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Guide to the Sheet Music Collection

Collection Overview

Date Span: 1840-1968
Creator: Sheet Music Collection (1899-1967)
Extent: 3.00 linear feet.
Collection Number: MSC0873
Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections
Summary: Eighteen of the approximately 150 pieces of sheet music in this collection are about the American South with the balance of the collection being about America's involvement in World War I. Ranging in date from 1899 to 1917, the majority were published in 1917 and 1918. This collection is now Series I in the Sheet Music Collection

Access: This collection is open for research.

Use: Copyright restrictions may apply; please consult Special Collections staff for further information.

Acquisition: The Kenneth J. Oberembt Sheet Music Collection was given to the University of Iowa Libraries by Kenneth J. Oberembt in memory of his brother Patrick. The Sylvia Maibaum Sheet Music Collection came to the University of Iowa Libraries via Matthew and Paul Maibaum as a bequest from their mother Sylvia Maibaum, following her death in the fall of 2006.

Preferred Citation: Sheet Music Collection, The University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa.

Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections
Address: Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-335-5921
Curator: Greg Prickman
Email: lib-spec@uiowa.edu
Website: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/sc

This collection was created by amalgamating two small sheet music collections. As these materials were received and processed at different times, under different conditions, they have been maintained as two separate series, each with its own organizational scheme.
In addition to the Sheet Music Collection, the University of Iowa Libraries is also home to the Ada Holding Miller Sheet Music Collection (MsC510), which contains nearly 200 pieces of American sheet music and the Dessa Manion Music Collection (MsC218) , which includes transcripts of popular songs and folksongs as well as some examples of popular sheet music. More information about American music can be found at Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century (MsC150).

Browse by Series:
Series 1: KENNETH J. OBEREMBT SHEET MUSIC COLLECTION
Series 2: SYLVIA MAIBAUM SHEET MUISC COLLECTION
Series 3: BEULAH YANNEY MONTGOMERY SHEET MUISC COLLECTION
Series 4: 2014 ADDENDUM

  • Series 1: KENNETH J. OBEREMBT SHEET MUSIC COLLECTION
  • Sub-Series: Songs Of World War I
  • Box 1:
  • After The War Is Over
  • James W. Casey
  • Seattle, Washington : Echo Music Publishing Co. - 1917
  • All Aboard For Home Sweet Home
  • Al Piantadosi and Jack Glogau
  • Addison Burkhart
  • New York : Al. Piantadosi and Co. - 1918
  • America, Here's My Boy
  • Arthur Lange
  • Andrew B. Sterling
  • New York : Joe Morris Music Co. - 1917
  • America Needs You Like A Mother (Would You Turn Your Mother Down?)
  • Jean Schwartz
  • Grant Clark
  • New York : Kalmark, Puck and Abrahams Consolidated, Inc. Music Publishers - 1917
  • American Crusaders
  • Will Wood
  • New York : Will Wood - 1918
  • And He'd Say "Oo-La-La Wee-Wee"
  • Harry Ruby and George Jessell
  • New York : Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co. - 1919
  • And Then She'd Knit, Knit, Knit. A Little Love Yarn
  • Harry Von Tilzer
  • Eddie Moran
  • New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co. - 1917
  • Back In The Old Town Tonight
  • Arthur Lange
  • Jeff Branen
  • New York : Joe Morris Music Co. - 1916
  • Battle Song Of Liberty
  • F.E. Bigelow and George L. Cobb, arr. 
  • Jack Yellen
  • Boston, Mass. : Walter Jacobs - 1917
  • Belgium, Dry Your Tears
  • Al Piantadosi
  • Arthur Freed
  • New York : Al. Piantadosi and Co. Inc. - 1918
  • The Bravest Heart Of All
  • Richard A. Whiting
  • Raymond Egan.
  • New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1917
  • Bring Back My Soldier To Me
  • Frank Magine
  • Watler Hirsch
  • New York : Al. Piantadosi and Co. Inc. - 1918
  • Brought Back Victory Again
  • Jacob Gabriel
  • Philadelphia : Gabriel Music Co. - 1919
  • Come Across Yankee Boy, Come Across
  • Fred Fisher
  • Alfred Bryan
  • New York : McCarthy and Fisher (Inc.) Music Publisher - 1918
  • Come On Papa
  • Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby
  • Waterson, Berlin and Co. Music Publishers - 1918
  • Don't Try To Steal The Sweetheart Of A Soldier
  • Van and Schenck
  • Alfred Bryan
  • New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1917
  • Down The Trail Of The Old Dirt Road
  • Nat Vincent
  • Richard Howard
  • Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Music Publishers - 1918
  • Dreaming Of Home Sweet Home
  • James F. Hanley
  • Ballard MacDonald
  • Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Music Publishers - 1918
  • The Fatherland, The Motherland, The Land Of My Best Girl
  • Harry Carroll
  • Ballard MacDonald
  • Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Music Publishers - 1914
  • Follow On
  • Bernie Grossman
  • New York : Prival Music Co. - 1918
  • For The Freedom Of The World
  • J. S. Zamecnik
  • Edmund Vance Cooke
  • Cleveland : Sam Fox Pub. Co. - 1917
  • For Your Boy And My Boy
  • Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Gus Kahn
  • New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1918
  • General Pershing
  • Carl D. Vandersloot
  • J.R. Shannon
  • Williamsport, Pennsylvania : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co. - 1918
  • Give A Little Credit To The Navy
  • Albert Gumble
  • Bud De Sylva and Gus Kahn
  • New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1918
  • Good-Bye America
  • James O'Keefe, U.S.N.
  • Chicago : H.S. Talbot Co. - 1918
  • Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France 
  • Billy Baskette
  • C. Francis Reisner and Benny Davis
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1917
  • Good-Bye "Sally" Good Luck To You
  • Sgt. Sam Habelow
  • Boston, Mass: George Jeffrey and Samuel Habelow - 1919
  • Good Luck To The U.S.A.
  • Frederick V. Bowers
  • Arthur J. Lamb
  • Frederick V. New York : Bowers Music Publishers - 1917
  • Hello Central! Give Me No Man's Land
  • Jean Schwartz
  • Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young
  • New York : Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co. Music Publishers - 1918
  • He's Had No Lovin' For A long, Long Time
  • Maceo Pinkard.
  • Wm. Tracey.
  • New York : Broadway Music Corporation - 1919
  • Home Coming Week In France 
  • Seneca G. Lewis.
  • New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1918
  • How 'Ya Gonna Keep'em Down On The Farm (After They've Seen Paree?)
  • Walter Donaldson
  • Walter Young and Sam M. Lewis
  • New York : Waterson , Berlin and Snyder Co., Music Publishers - 1919
  • *Dup. Ada Holding Miller, A12. How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm. Words: Joe Young & Sam Lewis; Music: Walter Donaldson. Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder. - 1919
  • Box 2:
  • I Ain't Got Weary Yet (Je M'en Fais Pas Encore)
  • Percy Wenrich
  • Howard Johnson; French text by Louis Delamarre
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1918
  • I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier
  • Al Piantadosi
  • Alfred Bryan
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1915
  • I Don't Want To Get Well
  • Harry Jentes
  • Harry Pease and Howard Johnson
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1917
  • I'll Care For You
  • Dom Maffei
  • Vin J. Starace
  • New York : Greenwich Pub. House - 1918
  • I'll Love You More For Losing You Awhile
  • Richard A. Whiting
  • Raymond Egan
  • Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1918
  • I'm Glad I Can Make You Cry
  • Chas. R. McCarron and Carey Morgan
  • New York : Jos. W. Stearn and Co. - 1918
  • I May Be Gone For A Long, Long Time
  • Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lew Brown
  • New York : Broadway Music Corporation - 1917
  • I May Stay Away A Little Longer
  • Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lew Brown
  • New York : Broadway Music Corporation - 1918
  • I'm Proud To Be The Sweetheart Of A Soldier
  • Mary Earl
  • New York : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Music Publishers - 1918
  • I Wonder What's Se Matter Wiz My Oo-La-La? (Come What May, I Can't Say, Oo-Ze-Oo-La-La-La-La)
  • Henri F. Klickmann
  • Jack Frost
  • Chicago and New York : Frank K. Root and Co. - 1919
  • It's A Long Way To Berlin But We'll Get There
  • Leon Flatow
  • Arthur Fields
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1917
  • It's A Long, Long Way To Tipperary
  • Jack Judge and Harry Williams
  • New York and Toronto : Chappell and Co., Ltd. - 1912
  • It's All Over Now
  • Frankie Williams and The Kreys
  • New York : Krey Publishing Co. - 1918
  • It's Not Your Nationality (It's Simply You)
  • Howard Johnson
  • Joe McCarthy
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1916
  • It's So Hard To Be Happy Without You
  • Chas. B. Brown
  • Walt J. Jansen
  • Chicago : W.J. Jansen Publisher - 1917
  • It's Time For Every Boy To Be A Soldier
  • Harry Tierney
  • Alfred Bryan
  • New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1917
  • I've Got A New Job
  • Ed Nelson
  • Sam Landers
  • New York : A.J. Stasny Music Co. - 1918
  • Ja-Da (Ja Da, Ja Da, Jing Jing Jing!)
  • Bob Carleton, USNRF
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1918
  • Joan Of Arc They Are Calling You
  • Jack Wells
  • Alred Bryan and Willie Weston; French version by Liane Held Carrera
  • New York : Waterson , Berlin and Snyder Co. Music Publishers - 1917
  • Johnny Get Your Gun And Be A Soldier
  • Jack Glogau
  • Jack Yellen
  • Philadelphia : Emmett H. Welch Music Publisher - 1917
  • Johnny's In Town
  • Geo. W. Meyer and Abe Olman
  • Jack Yellen
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1919
  • Just A Baby's Letter Found In No Man's Land
  • Ray Lawrence
  • Bernie Grossman
  • New York : Joe Morris Music Co. - 1918
  • Just A Baby's Prayer At Twilight (For Her Daddy Over There)
  • M.K. Jerome
  • Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young
  • New York : Waterson , Berlin and Snyder Co. - 1918
  • Just A Bit Of Cloth, But It's Red, White And Blue
  • Harry C. Eldridge
  • Franklin , Ohio : Eldridge-Entertainment House - 1917
  • Just Like Washington Crossed The Delaware, General Pershing Will Cross The Rhine 
  • Geo. W. Meyer
  • Howard Johnson
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1918
  • K-K-K-Katy
  • Geoffrey O'Hara
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1918
  • K-K-K-Katy
  • Geoffrey O'Hara
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - War Edition - 1918
  • Keep The Love-Light Shining In The Window
  • Caddigan and McHugh
  • Boston, Mass : D.W. Cooper - 1917
  • Keep Your Head Down, Fritzi Boy (We Saw You)
  • C.W. Murphy and Norton David
  • New York : T.B. Harms and Francis, Day and Hunter - 1918
  • Let's All Be Americans Now
  • Irving Berlin, Edgar Leslie and Geo. W. Meyer
  • New York : Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co. - 1917
  • Liberty Bell (It's Time To Ring Again)
  • Halsey K. Mohr
  • Joe Goodwin
  • New York : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Music Publishers - 1917
  • A Little Bit Of Sunshine (From Home)
  • James F. Hanley
  • Ballard MacDonald and Joe Goodwin
  • New York : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Music Publishers - 1918
  • Long Boy
  • Barclay Walker
  • William Herschell
  • New York : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Music Publishers - 1917
  • Lorraine (My Beautiful Alsace Lorraine)
  • Fred Fisher
  • Alred Bryan
  • New York : McCarthy and Fisher, Inc. - 1917
  • *Dup. Ada Holding Miller, C17. Lorraine. Words: Alfred Bryan; Music: Fred Fisher. McCarthy & Fisher. - 1917
  • Box 3:
  • Mother
  • Sigmund Romberg
  • Rida Johnson Young
  • New York and Boston : G. Schirmer - 1916
  • My Belgian Rose
  • Geo. Benoit, Rob't Levenson and Ted Garton.
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc., 1918. - 1918
  • My Life Belongs To Uncle Sam
  • Otto Motzan and Schulyer Greene
  • New York : Joe Morris Music Co. - 1914
  • My Red Cross Girlie The Wound Is Somewhere In My Heart
  • Theodore Morse
  • Harry Bewley
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1917
  • National Emblem
  • E.E. Bagley
  • Boston, Mass : Walter Jacobs - 1917
  • The Navy Will Bring Them Back
  • Ira Schuster
  • Howard Johnson, U.S.N.
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1918
  • The Navy Will Bring Them Back
  • Ira Schuster
  • Howard Johnson, U.S.N.
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - War edition - 1918
  • Oh! Frenchy
  • Con. Conrad
  • Sam Ehrlich
  • New York : Broadway Music Corporation - 1918
  • Oh! How I Wish I Could Sleep Until My Daddy Comes Home
  • Pete Wendling
  • Sam. M. Lewis and Joe Young
  • Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co. Music Publishers - 1918
  • Oh, Susie, Behave
  • Abe Olman
  • Ed. Rose
  • New York : McCarthy and Fisher (Inc.) - 1918
  • Our Sammies Song
  • Carl D. Vandersloot
  • J.R. Shannon
  • Williamsport, Pennsylvania : Vandersloot Music Pub. Co. - 1918
  • Over There
  • George C. Cohan
  • New York : William Jerome Publishing Corporation - 1917
  • *Dup. Ada Holding Miller, C14. Over There. Words: Geo. M. Cohan; Music: Geo. M. Cohan. Wm. Jerome - 1917
  • The Rose Of No Man's Land (La Rose Sous Les Boulets)
  • James A. Brennan
  • Jack Caddigan; French text by Louis Delamarre
  • New York : Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1918
  • Salvation Lassie Of Mine
  • Jack Caddigan and Chick Story
  • New York : Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1919
  • Say A Prayer For The Boys "Out There"
  • Alex Marr
  • Bernie Grossman
  • New York : Joe Morris Music Co. - 1917
  • Send Me Away With a Smile
  • Louis Weslyn and Al. Piantadosi
  • New York : Al. Piantadosi and Co. Inc. - 1917
  • *Dup. Ada Holding Miller, C16. Send Me Away With A Smile. Words: Louis Weslyn and Al. Piantadosi - 1917
  • Set Aside Your Tears (Till The Boys Come Marching Home)
  • L. Gilbert, Marvin Franklin Wolfe and Anatol Friedland
  • New York : Jos. W. Stern and Co. - 1917
  • So Long, Mother
  • Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Raymond Egan and Gus Kahn
  • Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1917
  • Someday They're Coming Home Again
  • Harry Hilbert
  • New York : M. Witmark and Sons - 1917
  • Somewhere In France Is The Lily
  • Jos. E. Howard.
  • Philander Johnson
  • New York : M. Witmark and Sons - 1917
  • *Dup. Ada Holding Miller, C22. Somewhere in France. Words: P. Johnson; Music: Jos. Howard and M. Witmark - 1917
  • There's An Angel Missing From Heaven - She'll Be Found Somewhere Over There
  • Robert Speroy
  • Paul B. Armstrong
  • Chicago and New York : Frank K. Root and Co. - 1918
  • There's Nobody Home But Me
  • Con. Conrad
  • Sam Ehrlich
  • New York : Broadway Music Corporation - 1918
  • Those Draftin' Blues
  • Maceo Pinkard
  • New York : Jos. W. Stern and Co. - 1918
  • Three Wonderful Letters From Home
  • James F. Hanley
  • Joe Goodwin and Ballard MacDonald
  • New York : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. - 1918
  • Till We Meet Again
  • Richard A. Whiting
  • Raymond B. Egan
  • Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1918
  • Two Little Eyes Are Watching For A Daddy Far Away
  • H.C. Weasner
  • Buffalo, New York : H.C. Weasner and Co. - 1918
  • Wait Till You Get Them Up In The Air Boys
  • Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lew Brown
  • New York : Broadway Music Company - 1919
  • *Dup. Ada Holding Miller, A11. Wait Till You Get Them Up In The Air Boys. Words: Lew Brown; Music: Albert Von Tilzer. Broadway Music Co. - 1919
  • Wake Up, America! 
  • Jack Glogau
  • George Graff Jr.
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1916
  • The War In Snider's Grocery Store
  • Ballard MacDonald, "Hank" Hancock and Harry Carroll
  • New York : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Inc. - 1914
  • We Don't Want The Bacon (What We Want Is A Piece Of The Rhine!)
  • Harry Russell, "Kid" Howard Carr and Jimmie Havens
  • New York : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Inc.
  • *Dup. Ada Holding Miller, C25. We Don't Want The Bacon. Words: H. Carr, H. Russell & J. Havens. Arcade - 1918
  • Wee, Wee, Marie (Will You Do Zis For Me)
  • Fred Fisher
  • Alfred Bryan and Joe McCarthy
  • New York : McCarthy and Fisher, Inc. - 1918
  • We'll All Be Happy When The Boys Come Home
  • Great Howard
  • New York : Howard and Lavar Music Publishers - 1918
  • Box 4:
  • We'll Build A Little Home In The U.S.A.
  • Chas. Elbert
  • Howard Wesley
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1915
  • We'll Fight For Each Star In The Flag
  • John H. McDonald
  • New York : F.B. Haviland Pub. Co. - 1917
  • We'll Knock The Heligo-Into Heligo-Out Of Heligoland!
  • Theodore Morse
  • John O'Brien
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1917
  • We're All Going Calling On The Kaiser
  • James A. Brennan
  • Jack Caddogan
  • Boston and New York : Daly Music Publishers Inc. - 1917
  • We're Going Over
  • Andrew B. Sterling, Bernie Grossman and Arthur Lange
  • New York : Joe Morris Music Co.
  • *Dup. Ada Holding Miller, C26. We're Going Over. Words: A. Sterling, B. Grossman & A. Lange. Joe Morris - 1917
  • What Are You Going To Do To Help The Boys?
  • Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Gus Kahn
  • Detroit and New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1918
  • *Dup. Ada Holding Miller, C27. What Are You Going To Do To Help The Boys? Words: Gus Kahn; Music: Egbert Van Alstyne. J. Remick - 1918
  • When A Boy Says Good-Bye To His Mother And She Gives Him To Uncle Sam
  • Jack Frost
  • Chicago and New York : Frank K. Root and Co. - 1917
  • When The Flag Of Peace Is Waving I'll Return
  • Barney G. Young
  • Mary Ruth Meyer
  • Brunswick, Georgia : Glover Brothers - 1917
  • When The Soldiers Are On Parade
  • Howard M. Githens
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Blasius and Sons, 1914 - 1914
  • When The Sun Goes Down In France
  • Gilbert C. Tennant
  • New York : Joe. Morris Music Co., 1917 - 1917
  • When The "Yanks" Come Marching Home
  • Seymour Furth
  • William Jerome
  • New York : William Jerome Publishing Corporation - 1917
  • When Tony Goes Over The Top
  • Alex. Marr
  • Billy Frisch and Archie Fletcher
  • New York : Joe. Morris Music Co. - 1918
  • When We Get There
  • Alex. Marr.
  • Billy Frisch and Leo Fagan
  • New York : Joe. Morris Music Co. - 1917
  • When You Come Back And You Will Come Back, There's The Whole World Waiting For You
  • George M. Cohan
  • New York : M. Witmark and Sons - 1918
  • Where Do We Go From Here?
  • Howard Johnson and Percy Wenrich
  • New York : Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1917
  • *Dup. Ada Holding Miller, C20. Where Do We Go From Here. Words: Howard Johnson and Percy Wenrich. Leo. Feist - 1917
  • The Yanks Are At It Again
  • Rubey Cowan
  • Lew Brown
  • New York : Broadway Music Corporation - 1918
  • You Can Tell That He's An American
  • Percy Wenrich
  • Howard Johnson
  • New York : Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1918
  • You Can't Blame The Girlies At All (They All Want To Marry A Soldier)
  • Abner Silver
  • Alex. Gerber
  • New York : Joe Morris Music Co. - 1919
  • You'll Find Dixieland In France
  • Geo. W. Meyer.
  • Grant Clarke.
  • New York : Leo. Feist, Inc., 191.8 - 1918
  • Your Lips Are No Man's Land But Mine
  • Chas. R. McCarron and Carey Morgan
  • Arthur Guy Empey
  • New York : Jos. W. Stern and Co. - 1918
  • You've Got To Go In Or Go Under
  • Lt. Gitz Rice
  • Percival Knight
  • New York : G. Ricordi and Co., Inc. Music Publishers - 1918
  • Ze Yankee Boys Have Made A Wild French Baby Out Of Me
  • Joe Gold
  • Eugene West
  • New York : Chas. K. Harris - 1919
  • Sub-Series: Songs Of The American South
  • Box 5:
  • Carolina Lullaby
  • Louis Panella and Walter Hirsch
  • Detroit , Michigan : Harrison Music Co. Inc. - 1921
  • Choo Choo Boogie
  • John W. Schaum
  • Minneapolis : Jay A. Simon Co. - 1944
  • The Darktown Strutters' Ball
  • Shelton Brooks
  • New York : Leo. Feist Inc. - 1917
  • *Also: Rita Benson Music Sound Recording Audio record 11755 DIS and 11728 DIS
  • Here Comes The Show Boat
  • Maceo Pinkard
  • Billy Rose
  • New York : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Music Publishers - 1927
  • Hush My Little Coon
  • Jos. W. Wheeler
  • Boston : Geo. W. Setchell - 1896
  • I Want My Mammy
  • Geo. B. Wehner
  • Louis Breau
  • New York : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Music Publishers - 1921
  • Mammy's Shufflin' Dance
  • Melville J. Gideon
  • Wolfe L. Gilbert
  • Chicago : Will Rossiter - 1911
  • My Little Black Lamb
  • Whitney Viney
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • Chicago : Harvey 's Greater Minstrels - 1922
  • Oh Breddern! Oh Sistern! (A Shoutin' Pahson Song)
  • Margo Stitt
  • Arthur Leroy Kaser
  • Dayton, Ohio : Paine Publishing Company - 1929
  • Pray For The Lights To Go Out: A Negro Shouting Song
  • Renton Tunnah and Will E. Skidmore
  • Kansas City, Missouri : Skidmore Music Co. - 1916
  • Quit Dat Ticklin' Me: A Black Face Novelty For Two Girls
  • H. Carlton
  • Cora Page
  • Franklin, Ohio : Eldridge Entertainment House, Inc. - 1912
  • River, Stay 'Way From My Door
  • Harry Woods
  • Mort Dixon
  • New York : Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Music Publishers - 1931
  • There Aint No Use To Keep Hanging Around
  • Irving Jones
  • New York : Feist and Frankenthaler - 1899
  • They Made It Twice As Nice As Paradise And They Called It Dixieland
  • Richard A. Whiting
  • Raymond Egan
  • New York and Detroit : Jerome H. Remick and Co. - 1916
  • Uncle Remus
  • Griffith, J. Jones; Harry L. Lincoln, arr. 
  • Williamsport , Pennsylvania : United States Music Co. - 1905
  • The Voo-Doo Man
  • Williams and Walker
  • Hurtig and Seamon - 1900
  • The Watermelon Frolic
  • Howard Whitney
  • New York : M. Whitmark and Sons - 1899
  • Way Down In Cotton Town Way Way Down
  • La Moyne Sutphen
  • New York : Richmond Music Company - 1924
  • Sub-Series: Miscellaneous
  • Box 5:
  • Tres Moutarde (Too Much Mustard) - Gift of Louis Szathmary 
  • Cecil Macklin
  • London: Cary and Company - 1911
  • Za Ga Zig's Original And Official Iowa Corn Song - Gift of Marc Selvaggio
  • As played By Za-Ga-Sig Temple Band
  • lyrics: J.T. Beeston; Ghorus: G.E. Hamilton
  • Des Moines, IA: Za-Ga-Zig Temple Band - 1921
  • Series 2: SYLVIA MAIBAUM SHEET MUISC COLLECTION
  • Sub-Series: Theater Music
  • Box 6:
  • All Alone
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: Irving Berlin, Inc. - 1923
  • As featured in The Music Box Revue.
  • All By Myself
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: Irving Berlin, Inc. - 1920
  • Buckle Down, Winsocki
  • Hugh Martin and R. Blane
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1941
  • From the musical comedy, "Best Foot Forward," directed by George Abbott.
  • Jupiter Forbid
  • Words: Lorenz Hart; Music: Richard Rodgers
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1942
  • From the musical "By Jupiter," directed by Joshua Logan and presented by Wiman & Rodgers.
  • Careless Rhapsody
  • Words: Lorenz Hart; Music: Richard Rodgers
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1942
  • From the musical, "By Jupiter," directed by Joshua Logan and presented by Wiman & Rodgers.
  • Ev'rything I've Got
  • Words: Lorenz Hart; Music: Richard Rodgers
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1942
  • From the musical, "By Jupiter," directed by Joshua Logan and presented by Wiman & Rodgers.
  • Carousel - Selections From The Theatre Guild Muscial Play
  • Words: Oscar Hammerstein II; Music: Richard Rodgers
  • Decca Records, Inc. - 1945
  • Deep In My Heart Dear
  • Words: Dorothy Donnelly; Music: Sigmund Romberg
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1924
  • From the musical, "The Student Prince in Heidelberg," presented by Messrs Shubert.
  • Do-Re-Mi
  • Words: Oscar Hammerstein II; Music: Richard Rodgers
  • New York: Williamson Music Inc. - 1959
  • From the musical play, "The Sound of Music," directed by Vincent J. Donehue
  • East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)
  • Brooks Bowman
  • New York: Santly Bros., Inc. - 1935
  • From the Princeton University Triangle Club's Production, "Stags at Bay."
  • Fiddler On The Roof - Vocal Selections From The Musical Play
  • Words: Sheldon Harnick; Music: Jerry Bock
  • New York: Valando Music Corp. - 1964
  • The Best Things In Life Are Free
  • B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson
  • New York: De Sylv, Brown, and Henderson - 1927
  • From the musical comedy, "Good News!" presented by Laurence Shwab and Frank Mandel.
  • Got A Bran' New Suit
  • Words: Howard Dietz; Music: Arthur Schwartz
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1935
  • From the musical, "At Home Abroad," presented by Messrs Shubert.
  • Heat Wave
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: Irving Berlin, Inc. - 1933
  • From "As Thousands Cheer," presented by Sam. H. Harris.
  • Hello, Dolly!
  • Jerry Herman
  • New York: Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc. - 1963
  • From the musical comedy, "Hello Dolly!," presented by David Merrick.
  • I Can Dream, Can't I?
  • Words: Irving Kahal; Music: Sammy Fain
  • New York: Marlo Music Corps. - 1937
  • From the musical play, "Right This Way," presented  by Alice Alexander.
  • I See Your Face Before Me
  • Words: Howard Dietz; Music: Arthur Schwartz
  • New York: Crawford Music Corporation - 1937
  • I'll See You Again (Song Version)
  • Noël Coward
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Ltd. - 1929
  • From "Bitter Sweet," an operette in three acts by Noël Coward.
  • March
  • Serge Prokofieff
  • Boston: The Boston Music Co.
  • Piano Solo from the opera, "Love of the Three Oranges," Op. 33.
  • One Love
  • Words: Edgar Y. Harburg and Ted Koehler; Music: Jay Gorney and Harold Arlen.
  • New York: Remick Music Corp. - 1930
  • From the "Eighth Edition of Earl Carroll Vanities."
  • Paradise
  • Words: Nacio Herb Brown and Gordon Clifford; Music: Nacio Herb Brown
  • New York: Nacio Herb Brown, Inc. - 1931
  • From the R-K-O Radio presentation of Pola Negri in "A Woman Commands."
  • My Beautiful Lady
  • Words: C. M.S. McLellan; Music: Ivan Caryll
  • New York: Chappell & Co. Ltd. - 1911
  • From the musical comedy, "The Pink Lady," a story of the play by George Berr and Marcel Guillemand.
  • Play Gypsies - Dance Gypsies
  • Words: Harry B. Smith; Music: Emmerich Kálmán
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1924
  • From the musical, "Countess Maritza," presented by Messrs Shubert.
  • I Got Plenty O' Nuttin'
  • Words: Ira Gershwin; Music: George Gershwin
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1935
  • From the musical, "Porgy and Bess," presented by The Theatre Guild.
  • It Ain't Necessarily So
  • Words: Ira Gershwin; Music: George Gershwin
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1935
  • From the musical, "Porgy and Bess," presented by The Theatre Guild.
  • Summertime
  • Words: Ira Gershwin; Music: George Gershwin
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1935
  • From the musical, "Porgy and Bess," presented by The Theatre Guild.
  • Oh, Baby!
  • Owen Murphy; ukele arr. by May Singhi Breen
  • New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc. - 1928
  • From the musical "Rain or Shine."
  • Someone To Watch Over Me
  • Words: Ira Gershwin; Music: George Gerswhin
  • New York: Harms Inc. - 1926
  • From the musical, "O, Kay!" presented by Alex Aarons and Vinton Freedley.
  • Sunshine
  • Irving Berlin
  • Irving Berlin, Inc. - 1928
  • Tea for Two
  • Vincent Youmans; stylized by Cy Walter
  • New York: Harms Inc. - 1944
  • Piano Solo - "In The Modern Idiom"
  • Tea for Two (Tú Serás)
  • Words: Irving Caesar; Spanish Words: Johnnie Camacho; Music: Vincent Youmans
  • New York: Harms Inc. - 1947
  • From the musical comedy -"No No Nanette"
  • That's Why Darkies Were Born
  • Lew Brown and Ray Henderson
  • New York: De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson - 1931
  • From "George White's Scandals"
  • They've Gotcha On The Hutska (M'nemt Eich Oif Der Hutska) 
  • Yiddish Words: Molly Picon; English Words: Sheldon Secunda; Music: Sholom Secunda
  • New York: Mills Music, Inc. - 1959
  • From  the musical production - "The Kosher Widow"
  • Thinking Of You All The Time
  • Words: Jos. W. Grey; Music: Allie Moore
  • New York: Chateau Music Publishing Co.
  • From "The Signal Tower"
  • "This is the Army" souvenir book.
  • Irving Berliun's all-soldier show "This is the Army"
  • I Left My Heart At The Stage Door Canteen
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: This is the Army, Inc., 1942. - 1942
  • From the all-soldier show - "This is the Army"
  • That Russian Winter
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: This is the Army, Inc. - 1942
  • From the all-soldier show - "This is the Army"
  • This Is The Army, Mister Jones
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: This is the Army, Inc. - 1942
  • From the all-soldier show - "This is the Army"
  • Try To Remember
  • Words: Tom Jones; Music: Harvey Schmidt
  • New York: Frank Music Co. Ltd./Chappell & Co., Ltd. - 1960
  • From the musical, "The Fantasticks," directed by Word Baker.
  • La Vie En Rose
  • Words: Edith Piaf; Music: Louiguy
  • Paris: Arpège - 1946
  • Vieni, Vieni
  • Words: Geo. Koger & H. Varna; English Words: Rudy Vallee; Music: Vincent Scotto
  • New York: M. Witmark & Sons - 1934
  • Wagon Wheels
  • Words: Billy Hill; Music: Peter De Rose
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc. - 1934
  • From the production of "Ziegfeld Follies"
  • Was I?
  • "Chick" Endor and Charlie Farrell
  • New York: Miller Music - 1931
  • From the - "Ziegfeld Follies"
  • You Can't Stop Me From Dreaming
  • Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin
  • New York: Remick Music Corp. - 1937
  • Sub-Series: Film Music
  • Box 6:
  • Amor
  • English Words: Sunny Skylar; Spanish Words: Ricardo López Mendez; Music: Gabriel Ruiz
  • New York: Sole Selling Agent Melody Lane Publications, Inc. - 1943
  • From the MGM Picture - "Broadway Rythm"
  • Around The World
  • Words: Harold Adamson; Music: Victor Young
  • New York: Liza Music Corp. - 1956
  • From Michael Todd's - "Around the World in 80 Days"
  • As Time Goes By
  • Herman Hupfeld
  • New Jersey: Warner Bros., Inc. - 1931
  • Autumn In Rome
  • Sammy Cahn and Paul Weston; orig. score by Alessanro Cicognini
  • New York: Cromwell Music, Inc. - 1954
  • From the film - "Indiscretion of an American Wife"
  • Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes)
  • English words: Johnny Mercer; French Words: Jacques Prevert; Music: Joseph Kosma
  • Milwaukee: Morley Music Co. - 1947
  • Beautiful Girl
  • Words: Arthur Freed; Music: Nacio Herb Brown
  • New York: MGM Corp. - 1933
  • As sung by Bing Crosby.
  • Bei Mir Bist Du Schön (Means That You're Grand)
  • Original words: Jacob Jacobs; English Words: Cahn-Chaplin; Music: Sholom Secunda
  • New York: Harms Inc. - 1937
  • The Caissons Go Rolling Along (Artillery Song)
  • Edmund L. Gruber
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc. - 1921
  • From - "Ten Gentlemen From Westpoint"
  • Did I Remember
  • Words: Harold Adamson; Music: Walter Donaldson
  • New York: Leo Feist Inc. - 1936
  • As sung by Jean Harlow in the MGM Production - "Suzy"
  • Did You Ever See A Dream Walking?
  • Words: Mack Gordon; Music: Harry Revel
  • New York: De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc. - 1933
  • From the Paramount Picture - "Sitting Pretty"
  • Les Feuilles Mortes
  • Words: Jacques Prevert; Music: Joseph Kosma
  • Paris: Enoch & Cie. Editeurs
  • From the film - "Les Portes De La Nuit"
  • The Girl Who Used To Be Me
  • Words: Alan and Marilyn Bergman; Music: Marvin Hamlisch
  • Miami:Famous Music Corporation/Threesome Music, Inc./Red Bullett Music - 1989
  • From the Paramount Motion Picture - "Shirley Valentine"
  • I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: Irving Berlin Inc. - 1936
  • From the RKO Radio Picture Production - "Follow the Fleet"
  • Intermezzo: Souvenir de Vienne
  • Heinz Provost
  • New York: Edward Schuberth & Co., Inc. - 1936
  • From the David O. Selznik production - "Intermezzo: A Love Story"
  • Isn't It Romantic?
  • Words: Lorenz Hart; Music: Richard Rodgers
  • New York: Famous Music Corp. - 1932
  • From the Paramount Picture - "Love Me To-Night"
  • It's A Small World
  • Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman
  • Glendale, Calif.: Wonderland Music Company, Inc. - 1963
  • From Walt Disney's - "It's a Small World"
  • Box 7:
  • Jeepers Creepers
  • Words: Johnny Mercer; Music: Harry Warren
  • New York: M. Witmark & Sons - 1938
  • From Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. - "Going Places"
  • A Kiss In The Dark
  • Words: B.G. De Sylva; Music: Victor Herbert
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1922
  • The Last Round-Up
  • Billy Hill
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc. - 1933
  • From - "Git Along, Little Dogie, Git Along"
  • Love In Bloom
  • Words: Leo Robi; Music: Richard Whiting and W. Franke Harling
  • New York: Famous Music Corp. - 1934
  • From the Paramount Picture - "She Loves Me Not"
  • Love Is Here To Stay
  • Words: Ira Gerswhin; Music: George Gerswhin
  • New York: Chappell & Co. Inc. - 1938
  • From the MGM Picture - "An American In Paris"
  • A Love Story: Intermezzo
  • Words: Robert Henning; Music: Heinz Provost
  • New York: Edward Schuberth & Co., Inc. - 1940
  • From the David O. Selznick Production - "Intermezzo: A Love Story"
  • Love Is The Sweetest Thing 
  • Ray Noble
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1932
  • Originally in the English film - "Say It With Music"
  • Love Thy Neighbor
  • Words: Mack Gordon; Music: Harry Revel
  • New York. De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc. - 1934
  • From the Paramount Picture - "We're Not Dressing"
  • A Melody From The Sky
  • Sidney D. Mitchell and Louis Alter
  • New York: Famous Music Corp. - 1936
  • From the Paramount Picture - "The Trail of Lonesome Pine"
  • Gotta Feelin' For You
  • Words: Jo' Trent; Music: Louis Alter
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1929
  • From MGM's - "Hollywood Revue of 1929"
  • Low Down Rhythm
  • Words: Raymond Klages; Music: Jesse Greer
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1929
  • From MGM's - "Hollywood Revue of 1929"
  • Nobody But You
  • Words: Joe Goodwin; Music: Gus Edwards
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1929
  • From MGM's - "Hollywood Revue of 1929"
  • Orange Blossom Time
  • Words: Joe Goodwin; Music: Gus Edwards
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1929
  • From MGM's - "Hollywood Revue of 1929"
  • Your Mother And Mine
  • Words: Joe Goodwin; Music: Gus Edwards
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1929
  • From MGM's - "Hollywood Revue of 1929"
  • Singin' In The Rain
  • Words: Arthur Freed; Music: Nacio Herb Brown
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1929
  • From MGM's - "Hollywood Revue of 1929"
  • Lover Come Back To Me
  • Words: Oscard Hammerstein II; Music: Sigmund Romberg
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1928
  • From the musical - "The New Moon"
  • Never On Sunday
  • Words: Billy Towne; Music: Manos Hadjidakis
  • U.A. Cinemusic, Inc. - 1960
  • From the motion picture - "Never On Sunday"
  • None But The Lonely Heart (Nur, wer die Sehnsucht kennt)
  • English Words: Arthur Westbrook; Music: Tchaikovsky; Carl Deis, arr.
