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This draft of a poem or song about Teterville, Kansas (now a ghost town) was written by Francis Sullivan Caldwell. The fourth stanza begins, "Near Teeter-Town, I lost my way-- / One summers night-or--was it day, / My Poor head aches--I can not say. / I gazed upon a Flagon brown..." The lyrics have been typed on official stationery of unknown origin below the heading, "Internal Correspondence."

Creator: Caldwell, Francis Sullivan
Date: Between 1930 and 1940

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Item Number: 315975
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 315975

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