This charming little booklet was published by the Haldeman-Julius Company of Girard, Kansas. The put out all sorts of teeny newsprint screeds like this, sadly undated. This particular edition is mostly sweet, occasionally tongue-in-cheek (pun intended, I confess), and occasionally exactly what you'd expect from something of a certain era...
It has nothing to do with this doozy of the same title, even though they share an equally sophisticated point of view on the subject matter.
1) Lee: I just looked it up on amazon and it seems to be from 1926. (Jun 13, 2006 3:20 AM)
2) Faustus, M.D.: Clement Wood is also the author of the rhyming dictionary most used by lyricists in the theater. I hate it myself, but that doesn't change the fact that he clearly had his finger in a lot of, um, pies. (Jun 21, 2006 8:22 AM)
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