Narrator Ken Schwilk reminds the audience the early 20th Century was a time of change.  In 1919 Congress passed the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, allowing women to vote.  At the same time, Tin Pan Alley sold 2 billion copies of sheet music.  He invites the audience to "take a walk down memory lane with songs that brightened the homes and hearts of America."

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