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Cal Stewart / Stanley and Harlan - Uncle Josh Invites City Folks To Visit Him On His Farm / Two Rubes In An Eating House flac album
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Cal Stewart / Stanley and Harlan - Uncle Josh Invites City Folks To Visit Him On His Farm / Two Rubes In An Eating House flac album

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Uncle Josh Invites City Folks To Visit Him On His Farm / Two Rubes In An Eating House
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A Cal Stewart Uncle Josh Invites City Folks To Visit Him On His Farm
Written-By – Cal Stewart
B Stanley and Harlan* Two Rubes In An Eating House
Written-By – F. C. Stanley*

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  • Record Company – Columbia Phonograph Company Gen'l

Written-By – Cal Stewart. B. –Stanley and Harlan. Two Rubes In An Eating House. Written-By – F. C. Stanley. Companies, etc. Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company.

This listing is for an album of Uncle Josh (UJ) records. T are 10 records, 20 songs, 14 are Uncle Josh, Cal Stewart. It comes with the album in the picture. 17232-A Laughs You Have Met by Evans, Moule, Augarde, Farkoa and Shepard (not UJ) Good condition plays good 17232-B Ticklish Reuben by Cal Stewart - Good condition and plays good A391 UJ Invites City to Visit Him on His Farm -Good condition, light scratches but they do not effect the playing (columbia record) A391 Two Rubes in an Eating House.

Uncle josh in an auction room. Uncle josh on a fifth avenue 'bus. Uncle josh in a department store. Uncle josh invites the city folks to visit him. Yosemite jim, or a tale of the great white death. Uncle josh weathersby's trip to boston. Wall he took me intothe house and introduced me to more wimmin folks than I ever seenbefore in all my life at one time. I guess they were havin' some kindof society doins at Henry's house, one old lady sed to me, "my dear M. eathersby, I am so pleased to meet you, I've heered Mr. Higgins speakabout you so often.

Performed by Cal Stewart Recorded 1909.

3 - Uncle Josh Gets a Letter From Home (1909). 4 - Uncle Josh In Society (1909). 5 - Uncle Josh In a Barber Shop (1915). 12 - Uncle Josh at the White House (1905). 16 - Uncle Josh's Trip to Boston (1901) a. Boxid OL100020107. Uncle Josh Invites City Folks to Visit Him on His Farm (1903) download. Uncle Josh Joins the Grangers (1907) download.

Cal Stewart (b. 1856 Charlotte County, Virginia, d. December 7, 1919) was a pioneer in vaudeville and early sound recordings. He is best remembered for his comic monologues in which he played "Uncle Josh" Weathersby, a resident of a mythical New England farming town called "Punkin Center. Born in Charlotte County, Virginia in 1856, Stewart spent his early life working in circuses, medicine shows and vaudeville to great acclaim as "Uncle Josh Weathersby from Way Down East"

Uncle josh invites the city folks to visit him. Who marched in sixty-one. Life Sketch of Author. THE author was born in Virginia, on a little patch of land, so poor we had to fertilize it to make brick. Made my first appearance on the stage at the National Theatre in Cincinnati, Ohio, and have since then chopped cord wood, worked in a coal mine, made cross ties (and walked them), worked on a farm, taught a district school (made love to the big girls), run a threshing machine, cut bands, fed the machine and ran the engine.