James Edward Myers Sheet Music Collection

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Subject Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

General and Country Music

Military Music

Jewish-American Music



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Collection Overview

Title: James Edward Myers Sheet Music Collection, 1836-1986Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: 12/9/96

Primary Creator: Myers, James Edward (1913-2001)

Extent: 8.2 cubic feet

Arrangement: Alphabetical by song title

Subjects: Military Music, Music, Music - United States, Musical Repertoires, Women

Formats/Genres: Papers

Languages: English, French, German

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of published sheet music documenting American culture through popular music and cover art imagery. The collection is organized in two series: Series 1, General and Country Music, 1862-1986 and Series 2, Military Music, 1836-1975. Early pre-1920 songs contain themes that focus primarily on life on the farm, while many post-1920 titles feature the "gayer" night-life of city dwellers. Love is the most popular theme encountered throughout the collection. Early traditional values of courtship represented in the music and lyrics of early 1900s become the swinging attitudes of the 1940s and 50s. The cover art also dramatically changes from hand drawn pictures to photographs.

The music and cover art within this collection reflects the changing culture and social attitudes in nineteenth- and twentieth-century American. Of particular interest are songs by such composers as Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Rogers and Hammerstein, and John Philip Sousa. Cover art of interest includes Irving Berlin's Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep, Cole Porter's I've got you under my skin, and Sousa's In Flanders fields the poppies grow, Solid men to the front, and We are coming.

The World War I music contained in the James Edward Myers Sheet Music Collection digital image repository was derived from the Myers collection and can be accessed through the website [https://digital.library.illinois.edu/collections/692ae4c0-c09b-0134-2371-0050569601ca-6]. This digital content documents not only what was produced by Midwestern music publishers but also offers a compelling cross-section of popular musical practices and tastes across the Midwest during the War.

Biographical Note

James Edward Myers (November 9, 1913 - December 7, 2001), a lifelong resident of Springfield, Illinois, graduated from the University of Illinois in 1936 with a degree in history and a fondness for the university bands, in which he played oboe and drums. The son of Albert Myers, a founder of the Myers Brothers department stores, James joined the US army in 1939 and served in Cuba and India during World War II.  Upon discharge, he married his wife, Edith, and returned to the University of Illinois to study agriculture. He farmed a 350-acre farm in Central Illinois from 1947 to 1953 that was noted for its agricultural innovations.  An injury forced retirement from farming; and in 1953 he returned to the family business, where he served as vice-president, remaining with the firm until 1968. He was extremely active in his community and was president or on the board of many civic organizations.

Myers was something of a Renaissance man and was a collector throughout his life. In the 1930s he journeyed to Guatemala, where he amassed an extensive collection of handcrafted fabrics and clothes of the Guatemalan natives, which he donated to the Illinois State Museum. After he retired, he bought the Lincoln-Herndon law offices building and, with two partners, restored it and opened it to the public. It was later sold to the state of Illinois. At the time of its opening, he also opened Prairie House, a pioneering showcase of US crafts, which remained in existence until 2010, exhibiting comporary art and ceramics, woodwork, glass, and jewelry. Myers also began collecting American books of humor, and his collection now forms part of the "wit and humor" holdings of the University's Rare Book & Manuscript Library. In his later years he established Lincoln-Herndon Press, which published books of humor compiled by himself and others. His books Jones, a novel, and The Bridge of Time, a nonfiction book about Israel, were published by A. S. Barnes.  A further novel, The Stones of Summerville, remains unpublished.  His extensive collection of American sheet music was built late in life. Myers specialized in music about and during wartime, and his single largest sub-collection consists of songs related to World War I. An amateur pianist, he was especially interested in the covers in his collection, which he regarded as underappreciated instances of a kind of folk art.

Subject/Index Terms

Military Music
Music
Music - United States
Musical Repertoires
Women

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Accruals: January 5, 2005. A second set of materials, now series 3, was donated on April 2, 2014 by Jamie Myers. Third and fourth sets of materials were donated on July 9, 2015 and July 28, 2015, by Jamie Myers. The majority of materials in the third set of donations have been added to Series 1. Materials in the fourth set of donations have been added to Series 1, 2, or 3 - based on their subject.

Access Restrictions: None.

Acquisition Method: The James Edward Myers Sheet Music Collection was donated to the University of Illinois on January 5, 2005

Related Materials: World War I music contained in the James Edward Myers Sheet Music Collection digital repository documents not only what was produced by Midwestern music publishers but also offers a compelling cross-section of popular musical practices and tastes across the Midwest during the War. For more information please see https://digital.library.illinois.edu/collections/692ae4c0-c09b-0134-2371-0050569601ca-6.

