Item note: With announcement. Recording note: Dubbed to tape from wax cylinder, possibly by Tom Stagg.
- Traditional and folk music
Dan W. Quinn (1859 – November 7, 1938) was one of the first American singers to become popular in the new medium of recorded music. Quinn was a very successful recording artist whose recording career spanned 1892 to 1918. Quinn recorded many of his hits in the legendary "Tin Pan Alley" of New York City.