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Stewart, George W.

The Stewart simplified method of mimicry and parlor amusement; who's the best mimic? --a new and easy method, by which anybody can whistle and imitate birds, fowls, animals, musical instruments, steamboat and locomotive whistles, etc. with mouth and hands. No instrument necessary. 37 imitations complete. You will add much "pep" to any social gathering, by reading this book aloud, and having your guests try the imitations as you read them off

author, New York. 1918, 16p., several sketch diagrams, staplebound 8x5 inch wraps with intricate cover illustration. Staples show a touch of rust, a very good copy. Among the endorsements find one from David Belasco, although read strictly it is not enthusiastic. Last leaf bears ad for "a jazz musical instrument anybody can play" distributed by Stewart Novelties Ltd., namely the Stewart "Jaz-flutrombone" (with about fifty words of description). Price 25 cents postpaid. Agents Wanted

Cat.No: 166198

Price: $20.00

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