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Book, Lyrics, and Music By: Eaton Magoon, Jr.
With thirteen daughters, Chun, a rich Chinese merchant, and his wife, a Hawaiian princess, have a slight problem: by tradition, the eldest daughter must marry first – and she seems more interested in missionary work than romance. As if that weren’t bad enough, an old family curse stipulates none of the daughters must marry! But when the eldest daughter's mission work turns into matrimony, the younger sisters happily forget their decision to remain old maids and twelve very proper suitors promptly enliven the scene.
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