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A sheet music booklet containing Henri I. Marshall's "Matin de Septembre,"

VERSE: There's a girlie caused a sensation, Lately she's become the rage She is known to every nation, Now we've got her on the stage, She don't care a bit for style, In the Spring or Fall, All she wears is just a smile, Nothing else at…

VERSE: There's a girlie caused a sensation, Lately she's become the rage She is known to every nation, Now we've got her on the stage, She don't care a bit for style, In the Spring or Fall, All she wears is just a smile, Nothing else at…

A youth upon the avenue Was feeling blue and lonesome too! He didn't have a thing to do. When suddenly he noticed there, An awful crowd who stop'd to stare Up at a posing maiden fair; The vision sent his poor brain in a whirl, And so he sand while…

This racist parody of September Morn is entitled "A September Night in Dixie," and represents a young African American girl standing in a pond. This card does not have a postmark and has not been posted.

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During the opening sequence of Buster Keaton's 1922 Frozen North, in which Keaton attempts to hold up a saloon, a September Morn-like figure is visible in the background. In the most recent restoration of Keaton's film (available at The Internet…

September Morn—Surf Style The painting "September Morn" has had its day. Times change and out modern generation has become one of streamlining. Many things, including girls' figures, are getting better and better. Muriel Voorhees, Hollywood…

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Woster, Ohio, Dec. 1—"September Morn" has been burned to death here by Wooster college students, who decided her presence on dormitory walls was not consistent with the ideas generally have adopted following a week of prayer. Services…

A September Morn inspired print by Grace Drayton. Drayton is most famous as the creator of the Campbell Soup Kids. Drayton created a number of September Morn inspired parodies.

CHICAGO, March 21.—After inspecting "September Morn," a painting by Paul Chabas, a Municipal Court jury to-day decided the picture was not immoral and might with propriety be publicly exhibited in Chicago. The painting represents a girl…