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James Edward Myers World War I Sheet Music Collection

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James Edward Myers World War I Sheet Music Collection. / Brooks, William Fordyce.

University Library, University of Illinois. 2018, digital archive.

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Brooks, WF 2018, James Edward Myers World War I Sheet Music Collection. University Library, University of Illinois. <https://digital.library.illinois.edu/collections/692ae4c0-c09b-0134-2371-0050569601ca-6>

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Brooks, W. F. (2018, Sep). James Edward Myers World War I Sheet Music Collection. University Library, University of Illinois. https://digital.library.illinois.edu/collections/692ae4c0-c09b-0134-2371-0050569601ca-6

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Brooks WF. James Edward Myers World War I Sheet Music Collection. 2018.

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Brooks, William Fordyce. / James Edward Myers World War I Sheet Music Collection. 2018. University Library, University of Illinois.

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