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Series 1: General and Country MusicAdd to your cart.
Contains published sheet music documenting the evolution of America''s popular music culture and marketing practices from 1862 until 1986.  Of particular interest is the transformation of music, lyrics, and graphic cover art from the age of vaudeville and Tin Pan Alley to the time of swing dance bands and Hollywood musicals.  Such works as Cole Porter`s The Laziest Gal in Town, Irvin Berlin`s My Sweetie, and Duke Ellington`s Don`t Get Around Much Anymore.  The Music is arranged alphabetically by titles and then chronologically. Additional materials added to Series 1 at a later date are also arranged alphabetically by titles and then chronologically, beginning with Box 25.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "12th Street Rag" - "12th Street Rag: Song Edition", 1914-1929Add to your cart.
"12th Street Rag," Euday L. Bowman, arr. by C.E. Wheeler (Kansas City, MO: J.W. Jenkin's Sons Music Co, 1919). "12th Street Rag," Euday L. Bowman, lyrics by Spencer Williams (Kansas City: J.W. Jenkins Sons Music Co, 1929), 2 copies. "12th Street Rag: Song Edition," Euday L. Bowman, lyrics by Andy Razaf (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, 1914).
Folder 2: "Abdullah the Crosseyed Mule" - "Any Time's the Time to Fall in Love", 1906-1984Add to your cart.
"Abdullah the Crosseyed Mule," Ellen Hodson Ford (U.S.: Gabbriel Music Co., 1983). "After They Gather the Hay," S.R. Henry, lyrics by J.J. Walker (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1906). "After You've Gone," Creamer and Layton (New York: Broadway Music Co., 1918). "Ain't She Somethin' Else," Jerry Foster and Bill Rice (Santa Monica, CA: Jack & Bill Co., 1984). "Ain't That a Shame!," Antoine Domino and Dave Bartholomew (Los Angeles, CA: Commodore Music Corp., 1955). "Aint We Got Fun," Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Gus Kahn and Raymond B. Egan (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1921), 2 copies. "Alabama Moon," George Hamilton Green (Cleveland, OH: Sam Fox Pub. Co., 1920). "Alexander's Ragtime Band," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin Music Corporation, 1938), 3 copies. "All American Girl," A.L. Lewis (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1932). "All Dressed Up...With a Broken Heart," Fred Patrick, Claude Reese, and Jack Val (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corportation, 1946). "Alley Cat," Frank Bjorn (New York: Metorion Music Corp., 1962), 2 copies. "All That I'm Asking Is Sympathy," Benny Davis and Joe Burke (New York: Joe Morris Music Co., 1929). "All the Quakers Are Shoulder Shakers," Pete Wendling, lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Edgar Leslie (New York: Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., 1919). "Along the Trail where the Blue Grass Grows," Cliff Friend (New York: Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., 1919). "Always Think of Mother," Billy James, lyrics by Lillian A. Ryan (Philadelphia, PA: M.D. Swisher, 1920). "Am I Blue?," Harry Akst, Grant Clarke (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1929). "And There You Are," Sammy Fain, lyrics by Ted Koehler (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1945). "An Hour Never Passes," Jimmy Kennedy (New York: Shapiro, Bernsetin & Co., Inc., 1944), 2 copies. "An Old Water Mill," Charlie Tobias, Jack School, and Murray Mencher (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1934). "Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore," Harold Spina, lyrics by Joe Young and Johnny Burke (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1933). "Any Little Girl, That's a Nice Little Girl, Is the Right Little Girl for Me," Fred Fischer, lyrics by Thomas J. Gray (New York: Shapiro, 1910). "Any Time," Herbert Happy Lawson (Beverly Hills, CA: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1948), 5 copies. "Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere," Max Kortlander, lyrics by Louis Weslyn (New York: Richmond Music Co., Inc., 1920), 3 copies. "Any Time's the Time to Fall in Love," Jack King, lyrics by Elsie Janis (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1930).
Folder 3: "Apple Sauce" - "Are You Sorry?", 1922-1933Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"Apple Sauce," Abe Lyman, Gus Arnheim, and Arthur Freed (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1922). "Aren't We All," B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., 1929). "Are You Makin' Any Money?," Herman Hupfeld (New York: Harms Inc., 1933). "Are You Lonesome To-night?," Roy Turk and Lou Handman (New York: Bourne Inc., 1926). "Are You Sorry?," Milton Ager, lyrics by Benny Davis (New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., 1925), 2 copies.
Folder 4: "Are You the O'Reilly?" - "At Home on the Farm", 1894-1931Add to your cart.
"Are You the O'Reilly?," Pat Rooney and P. Emmett, arr. by Calvin Grooms (New York: Leo. Feist, 1915). "Arrah Go On I'm Gonna Go Back to Oregon," Bert Grant, lyrics by Joe Young and Sam Lewis (New York: Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., 1916). "Ask the Rose," Abe Olman, lyrics by Jack Yellen (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher Inc., 1920). "As Time Goes By," Herman Hupfeld, (New York: Warner Bros. Publications Inc., 1931). "As Time Goes By," Herman Hupfeld (New York: Harms Inc., 1931). "At Home on the Farm," Will Kinns (Chicago: S. Brainard's Sons Co., 1894).
Folder 5: "Atlanta, G.A." - "At the End of the Lane in the Wildwood", 1921-1945Add to your cart.
"Atlanta, G.A.," Sunny Skylar and Artie Shaftel (New York: Stevens Music Corp., 1945). "At Peace with the World," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1926). "At Sundown," Walter Donaldson (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1927). "At the End of a Land," Norah Lee Haymond, lyrics by Amy Ashmore Clark (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1922). "At the End of the Lane in the Wildwood," A. Leopold Richard, lyrics by Minnie Neumann (Chicago: Legters Music Co., 1921).
Folder 6: "At the Old Cross Road" - "'A' - You're Adorable", 1917-1948Add to your cart.
"At the Old Cross Road," Gilbert C. Tennant (Baltimore, MD: The "Key" Music Pub. Co., 1919). "At the Old Farm Gate," Leo. Bennett, lyrics by Lou. Klein (New York: Charles D. Gallagher, 1917). "'A' - You're Adorable," Buddy Kaye, Fred Wise, and Sidney Lippman (New York: Laurel Music Co., 1948), 4 copies.
Folder 7: "Baby Don't Be Mad at Me" - "Baby, It's Cold Outside", 1926-1949Add to your cart.
"Baby Don't Be Mad at Me," Ticker Freeman, lyrics by Mack David (New York: Paramount Music Corp., 1946), 2 copies. "Baby Face," Benny Davis and Harry Akst, arr. by H.C. Redfield (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1926), 2 copies. "Baby, It's Cold Outside," Frank Loesser (New York: Susan Publications Inc., 1949).
Folder 8: "Back Home in Illinois" - "Beautiful Eggs", 1898-1954Add to your cart.
"Back Home in Illinois," Sam Stept and Milton Charles, lyrics by Coleman Goetz (Chicago: Milton Weil Music Co. Inc., 1925). "Back Home in Tennessee," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by William Jerome (New York: Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., 1915). "Back in Your Own Back Yard," Al Jolson, Billy Rose, and Dave Dreyer (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1928). "Back to my Home in Illinois," A. Dunlap, arr. by G.F. Shattuck (Chicago: S. Brainard's Sons Co., 1898). "Back to the Carolina You Love," Jean Schwartz, lyrics by Grant Clarke (New York: Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., 1914). "Back to the Old Folks at Home," Fleta Jan Brown (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1913). "Back where the Daffodils Grow," Walter Donaldson (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1924), 2 copies. "Back where the Daisies Grow," Bob and Don Elbel, lyrics by Geo. A. Little, arr. by Rube Bennett (Chicago: Harold Rossiter Music Col., 1927), 2 copies. "Back where the School Bell Rang," J. Eugene Johnson and William Nassann (Waterbury, CT: Johnson & Nassann Music Publishers, 1911). "The Ballad of Davy Crockett," George Bruns, lyrics by Tom Blackburn (New York: Wonderland Music Company, 1954). "The Band Played On," Charles B. Ward, lyrics by John F. Palmer (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1935). "Barn Dance," Henry S. Sawyer (Chicago: McKinley Music Co., 1908). "Barn Dance," Sydney P. Harris (Detroit, MI: The Sydney P. Harris Co., 1908), 2 copies. "A Barnyard Fable," Frieda Peychke (New York: Harold Flammer, Inc., 1923). "Be My Life's Companion," Bob Hilliar and Milton De Lugg (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., 1951). "Be Anything," Irving Gordon (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1952), 2 copies. "Beautiful Doll," Solly Ginsberg, lyrics by Al. B. White (Chicago: Marvin Lee Music Co., 1912). "Beautiful Eggs," Herman Paley, lyrics by Alfred Bryan (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1914).
Folder 9: "A Beautiful Lady in Blue" - "Bless Yore Beautiful Hide", 1888-1954Add to your cart.
"A Beautiful Lady in Blue," J. Fred Coots, lyrics by Sam M. Lewis (New York: Chappell & Co. Inc., 1935). "Because of You," William Neidlinger, lyrics by Martha Martin (New York: W.A. Pond & Co., 1926). "Because They All Love You," Jack Little, lyrics by Tommie Malie (New York: Henry Waterson, Inc., 1924). "Before I Grew Up to Love You," Max Friedman and Sam H. Stept (New York: Max Friedman Music Pub. Co., 1917). "Belle of Spain," William B. Fassbinder (Chicago: Lyle Music Publishing Co., 1910). "Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee," Henry I. Marshall, lyrics by Stanley Murphy (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1912), 2 copies. "Ben Bolt," Nelson Kneass and Thomas Dunn English (New York: Harper's Bazar, 1888). "At the Bend of the Old Farm Road," John T. McDonough (New York: M. Witmark & Sons., 1910). "The Best is Yet to Come," Cy Coleman, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Company, 1961). "The Best Things in Life Are Free," B.G. De Slyva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (New York: Crawford Music Corporation, 1927), 2 copies. "Be the Good Lord Willing," Jack Fulton (New York: Blossom Music Corporation, 1949). "The Better 'Ole," James Heard, Melville Gideon, and Herman Darewski (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1917). "Betty," Fred E. Ahlert, lyrics by Addy Britt and Jud Kline (New York: Henry Waterson, Inc., 1926). "Betty Co-ed," J. Paul Fogarty and Rudy Vallee (New York: Carl Fischer Inc., 1930). "The Bible Tells Me So," Dale Evans (New York: Famous Music Co., 1955), 2 copies. "Bidin' My Time," George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin (New York: New World Music Corp., 1930). "Billy Boy," arr. by Nick Manoloff (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1935). "Black Bottom," Ray Henderson, lyrics by G. de Sylva and Lew Brown (New York: Harms INc., 1926). "Bless Yore Beautiful Hide," Gene de Paul, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (New York: Robbins Music Co., 1954).
Folder 10: "Bless Your Ever Loving Little Heart" - "A Bluebird Singing in my Heart", 1911-1948Add to your cart.
"Bless Your Ever Loving Little Heart," Henry I. Marshall, lyrics by Stanley Murphy (New York: Chas. K. Harris, 1911). "Blue," Lou Handman, lyrics by Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie (New York: Stark & Cowan, 1922), 2 copies. "Blue Bird of Happiness," Sandor Harmati, lyrics by Edward Heyman and Harry Parr Davies (New York: T.B. Harms Co., 1940). "A Bluebird Singing in my Heart," Michel Emer, lyrics by Sammy Gallop (New York: Advanced Music Co., 1948).
Folder 11: "Blue Skies" - "Breezin' Along in the Breeze", 1922-1955Add to your cart.
"Blue Skies," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1927). "Blue Star," Victor Young, lyrics by Edward Heyman (New York: Victor Young Publications, Inc., 1955), 2 copies. "Bow Wow Blues," Cliff Friend and Nat. Osborne (Irving Berlin Inc., 1922). "Breezin' Along with the Breeze," Haven Gillespie, Seymour Simons, and Richard A. Whiting (Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1944), 2 copies.
Folder 12: "Bright Eyes" - "By the Old Red Mill", 1909-1950Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"Bright Eyes," Karl L. Hoschna, lyrics by O.A. Hauerbach (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1909). "Bring Back the Roses," Fred Fisher, lyrics by Alfred Bryan and Joe McCarthy (New York: McCarthy & Fisher Inc., 1918). "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?," Jay Gorney, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg (New York: Harms Inc., 1933). "Brown Eyes Why Are You Blue?," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Al. Bryan (New York: Henry Waterson, Inc., 1925). "Bungalow Love-Nest," Homer Goldman, lyrics by Ray Hibbeler (Chicago: Garrick Music Sales, 1924). "Bury Me Out on the Prairie," arr. by Nick Manoloff (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1935). "A Bushel and a Peck," Frank Loesser (new York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc., 1950). "Buzzer Rag," May Aufderheide (Indianapolis, IN: J.H. Aufderheide, 1909). "By a Lazy Country Lane," Bud Green and Sam H. Stept (New York: De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson Inc., 1931). "Bye Bye Blackbird," Ray Henderson, lyrics by Mort Dixon (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1926), 2 copies. "Bye Bye Blues," Fred Hamm, Dave Bennett, Bert Lown, and Chauncey Gray (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1930), 2 copies. "By Heck," S.R. Henry, lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Co., 1950). "By the Old Red Mill," Edward Stanly, lyrics by Violet Hudwon (Chicago: McKinley Music Co., 1911).
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Candlelight and Roses" - "Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming", 1862-1963Add to your cart.
"Candlelight and Roses," Willard Robison and John Klenner, lyrics by Billy Hill (New York: Shapiro, Bernsetin & Co., 1946). "Candy," Mack David, Joan Whitney, and Alex Kramer (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1944). "Candy and Cake," Bob Merrill (New York: Oxford Music Co., 1950). "Can't You Read Between the Lines?," Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1945). "Carolina in the Morning," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1922), 3 copies. "Carry me Back to the Lone Prairie," Carson J. Robison (New York: Mills Music Inc., 1934). "Cecilia," Dave Dreyer, lyrics by Herman Ruby (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1925). "Change Partners," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1938). "Changing Partners," Larry Coleman, lyrics by Joe Darion (New York: Porgie Music Corp., 1953). "Cheatin' On Me," Lew Pollack, lyrics by Jack Yellen (New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., 1925). "Checking Up On My Payments," Lee Roy Abernathy (Nashville, TN: John T. Benson Publishing Co., 1963). "Cheerie-Beerie-Be," Mabel Wayne, lyrics by Lewis and Young (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1927). "Cheer Up the Old Folks at Home," Lew Pollack, lyrics by Sidney D. Mitchell (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1924). "Chickery Chick," Sidney Lippman, lyrics by Sylvia Dee (New York: Santly-Joy Inc., 1945). "Choo Choo Boogie," John W. Schaum (New York: Belwin, Inc., 1944). "Chopsticks," Arthur De Lulli (New York: Century Music Publishing Co.). "City troop," H. Engelmann (Philadelphia, PA: Eclipse Publishing Co., 1896). "Clover Blossoms," Floyd Thompson (Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1906). "The Coat and Pants Do All the Work," Bert Hanlon, Benold Ross, and Larry Shay (Chicago: Milton Weil Music Co., 1927). "Coax Me," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Andrew Sterling (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1904). "Cock-a-Doodle I'm Off My Noodle: My Baby's Back," Howard Johnson, Al Sherman, and Chas. Tobias (New York: Bibo, Bloedon & Lang, 1926). "Collegiate," Moe Jaffe and Nat Bonx (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1925). "Come Back to Me My Sweetest Girl," Ramon Corpus, lyrics by Lawrence Ray (Boston, MA: R.G. Corgan & Co., 1917). "Come Back, Dixie!," Percy Wenrich, lyrics by Jack Mahoney (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1915). "Come Down Nellie to the Old Red Barn," Al. W. Brown, lyrics by Roger Lewis (New York: Victor Kremer Co., 1909). "Come Rain or Come Shine," Harold Arlen, lyric by Johnny Mercer (New York: A-M Music Corp., 1946). "Come, Take a Trip in My Air-Ship," George Evans, lyrics by Ren Shields (Chicago: Chas. K. Harris, 1904). "Come to the Fair," Easthope Martin, lyrics by Helen Taylor (New York: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., 1917). "Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming," Stephen C. Foster, arr. by William Dressler (New York: Firth, Pond & Co., 1862).
Folder 2: "Confessin'" - "A Cottage by the Moon", 1922-1948Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"Confessin'," Doc Daugherty and Ellis Reynolds, lyrics by Al. J. Neiburg (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1930), 2 copies. "Coquette," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1928). "Cornbelt Symphony," Nev Simons (New York: Mellin Music Corp., 1948). "Cornhuskey Rose," Howard Adamson (Lincoln, NE: 1922). "A Cottage by the Moon," Ralph Freed, Charles Tobias, and Peter de Rose (San Francisco, CA: Sherman, Clay & Co., 1935).
Folder 3: "Cotton Field Dance" - "County Fair", 1904-1950Add to your cart.
"Cotton Field Dance," Al. W. Brown (New York: McKinley Music Co., 1904). "Count Every Star," Bruno Coquatrix, lyrics by Sammy Gallop (New York: Paxton Music Inc., 1950). "Country Boy," Walter Kent, lyrics by Richard Jerome (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1934). "Country Boy," Wilbur Bascomb, William Johnson, lyrics by Robert B. Wright (New York: Lewis Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1944). "County Fair," F. Volpatti, Jr. (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1912).
Folder 4: "The Country Girl" - "Covered Wagon Days", 1914-1973Add to your cart.
"The Country Girl," F.L. Harris, lyrics by S.W. Furst (Buffalo, NY: Bixby & Bro., 1914). "Country Side of Life," M.R. Hirsch (Macon, GA: No Exit Music Co., Inc., 1973). "Count Your Blessings," Cole Porter (New York: Chappell & Co., Inc., 1944). "Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1952), 2 copies. "Covered Wagon Days," Will Morrissey and Joe Burrowes (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1923), 2 copies.
Folder 5: "A Cow and a Plough and a Frau!" - "Cross My Heart, Mother", 1878-1949Add to your cart.
"A Cow and a Plough and a Frau!," Morton Gould, lyrics by Dorothy Fields (New York: Chappell & Co., Inc., 1949). "Cowbells," Al. Piantadosi, lyrics by Sidney D. Mitchell and Lew Klein (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1922). "The Cowboy at Church," arr. by Mort. H. Glickman (Chicago, Calumet Music Co., 1935). "The Cows Are in the Corn," Herbert Leslie, lyrics by R.W. Gilder (Chicago: White, Smith & Co., 1878). "Crazy Words - Crazy Tune," Milton Ager, lyrics by Jack Yellen (New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, 1927), 2 copies. "Cross My Heart, Mother," Jack McCoy and Sam Williams, lyrics by AL. Piantadosi (New York: SHapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1925).
Folder 6: "Cross Patch" - "Cuddle Up a Little Closer", 1932-1954Add to your cart.
"Cross Patch," Vee Lawnhurst, lyrics by Tot Seymour (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1936). "Cross over the Bridge," Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss (New York: Laurel Music Corporation, 1954), 2 copies. "Cruising Down the River," Eily Beadell and Nell Tollerton (New York: Henry Spitzer Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1945), 2 copies. "Cuddle Up a Little Closer," Karl Hoschna, lyrics by Otto Harbach (New York: M. Witmark & Sons., 1932), 2 copies.
Folder 7: "Daddy Long Legs" - "Dance with a Dolly", 1918-1944Add to your cart.
"Daddy Long Legs," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Neville Fleeson (New York: Will Von Tilzer Pres., 1929), 2 copies. "Daddy Mine," Lew Wilson and Alfred Dubin (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1918). "Daddy You've Been a Mother to Me," Fred Fisher (New York: McCarthy and Fischer Inc., 1920), 2 copies. "Dance with a Dolly," Terry Shand, Jimmy Eaton, and Mickey Leader (New York: Shapior, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1944), 2 copies.
Folder 8: "Dancing Barn" - "Doin' What Comes Natur'lly", 1863-1856Add to your cart.
"Dancing Barn," Tom Turner, lyrics by Andy McKee (Brooklyn, NY: J.A. Babcock, 1878). "Dancing in the Barn," Tom Turner and Ed W. Orrin, arr. by Chas. E. Pratt (Philadelphia, PA: Elipse Publishing Co., 1907). "Dancing with Tears in My Eyes," Joe Burke, lyrics by Al Dubin (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1930). "Dapper Dan," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Lew Brown (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1921). "Dardanella," Felix Bernard and Johnny S. Black, lyrics by Fred Fisher (New York: McCarthy & Fisher Inc., 1919). "Darling Mother Mine," Alfred J. Hickey (New York: Alfred J. Hickey, 1921). "Darling, Say You Love Me Still," unknown (Cincinnati, OH: John Church, 1863). "The Daughter of K-K-K-Katy," Mel Lewis, Charles Abbot, Frank Crumit, Jack Shilkret (New York: Robbins Music Corportation, 1942). "A Day in the Country," Sammy Fain, lyrics by Paul Francis Webster (New York: Paramount Music Corp., 1956). "The Day You Went Away," Jimmy Wakely (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1942). "The Dearest Pal," Fred Asmus, Jr., lyrics by Phil Shapiro and Jack Bankey (Buffalo, NY: 1926). "Dear Heart," W.C. Polla and Willard Goldsmith, lyrics by Jean Lefavre (Hartford, CT: C.C. Church & Co., 1919), 2 copies. "Dearly Beloved," Jermone Kern, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (New York: T.B. Harms Company, 1942). "Dear Old Fashioned Mother," Leo. Friedman, lyrics by Maude Ellingham (Chicago, IL: Ted Browne Music Co., 1920). "Dear Old Girl," Theodore Morse, lyrics by Richard Henry Buck (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1931). "Dear Old Gal," Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Raymond B. Egan (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1920). "Dear Old Ma," Henry S. Sawyer, lyrics by Jack Forst (New York: Frank K. Root & Co., 1915). "'Deed I Do," Walter Hirsch and Fred Rose (New York: Laurel Music Co., 1948). "Don Swander, lyrics by June Hershey (Hollywood, CA: Melody Lane Publications, Inc., 1941), 3 copies. "Dewey at Manila Bay," Martha Moses Peckham, lyrics by Lilian Budington (New York: Windsor Music Co., 1898. "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend," Leoe Robin and Jule Styne (New York: Dorsey Brothers Music, 1949). "Did You Ever See a Dream Walking," Harry Revel, lyrics by Mack Gordon (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1933). "Did You Mean It?," Phil Baker, Sid Silvers, and Abe Lyman (New York: Shapior, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1927). "Did You Mean It?," Mort Dixon and Jesse Greer (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1936). "Dis Leur Bonjour Pour Moi," Benny Davis and Carmen Lombardo, lyrics by R. Beaudry (New York: Davis Coots, & Engel, Inc.: 1931). "Dixieland Favorites," arr. by Frank Metis (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1966). "Dixie Lullaby," Harold Dixon, lyrics by David Portnoy (St. Louis, MO: Dixon-Lane Pub. Co., 1919). "Do as You Would Be Did By," Al Hoffman and Dick Manning (New York: Joy Music Inc., 1955). "Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief," Hoagy Carmichael, lyrics by Paul Franics WEbster (New York: Melrose Music Corp., 1945). "Do I Know What I'm Doing???," Billy Rose and Fred Fischer (Chicago: Milton Weil Music Co., 1926). "Doin' What Comes Natur'lly," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1946), 4 copies.
Folder 9: "Don't Be Angry" - "Do You Miss Your Sweetheart", 1902-1954Add to your cart.
"Don't be Angry," Walter Donaldson (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1926). "Don't Bring Lulu," Ray Henderson, lyrics by Billy Rose and Lew Brown (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1925). "Don't Cry, Little Girl, Don't Cry," Maceo Pinkard (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1918). "Don't Fence Me In," Cole Porter (New York: Harms Inc., 1954), 2 copies. "Don't Forget Your Dad Loved You Too," Will Brookhouse, lyrics by Frank Davis (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1916). "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," Duke Ellington, lyrics by Bob Russell (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1942), 3 copies. "Don't Go Away," Jess. Feiber, lyrics by Milt. Feiber (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1914). "Don't You Know I Care," Duke Eilington, lyrics by Mack Davis (New York: Paramount Music Corp., 1944). "Doodle-Doo-Doo," Art Kassel and Mel Stitzel (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1924), 2 copies. "Down Among the Sheltering Palms," Abe Olman, lyrics by James Brockman (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1948). "Down Among the Sugar-Cane," Peter De Rose, lyrics by Charles Tobias and Sidney Clare (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1929). "Down at the Old Swimming Hole," Al Wilson and Jim Brennan (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Co., 1921). "Down By the Old Apple Tree," Al. Wilson and Jas. A. Brennan (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Co., 1922), 2 copies. "Down in the Old Apple Orchard," Ted Garton and Max Clay, lyrics by Will R. Garton (Boston, MA: Garton Brothers Music Publishers, 1917). "Down in the Old Cherry Orchard," S.R. Henry, lyrics by Alfred Bryan (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1907), 2 copies. "Down on the Farm," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Raymond A. Browne (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1902), 4 copies. "Down on the Farm," J.H. Andino, lyrics by Mrs. F.T. Churchill (New York: John T. Hall Music Pub. Co., 1914). "Down On the Farm," Billy Dale, Charles Parrott, Jimmy Adams & Harry Harrison (New York: Skidmore Music Co. Inc., 1923), 4 copies. "Down on the Farm in Harvest Time," Dick Richards, lyrics by Andrew K. Allison (New York: F.B. Haviland Pub. Co. Inc., 1913), 2 copies. "Down the Lane to Home Sweet Home," Alvin Crocker (Cilnton, MO: Alvin Crocker and Fred E. Wilkinson, 1929). "Down the Trail to Home Sweet Home," Ernest R. Ball (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1920). "Down Where the Cotton Blossoms Grow," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Andrew B. Sterlin (New York: Shapiro, Bernstien & Von Tilzer, 1901). "Down Where the Yellow Corn is Waving," Raymond White, lyrics by Fred J. Barnes (Troy, NY: Koninsky Music Co., 1905). "Do You, Don't You, Will You, Won't You," George A. Little, Larry Schaetzlein, and Howard Bros (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1923). "Do You Miss Your Sweetheart," David Saxon, lyrics by Buddy Kaye (New York: Paramount Music Corporation, 1942).
Folder 10: "Do You Take this Woman for Your Lawful Wife?" - "Dream Pal", 1913-1944Add to your cart.
"Do You Take this Woman for Your Lawful Wife?," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1913). "Dream," Johnny Mercer (New York: Capitol Songs, Inc., 1944), 2 copies. "Dream Pal," Billy Baskette, uke. arr. by Jeanne Gravelle (New York: Henry Waterson, Inc., 1925).
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Dreaming Out on the Prairie" - "Dreams of Mother", 1913-1946Add to your cart.
"Dreaming Out on the Prairie," Joseph Estella (New York: Bruce Humphries, Inc., 1946). "Dreaming Sweet Dreams of Mother," Jas. H. Brennan, lyrics by Jack Caddigan (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1918). "Dreams," Stevie Nicks (Hollywood, CA: 1978). "Dreams of Mother," Jas. A. Brennan, lyrics by Jack Caddigan (Boston, MA: 1913).
Folder 2: "Dumb Dora" - "D'ye Love Me?", 1924-1955Add to your cart.
"Dumb Dora," Abner Silver and Sam Coslow (New York: Stark & Cowan Inc., 1924). "Dungaree Doll," Sherman Edwards, lyrics by Ben Raleigh (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 1955), 3 copies. "D'ye Love Me?," Jerome Kern, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II (New York: T.B. Harms Co., 1925).
Folder 3: "Easy Street" - "Empty Saddles", 1936-1942Add to your cart.
"Easy Street," Alan Rankin Jones (Hollywood, CA: Vanguard Songs 1941). "Embraceable You," George Gershwin (New York: New World Music Corporation, 1942), 3 copies. "Empty Saddles," Billy Hill (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1936).
Folder 4: "Enjoy Yourself" - "Every Little Bit Added to What You've Got Makes Just a Little Bit More", 1907-1948Add to your cart.
"Enjoy Yourself," Carl Sigman, lyrics by Herb Magidson (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc., 1948), 5 copies. "Everybody Rag with Me," Grace Le Boy, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1914). "Every Little Bit Added to What You've Got Makes Just a Little Bit More," William A. Dillon and Laurence M. Dillon (New York: Helf & Hager Co., 1907).
Folder 5: "Everything Is Hosty Totsy" - "Ev'ry Time", 1918-1986Add to your cart.
"Everything Is Hotsy Totsy," Jimmy McHugh and Irving Mills (New York: Jack Mills Inc., 1925). "Everything Is Peaches Down in Georgia," Milton Ager and George W. Meyer, lyrics by Grant Clarke (New York: Leo. Feist INc., 1918), 2 copies. "Everything's Coming Up Roses," Jule Styne, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim (New York: Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim, 1959). "Everytime You Go Outside I Hope It Rains," Hal Coleman and Ken Gibbons (New York: Lowery Music Co. Inc., 1986). "Everywhere You Go," Larry Shay, Joe Goodwin, and Mark Fisher (New York: Lombardo Music Inc., 1949). "Ev'rybody's Seen Him But His Daddy," Jack Segal, Bob Hilliard, Billy Hayes (New York: Edward B. Marks Corp., 1945). "Ev'ry Time," Gordon Jenkins (New York: A.B.C. Music Corp., 1944).