  • New York. G. Schirmer, Inc. - 1934
  • From the RKO Radio picture - "Little Women"
  • Oh! Frenchy
  • Words: Sam Ehrlich; Music: Con Conrad
  • New York: Broadway Music Corporation - 1918
  • Ohne Dich Kann Ich Nicht Leben, Herrliches Mädchen!
  • Words: Ernst Neubach; Music: Hans May
  • New York: Chappell & Co. Ltd. - 1930
  • From the Richard Oswald Tobis Tonfilm - "Wein, Du Stadt der Lieder"
  • Ol' Man River
  • Words: Oscar Hammerstein II; Music: Jerome Kerm
  • New York: T.B. Harms Co. - 1927
  • From the Universal Picture - "Show Boat"
  • One Tin Soldier
  • Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter
  • Los Angeles: ABC/Dunhill Music, Inc. - 1969
  • As recorded by COVEN in the motion picture - "Billy Jack"
  • Only Forever
  • Words: Johnny Burke; Music: James V. Monaco
  • New York: Santly-Joy-Select, Inc. - 1940
  • From the Paramount Picture - "Rythm on the River"
  • Pagan Love Song
  • Words: Arthur Freed; Music: Nacio Herb Brown
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1929
  • From the MGM picture - "The Pagan"
  • Prize Of Gold
  • Words: Ned Washington; Music: Lester Lee
  • London: Victoria Music Publishing Co., Ltd. - 1954
  • From the Warwick production - released through Columbia Pictures - "Prize Of Gold"
  • Right In The Middle O' Texas
  • Words: Albert Mannheimer and Milton Merlin; Music: Ormond Ruthven
  • Loew's Inc. - 1939
  • From the MGM production - "Kid From Texas"
  • San Antonio Rose
  • Bob Wills
  • New York: Irving Berlin Inc. - 1940
  • September Song
  • Words: Maxwell Anderson; Music: Kurt Weill
  • New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc. - 1938
  • From the musical play - "Knickerbocker Holiday"
  • Sonny Boy
  • Al Jolson, B.G. Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson
  • New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc. - 1928
  • From the Warner Bros. production - "The Singing Fool"
  • Stop! You're Breakin' My Heart
  • Words: Ted Koehler; Music: Burton Lane
  • New York: Famous Music Corp. - 1937
  • From the Paramount Picture - "Artists and Models"
  • The Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi
  • Words: Byron D. Stokes; Music: F. Dudleigh Vernor
  • Chicago: Melrose Bros. Music Co., Inc. - 1927
  • There'll Be A Hot Time For The Old Men (While The Young Men Are Away)
  • Words: Grant Clarke; Music: Geo. W. Meyer
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1928
  • A Touch Of Texas
  • Words: Frank Loesser; Music: Jimmy McHugh
  • New York: Melody Lane Publications, Inc. - 1942
  • From the RKO Radio picture - "Seven Day's Leave"
  • Waltz Me Around Again Willie ('Round, 'Round, 'Round)
  • Words: Will D. Cobb; Music: Ren Shields
  • New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation - 1933
  • Tonight
  • Words: Stephen Sondheim; Music: Leonard Bernstein
  • New York: G Schirmer, Inc. and Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1957
  • From the Mirisch Pictures production - "West Side Story"
  • Maria
  • Words: Stephen Sondheim; Music: Leonard Bernstein
  • New York: G Schirmer, Inc. and Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1957
  • From the Mirisch Pictures production - "West Side Story"
  • When You're Loved
  • Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman
  • Wrather Music Publishing, Inc. (BMI) - 1977
  • From the Jack Wrather Film presentation - "The Magic of Lassie"
  • Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf?
  • Frank E. Churchill
  • New York: Irving Berlin Inc. - 1933
  • From Walt Disney - "Silly Symphony: The Three Little Pigs"
  • I Would Do Anything For You
  • Alexander Hill, Bob Williams, and Claude Hopkins
  • New York: Joe Davis, Inc. - 1932
  • Yes, My Darling Daughter
  • Jack Lawrence
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1939
  • You Light Up My Life
  • Joe Brooks
  • New York: Big Hill Music Corp. - 1976
  • From the Columbia Pictures release - "You Light Up My Life"
  • Sub-Series: Popular Music
  • Box 7:
  • Any Bonds Today?
  • Irving Berlin
  • Washington, D.C.: Henry Morgenthau Jr. - 1941
  • Theme Song of the National Defense Savings Program.
  • Anything Is Nice If It Comes From Dixieland
  • Grant Clarke, Geo. W. Meyer, and Milton Ager
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1919
  • Avalo
  • Al Jolson and Vincent Rose
  • New York & Detroit: Jerome H. Remick & Co. - 1920
  • Le Bal Martiniquais
  • Darius Milhaud
  • Los Angeles: Delkas Music Publishing Company - 1945
  • Duet for two pianos and four hands.
  • Words: Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie; Music: Lou Handman
  • New York: Stark & Cowan, Inc. - 1922
  • Boogie Woogie Piano Styles
  • Sharon Pease
  • Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, Inc. - 1940
  • Chong (He Come From Hong Kong)
  • Harold Weeks
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1919
  • Domino
  • Words: Don Raye; Music: Louis Ferrari
  • New York: Pickwick Music Corporation - 1951
  • Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)
  • Lew Brown, Charlie Tobias, and Sam H. Stept
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1942
  • Down By The Station
  • Lee Ricks and Slim Gaillard
  • New York: American Academy of Music - 1948
  • Ev'ry One Home Is Asking For You
  • Words: Gus Kahn; Music: Walter Donaldson
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co. - 1925
  • For All We Know
  • Words: Sam M. Lewis; Music: J. Fred Coots
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1934
  • George Gershwin Song Album
  • Words: Ira Gershwin; Music: George Gershwin
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1924
  • Goodbye To Rome (Arrivederci, Roma)
  • Words: Carl Sigman; Music: R. Rascel
  • New York: Reg Connelly Music, Inc. - 1955
  • Goodnight, Irene
  • Huddie Ledbetter and John Lomax
  • New York: Spencer Music Corp. - 1950
  • How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm? (After They've Seen Paree)
  • Words: Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young; Music: Walter Donaldson
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. - 1919
  • I Found You
  • L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland
  • New York: Gilbert & Friedland Inc. - 1919
  • I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome (I'm Lonesome, So Lonesome For You)
  • Kendis, Brockman & Vincent
  • New York: Leo Feist - 1919
  • I Love You
  • Ted Lewis and Larry Yoell
  • San Francisco: Pacific Music Press - 1929
  • If I Had My Way, Pretty Baby
  • Dud Mecum; Artie Matthews, arr.
  • New York: Joe Mittenthal Inc. - 1922
  • If You Love Me
  • Ray Noble
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1936
  • I'm All Alone Because I Love You
  • Joe Young
  • New York: M. Witmark & Sons - 1930
  • In The Land Of Wedding Bells
  • Words: Howard Johnson; Music: Geo. W. Meyer
  • New York: Leo Fiest, Inc. - 1917
  • Indianola: Instrumental Novelty And Fox Trot
  • S.R. Henry and D. Onivas
  • New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co. - 1917
  • It's A Lonesome Old Town (When You're Not Around)
  • Harry Tobias and Chas. Kisco
  • New York: Irving Berlin, Inc. - 1930
  • Box 8:
  • Ja-Da (Ja Da, Ja Da, Jing Jing Jing!)
  • Bob Carleton
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1918
  • Jalousie (Jealousy: Tango Tsigane)
  • Jacob Gade
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1924
  • Jamaican Rumba
  • Arthur Benjamin
  • New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. - 1938
  • Duet for two pianos and four hands.
  • Wayne King's Collection Of International Waltzes
  • Various Artists; edited and transcribed by Hugo Frey.
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation
  • Kisses (The Sweetest Kisses Of All)
  • Words: Alex Sullivan; Music: Lynn Cowan
  • New York: McCarthy & Fisher, Inc. - 1918
  • Kitten On The Keys
  • Zez Confrey
  • New York: Mills Music, Inc. - 1921
  • Let's Put Out The Lights (And Go To Sleep)
  • Herman Hupfeld
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1932
  • The Little Good For Nothing's Good For Something After All
  • Words: Lou Klein; Music: Harry Von Tilzer
  • New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co. - 1918
  • Love Sends A Little Gift Of Roses: A Ballad
  • Words: Leslie Cooke; Music: John Openshaw
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1919
  • Ma Curly-Headed Babby (Plantation Song)
  • G. H. Clutsam
  • New York: Chappell & Co., Ltd. - 1897
  • Manhattan Serenade
  • Louis Alter
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1928
  • Maybe
  • Allan Flynn and Frank Madden
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1935
  • La Mer
  • Charles Trenet
  • Paris: Raoul Breton - 1945
  • The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down
  • Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1937
  • The Monkey Of Gibralter
  • Jimmy Kennedy
  • London: B. Feldman & Co., Ltd. - 1954
  • M-O-T-H-E-R (A Word That Means The World To Me)
  • Words: Howard Johnson; Music: Theodore Morse
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1915
  • The Music Goes 'Round And Around
  • Words: "Red" Hodgson; Music: Edward Farley and Michael Riley
  • New York: Select Music Publication Inc. - 1935
  • My Melancholy Baby (Fox-Trot Ballad)
  • Words: Geo A. Norton; Music Ernie Burnett
  • New York: Joe Morris Music Co. - 1916
  • No Regrets
  • Words: Harry Tobias; Music: Roy Ingraham
  • San Francisco: Sherman, Clay & Co. - 1936
  • Now You're In My Arms
  • Allie Wrubel and Morton Downey
  • New York: Remick Music Corp. - 1931
  • Oh Say! Can I See You To-Night
  • Words: Henry Creamer and Joe Schuster; Music: Leon Faltow
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co. - 1925
  • One Minute To One
  • Words: Sam M. Lewis; Music: J. Fred Coots
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1933
  • One More Time
  • B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson
  • New York: De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc. - 1931
  • Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition 
  • Frank Loesser
  • New York: Famous Music Corporation - 1942
  • The Prisoner's Song
  • Guy Massey
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc. - 1934
  • Remember
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: Irving Berlin, Inc. - 1925
  • Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
  • Johnny Marks
  • New York: St. Nicholas Music, Inc. - 1949
  • Carson J. Robison's World's Greatest Collection of Mountain Ballads and Old Time Songs
  • Carson J. Robison
  • Chicago: M.M. Cole Publishing House - 1930
  • Rockin' Chair
  • Hoagy Carmichael
  • New York: Southern Music Pub. Co., Inc. - 1930
  • Say It Isn't So
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: Irving Berlin, Inc. - 1932
  • A Shady Tree
  • Walter Donaldson
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1927
  • Frank Sinatra's Hits On Parade
  • Various Artists
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1943
  • La Seine
  • Words: Glavien Monod and Guy LaFarge; Music:Guy LaFarge
  • Paris: Royalty Editions Musicales - 1948
  • The Sleigh (À La Russe)
  • Words: Ivor Tchervanow; Music: Richard Kountz
  • New York: G. Schirmer, Inc. - 1926
  • Song Of The Volga Boatmen (Russian Boatmen's Chant)
  • English Words: Harry Israel; Musical Transcription: Claude Lapham
  • New York: Jack Snyder Pub. Co. Inc. - 1924
  • Sunshine Alley
  • Eugene West
  • New York: Joe Mittenthal Inc. - 1922
  • The Stars And Stripes Forever!
  • John Philip Sousa; Bruce Carleton, arr.
  • Bryn Mawr, Penn.: The John Church Company - 1943
  • Sylvia
  • Words: Clinton Scollard; Music: Oley Speaks
  • New York: G. Schirmer, Inc. - 1914
  • Tell Me
  • Words: J. Will Callahan; Music: Max Kortlander
  • Chicago: Lee S. Roberts - 1919
  • Tired Of Me
  • Words: Grant Clarke; Music: Walter Donaldson
  • New York: Irving Berlin, Inc. - 1920
  • Together
  • B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson
  • New York: Dy Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc. - 1928
  • Truly
  • Words: Walter Hirsch; Music: Frank Magine
  • New York: Irving Berlin, Inc. - 1930
  • Two Sparkling Eyes (Tango)
  • English Words: Marjorie Harper; Russian Words and Music: Oskar Strock; J. Rosamond Johnson, arr.
  • New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corp. - 1933
  • Underneath The Harlem Moon
  • Words: Mack Gordon; Music: Harry Revel
  • New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc. - 1932
  • What Good Am I Without You?
  • Milton Ager
  • New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc. - 1930
  • Wait And See (You'll Want Me Back)
  • Chas. R. McCarron and Carey Morgan
  • New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co. - 1919
  • Whispering Grass (Don't Tell The Trees)
  • Words: Fred Fisher; Music: Doris Fisher
  • New York: Mills Music, Inc. - 1940
  • Sub-Series: Hebrew and Yiddish Music
  • Box 8:
  • Berceuse Sfaradite
  • P. Ben-Haim
  • Israel Music Edition - 1949
  • Dark Eyes
  • Henry LefKowitch
  • New York: Metro Music Co. - 1924
  • Du Bist Licht Fun Meine Oigen 
  • Words: Isidor Lillien; Music: Joseph Rumshisky
  • New York: Metro Music - 1937
  • As sung in Second Avenue Theatre Production of "Yossel and His Wives," by Louis Freiman. 
  • Dus Zigainer Mädel
  • Words: Molly Picon; Music: Joseph M. Rumshisky
  • New York: Second Avenue Theatre - 1925
  • From Second Avenue Theatre Production of Dus Zigainer Mädel. 
  • Eli - Eli
  • J. Kammen, arr.
  • Brooklyn, NY: J. & J.Kammen
  • Jerusalem, Jerusalem (Yerushala'im Shel Zahav)
  • English Words: Norman Newell; Hebrew Words and Music: Naomi Shemer
  • New York: Chappell & Co., LTD. / Chappell & Co., Inc. - 1967
  • Sha Sha Der Rebi Gait / Oi Is Dus A Rebezin
  • Adolf King and S. Schenker
  • New York: Saul Schenker - 1922
  • Sisu Vesimchu
  • Words: B. Thomashefsky; Music: Herman Wohl
  • New York: Thomashefsky Theatre - 1919
  • Warsaw
  • Words: N. Stutchkoff; Music: Joseph M. Rumshinsky
  • New York: Joseph M. Rumshisky - 1931
  • From Second Avenue Theatre production of Joseph Rumshinsky's operetta - "The Girl from Warsaw" 
  • Wus sol ich tin as ich hob ihm lieb.
  • Words: Molly Picon; Music: Joseph M. Rumshisky
  • New York: J. M. Rumshisky - 1925
  • As sung at Second Avenue Theatre, New York. 
  • Yiddishkeit /der Litvisher Yankee 
  • Words: Jac. Jacobs; Music: Alex. Olshanetsky
  • New York: Trio Press, Inc. - 1929
  • As sung at the National Theatre, New York. 
