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Library of Congress photo of pipe & tabor belonging to Thomas Humphries (1806-1886) of Oxfordshire, who played at most of the morris dances in that county for almost 40 years.

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Author Library of Congress Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection DCM 0722a and 0722b

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