Folder 6: "Farewell, My Annabelle" - "The Farmer Takes a Wife", 1865-1946Add to your cart.
"Farewell, My Annabelle," W. R. Williams (Chicago: Will Rossiter Publisher, 1905). "Farewell Song of Enoch Arden," Sep. Winner (Philadelphia, PA: Lee & Walker, 1865). "The Farmer Boy," F.L. Harris, lyrics by S.W. Furst (Buffalo, NY: Bixby & Bro.: 1914). "Farmer Feeds Us All," Knowles Shaw, arr. by Tos. A'Becket, Jr. (Philadelphia, PA: J.M. Armstrong, 1874). "A Farmer's Life Is a Very Merry Life," Josef Myrow, lyrics by Mack Gordon (New York: Triangle Music Corp., 1946). "The Farmer's Song," Julia Leverett (New York: William A. Pond & Co., 1873). "The Farmer Takes a Wife," Charlie Tobias, Ralph Freed, and Murray Mencher (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1935).
Folder 7: "The Farmer Took Another Load Away! Hay! Hay!" - "Feudin' and Fightin'", 1866-1947Add to your cart.
"The Farmer Took Another Load Away! Hay! Hay!," Edgar Leslie, Charles O'Flynn, and Larry Vincent (New York: Clarke & Leslie Songs, Inc., 1925). "Father Don't Drink Any Now!," Frank Howard (Detroit: J. Henry Whittemore, 1866). "Father of the Land We Love," George M. Cohan (Washington, D.C.: United States George Washington Bicentennial Commission, 1931), 3 copies. "The Fatherland, the Motherland, the Land of My Best Girl," Harry Carroll, lyrics by Ballard MacDonald (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., 1914). "Feather Your Nest," Kendis, Brockman, and Howard Johnson, french text by A. Bollaert (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1920). "Feudin' and Fightin'," Burton Lane, lyrics by Al Dubin and Burton Lane (New York: Chappell & Co., 1947), 2 copies.
Folder 8: "Fit as a Fiddle" - "For Every Boy Who's on the Level", 1906-1949Add to your cart.
"Fit as a Fiddle," Al Hoffman and Al Goodhart, lyrics by Arthur Freed (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1932). "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue," Ray Henderson, lyrics by Sam Lewis and Joe Young (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1925 and 1949), 2 copies. "Fleur-De-Lys, Flow'r of France, Bloom Again," Robert Levenson, french lyrics by Henri Herigault Pelletier (Boston, MA: D.W. Cooper, 1919). "The Flower of the Ranch," Jos. E. Howard (New York: Chas. K. Harris, 1906). "Flying Home," Benny Goodman and Lionel Hampton, lyrics by Sid Robin (New York: Regent Music Corp., 1941). "Foolish Child," Lindsay McPhail and Roy Bargy, lyrics by Jack Nelson (New York: L.B. Curtis, 1923). "For Every Boy Who's on the Level," Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson, and Gilbert Dodge (New York: Joe Morris Music Co., 1920).
Folder 9: "For Me and My Gal" - "Fussy Old Maids from Lynn", 1909-1938Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"For Me and My Gal," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Edgar Leslie and E. Ray Goetz (New York: Mills Music, Inc., 1932). "For Me and My Gal," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Edgar Leslie and E. Ray Goetz (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1917), 3 copies. "For Old Times' Sake," B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., 1928). "For You Bright Eyes," Karl Hoschna, lyrics by Otto Hauerbach (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1909). "Friendship from Dubarry Was a Young Lady." "From the Land of the Sky-Blue Water," Charles Wakefield Cadman, lyrics by Nelle Richmond Eberhart (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., 1937). "The Funny Old Hills," Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger (New York: Paramount Music Corp., 1938), 2 copies. "Fussy Old Maids from Lynn," Chas. W.A. Ball, lyrics by Willis N. Bugbee (Syracuse, NY: The Willis N. Bugbee Co., 1925).
Folder 10: "The Gambler" - "Gee, It's Good to Hold You", 1883-1978Add to your cart.
"The Gambler," Don Schlitz (Nashville, TN: Writers Night Music, 1978). "Gather in the Grain," Charles Mayer (New York: S.T. Gordon & Son, 1883). "Gee, But It's Great to Meet a Friend from Your Home Town," Jas. McGavisk, lyrics by William Tracey (New York: NYBO Music Pub. Co., 1910), 2 copies. "Gee, It's Good to Hold You," Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher (New York: Capitol Songs, Inc., 1945).
Folder 11: "The Gem Dance Folio" - "Good-Bye Cherry Blossom", 1903-1967Add to your cart.
"The Gem Dance Folio," arr. by Elliott Shapiro (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1937. "Gentle on My Mind," John Hartford (Nashville, TN: Glaser Publications, Inc., 1967). "Georgia Lullaby," Charles Cordray (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, Inc., 1924). "Geraldine," Henry Lodge (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1915). "Get Out and Get Under the Moon," Larry Shay, lyrics by Chas. Tobias and William Jerome (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1928). "Giddy Giddap! Go On! Go On!," Jack Frost (New York: Frank K. Root & Co., 1917). "On the 'Gin 'Gin 'Ginny Shore," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Edgar Leslie (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1922). "The Girl in the Bonnet of Blue," Ross Parker (London: Irwin Dash Music Co., Ltd., 1938). "Girl of Mine," Harold Freeman (New York: A.J. Stasny Music Co., 1919), 2 copies. "The Girl that he Loves Best," Edward W. Corliss, rev. by H.L. Harts and W.F. Garcelon (Boston, MA: White-Smith Music Publishing Co., 1918). "Give a Little Credit to Your Dad," Nat Vincent, lyrics by William Tracey (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1916), 2 copies. "Give Me a Night in June," Cliff Friend (New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1927). "The Glow-Worm," Paul Lincke, lyrics by Lilla A. Robinson (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 1952). "The Glow-Worm," Paul Lincke, lyrics by Lilla Cayley Robinson (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1907). "God Gives Us One Mother That's All," Billy Frisch, lyrics by Lew Brown (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1919). "God Is Ever Beside Me," Peter De Rose, lyrics by Florence Tarr (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1944). "God Is So Wonderful," Virginia Marshall (Waco, TX: Word, Inc., 1967). "God's Country," Harold Arlen, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg (New York: Chappell & Co., Inc., 1938). "Goin' On a Hayride," Ralph Blane (New York: Chappell & Co., Inc., 1952). "The Gold Diggers of Broadway," Joe Burke, lyrics by Al Dubin (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1929). "Golden Sunset," John T. Hall (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1903), 2 copies. "The Golden Years," Von Suppe, arr. and lyrics by Jay Lingston and Ray Evans (New York: Paramount Music Corp., 1953). "Gone Again Gal," Isham Jones, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1926). "Gone Fishin'," Nick and Charles Kenny (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1950). "Good-bye, Cherry Blossom," Edw. Allen Stickney, arr. by frank E. Barry, lyrics by Charles Forest Wilkins (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher Inc., 1917).
Folder 12: "Good-Bye, Good Luck, God Bless You" - "Good Mornin'", 1913-1937Add to your cart.
"Good-Bye, Good Luck, God Bless You," Ernest R. Ball, lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1916). "Good-Bye Summer, So Long Fall, Hello Wintertime," Percy Wenrich, lyrics by Jac Mahoney (New York: The Wenrich-Howard Co., 1913). "Good-Little Bad-Little You," Bud Green and Sam H. Stept (New York: Green & Stept Inc., 1928). "Good Mornin'," Sam Coslow (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1937).
Folder 13: "Good News" - "Granny", 1865-1950Add to your cart.
"Good News," B.G. De Slyva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1927). "Goodnight, Irene," Huddie Ledbetter and John Lomax (New York: Spencer Music Corp., 1950). "Good Night Sweetheart," Ray Noble, Jimmy Campbell, and Reg. Connelly (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1931). "Goody Goody," Johnny Mercer and Matt Malneck (New York: Crawford Music Corp., 1936). "A Grand Vocal Medley," P.P. Bliss (Chicago: Root & Cady, 1865). "Granny," Alex Belledna, lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert (New York: Gilbert & Friedland Inc., 1919).
Folder 14: "Granny" - "Green, Green Hills of Home", 1922-1944Add to your cart.
"Granny," Harry Akst, lyrics by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1922). "The Grass Grows Greener," Dan Dougherty, lyrics by Jack Yellen (New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., 1928). "Great Day," Vincent Youmans, lyrics by William Rose and Edward Eliscu (New York: Vincent Youmans, Inc., 1929). "Green, Green Hills of Home," Abner Silver, lyrics by Nick Kenny and Charles Kenny (New York: Lincoln Music Corp., 1944).
Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Ha! Ha! Don't Make Me Laugh!" - "Hang Out the Front Door Key", 1924-1961Add to your cart.
"Ha! Ha! Don't Make Me Laugh!," Paul Cunningham (New York: Rainbow Music Corp.,1924). "Hail Columbia," arr. by Louis Victor Saar (St. Louis, MO: Art Publication Society, 1935). "Hair of Silver, Heart of Gold," Ray R. Canning (Salt Lake City, UT: Jan T. Curch Music Co., 1961). "Halloween," Harvey Worthington Loomis (St. Louis, MO: Art Publication Society, 1951). "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane," arr. by Nick Manoloff (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1935), 2 copies. "Hang Out the Front Door Key," unknown (undated).
Folder 2: "Happy As the Day Is Long" - "He's My Guy", 1898-1964Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"Happy As the Day Is Long," Harold Arlen, lyrics by Ted Koehler (New York: Arko Music Corp., 1961). "Happy Days Are Here Again," Milton Ager, lyrics by Jack Yellen (New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, 1929). "The Happy Hippopotamus and the Curious Camel, J. Lilian Vandevere (St. Louis, MO: Art Publication Society, 1934). "Happy Little Country Girl," Irving Berlin (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1913). "Harold Teen," Joe Sanders (Chicago: Joe Sanders, 1928). "When the Harvest Moon Is Shining," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1920). "Have a Heart," Jerome Kern (New York: T.B. Harms, 1916). "Have You Forgotten So Soon," Abner Silver, lyrics by Edward Heyman and Sam Coslow (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1938). "Have You Got Any Castles, Baby?," Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (New York: Harms Inc., 1937). "The Haymakers' Barn Dance," W.C. Powell (Philadelphia, PA: Joseph Morris, 1908). "Heartaches," Al Hoffman, lyrics by John Klenner (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1942). "Hear the Pipers Calling, Jenny Mine!," Bennet Scott, lyrics by A.J. Mills (New York: Francis, Day & Hunter, 1905). "Heather Bells," Gastav Lange (Philadelphia, PA: Eclipse Publishing Co., 1907). "He Enlisted with the U.S. Volunteers," W.R. Williams (Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1898). "Hello Bluebird," Cliff Friend (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1926). "Hello Central, Give Me Heaven," Chas. K. Harris, arr. by Jos. Clauder (New York: Chas. K. Harris, 1901). "Hello! Everybody, Glad to See You Here," Harry C. Eldridge (Franklin, OH: Eldridge Entertainment House, 1920). "Hello, Dolly!," Jerry Herman, arr. by Ethel Smith (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc., 1964). "The Hen and the Cow," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Irving Caesar and Alfred Bryan (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1920), 2 copies. "The Hen Pecks," A. Baldwin Sloane, words by Glen MacDonaugh (New York: Chas. K. Harris, 1911). "He May Be Old But He's Got Young Ideas," Howard Johnson, Alex Gerber, and Harry Jentes (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1916). "Her Old Fashioned Homestead on the Hill," John J. Donahue (Lawrence, MA: John. J. Donahue, 1910), 2 copies. "He's a Devil," Irving Berlin, lyrics by Grant Clark and Irving Berlin (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1914). "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands," arr. by Wesley Schaum (New York: Belwin, Inc., 1959), 2 copies. "He's Just Like You," Albert Von Tilze, lyrics by Lew Brown (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1917). "He's My Guy," Don Raye and Gene De Paul (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1942).
Folder 3: "He Went in Like a Lion and Came Out Like a Lamb" - "Honest and Truly", 1905-1970Add to your cart.
"He Went in Like a Lion and Came Out Like a Lamb," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1920). "Hey, Look Me Over," Cy Coleman, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh (New York: Morley Music Co., 1961), 3 copies. "Hey! Mister Joshua," Lester W. Keith, lyrics by John Kemble (Boston, MA: Walter Jacobs, 1905). "The High Cost of Loving," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Alfred Bryan (New York: Leo. Feist, 1914). "Hi-Ho The Merrio," Con Conrad, lyrics by Lew Brown and Benny Davis (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1926). "A Hill Billy Wedding in June," Freddie Owen and Frankie More, arr. by Jean Walz (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1933), 5 copies. "Hi, Neighbor!," Jack Owens (New York: Broadcast Music Inc., 1941). "His Eye Is on the Sparrow," Charles H. Gabriel (Waco, TX: Charles H. Gabriel, 1966). "Hit Parade Extras Song Folio," arr. by Edwin H. Morris (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., 1947). "Hits from Hollywood," arr. by Russ Taylor (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1970). "Hits of the Month, No. 36" (New York: Ethel Smith Music Corp., 1959). "Hold Me Just a Little Closer," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Ben Barnett (New York: 1911). "Holy Smoke," Royal Marsh, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (New York: Saintly-Joy Select, Inc., 1939). "A Home on the Range," arr. by Nick Manoloff (Chicago, Calumet Music Co., 1935). "Home on the Range," Harold Potter (Philadelphia, PA: Morris Music Pub. Co., 1932). "Homesick - That's All," Gordon Jenkins (New York: Mayfair Music Corp., 1945). "Honest and Truly," Fred Rose, rev. by Leo Wood (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1924).
Folder 4: "Honey" - "Hoop-Dee-Doo", 1904-1954Add to your cart.
"Honey," Seymour Simons, Haven Gillespie, and Richard A. Whiting (New York: Leo. Feist, 1928), 2 copies. "Honeycomb," Bob Merrill (New York: Hawthorn Music Corp., 1954). "Hoo-oo!," Herbert Ingraham (New York: Maurice Shapiro 1908). "Hoop-Dee-Doo," Milton DeLugg, lyrics by Frank Loesser (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc., 1950), 5 copies.
Folder 5: "Hot Diggity" - "Howdy!", 1916-1946Add to your cart.
"Hot Diggity," Al Hoffman and Dick Manning (New York: Roncom Music Co., 1946), 3 copies. "How About a Word of Praise for Dear Old Dad?," E.M. Moffatt (Bingham Lake, MN: E.M. Moffatt, 1916). "How Could Red Riding Hood?," R.D. Whichard, lyrics by A.P. Randolph (New York: A.P. Randolph, 1925), 2 copies. "Howdy!," Josh, lyrics by Ted (Cleveland, OH: Sam Fox Publishing Co., 1918).
Folder 6: "Howdy" - "Huckleberry Finn", 1917-1963Add to your cart.
"Howdy," Edna Randolph Worrell, words by Lida Keck-Wiggins (Dayton, OH: L.M. Paine, 1923). "How's Your Folks and My Folks," Cal De Voll and Dudley Mecum (Chicago: Ted browne Music Co., 1925). "How the West Was Won," New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1963). "How 'Ya Gonna 'Em Down on the Farm?," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1919), 2 copies. "Huckleberry Finn," Cliff Hess, Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1917), 2 copies.
Folder 7: "A Huggin' and a Chalkin'" - "The Hut-Sut Song", 1926-1946Add to your cart.
"A Huggin' and a Chalkin'," Clancy Hayes and Kermit Goell (New York: Hudwon Music Corp., 1946). "Hum Your Troubles Away," Cliff Friend and Harry Woods (New York: Leo. Feist, 1926). "A Hundred and Sixty Acres," David Kapp (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1948). "A Hundred Years from To-day," Victor Young, lyrics by Joseph Young and Ned Washington (New York: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 1933). "Hurt," Harold Solomon, lyrics by Al. Piantadosi (New York: Phil Kornheiser, 1930). "The Hut-Sut Song," Leo V. Killion, Ted McMichael, and Jack Owens (Hollywood, CA; 1941).
Folder 8: "I Ain't Down Yet" - "I'd Like a Little Loving, Now and Then", 1907-1961Add to your cart.
"I Ain't Down Yet," Meredith Willson (New York: Frank Music Corp., 1961). "I Can't Say No," Richard Rodgers, words by Oscar Hammerstein II (New York: Williamson Music, Inc., 1943). "I Came to Say Good-Bye Sweetheart," Felix Pisani (Cascade, NH: Felix Pisani, 1944). "I Can't Believe that You're in Love with Me," Clarence Gaskill and Jimmy McHugh (New York: Mills Music, Inc., 1926). "I'd Do It All Over Again," Dick Robertson, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1945). "I'd Like a Little Loving, Now and Then," Tom Kelley, words by Earle C. Jones (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1907).
Folder 9: "I'd Love to Fall Asleep and Wake Up in My Mammy's Arms" - "If I Were a Rich Man", 1916-1964Add to your cart.
"I'd Love to Fall Asleep and Wake Up in My Mammy's Arms," Fred E. Ahlert, lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, Co., 1920). "I Don't Believe It - But Say It Again," Abner Silver, lyrics by Harry Richman (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1926). "I Don't Know Enough About You," Peggy Lee and Dave Barbour (New York: Campbell-Porgle Inc., 1946). "I Don't Know Why," Fred. E. Ahlert, lyrics by Roy Turk (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1946). "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire," Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Bennie Benjamen, and Eddie Durham (New York: Cherio Music Publishers Inc., 1941), 3 copies. "I Don't Want to Walk Without You," Jule Styne, lyrics by Frank Loesser (New York: Paramount Music Corporation, 1941), 5 copies. "I'd Rather Be a Country Girl," Harry Tobias (New York: Harry Tobias, 1916). "I'd've Baked a Cake," Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, and Clem Watts (New York: Robert Music Corp., 1950), 4 copies. "If I Could Be with You," Henry Creamer and Jimmy Johnson (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1926), 2 copies. "If I Could Just Stop Dreaming," Irene Beasley (Chicago: Dixon-Lane Music Pub. Co. Inc., 1925). "If I Had a Girl Life You," Louis W. McDermott (New York: Leo. Feist, 1930). "If I Had a Talking Picture of You from the Picture Sunny Side Up," B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1929). "If I Had My Life to Live Over," Larry Vincent, Henry Tobias, and Moe Jaffe (New York: General Music Publishing Co., 1943).  "If I Had My Way," James Kendis, lyrics by Lou Klein (New York: Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., 1939), 2 copies. "If I Knock the 'L' Out of Kelly," Bert Grant, lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1916). "If I Love You," Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (New York: Williamson Music, Inc., 1945). "If I Were a Bell," Frank Loesser (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Company Inc., 1950). "If I Were a Country-Side," Lincoln Chase  (New York: Raleigh Music Co., 1956). "If I Were a Rich Man," Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick (New York: Sunbeam Music Inc., 1964).
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Folder 1: "I Found a Million Dollar Baby" - "I'm A'Whistlin", 1889-1951Add to your cart.
"I Found a Million Dollar Baby," Billy Rose and Fred Fisher (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1926), 2 copies. "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain If I Knew I'd Find You," Lew Brown and Sidney Clare (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1926). "If the Folks Down Home Could See Me Now," Bob Adams (Chicago: Victor Kremer Co., 1906). "If Winter Comes," H.M. Tennent, lyrics by Reginald Arkell (New York: Chappell-Harms, Inc., 1922). "If You had All the Wolrd and Its Gold," Al. Piantadosi, lyrics by Bartley Costello and Harry Edelheit (New York: Al. Piantadosi & Co. Inc., 1916). "If You Only Had My Disposition," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Chas McCarron (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1915). "If You Were the Only Girl," Nat D. Ayer, lyrics by Clifford Grey (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1916). "If You Were the Only Girl," Nat D. Ayer, lyrics by Clifford Grey (New York: Chappell & Co., Inc., 1929). "I Got Cattle to Tend," Al Randolph and Red River Dane (New York: Al Randolph Publications, 1945). "I Got the Sun in the Morning," Irving Berlin (undated), 2 copies."I Hadn't Anyone Till You," Ray Nobel (New York: ABC Music Corp., 1938), 2 copies. "I Just Kissed Your Picture Goodnight," Walter Kent, lyrics by Mack David (New York: Crawford Music Corp., 1942). "I Know I Got More than My Share," Grant Clarke and Howard Johnson (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1916). "I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen," Irving Berlin (New York: This is the Army Inc., 1942). "I Like Mountain Music," Frank Weldon, lyrics by James Cavanaugh (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1933). "I Like the Wide Open Spaces," Ken Murrary, Royal Foster, and Chas. Wick (New York: Meridian Music Corp., 1951). "I'll Be Around," Alec Wilder (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., 1942). "I'll Be Home at Harvest Time," Alfred Solman, lyrics by Arthur J. Lamb (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1908). "I'll Be Seeing You," Sammy Fain, lyrics by Irving Kahal (New York: Williamson Music, Inc., 1938). "I'll Be with You in Apple Blossom Time," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Neville Fleeson (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1920). "I'll Buy that Dream," Allie Wrubel, lyrics by Herb Magidson (New York: Burke and Van Heusen, Inc., 1945). "I'll Dance at Your Wedding," Ben Oakland, lyrics by Herb Magidson (New York: George Simon, Inc., 1947). "I'll Get By," Fred Ahlert, lyrics by Roy Turn (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1943). "The Illinois Loyalty Song," T.H. Guild (Chicago: Melrose Bros. Music Co., 1907). "I'll Never Miss You Again," Jack Partington, Mort Harris, and Ben Black (San Francisco, CA: Villa Moret, Inc., 1925). "I'll See You in My Dreams," Isham Jones, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1924). "I'll Tell You How It Was," Barney McDonough (New York: Geo. M. Klenk & Co., 1889). "I'll Wait for You," Egbert van Alstyne, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1919). "I Love Me," Edwin J. Weber, lyrics by Jack Hoins and Will Mahoney (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1923), 3 copies. "I Love to Whistle," Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Harold Adamson (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1938), 2 copies. "I'm a Dear Little, Sweet Little Baby," Philip Greely, lyrics by Laurie La Bogue (New York: White-Smith Music Publishing Co., 1898). "I'm a Dreamer, Aren't We All," B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., 1929). "I'm a Lonesome Little Rain Drop," James F. Hanley, lyrics by Joe Goodwin and Murray Roth (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1920). "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," Harry Carroll, lyrics by Joseph McCarthy (New York: McCarthy & Fisher, Inc., 1918). "I'm Askin Ye Ain't It the Truth," Jack Norworth and Al. Piantadosi (New York: Fred Fisher Inc., 1922). "I'm A-Whistlin'," Jimmy Eaton and Terry Shand (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1947), 2 copies.
Folder 2: "I May Be Gone for a Long, Long Time" - "Irvina", 1902-1950Add to your cart.
"I May Be Gone for a Long, Long Time," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Lew Brown (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1917). "I May Be Wrong," Henry Sullivan, lyrics by Harry Ruskin (New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., 1929). "I'm Beginning to See the Light," Harry James, Duke Ellington, Johnny Hordges, and Don George (New York: Grand Music Corp., 1944). "I'm Coming Home," Frank Magine, lyrics by Tom Post (Chicago: Paramont Music Publishing Co., 1917), 2 copies. "I'm Confessin'," Doc Daugherty and Ellis Reynolds, lyrics by Al J. Neiburg (New York: Bourne inc., 1930). "I'm Drifting Back to Dreamland," Jack Sadler, lyrics by Florence Charlesworth and Charles Harrison (Chicago: Ted Browne Music Co., 1922). "I'm Glad I Waited," Kendall Burgess and Harold Raymond (New York: Superior Music Inc., 1934). "I'm Glad I Waited for You," Al Jacobs, lyrics by Al Stillman (New York: Stasny Music Corp., 1938). "I'm Going to Tell Ma Ma on You," Harry Laws and A. Wilsky (Philadelphia, PA: Welch and Wilsky Music Pub Co., 1907). "I'm Going to Plant Myself in My Old Plantation Home," Al Wilson and James A. Brennan (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Co., 1922). "I'm Gonna Charleston Back to Charleston," Roy Turk and Lou Handman, arr. by W.I.C. Lewis (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1925). "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter," Fred E. Ahlert, lyrics by Joe Young (New York: Crawford Music Corp., 1935), 3 copies. "I'm in Heaven," Milton Ager, lyrics by Howard Johson and Cliff Hess (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1920). "I'm in the Same Old Boat with the Man Who Wrote There's No Place Like Home," Robert Levenson and Ted Garton (Boston, MA: Garton Bros., 1916). "I Miss Your Smile," Edna Shepheard (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1914). "I'm Looking for a Nice Young Fellow Who Is Looking for a Nice Young Girl," S.R. Henry, lyrics by Jeff T. Branen (New York: Vogel Music Co. Inc., 1937). "I'm Making Believe," James V. Monaco, lyrics by Mack Gordon (New York: Twentieth Century Music Corp., 1944). "I'm Nobody's Baby," Benny Davis, Milton Ager, and Lester Santly (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1949). "I'm on a See-Saw," Vivian Ellis, lyrics by Desmond Carter (New York: Chappell & Co., 1934). "I'm Papa's Little Sweetheart," Charles Bishop, lyrics by Frank W. Sterns (New York: McKinley Music Co., 1905). "I'm Sitting on Top of the World," Ray Henderson, lyrics by Lewis and Young (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1925). "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry," N.J. Clesi, arr. by Theodore Morse (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1918), 4 copies. "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry," N.J. Clesi (New York: Triangle Music Pub. Co., 1916). "I'm Tellin' the Birds-Tellin' the Bees," Lew Brown and Cliff Friend (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1926). "I'm the Brother of Lily of the Valley," L. Wolfe Gilbert, Anatol Friedland, and Henry Lewis (New York: Gilbert & Friedland Inc., 1918). "I'm Tired of Everything But You," Isham Jones (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1925), 3 copies. "In After Years When I Am Old," Cleve M. Williams (New York: Will Rossiter, 1905), 2 copies. "In a Little Red Barn," Joe Young, Jean Schwartz, and Milton Ager (New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornsetein, Inc., 1934). "In an Old Log Cabin," Charlie Tobias, Ray Klages, and Murray Mencher (New York: Santly Bros. Inc., 1934). "Indian Summer," Victor Herbert, lyrics by Al Dubin (New York: Harms Inc., 1939). "I Needed God," Florence Sidenbender, lyrics by Lillian Robertson Beck (Philadelphia, PA: Theodore Presser Co., 1942). "I Never Dreamed," Woody Frisino, lyrics by Virginia Bridges (new York: Mills Music Inc., 1944). "I Never Knew," Earl Carroll (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1916). "I Never Knew," Ted Fiorito, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1925). "In My Bouguet of Memories," Harry Akst, lyrics by Lewis and Young (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1928). "In Summer Fields," Johannes Brahms, ed. by Max Spicker, english lyrics by Henry G. Chapman (New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1937). "In the Evening by the Moonlight," James Bland (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1937). "In the Heart of the Hills," Dorothy Less, lyrics by Harry D. Kerr (Cleveland, OH: Sam Fox Pub. Co., 1926). "In the Golden Harvest Time," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Rob't J. Roden (New York: Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., 1912), 2 copies. "In the Good Old Summer Time," George Evans, lyrics by Ren Shields (New York: Howley, Haviland, & Dresser (1902). "In the Good Old Used-To-Be," Gus Edwards, lyrics by Will D. Cobb (New York: The Song Review Co Inc., 1912). "In the Land of Beginning Again," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Grant Clarke (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1918). "In the Middle of the House," Bob Hilliard (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1941). "In the Old Sweet Way," Jack Caddigan and Chick Story (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1919). "In Those Good Old Country Days," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Alfred Bryan (New York: Harry Cooper Music Pub. Co., 1908). "Iowa Corn Song," Edward Riley, lyrics by Ray W. Lockard and George Hamilton (New York: Jerome H. Rickman & Co., 1921). "I Remember the Cornfields," Martyn Mayne and Harry Ralton (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1950), 3 copies. "Irene, Sweet Irene," Graham Burnside, lyrics by Robert N. Foreman (Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1909). "Irvina," Walter Rolfe (Boston, MA: Walter Jacobs, 1905).
Folder 3: "I Said My Pajamas" - "I Want to Go Back to Michigan", 1910-1949Add to your cart.
