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Subject Distance 2.65 Keywords Oscar Hammerstein historic marker Pennsylvania sign United States signage attraction destination display education information landmark marker music tourist history United States of America attractive Bucks County educating Hammerstein historic markers historical marker Historical Site Historical Sites info musicality musicals Oscar Hammerstein II Place of Interest Places of Interest Richard Rodgers road side Roadside Roadsign Rodgers and Hammerstein South Pacific The King & I The Sound of Music tour tourism tourist attraction Tourist Destination Tourist Destinations travel Travel Destination Travel Destinations historic appealing musical no people Jason O. Watson / PA sightseeing signs America historical attract nobody sightsee US American daytime destinations displays landmarks markers tourists appeal color image educate outdoor USA vertical day Doylestown historical markers road sides tourist attractions tours colour image outside U.S. day time U.S.A. day-time color images daylight outdoors verticals colour images natural light outsides historic site sign with text
Caption OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II (1895-1960) Lyricist and librettist whose collaboration with composer Richard Rodgers transformed the Broadway musical. Their works include South Pacific (1949), The King & I (1951), and The Sound of Music (1959). The bucolic landscape of Hammerstein's nearby farm inspired him to write "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning" for the musical Oklahoma! in 1943. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1994