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Curly Locks
Curly Locks

Real Name

Unknown

First Appearance

Pussy Cat, Pussy cat, Wilt Thou be Mine (early 1800s)

Created by

Unknown

Origin

Curly Locks, Curly Locks,
Will you be mine?
You shall not wash dishes,
Nor feed the swine;
But sit on a cushion
And sew a fine seam,
And feast upon strawberries,
Sugar, and cream.

Public Domain Literary Appearances

  • 'Pussy Cat, Pussy cat, Wilt Thou be Mine' (1800s)
    • (later renamed) 'Curly Locks'
  • 'Little Curly Locks' (1885)
  • 'Curly Locks' by James Whitcomb Riley (Aug. 1885)
  • 'The April Baby’s Book of Tunes with the Story of How They Came to Be Written' by Elizabeth von Arnim (1900)
  • 'Babes in Toyland' (operetta) by Glen MacDonough (1903)
    • (novelization) (1904)
  • 'The Bull Moose Mother Goose' by Sallie Macrum Cubbage (1912)
  • 'Second Year Music' by Hollis Dann (1915)
  • 'The Modern Mother Goose' by Helen Hamilton (1916)
  • 'Mother Goose Comes to Portland' by Frederic W. Freeman (1918)
  • 'The Real Personages of Mother Goose' by Katherine Elwes Thomas (1930)
Curly Locks, by E. Dalziel

“Curly Locks!,” illustration by E. Dalziel from National Nursery Rhymes and Nursery Songs, 1872.

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