"I Said My Pajamas," Eddie Pola and George Wyle (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1949). "I Saw My Mother Smiling," Forrest Young, lyrics by Bruce Wilson (Toledo, OH: United Music Production Co., 1919). "Isle of Capri," Will Grosz, lyrics by Jimmy Kennedy (New York: T.B. Harms Co., 1934), 2 copies. "I Still Wear the Same Size Hat," Vick Knight and Fred Mayo," New York: Bibo-Lang, Inc., 1935). "Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't," Billy Austin and Louis Jordan (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1944), 2 copies. "It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo," Wendell Hall (Chicago: Forster Music Pub. Inc., Chicago: 1923).  "It All Depends on You," B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1926). "It Could Happen to You," Jimmy Van Heusen, lyrics by Johnny Burke (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1944). "It Had to Be You," Isham Jones, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1939). "I Threw a Kiss in the Ocean," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1942). "It Might As Well Be Spring," Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein (New York: Williamson Music, Inc., 1945). "It's a Hundred to One You're in Love," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Lou Klein (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1916). "It's a Good Day," Peggy Lee and Dave Barbour (New York: Capitol Songs, Inc., 1946), 3 copies. "It's a Lonesome Old Town," Harry Tobias and Charles Kisco (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1930). "It's a Long Way Back to Mother's Knee," Andrew B. .Sterlin, Bernie Grossman, and Arthur Lange (New York: The Joe Morris Music Co., 1917). "It's Been a Long, Long Time," Jule Styne, lyrics by Sammy Cahn (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., 1945), 3 copies. "It's Great to Be Alive," Frankie Sherman (New York: Braodcast Music Inc., 1945). "It's Just Because It's You," Victor Young, lyrics by Will J. Harris (Chicago: Randolph Music Publishers, 1928). "It's Nice, to be Nice, to a Nice Little Girl Like You," Seymour Furth, lyrics by Will A. Heelan (New York: The Jos. Morris Co., 1911). "It's So Peaceful in the Country," Alec Wilder (New York: Regent Music, 1941), 3 copies. "I Used to Call Her Baby," Howard Johnson, Murrary Roth, and Cliff Hess (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1919), 2 copies. "I've Got a Cross-Eyed Papa," Roy Ingraham, lyrics by King Zany and Billy Du Val (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1923). "I've Got a Pain in my Sawdust," Herman Avery Wade, lyrics by Henry Edward Warner (New York: Edw. B. Marks Music Co., 1920). "I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams," James V. Monaco, lyrics John Burke (New York: Santly-Joy Select, 1938). "I've Got My Eye on You," Bud Green and Sam H. Stept (New York: Green & Stept Inc., 1929). "I've Got SixPence," Cox, Box, and Hall (New York: Chappell & Co., Inc., 1943). "I've Got the Time - I've Got the Place," S.R. Henry, lyrics by Ballard Macdonald (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1910). "I've Got the World on a String," Harold Arlen, lyrics by Ted Koehler (New York: Mills Music, Inc., 1932). "I've Got You Under my Skin," Cole Porter (New York: Chappell & Co., Inc., 1936). "I've Made Up My Mind to Forget You," May Tully and Martin Broones (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1923). "I Wanna Be Loved by You," Herbert Stothart and Harry Ruby, lyrics by Bert Kalmar (New York: Harms, Inc., 1928). "I Wanna Be Loved," Johnny Green, lyrics by Billy Orse and Edward Heyman (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1934). "I Want a Daddy to Cuddle Me," Frank A. Wright, lyrics by D.D. Erie (New York: Frank A. Wright & Co., 1928). "I Want My Old Girl Back," Ernest E. Sutton and Earl Burtnett (New York: A.J. Stasny Music Co., 1918). "I Want My Mamy," Louis Breu, lyrics by George B. Wehner (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1921). "I Want the Twilight and You," Charles H. Maskell, poem by Arthur J. Lamb (Philadelphia, PA: Morris Music Pub. Co., 1920). "I Want to Go Back to Michigan," Irving Berlin (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1914), 3 copies.
Folder 4: "I Was Coming Thru the Clover" - "I Won't Kiss You Goodnight", 1907-1951Add to your cart.
"I Was Coming Thru the Clover," Richard Howard (Boston, MA: Ted Garton Music Co., 1919). "I Want to be Way Down Younder in the Cornfield," Maurice Abrahams, lyrics by Joe Young and Edgar Leslie (New York: Maurice Abrahams Music Co. Inc., 1915). "I Will Love You when the Silver Threads are Shining Among the Gold," F. Henri Klickmann, lyrics by Roger Lewis (New York: Frank K. Root & Co., 1911). "I Wish I Had a Girl," Grace Le Boy, lyrics by Gus Kahn (Chicago: Thompson Music Co., 1907), 2 copies. "I Wish I Had Someone to Cry Over Me," Eleanor Young and Harry D. Squires, lyrics by Mitchell Parish (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1923). "I Wish that I Could Hide Inside this Letter," Nat Simon, lyrics by Charlie Tobias (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1942). "I Whistle a Happy Tune," Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein (New York: Williamson Music Inc., 1951). "I Won't Kiss You Goodnight," Johnny Tucker, lyrics by Leslie Moore (New York: A.J. Stasny Music Co. Inc., 1926).
Folder 5: "Jack O'Lantern" - "Jesse Crawford", 1917-1951Add to your cart.
"Jack O'Lantern," Ivan Caryll, lyrics by Anne Caldwell (New York: Chappell & Co., 1917), 2 copies. "Ja-Da," Bob Carleton (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1918), 2 copies. "Jeepers Creepers," Harry Warren, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1938). "Jesse Crawford," New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1951).
Folder 6: "Jim" - "Johnny B. Goode", 1903-1958Add to your cart.
"Jim," Caesar Petrillo and Edward Ross, lyrics by Nelson Shawn (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1941). "Jimmie," Herbert Stothart, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein (New York: T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, 1920). "Jimmie," J. Fred Coots, lyrics by Raymond Klages (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1922). "Jimminy Gee!," Jack Little, lyrics by Tommy Malie and Dick Finch (New York: Henry Waterson Inc., 1924). "Jimminy Gee!," Jack Little, lyrics by Tommy Malie and Dick Finch (New York: Henry Waterson Inc., 1924). "Jimmy I Love But You," Al. Trebla and Frank Capie, lyrics by Harry B. Smith and Franics Wheeler (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1922). "Jingle Jangle Jingle," Joseph J. Lilley, lyrics by Frank Loesser (New York: Paramount Music Corp., 1942). "Joan of Arc," Jack Wells, lyrics by Alfred Bryan and Willie Weston (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1917). "John Henry," E.J. Stark (St. Louis, MO: John Stark & Son, 1903). "Johnny B. Goode," Chuck Berry (New York: Arc Music Corp., 1958).
Folder 7: "John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course" - "June Is Bustin' Out All Over", 1919-1956Add to your cart.
"John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course, part five," John Thompson (Cincinnati, OH: The Willis Music Co., 1956). "Jolly Farmer Lads and Lassies," Clara O. Lyman, lyrics by Marie Irish (Dayton, OH: Paine Publishing Co., 1919). "Josephine," Wayne King and Burke Bivens, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Leo Fiest Inc., 1937). "Jumping Jack," Rube Bloom, Bernie Seaman and Marvin Smolev (New York: Irving Berlin Standard Music Corp., 1928). "June Is Bustin' Out All Over," Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein (New York: Williamson Music, Inc., 1945).
Folder 8: "June Night" - "Just for a Girl", 1910-1951Add to your cart.
"June Night," Abel Baer, lyrics by Cliff Friend (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1924), 2 copies. "Juse a Girl that Men Forget," Al Dubin, Fred Rath, and Joe Garren (New York: Mills Music, Inc., 1951). "Just a Little Home For the Old Folks," Fred E. Ahlert, lyrics by Edgar Lesie (New York: Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 1932), 2 copies. "Just a Prayer Away," David Kapp, lyrics by Charles Tobias (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1944), 2 copies. "Just As Your Mother Was," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Andrew B. Sterlin (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1917). "Just for a Girl," Ernest R. Ball, lyrics by Ren Shields (New York M. Witmark & Sons, 1910).
Folder 9: "Just in Time" - "Just Walking in the Rain", 1921-1956Add to your cart.
"Just in Time," Jule Styne, lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green (New York: Chappell & Co., Inc., 1956), 3 copies. "Just Like a Butterfly," Harry Woods, lyrics by Mort Dixon (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1927). "Just Like a raibow," Mary Earl and Ted. Fiorito (New York: Shapiro, Bernsetin & Co., 1921). "Just Once Again," Walter Donaldson and Paul Ash (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., undated). "Just Walking in the Rain," Johnny Bragg and Robert S. Riley (Hollywood, CA: Golden West Melodies, Inc., 1953).
Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Keep the Love Lamp Burning" - "Kokomo", 1908-1941Add to your cart.
"Keep the Love Lamp Burning," Hugo Risenfeld, lyrics by Harry B. Smith (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1919). "Kerry Dance," J.L. Molloy, arr. by Laurence Paul (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1941). "Kerry Mills Barn Dance," Kerry Mills (New York: F.A. Mills, 1908). "Kids Again," Nat. Natoli and Harold Stokes (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., 1929). "Kiss Me Goodnight," Ben Bernie, Vernon Stevens, Gladys Gillette, and Elmer Olson (Kansas City, MO: J.W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co., 1924). "Kiss the Boys Goodbye," Victor Schertzinger, lyrics by Frank Loesser (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1941). "Kokomo," Dave Dreyer, lyrics by Alex Gerber (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1923).
Folder 2: "Laff it Off!" - "The Last Round-Up", 1921-1937Add to your cart.
"Laff it Off!," Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (New York: Henry Waterson, Inc., 1924). "The Last Little Mile is the Longest," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1921). "Last Night on the Back Porch," Lew Brown and Carl Schraubstader (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co Inc., 1923), 2 copies. "Last Night When We Were Young," Harold Arlen, lyric by E.Y. Harburg (New York: Bourne Co., 1937). "The Last Round-Up," Billy Hill (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Inc., 1933).
Folder 3: "The Last Time I Saw Paris" - "The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane", 1865-1968Add to your cart.
"The Last Time I Saw Paris," Jerome Kern, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein (New York: T.B. Harms Co., 1940). "Laughing at Life," Cornell and Bob Todd, lyrics by Nick and Chas. Kenny (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1930). "The Laziest Gal in Town," Cole Porter (New York: Harms Inc., 1927). "Lazy," Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics by Harry Williams (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1911). "Lazybones," Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael (New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1933), 2 copies. "Leaf by Leaf the Roses Fall," T.B. Bishop (Cincinnati, OH: John Church Jr., 1865). "Leanin' on the Ole Top Rail," Nick Kenny and Charles Kenny (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1939), 4 copies. "Leave Me with a Smile," Char. Koehler and Earl Burtnett (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1921). "Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella on a Rainy Day," Sammy Fain, lyrics by Irving Kahal and Franics Wheeler (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1927), 2 copies. "Let It Snow!," Jule Styne, lyrics by Sammy Cahn (New York: Edwin H. Morris Co., 1945), 2 copies. "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," Leo Friedman, lyrics by Beth Slater Whitson (Chicago: Harold Rossiter Music Co., 1910). "Let Me Linger Longer in Your Arms," Abel Baer, lyrics by Cliff Friend (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1924). "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing," Tolchard Evens, lyrics by Robert Hargreaves and Stanley J. Damerell (New York: Mills Music Inc., 1932). "Let's Do It Again," Desmond O'Connor and Ray Hartley (New York: Robbins Music Corporation, 1950). "Let's Go to Church," Steve Allen (New York: Beechwood Music Corp., 1950), 3 copies. "Let's Take the Long Way Home," Harold Arlen, lyrics Johnny Mercer (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc., 1944), 2 copies. "Let's Talk About My Sweetie," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Gus. Kahn (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1926). "Let Us Waltz as We Say Goodbye," Art L. Beiner (Chicago: Harold Rossiter Music Co., 1925). "Let's Do It," Cole Porter (New York: Harms, Inc., 1944). "Life Is a Song," Fred E. Ahlert, lyrics by Joe Young (New York: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 1935). "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries," Lew Brown and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown andn Henderson Inc., 1931). "Lily Belle," Dave Franklin and Irving Taylor (Hollywood, CA: 1945), 2 copies. "Linger in My Arms," Herb Magidson (New York: Bourne Inc., 1946). "A Little Farm well till'd," John Parry (Philadelphia, PA: 1800s). "Little Gray Mother O'Mine," Evans Lloyd, piano arr. by Ethwell Eddie Hanson (Chicago: Rossiter Music Co., 1925). "Little Green Apples," Bobby Russell (Nashville, TN: Russell-Cason Music, 1968). "The Little Grey Mother," Harry De Costa, lyrics by Bernard Grossman (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1915), 2 copies. "Little Miss Lonesome," Fred W. Link (St. Louis, MO: Dion-Lane Pub. Co., 1919). "Little Old Cross-Road Store," Peter Tinturin, lyrics by John Mercer (New York: Miller Music Inc., 1932). "Little Old Lady," Hoagy Carmichael and Stanley Adams (New York: Chappell & Co., 1936). "The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane," Will S. Hays, ed. by John Carrol Randolph (New York: Rosa Belle Hays, 1913).
Folder 4: "The Little Old Mill" - ""A Lot of Livin' to Do", 1915-1960Add to your cart.
"The Little Old Mill," Don Pelosi, Lewis Ilda, and Leo Towers (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1947), 2 copies. "The Little Red School House," Al Wilson and Jas. A. Brennan (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Co., 1922), 3 copies. "Little Small Town Girl," Hugo Rubens, lyrics by Jules Loman (Boston, MA: General Music Publishing Co., 1945). "A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet," Gus Kahn and Harry Woods (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., 1932). "A LIttle Street Where Old Friends Meet," Gus Kahn and Harry Woods (New York: Joe Morris Music, 1932). "Little Sweethear of the Prarie," Alfred Solman and George Brown (New York: Harms, 1931). "Little White Lies," Walter Donaldson (New York: Walter Donaldson Music Publishers, 1930). "Loading Up the Mandy Lee," Henry I. Marshall, lyrics by Stanley Murphy (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1915). "Log Cabin Lullaby," Suzanne Byrne, Geoffrey H. Byrne, and Ira Schuster (New York: Schuster and Miller, Inc., 1936). "The Lonesomest Girl in Town," Jimmy McHugh and Irving Mills, lyrics by Al. Dubin (New York: Jack Mills, Inc., 1925). "Look for a Sky of Blue," Rick Besoyan (New York: Sunbeam Music Corp., 1960). "Lookout Mountain," Halsey K. Mohr, lyrics by Joe Goodwin (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1917). "Looking at the World Thru Rose Colored Glass," Tommy Malie and Jimmy Steiger (Chicago: Milton Weil Music Co., 1926). "Lost," James F. Hanley, lyrics by Benny Davis (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1922). "A Lot of Livin' to Do," Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adamas (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., 1960).
Folder 5: "Louise" - "Lying in the Hay", 1906-1948Add to your cart.
"Louise," Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Leo Robin (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1929). "Louisville Lou," Milton Ager, lyrics by Jack Yellen (New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., 1923). "Love in Bloom," Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger (New York: Paramount Productions Music Corp., 1934). "Love in the Dark," Chas. E. Roat (Battle Creek, MI: Chas. E. Roat Music Co. Ltd., 1906). "Lovey Lilllian," Mon Moore, piano score by Vera Lee Brous (East Bay, CA: The Worthy Matrons of 1945 of California, 1944). "Love Made a Gypsy Out of Me," Fred Phillips, Harry de Costa, and Leon Zimmerman (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1929). "Love's Golden Star," Louis A. Drumheller (Philadelphia, PA: Joseph Morris (1907). "Love Somebody," Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer (New York: Kramer-Whitney Inc., 1948), 2 copies. "Lovin' Sam," Milton Ager, lyrics by Jack Yellen (New York: Ager, Yellen and Bornstein, 1922). "Lucky Day," Ray Henderson, lyrics by B.G. De Slyva and Lew Brown (New York: Harms Inc., 1926), 2 copies. "Lulu's Back in Town," Harry Warren, lyrics by Al Dubin (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1935). "Lying in the Hay," Henry Roberts and Harry S. Pepper (New York: Mills Music, 1932), 5 copies.
Folder 6: "Ma and Pa" - "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down", 1868-1954Add to your cart.
"Ma and Pa," Carl Hoefle (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1932). "Mairzy Doats," Milton Drake, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston (New York: Miller Music Corporation, 1943), 3 copies. "Make Your Hay While the Sun Shines, and Do Your Loving By the Moon," George L. Cobb, lyrics by Jack Yellen (Buffalo, NY: H.C. Weasner & Co., 1911). "Make Yourself Comfortable," Bob Merrill (New York: Rylan Music Corp., 1954). "Mammy's Lullaby," Lee S. Roberts, lyrics by J. Will Callahan (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher Inc., 1918). "Mandy How Do You Do?," Percy Wenrich (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1909). "The Man on the Flying Trapeze," Nick Manoloff (Chiago: Calumet Music Co., 1935). "The Man Upstairs," Dorina Morgan, Harold Stanley, and Gerry manners (Los Angeles, CA: Vesta Music Corp., 1954), 3 copies. "Maple Leaf Rag," Scott Joplin (Hialeah, FL: Columbia Pictures, 1974). "Margie," Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson, lyrics by Benny Davis (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1920), 2 copies. "Maria Elena," Lorenzo Barcelata, english trans. by S.K. Russell (New York: Souther Music Publishing Co., 1941). "Mary O'Mine," Charles Herbert Johnston, lyrics by Edward J. MItchell (New York: North American Muisc Co., 1923). "Mary Pickford," Dave Radford, Daisy Sullivan, and Richard A. Whiting (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1914). "Maybe," George Gershin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin (New York: New World Muisc Corp., 1926). "Maybe," Lloyd Garrett and Blanche M. Tice (Chicago: Blanche M. Tice Publishing Co., 1919). "May I Sleep in Your Barn Tonight, Mister," arr. by Nick Manoloff (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1935). "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You," Meredith Willson (New York: Pickwick Music Corp., 1950), 4 copies. "Meadow-Lark," Hal Keidel and Ted Fiorito (Chicago: Forster Music Pub. Inc., 1926). "Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis," Kerry Mills, lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling (New York: Jerry Vogel Music Co. Inc., 1935). "Meet Me 'Neath the Old Elm Tree," William Siebert (Chicago: Lyon & Healy, 1868). "Meet Me To-Night in Dreamland," Leo Friedman, lyrics by Beth Slater Whitson (New York: Leo Friedman, 1909). "Memories," Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics by Gustave Kahn (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1915), 2 copies. "Memories of Virginia," James W. Atkinson, lyrics by Jack Wilnorf (St. Louis, MO: Weile Publishing Co., 1923). "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down," Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin (New York: Harms Inc., 1937).
Folder 7: "Mexicali Rose" - "Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet", 1898-1944Add to your cart.
"Mexicali Rose," Jack B. Tenney, lyrics by Helen Stone (Los Angeles, CA: 1923). "Mickey," Niel Moret, lyrics by Harry Williams (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1919). "'Mid the Fields of Snowy Cotton," Otto Heinzman and John Heinzman (New York: Weser Bros, 1906). "Mid the Green Fields of Virginia," Chas. K. Harris, arr. by Jos. Clauder (Milwaukee, WI: Chas. K. Harris, 1898). "Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet," Don Raye and Gene de Paul (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1944).
Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Mindin' My Bus'ness" - "My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time", 1901-1956Add to your cart.
"Mindin' My Bus'ness," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1923), 2 copies. "Missouri Waltz," John Valentine Eppel and Frederic Knight Logan, arr. for organ by Sam Keck (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, Inc., 1953). "Mister Sandman," Pat Ballard (New York: Edwin H. Morris and Company, Inc., 1954). "Mister Tap Toe," Terry Gilkyson, Richard Ehr, and Frank Miller, arr. by Lou Halmy (Hollywood: Montclare Music Corporation, 1952), 2 copies. "Misty Islands of the Highlands," Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr (Chappell and Co., 1935). "Mom-e-le," Mitchell Parish, Alex Alstone, and Al Goodhart (Boston: B. F. Wood Music Co., 1954). "Moonlight Becomes You," Jimmy Van Heusen, lyrics by Johnny Burke (New York: Famous Music Corporation, 1942). "Moonlight Gambler," Philip Springer, lyrics by Bob Hilliard (Edwin H. Morris and Company, Inc., 1956). "The More I Go Out with Somebody Else, the More I'm in Love with You," Billy Post, Pierre Norman, and Don Pierce (New York: Yankee Music Publishing Corporation, 1943). "Mother, at Your Feet Is Kneeling," Sisters S. C., arr. by Harold Potter (New York: Top Notch Publications, Inc., 1952), 2 copies. "M-O-T-H-E-R a Word that Means the World to Me," Theodore Morse, lyric by Howard Johnson (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1915), 2 copies. "Mother Dear [Waltz Ballad]," Perry Alexander (Baltimore: Alexander-Mueller Co., Inc., 1926). "Mother Dear," Charles T. Edwards, lyrics by John S. Hamilton (Wilmington: Brown and Edwards Music Co., 1914). "Mother Dear," Maurice E. Swerdlow, lyrics by H. Porter and M. E. Swerdlow, arr. by Jean Walz (Chicago: Swerdlow Music Company, 1924). "Mother Dear, Do You Hear Me Calling You?," Arthur Dewey Larkin (Buffalo: H. C. Weasner and Co., 1926), 2 copies. "Mother in Ireland," Gerald Griffin, Herman Kahn, and Tommy Lyman (New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co., 1922). "Mother My Own," George Benoit, Joe Solman, and Ted Garton (Boston: Ted Garton Music Co., 1920). "Mother of Pearl," Ernest R. Ball, lyrics by Justin E. McCarthy and George Graff Jr. (New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1920). "Mother O'Mine," Marion Raybould, lyrics by Alexander Dubin (Philadelphia: Emmett J. Welch, 1915). "Mother O'Mine," Harry Richardson, lyrics by Jos. J. Hughes (Saginaw: Jos. H. Hughes Music House, 1914). "Mother (The Girl You Should Love the Best of All)," Joe Fisher, arr. by Edward Enoch Howe (Beaver Brook: Joe Fisher and Bro. Music Publishers, 1919). "Mother (Who Can Be Sweeter than You?)," Fred Lillich (New York: Lewis Music Publishing Co., 1927). "Mother You're a Blessing to Me," Victor Marcy (Perrysburg: Victor Marcy, 1926). "Mother's Hymn to Me," Jas. R. Homer (Boston: George M. Krey Co., 1901). "Mother's Little Cradle Song," Earl Burtnett and Howard Ross, lyrics by Walter King (New York: A. J. Stasny Music Co., 1918). "Mother's Love," Erwin R. Schmidt, lyrics by B. Loescher (New York: Joe Morris Music Co., 1921), 3 copies. "A Mother's Love Is Best of All," Arthur E. Barr (New York: Edgar Selden Music Co., Inc., 1914). "Mother's Lullaby," Milton Weil (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1920). "Mother's Rosary of Love," Eddie Dorr, lyrics by Leo Wood (New York: Meyer Cohen Music Pub. Co., Inc., 1919). "My Baby Just Cares for Me," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Donaldson, Douglas and Gumble Inc., 1930). "My Belgian Rose," George Benoit, Robert Levenson, and Ted Garton (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1918). "My Blue Ridge Mountain Home," Carson J. Robison (Triangle Music Pub. Co., Inc., 1927). "My Cabin of Dreams," Nick Kenny, Al Frazzini, and Nat Madison (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1937). "My Cutey's Due at Two-to-Two To-Day," Albert von Tilzer, lyrics by Leo Robin (New York: Bibo, Bloeden and Lang, 1926). "My Daddy," Jack Norworth, Arthur Swanstrom, and Carey Morgan, arr. by Mornay D. Helm (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1921). "My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time," Vic Mizzy, lyrics by Mann Curtis (New York: Santly-Joy, Inc., 1944).
Folder 2: "My Fair Lady" - "My Old Plantation Home", 1905-1961Add to your cart.
"Selections from the Production My Fair Lady," Frederick Loewe, book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner (New York: Chappell and Co., Inc., 1956). "My Gal Sal or They Called Her Frivolous Sal," Paul Dresser, arr. by Ben Kendall (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, 1961), 2 copies. "My Hat's on the Side of My Head," Harry Woods and Claude Hulbert (London: Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., Inc., 1933). "My Little Country Home," J. Frank Donahue, lyrics by T. W. Shea (Quincy: T. W. Shea, 1908). "My Little Home on the Hill," Al Sweet (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, Inc., 1920). "My Little Mother (Who Watched over Me)," Joe Gallagher (Philadelphia: Alamac Music Co., 1921). "My Missouri Home," Little Jack Little (New York: Donaldson, Douglas and Gumble, Inc., 1930). "My Mom," Walter Donaldson (New York: Donaldson, Douglas and Gumble, Inc., 1932). "My Mother (Was the Greatest Gift that Daddy Gave to Me)," William C. Polla, lyrics by Amy Ashmore Clark (Hartford: C. C. Church and Company, 1920), 3 copies. "My Mother Bids Me Spend My Smiles," A. Buzzi-Peccia, lyrics by Thomas Hood (New York: G. Schirmer, 1916). "My Mother Dear," George Graff Jr., lyrics by J. W. Barker (New York: World Music Publishing Corporation, 1920). "My Mother Told Me," Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Ralph Freed (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1944). "My Mother's Arms," Egbert van Alstyne, lyrics by Gene Arnold (New York: Keit-Engel, Inc., 1932). "My Mother's Evening Prayer," Bud Green, Charlie Pierce, and Al Dubin (New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1920). "My Mother's Lullaby," Nelson S. Miller (Defiance: Nelson S. Miller, 1946). "My Mother's Prayer," Robert K. Belden (Chicago: McKinley Music Co., 1905). "My Mother's Waltz," Dave Franklin (New York: Edwin H. Morris and Company, Inc., 1945). "My Ohio Home," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1927), 2 copies. "My Old Plantation Home," Richard Winternitz (New York: Leo. Feist, 1907).
Folder 3: "My Sugar Is So Refined" - "My Sweetheart from the Old Home Town", 1912-1946Add to your cart.
"My Sugar Is So Refined," Sidney Lippman, lyrics by Sylvia Dee (New York: Capitol Songs, Inc., 1946), 2 copies. "My Sunday Girl," Sam H. Stept, lyrics by Herman Ruby and Bud Cooper (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1927). "My Sweetheart from the Old Home Town," George N. Seegitz and Fred Heltman (Cleveland: Fred Heltman Co., 1912).
Folder 4: "My Sweetie" - "My Sweetie Went Away", 1917-1923Add to your cart.
"My Sweetie," Irving Berlin (New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co., 1917), 2 copies. "My Sweetie Went Away (She Didn't Say Where, When or Why)," Roy Turk and Lou Handman (New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co., 1923).
Folder 5: "Napoleon's Last Charge" - "Nut-Sey Fagan", 1902-1946Add to your cart.
"Napoleon's Last Charge," Edw. Ellis, arr. by E. T. Paull (New York: E. T. Paull Music Co., 1910). "Nellie Kelly I Love You," George M. Cohan (New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1922). "Nesting Time," James F. Hanley, lyrics by Walter Hirsch (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., Inc., 1921). "Never In a Million Years," Mack Gordon and Harry Revel (New York: Robbins Music Corporation, 1937). "Nevertheless, I'm in Love with You," Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby (New York: Crawford Music Corporation, 1931), two copies. "A New Kind of Man (With a New Kind of Love for Me)," Sidney Clare and Leon Flatow (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1924). "New Mown Hay," Jason V. Matthews (New York: Continental Music Co., 1902), 2 copies. "Next Sunday at Nine or Dearie, Won't You Call Me Dearie," Evans Lloyd (Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1912). "Night and Day," Cole Porter (New York: Harms Inc., 1944). "The Night We Said Good-Bye," Elmer Scarborough, lyrics by Buster Ferguson (New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1942). "Night-fall on the Prairie," Andy Toce, Michael Spardo, and Bob Glover (New York: Dave Ringle, 1940). "Nightingale," Vincent Rose, lyrics by Richard Coburn (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1920). "Noah Found Grace in the Eyes of the Lord," Robert Schmertz (unknown). "No Letter Today," Frankie Brown (New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1943). "No Love, No Nothin'," Harry Warren, lyrics by Leo Robin (New York: Triangle Music Corporation, 1943). "No No Nora," Ted Fiorito and Ernie Erdman, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1923), 2 copies. "No One but Me (Only Me)," Billy Stone, Al. Koppell, and Charles Weinberg (New York: Denton and Haskins Music Pub. Co., Inc., 1928). "No One Loves You Any Better than Your M-A-Double-M-Y," Harry Link, lyrics by Bob Nelson (New York: Fred Fisher, Inc., 1923). "No Other One," Vee Lawnhurst, lyrics by Tot Seymour (New York: Famous Music Corporation, 1935). "No Spinsterhood for Me," Caroline MacLean, lyrics by Hal Cochran (Cleveland: NEA Service, Inc., 1925). "Not Yet, Suzette!," Sam Coslow and J. Fred Coots, arr. by Eugene Platzman (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1924). "Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Sidney D. Mitchell (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1920). "Now Is the Hour," Maewa Kaihan, Clement Scott, and Dorothy Stewart (New York: Leeds Music Corporation, 1946). "Now Is the Time," Vincent Rose, lyrics by Richard Coburn and Arthur Jackson (New York: Harms Incorporated, 1921). "Now That You're Gone," Ted Fiorito, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1931). "Now's the Time to Fall in Love," Al Sherman and Al Lewis (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1931). "Nut-Sey Fagan," Ernest Breuer, lyrics by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Co., 1923).
