“Honor to Our Soldiers”: Civil War Veteran William Withers, Jr. and the Song that was Never Sung

After you read this wonderful post from the Ford’s Theatre Blog, click here to listen to the “song that was never sung”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMVq2xS-pl0

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3 thoughts on ““Honor to Our Soldiers”: Civil War Veteran William Withers, Jr. and the Song that was Never Sung

  1. Richard Sloan

    Hi, Dave. Guess you may have heard that I did a great deal of research on a Withers angle that has only been touched on by others. I always wanted to get it published, and folks like Tom Bogar have urged me to get it done. Unfortunately, I am bogged down in so many things that I haven’t been able to do it. That’s so frustrating, since all of my research has been completed and even typed up –as a ms. for a slide talk I used to give. As Ralph Kramden said to Alice, “One of these days.”

  2. I am directing a revival of the play Our American Cousin. Can you tell me where I might find documentation of the music selections used for the play? Steven Lampredi, New Old Theater

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