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Victor Records Nat M. Wills Automobile Parody

                        Charles Ross Taggart Pineville School Board

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12” Shellac 78 rpm

12-inch Double-sided popular series 1915 -1929 era

Victor Records,

 

35601A Nat M. Wills AUTOMOBILE PARODY

Comedian with Orchestra

1915 Automobile Parody - Comic medley describing the joys of owning an automobile.

 

35601B Charles Ross Taggart PINEVILLE SCHOOL BOARD

Rural Comedy

10/27/1915 Camden New Jersey

 

Nat M. Wills (born Louis McGrath Wills) (July 11, 1873 – December 9, 1917), was a popular stage star, vaudeville entertainer, and recording artist at the beginning of the 20th century. He is best known for his "tramp" persona and for performing humorous or satirical musical numbers, including parodies of popular songs of the day.

Charles Ross Taggart (19 March 1871, Washington, D.C. - 4 July 1953, Kents Hill, Maine) was an American comedian and folklorist who appeared all over North America as "The Man From Vermont" and "The Old Country Fiddler" from 1895-1938.

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