Walter De la Mare
Walter John de la Mare (; 25 April 1873 – 22 June 1956) was an English poet, short story writer and novelist. He is probably best remembered for his works for children, for his poem "The Listeners", and for his psychological horror short fiction, including "Seaton's Aunt" and "All Hallows". In 1921, his novel Memoirs of a Midget won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction, and his post-war Collected Stories for Children won the 1947 Carnegie Medal for British children's books.
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|Victor||BVE-64854||10-in.||1/15/1931||The way to dreamland town||Myrtle C. Eaver ; Anna Howard||Female vocal solo, with piano||author|
|Victor||CVE-67792||12-in.||1/14/1931||Dream song||Elsie Baker ; Myrtle C. Eaver ; Lucy Isabelle Marsh||Female vocal duet, with piano||author|
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