Song: A 1936 78-rmp “Foxtrot” dance-tempo recording of “Mary Had A Little Lamb” by American jazz conductor Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra—featuring American big-band singer Edythe Wright. The original “Mary Had A Little Lamb” melody was written in the 1830s by Lowell Mason.
When “Auto Videos” is set to “On,” the videos will play one after another automatically until the end of the M3 media.
The image of two roads diverging (M1 button) [Google map of diverging roads] was taken in 2014 from Huntington Creek Road, that diverges about 866 feet (264 meters) northeast of Hetley Grove Church in the Pocono Mountain Region of northeastern Pennsylvania, in the northeastern United States. Patla Road goes to the right, and Jackson Hill Road goes to the left.
The image of the Redstone Schoolhouse (M3 button), looking west, was taken in 2007 in Sudbury, Massachusetts, in eastern Massachusetts, in the northeastern United States. You can see the white Martha-Mary Chapel across the way in the photo. The Redstone Schoolhouse was moved to Sudbury in 1927 from Redstone Hill in nearby Sterling, Massachusetts, in central Massachusetts, 15 miles (24.2 kilometers) northwest of Sudbury. Built in Sudbury in the late 1700s, the Redstone Schoolhouse was the purported schoolhouse that is mentioned in the nursery rhyme “Mary Had A Little Lamb,” by Sarah Josepha Hale—depicting an actual lamb that attended school one day with an actual girl name Mary from Sterling, who had nursed the lamb back from ill health, and who was considered by the lamb to be her mother!
This [Google map] is zoomed-in on the Redstone Schoolhouse in Sudbury, Massachusetts. If you zoom-out on the Google map, you will see the school’s original location in nearby Sterling.