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Mr. W. H. BARKER : Studies of African Life—
III. Atlas Region-Colonist and Shawiya


Unknown: Mr. W. H. Barker

: The CHILDREN'S Hour :

Four Cautionary Tales and a Moral (
Liza Lehmann ), sung by HARRY HOPEWELL.
Songs of the Little Folk (Coates), sung by BETTY WHEATLEY
Story, ' Karmi, Keeper of Goats ' (Mary
Piano Solos by Eric FOGG : Nocturne (Brian
Hope); Bittersweet (Frank Bridge)


Unknown: Liza Lehmann
Sung By: Harry Hopewell.
Sung By: Betty Wheatley
Solos By: Eric Fogg


relayed from the Theatre

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