CIVIL WAR PERIOD SHEET MUSIC FOR “DO THEY THINK OF ME AT HOME”

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Item Code: 668-12

This sheet music was published in 1861 by the Diston Co. of Boston. It contains the words and music titled “DO THEY MISS ME AT HOME” with words by J. E. Carpenter and music by C. W. GLOVER. The song talks of someone separated from their family and wondering if they remember or think of him and the times they spent together.

The cover of the sheet music has the typical period decorations with a heading of “VOCAL BEAUTIES” with the song title listed below. The reverse of the piece has advertising for other songs of the period.

There is a small light water stain at upper left corner and some light surface dirt otherwise the item is in good condition.

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