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|2.1: Reference Code:||us-gaua-06-11|
|2.2: Repository Location :||Reese Library Special Collections, Augusta State University 2500 Walton Way, Augusta GA. 30904-2200|
|2.3: Title:||The Beauregard Manassas Quick Step|
|2.5: Extent:||1 folder or 4 pages|
|2.6: Creator:||A. Noir|
|3.1: Scope and Content:||Manuscript consists of four pages possibly produced by mimeograph. The title indicates that this was written in honor of Civil War General P.G.T. Beauregard in the quick-step genre, a type of march with a suggested tempo of 116 MM.|
|3.2: System and Arrangement:|
|2.7: Administrative / Biographical History:||
Material shows an ownership mark of THE FLOWERS COLLECTION in the upper right corner of the title page. There is doubt that this is an original copy. It may be a reproduction. The reverse of the title page identifies it as the gift of Mrs. Jesse P. Marshall, 3051 Peachtree Dr., N. E. Atlanta, GA 30305. Material was transferred to Special Collections Augusta State University from the Georgia Division of Archives and History on August 3, 2006.
This title was published by Blackmar & Bro. in 1861 in New Orleans. For material on the 1861 edition see http://louisdl.louislibraries.org/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/AAW&CISOPTR=340&CISOBOX=1&REC=15
Records to this title showing Blackmar & Bro as publishers with their location as Augusta and a publishing date of 1900 can be referenced in OCLC/WordCat. A sample of sources which show Blackmar & Bro. as an Augusta concern are at http://www.geocities.com/athens/acropolis/4902/gemeinde/blackmar.html (actually a reference to AC Blackmar’s Chess gambits with a brief history of who he was) and http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/hasm/search/results?q=duke.collection:hasm&fq=str_dc.publisher:%22Blackmar+%26+Bro.%22&rows=32 However, no listing for either Blackmar & Bro. or 199 Broad Street can be found in an examination of the Augusta City Directories from 1861-1867 or 1899-1902.
|4.1: Access:||no restrictions|
|4.5: Language and Scripts of the Materials:||English|