  • Series 3: BEULAH YANNEY MONTGOMERY SHEET MUISC COLLECTION
  • Sub-Series: Songs Of World War I
  • Box 9:
  • My Barney Lies Over The Ocean (The Way He Lied To Me)
  • Words: Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis
  • Music: Bert Grant
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. - 1919
  • The Blue Star In The Window
  • Words and Music: Albert S. Reitz
  • Inglewood, California: Reitz Publishing Company - 1918
  • The Bravest Heart Of All
  • Words: Raymond Egan
  • Music: Richard A. Whiting
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick and Company - 1917
  • The Dixie Volunteers
  • Words and Music: Edgar Leslie and Hardy Ruby
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. - 1917
  • From Valley Forge To France
  • Words and Music: Mary Earl
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Company, Inc. - 1918
  • (Good-Bye And Good Luck Be With You) Laddie Boy
  • Words: Will D. Cobb
  • Music: Gus Edwards
  • New York: The Gus Edwards Music House - 1917
  • Hello America, Hello
  • Words and Music: Geo. Fairman
  • New York: McCarthy and Fisher, Inc. - 1917
  • I'll Come Sailing Home To You (A Long Way From Broadway)
  • Words: Stanley Murphy
  • Music: Harry Carroll
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick and Company - 1917
  • I May Be Gone For A Long, Long Time
  • Words: Lew Brown
  • Music: Al. Von Tilzer
  • New York: Broadway Music Corporation - 1917
  • I'm Going To Follow The Boys
  • Words: Howard Rogers
  • Music: James V. Monaco
  • New York: M. Witmark and Sons - 1917
  • It’s A Long Way To Berlin, But We'll Get There
  • Words: Arthur Fields
  • Music: Leon Flatow
  • New York: Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1917
  • Joan of Arc, They Are Calling You
  • Words: Alfred Bryan and Willie Weston
  • Music: Jack Wells
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. - 1917
  • The Kaiser's Pants Afire
  • Words: W. J. Irving
  • Music: W. L. Schaub
  • Webster City, Iowa: Published by Irving and Schaub - 1918
  • Keep The Home Fires Burning ('Til The Boys Come Home)
  • Words: Lena Guilbert Ford
  • Music: Ivor Novello
  • New York: Chappell and Company, Ltd. - 1914
  • Lorraine (My Beautiful Alsace Lorraine)
  • Words: Alfred Bryan
  • Music: Fred Fisher
  • New York: McCarthy and Fisher, Inc. - 1917
  • Oh! Frenchy
  • Words: Sam Ehrlich
  • Music: Con Conrad
  • New York: Broadway Muisc Corporation - 1918
  • Over The Top
  • Words: Alfred Bryan
  • Music: Pete Wendling and Jack Wells
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. - 1917
  • Please Touch My Daddy's Star Again And Change It Back To Blue
  • Words: Marion Phleps
  • Music: Clarence Brandon
  • St. Louis: Buck and Lowney Publishing - 1918
  • Say A Prayer For The Boys Out There
  • Words: Bernie Grossman
  • Music: Alex Marr
  • New York: The Joe Morris Music Company - 1917
  • Send Me A Curl
  • Words and Music: Geoffrey O'Hare
  • New York: Huntzinger and Dilworth - 1917
  • Send Me Away With A Smile
  • Words and Music: Louis Weslyn and Al. Piantadosi
  • New York: Al. Piantadosi and Company, Inc. - 1917
  • So Long, Mother (Al Jolson's Mother Song)
  • Words: Raymond Egan and Gus Kahn
  • Music: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick and Company - 1917
  • So Long Sammy
  • Words: Benny Davis and Jack Yellen
  • Music: Albert Gumble
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick and Company - 1917
  • Somewhere In France (Is The Lilly)
  • Words: Philander Johnson
  • Music: Jos. E. Howard
  • New York: M. Witmark and Sons - 1917
  • The Spirit Of The U.S.A. (L 'Esprit des Etats-Unis)
  • Translated by Louis La Pierre
  • Emil Edouard, Paris
  • American arr. by Chas. Miller
  • Publishers: Murray and Bryan - 1918
  • Three Wonderful Letters From Home
  • Words: Joe Goodwin and Ballard MacDonald
  • Music: James F. Hanley
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Company, Inc. - 1918
  • Wee, Wee, Marie (Will You Do Zis For Me)
  • Words: Alfred Bryan and Joe McCarthy
  • Music: Fred Fisher
  • New York: McCarthy and Fisher, Inc. - 1918
  • What Are You Going To Do To Help The Boys?
  • Words: Gus Kahn
  • Music: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick and Company - 1918
  • When We Reach That Old Port Somewhere In France
  • Words: Al Selden
  • Music: Sam H. Stept
  • New York: A. J. Stansy Music Company - 1917
  • Who'll Love You While I'm Gone
  • Words and Music: Maceo Pinkard
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Company, Inc. - 1918
  • Sub-Series: Songs Of The American South
  • Box 9:
  • Carolina Mammy
  • Words and Music: Billy James
  • New York: Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1917
  • Home Again With You (Back Among The Home Folks)
  • Poem: Virginia K. Logan
  • Music: Frederic Knight Logan
  • Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, Inc. - 1919
  • I'm All Bound 'Round With The Mason Dixon Line
  • Words: Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young
  • Music: Jean Schwartz
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Co. - 1917
  • Is It True What They Say About Dixie?
  • Words and Music: Irving Caesar, Sammy Lerner, and Gerald Marks
  • New York: Irving Caesar, Inc. - 1936
  • Mother, Dixie And You
  • Words and Music: Howard Johnson and Joe Santly
  • New York: Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1918
  • Sub-Series: Theater Muisc
  • Box 9:
  • Broadway Blues
  • Words: J. Brandon Walsh
  • Music: Terry Sherman
  • Chicago: Will Rossiter - 1915
  • Origianlly introduced in vaudeville by Sophie Tucker.
  • The Gypsy
  • Words and Music: Billy Reid
  • New York: Leeds Music Corporation - 1955
  • I'll Build A Stairway To Paradise
  • Words: B. G. De Sylva and Arthur Francis
  • Music: George Gershwin
  • From the George White production - "Scandals"
  • New York: Harms, Inc. - 1922
  • I'm The Brother Of Lily Of The Valley
  • Words and Music: L. Wolfe Gilbert, Anatol Friedland, and Henry Lewis
  • New York: Gilbert and Friedland Music Publishers - 1918
  • Strange Music
  • Words and Music: Robert Wright and George Forrest
  • New York: Chappell and Coompany, Inc. - 1944
  • From the Broadway production - "Song of Norway"
  • You're A Dangerous Girl
  • Words: Grant Clarke
  • Music: Jimmie V. Monaco
  • New York: Leo. Fiest, Inc. - 1916
  • Sub-Series: Film Music
  • Box 9:
  • Anna (El N. Zumbon)
  • English Lyric: William Engvick
  • Original Latin Lyric: F. Giordano
  • Muisc: R. Vatro
  • New York: Hollis Music, Inc. - 1953
  • From the Lux Film Production - "Anna" - 1952
  • Always In My Heart
  • Words: Kim Gannon
  • Music: Ernesto Lecuona
  • New York: Remick Music Corporation - 1942
  • From the Warner Bros. Picture - "Always In My Heart"
  • As Long As I Live
  • Words: Max Steiner
  • Music: Charlie Tobias
  • New York: M. Witmark and Sons - 1944
  • From the Warner Bros. Picture - "Saratoga Trunk"
  • But Beautiful
  • Words: Johnny Burke
  • Music: James Van Heusen
  • New York: Burke and Van Heusen, Inc. - 1947
  • As sung by Bing Crosby in the Paramount Picture - "Road To Rio"
  • Cuanto Le Gusta (La Parranda)
  • Words: Ray Gilbert
  • Music: Gabriel Ruiz
  • New York: Peer International Corporation - 1948
  • From the MGM Production - "A Date With Judy"
  • I Had The Craziest Dream
  • Words: Mack Gordon
  • Music: Harry Warren
  • New York: Twentieth Century Music Corporation - 1942
  • From the 20th Century-Fox Picture - "Springtime In The Rockies"
  • I'm Glad I Waited For You
  • Words: Sammy Carn
  • Music: Jule Styne
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Company, Inc. - 1945
  • From the Columbia Picture - "Tars and Spars"
  • I Said My Pajamas (And Put On My Pray'rs)
  • Words and Music: Eddie Pola and George Wyle
  • New York: Leeds Music Corporation - 1950
  • I Wish I Didn't Have You So
  • Words and Music: Frank Loesser
  • New York: Famous Music Corporation - 1947
  • From the Paramount Picture - "The Perils of Pauline"
  • I've Got A Gal In Kalamazoo
  • Words: Mack Gordon
  • Music: Harry Warren
  • New York: Twentieth Century Music Corporation - 1942
  • From the 20th Century-Fox Picture - "Orchestra Wives"
  • (I Got Spurs) Jingle Jangle Jingle
  • Words: Frank Loesser
  • Music: Joseph J. Lilley
  • New York: Paramount Music Corporation - 1942
  • From the Paramount Picture - "The Forest Rangers"
  • Mickey
  • Words: Harry Williams
  • Music: Neil Moret
  • San Francisco: Daniels and Wilson, Inc. - 1918
  • Mickey
  • Words: Harry Williams
  • Music: Neil Moret
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Company, Inc. - 1919
  • More And More
  • Words: E. Y. Harburg
  • Music: Jerome Kern
  • New York: T. B. Harms Company - 1944
  • From the Universal Picture - "Can't Help Singing"
  • Sweet And Lovely
  • Words and Music: Gus Arnheim, Harry Tobias, and Jules Lemare
  • New York: Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1932
  • From the MGM Picture - "Two Girls and a Sailor"
  • The More I See You
  • Words: Mack Gordon
  • Music: Harry Warren
  • New York: Twentieth Music Corporation - 1945
  • From the 20th Century-Fox Picture - "Diamond Horseshoe"
  • This Heart OF Mine
  • Words: Arthur Freed
  • Music: Harry Warren
  • New York: Triangle Music Corporation - 1944
  • From the MGM Musical - "Ziegfeld Follies"
  • This Is Always
  • Words: Mack Gordon
  • Music: Harry Warren
  • New York: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc. - 1946
  • From the 20th Century-Fox Musical - "Three Little Girls in Blue"
  • To Each His Own
  • Words and Music: Jay Livingston and Ray Lewis
  • New York: Paramount Music Corporation - 1946
  • Inspired by the Paramount Picture - "To Each His Own"
  • You Keep Coming Back Like A Song
  • Words and Music: Irving Berlin
  • New York: Irving Berlin Music Corporation - 1945
  • From the Paramount Picture - "Blue Skies"
  • Together
  • Words and Music: B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson
  • New York: Crawford Music Corporation - 1944
  • Featured in the David O. Selznick Production - "Since You Went Away"
  • Tomorrow Is Forever
  • Words: Charlie Tobias
  • Music: Max Steiner
  • New York: Advanced Music Corporation - 1945
  • From the International Picture - "Tomorrow Is Forever"
  • The Trolley Song
  • Words and Muisc: Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane
  • New York: Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1944
  • From the MGM Picture - "Meet Me In St. Louis"
  • Sub-Series: Music for Piano
  • Box 9:
  • Arpeggios, Triads, and Seventh Chords
  • Compiled by Esther Abrams
  • New York: Century Music House - 1944
  • Classical and Modern Works for the Piano: Series Two
  • Beethoven's "Farewell to the Piano" - His Last Compostion
  • New York: Century Music Publishing Company
  • Compositions for Piano and Organ
  • "To A Wild Rose" - Op. 51, No. 1
  • Edward MacDowell
  • Boston: The Arthur P. Schmidt Company - 1946
  • Concert Numbers For Piano: Series Three
  • "Carolling of the Birds" - Op. 156 by Georges Micheuz
  • Edited by M. Greenwald
  • New York: Century Music Publishing Company - 1908
  • ETUDE: Op. 22, No. 1
  • H. A. Wollenhaupt
  • Revised by Irving Burdick
  • New York: Century Music Publishing Company - 1906
  • Famous Melodies For The Piano
  • "Falling Waters" by J. L. Truax
  • Edited by William Conrad
  • Hartford, Conn: C. C. Church and Company
  • Loeschhorn: Studies for the Piano
  • A. Loeschhorn
  • Schimer's Library of Musical Classics
  • New York: G. Schimer, Inc.
  • J. Concone: Op. 31 - 15 Etudes de Style for Piano
  • Carl Fischer's Music Library
  • New York: Carl Fischer, Inc.
  • The Sandman's Song - Piano Solo
  • Richard Bruce
  • Bernard Wagness Piano Series
  • Philadelphia, PA: Oliver Ditson Company - 1940
  • Standard and Modern Works for the Piano
  • "Sounds from the Ringing Rocks" by Frank Walters, Op. 12
  • New York: Century Music Company - 1909
  • Tales From The Vienna Woods - Piano Solo
  • Johann Strauss
  • Arr. by Moissaye Boguslawski
  • Chicago: Modern Publications - 1940
  • Piano Voluntaries: Preludes, Offertories, and Postludes
  • Philadelphia, PA: Theodore Presser Company - 1927
  • The Piano Writings Of Mrs. Crosby Adams
  • "Barcarolle" by Mrs. Crosby Adams - Op. 2, No. 4
  • Chicago: Clayton F. Sunny Company - 1897
  • Shooting Stars - For The Pianoforte
  • Walter Rolfe
  • Philadelphia, PA: Theodore Presser Company - 1926
  • A Song Of Spring
  • Leo Friedman
  • Chicago: McKinley Music Company - 1926
  • Shower Of Stars - Pluie D'Etoiles
  • Paul Wachs
  • Philadelphia, PA: Theodore Presser Company - 1903
  • The Wayside Chapel-Reverie
  • Greenville Dean Wilson, Op. 42
  • Chicago: McKinley Music Company
  • The Wood Nymph's Harp
  • Florence P. Rea
  • New York: Clayton F. Summy Company - 1921
  • Sub-Series: Miscellaneous
  • Box 9:
  • Beginner's Boogie Woogie
  • Bernard Whitefield
  • Boston: Boston Music Company - 1953
  • Fantaisie Pastorale
  • J. B. Singelee - Op. 56
  • London, Brussels, Paris: Schott
  • My Great, Great, Grandfather
  • Words and Music: Edna Fischer and Al Garman
  • Hollywood, CA: Hollywood Music Sales - 1942
  • On Iowa
  • Words and Music: W. D. Law
  • Chicago: Harold Rossiter Music Company - 1919
  • Opera Gems - Volume 1
  • New York: Leo Feist
  • Silver Stars (Mazurka)
  • Carl Bohm
  • New York: Belwin, Inc.
  • The Star Spangled Banner
  • Words: Francis Scott Key
  • Music: John Stafford Smith
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1941
  • The Stars And Stripes Forever!
