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Old Servants by Fred Brown
Full description:A Yorkshire dialect poem from Huddersfield poet Fred Brown (1893-1980) describing the upkeep and deterioration of the looms used in the local textile mills where Fred worked. Printed in 'More Songs of the Factory and the Loom' 1947 (p5) and later published by The Yorkshire Dialect Society in 'The Muse Went Weaving'. (1972) (no. 49). It is 18 lines long.
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'The Muse Went Weaving' (1972) published jointly by HUB PUBLICATIOBS LTD, Youlgrave, Bakewell, Derbyshire and THE YORKSHIRE DIALECT SOCIETY with financial assistance from THE YORKSHIRE ART ASSOCIATION
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|ISBN (International Standard Book Number)||ISBN 0902707175|