Folder 6: "Off to Market, Johnny!" - "Old Pals Are the Best Pals After All", 1879-1953Add to your cart.
"Off to Market, Johnny!," Frederick Humphries, lyrics by Mabel Collier James (Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt Co., 1926). "Oh by Jingo! Oh by Gee! You're the Only Girl for Me," Albert von Tilzer, lyrics by Lew Brown (New York: Broadway Music Corporation,1919). "Oh! How She Could Yacki Hacki Wicki Wacki Woo (That's Love in Honolu)," Albert von Tilzer, lyrics by Stanley Murphy and Charles McCarron (New York: Broadway Music Corporation, 1916). "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!," A. Olman, lyrics by Ed. Rose (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, Inc., 1917), for American distribution. "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!," A. Olman, lyrics by Ed. Rose (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, Inc., 1917), for international distribution. "Oh, Lady Be Good!," George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin (New York: Harms Inc., 1924). "Oh, Mabel!," Ted Fiorito, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1924). "Oh! Moytle," Carmen Lombardo, lyrics by Charlie Tobias (New York: Tobias and Lewis Music Publishers, 1945). "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'," Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (New York: Williamson Music, Inc., 1953). "Oh! What a Pal Was Mary," Pete Wendling, lyrics by Edgar Leslie and Bert Kalmar, arr. by Fred E. Ahlert (New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co., 1919), 2 copies. "Oh, What a Pal Was 'Whoozis'," Joe Burke, lyrics by Gus Kahn, ukulele arr. by May Singhi Breen (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1927). "Oh, You Beautiful Doll," Nat. D. Ayer, lyrics by Seymour Brown (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1911), 2 copies. "Oh You Little Sun-Uv-Er-Gun," Joseph Solman, lyrics by Richard Howard (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1923). "Oh You Silv'ry Bells (Jingle Bells)," George Botsford, lyrics by Jean Havez (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1912). "The Old Apple Tree," M. K. Jerome, lyrics by Jack Scholl (New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1938). "The Old Barn Dance," Joel P. Corin (New York: Leo. Feist, 1909). "Old Barn Polka," Arthur M. Cohen (Current Pub. Co., 1895). "The Old Farm House on the Hill," J. W. Lerman (New York: De Luxe Music Co., 1903). "Old Fashioned Homestead," James Bland (Boston: Oliver Ditson and Co., 1883). "An Old Fashioned Rose, My Mother," Gene Oliver, lyrics by Milton Weil and Joe Lyons (Chicago: Milton Music Co., 1918). "Old Folks," Willard Robison, lyrics by Dedette Lee Hill (New York: Remick Music Corporation, 1938). "The Old Homestead," James Thatcher, arr. by Harry Heald (Hartford: Thatcher Publishing Co., 1915). "The Old Homestead," James Bland (Boston: John F. Perry and Co., 1879). "Old Man Sunshine (Little Boy Bluebird)," Harry Warren, lyrics by Mort Dixon (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1928). "The Old Oaken Bucket," William L. Gilpin (Lincoln: William L. Gilpin, 1902). "Old Pals Are the Best Pals After All," Gene Austin and Charles Bates, lyrics by Billy Rose, ukulele arr. by May Singhi Breen (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1928).
Folder 7: "The Old Plantation" - "On the Mississippi", 1898-1948Add to your cart.
"The Old Plantation," David Nape, english lyrics by J.R. Shannon, hawaiian lyrics by Mrs. A.A. Montano (San Francisco, CA: Sherman, Clay and Co., 1916). "The Old Sow Song," Cyril Smith, Rudy Vallee, and Elliot Daniels (New York: Jerry Vogel Music Co. Inc., 1937). Old Time Hits of the Gay Eighties and Nineties: "Always Take Mother's Advice," Jennie Lindsay, "As Your Hair Grows Whiter," Harry Dacre, "The Boston Burglar," M.J. Fitzpatrick, "Down in the Old Cherry Orchard," S.R. Henry, lyrics by Alfred Bryan, "Everybody Works But Father," Samuel Lehman, lyrics by Chas. W. McClintock, "The Girl I Loved in Sunny Tennessee," Stanley Carter, lyrics by Harry Braisted, "The Handicap March," George Rosey, lyrics by Dave Reed Jr., "It's Delightful to be Married!," V. Scotto, lyrics by Anna Held, "In the Good Old Summer Time," George Evans, lyrics by Ren Shields, "If I Had a Thousand Lives to Live," Alfred Solman, lyrics by Sylvester Maguire, "It's Not What You Were, It's What You Are To-Day," Dave Marion, "Kathleen," Helene Mora, "Lily of the Valley," L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland, "The Lost Little Child," Jos. W. Stern, lyrics by Edw. B. Marks, "My Own Iona,' Anatol Friedland and Carey Morgan, lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert, "My Sweet Adair," L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland, "She Was Bred in Old Kentucky," Stanley Carter, lyrics by Harry Braisted, "Oh Didn't He Ramble," Will Handy, "Oh Helen!," Chas. R. McCarron and Carey Morgan, "Roll Them Roly Boly Eyes," Eddie Leonard, "Sweet Marie," Raymond Moore, rev. by M.T. Bohannon, lyrics by Cy Warman, "Sipping Cider Thru a Straw," Carey Morgan and Lee David, "Somebody Loves Me!," Hattie Starr, "Take Back Your Gold," Monroe H. Rosenfeld, lyrics by Louis W. Pritzkow, "Under the Bamboo Tree," Bob Cole, "When the Evening Breeze is Sighing: 'Home, Sweet Home,'" Alfred Solman, lyrics by J. Hayden-Clarendon, "Where the Sunset Turns the Ocean's Blue to Gold," H.W. Petrie, lyrics by Eva Fern Buckner (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 1935), 2 copies. "On a Good Old Time Straw-Ride," George Christie, lyrics by Dave Reed (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1912), 2 copies. "On a Slow Boat to China," Frank Loesser (New York: Melrose Music Corp., 1948). "On My Ukulele," Lou Herscher, Mike Morris, and Mitchell Parish (New York: Joe Morries Music Co., 1924). "On the Delaware," A. Liberati (Cincinnati, OH: Brand Pub. Co., 1898). "On the 'Gin 'Gin 'Ginny Shore," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Edgar Leslie (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1922). "On the Mississippi," Carroll and Fields, lyrics by Ballard MacDonald (New York: Shaprio Music Pub. Co., 1912).
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "On the Road to Home Sweet Home" - "Overalls and Calico", 1882-1956Add to your cart.
"On the Road to Home Sweet Home," Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1917), 4 copies. "On the Sunny Side of the Street," Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Dorothy Fields (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1942), 2 copies. "Gen'l Lee's On to Cuba Galop," C. W. Durkee (Boston, MA: F. Trifet, 1898). "Once Upon a Nickel," Buddy Kaye and Tony Starr (New York: Valando Music Corp., 1951). "One Day When We Were Young," Johann Strauss II, arr. by Dimitri Tiomkin, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1939). "The One I Love," Isham Jones, lyrics by Gus Kahn (Chicago: Forster Music Pub. Inc., 1924). "one-zy Two-zy," Dave Franklin and Irving Taylor (Hollywood, CA: Martin Music, 1946). "Only a Pansy Blossom," Frank Howard (Cincinnati, OH: John Church & Co., 1882). "Oooh! Look-A There, Ain't She Pretty?," Clarence Todd and Carmen Lombardo (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1936). "Orange Colored Sky," Milton Delugg and Willie Stein (New York: Frank Music Corp., 1950). "O Sole Mio," E. Di Capua, arr. by Calvin GRooms (New York: Century Music Pub. Co., 1923). "Our Dear Old Cottage Home," Mrs. John Austin (New York: Equitable Music Corp., 1925). "Our Home in the Hills," Henry J. Zinn (Henry J. Zinn, 1956). "Out in the Country," Johnny Parker (New York: Lee Finburgh, Inc., 1952). "Out in the New Mown Hay," William Tracey, Sam Ehrlich and Dan Dougherty (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1926). "Overalls and Calico," Jean Schwartz, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1920).
Folder 2: "Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit-Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile!" - "A Ploughing Song", 1902-1948Add to your cart.
"Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile!," Felix Powell, lyrics by George Asaf (New York: Chappell & Co., 1905). "Painting that Mother of Mine," Frank Sturgis and L. Wolfe Gilbert (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1905). "Palesteena," Con Conrad and J. Rossel Robinson (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co Inc., 1920). "Papa Better Watch Your Step," Gilbert Wells and Bud Cooper (New York: Goodman & Rose Inc., 1923). "Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?," Jule Styne, lyrics by Sammy Cahn (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., 1947), 3 copies. "Paper Doll," Johnny S. Black (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Co., 1943), 3 copies. "Pass that Peace Pipe," Roger Edens, Hugh Martin, and Ralph Blane (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1947). "Pecos Bill," Eliot Daniel, lyrics by Johnny Lange (New York: Santly-Joy Inc., 1948). "Peg O'My Heart," Fred Fischer, lyrics by Alfred Bryan (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1913). "Peggy O'Neil," Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson, and Gilbert Dodge (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1921). "Pennsylvania Polka," Lester Lee and Zeke Manners (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1942), 2 copies. "Pepita," Harry Archer, lyrics by Harlan Thompson (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1926). "A Perfect Kiss," Armand Beaucaire, lyrics by Antoinette St. Ives (Chicago: Dixon-Lane Music Pub. Co., 1923). "Personality," Johnny Burke and James Van Heusen (New York: Burke and Van Heusen Inc., 1945). "Personality," Jimmy Van Heusen, lyrics by Johnny Burke (New York: Burke & Van Heusen, 1945), 2 copies. "Pick a Little Four Leaf Clover," Abe Olman, lyrics by C. Francis Reisner and Ed. Rose (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher Inc., 1918). "Pick-A-Little, Talk-A-Little," unknown (unknown). "Pickin' Petals Off O'Daisies," B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., 1929). "Pickle in the MIddle," John Tackaberry and Carl Sigman (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1946). "Pictures from Days Gone By," Edwin H. Deagon (Chicago: Victor Kremer Co., 1902). "Pink Elephants," Mort Dixon and Harry Woods (New York: Keit Engel Inc., 1932). "Pistol Packin' Mama," Al. Dexter (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., 1943), 3 copies. "Plain Mamie O'Hooley," Ludwig Englander, lyrics by Harry B. Smith (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1920). "Plant a Little Garden in Your Own Back Yard," Walter Leopold, lyrics by Walter Hirsch and Bert Lewis (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, 1917). "The Plough Boy," Jessie Moore Wise, lyrics by David Brynley (New York: William H. Wise & Co., 1930). "A Ploughing Song," Rena M. Parish, lyrics by Fannie R. Buchanan (Grinnell, IA: Home Publishing Co., 1927), 2 copies.
Folder 3: "Polly Wolly Doodle" - "Put Your Arms Where They Belong", 1865-1960Add to your cart.
"Polly Wolly Doodle," arr. by Nick Manoloff (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1936). "Poor Butterfly," Raymond Hubbell, lyrics by John L. Golden (New York: T.B. Harms, 1916). "Poor Papa," Harry Woods, lyrics by Billy Rose (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1936). "Pop Goes the Weasel," arr. by Nick Manoloff (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1937). "Poppa Don't Preach to Me," Frank Loesser (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1947). "Powder Your Face with Sunshine," Carmen Lombardo and Stanley Rochinski (New York: Lombardo Music Inc., 1948), 3 copies. "Prarie Home," Gil George and Paul Smith (New York: Walt Disney Music Co., 1954). "Prarie Lullaby," Billy Hill (New York: The Southern Music Publishing Co., 1934). "A Precious Little Thing Called Love," Lou Davis and J. Fred Coots (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1928), 2 copies. "Pretty Baby," Tony Jackson and Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1916). "Pretty Cinderella," Will J. Harris (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1926). "The Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow," arr. by G. Scher (New York: S.T. Gordon, 1865). "The Pretty Girl Milking the Cow," Frank Furlett (Chicago: Calummet Music Co., 1940). "Pretty Little Cinderella," Nathaniel Vincent, lyrics by Blanche Franklyn (New York: Jack Mills Inc., 1920). "Pride of the Prairie," George Botsford, lyrics by Harry J. Breen (New York: Jermone H. Remick & Co., 1907). "Pucker Up and Whistle," Blanche Franklyn and Nat Vincent (New York: Fred Fisher Inc., 1921), 3 copies. "Puddin' Head Jones," Lou Handman, lyrics by Al Bryan (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1933). "Put 'Em in a Box, Tie 'Em with a Ribbon," Jule Styne, lyrics by Sammy Cahn (New York: Remick Music Corp.., 1943), 2 copies. "Put on a Happy Face," Lee Adams and Charles Strouse (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., 1960). "Put On your Slippers and Fill Up Your Pipe," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Ed. P. Moran and Will A. Heelan (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1916). "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Junie McCree (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1937), 3 copies. "Put Your Arms Where They Belong," Lou Davis, Henry Santly and Herman Ackman (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1926).
Folder 4: "Rachety Coo!" - "Rumors Are Flying", 1915-1969Add to your cart.
"Rachety Coo!," Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Otto Hauerbach (New York: G. Shirmer, 1915). "Rain," Peter De Rose, lyrics by Billy Hill (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1934). "Rain or Shine," Beverly Birks, lyrics by Ross MacLean (New York: Lombardo Music Inc., 1949). "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head," Burt Bacharch, lyrics by Hal David (New York: Blue Seas Music Inc., 1969). "Ramblin' Rose," Noel Sherman and Joe Sherman (New York: Sweco Music Corp., 1962). "Rap-Tap, Pit-A-Pat," Frederic Knight Logan, lyrics by Virginia K. Logan (Chicago: Forster Music Pub. Inc., 1924). "Red Lips - Kiss My Blues Away," Alfred Bryan, James V. Monaco, and Pete Wendling, arr. by Harry Tiedman (New York: Henry Waterson Inc., 1927), 2 copies. "Revenge," Harry Akst, lyrics by Lewis and Young (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1928). "La Reveuse," Jules Devaux (New York: B.F. Wood Music Co., 1919). "Ridin' High," Cole Porter (New York: Chappell & Co., 1936). "The Right Kind of Love," Mable Wayne, lyrics by Kermit Goell (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1943). "Rio Nights," Fisher Thompson, lyrics by Elmer Vincent (New York: A.J. Stasny Music Co., 1922). "Rock Me to Sleep," Geo. Brown, Willi Raskin, Fred Howard, and Nat Vincent (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1935). "Rock Me to Sleep in an Old Rocking Chair," Tell Taylor (Chicago: Forster Music Pub. Inc., 1937). "Roll Along Prairie Moon," Ted Fiorito, Harry MacPherson, and Albert Von Tilzer (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1935). "Rolling Along with the Breeze," Herbert Fuller (New York: Stasny Music Corp., 1944). "The Rooster," John Barnes Wells, words by John Kendrick Bangs (New York: The John Church Co., 1925). "Rose of Araby," Cal De Voll (Chicago: Ted Browne Music Co., 1919). "Rose of Sunny Italy," Joseph Chapman, lyrics by Cal de Voll and Jimmie Altiere (Chicago: Forster Music Pub. Inc., 1923). "Roses of Picardy," Haydn Wood, lyrics by Fred. E. Weatherly (New York: Chappell & Co., 1916). "Rumors are Flying," Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss (New York: Oxford Music Corp., 1946). "Rustic Dance," C.R. Howell (Chicago: Moderne Publications, 1936).
Folder 5: "Le Sabre de Mon Pere" - "Sierra Sue", 1902-1960Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"Le Sabre de mon Pere," Offenbach (Cincinnati, OH: B.W. Hitchcock, 1869). "Salin' Away on the Henry Clay," Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1917). "Sam's Song," Lew Quadling, lyrics by Jack Elliot (New York: Sam Weiss Music Inc., 1950). "Saturday Night," Jule Styne, words by Sammy Cahn (New York: Barton Music Corp., 1944), 2 copies. "Saxarella," Rudy Wiedoeft (New York: Rudy Wiedoeft Pub. Co., 1923). "Saxophobia," Rudy Wiedoeft (New York: Rudy Wiedoeft, 1920). "Sax-O-Phun," Rudy Wiedoeft (New York: Rudy Wiedoeft, 1924). "Say "Hello" to the Folks Back Home," Benny Davis and Carmen Lombardo (New York: Davis, Coots & Engel Inc., 1931). "Scales and Pieces in All Keys," John W. Schaum (New York: Belwin, 1946). "The Second Time Around," James Van Heusen, lyrics by Sammy Cahn (New York: Miller Music Corp., 1960), 2 copies. "Seems Like Old Times," Carmen Lombardo, and John Jacob Loeb (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1946), 5 copies. "September Song," Kurt Weill, lyrics by Maxwell Anderson (New York: Crawford Music Corp., 1938). "Sergeant Pepumup," Virginia Hermsen (St. Louis, MO: Art Publication Society, 1960). "The Shepherd Boy," G.D. Wilson (Philadelphia, PA: Eclipse Pub. Co., undated). "The Shepherd's Serenade," Helen M. Haskins (New York; William R. Haskins Co. Inc., 1907). "She's a Corn-fed Indiana Girl," Fran Frey, Eddie Kilfeather, and George Olsen (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1926). "She's Funny that Way," Neil Moret, lyrics by Richard A. Whiting (San Francisco, CA: 1928). "She's Sleeping By the Silv'ry Rio Grande," Chas. Kohlman, lyrics by Thos. J. Hughes (New York: Howley, Haviland & Dresser, 1902). "She's the Sweetheart of Six Other Guys," Robert King, lyrics by Howard Johnson (New York: Skidmore Music Co., Inc., 1928). "She Was a Grand Old Lady," S.R. Henry, lyrics by William Cahill (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1907). "A Shine on Your Shoes," Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz (New York: Harms, Inc., 1932). "Shoe-Shooe Baby," Phil Moore (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1943). "Show Me the Way to Go Home," Irving King (New York: Harms Inc., 1925). "Side By Side," Harry Woods (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1927), 3 copies. "Sierra Sue," Joseph B. Carey (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1940), 3 copies.
Folder 6: "Silver Threads Among the Gold" - "Someday Sweetheart", 1902-1977Add to your cart.
"Silver Threads Among the Gold," H.P Danks, lyrics by Eben E. Rexford (New York: Hamilton S. Gordon, 1926), 4 copies. "Since Bill Bailey Came Back Home," Seymour Furth, lyrics by Billy Johnson (New York: Howly, Haviland, & Dresser, 1902). "Since I Lost the Sunshine of Your Smile," W.R. Williams (Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1918). "Since You Called Me Sweetheart," F. Henri Klickmann, lyrics by Milton Weil (Chicago: Harold Rossiter Music Co., 1925). "Sing Along!" (New York: The Reader's Digest Association, Inc., 1977). "Singin' in the Rain," Nacio Herb Brown, lyrics by Arthur Freed (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1957). "Sing Me a Baby Song," Walter Donaldson, lyric Gus Kahn (New York: 1927), 3 copies. "Sioux City Sue," Dick Thomas, lyrics by Ray Freedman (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Company Inc., 1945), 3 copies. "Sittin' and Whittlin'," Joe Sanders (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1928). "Sixteen Tons," Merle Travis (Hollywood, CA: American Music, Inc., 1947). "Skirts," Frank Loesser (Hollywood, CA: Saunders Publications, 1944). "Skylark," Hoagy Carmichael, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., 1942). "Sleepy Time Gal," Ange Lorenzo and Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Jos. R. Alden and Raymond B. Egan (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1925). "Slowpoke," Pee Wee King, Redd Steward, and Chilton Price (Hollywood, CA: Ridgeway Music Inc., 1951). "Smile," Charles Chaplin, lyrics by John Turner and Geoffrey Parson (New York: Bourne Inc., 1954). "Smile Away Those Bluey Bluey Blues," Paul Russ (Amarillo, TX: Paul Russ Music Publisher, 1928). "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile," Max Rich, lyrics by Chas. O'Flynn & Jack Meskill (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., 1931). "Smiles," Lee S. Roberts, lyrics by J. Will Callahan (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1918), 4 copies. "Smile the While," Alvin Crocker (Quincy, IL: Crocker & Steinkamp, 1921). "Smilin' Through," Arthur A. Penn (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1919). "Snowball," Hoagy Carmichael," New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1933). "Soft Shoe Song," Roy Jordan and Sid Bass (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1951), 2 copies. "So Long," Woody Guthrie (New York: Folkways Music Publishers, Inc., 1951). "Somebody Bad Stole De Wedding Bell," Dave Mann, lyrics by Bob Hilliard (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., 1954). "Somebody Else Is Gettin' It," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1912). "Someday Sweet Is Sweet on Me," Gus Kahn and Walter Donovan (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1928). "Somebody Up There Likes Me," Bronislau Kaper, lyrics by Sammy Cahn (New York: Loew's Inc., 1956). "Someday I'll Make You Glad," Harry D. Squires, lyrics by Max C. Freedman (New York: Joe Morris Music Co., 1918). "Someday, I'll Meet You Again," Max Steiner, lyrics Ned Washington (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1944). "Someday Sweetheart," John C. Spikes and Benjamin Spikes (Chicago: Melrose Bros, 1924).
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Folder 1: "Some Sunday Morning" - "Sunny Jim", 1899-1950Add to your cart.
"Some Sunday Morning," Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Gus Kahn and Raymond Egan (New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1917), 2 copies. "Someone Is Losin' Susan," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Roy Turk (New York: Henry Waterson Inc., 1926). "Some Sunday Morning," M.K. Jerome and Ray Heindorf, lyrics by Ted Koehler (New York: 1945), 2 copies. "Something to Remember You By," Arthur Schwartz, lyrics by Howard Dietz (New York: Harms Inc., 1930). "The Song Is Ended," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1927). Songs of the Gay '90s, "The Band Played On," "My Old Kentucky Home," Stephen C. Foster, "The Sunshine of Paradise Alley," "You Tell Me Your Dream," "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow," "Who Threw the Overalls in Mrs. Murphy's Chowder" (New York: Edwards Music Co., 1947). "Sonny Boy," Al Jolson, B.G. De Syla, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown, Henderson, Inc., 1928). "So Tired," Russ Morgan and Jack Stuart (New York: Glenmore Music Inc., 1943). "South America, Take it Away!," Harold Rome (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1946). "A Southern Dream," Harry J. Lincoln (Williamsport, PA: Wandersloot Music Co., 1905). "Spaghetti Rag," George Lyons and Bob Yosco, lyrics by Dick Rogers (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1950). "Speak to Me of Love," Jean Lenoir (New York: Harms Inc., 1932). "Spread a Little Sunshine," Erwin R. Schmidt, lyrics by Robert E. Harty (Chicago: DeVaignie Music Corps., 1930). "S.R. Henry's Barn Dance," S.R. Henry (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1908), 2 copies. "Stan' Up An' Fight," Georges Bizer, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (New York: Williamson Music Inc., 1943). "Star Dust," Hoagy Carmichael, lyrics by Mitchell Parish (New York: Mills Music Inc., 1929). "Starlight Waltz," C.S. Brainard (New York: De Luxe Music Co., undated). "Stavin' Change," Al Bernard (New York: Joe Morris Music Co., 1923). "Stay in Your Old Home Town," Lou McVey (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1917). "Stay in Your Own Back Yard," Lyn Udall, lyrics by Karl Kennett (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1899). "Steal A Little Kiss," Ernest E. Sutton, lyrics by George A. Little (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1923). "Stein Song," E.A. Fenstad, lyrics by Lincoln Colcord (New York: Carl Fischer Inc., 1930). "Stop and Smell the Roses," Mac Davis and Doc Severinsen (unknown). The Street Singer: "Funiculi-Funicula," Luigi Denza,  "Ciribiribin," A. Pestalozza, "Oh Marie," E. Di Capua, "Santa Lucia," Howard Johnson, "La Spognola," Vincenzo Di Chiara, "A Frangesa," P. Mario Costa, "O Sole Mio," E. Di Capua, "Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes," unknown, "Wiegenlied," Johannes Brahms, "How Can I Leave Thee," "Annie Laurie," Lady Scott, "Lauterbach," unknown, "In the Gloaming," A.F. Harrison, "Dark Eyes," A. Salami, "Two Guitars," D. Savino, "Eli Eli," Jacob Koppel Sandler, "Volga Boatmen's Song," unknown, "Sally In Our Alley," H. Carey, "Cielito Lindo," C. Fernandez, "The Swallow," Narciso Serradell, "In Old Madrid," Clifton Bingham and H. Trotere, "A Flower to Me Thou Seemest," Robert Schumann, "Arioso," R. Leoncavallo, "My Heart at They Sweet Voice," C. Saint-Saens, "I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby," Frederic Clay, "Ave Maria," Bach-Gounod, "A Song of India," Nikolas Rimsky Korsakoff, "Then You'll Remember Me," M.W. Balfe, "La Paloma," S. Yradier, "Love's Old Sweet Song," J.L. Molloy (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1932). "Strike Up the Band!," George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin (New York: New World Music Corp., 1927). "Stuff Like that There," Jay Livingston and Ray Evans (New York: Capitol Songs Inc., 1945). "Stumbling," Zez Confrey (New York: Leo. Feist, 1922). "Suddenly It's Spring," Jimmy van Heusen, lyrics by Johhny Burke (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1943), 2 copies. "Sunbonnet Sally and Overall Jim," Frederick G. Johnson (Chicago: T.S. Denison & Co., 1924), 2 copies. "A Sunday King of Love," Barbara Belle, Anita Leonard, Stan Rhodes, and Louis Prima (New York: The Peter Maurice Music Co., 1947). "Sunday, Monday or Always," Jimmy van Heusen, lyrics by Johnny Burke (New York: Mayfair Music Corp., 1943), 2 copies. "Sugar," Maceo Pinkard, lyrics by Sidney Mitchell and Edna Alexander (New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1944). "Sunny Jim," Joe Murphy & George B. McConnell, lyrics by Jack Needham (New York: B.A. Music Pubc., 1922).
Folder 2: "Sunny Side Up" - "Symphony", 1892-1956Add to your cart.
"Sunny Side Up," B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., 1929). "The Surrey with the  Fringe on Top," Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (New York: Williamson Music Inc., 1943). "Sweet Cider Time, When You Were Mine!," Percy Wenrich, lyrics by Joe McCarthy (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1916). "Sweet Georgia Brown," Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard, and Kenneth Casey (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1925). "Sweetie O'Mine," Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics by Haven Gillespie (New York: Van Alstyne, 1920). "Sweetie Pie," John Jacob Loeb (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1934), 3 copies. "Sweet Little Buttercup," Herman Paley, lyrics by Alfred Bryan (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1917). "Sweet Little You," Irving M. Bibo (New York: Maurice Abrahams Inc., 1924). "Sweet Memories of Dixie," unknown (Braxton, MS: Laurence C. Jones, 1924). "A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl," Bob Merrill (New York: Valyr Music Corp., 1956). "Sweet Peter," Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart (New York: Harms Inc., 1925). "The Sweetest Story Ever Told," R.M. Stults (Boston, MA: Oliver Ditson Co., 1892). "Swingin' Down the Lane," Isham Jones, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1923), 2 copies. "Swingin' in the Corn," Allie Wrubel, lyrics by Herb Magidson (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1937). "Symphony," Alston, lyrics by Andre Tabet and Roger Bernstein (New York: Chappell & Co., 1945).
Folder 3: "Tag!" - "That's Why I Love You", 1904-1966Add to your cart.
"Tag!," Felix Le Couppey (St. Louis, MO: Art Publication Society, 1960). "Take Care," Henry Prichard (New York: London Music Corp., 1945). "Take in the Sun, Hang out the Moon," Harry Woods, lyrics by Sam Lewis and Joe Young (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1926). "Take Me Back Into the Country," B.F. Nysewander (Chicago: Superior Music Concern, 1913). "Take the "L" Out of Gold," Steve Martin and Harry Ahlberg (New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1953). "Take the Sun Around with You," Eugene Lundgren, lyrics by J. Louis Gardner (Chicago: J. Louis Cardner, 1925). "Tall Grows the Timber," Frederick Hollander, lyrics by Frank Loesser (New York: Paramount Music Corp., 1942). "Tea for Two," Vincent Youmans, lyrics by Irving Caesar, spanish text by Johnnie Camacho (New York: Harms Inc., 1947), 2 copies. "Tears," S.R. Henry, lyric by Frank H. Warren (New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1918). "Teasing," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Cecil Mack (New York: The York Music Co., 1904). "Tell Me Little Gypsy," Irving Berline (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1920), 2 copies. "Tell Me You Do," Frankie Masters, lyrics by Edward K. House (Chicago: Chicago Sunday Tribune, 1929). "Texarkana Hannah," Barclay Walker, lyrics by William Herschell (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1918). "Texas Polka," Vick Knight, Oakley Haldeman, and Lew Porter (Hollywood, CA: Urban Music Publications, 1944). "Thanks be to God," Stanley Dickson, lyrics by P.J. O'Reilly (New York: Bossey, Hawkes, Belwin, Inc., 1921). "Thanks for the Buggy Ride," Jules Buffano (San Francisco, Villa Moret Inc., 1925), 2 copies. "That Doggie in the Window," Bob Merrill (New York: Santly-Joy Inc., 1953). "That Mysterious Rag," Berlin and Snyder (New York: Ted Snyder, 1911). "That Naughty Waltz," Sol P. Levy, lyrics by Edwin Stanley (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher Inc., 1920). "That Old Black Magic," Harold Arlen, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1942). "That Red Head Gal," Van and Schenk, Henry Lodge (New York: Mills Music Inc., 1948). "That Reuben Tango Huskin' Bee," Bert Grant, lyrics by Joe Young and Harry Williams (New York: Harry Williams Music Co., 1914). "That Wonderful Mother of Mine," Walter Goodwin, lyrics by Clyde Hager (New York: Mr. Witmark & Sons, 1918). "That's Life," Dean Kay, Kelly Gordon, arr. by Jack Mathias (Santa Monica, CA: The Welk Music Group, 1966). "That's My Weakness Now," Bud Green and Sam H. Stept (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1928). "That's What God Made Mothers For," Leo Wood (New York: Denton & Haskin's Music Co., 1924). "That's Why I Love You," Walter Donaldson and Paul Ash (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1926).
