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Humorous songs

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Peter Dominick party, 1962 December 15

Identifier: M085.10.0194.00017

Three comedy segments spoof Colorado Congressman Peter H. Dominick's campaign for the U. S. Senate in 1962. The first segment features a reporter at a fake cocktail party asking the guests who they are voting for in the election. The second segment is a piece of off-key music that the unidentified announcer says was written by Dominick's Yale classmates to be used as a theme for the campaign. The third segment is a fake campaign advertisement for Rep. Dominick.

Dates: 1962 December 15

Skit on duck stamp, Boulder Lincoln Day dinner, 1972 February 1

Identifier: M085.10.0198.00007

Attendees at the February 1972 Lincoln Day Dinner in Boulder, Colorado pay tribute to their guest of honor, Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) with a song entitled, Peter Dominick, sung to the tune of: Battle hymn of the republic. The topic of the song is about duck stamps (Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamps), which are required by federal law to hunt waterfowl.

Dates: 1972 February 1

Writing and Music, c. 1920s

Identifier: B458.04

This series includes sheet music; lyrics; poems; notes; scripts written and/or owned by Bert Byron; and a short story written by Dorothy Grey.

Dates: c. 1920s