  • John Philip Sousa
  • Philadelphia, PA: The John Church Company - 1897
  • Where Do They Go When They Row, Row, Row Three Miles Away From Shore
  • Words: Bert Kalmar and Geo. Jessel
  • Music: Harry Ruby
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Company - 1920
  • Sub-Series: Popular Music
  • Box 10:
  • After A While
  • Words: Edward Madden
  • Music: Percy Wenrich
  • New York: Jerome H. Remmick and Company - 1912
  • All For The Love Of Mike
  • Words and Music: Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson, and Harry Tobias
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1922
  • All My Life
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: Irving Berlin Music Company - 1944
  • An Arcadian Lullaby
  • Words and Music: C. W. Krogmann
  • New York: The B. F. Wood Music Company - 1909
  • Atta Baby
  • Words: William Tracey
  • Music: Halsey K. Mohr
  • New York: Goodman and Rose, Inc. - 1922
  • Boy Scouts On Parade
  • Elizabeth Blackburn Martin
  • Boston, MA: The Boston Music Company - 1930
  • By The Waters Of Minnetonka (An Indian Love Song)
  • Thurlow Lieurance
  • Philadelphia, PA: Theodore Presser Company - 1915
  • Cherry Blossom
  • Words: Gus Kahn
  • Music: Harry Raymond
  • New York: Jerome H. Remmick and Company - 1917
  • Chimes Of The Holy Night: A Christmas Cantata For Mixed Voices
  • Text: Herman Von Berge
  • Music: Fred B. Holton
  • New York: Lorenz Publishing Company - 1926
  • Come To The Mardi Gras
  • Words: Ervin Drake and Jimmy Shirl
  • Music: Max Bulhoes and Milton De Oliveira
  • New York: Southern Music Publishing Company, Inc. - 1937
  • Country Gardens
  • Transcription by Hugo Frey
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1939
  • Don't Be Cross With Me
  • Words: Haven Gillespie
  • Music: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • New York: Van Alstyne and Curtis Music Publishers - 1920
  • Don't Bite The Hand That's Feeding You
  • Words: Thomas Hoier
  • Music: Jimmie Morgan
  • New York: Leo Feist, Inc. - 1915
  • Ferry-Boat Serenade
  • Words: Harold Adamson
  • Music: E. Di Lazzaro
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1940
  • Heartaches
  • Words: John Klenner
  • Music: Al Hoffman
  • New York: Leeds Music Corporation - 1942
  • Honey Man (My Little Lovin' Honey Man)
  • Words: Joe McCarthy
  • Music: Al. Piantadosi
  • New York: Leo. Feist - 1911
  • I Believe In Fairies
  • Words: Howard McKent Barnes and Whitney Collins
  • Music: Harry L. Alford
  • New York: F. J. A. Forster Music Company - 1920
  • I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
  • Words and Music: Clarence Gaskill and Jimmy McHugh
  • New York: Mills Music, Inc. - 1926
  • If You've Never Been To Dreamland, You've Never Been In Love
  • Words: Roger Graham and Marvin Lee
  • Music: May Hill
  • New York: Frank K. Root and Company - 1917
  • I'll Sing You A Thousand Love Songs
  • Words: Al Dubin
  • Music: Harry Warren
  • New York: Remick Music Corporation - 1936
  • I Love Somebody - And Somebody Knows
  • Words and Music: Harry Von Tilzer
  • New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Company - 1915
  • Imogene
  • Marjorey Anderson
  • Perry, Iowa - 1930
  • In The Garden Of My Memory
  • Words: Beth Slater Whitson
  • Music: Harry I. Robinson
  • Chicago: Will Rossiter - 1912
  • In The Harbor Of Home Sweet Home
  • Words: C. M. Denison
  • Music: A. J. Holmes
  • Middletown, NY: Holmes Music Company - 1910
  • In The Land Of Beginning Again
  • Words: Grant Clarke
  • Music: George W. Meyer
  • New York: Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1918
  • Into Roses I Breathe Love For You
  • John G. Winter
  • Des Moines, IA: John G. Winter, Publisher - 1918
  • Ish Ga-Bibble (I Should Worry)
  • Words: Sam M. Lewis
  • Music: Geo. W. Meyer
  • New York: Geo. W. Meyer Music Company - 1913
  • Ja-Da
  • Words and Music: Bob Carlton
  • New York: Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1918
  • Johnson Rag
  • Words: Jack Lawrence
  • Music: Guy Hall and Henry Kleinkauf
  • New York: Miller Music Corporation - 1945
  • Just A Prayer Away
  • Words: Charles Tobias
  • Music: David Kapp
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Company, Inc. - 1954
  • Just As The Ship Went Down
  • Words: Edith Maida Lessing
  • Music: Gibson and Adler
  • Chicago: Harold Rossiter Music Company - 1912
  • Kid Days
  • Words: Jesse Glick
  • Music: Irving Wilson
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Company - 1919
  • Leave Me With A Smile
  • Words and Music: Chas. Koehler and Earl Burtnett
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Company - 1921
  • A Little On The Lonely Side
  • Words and Music: Dick Robertson, James Cavanaugh, and Frank Weldon
  • New York: Advanced Music Corporation - 1954
  • Little Sunshine
  • Words and Music: Frank C. Huston
  • Chicago: The Baldwin Piano Company - 1941
  • Love's Melody (Concerto B-Minor: Tschaikowsky)
  • Words: Carolyn Merrill
  • Music: P. I. Tschaikowsky
  • Chicago: Calumet Music Company - 1941
  • Make-Believe Island
  • Words: Nick Kenny and Charles Kenny
  • Music: Will Grosz
  • New York: Miller Music, Inc. - 1940
  • Margie
  • Words: Benny Davis
  • Music: Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Company - 1920
  • Melody In F
  • Arrangement: Jim Smock
  • Words: Jerry Castillo
  • Music: Anton Rubinstein
  • Chicago: Calumet Music Company - 1935
  • Meet Me At The Station, Dear
  • Words: Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young
  • Music: Ted Snyder
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Company - 1917
  • Meet Me At Twilight
  • Words and Music: Sydney P. Harris
  • New York: The Sydney P. Harris Company - 1914
  • Me-Ow
  • Words: Harry D. Kerr
  • Music: Mel B. Kaufman
  • Cleaveland: Sam Fox Publishing Company - 1919
  • Mummy Mine
  • Words: Richard Coburn
  • Music: Vincent Rose
  • San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, and Company - 1918
  • My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time
  • Words: Mann Curtis
  • Music: Vic Mizzy
  • New York: Santly-Joy, Inc. - 1944
  • My Little Persian Rose
  • Words: Edgar Allen Woolf
  • Music: Anatol Friedland
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick and Company - 1912
  • My Rose Marie
  • Words and Music: James A MacElwee
  • Hartford, Conn: C. C. Church and Company - 1918
  • My Sunshine Lady
  • Words: Howard Mckent Barnes and Whitney Collins
  • Music: Harry L. Alford
  • Chicago: F. J. A. Forster Music Company - 1920
  • My Sunshine Rose
  • Words: Jean Lefavre
  • Music: W. C. Polla
  • Hartford, Conn: C. C. Church and Company - 1920
  • The New Mama
  • Words: Mrs. W. H. Fisher
  • Music: Henry S. Sawyer
  • Chicago: Popular Music Publishing Company - 1907
  • O'Brien Is Tryin' To Learn To Talk Hawaiian
  • Words: Al Dubin
  • Music: Rennie Cormack
  • New York: M. Witmark and Sons - 1916
  • Ocean By Moonlight
  • Words and Music: Claude S. Haven
  • Chicago: McKinley Music Company
  • Oh Mr. Dream Man (Please Let Me Dream Some More)
  • Words and Music: Jimmie V. Monaco
  • New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Company - 1911
  • Oh! What It Seemed To Be
  • Words and Music: Bennie Benjamin, George Weiss, and Frankie Carle
  • New York: Santly-Joy, Inc. - 1945
  • Oh You Spearmint Kiddo With The Wrigley Eyes
  • Words: William Jerome
  • Music: Jean Schwartz
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick and Company - 1910
  • Paddle-Addle (In Your Little Canoe)
  • Words: Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young
  • Music: Ted Snyder
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin, and Snyder Company - 1917
  • Put On Your Slippers And Fill Up Your Pipe (You're Not Going Bye-Bye Tonight)
  • Words: Ed P. Moran and Will A. Heelan
  • Music: Albert Von Tilzer
  • New York: Broadway Music Corporation - 1916
  • Remember Mother's Day
  • Words: Ben Ryan
  • Music: Harry Akst and Solly Violinsky
  • New York: Sam Fox Publishing Company - 1958
  • Silver Sands Of Love (Naughty Hawaii)
  • Words: Jack Jellen and Alma Sanders
  • Music: Monte Carlo and Louis Breau
  • Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, Inc. - 1921
  • Somebody Else Is Taking My Place
  • Words and Music: Dick Howard, Bob Ellsworth, and Russ Morgan
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Company, Inc. - 1937
  • Some Sunday Morning
  • Words: Gus Kahn and Raymond Egan
  • Music: Richard A. Whiting
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick and Company - 1917
  • Some Sunny Day
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers - 1921
  • Stairway To The Stars
  • Words: Mitchell Parish
  • Music: Matt Malneck and Frank Signorelli
  • New York: Robbins Music Corporation - 1939
  • The Stars Will Remember (So Will I)
  • Words and Music: Don Pelosi and Leo Towers
  • New York: Harms Incorporated - 1957
  • A Sunday Kind Of Love
  • Words and Music: Barbara Belle, Anita Leonard, Stan Rhodes, and Louis Prima
  • New York: The Peter Maurice Music Company Ltd. - 1946
  • Sunshine And Roses
  • Words: Gus Kahn
  • Music: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick and Company - 1913
  • Sweet Emalina, My Gal
  • Words and Music: Creamer and Layton
  • New York: Broadway Musics Corporation - 1917
  • The Sweetest Girl In Monterey
  • Words: Alfred Bryan
  • Music: Herman Paley
  • New York: Jerome H. Remick and Company - 1915
  • Tears (of Love)
  • Words: Frank H. Warren
  • Music: S. R. Henry
  • New York: Jos. W. Stern and Company - 1918
  • There Must Be A Way
  • Words and Music: Sammy Gallop, David Saxon, and Robert Cook
  • New York: Stevens Music Corporation - 1945
  • There's No You
  • Words: Tom Adair
  • Music: Hal Hopper
  • New York: Barton Music Corporation - 1944
  • This Is The Life
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Company - 1914
  • Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo'Bye!)
  • Words and Music: Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, and Dan Russo
  • New York: Leo. Feist, Inc. - 1922
  • Waiting
  • Words and Music: Harold Lawrence, Jay Milton, and Carl Ravazza
  • New York: Broadcast Music, Inc. - 1944
  • Waiting And Longing For You
  • Words: Bob Sears
  • Music: Walter Wilson
  • New York: Harold Rossiter Music Company - 1912
  • The Wang Wang Blues
  • Words: Leo Wood
  • Music: Gus Mueller, Buster Johnson, and Henry Busse
  • New York: Miller Music Corporation - 1949
  • When The Circus Came To Town
  • Words and Music: Jimmy Eaton, Terry Shand, and Julian Kay
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Company, Inc. - 1938
  • When The Parsons Hands The Wedding Band From Me To Mandy Lee
  • Words: Bernie Grossman
  • Music: Arthur Lange
  • New York: Joe Morris Music Company - 1917
  • When You Play With The Heart Of A Girl
  • Words: Geo. A. Little
  • Music: Albert Von Tilzer
  • New York: Broadway Muisc Corporation - 1917
  • When Twilight Comes
  • Words: N. S. Carter
  • Music: Tom Lanahan
  • Indianapolis: The Seidel Music Publishing Company - 1913
  • When You Wore A Pinafore
  • Words: Edward Madden
  • Music: Theodore Morse
  • New York: F. B. Haviland Publishing Company - 1908
  • Whose Little Heart Are You Breaking Now?
  • Irving Berlin
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Company - 1917
  • Yaddie Kaddie Kiddie Kaddie Koo
  • Words: Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young
  • Music: Geo. W. Meyer
  • New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Company - 1916
  • You Darlin'
  • Harry Woods
  • New York: Irving Berlin, Inc. - 1930
  • Your Some Pretty Doll
  • Words and Music: Clarence Williams
  • New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Company - 1917
  • You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart)
  • Words and Music: Freddy James and Larry Stock
  • New York: Mutual Music Society, Inc. - 1945
  • Sub-Series: Miscellaneous Popular Music: Part 1
  • Box 10:
  • The Shepherds And The Inn - Oscar Avery, Harvey Gaul
  • Humoreske In D - Franz C. Bornschein, Tor Aulin
  • German Dance - W. A. Mozart, Angel del Busto
  • Santa Claus In Town - William O. Munn
  • Old English Carol - Ada Richter
  • Merry Christmas Bells - Ada Richter
  • O Jesus, Flower Of Jesse’s Rod - Staines Franklin, Alfred Whitehead
  • Kings From A Far Land - Alfred Whitehead
  • Shepherds In Betlehem - Staines Franklin, Alfred Whitehead
  • Sleep, Dear Little One - Staines Franklin, Alfred Whitehead
  • Winter Frolic - Ernest M. Ibbotson
  • Sonata XVII, In A Major - Domenico Scarlatti
  • Autumn Night - Forest M. Shumaker
  • Woodland Waterfall - Gerald F. Frazee
  • Paso Amoroso - Guiseppe Stabile
  • Twelve O’Clock Waltz - Stanford King
  • Poetic Fragment (Primo And Secondo) - Franz Liszt
  • Lo, How A Rose E’er Blooming - Ralph E. Marryott - 1949
  • Dance Of The Iris - Sarah Ball Brouwers
  • Mazurka - Fr. Chopin, Op. 33, No. 1.
  • Ecstasy - Thomas Peluso
  • Knowest Thou The Land - Ambroise Thomas, Henry Levine
  • Harp Sounds At Eventide - Louise Frank
  • Dancing In A Dream - Stanford King
  • El Capitan - John Philip Sousa, Henry Levine
  • Minuet A L’antico - W. C. E. Seeboeck
  • Rock Of Ages (Primo And Secondo) - Thomas Hastings, Clarence Kohlmann
  • Carnival Days - Forest M. Shumaker
  • The Strife Is O’er - H. Alexander Matthews
  • Flower Maidens - Cecil Burleigh, Op. 69, No. 2
  • Wood Of The Cross - Blanche Douglas Byles
  • A Joyous Easter Song - Rob Roy Peery
  • Bunny Rabbit Beans - Ada Richter
  • Sandy’s Lullaby - Fanny G. Eckhardt
  • Jolly Little Brownies - William Scher - 1949
  • In Old Arizona - Stanford King
  • Morceau Characteristique - H. A. Wollenhaupt, Op. 22, No. 1
  • Cradle Song - Alexander Mac Fayden
  • Little Admiral - Robert A. Hellard
  • Jesus Shall Reign - John Hatton, Clarence Kohlmann
  • Scottish Song - Margaret Wigham
  • Swinging In The Hammock - Harold Locke
  • The Lorelei - Friedrich Silcher, Karl Rissland
  • Come, Weary Soul - Donald Lee More
  • Scherzo (From Serenade No. 7) - W. A. Mozart, Edwin Arthur Kraft
  • Sailing Out To Sea (Primo And Secondo) - Sarah Louise Dittenhaver
  • Here Comes The Parade (Primo And Secondo) - Ella Ketterer
  • Pretty Little Daisy - Muriel Lewis
  • Stepping Stone - Marion R. Black
  • Romanze - W. A. Mozart, Rob Roy Peery
  • The Village Green - Alexander Bennett - 1943
  • June Blossoms - Joseph M. Hopkins
  • Theme From “Les Préludes” - Franz Liszt, Henry Levine
  • Morning Mood (Morgenstimmmung) - Edvard Grieg, Opp. 46, No. 1
  • Vienna Life - Johann Strauss, Op. 354; Arr. by Stanford King
  • Legend Of The Waters - Frank Grey
  • From Crinoline Days - O. Scheldrup Oberg
  • Weeping Willow - Myra Adler
  • Commencement Day March - C. C. Crammond, Op. 138
  • Thy Will Be Done - Charles Gilbert Spross
  • Jesus Calls Us, O’er The Tumult - H. Alexander Matthews
  • A Visit To Grandpa’s - Gayle Ingraham Smith
  • The Organ Grinder - Louise E. Stairs
  • Betty’s Serenade - Frances M. Light
  • Tomboy Tim - Renée Miles
  • To A Dwarf - William Scher - 1943-1947
  • Sarabande - J. S. Bach
  • Bourrée I - J. S. Bach
  • Bourrée II - J. S. Bach
  • By A Crystal Fountain - Stanford King
  • Dream Waltz - Joseph M. Hopkins
  • On Parade - Mortimer Browning
  • A Rhumba Serenade - George Frederick McKay
  • Deck The Hall - Ada Richter
  • Little Russian Dance - W. E. Robinson
  • The Balloon Man - Everett Stevens
  • The Drum Major - Everett Stevens
  • Told At Twilight - Elizabeth Hopson
  • Nowell We Sing - Donald E. Sellew - 1949
  • Azalea Trail - Muriel Lewis
  • Love Whispers - Frank Grey
  • Romanze W. A. Mozart
  • Barcarolle (From The Tales Of Hoffman) - Jacques Offenbach, Henry Levine
  • Long Ago In Old Vienna - Ralph Federer
  • Cherry Blossoms - Haroold Wansborough
  • The Graceful Swan - O. Scheldrup Oberg
  • Mimi - Charles E. Overholt
  • Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Secondo) - Johannes Brahms
  • He Cares For Me - J. E. Roberts
  • Summer Night - F. A. Franklin, Op. 40, No. 2; Theodore Presser Company - 1948
  • Flitting Butterflies - Lewis Brown
  • Sea Gulls - Margery McHale, Theodore Presser Company - 1943
  • Crimson Carnations - Milo Stevens
  • Under The Linden Tree - Franz Schubert, Guy Maier
  • Polonaise - Fr. Chopin, Op. 26, No. 1
  • Theme From Piano Concerto In B-Flat Minor - P.I. Tschaikowsky, Henry Levine
  • Nautch Dancer - Walter O’Donnell
  • A Southern Air - N. Louise Wright
  • Salute To The Colors (Primo And Secondo) - Bert R. Anthony
  • Sweet Hour Of Prayer - William B. Bradbury, Ada Richter
  • The Summer Days Are Come Again - George Blake
  • About Frogs - Cecil Burleigh, Op. 69, No. 3
  • Sarabande (From The Second English Suite) - Johann Sebastian Bach, Edwin Arthur Kraft
  • Drifting Along - Cleo Allen Hibbs
  • The Dancing Elf - J. J. Thomas
  • Dress Parade - Anna Christensen
  • Riding Down The Trail - Anne Robinson
  • Un Fragment De Mendelssohn - C.A. Caspar
  • Prelude – Violin And Piano - F. Chopin Op. 28, No. 7; Thurlow Lieurance
  • The Tin Soldier - David D. Slater, Op. 98, No. 11
  • Twilight Reverie - Geo. Noyes Rockwell, Theodore Presser Company - 1949
  • Dusk Dreams - Joseph M. Hopkins
  • Song Of The North - James Francis Cooke
  • Au Matin - Benjamin Godard, Op. 83
  • Chimes At Christmas - M. Greenwald
  • Hearts Desire - Frank Grey
  • Wanderlust - O. Scheldrup Oberg
  • March Of The Shepherds - Cyrus S. Mallard
  • Largo, From Sonata III - G. F. Handel
  • Christmas Fantasy - Clarence Kohlmann
  • Star Divine - André Vaneuf
  • It Came Upon The Midnight Clear - H. Alexander Matthews
  • Hallelujah Chorus (Primo And Secondo, From “The Messiah”) - Handel; Arr. by Ruth Bampton.
  • I Saw Three Ships (Primo) - Ada Richter
  • Away In A Manger - Ada Richter
  • A Fairy Tale - Ella Ketterer
  • Merry Elves - Anna Christina Risher
  • Dance Of The Paper Dolls - Theodore Presser Company - 1948
  • A Frolic In May - O. Scheldrup Oberg
  • Gavotte (From “Iphigenia In Aulis) - C. W. Von Gluck; Trans. by Johannes Brahms
  • Spring In Old Vienna - Ralph Federer
  • Spring Idyl - Harold Locke
  • Danse Villageoise - A. Gretchaninoff, Op. 173, No. 3
  • Spring Fancies - Robert A. Hellard
  • The Swan - Ella Ketterer
  • Out In The Fields With God - Roy Newman
  • 2nd Movement From “Concertino on Familiar Tunes” - Stanley R. Avery
  • Evening Shadows - Cyrus S. Mallard
  • Cavatina - J. Raff
  • Bobolink Sings A Song - Louise E. Stairs
  • Melody From Polonaise - Frewderic Chopin, Op. 53; Arr. by William Priestley
  • Under The Maple Tree - Bruce Carleton, Theodore Presser Company - 1947
  • Sentimental Interlude - Elle Fenstock
  • Dance Caprice - Edvard Grieg, Op. 28, No. 3
  • Theme From Piano Concerto In D Minor - W. A. Mozart; Arr. by Henry Levine
  • Morning On The Lake - Benjamin Frederick Rungee
  • Purple Asters - William Baines
  • Dance Of The Sprites - Joseph M. Hopkins
  • Shores Of Waikiki - Vernon Lane
  • Vision - Olive Dungan
  • Flight - Muriel Lewis
  • Sunday Morning In The Mountains - Rudolph Ganz; Arr. by Chester Nordman
  • Military Polonaise (Primo And Secondo) - Frederic Chopin; Arr. by Ruth Bampton
  • Parade Of The Tin Soldiers - Sidney Forrest
  • Dainty Buttercup - J. J. Thomas
  • In Chinatown - William Scher, Theodore Presser Company - 1947
  • Imogene - Marjorey Anderson
  • The Etude Music Magazine - Theodore Presser Cover with sheet music content: - 1948
  • --In Quiet Pastures - Byron Coleman
  • --Valse - Fr. Chopin, Op. 70, No. 2
  • --Romance - Henry Wieniawski; Arr. Henry Levine
  • --Carnival Echoes - Walter O’Donnell
  • --Ballet Mignon - James Francis Cooke
  • --Chimes At Paraná - Olive Dungan
  • --In the Gay Nineties - Ralph Federer
  • --When Morning Gilds The Skies (Primo And Secondo) - Joseph Barnby; Arr. Clarence Kohlmann
  • --I Bring You Roses - May F. Lawrence
  • --Hark, A Voice Saith, All Are Mortal! - Johann Sebastian Bach; Edited by Edwin Arthur Kraft
  • --Bourrée In G - G. F. Handel; Arr. by Karl Rissland
  • --Top Sergeant - Leopold W. Rovenger
  • --Hushaby - J. J. Thomas
  • --American Patrol - F. W. Meacham; Arr. by Ada Richter
  • --On A Summer’s Morning - Cedric W. Lemont
  • Little Fugue Nicolas Miakovsky, Op. 43, No. 2; Edited by Denes Agay
  • Glory To God (A Choral Prelude) - N. Louise Wright
  • Allegretto (First Part) - Ludwig van Beethoven. Op. 59, No. 2; Arr. by Henry Levine
  • Andante From String Quartet In A Minor - Franz Schubert, Op. 29.; Arr. by Henry Levine
  • Scherzo - N. Louise Wright
  • Buggy Ride - W. E. Robinson
  • Not Sad, But Glad - Berniece Rose Copeland
  • Polonaise (Primo And Secondo) - Fr. Chopin, Op. 61, No. 1
  • I See His Blood Upon The Rose - Frederick Werle
  • At Dawning (I Love You) - Charles Wakefield Cadman. Op. 29, No. 1
  • Two Chorale Preludes Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer.
