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|Title:||Lute Smith, soldier, studio setting|
|Photo Date:||ca: 1905|
|Condition:||faded, frame has holes in corners, name tag on top, autograph written on bottom|
|Dimensions:||5 x 7|
|Keywords:||musician, old man, Civil War Vet., coffee pot, crutch, cane, medal, wooden leg, brimmed hat, suit |
|Material Type:||sepia tone, photo card|
|Notes:||Musical Stunt: The old soldier walks on the stage, assisted by a crutch and cane. On the cane he plays three Camps of Reveilee, on the crutch you get Old Black Joe, etc. Takes off his leg and plays Where the River Shannon Flows. Seats himself on a stool, picks up a coffee pot and give you Hell on the Wabash. Pours coffee out of pot in a dipper, drinks the coffee, and on the handle of dipper plays You'll Remember Me and the Mocking Bird. Takes up the stool and gives you all of the National Airs, winding up with Dixie|