Folder 4: "Them There Eyes" - "Time Waits for No One", 1911-1983Add to your cart.
"Them There Eyes," Maceo Pinkard, William Tracy, and Doris Tauber (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1930). "There Aint No Maybe in My Baby's Eyes," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Gus Kahn and Raymond Egan (San Francisco, CA: Villa Moret Inc., 1926). "There Goes that Song Again," Jule Styne, lyrics by Sammy Cahn (New York: Skidmore Music Co. Inc., 1944). "There is a Tavern in the Town," William H. Hils (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1939). "There Is Silver Now, Where Once Was Gold," E.S.S. Huntington (New York: Leo. Feist, 1912). "There's A Blue Star Shining Bright," Jack Foy, John Ravencroft, Ira Bastow, and George Howard (New York: A.B.C. Corporation, 1943). "There's a Little White House," Billy Rose and Harry Akst (Chicago: Milton Weil Music Co., 1926). "There's a Mother Old and Gray Who Needs Me Now," George H. Diamond (Chicago: Harold Rossiter Music Co., 1911), 2 copies. "There's a New Star in Heaven Tonight," J. Keirn Brennan, Jimmy McHugh, and Irving Mills (New York: Jack Mills Inc., 1926). "There's Nobody Loves You Like Mother," Chas. Coleman (New York: Songland Pub. Co., 1915). "There's No Friends Like the Friends from Way Back Home," Fred C. Swan (Boston, MA: 1918). "They Can't Make a Lady Out of Me," Moe Jaffe and Henry Tobias (New York: General Music Pub. Co., 1948). "Thine Alone," Victor Herbert (M. Witmark & Sons, 1929). "The Things We Did Last Summer," Jule Styne, lyrics by Sammy Cahn (New York: Edwin H. Morris & Co., 1946). "Things We Want the Most are Hard to Get," Geo. W. Meyer, Al. Bryan, and John McLaughin (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1929). "Thinking of You," Walter Donaldson and Paul Ash (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1926). "Thinking of You," Harry Ruby and Bert Kalmar (New York: Harms Inc., 1927). "This Is the Last Time," Russ Morgan, Buddy Fields, and Harold Berg (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1945). "The Land is Your Land," Woody Guthrie (New York: Ludlow Music Inc., 1958). "Those were the Good Old Days," Richard Adler and Jerry Ross (New York: Frank Music Corp., 1983). "Tho' The Silver Threads are 'Mong the Gold, I Love You Just the Same," W.R. Williams (Chicago: will Rossiter, 1911). "Thou Swell," Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart (New York: Harms Inc., 1927). "Three Little Sisters," Vic Mizzy, lyrics by Irving Taylor (New York: Santly-Joy-Select Inc., 1942). "Three Wonderful Letters from Home," James F. Hanley, lyrics by Joe Goodwin and Ballard Macdonald (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1918). "Thru the Night," Frederic Knight Logan, lyrics by Virginia K. Logan (Chicago: Forster Music Pub. Inc., 1922). "Tiger Rag," Original Dixieland Jazz Band, arr. by Frank E. Barry, lyrics by Harry DeCosta (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1945). "Till Then," Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, and Guy Wood (New York: Sun Music Co., Inc., 1944), 2 copies. "Till There Was You," Meredith Willson (New York: Frank Music Corp., 1957), 2 copies. "Till We Meet Again," Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Raymond B. Egan (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1918). "Time Waits for No One," Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield (New York: Don Kirshner Music, Inc., 1970). "Time Waits for No One," Cliff Friend and Charlie Tobias (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1944), 2 copies.
Folder 5: "To You Sweetheart, Aloha" - "Two Hearts", 1899-1972Add to your cart.
"To You Sweetheart, Aloha," Harry Owens (New York: Santly-Joy-Select, Inc., 1939). "Today, I Love Ev'rybody," Harold Arlen, lyrics by Dorothy Fields (New York: Twentieth Century Music Corp., 1953), 2 copies. "Together," B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (New York: De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc., 1928), 2 copies. "To-night's My Night With Baby," Joseph Meyer and Bobby Buttennuth, lyrics by Irving Caesar (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1926). "Too Busy!," Chester Cohn, lyrics by Ned Miller (New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1928). "Too Many Parties and Too Many Pals," Ray Henderson, lyrics by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon (New York: Leo. Feist, 1925). "Too Marvelous for Words," Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (New York: Harms Inc., 1937). "Toot, Toot, Tootsie!," Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, and Dan Russo (New York: Leo Feist, Inc., 1949), 3 copies. "Top of the World," Richard Carpenter, lyric by John Bettis (New York: Almo Music Corp., 1972). "The Town Pump," Frank P. Banta (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1902). "Trade Winds," Louis Koehler (St. Louis, MO: Progressive Series Plan, undated). "The Trail of the Lonseome Pine," Harry Carroll, lyrics by Ballard Macdonald (New York: Shapiro Music Co., 1913). "A Trip to Niagra," William J. Cornish (New York: De Luxe Music Co., 1908). "Tripoli," Irving Weill, lyrics by Paul Cunningham and Al Dubin (New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1920). "Trudy," Chas. Tobias and AL. Sherman (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1926). "Truly Rural," Dave Oppenheim and Michael Cleary (New York: Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., 1936). "Trust Him Not!," Alfred Solman, theme by John Allen, lyrics by Monroe H. Rosenfeld (Chicago: Victor Kremer Co., 1899). "Tucky Home," Geo. W. Meyer, lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1921). "Tulip," Heinrich Lichner (New York: De Luxe Music Co., 1908). "Tulip Time," Dave Stamper, lyrics by Gene Buck (New York: T.B. Harms & Francis, Day, and Hunter, 1919). "Twenty-Four Hours of Sunshine," Peter De Rose, lyrics by Carl Sigman (New York: Advanced Music Corp., 1949). "Twilight brings You back to Me," W.R. Williams, lyrics by J. Will Callahan (Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1911). "Twilight Memories," PFC. Elfred Harris, lyrics by Leah Kale (Chicago: Superior Melodies Publishing Co., 1945). "Two Easter Sunday Sweethearts," Tommie Connor and Kay Anderson (New York: Regent Music Corp., 1953). "Two Hearts," Robert Stolz, lyrics by W. Reisch & A. Robinson (New York: Harms Inc., 1930).
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Folder 1: "Under a Strawberry Moon" - "Viracity Rag", 1904-1968Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"Under a Strawberry Moon," Mabel Wayne, lyrics by Al Lewis (New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1942). "Under the Goo Goo Tree," Jean Schwatrz, lyrics by Stanislaus Stange (New York: Shapiro, Remick and Company, 1904). "Under the Old Apple Tree," Gene Autry, arr. by N. Manoloff (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1932). "Unforgettable," Irving Gordon. " 2 pieces in one: "The Unicorn," Shel Silverstein (New York: Hollis Music, Inc., 1968); "A Guy Is a Guy," Oscar Brand (New York: Ludlow Music, Inc., 1952). Universal Dance Folio for the Piano, "Music, Maestro, Please!," Herb Magidson and Allie Wrubel, "Cathedral in the Pines," Charles and Nick Kenny, "There's a Gold Mine in the Sky," Charles and Nick Kenny, "Good Night Angel," Herb Magidson and Allie Wrubel, "Swingin' in the Corn," Herb Magidson and Allie Wrubel, "There's a New Moon Over the Old Mill," Herb Magidson and Allie Wrubel, "Take a Tip from the Tulip," Herb Magidson and Alllie Wrubel, "Speak Your Heart," Herb Magidson and Allie Wrubel, "I'm Takin' a Shine to You," Herb Magidson and Allie Wrubel, "The Wedding Waltz," Bernice Petkere, "As Long as I Love," Milton Drake, George Jessel, and Ben Oakland, "Roses in December," Herb Magidson, Ben Oakland, and George Jessel, "John Peel," Austin Croom Johnson, "I Fell Asleep at the Football Game," Abner Silver, Al. Sherman and AL. Lewis, "My Foolist Heart," Richard A. Whiting, Jack Bennett, and Walter Bullock, "Strangers, "Charles O'Flynn and J. Fred Coots, "All of Me," Seymour Simons and Gerald Marks, "Lullaby of the Leaves," Joe YOung and Bernice Petkere, "Moon over Miami," Edgar Leslie and Joe Burke, "Get a LIttle Fun Out of Life," Harry Ruby and Bert Kalmar, "The Beat O'My Heart," Johnny Burke and Harold Spina, "Pardon My Southern Accent," Johnny Mercer and Matt Malneck, "Tumble on Tumble Weed," Dave Dreyer and Jack Scholl, "Tonight Is Mine," Gus Kahn and Frank Harling, "If the Moon Turns Green," Paul Cates and Bernard Hanighen, "Let's Fall in Love," Ted Koehler and Harold Arlen, "La Cucaracha," Juan y D'Lorall, "Love Letters in the Sand," Nick and Charles Kenny and J. Fred Coots, "Confessin'," Al. J. Neiburg, Doc Daugherty, and Ellis Reynolds, "Tony's Wife," Harold Adamson and Burton Lane (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1939). "Up in the Clouds from The 5 O'Clock Girl," Harry Ruby, lyrics by Bert Kalmar (New York: Harms Incorporated, 1927). "Up in the Clouds from Up in the Clouds," Tom A. Johnstone, book by Will. B. Johnstone (New York: Up in the Clouds Corp., 1921). "Vaya Con Dios (May God Be with You)," Larry Russell, Inez James, and Buddy Pepper (New York: Ardmore Music Corp., 1953). "The Very Thought of You," Ray Noble (New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1934), 2 copies. "La Vie en Rose," Louiguy, lyrics by Mack David, french lyrics by Edith Piaf (New York: Harms Inc., 1950). "Vivacity Rag," Frank C. Keithley (Chicago: The New York and Chicago Publishing Company, 1910).
Folder 2: "Wait Till the Cows Come Home" - "What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For", 1886-1970Add to your cart.
"Wait Till the Cows Come Home from Jack O'Lantern," Ivan Caryll, lyrics by Anne Caldwell (New York: Chappell and Company, Ltd., 1917). "Wait 'Till They Harvest the Grain," Harry Armstrong, lyrics by Jos. Mittenthal (New York: Harry W. Armstrong Pub. Co., 1906). "Wait Till You Get Them Up in the Air, Boys," Albert von Tilzer, lyrics by Lew Brown (New York: Broadway Music Corporation, 1919). "Waitin' for the Train to Come In," Sunny Skylar and Martin Block (New York: Martin Block Music, 1945). "Waiting by the Silv'ry Rio Grande," Murray Mencher, lyrics by Billy Moll (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., 1930). "Walkin' My Baby Back Home," Fred E. Ahlert, lyrics by Roy Turk (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1930), 4 copies. "Walkin', Plowin', Talkin', Cryin'," Sonny James and Bernie Harville (Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1954). "Walking through the Country," Dennis Provisor (Los Angeles: Malicious Melodies, 1970). "Wandering Home," L. Clair Case and Leonard Stevens (San Francisco: Sherman, Clay and Co., 1920). "The Wandering Jew," Edward Morris, poem by P. M. Raskin (New York: E. Morris Publishing Co., 1924). "The Wang-Wang Blues," Gus Mueller, Buster Johnson, and Henry Busse (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1921). "Was It a Dream?," Sam Coslow, Larry Spier, and Addy Britt (New York: Harms Incorporated, 1928). "Was That the Human Thing to Do?," Sammy Fain, lyrics by Joe Young (New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1931). "Water Boy," arr. by Avery Robinson (USA: Winthrop Rogers, Ltd., 1922). "Way Down in Iowa I'm Going to Hide Away," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young (New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co., 1916). "Way Down on Tampa Bay," Egbert van Alstyne, lyrics by A. Seymour Brown (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1914). "Way Down on the Farm," Erle Threlkeld (Charleson, IL: Erle and Leo Pub. Co., 1920). "Way Down Yonder in the Cornfield," Cobb and Edwards (New York: F. A. Mills, Inc., 1901), 3 copies. "We Will Never Leave the Farm," Julia Hastings (Chicago: Success Music Co., 1905). "We'll Go Back to the Farm," Ernie Erdman and Lester Fairman (New York: Tell Taylor Music Publisher, 1912). "We'll Make Hay While the Sun Shines," Nacio Herb Brown, lyrics by Arthur Freed (New York: Robbins Music Corporation, 1933). "We'll Never Sell the Farm," Rodney Stuart (Cleveland: S. Brainard's Sons, 1886). "We're Only Here for a Little Fun," Herbert Ingraham, lyrics by Edgar Selden (New York: Shapiro Music Publisher, 1911). "The Wedding in the Ark," Sherman Myers, lyrics by Butler Wallace (New York: Santly Bros., Inc., 1929). "Wedding of the Fairies," Charles L. Johnson (Kansas City, MO: Chas. L. Johnson and Co., 1909). "What Do I Care - What Do I Care - My Sweetie Turned Me Down," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1925). "What We Do We Do on a Dew-Dew-Dewy Day," Howard Johnson, Charles Tobias, and Al Sherman (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1927), 2 copies. "What Do You Do Sundays, Mary?," Stephen Jones, lyrics by Irving Caesar (New York: Harms Incorporated, 1923). "What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For," Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson, and Jimmy V. Monaco (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1916).
Folder 3: "What Is This Thing Called Love?" - "When the Red, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along", 1900-1944Add to your cart.
"What Is This Thing Called Love? from Wake Up and Dream!," Cole Porter (New York: Harms Incorporated, 1930). "What the World Needs Now Is Love," Burt Bacharach, lyrics by Hal David. "What's the Matter with Father," Williams and Van Alstyne (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1910). "What's the Use of Crying," Louis Forbstein and Verdi Kindel (Kansas City, MO: J. W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., 1925). "When All the World Forgets You," Harold Dixon, lyrics by Hannah Griffith Morgan (St. Louis, MO: Dixon-Lane Pub. Co., 1920). "When Francis Dances with Me," Violinsky, lyrics by Ben Ryan (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1921). "When Honey Sings an Old-Time Song," Joseph B. Carey (San Francisco: Sherman, Clay and Co., 1919). "When Grandma Sings the Songs she Loved at the End of a Perfect Day," Robert A. Keiser, lyrics by Bartley Costello (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1916). "When I Get Back to Home Sweet Home," Abe Olman (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher Inc., 1917). "When I Lose You Mother Of Mine," Nat Osborne and A. Stanley Dunkerly (New York: Stark & Cowan, Inc., 1920). "When I See My Sugar (I Get a Lump in My Throat) from the Picture Marianne," Fred E. Ahlert, lyrics by Roy Turk (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1929). "When I Was Twenty-One and You Were Sweet Sixteen," Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics by Harry Williams (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1911). "When I'm Walkin' Arm in Arm with Jim from the Picture Girl Rush," Lew Pollack, lyrics by Harry Harris (New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1944). "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," Ernest R. Ball, lyrics by Chauncey Olcott and George Graff Jr. (New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1912). "When It's Apple Blossom Time in Normandy," Mellor Gifford and Trevor (New York: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1912). "When It's Harvest Time in Old New England (Down on the Farm)," Robert Van Sickle, lyrics by G. H. Carey (Akron, OH: Success Music Co., 1917). "When Mother Sings 'Sweet and Low'," Jack Richmond, Howard Johnson, and Joseph Meyer (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1923). "When My Baby Smiles at Me," Bill Monroe, lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling and Ted Lewis (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1920), 2 copies. "When My Dream Boat Comes Home," Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin (New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1936). "When My Golden Hair Has Turned to Silver Gray," Edward Stanley (Chicago: Frank K. Root and Co., 1904). "When Paw Was Courtin' Maw," Leonard Joy, lyrics by Jack Manus (New York: Santly-Joy-Select, Inc., 1938). "When the Fields Are White with Cotton," Max S. Witt, lyrics by Robert F. Roden (New York: Jos. W. Stern and Co., 1902). "When the Fields Are White with Daisies," W. A. Pratt, lyrics by C. M. Denison (Hamilton S. Gordon, 1904). "When the Gold Turns to Grey (You Will Still Be the Same Girl to Me)," Maurice Abrahams, lyrics by G. W. Eichert (New York: Maurice Abrahams, Inc., 1923). "When the Green Leaves Turn to Gold," Leo Edwards, lyrics by Leo Wood (New York: Gus Edwards Music Pub. Co., 1905). "When the Harvest Days Are Over," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Howard Graham (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Von Tilzer, 1900), 2 copies. "When the Harvest Moon Is Shining," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling (New York: Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., 1920). "When the Harvest Time Is Over," Tell Taylor (New York: Tell Taylor Music Publisher, 1916). "When the Harvesters Are Singing 'Home Sweet Home'," Harry Hoyt, lyrics by Charles Amend (New York: Shapiro Music Publisher, 1909). "When the Moon Shines Down on Lonesome Road," Paul Pratt, words by J. Will Callahan (Indianapolis: Seidel Music Pub. Co., Inc., 1915). "When the Old Boat Heads for Home," Earl Fuller (New York: Broadway Music Corporation, 1918). "When the Old Oaken Bucket Was New," Joe Cooper, George J. Moriarty (New York: Harry Cooper Music Publishing Co., 1910). "When the Red, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along," Harry Woods (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1926), 3 copies.
Folder 4: "When the Right Little Boy Rolls Around" - "Wong Ho", 1905-1978Add to your cart.
"When the Right Little Boy Rolls Around," Guy Edwards, lyrics by Will D. Cobb (New York: Gus Edwards Music House, 1917). "When the Silv'ry Moon Is Shining on the Golden Harvest Sheaves," F. Henri Klickmann, lyrics by Arthur J. Lamb (Chicago: Frank K. Root and Co., 1915). "When the Work's All Done This Fall," arr. by Nick Manoloff (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1935). "When They Ask about You," Sam H. Stept (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1943), 2 copies. "When They Played the Polka," Fabian Andre, lyrics by Lou Holzer (New York: Robbins Music Corporation, 1938). "When Tony Goes Over the Top," Alex Marr, lyrics by Billy Frisch and Archie Fletcher (New York: Joe Morris Music Co., 1918). "When Uncle Joe Plays a Rag on His Old Banjo," Theodore Morse, lyrics by D. A. Esrom (New York: Theodore Morse Music Co., 1912). "When We Went to Sunday School," Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics by Gus Kahn (Detroit: Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1918), 2 copies. "When Yankee Doodle Learns to 'Parlez Vous Francais'," Ed. Nelson, lyrics by Will Hart (New York: A. J. Stasny Music Co., 1917). "When You and I Were Young, Maggie," J. A. Butterfield, lyrics by George W. Johnson, arr. by Rudolf Thaler (Philadelphia: Morris Music Co., 1910). "When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver (I Will Love You Just the Same)," Peter de Rose, lyrics by Charlie Tobias, ukulele arr. by May Singhi Breen (New York: Joe Morris Music Co., 1930). "When You're a Long, Long Way from Home," George W. Meyer, lyrics by Sam M. Lewis (New York: Broadway Music Corporation, 1914). "Where Memory Dwells," Louis A. Drumheller (New York: Jos. Morris Co., 1909). "Where the Dusky Columbia River Is Flowing to the Sea," L. E. Spencer (Chicago: Modern Music Publishers, 1907). "Where'd You Get Those Eyes?," Walter Donaldson (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1926). "Where's My Love?," Michael Fielding, lyrics by Russell Bennett (New York: Chappell and Co., Inc., 1943). "Where's My Sweetie Hiding?," Jack Little and Dick Finch, lyrics by Tommie Malie and Addy Britt (New York: Henry Waterson, Inc., 1924), 2 copies. "While Strolling through the Park One Day," arr. by John W. Schaum (New York: Belwin Publication, Inc., 1945). "Whiskey Trip," Wayne Carson and Don Tankersly (Columbia Pictures Publication, 1978). "Whistle a Tune from The Rubicon," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics by Neville Fleeson (New York: A. V. T. Music Pub. Co., 1922). "Whistle and Blow Your Blues Away," Carmen Lombardo, lyrics by Joe Young (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1932). "Whistlin' Tune," Everett Stevens (Boston: R. D. Row Music Company, 1956). "White Christmas from the Picture Holiday Inn," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1942). "White Christmas," Irving Berlin (New York: Irving Berlin Music Corporation, 1942). "Who Takes Care of the Caretaker's Daughter," Chick Endor (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., 1925). "Who Wouldn't Love You," Carl Fischer, lyrics by Bill Carey (Hollywood: Music World Pub. Co., 1942), 3 copies. "Who'll Take the Place of the Song Bird Now Gone?," Raymond S. Orton (New York: American Music Pub. Co., 1923). "Who's Wonderful, Who's Marvelous? Miss Annabelle Lee," Sidney Clare, Lew Pollack, and Harry Richman (New York: Irving Berlin, Inc., 1927), 2 copies. "The Whole World Is Singing My Song," Vic Mizzy, lyrics by Mann Curtis (New York: Robbins Music Corporation, 1946). "Why Don't We Do This More Often," Allie Wrubel, lyrics by Charles Newman (New York: Bregman, Vocco and Conn. Inc., 1941). "Why Should I Give My Heart to You (When You Won't Give Your Heart to Me)," Win Brookhouse, lyrics by Frank Davis (New York: A. J. Stasny Music Co., 1916). "Wiggle Wig Waggin' Around," Hal R. Dyson, lyrics by William K. Wells (New York: Frederick V. Bowers Inc., 1919). "Will You Love Me in December as You Do in May," Ernest R. Ball, lyrics by J. J. Walker (New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1905). "Will You Remember," Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Rida Johnson Young (New York: G. Schirmer, 1917), 2 copies. "Wings of Victory," Stanford King (Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., 1942). "Wishing," Isham Jones, lyrics by Haven Gillespies (New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co., 1920). "With a Song in My Heart from Spring Is Here," Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart (New York: Harms Incorporated, 1929). "With All My Heart from the Picture Her Master's Voice," Jimmy McHugh, lyrics by Gus Kahn (New York: Leo. Feist Inc., 1935). "Without You Emaline," Peter de Rose, lyrics by Charles Tobias (New York: Harms Incorporated, 1930). "Wob-a-ly Walk," Harry Warren, lyrics by Bud Green (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., 1928), 2 copies. "The Woman in the Shoe from Lord Byron of Broadway," Nacio Herb Brown, lyrics by Arthur Freed (New York: Robbins Music Corporation, 1929). "Wonderful Lady, Mother Mine," Bert Enders (Los Angeles, CA: Richard Drake Saunders, 1936). "Wonder When My Baby's Coming Home," Kermit Goell and Arthur Kent (New York: Crawford Music Corporation, 1942), 2 copies. "Wong Ho," J. Lilian Vandevere (St. Louis: Art Publication Society, 1953).
Box 11Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Folder 1: "Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula" - "You Were Meant For Me", 1906-1976Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula," E. Ray Goetz, Joe Young, and Pete Wendling (New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder,1916). "Yankee Rose," Abe Frankl, lyrics by Sidney Holden (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1926). "Ye Olde Mill," Fred W. Adams (Cleveland, OH: Sam Fox Publishing, 1906). "Yes Indeed," Sy Oliver (New York: Embassy Music Corp., 1941). "Yes SIr, That's My Baby," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Gus Kahn, ukulele arr. by May Singhi Breen (New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1925), 2 copies. "Yes! We Have No Bananas," Frank Silver and Irving Cohn (New York: Skidmore Music Co. Inc., 1923). "Yoo-Hoo," Al Jolson, lyrics by B.G. de Sylva (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1921), 2 copies. "You Are My Sunshine," Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell (New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., 1940), 4 copies. "You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me," Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal and Pierre Norman (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1930, 1957), 4 copies. "You Don't Like It - Not Much," Ned Miller, Art Kahn and Chester Cohn (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1927). "You Gotta Make Your Own Sunshine," Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield (Don Kirshner Music Inc., 1976). "You Hit the Spot," Mack Gordon and Harry Revel (New York: Famous Music Corp., 1935). "You Made Me Forget How to Cry," Maurice Abrahams, lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young (Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1920). "You Made Me Love You," James V. Monaco, lyrics by Joe McCarthy (New York: Broadway Music Corp., 1913). "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby," Harry Warren, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (New York: Remick Music Corp., 1938), 3 copies. "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby," Harry Warren, lyrics by Johnny Mercer (Secaucus, NJ: Warner Bros. Publications Inc.,1938), 2 copies. "You Started Me Dreaming," Benny Davis and J. Fred Coots (New York: Marlo Music Corp., 1936). "You Tell 'Em," Nat Osborne, lyrics by A. Stanley Dunkerley (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1920). "You Tell Me Your Dream," Charles N. Daniels, lyrics by Seymour Rice and Albert H. Brown (New York: Larrabee Publications, 1963). "You Were Meant For Me," Nacio Herb Brown, lyrics by Arthur Freed (New York: Miller Music Corp.,1929), 4 copies.
Folder 2: "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To" - "Young At Heart", 1914-1954Add to your cart.
"You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To," Cole Porter (New York: Chappell & Co., 1942), 2 copies. "You'd Never Know That Old Town of Mine," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Howard Johnson (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1915). "You'll Never Miss Your Mother 'Till She's Gone," Harry Birch (Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1940). "You'll Want Me Back Sometime," The Duncan Sisters (New York: American Music Publishing Co., 1923). "You're a Grand Old Flag," George M. Cohan (New York: Jerry Vogel Music Co., 1933). "You're a Lucky Fellow Mr. Smith," Don Raye, Sonny Burke, Hughie Prince (New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1941). "You're My Everything," Harry Warren, lyrics by Mort Dixon and Joe Young (New York: Harms Inc., 1931). "You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile," Charles Strouse, lyrics by Martin Charnin (New York: Charles Strouse, 1977). "You're Some Pretty Doll," Clarence Williams (New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1918). "You're the Cue for What Ails Me," Harold Arlen, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg (Warner Bros Inc., 1936), photocopy. "You're the One," Buddy Fields and Gerald Marks (New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., 1932). "You're the One For Me," Jack Osterman, lyrics by Sal Stocco (Chicago: Chicago Sunday Tribune, 1929), newspaper copy. "You're the Best Little Mother of All," Leo Friedman, lyrics by Ed Rose (Chicago: Harold Rossiter Music Co., 1914). "You've Got to See Mamma Ev'ry Night," Billy Rose and Con Conrad (New York: Leo Feist Inc., 1923). "You/ve Simply Got Me Cuckoo," Walter Hirsch and Jesse Greer (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1923), 2 copies. "Young At Heart," Johnny Richards, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh (New York: Sunbeam Music Corp., 1954), 2 copies.
Folder 3: "Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah" - "Zizz, Zizz, Zizz, Zizz", 1914-1946Add to your cart.
"Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah," Allie Wrubel, lyrics by Ray Gilbert (New York: Joy Music Inc, 1946). "Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah," Allie Wrubel, lyrics by Ray Gilbert (New York: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp., 1946). "Zizz, Zizz, Zizz, Zizz," Henry I. Marshall, lyrics by Stanley Murphy (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1914).
Box 25Add to your cart.
Folder 1: A Titles, 1919-1929Add to your cart.
Item 1: Aggravatin' Papa (Don't You Try to Two-Time Me), New York, NY, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1922Add to your cart.
Composter/Lyricist: Turk, Roy and Robinson, J. Russel
Item 2: Ain't Misbehavin' (I'm Savin' My Love for You), New York, NY, Mills Music Inc., 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Razaf, Andy/Waller, Thomas and Brooks, Harry
Item 3: I Ain't Nobody's Darlin, New York, NY, Skidmore Music Co. Inc., 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Camdon, Al D; Nye, Hal.
Item 4: Ain't She Sweet?, New York, NY, Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.