  • Keep In Step! - Ralph Milligan
  • Pygmies At Play - William Scher
  • The Ice Cream Man - Anne Robinson
  • Out For A Stroll - George Anson
  • Comes The Night - Everett Stevens
  • Love’s Tender Missive - Harold Locke
  • Prelude - Fr. Chopin, Op. 28, No. 15
  • Theme From Piano Concerto In A Minor - Edvard Grieg; Arr. by Henry Levine
  • La Flor De Valencia - Marjorie Harper
  • Romance In A - Thurlow Lieurance
  • When Lights Are Low - Morgan West
  • Chicago Theatre Of The Air Theme - Adolf G. Hoffmann
  • Scented Showers - Louise Godfrey Ogle
  • Drifting Thoughts - O. Scheldrup Oberg
  • Finale, From The Sixth Sonata - Felix Mendelssohn; Edited by Edwin Arthur Kraft
  • Canzone Amorosa (Venetian Love Song) - Ethelbert Nevin, Op. 25, No. 3; Arr. by T. Adamowski
  • With Humble Hearts We Come - Donald Lee More
  • Valentine Dance (Primo And Secondo) - Marie Rapelje
  • Betty’s High Chair - Frances M. Light
  • Organ Grinder Man - Ada Richter
  • La Coquette - William Scher
  • Winter Echoes - J. J. Thomas
  • La Fleurette (The Flowerette) - Herbert Ralph Ward
  • Rondo - L. van Beethoven, Op. 13
  • Water Stars - Frank Grey
  • Hungarian Fantasy - William Scher
  • Sails On A Silvery Sea - Vernon Lane
  • Lingering Memories - O. Scheldrup Oberg
  • I Am Praying For You - Ira D. Sankey
  • Hungarian Dance No. 4 (Excerpt, Secondo And Primo) - Johannes Brahms
  • Dreams Of Yesterday - Edna Earle Dunlap
  • March Of Spring - William A. Wolf
  • The Bob-O-Link - Frederic A. Franklin
  • A Sunny Morning - Lewis Brown
  • Raindrops On The Roof - Louise E. Stairs
  • Little Dutch Dance - W. E. Robinson
  • Busy Beavers - Milo Stevens
  • Moonlight On The Mountain Top - Ralph Federer
  • Rondino - Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • Nocturne - Felix Mendelssohn; Arr. by Henry Levine
  • Afternoon In Vienna - Lewis Brown
  • Dance Of The Leprechauns - Walter O’Donnell
  • Clowns On Parade - Robert A. Hellard
  • Polka Parisienne - Stanford King
  • Softly Now The Light Of Day (Primo And Secondo) - Carl M. Von Weber; Arr. by Clarence Kohlmann
  • Jesus, Priceless Treasure - Johannn Sebastian Bach; Edired by Edwin Arthur Kraft
  • I Do Not Walk Alone - Roy Newman
  • Poème - George J. Heckman
  • Spooky Tale - William Scher
  • Little Bobolink - J. J. Thomas
  • Dark Shadows - Bruce Carleton
  • Old Trunk In The Attic - Anita C. Tibbits
  • Nocturne (Posthumous) - Fr. Chopin, Op. 72, No. 1
  • Shadows Of The Night (Primo And Secondo) - Irina Podeska; Arr. by Edna Baylor Shaw
  • Since You Are You - Byrd Potter
  • Vesper Meditation (Interlude) - Guiseppe Stabile
  • Rain - Winifred Forbes
  • Song Of The Swing - Frances M. Light
  • Here Comes The Train - J. Lilian Vandevere
  • Sparks - Leopold W. Rovenger
  • Night Hike - Eric Steiner
  • Sub-Series: Miscellaneous Popular Music: Part 2
  • Box 10:
  • Novelette - R. Schumann, Op. 21, No. 7
  • Prelude In E Minor - Johann Sebastian Bach; Arr. by Gilbert Beard
  • Page D’Album (Album Leaf) - Claude Debussy
  • Harlequin Revels - Charles L. Johnson
  • In A Chateau Garden - Elmer C. Gattermeyer
  • Visions Of Vienna - Amber Haley Powell
  • Blue Haze - Olive Dungan
  • On A Starlit Lake - Stanford King
  • Believing - Denes Agay
  • Arioso - Léo Delibes
  • Prelude, In E Minor - Abram Chasins, Op. 12, No. 2
  • Menuetto - F. J. Haydn, Op. 1, No. 1
  • My Ting-A-Ling - Myra Adler
  • Drum - Ada Richter
  • A Jaunty Ride - N. Louise Wright
  • Limpid Waters - Thusnelda Bircsak
  • Scarecrows In The Night - William Scher
  • He Giveth All (Anthem For Mixed Voices) - Franz Schubert
  • An Old Valentine - Ralph Federer
  • Little Commander - Robert A. Hellard
  • Arabesque - R. Schumann, Op. 18
  • Snowbirds - Cecil Burleigh, Op. 26, No. 3
  • I Am Thine, O Lord - William H. Doane; Arr. by Clarence Kohlmann
  • Melody (From The Violin Sonata In C Minor) - L. Van Beethoven, Op. 30, No. 2
  • Twilight Meditation - Joseph M. Hopkins
  • Color Moods - Emile J. Schillio
  • Canzonetta (From Violin Concerto In D Major) - P. I. Tschaikowsky; Arr. by Henry Levine
  • Sweet Thoughts - O. Schedrup Oberg
  • Arabian Nights - William Scher
  • Melody Of Love (Primo And Secondo) - H. Engelmann, Op 600
  • The Song Sparrow (Primo And Secondo) - Frances Terry
  • The Beatitudes - Allanson G. Y. Brown
  • Retrospect - Margaret L. Watts
  • The Merry-Go-Round - Gayle Ingraham Smith
  • Mélodie Poétique - Charles Demorest
  • Joy Ride - Frances M. Light
  • Waltz For A Little Doll - Everett Stevens
  • Chinese Pigtail Dance - Leopold W. Rovenger
  • Fawns At Play - Benjamin Frederick Rungee
  • Periwigs And Ruffles: Gavotte Sentimentale - Chester Nordman
  • At The Firemen’s Carnival - Ralph Federer
  • Nocturne - Fr. Chopin, Op. 15, No. 3
  • O Rest In The Lord - Felix Mendelssohn; Trans. Norwood W. Hinkle
  • In Sash And Sombrero - Milo Stevens
  • Fragrant Gardens - Joseph M. Hopkins
  • ‘Way Down South - Willliam Scher
  • Mountain Journey (Prelude) - N. Louise Wright
  • Blossomtime (Primo And Secondo) - C. C. Crammond, Op. 137
  • Andante (From Sonata I) - G. F Handel
  • God Cares - Henry Hager
  • My Jesus, I Love Thee - Adoniram J. Gordon; Arr. by Clarence Kohlmann
  • Bright Sunny Days - J. J. Thomas
  • Five Little Chickadees - Sarah Coleman Bradgon
  • Cadet Capers - Herman Bellstedt; Arr. by Bruce Carleton
  • At The Barn Dance - Bernard Wagness
  • Petite Berceuse - Gardner Read, Op. 74
  • Menuetto In B Minor - F. Schubert, from Op. 78
  • Starry Night - Emile J. Schillio
  • By A Singing Brook - Milo Stevens
  • Beneath A Weeping Willow - Irene Marschand Ritter
  • Spanish Eyes - Lewis Brown
  • Vaqueros - Samuel Gardner, Op. 19
  • The Top O’ This Mornin’ - John Prindle Scott
  • Airplane - Ada Richter
  • Bears In The Woods - Frances M. Light
  • Hiking Song - Ada Paymer
  • Humpty Dumpty - Forest M. Shumaker
  • The Heather Rose - German Folksong; Arr. by Robert Hernried
  • A Summer Idyl - N. Louise Wright
  • Marcia Funebre (From Sonata, Op. 26) - L. Van Beethoven
  • Lazy Palms - Walter E. Miles
  • Sophisticated Sophie - Ralph Federer
  • Skylarking - Frank Grey
  • Legende - P. I. Tschaikowsky; Arr. by Rob Roy Peery
  • Phantom Shadows (Tarantella) - Emma Skilton
  • Out For A Stroll - Joseph M. Hopkins
  • The Sparrows’ Parade (Primo And Secondo) - Hans Schick
  • Lord, In Adoration Kneeling - Sarah Coleman Bragdon
  • The Magic Horse - R. O. Suter, Op. 33
  • Sweet Hour Of Prayer - William B. Bradbury
  • Pickaninny Dance - William Scher
  • The Rooster’s Serenade - Frances M. Light
  • Over The Garden Wall - J. J. Thomas
  • Jack-In-The-Box - Bobbs Travis
  • Two-Part Invention (No. 2 In C Minor) - J. S. Bach
  • Scherzo Humoresque - Stanford King
  • In The Chapel - Margaret Wigham
  • Romance - Samuel B. Wilson
  • Pastorale - Frederick C. Werlé
  • Dark River - Stanford King
  • Contentment - Frederick Bried
  • German Dance (Primo And Secondo) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • The Tryst - Eleanor Patton
  • Largo (From Sonata) - Gaetano Pugnani; Arr. by Efrem Zimbalist
  • Kyrie, Gott Heiliger Geist - Johan Sebastian Bach
  • Sammy The Sailor - Jean Reynolds Davis
  • Toy Waltz - Everett Stevens
  • Morning Mist - Everett Stevens
  • The Froggie And The Fishes - A. Louis Scarmolin
  • March - Joseph Goodman
  • Cinderella Dances - Louise Christine Rebe
  • Sarabande In E Minor - Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Reminiscence (Waltz Interlude) - Ralph. E. Marryott
  • Whims - Robert Schuman
  • Allegro (From Sonata, Op. 36, No. 3) - Muzio Clementi
  • Golden Sunset - Morgan West
  • Old Spinning Wheel - O. Scheldrup Oberg
  • Valse Viennoise - Hubert Tillery
  • Mozart At The Camptown Races - Eric Steiner
  • Pickaninny: A Plantation Lullaby - Ernest E. Peace
  • Prayer - Guiseppe Stabile
  • Valse Piquante - Julius Kranz
  • Gay Dancers (Primo And Secondo) - Sarah Louise Dittenhaver
  • At The Fair - J. J. Thomas
  • Melody Of Love - H. Engelmann, Op. 600; Arr. by Bruce Carleton
  • On The Village Green - Lewis Brown
  • Un Fragment De Mendelssohn - C. A. Caspar
  • Prelude – Violin and Piano - F. Chopin Op. 28, No. 7; Arr. by Thurlow Lieurance
  • The Tin Soldier - David D. Slater, Op. 98, No. 11
  • Twilight Reverie - Geo. Noyes Rockwell
  • Valse Debonnaire - N. Louise Wright
  • Impromptu - Franz Schubert, Op. 142, No. 2
  • Hungarian Dance - Johannes Brahms; Arr. by Henry Levine
  • In Fond Remembrance - Stanford King
  • Sea Idyl - Opal Louise Hayes
  • Caribbean Moonlight - Vernon Lane.
  • Polka In The Parlor - Ralph Federer
  • Dancing Dewdrops - William Baines
  • Evening Prayer - Ralph Kinder
  • A Nuptial Benediction - Percy Wicker MacDonald
  • In The Gloaming - Richard Czerwonky
  • About A Rose (Primo And Secondo) - Sarah Louise Dittenhaver
  • Little Spanish Dance - Ella Ketterer
  • Here We Go - J. J. Thomas
  • Skating Party - Milo Stevens
  • Little White Duck - Louise E. Stairs
  • Revelry - Ada Richter
  • Series 4: 2014 ADDENDUM
  • Sub-Series: Music About World War I
  • Box 9:
  • After The War Is Over - 1917
    Joseph Woodruff; Joe Morris Music Co.
  • Americans Come, The - 1918
    Fay Foster; J. Fischer & Bro.
  • Bring Back My Daddy To Me - 1917
    George W. Meyer; Leo. Feist, Inc.
  • Bring Back My Soldier Boy to Me - 1918
    Frank Magine; Al. Piantadosi & Co. Inc.
  • Good Bye Broadway, Hello France - 1917
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by Billy Baskette; Passing Show of 1917
  • I Didn’t Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier - 1915
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by A. Piantadosi
  • Jack Norworth's Great Trench Song - 1918
    Chicago Herald and Examiner; by E. Caruso, J.P. Sousa
  • Keep your Head Down, Fritzi Boy - 1913
    T.B. Harms and Francis, Day & Hunter; by C.W. Murphy, N. David
  • K-K-K-Katy - 1918
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by G. O'Hara
  • Keep the Home-Fires Burning - 1915
    Chappell & Co., LTD.; by Ivor Novello
  • La Marseillaise - 1917
    Century Music Publishing Co.; by Rouget De Lisle
  • Long Boy - 1917
    Shapiro Bernstein & Co.; by Barclay Walker
  • Popular Marches of Medium Grade - 1918
    McKinley Publishers, Inc.; by E. Mack
  • Rose Of No Man's Land, The - 1918
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by J. A. Brennan
  • Somewhere In France - 1918
    Howard & La Var Music Co.; by Great Howard
  • We Stand for Peace While Others War - 1916
    Will Rossiter Publisher; by W.R. Williams
  • We're Going Over - 1917
    Joe Morris Music Co.; by A. Sterling, B. Grossman, A. Lange
  • Where Do We Go From Here - 1917
    Leo Feist, Inc.; H. Johnson, P. Wenrich
  • Your Country Needs You Now - 1917
    M. Witmark & Sons; by Rennie Cormack, G.B. McConnell
  • Sub-Series: Music About World War II
  • Box 9:
  • Army Air Corps, The - 1939
    Capt. Robert Crawford; Carl Fischer, Inc.
  • Army Hit Kit of Popular Songs - 1943
    Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • Comin' in on a Wing and a Prayer - 1943
    Jimmy McHugh; Robbins Music Corp.
  • God Bless America - 1939
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Iving Berlin
  • Victory Song Book - 1942
    Robbins Music Corp.; by Hugo Frey
  • Win-The-War-Ballads - 1942
    Edward B. Marks Music Corporation; by Sam Morgenstern
  • Sub-Series:
  • All Alone - 1924
    Irving Berlin Music Incorporated; by Irving Berlin; the Music Revue
  • Box 9:
  • All The Way - 1957
    Barton Music Corporation; by James Van Heusen; The Joker is Wild
  • Around the World - 1956
    Victor Young Publications, Inc.; by Victor Young; Around the World in 80 Days
  • Bali Ha'i - 1949
    Williamson Music, Inc.; by Richard Rodgers; South Pacific
  • Black Moonlight - 1933
    Famous Music Corporation; by A. Johnston, S. Coslow; Too Much Harmony
  • Blue Skies - 1946
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Irving Berlin; Blue Skies
  • Buttons and Bows - 1948
    Famous Music Corporation; by J. Livingston, R. Evans; The Pale Face
  • By a Waterfall - 1933
    M. Whitmark & Sons; by Sammy Fain; Footlight Parade
  • Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man - 1927
    T.B. Harms Company; by Jerome Kern; Show Boat
  • Charming - 1929
    Robbins Music Corp.; by Herbert Stothart; Devil May Care
  • Don't Fence Me In - 1954
    Harms, Inc.; by Cole Porter; Hollywood Canteen
  • Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes, A - 1948
    Walt Disney Music Company; by M. David, A. Hoffman, J. Livingston; Cinderella
  • Dreams of Long Ago - 1912
    Leo Feist; by Enrico Caruso; The Million
  • For Me And My Gal - 1917
    Mills Music, Inc.; by George W. Meyer; For Me and My Gal
  • Girl Friend, The - 1926
    Harms Music, Inc.; by Richard Rodgers; The Girl Friend
  • Glad Rag Doll - 1929
    Ager. Yellen & Bornstein, Inc.; by M. Ager and D. Dougherty; Glad Rag Doll
  • Glow-Worm, The - 1907
    Jos. W. Stern & Co.; by Pual Lincke; The Girl Behind the Counter
  • Happy Days Are Here Again - 1929
    Ager. Yellen & Bornstein, Inc.; by J. Yellen and M. Ager; Chasing Rainbows
  • Hello, Dolly! - 1963
    Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc.; by Jerry Herman; Hello, Dolly!
  • Hit Parader - 1943
    Charlton Publications; by Ritz Brothers; Hit Parader
  • Hit Parader, A Preview - 1943
    Pioneer Publishing, Inc.; by Various; Hit Parader
  • Honeymoon Hotel - 1933
    M. Witmark & Sons; by Harry Warren; Footlight Parade
  • How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm - 1919
    Waterson Berlin & Synder Co.; by Walter Donaldson
  • I Can’t Escape From You - 1936
    Paramount Pictures; by L. Robin, R.A. Whiting; Rhythm on the Range
  • I Enjoy Being A Girl - 1958
    Williamson Music, Inc.; by Richard Rodgers; Flower Drum Song
  • I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now - 1909
    Edward B. Marks Music Corporation; by Joseph E. Howard; I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
  • If I Loved You - 1945
    Robbins Music Corp.; by Richard Rodgers; Carousel
  • If Only I Had A Brain - 1939
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by Harold Arlen; The Wizard of Oz
  • I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time - 1920
    Broadway Music Co.; by Albert Von Tilzer; Buck Privates
  • I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You) - 1928
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by F. Ahlert; A Guy Named Joe
  • I'll Say She Does - 1918
    Jerome H. Remick & Co.; by Bud DeSylva, G. Kahn, A. Jolson; Sin Bad
  • Indian Love Call - 1926
    Harms Inc; by Rudolf Friml; Rose Marie
  • It Might As Well Be Spring - 1945
    Williamson Music, Inc.; by Richard Rodgers; State Fair
  • It Only Happens When I Dance With You - 1947
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Irving Berlin; Easter Parade
  • I've Got A Gal In Kalamazoo - 1942
    Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc.; by M. Gordon, Harry Warren; Orchestra Wives
  • I've Heard That Song Before - 1942
    Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc.; by J. Styne, S. Cahn; Youth on Parade
  • Kickin' A Hole In The Sky - 1930
    Robbins Music Corp.; by Jesse Greer; Be Yourself!
