Description
Item Description:First line: Dearest love, do you remember.
Without music.
Publisher is listed at 54 Chatham St. in New York City directories for 1861 through 1863.
"The Music ... can be had of Sawyer & Thompson, 59 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y."--Beneath title.
Text of song in four eight-line stanzas, each with chorus, within illustrative border, titled "The Fountain."
Several CMP sheet music editions (earliest 1863, #000422-SMVOL, alternate title "Weeping, sad and lonely")--cite Tucker as composer and Sawyer as lyricist.
CPM #000422-SMVOL credit song as a Minstrel song.
OCLC #23661316 credits song as a Confederate ballad.
See variant editions: 000709-BROAD, 001212-BROAD, 001451-BROAD, 001452-BROAD, 001453-BROAD, 001652-BROAD, 003187-BROAD, 003188-BROAD, 003231-BROAD, and 003232-BROAD.
binder 5, item 179
Notation: Lyrics only
Physical Description:1 broadside : illustrations ; approximately 25 x 16 cm