in the Ohio Historical and Philosophical Society rooms, University of Cincinnati Library.
4.  As reported by a Dr. Catlin in Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette, July 4,1833.
5.  Statement of Evelyn Foster Morneweck to the present writer at Detroit, October 1935.
6.  Cincinnati Directory Advertiser for 1834.
7. Advertisements in the Cincinnati Daily Gazette, June 1833.







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