  • Kiss To Build A Dream On, A - 1940
    Miller Music Corp.; by B. Kalmar, H. Ruby, O. Hammerstein II; The Strip
  • Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly) - 1948
    Santly-Joy, Inc.; by Eliot Daniel; So Dear to My Heart
  • Let Yourself Go - 1936
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Irving Berlin; Follow The Fleet
  • Let's Take An Old-Fashioned Walk - 1949
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Irving Berlin; Miss Liberty
  • Little Wooden Head - 1939
    Irving Berlin Inc.; by Leigh Harline; Pinocchio
  • Long Ago - 1944
    Crawford Music Corp.; by Jerome Kern; Cover Girl
  • Louise - 1929
    Remick Music Corp.; by R. A. Whiting; Innocents of Paris
  • Love and Marriage - 1955
    Barton Music Corp.; by J. Van Heusen; Our Town
  • Lullaby of Broadway - 1935
    M. Whitmark & Sons; by Harry Warren
  • Merry Old Land Of Oz - 1939
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by Harold Arlen; The Wizard of Oz
  • Moolight And Shadows - 1936
    Popular Melodies, Inc.; by Leo Robin, R. Hollander; The Jungle Princess
  • Moonlight Becomes You - 1942
    Famous Music Corp.; by Jimmy Van Heusen; Road To Moracco
  • My Own - 1938
    Robbins Music Corp.; by Jimmy McHugh; That Certain Age
  • Napanee - 1904
    Will Rossiter Publisher; by W.R. Williams; The Royal Chef
  • Now It Can Be Told - 1938
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Irving Berlin; Alexander's Ragtime Band
  • Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin' - 1943
    Williamson Music, Inc.; by Richard Rodgers; Oklahoma!
  • Ole Buttermilk Sky - 1946
    Burke & Van Heusen, Inc.; by H. Carmichael, J. Brooks; Canyon Passage
  • One Hour With You - 1932
    Famous Music Corp.; by Richard A. Whiting; One Hour With You
  • One Song - 1937
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Frank Churchill; Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  • One, Two, Button Your Shoe - 1936
    Select Music Publications, Inc.; by A. Johnson; Pennies Form Heaven
  • Painting The Clouds With Sunshine - 1929
    M. Witmark & Sons; by Joe Burke; The Gold Diggers of Broadway
  • Paradise - 1931
    Nacio Herb Brown Publishing; by N.H. Brown; A Woman Commands
  • Put 'Em In A Box - 1948
    Remick Music Corp.; by Jule Styne; Romances on the High Seas
  • Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey - 1937
    Broadway Music Corp.; by A. Von Tilzer; In Old Oklahoma
  • Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head - 1969
    Blue Seas Music, Inc.; by Burt Bacharach; Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
  • Ramona - 1927
    Leo. Feist, Inc.; by Mabel Wayne; Ramona
  • Rememb'ring - 1923
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Duncan Sisters; Topsy and Eva
  • Shadow Waltz - 1933
    Remick Music Corp.; by H. Warren; Gold Diggers of 1933
  • She's Way Up There - 1934
    Movietone Music Corp.; by Lew Brown; Stand Up And Cheer!
  • Shuffle Off To Buffalo - 1932
    M. Whitmark & Sons; by Harry Warren; Forty Second Street
  • Box 10:
  • Sittin' On A Backyard Fence - 1933
    M. Witmark & Sons; by Sammy Fain; Footlight Parade
  • Sleepy Valley - 1929
    Harms, Inc.; by J. F. Hanley; The Rainbow Man
  • Small Fry - 1938
    Famous Music Corp.; by Frank Loesser; Sing You Sinners
  • Snow Flake - 1921
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by Carey Morgan; The Greenwich Village Follies
  • So Do I - 1936
    Select Music Publications, Inc.; by A. Johnson; Pennies Form Heaven
  • So Far - 1947
    Williamson Music, Inc.; by Richard Rodgers; Allegro
  • Some Day My Prince Will Come - 1937
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Frank Churchill; Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  • Something Wonderful - 1951
    Williamson Music, Inc.; by R. Rodgers; The King And I
  • Somewhere There's A Rainbow - 1945
    Southern Music Publishing Co.; by W. Scharf, N. Washington; Mexicana
  • Sonny Boy - 1928
    De Sylva, Brown & Hendersin, Inc.; by A. Jolson, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson; The Singing Fool
  • Sweet And Lovely - 1931
    Robbins Music Corp.; by G. Arnheim, H. Tobias, J. Lemare; Two Girls and A Sailor
  • Swinging on a Star - 1944
    Burke and Van Heusen, Inc.; by J. Van Heusen; Going My Way
  • Tallahassee - 1947
    Famous Music Corp.; by F. Loesser; Variety Girl
  • Tea For Two - 1924
    Harms Music, Inc.; by Vincent Youmans; No No Nanette
  • Thanks - 1931
    Famous Music Corp.; by A. Johnson, S. Coslow; Too Much Harmony
  • Thanks For The Memory - 1937
    Paramount Music Corp.; by L. Robin, R. Rainger; The Big Broadcast of 1938
  • That's Amore - 1953
    Paramount Music Corp.; by Harry Warren; The Caddy
  • The Eagle - 1969
    General Music Publishing Co, Inc.; by Lee Erwin; The Eagle
  • They're Either Too Young Or Too Old - 1943
    M. Witmark & Sons; by A. Schwartz; Thank Your Lucky Stars
  • Through A Long And Sleepless Night - 1949
    Miller Music Corp.; by A. Newman; Come To The Stable
  • Tip Toe Through The Tulips With Me - 1929
    M. Witmark & Sons; by Joe Burke; The Gold Diggers of Broadway
  • To Each His Own - 1946
    Paramount Music Corp.; by J. Livingston, R. Evans; To Each His Own
  • Too Late Now - 1951
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by Burton Lane; Royal Wedding
  • Touch Of Texas, A - 1942
    Melody Lane Publications, Inc.; by J. McHugh; 7 Day's Leave
  • Trolly Song, The - 1934
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by H. Martin, R. Blane; Meet Me in St. Louis
  • Uncle Remus Said - 1946
    Santly-Joy, Inc.; by J. Lange, H. Heath, E. Daniel; Song of the South
  • United Nations On The March - 1946
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by D. Shostakovich; Thousands Cheer
  • We Did It Before (And We Can Do It Again) - 1941
    M. Witmark & Sons; by C. Friend, C. Tobias; Banjo Eyes
  • We're Off To See The Wizard (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz) - 1939
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by H. Arlen; The Wizard of Oz
  • What Did I Do? - 1948
    Triangle Music Corp.; by Josef Myrow; When My Baby Smiles At Me
  • When You Wish Upon A Star - 1927
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Leigh Harline; Pinocchio
  • Whistle While You Work - 1937
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Frank Churchill; Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  • Who Do You Love I Hope - 1946
    Irving Berlin Music Co.; by Irving Berlin; Annie Get Your Gun
  • With You - 1929
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Irving Berlin; Puttin' On The Ritz
  • Woody Woodpecker - 1948
    Leeds Music Corp.; by G. Tibbles, R. Idriss; Woody Woodpecker
  • Work Song, The - 1948
    Walt Disney Music Company; by M. David, A. Hoffman, J. Livingston; Cinderella
  • Yesterday - 1933
    T.B. Harms Company; by Jerome Kern; Roberta
  • You Belong To My Heart - 1943
    La Salle Music Publishers, Inc.; by Agustin Lara; The Three Caballeros
  • You Light Up My Life - 1977
    Big Hill Music Corp.; by Joe Brooks; You Light Up My Heart
  • Young And Healty - 1932
    M. Witmark & Sons; by Harry Warren; Forty Second Street
  • Younger Than Springtime - 1949
    Williamson Music, Inc.; by R. Rodgers, O. Hammerstein; South Pacific
  • You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me - 1932
    M. Witmark & Sons; by Harry Warren; Forty Second Street
  • You're Just In Love (I Wonder Why?) - 1950
    Irving Berlin, Inc. by Irving Berlin; Call Me Madam
  • Zing A Little Zong - 1952
    Burvan Music Corp.; by Harry Warren; Just For You
  • Sub-Series: Miscellaneous Sheet Music
  • Box 10:
  • 12 Children's Pieces For The Piano - 1901
    G. Schirmer, Inc.; by Various
  • 38th Parallel - 1953
    Meridian Music Corp.; by Tom Scott
  • 3rd Man Theme, The - 1950
    Chappell & Co., Inc.; by Anton Karas; The 3rd Man
  • All Star Famous Songs - 1944
    Broadway Music Corporation
  • All Star Famous Songs - 1944
    Broadway Music Corporation
  • Aloha Oe - 1913
    The Standard Music Publishing Co.; by H.M. Queen Liluokalani
  • Along the Navajo Trail - 1945
    Leeds Music Corporation; by Larry Markes, Dick Charles, Eddie De Lange
  • Always - 1925
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Irving Berlin
  • American Legion Waltz - 1942
    McKinley Publishers Inc.; by Henri Lavalle
  • American Legion Waltz - 1942
    McKinley Publishers Inc.; by Henri Lavalle
  • Angels of Music - 1941
    American National Red Cross; by Irving Berlin
  • Any Bonds Today? - 1941
    Secretary of the Treasury; by Irving Berlin
  • Armstrong's Quaker Rub in Every Home, An - 1930
    Wyman & Rand Company
  • At Evening Time When Loneliness Comes 'Round - 1915
    Seidel Music Publishing; by Harry Jones
  • At The End of A Winding Lane - 1924
    Milton Weil Music Co.; by Isham Jones
  • Autumn Serenade - 1934
    Robbins Music Corporation; by Peter De Rose
  • Babes In Toy Land - 1903
    M. Witmark & Sons; by Victor Herbert
  • Baby Face - 1926
    Remick Music Corporation; by Benny Harris, Harry Akst
  • Back In the Hills of Colorado - 1930
    Sherman, Clay & Co.; by Bill Smith
  • Back to Mother and Home, Sweet Home - 1917
    Frank K. Root & Company; by Paul Bliese, F. Henri Klickmann
  • Barnacle Bill: The Sailor - 1929
    Southern Music Publishing Co.; by Carson Robison, Frank Luther
  • Beautiful Duets and Quartets for Sacred Use - 1924
    McKinley Publishers Inc.
  • Beautiful Isle of Somewhere - 1897
    Foster Music Publisher Inc.; by J.S. Fearis
  • Because - 1939
    Chappell & Co.;by Guy D'Hardelot
  • Bell Bottom Trousers - 1944
    Santly-Joy Inc.; by Moe Jaffe
  • Beloved - 1928
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Gus Khan, Joe Sanders
  • Betty Co-Ed - 1930
    Carl Fischer, Inc.; by Paul Fogarty, Rudy Vallee
  • Beyond The Sunset - 1935
    Robbins Music Corporation; by Blanche Kerr Brock
  • Blue Danube Waltz - 1935
    Calumet Music Company; by Johann Strauss
  • Blue Pacific Moonlight - 1930
    Santly Bros. Inc.; by Jack Payne, Wallace Herbert
  • Bonaparte's Retreat - 1949
    Acuff-Rose Publications; by Pee Wee King
  • Bring Back Those Rock-A-Bye Baby Days - 1924
    Leo. Feist, Inc.; by Abner Silver
  • By the Watermelon Vine - 1930
    Walter Jacobs, Inc.; by Thos. S. Allen
  • Can't We Talk It Over - 1931
    Remick Music Corp.; by Victor Young
  • Casey Jones - 1909
    Southern California Music Co.; by Eddie Newton
  • Cedar Brook Waltz - 1930
    McKinley Publishers, Inc.; by Phil. B. Perry
  • Charge of the Light Brigade March - 1896
    E.T. Paull Music Co.; by E.T. Paull
  • Charge of the Uhlans
    De Luxe Music Co.; by C. Bohm
  • Charmaine - 1933
    Sherman, Clay & Co.; by Erno Rapee, Lew Pollack
  • Chi-Baba Chi-Baba - 1946
    Oxford Music Corporation; by Mack David, Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston
  • Chickery Chick - 1945
    Santly-Joy, Inc.; by Sidney Lippman
  • Chinese Laundry Man - 1948
    Nordyke Music Publications; by Rose Wagner
  • Ching A Ling's Jazz Bazaar - 1920
    Leo. Feist, Inc.; by Howard Johnson, Ethel Bridges
  • Chiquita Banana - 1945
    Maxwell-Wirges Publications; by Len MacKenzie
  • Choir Celestial, The - 1900
    T.B. Harms, Inc.; by Arthur Trevelyan
  • Ciribiribin - 1935
    Calumet Music Co.; by A. Pestalozza
  • Clancy Loweored The Boom! - 1948
    Kenmor Music Co.; by Johnny Lange, Hy Heath
  • Cleopatra Had A Jazz Band - 1917
    Leo. Feist, Inc.; by Jack Coogan
  • Cleveland's March To Victory
    National Music Co.; by Geo. Scleiffarth
  • Colorado And You - 1922
    Forster Music Publisher Inc.; by Chas. L. Johnson
  • Colorado Lullaby - 1920
    Literary Gossip Monger; by Dr. John Horner
  • Dancing With Tears In My Eyes - 1930
    M. Witmark & Sons; by Joe Burke
  • Dear Old Pal of Mine - 1918
    G. Ricordi & Co., Inc.; by Gitz Rice
  • Delicado - 1952
    Remick Music Corporation, by Waldyr Azevedo
  • Denver - 1940
    Colorado Centennial; by Rosamond L. Little
  • Do You Believe In Love At First Sight? - 1931
    Sam Fox Publishing Co., by Ted Fiorito
  • Don't Get Around Much Anymore - 1942
    Robbins Music Corporation; by Duke Ellington
  • Don't Let 'Em Take It Away - 1952
    Meridian Music Corp.; by Bernie Wayne
  • Down Yonder - 1948
    Southern Music Publishing Co.; by L. Wolfe Gilbert
  • Dreamer's Holiday, A - 1949
    Skidmore Music Co., Inc.; by Mabel Wayne
  • Dreams - 1924
    Jerome H. Remick & Co.; by Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Easter Parade - 1933
    Irving Berlin Music Company; by Irving Berlin
  • Box 11:
  • Easy Marches - 1923
    McKinley Publishers, Inc.
  • El Captain March - 1896
    The John Chruch Company; by John Philip Sousa
  • Eugene Cowles - 1907
    Oliver Ditson Company; by Eugene Cowles
  • Faded Summer Love, A - 1931
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by Phil Baxter
  • Fairy Tales - 1949
    Miller Music Corporation; by William J. Rietz
  • Fall and Winter Holiday - 1922
    Clayton F. Summy Co.; by Florence P. Rea
  • Farewell Dear Pal, Goodbye - 1931
    Dr. L. Parker; by Dr. Lawrence Parker
  • Feist Collection of Celebrated Song Hits - 1936
    Leo Feist, Inc.
  • Feist Famous Waltz Folio - 1930
    Leo Feist, Inc.