Composter/Lyricist: Yellen, Jack; Ager, Milton

5 copies with different variations.

Item 5: Ain't We Got Fun, New York NY,/Detroit, MI, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1921Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Kahn, Gus and Egan, Raymond B.; Whiting, Richard A.

4 copies with variations.

Item 6: All Alone, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers, 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Berlin, Irving
Item 7: All Alone, New York, NY, ABC Standard Music Publications, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Irving Berlin
Item 8: All She'd Say Was Umh-Hum, New York, NY, Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., 1920Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Zany, King; Emery, Mac; Van & Schenck
Item 9: All the Boys Love Mary, New York, NY, Harry Von Tizler Music Publishing Co., 1920Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Sterling, Andrew B./Van and Schenck
Item 10: All the Quakers are Shoulder to Shoulder (Down in Quaker Town), New York, NY, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Kalmar, Bert and Leslie, Edgar/ Wendling, Pete
Item 11: Always, New York, NY, ABC Standard Music Publications, Inc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Berlin, Irving
Item 12: Always, New York, NY, Irving Berlin Music Corporation, 1925Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Berlin, Irving

2 copies with different covers.

Item 13: Am I Blue? New York, NY, M. Witmark & Sons, 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Clarke, Grant / Akst, Harry
Item 14: Among My Souvenirs, New York, NY, De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Leslie, Edgar / Nicholls, Horatio
Item 15: And That Ain't All, New York, NY, Al. Piantadosi & Co., 1919Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Green, Bud / Stept, Sammy

2 copies with different covers.

Item 16: April Showers, New York, NY, Sunshine Music Co. Inc., 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: DeSylva, B.G. / Silvers, Louis
Item 17: Are You Lonesome To-Night?, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Turk, Roy / Handman, Lou

2 copies with variations

Item 18: At the Moving Picture Ball, New York, NY, Leo Feist, Inc., 1920Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Johnson, Howard / Santly, Jos. H.
Folder 2: B Titles, 1911-1935Add to your cart.
Item 1: Baby Face, New York, NY, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1926Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Davis, Benny√??√?¬† and Akst, Harry.

3 copies with different covers.

Item 2: Baby Jim, Chicago, IL, Forster Music Publisher Inc., 1911Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Archer, John B.; Shannon, J.R.
Item 3: Back Home in Illinois, Chicago, IL, Milton Weil Music Co. Inc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Stept, Sam and Charles, Miltion / Goetz, Coleman.
Item 4: Back In Your Own Back Yard, New York,  NY, Irving Berlin Inc., 1928Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Jolson, Al; Rose, Billy; Dreyer, Dave.

2 copies with variations.

Item 5: Barney Google, New York, NY, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Rose, Billy and Conrad, Con.
Item 6: Be My Little Bumble Bee, New York, NY, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1912Add to your cart.

Compose/Lyricist: Marshall, Henry I. / Murphy, Stanley.

2 copies with variations.

Item 7: Because They All Love You, New York, NY, Henry Waterson Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Little, Jack/ Malie, Tommie.
Item 8: The Best Things In Life Are Free, New York, NY, Crawford Music Corporation., 1927Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: De Sylva, B.G.; Brown, Lew; Henderson, Ray.

4 copies with variations or different covers.

Item 9: Black Bottom, New York, NY, Harms Incorporated., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Henderson, Ray / De Sylva, B.G; Brown, Lew.
Item 10: (Blue Eyed Blond Haired) Heart Breaking Baby Doll, New York, NY, Leo Feist Inc.Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Hess, Cliff and Mitchell, Sidney D.
Item 11: Boogie Woogie, New York, NY, Melrose Music Corp., 1939Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Clarence "Pine-Top" Smith.

Edited by Tiny Parham.

Item 12: Breakin' In a Pair of Shoes, New York, NY, Leo. Feist Inc., 1936Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Stept, Sam H. / Washington, Ned and Franklin, Dave.
Item 13: Broadway Melody, New York, NY, Robbins Music Corporation., 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Brown, Nacio Herb / Freed, Arthur.
Item 14: Brown Eyes-Why Are You So Blue?, New York, NY, Henry Waterson, Inc., 1925Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Meyer, George W./Bryan, Al.

2 copies with variations.

Item 15: Bugle Call Rag, New York, NY, Mills Music Inc., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Pettis, Jack; Meyers, Billy; Schoebel, Elmer.
Item 16: Button Up Your Overcoat, New York, NY, De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: De Sylva, B.G.; Brown, Lew; Henderson, Ray.
Item 17: Bye Bye Blackird, New York, NY, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Henderson, Ray/Dixon, Mort.
Folder 3: C Titles, 1922-1942Add to your cart.
Item 1: Can't Get Out of This Mood, New York, NY, Southern Music Publishing Co., 1942Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: McHugh, Jimmy/Loesser, Frank.
Item 2: Carolina In the Morning, New York, NY, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1922Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus.
Item 3: Charley My Boy, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Kahn, Gus and Fiorito, Ted.

2 copies with variations.

Item 4: Charley My Boy, New York, NY, Bourne, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Kahn, Gus and Fiorito, Ted.
Item 5: Charmaine, New York, NY, Lion Music Corporation, 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Rappee, ERno and Pollack, Lew.
Item 6: Clap Hands! Here Comes Charley!, New York, NY, Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., 1925Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Meyer, Joseph/ Rose, Billy and MacDonald, Ballard.

2 versions with different covers.

Item 7: Crazy Words-Crazy Tune (Vo-do-de-o), New York, NY, Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Ager, Milton/Yellen, Jack.
Item 8: Cuddle Up a Little Closer, New York, NY, M. Witmark & Sons, 1932Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Hoschna, Karl/Harbach, Otto.
Folder 4: D Titles, 1903-1943Add to your cart.
Item 1: Dancing in the Barn, Philadelphia, PA, Eclipse Publishing Co., circa 1907Add to your cart.
Composer: Schottische; Arranged by Chas. E. Pratt.; Meldoy by Tom Turner and Ed. W. Orrin.
Item 2: Dear Arabella, New York, NY, Mutual Music Society, Inc., 1941Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Lippman, Sidney/Joseloff, Stanley.
Item 3: 'Deed I Do, Chicago, IL, Ted Browne Music Co., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Hirsch, Walter and Rose, Fred.
Item 4: Dinah, New York, NY, Mills Music Inc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Akst, Harry/Lewis, Sam M. and Young, Joe.
Item 5: Dinah, New York, NY, Henry Waterson, Inc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Akst, Harry/Lewis, Sam M. and Young, Joe.
Item 6: Do I - Do I - Do I Love Her?, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1922Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Akst, Harry/ Young, Joe and Lewis, Sam M.
Item 7: Do It Again, New York, NY, Harms Incorporated., 1922Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Gershwin, George/DeSylva, B.G.
Item 8: Do You, Don't You, Will You, Won't You (Love Me Too), New York, NY, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Little, George A.; Schaetzlein, Larry; Bros., Howard.
Item 9: (Does She Love Me) Positively-Absolutely, New York, NY, DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Coslow, Sam and Herbert, Jean.
Item 10: Don't Bring Lulu, New York, NY, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1925Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Henderson, Ray/Rose, Billy and Brown, Lew.

5 versions with different covers or variations.

Item 11: Don't Bring Me Posies (It's Shoesies That I Need), New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Rose, Fred/McCabe, Billy and Jennings, Clarence.
Item 12: Don't Worry, New York, NY, Paramount Music Corporation, 1943Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Styne, Jule/Gannon, Kim.
Item 13: Don't Your Remember Me?, New York, NY, Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., 1945Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Carle, Frankie/Dkylar, Sunny.
Item 14: Doodle Doo Doo, New York, NY, Leo. Feist, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Kassel, Art and Stitzel, Mel.
Item 15: Down By the Winegar Woiks, New York, NY, Shaprio, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1925Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Bestor, Don; Lewis, Roger; Donovan, Walter.

2 copies with variations.

Item 16: Down on the Farm (They All Ask for You), New York, NY, Skidmore Music Co. Inc., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Dale, Billy; Parrott, Charles; Adams, Jimmy; and Harrison, Harry.
Item 17: Dream a Little Dream of Me, New York, NY, Words and Music, Inc., 1936Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Schwandt, W. and Andree, F / Kahn, Gus.
Folder 5: E-F Titles, 1917-1949Add to your cart.
Item 1: End the Day With a Smile, New York, NY, Shaprio, Bernstein & Co., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Green, Joe and Glogau, Jack / Metzger, William.
Item 2: Everything Is Peaches Down In Georgia, New York, NY, Leo. Feist, Inc., 1918Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Ager, Milton and Meyer, George W. / Clarke, Grant.
Item 3: Father of the Land We Love, 1931Add to your cart.

Issued by the United States George Washington Bicentennial Commission, Washington, D.C.

Copyright 1931 Sol Bloom

Item 4: Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue, New York, NY, Leo Feist, Inc., 1925-1953Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Henderson, Ray / Lewis, Sam and Young, Joe.

4 versions: two with similar covers with variations (both copyright 1949), and 2 with different covers (with copyrights 1925 and 1953).

Item 5: For Me and My Gal, New York, NY, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1917Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Meyer, George W. / Leslie, Edgar and Goetz, E. Ray.
Folder 6: G Titles, 1919-1954Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Gang That Sang "Heart of My Heart", New York, NY, Robbins Music Corporation, 1946Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Ryan, Ben.

3 copies with variations.

Item 2: Get Out and Get Under the Moon, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1928Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Shay, Larry / Tobias, Chas. and Jerome, William.

2 copies with variations.

Item 3: Get Out and Get Under the Moon, New York, NY, Bourne, Inc., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Shay, Larry / Tobias, Chas. and Jerome, William.
Item 4: "Gimmie" a Little Kiss Will "Ya" Huh?, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1926Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Turk, Roy; Smith, Jack; Pinkard.

4 copies with variations or different cover.

Item 5: "Gimmie" a Little Kiss Will "Ya" Huh?, New York, NY, Bourne, Inc.Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Turk, Roy; Smith, Jack; Pinkard, Maceo.
Item 6: "Gimmie" a Little Kiss Will "Ya" Huh?, New York, NY, ABC Mucis Corporation., 1926Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Turk, Roy; Smith, Jack; Pinkard, Maceo.

2 copies with different covers.

