When I gets out in No-man's land : (I can't be bother'd with no mule)
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Natwick, Grim [Illustrator]
DescriptionCover illustration: Deacon Johnson riding a braying mule and carrying a six-shooter and a bottle of rum in the middle of a battlefield with German soldiers running away and mortar fire flying overhead with inset photo of Billy Beard / Natwick.For voice and piano.;Cover title.;Advertising includes musical incipits for 'Has anybody seen my Corinne' by Lukie Johnson, 'Those draftin' blues' by Maceo Pinkard, and 'Tishomingo blues' by Spencer Williams.; Featured by Billy Beard with Al. G. Field's Minstrels --Cover.This stereotypical image is part of a collection of historical examples provided for teaching use. The collection provides examples of stereotyping based on race, religion, gender, and other characteristics that have shaped and continue to shape American society.
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