  • Fill Up With Phillips 66 - 1950
    Phillips Petroleum Company; by John A. McGee
  • Five Minutes More - 1956
    Melrose Music Corp.; by Jule Styne
  • Fragrance of June - 1911
    Theron C. Bennett Co.; by Theron C. Bennett
  • Frolics and Stories - 1921
    Clayton F. Summy Co.; by Florence P. Rea
  • Frosty the Snow Man - 1950
    Hill and Range Songs, Inc.; by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins
  • Galway Bay - 1947
    Leeds Music Corporation; by Dr. Arthyr Colahan
  • General Grant's March - 1907
    Eclipse Publishing Co.; by E. Mack
  • General Grant's March: Piano Solo - 1935
    Calumet Music Co.; by E. Mack
  • Give Me This Day - 1934
    Theodore Presser Co.; by Rob Roy Peery
  • Good Bye, Sweet Day - 1891
    Louis H. Ross & Co.; by Kate Vauuah
  • Good Night Sweetheart - 1939
    Robbins Music Corporation; by R. Noble, J. Campbell, R. Connelly
  • Goodnight, Irene - 1950
    Spencer Music Corp.; by Huddie Ledbetter and John Lomax
  • Harvest Festival Dance - 1937
    Oliver Ditson Co.; by F. A. Williams
  • Havana - 1905
    Sharpiro Music Publisher; by E.R. Goetz
  • Hawaiian Dreams - 1916
    Daniels & Wilson, Inc.; by Herbert B. Marple
  • Hawaiian Moonlight - 1918
    Frank K. Root & Co.; by F.H. Klickmann
  • He'd Have to Get Under-Get Out And Get Under - 1913
    Maurice Abrahams Music Co.; by Bobby North
  • Hello Bluebird - 1926
    Jerome H. Remick & Co.; by Cliff Friend
  • Here Comes The Navy - 1934
    Shapiro Bernstein & Co.; by Clarence Oakes
  • High Up On A Hill-Top - 1928
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by A. Baer, I. Campbell, G. Whiting
  • His Hand In Mine - 1953
    Mosie Lister Publications; by Mosie Lister
  • Home on the Range - 1938
    E. B. Swisher; by Don Travaline
  • Hop Scotch Polka - 1949
    Cromwell Music, Inc.; by W. Whitlock, C. Sigman, G.Rayburn
  • How Can I Go On Without You - 1932
    Famous Music Corp.; by Frank Westphal; Wrigley's Radio Program
  • How Great Thou Art - 1955
    Manna Music Inc.; Stuart K. Hine
  • How Soon? (Will I Be Seeing You) - 1944
    Supreme Music Corp; by Carroll Lucas
  • I Believe - 1919
    Sinatra Songs, Inc.; by Jule Styne; It Happened In Brooklyn
  • I Called You My Sweetheart - 1917
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by Jimmie V. Monaco
  • I Can Dream, Can’t I? - 1937
    Chappell & Co., Inc.; by Sammy Fain
  • I Don't Know Why (I Just Do) - 1931
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by F. E. Ahlert
  • I Have But One Heart - 1945
    Barton Music Corp.; by Johnny Farrow
  • I Love The Ladies - 1916
    Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co.; by Jean Schwartz
  • I Wanna Be Loved - 1934
    Supreme Music Corp; by Johnny Green
  • I Wouldn't Change You For The World - 1931
    Olman Music Corp.; by Isham Jones
  • If - 1934
    Shapiro Bernstein & Co., Inc.; by Tolchard Evans
  • If He Can Fight-Like He Can Love Good Night Germany! - 1938
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by Geo W. Meyer
  • If I Had You - 1928
    Robbins Music Corp.; by T. Shapiro, J. Campbell, R. Connelly
  • I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover - 1927
    Remick Music Corp.; by H. Woods
  • I'm Wild About Horns On Automobiles That Go 'Ta-Ta-Ta-Ta - 1928
    Shapiro Bernstein & Co., Inc.; by Clarence Gaskill
  • In A Little Spanish Town - 1926
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by Mabel Wayne
  • In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town - 1932
    M. Witmark & Sons; by j. Young, J. Siras, Little Jack Little
  • In The Evening By The Moonlight - 1937
    Calumet Music Co.; by James Bland
  • It's A Hundred To One You're From Washington - 1938
    Edwards B. Marks Music Corp.; by Al Hoffman
  • Ja-Da - 1915
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by Bob Carleton
  • Japanese Sandman, The - 1920
    Jerome H. Remick & Co.; by R. A. Whiting
  • Jazz Fox-Trot, The - 1917
    London-Herman Darewski Music Pub. Co.; by B. Baskette, J. Santly
  • Jerry - 1919
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by B. Baskette
  • Joan Of Arc They Are Calling You - 1917
    Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co.; by J. Wells
  • Just A Baby's Prayer At Twilight - 1918
    Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co.; by M. K. Jerome
  • Just Walking In The Rain - 1953
    Golden West Melodies, Inc.; by J. Bragg, R. S. Riley
  • Kentucky Babe - 1897
    White-Smith Music Publishing Co.; by Adam Geibel
  • Laddie In Khaki - 1915
    Chappell & Co., Inc.; by Ivor Novello
  • Laughing Water - 1903
    Sol-Bloom, Inc.; by Fredrick W. Hager
  • Lazybones - 1932
    Southern Music Pub. Co.; by J. Mercer, H. Carmichael
  • Learning to Play: Six Easy Piano Pieces - 1921
    Clayton F. Summy Co.; by Frances Terry
  • Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow! - 1945
    Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc.; by Jule Styne
  • Let Me Call You Sweetheart - 1905
    Harold Rossiter Music Co.; by B.S. Whitson, L. Friedman
  • Liberty - 1916
    Metropolis Music Co.; by T.S. Barron
  • Liberty Song, The
    by John Dickinson
  • Lights Out - 1935
    Shapiro Bernstein & Co., Inc.; by Billy Hill
  • Little Ford Rambled Right Along - 1914
    Plaza Music Co.; by Byron Gay
  • Little Girl - 1948
    Leeds Music Corp.; by M. Hyde, F. Henry
  • Little White Lies - 1930
    BVC, Inc.; by Walter Donaldson
  • Lovable - 1931
    Robbins Music Corp.; by Harry Woods
  • Love Will Keep Us Together - 1975
    Don Kirshner Music, Inc.; by N. Sedaka, H. Greenfield
  • Mairzy Doats - 1943
    Miller Music Corp.; by M. Drake, A. Hoffman, J. Livingston
  • Mammy Land - 1922
    Dixon-Lane Music Publishing Co.; by Harold Dixon
  • Maple Leaf Rag - 1901
    John Stark & Sons; by Scott Joplin
  • May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You - 1950
    Pickwick Music Corp.; by Meredith Willson
  • Maybe I'm In Love With A Dream - 1931
    Red Star Music Company, Inc.; F. Gibbs, T. Gerun
  • Me and My Shadow - 1927
    Bourne, Inc.; by Billy Rose
  • Melody - 1932
    Engel Van Wiseman Publishing; Magazine
  • Mona Lisa - 1939
    Famous Music Corp.; by J. Livingston, R. Evans; Captain Carey, U.S.A.
  • Moonlight Mood
    Robbins Music Corp.; by Peter De Rose
  • Moonlight on the Ganges - 1920
    Harms Music, Inc.; by Sherman Myers
  • My Cairo Maid - 1917
    W.A. Quincke & Co.; by G. Foster, C. Schonberg
  • My Dusky Rose - 1931
    Walter Jacobs, Inc.; by Thos. S. Allen
  • My Happiness - 1948
    Happiness Music Corp.; by Borney Bergantine
  • My Hawaiian Sunshine - 1916
    Jos. W. Stern & Co.; by L.W. Gilbert, C. Morgan
  • My Ohio Home - 1927
    Leo. Feist, Inc.; by Walter Donaldson
  • My Pretty Little Kick-Apoo - 1906
    Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co.; by H.V. Tilzer
  • National Emblem March - 1907
    Walter Jacobs Publishing; by E.E. Bagley
  • National Federation Song - 1925
    Vandersloot Music Publishing Co.; by Harry J. Lincoln
  • National Guards March - 1909
    McKinley Music Co.; by Fred L. Ryder
  • Nature Boy - 1948
    Burke & Van Heusen, Inc.; by Eden Ahbez
  • Nebraska - 1927
    Bess Hearhart Morrison; by B. G. Morrison, E. H. Griffith
  • Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You) - 1931
    De Sylva, Brown & Hendersin, Inc.; by B. Kalmar, H. Ruby
  • Nights in the Woods - 1923
    Sam Fox Publishing Co., by H. De Bozi
  • Normandy - 1925
    Henry Waterson, Inc.; by Russel Robinson, Jack Little, Addy Britt
  • Now Is The Hour - 1913
    Leeds Music Corp.; by M. Kaihan, C. Scott, D. Stewart
  • Box 12:
  • Ode for American Independence
    by Daniel George
  • Oh, How She Could Yacki Hacki Wicki Wacki Woo - 1916
    Broadway Music Corporation; by A. Von Tilzer
  • Oh, Johnny! Oh, Johnny! Oh! - 1917
    Forster Music Publishing, Inc.; by Abe Olman
  • Old Black Joe - 1909
    McKinley Music Co.; by Stephen C. Foster
  • Old Fashioned Home in New Hampshire, An - 1931
    Shapiro Bernstein & Co.; by R.A. King
  • Old Man Sunshine - 1928
    Remick Music Corp.; by H. Warren
  • Old Master Painter, The - 1949
    Robbins Music Corp.; by Beasley Smith
  • Old Soldiers Never Die - 1951
    Warock Music, Inc.; by Tom Glazer
  • Old Virginia Moon - 1929
    Milton Weil Music Co.; by Gus Khan
  • On A Slow Boat To China - 1948
    Melrose Music Corp.; by Frank Loesser
  • On The Road To Mandalay - 1907
    G. Schirmer, Inc.; by Oley Speaks
  • On Top of Old Smoky - 1951
    Folkways Music Publishers, Inc.; by Pete Seeger
  • One - 1975
    Edwin H. Morris & Co.; by Marvin Hamlisch
  • Over Somebody Else's Shoulder - 1934
    Donaldson Douglas & Gumble, Inc.; by Al Sherman, Al Lewis
  • Over the Top - 1927
    Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, Co.; by A. Brown, J. Wells, P. Wendling
  • Pagan Love Songs - 1929
    Robbins Music Corp.; by N. H. Brown; The Pagan
  • Pale Moon - 1920
    Forster Music Publisher, Inc.; by F. K. Logan
  • Pansy Faces - 1925
    Century Music Publishing Co.; by Frank Kohler
  • Pass The Word Along - 1882
    S. Brainard's Sons; by H.C. Thornton
  • Pastime - 1902
    Jos. W. Stern & Co.; by Mark Stern
  • Paul Revere's Ride - 1905
    E.T. Paull Music Co.; by E.T. Paull
  • Pavlowa Gavotte, The - 1902
    Jos. W. Stern & Co.; by Paul Lincke
  • Peace on Earth Song - 1925
    Vandersloot Music Publishing Co.; by Harry J. Lincoln
  • Pick A Little Four Leaf Clover - 1918
    Forster Music Publisher, Inc.; by Abe Olman
  • Popular Dances For Piano - 1902
    Century Music Publishing Co.
  • Popular Marches , Battle Pieces, Etc. - 1884
    S. Brainard's Sons; by A.P. Wyman
  • Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition!! - 1942
    Famous Music Corp.; by Frank Loesser
  • President Garfield's Funeral March - 1881
    W.F. Shaw; by E. LaGrange
  • Prisoner's Song, The - 1925
    Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; by Guy Massey
  • Put On An Old Pair Of Shoes - 1935
    Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; by Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hill
  • Quicksilver - 1949
    Edwin H. Morris & Co.; by I. Taylor, G. Wyle, E. Pola
  • Rainbow - 1908
    Jerome H. ReMick & Co.; by Percy Wenrich
  • Rodgers and Hammerstein Album for Wurlitzer Organs - 1955
    Williamson Music, Inc.; by Richard Rodgers
  • Roll'em Girls - 1925
    Joe Morris Music Co.; by M. Marr, B. Heath, A. Fletcher
  • Saim - 1915
    Leo. Feist, Inc.; by Fred Fischer
  • Saint Louis Blues - 1914
    Handy Bros. Music Co., Inc.; by W.C. Handy
  • San Francisco Valley - 1943
    Mayfair Music Corp.; by Gordon Jenkins
  • Satisfaction of Naturalization, The - 1927
    Tony George Music Publishing Pub. Co.; by A.C. Woodyatt
  • Say Something Sweet To Your Sweetheart - 1948
    Mills Music, Inc.; by S. Tepper, R. Brodsky
  • Sentimental Journey - 1944
    Edwin H. Morris & Co.; by B. Green, L. Brown, B. Homer
  • Shabby Old Cabby - 1939
    Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; by Nat Simon, Al Stillman
  • Shanghai - 1951
    Advanced Music Corp.; by B. Hilliard, M. De Lugg
  • Sheik of Araby, The - 1921
    Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, Co.; by Ted Snyder
  • Shine On Harvest Moon - 1941
    Remick Music Corp.; by N. Bayes, J. Norworth
  • Shoo-fly Pie And Aplle Pan Dowdy - 1946
    Capitol Songs, Inc.; by Guy Wood
  • Silver Bell - 1910
    Jerome H. Remick & Co.; by Percy Wenrich
  • Singing Bird - 1909
    Jos. Morris Co.; by Ed. Edwards
  • Slap'er Down Agin, Paw - 1947
    Choice Music, Inc.; by P. Arnold, A. Cornett, E. Asherman
  • Slow Poke - 1951
    Ridgeway Music, Inc.; by P.W. King, R. Stewart, C. Price
  • Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette) - 1947
    American Music, Inc.; by M. Travis, T. Williams
  • Soldier's Rosary, A - 1918
    A.J. Stasny Music, Co.; by Jos. A Burke
  • Some Enchanted Evening - 1949
    Williamson Music, Inc.; by R. Rodgers, O. Hammerstein; South Pacific
  • Someday Sweetheart - 1924
    Melrose Bros. Music Co.; by Spikes & Spikes
  • Song Of India, A - 1924
    Jack Mills, Inc.; by N.R. Korsakow
  • Songs of Faith - 1956
    Roncom Music Co.; by Perry Como
  • Songs That Will Live Forever - 1955
    Charlton Publications
  • Songs The People Love - 1897
    McKinley Music Co.
  • Sound Off - 1950
    Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc.; by W. L. Duckworth
  • Southern Moon - 1931
    Sam Fox Pub. Co.; by J.S. Zamecnik
  • Spanish Doll - 1929
    Joe Morris Music Co.; by A. Lewis, A. Sherman
  • Stairway Of Dreams - 1928
    Villa Moret, Inc.; Adrian Mack
  • Standard Marches By Celebrated Composers - 1908
    Century Music Publishing Company
  • Standard Patriotic Song Folio
    Eclipse Publishing Co.;
  • Box 13:
  • Star Dance Folio - 1918
    Jerome H. Remick & Co.; by J. B. Lampe
  • Star Dance Folio (2) - 1918
    Jerome H. Remick & Co.; by J. B. Lampe
  • Stars and Stripes Forever! March - 1897
    The John Chruch Company; by John Philip Sousa
  • Sunday, Monday, Or Always - 1943
    Mayfair Music Corp.; by Jimmy Van Heusen
  • Sunset Trail, The - 1936
    Gershwin Publishing Corp.; by J. Kennedy, M. Carr
  • Sunshine - 1928
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by Irving Berlin
  • Sunshine And You - 1909
    Weile Publishing Co.; by Mr. and Mrs. E. Brandon
  • Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi, The - 1912
    Melrose Bros. Music Co.; by F.D. Vernor
  • Symphony - 1909
    Chappell & Co.; by Guy d'Hardelot
  • Take Your Girlie To The Movies (If You Can’t Make Love at Home) - 1919
    Waterson, Berlin & Co.; by Pete Wendling
  • Tennessee Waltz - 1948
    Acuff-Rose Publications; by R. Stewart, P.W. King
  • That Old Girl Of Mine - 1912
    Jerome H. Remick & Co.; E.V. Alstyne
  • That's How Much I Love You - 1946
    Vogue Music Corp.; by E. Arnold, W. Fowler, J.G. Hall
  • The Broadway - 1899
    Howley, Haviland & Co.
  • The Caissons Go Rolling Along - 1936
    Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • The Cauldron Rag - 1909
    Christensen School of Popular Music
  • There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere - 1942
    Bob Miller, Inc.; by P. Roberts, S. Darnell
  • They've Got Me Doin' It Now - 1913
    Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; by Irving Berlin
  • This Hour Is Yours - 1943
    Standard Oil Co. of California; by Julius Haug
  • This Is The Life - 1914
    Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; by Irving Berlin
  • Through A Long And Sleepless Night - 1949
    Miller Music Corp.; by A. Newman; Come To The Stable
  • Tie Me To Your Apron Strings Again - 1949
    Forster Music Publisher, Inc.; by Larry Shay
  • Ting-A-Ling - 1926
    Henry Waterson, Inc.; by Jack Little, Addy Britt
  • To You Sweetheart Aloha - 1939
    Select Music Publications, Inc.; by Harry Owens
  • Tomorrow - 1925
    Forster Music Publications, Inc.; by H.L. Spitalny, M. Wilhite
  • Too Fat Polka (She's Too Fat For Me) - 1947
    Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc.; by R. MacLean, A. Richardson
  • True Pal of Mine - 1921
    Dr. L. Parker; by Dr. Lawrence Parker
  • Trust In Me - 1936
    Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc.; by N. Wever, J. Schwartz, M. Ager
  • Twentieth Century Woman - 1896
    A.W. Norris; by Alfred W. Norris
  • Utah Trail, The - 1928
    Southern Music Pub. Co.; by Bob Palmer
  • Valse - 1889
    National Music Co.; by Aug. Durand
  • Victor March, The - 1906
    M. Witmark & Sons; by A. W. Pryor
  • Walter, Walter, Wildflower - 1923
    Robbins Engel, Inc.; by S. Coslow, W. Raskin
  • Waltz You Saved For Me, The - 1930
    Leo Feist, Inc.; by W. Khan, E. Flindt
  • Waltzes - 1947
    Irving Berlin Music Corporation; by Irving Berlin
  • Way Up Among Those Green Pine Trees - 1922
    Northern Music Co.; by Dr. Lawrence Parker
  • We Want Willkie - 1940
    Barbelle Music Co.; by H. Church, M.B. Allen
  • What A Court Hath Old England
    To the Tune: Derry Down
  • What Do I Care-What Do I Care: My Sweetie Turned Me Down - 1925
    Irving Berlin, Inc.; by G. Khan, W. Donaldson
  • What Have We Got To Lose - 1933
    Robbins Music Corp.; by G. Khan, C. Kent, L. Alter
  • When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again - 1931
    Southern Music Pub. Co.; by W. Walker, G. Sullivan
  • When The Lights Go On Again - 1942
    Campbell, Loft & Porgie, Inc.; by E. Seiler, S. Marcus, B. Benjemen
  • When Those Sweet Hawaiian Babies Roll Their Eyes - 1917
    Kalmar, Puck & Abrahams Consolidated, Inc.; by H. Ruby
  • When You Were Sweet Sixteen - 1898
    Sharpiro Music Publisher; by James Thornton
  • Where Has My Little Dog Gone? - 1938
    Robbins Music Corp.; by Al Feldman
  • Where The Blue Of The Night (Meets The Gold Of The Day) - 1931
    De Sylva, Brown And Henderson, Inc.; by R. Turk, B. Crosby, F. E. Ahlert
  • White Christmas - 1942
    Irving Berlin Music Co.; by Irving Berlin
  • White Christmas - 1942
    Irving Berlin Music Co.; by Irving Berlin; Holiday Inn
  • Who Do You Love I Hope - 1946
    Irving Berlin Music Co.; by Irving Berlin; Annie Get Your Gun
  • Wild Wild Women Are Making A Wild Man Of Me, The - 1917
    Al. Piantadosi & Co. Inc.; by H. Lewis, A. Wilson, A. Piantadosi
  • Winter Wonderland - 1934
    BVC, Inc.; by Felix Bernard
  • Wonderful Colordo - 1923
    Knight Campbell Music Co.; by A. H. Jones
  • Wyoming - 1920
    M. Witmark & Sons; by Gene Williams
  • Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula - 1916
    Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.; by E.R. Goetz, J. Young, P. Wendling
  • Yankee Doodle
    by Edward Bangs
  • You're The Flower Of My Heart, Sweet Adeline - 1903
    M. Witmark & Sons; Henry W. Armstrong

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