Georgie Price (George Edwards Price)

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New York City, New York, USA
When Georgie was born, his mother missed work as janitor of the building, and the landlord evicted the entire family of 11, carrying Mrs Price and Georgie into the street in her bed. A famous lady social worker (who?) saved them, letting the family return home. Georgie started singing and dancing on the streets and subways of New York at a very early age, and in 1907, accompanied an older brother on his dry-cleaning delivery rounds. He sang for the wife of Gus Edwards, a Vaudeville entrepreneur, and was adopted by the Edwards, thereafter taking Edwards as a middle name. Read more...


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