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Carrie Jacobs Bond (1862–1946)

Songwriter ("I Love You Truly", "A Perfect Day"), composer, author and publisher who sang at the White House for President Theodore Roosevelt. She formed The Bond Shop in 1894 to publish her music. She appeared in vaudeville, and gave concerts in Army Camps during WW I. In 1941, she was selected by the General Federation of Women Composers as one ... See full bio »

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Known For

The King's Speech Soundtrack
(2010)
A Lady's Morals Music Department
(1930)
Vagabond Lady Soundtrack
(1935)
Who Killed Rover? Soundtrack
(1930)

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Other Works:

Poetry collection: "The End of the Road".

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Alternate Names:

Carrie Jacobs-Bond
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