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Sources and Annotations              149
16. Foster Hall Chronological Index.
17. Atlas, March 9, 1849.
18.  Published by Foster Hall.
CHAPTER XI
POET, MUSICIAN AND MAN
1.  Morrison Foster, p. 40.
2. Quoted by Howard, pp. no and 113.
3.  Morrison Foster, p. 38. Tennyson's "The May Queen" was sung in Cincinnati on September 22, 1848. (Gazette, September 22,1848.)
4. H. V. Milligan, Stephen Collins Foster, A Biography, 1920, p. 104.
5.  Letter published in Foster Hall Bulletin, No. n, February 1935.
6. The original book is in the Foster Hall Collection.
7.  Morrison Foster, p. 47.
8. Henry Watterson, Marse Henry, Vol. II, p. 146.
9.  Howard, p. 252.
10.  Letter of Dr. Spaeth to the present writer, May 25, 1936.
11.  Albert Schweitzer, J. S. Bach, Vol. I, p. 16.
12. Young E. Allison, booklet, Stephen C. Foster and American Songs, p. 5.
13. John Tasker Howard, Introduction to A Program of Stephen Foster Songs, J. Fischer & Bro., New York, 1934.
14. Morrison Foster, p. 42.
15. J. B. Russell, "Foster's Music," Cincinnati Daily Gazette, January 22,1857.
16. Letter quoted by Howard, p. 196.
17. Letter quoted by Howard, p. 186.
18. Morrison Foster, p. 36.
19. Henry B. Foster, quoted by John Tasker Howard in The Musical Quarterly, January 1935, p. 22.







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