Kentucky River from High Bridge, at Night. (Printed verso on Card No. 1 reads: "HON. JOSEPH BUTTON, VIRGINIA. (Tune - 'Old Black Joe'). Gone are the days when brass rails were in style, Gone are the days when mint beds were worth while, Gone are the days when Button used to smile, I hear those gentle voices calling: 'Joe, poor Joe!' I'm bumming, I'm bumming, at 'twenty bucks' a throw, I hear those gentle voices calling: 'Joe, poor Joe!'" Printed verso on Card No. 2 reads: "THERE"LL BE A HOT TIME. When next year you land IN LEXINGTON, You'll find us there to welcome every one, And you can bet your boots you'll have lot of fun, There'll be a hot time in the old town that night. RO-TAR-IANS.") 2 copies
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