Item 7: Girl of My Dreams, New York, NY, Jack Mills, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Clapp, Sunny.
Item 8: Good-bye, Wild Women, Good-bye!, New York, NY, Leo. Feist, Inc., 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Meyer, George W. / Johnson, Howard and Ager, Milton.
Item 9: Good Gracious Annabelle, New York, NY, McCarthy & Fisher, Inc., 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Rose, Ed.; Whiting, George; Pollack, Lew.
Item 10: Good-Night, Dinnie, and God Bless You, New York, NY, Leo Feist, Inc., 1944Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Gartlan, George H..
Item 11: A Good Man Is Hard to Find, New York, NY, Mayfair Music Corp., 1917Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Green, Eddie.
Folder 7: H Titles, 1898-1944Add to your cart.
Item 1: Hail to the Merchant Seamen, Flushing, NY, D.L. Schroeder, 1944Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Pierson, William T. / Pierson, Jessie I.
Item 2: Happy Days Are Here Again, New York, NY, Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Ager, Milton / Yellen, Jack.
Item 3: Hard Hearted Hannah (The Vamp of Savannah), New York, NY, Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Yellen, Jack; Bigelow, Bob; Bathes, Chas.
Item 4: Hard-To-Get Gertie, New York, NY, Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, Inc., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Ager, Milton / Yellen, Jack.
Item 5: Heart of Wetona, New York, NY, Leo, Feist, Inc., 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Gottler, Archie / Mitchell, Sidney D.
Item 6: Hello Baby, New York, NY, Remick Music Corporation, 1930Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Magidson, Herb; Washington, Ned; Cleary, Michael H.

2 different versions (one is an "Artist's Copy).

Item 7: Hello Cutie, New York, NY, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Friend, Cliff.
Item 8: Here's the Old Crowd Back Again, Toronto, Canada, Edward M. Foley., 1945Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Foley, Eddie.
Item 9: Hi-Ho the Merrio (As Long As She Loves Me), New York, NY, Jerome H. Remic & Co., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Conrad, Con / Brown, Lew and Davis, Benny.
Item 10: Holiday March, Chicago, IL, McKinley Music Co., 1898Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Kimball, F.R.
Item 11: How About Me?, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Berlin, Irving.
Item 12: How Could Red Riding Hood?, New York, NY, Jack Mills Inc., 1926Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Randolph, A.P.; Arranger: Whichard, R.D.

2 copies with variations.

Item 13: A Huggin' and a Chalkin', New York, NY, Hudson Music Corp., 1946Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Hayes, Clancy and Goell, Kermit.
Folder 8: I Titles, 1921-1950Add to your cart.
Item 1: I Am Always Building Castles in the Air, New York, NY, Leo Feist, Inc., 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Phillips, Fred A / Garton, Ted. Arranged by Lange, Arthur.
Item 2: I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Baby), New York, NY, Jack Mills Inc., 1928Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: McHugh, Jimmy / Fields, Dorothy.

2 copies with variations.

Item 3: I Cried For You (Now It's Your Turn To Cry Over Me), San Francisco, CA, Sherman, Clay & Co., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Freed, Arthur; Arnheim, Gus; Lyman, Abe.
Item 4: I Cried For You, New York, NY, Miller Music Inc., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Freed, Arthur; Arnheim, Gus; Lyman, Abe.
Item 5: I Don't Know Why (I Just Do), New York, NY,  Leo. Feist, Inc., 1931Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Ahlert, Fred E. / Turk, Roy.
Item 6: I Get the Blues When It Rains, Chicago, IL, Forster Music Publisher Inc., 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Stoddard, Harry / Klauber, Marcy.
Item 7: I Hadn't Anyone Till You, New York, NY, ABC Music Corporation, 1938Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Noble, Ray.
Item 8: I Just "Wanna" Be Known As Susie's "Feller", New York, NY, Irving Berlin Inc., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Brown, Lew and Dreyer, Dave.
Item 9: I Love Me (I'm Wild About Myself), New York, NY, Broadway Music Corporation, 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Weber, Edwin J. / Hoins, Jack and Mahoney, Will.
Item 10: I Miss My Swiss (My Swiss Miss Misses Me), New York, NY, Leo. Feist, Inc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Baer, Abel / Gilbert, L. Wolfe.
Item 11: I Never Knew, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, INc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Fiorito, Ted/ Kahn, Gus.
Item 12: I Never Knew (I Could Love Anybody Like I'm Loving You), New York, NY, Leo. Feist, Inc., 1920Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Pitts, Tom; Egan, Ray; Marsh, Roy K.
Item 13: I Never See Maggie Alone, New York, NY, Irving Berlin Inc., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/lyricist: Lynton, Everett/Tilsey, Harry.
Item 14: I Said My Pajamas (And Put On My Pray'rs), New York, NY, Leeds Music Corporation, 1950Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Pola, Eddie; Wyle, George.
Item 15: I Wanna Go Home (With You), New York, NY, Paxton Music Incorporated, 1945Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Candullo, Joe; Joyce, Jack
Item 16: I "Wanna" Go Where You Go -- Do What You Do -- Then I'll Be Happy, New York, NY, Irving Berlin Publishers, 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Friend, Cliff/Clare, Sidney; Brown, Lew
Item 17: I Want To Be Bad, New York, NY, De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson Inc., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: De Sylva, B.G.; Brown, Lew; Henderson, Ray
Item 18: I Wish We Didn't Have To Say Good-night, New York, NY, Chappell & Co Inc., 1944Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: McHugh, Jimmy/Adamson, Harold
Item 19: I Wonder What's Become of Sally, New York, NY, Ager, Yellen, and Bornstein Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Ager, Milton/Yellen, Jack
Box 26Add to your cart.
Folder 1: I Titles, 1903-1944Add to your cart.
Item 1: I'll Be Seeing You, New York City, NY, Williamson Music, Inc., 1938Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Fain, Sammy/Kahal, Irving
Item 2: I'll Come Back to Claim You When the Leaves Turn Green, St. Louis, MO, The American Music Syndicate, 1903Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Nelson, J. Arthur

Arranger: Sims, Thos. H.

Item 3: I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You), New York City, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Ahlert, Fred E./Turk, Roy
Item 4: I'll Keep the Lovelight Burning, New York City, NY, Remick Music Corporation, 1942Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Tobias, Harry; Kenny, Nick; Levey, Harold
Item 5: I'll Pray for You, New York, Harms Inc., 1942Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Altman, Arthur/Gannon, Kim
Item 6: I'll See You Again, New York, Harms Inc., 1944Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Coward, Noel

French text: Renaud, Emelia

Item 7: I'll See You in My Dreams, New York, Leo. Feist Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Jones, Isham/Kahn, Gus
Item 8: I'm a Big Girl Now, New York City, NY, World Music, Inc., 1946Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Hoffman, Al; Drake, Milton; Livingston, Jerry
Item 9: (I'm a Dreamer) Aren't We All, New York City, NY, DeSylva Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Desylva, B.G.; Brown, Lew; Henderson, Ray
Item 10: I'm Always Chasing Rainbows, New York City, NY, McCarthy & Fischer Inc., 1918Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Carroll, Harry; McCarthy, Joseph
Item 11: I'm Always Chasing Rainbows, New York City, NY, Robbins Music Corporation, 1918Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Carroll, Harry/McCarthy, Joseph
Item 12: I'm Confessin' (That I Love You), New York City, New York, Bourne Inc., 1930Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Daugherty, Doc; Reynolds, Ellis/Neiburg, Al J.
Item 13: I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles, New York & Detroit, Jermone H. Remick & Co., 1919Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Kelletie, John William; Brovin, Jaan Ken.

2 different versions.

Item 14: I'm Just a Vagabond Lover, New York City, NY, Leo. Feist Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Valle, Rudy; Zimmerman, Leon
Item 15: I'm Just Wild About Harry, New York City, NY, M. Witmark & Sons, 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Sissle, Noble; Blake, Eubie
Item 16: I'm Knee Deep in Daisies and Head over Heels in Loves, Chicago, IL, Milton Weil Music Co. Inc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Ash, Paul; Shay, Larry/Goodwin, Joe; Stanley, Jack; Little, George A.
Item 17: I'm Looking over a Four Leaf Clover, New York & Detroit, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Woods, Harry/Dixon, Mort
Item 18: I'm Looking over a Four Leaf Clover, New York City, NY, Warner Bros. Publications Inc., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Woods, Harry/Dixon, Mort
Item 19: I'm Looking over a Four Leaf Clover, New York City, NY, Remick Music Corporation, 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Woods, Harry/Dixon, Mort
Item 20: I'm "Nobody's Baby", New York City, NY, Leo. Feist Inc., 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Davis, Benny; Santly, Lester; Ager, Milton
Item 21: I'm Sitting on Top of the World (Just Rolling Along - Just Rolling Along), New York City, NY, Leo Feist. Inc., 1925Add to your cart.

Four copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Henderson, Ray/Lewis and Young

Item 22: I'm Sorry I Made You Cry, New York City, NY, Leo. Feist Inc., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Clesi, N.J.
Item 23: I'm Tellin' the Birds - Tellin' the Beeds How I Love You, New York City, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Friend, Cliff; Brown, Lew
Item 24: I'm With You, New York, A.J. Stansy Music Co., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Gold, Sam/Huston, Tom
Item 25: I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling, New York City, New York, Santly Bros., Inc., 1929Add to your cart.

Four copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Rose, Billy; Link, Harry; Waller, Thos.

Item 26: I've Only One Idea about the Girls and that's to Love 'Em, New York, Leo. Feist Inc., 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Piantadosi, Al./Carroll, Earl; McCarthy, Joe
Item 27: If I Could Be with You (One Hour To-night), New York City, New York, Remick Music Corp., 1926Add to your cart.

Three copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Creamer, Henry; Johnson, Jimmy

Item 28: Il faut partir, New York, G. Schirmer, Inc., 1941Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donizetti, Gaetano/de Saint-Geoges, J.H.V; Bayard, Jean
Item 29: In the Old Sweet Way, New York, Leo. Feist Inc., 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Caddigan, Jack; Story, Chick
Item 30: It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo', Chicago, IL, Forster Music Publisher Inc., 1923Add to your cart.

Two copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Hall, Wendell

Item 31: It All Depends on You, New York, DeDylva, Bornw, and Henderson, Inc., 1926Add to your cart.

Five copies.

Composer/Lyricist: DeSylva, B.G.; Brown, Lew; Henderson, Ray

Item 32: It Had to be You, Secaucus, NJ, Warner Bros. Publications Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Jones, Isham/Kahn, Gus
Item 33: It's a Million to One You're in Love, New York City, New York, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Davis, Benny; Akst, Harry
Folder 2: J & K Titles, 1922-1944Add to your cart.
Item 1: Jonah, Chicago, IL, Eliza Doyle Smith, 1922Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Tarbell, Harlan; Johnson, Frederick G.
Item 2: Jungle Rhythm, New York CIty, NY, Panoram Music Publishers, 1944Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Shepard, Ollie
Item 3: Just a Prayer, New York City, NY, Mills Music Inc, 1943Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Berk, Morty; Hays, Billy; Frasetto, Joe
Item 4: Just a Prayer Away, New York, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1944Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Kapp, David/Tobias, Charles
Item 5: Just as Though You Were Here, New York City, NY, Yankee Music Publishing Corp, 1942Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Brooks, John Benson/DeLange, Edgar
Item 6: Kittens on the Keys, New York, Jacks Mills Inc., 1922Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Confrey, Jez/Coslow, Sam
Folder 3: L Titles, 1920-1945Add to your cart.
Item 1: Laff it Off!, New York City, NY, Henry Waterson, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Kalmar, Bert; Ruby, Harry
Item 2: Last Night on the Back Porch, New York, Skidmore Music Co. Inc., 1923Add to your cart.

Two covers.

Composer/Lyricist: Brown, Lew; Schraubstader

Item 3: Lazy, New York CIty, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Berlin, Irving
Item 4: Lazy River, Chicago, IL, Ted Browne Music Co., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: DeVoll, Cal; Manley, Dave; Mecum, Dudley
Item 5: Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella (On a Rainy Day), New York City, NY, Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co., 1927Add to your cart.

Two covers; four copies of one cover.

Composer/Lyricist: Fain, Sammy/Kahal, Irving; Wheeler, Francis

Item 6: Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella (On a Rainy Day), Melville, NY, Belwin Mills Publishing Corp., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Fain, Sammy/Kahal, Irving; Wheeler, Francis
Item 7: Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella (On a Rainy Day), New York City, NY, Mills Music, Inc., 1932Add to your cart.

Two covers.

Composer/Lyricist: Fain, Sammy/Kahal, Irving; Wheeler, Francis

Item 8: Let it Rain, New York, Harms Incorporated, 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Kendis, James; Dyson, Hal
Item 9: Lets Grow Old Together, New York, Shapiro Bernstein & Co., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Nelson, Bob
Item 10: Let's Talk about My Sweetie, New York, Leo. Feist Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus
Item 11: Little Pal, New York, DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Jolson, Al; DeSylva, B.G.; Brown, Lew; Henderson, Ray
Item 12: The Lonesomest Girl in Town, New York, Jack Mills Inc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: McHugh, Jimmy; Mills, Irving/Dubin, Al
Item 13: Long Lost Mamma Daddy Misses You, New York, M. Witmark & Sons, 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Woods, Harry
Item 14: Look for the Silver Lining, New York, T.B. Harms, 1920Add to your cart.

Two covers.

Composer/Lyricist: Kern, Jerome; Royce, Edward/Bolton, Guy; Grey, Clifford; DeSylva, B.G.

Item 15: Louise, New York City, NY, Henry Waterson, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Rowell, Glenn/Rush, Ford
Item 16: Louisville Lou (That Vampin' Lady), New York, Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Ager, Milton/Yeller, Jack
Item 17: Love Me or Leave Me, New York, Donaldson-Douglas & Gumble Inc., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus
Item 18: Love on a Greyhound Bus, New York City, NY, Robbins Music Corporation, 1945Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Stoll, George/Blane, Ralph; Thompson, Kay
Folder 4: M Titles, 1908-1952Add to your cart.
Item 1: Ma!, New York City, NY, Fred. Fisher Inc., 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Clare, Sidney; Conrad, Con
Item 2: Main Street, Chicago, IL, McKinley Music Co., 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Crawford, Hazel; Klickmann, F. Henri/Sherwood, Vincent M.; De Voll, Cal
Item 3: Make a Noise Like a Hoop and Roll Away, New York, Helf & Hager Co. Inc., 1908Add to your cart.

Two copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Helf, J. Fred./Shields, Ren

Item 4: Makin' Whooppe!, New York, Donaldson-Douglas & Gumble Inc., 1928Add to your cart.

Two copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus

Item 5: March of the Boy Scouts, Boston, MA, Oliver Ditson Company, 1913Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Grant-Schaefer, G.A.
Item 6: Margie, New York City, NY, Mills Music Inc., 1932Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Conrad, Con; Robinson, J. Russel/Davis, Benny
Item 7: Margie, New York, Waterson, Berlin & Synder Co., 1920Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Conrad, Con; Robinson, J. Russel/Davis, Benny
Item 8: Mary Lou, New York City, NY, Henry Waterson Inc., 1926Add to your cart.

Four covers.

Composer/Lyricist: Lyman, Abe; Waggner, George; Robinson, J. Russel

Item 9: Maybe, New York, Ribbins Music Corporation, 1935Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Flynn, Allan; Madden, Frank
Item 10: Me and My Shadow, New York, Irving Berlin Inc., 1927Add to your cart.

Two copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Jolson, Al; Dreyer, Dave/Rose, Billy

Item 11: Mindin' My Bus'ness, New York, Irving Berlin Inc., 1923Add to your cart.

Three copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus

Item 12: Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean, New York, Jack Mills Inc., 1922Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Shean, Al; Gallagher Ed.
Item 13: Mister Tap Toe, Hollywood, CA, Montclare Music Corporation, 1952Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Gilkyson, Terry; Dehr, Richard; Miller, Frank
Item 14: A Mother's Prayer for Her Wandering Boy, New York, F.B. Haviland Pub. Co., 1922Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Freeman, Harold/Albert, Sam
Item 15: My Baby Just Cares for Me, New York City, NY, Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 1930Add to your cart.

Three copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus

Item 16: My Blue Heaven, New York City, NY, Leo Feist, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.

Two covers, two copies of one cover.

Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter; Whiting, George

Item 17: My Buddy, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1922Add to your cart.

Two copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus

Item 18: My Cutey's Due at Two-To-To To-day, New York, Bibo, Bloedon & Lang, 1926Add to your cart.

Four copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Robin, Leo; von Tilzer, Albert; Bibo, Irving

Item 19: My Little Bimbo Down on the Bamboo Isle, 1920Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Clarke, Grant
Item 20: My Sweetie Went Away (She Didn't Say Where, When, or Why), Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1923Add to your cart.
Copyright/Lyricist: Turk, Roy/Handman, Lou
Item 21: My Shining Hour, New York City, NY, Edwin H. Morris & Company, 1943Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Arlen, Harold/Mercer, Johnny
Item 22: My Wonderful Dream of You, Kansas City, MO, Will L. Livernash Music Co., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Campbell, Nick; Livernash, Will L.
Folder 5: N & O Titles, 1917-1951Add to your cart.
Item 1: Tea for Two, New Yok, Harms Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Yumans, Vincent/Caesar, Irving
Item 2: Nobody's Sweetheart, New York, Jack Mills Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Kahn, Gus; Erdman, Ernie; Meyers, Billy; Schoebel, Elmer
Item 3: Oh Boy! Couldn't You Care For That, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Snyder, Ted/Kahal, Irving
Item 4: Oh! Gee, Oh! Gosh, Oh! Golly I'm in Love, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Breuer, Ernest/Olson; Johnson
Item 5: Oh! Is She Dumb, New York, Stark & Cowan, Inc., 1922Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Gottler, Archive/Clarke, Grant, Leslie, Edgar
Item 6: Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!, Chicago, IL, Forster Music Publisher, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Olman, Abe/Rose, Ed.
Item 7: Oh Mabel!, New York, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Fiorito, Ted/Khan, Gus
Item 8: Oh Maw! Oh Paw! Isn't She the Sweetest Thing, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus
Item 9: Oh! Min, New York, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co Inc., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Conrad, Con
Item 10: Oh! Mother I'm Wild!, New York, Leo Feist Inc., 1920Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Johnson, Howard; Pease, Harry; Nelson, Eddie
Item 11: Oh, What a Breautiful Mornin', New York, Williamson Music, Inc., 1943Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Rodgers, Richard/Hammerstein II, Oscar
Item 12: Oh! You Beautiful Doll, New York, Remick Music Corp., 1911Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Ayer, Nat. D/Brown, A. Seymour
Item 13: Oh! You La! La!, New York, Broadway Music Corporation, 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Tush, Harry/Brown Lew
Item 14: Oh You Litte Sun-Uv-Er-Gun, New York, Leo. Feist, Inc., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Solman, Joseph/Howard, Richard
Item 15: Ol' Pappy, New York City, NY, Santly Bros. Inc., 1934Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Neiburg, Al J.; Symes, Marty; Levinson, Jerry
Item 16: The Old Covered Bridge, New York, Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co. Inc., 1934Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Hill, Billy
Item 17: The Old Soft Shoe, New York, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1949Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Jordan, Roy; Bass, Sid
Item 18: The Old Spinning Wheel, New York, Sharpiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1933Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Hill, Billy
Item 19: On the Farm in Old Missouri, New York, Continental Music Co., 1904Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Armstrong, Verne C.
Item 20: On the 'Gin 'Gin 'Ginny Shore, New York, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1922Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Leslie, Edgar
Item 21: One Dozen Roses, New York City, New York, Famous Music Corporation, 1942Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Jurgens, Dick; Donovan, Walter/Lewis, Roger; Washburn, Country
Item 22: Only a Memory of By-gone Days, Williamsport, PA, Wandersloot Music Pub. Co., 1918Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Weasner, H.C.
Item 23: Only a Rose, New York City, NY, Henry Waterson, Inc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Friml, Rudolf/Hooker, Brian
Item 24: Only Time Will Tell, New York City, NY, Stasny Music Corp., 1944Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Crane, J./Shrieves, Edna
Item 25: Oogi Oogi Wa Wa, New York, Stark & Cowan, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Gottler, Archie/Clarke, Grant; Leslie, Edgar
Item 26: Our Town, New York City, New York, Chappell & Co. Inc., 1934Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Shelton, James
Item 27: Out of This World, New York City, New York, Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., 1945Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Arlen, Harold/Mercer, Johnny
Item 28: Over the Hill, New York, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Allen, Edgar; Rubens, Maurie/Klein, Lou
Box 27Add to your cart.
Folder 1: P & R Titles, 1916-1960Add to your cart.
Item 1: Paddlin' Madelin' Home, New York, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1925Add to your cart.

Two copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Woods, Harry

Item 2: Painting the Clouds with Sunshine, New York, M. Whitmark & Sons, 1924Add to your cart.

Two copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Burke, Joe/Dubin, Al.

Item 3: Paper Doll, New York, B.D. Nice & Co., Inc., 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyrics: David, Lee
Item 4: Prayer, New York City, NY, Bregman, Vocco, and Conn, Inc., 1942Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: unknown
Item 5: A Precious Little Thing Called Love, New York City, NY, Remick Music Corp., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Davis, Lou; Coots, J. Fred
Item 6: Pretty Baby, New York, Remick Music Corporation, 1916Add to your cart.

Three covers: two copies of one cover; three copies of one cover; one copy of one cover.

Composer/Lyricist: Jackson, Tony; van Alstyne, Egbert/Kahn, Gus

Item 7: Pucker Up and Whistle Till the Clouds Roll By, New York, Fred. Fisher Inc., 1921Add to your cart.

Two covers.

Composer/Lyricist: Franklyn, Blanche; Vincent, Nat

Item 8: Pushin' Sand, New York City, NY, Regent Music Corp., 1942Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Simmons, George
Item 9: Put on a Happy Face, New York City, New York, Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., 1960Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Strouse, Charles/Adams, Lee
Item 10: Put Another Chair At the Table, New York, NY, Leeds Music Corp., 1945Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Nelson, Richard and Pvt. Gant, Cecil.
Item 11: Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey, New York, Broadway Music Corporation, 1910Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: von Tilzer, Albert/McCree, Junie
Item 12: Rainbow at Midnight, New York, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1941Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Miller, Lost John
Item 13: Red Hot Mamma, New York City, New York, Rainbow Music Corp., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Wells, Gilbert; Cooper, Bud; Rose, Fred
Item 14: Remick Hits of Parade: 40 Timeless Song Hits, New York, Remick Music Corporation, 1943Add to your cart.
Various composers and lyricists. Songbook.
Folder 2: S Titles, 1901-1956Add to your cart.
Item 1: Salvation Rose, New York, NY, Jos. W. Stern & co., 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/lyricist: Mendelsohn, Jack/Levenson, Robert
Item 2: Say Mister Have You Met Rosie's Sister, Chicago, Il, Ted Browne Music Co., Inc., 1926Add to your cart.

Three copies with variations.

Composer/lyricist: Harrison, Charlie; Rose, Fred

Item 3: Second Hand Rose, New York, NY, Shaprio, Bernstein & Co. Inc, 1921-1956Add to your cart.
Composer/lyricist: Hanley, James F./Clarke, Grant
Item 4: She's a Mean Job!, New York, NY/Detroit, MI, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1921Add to your cart.

2 copies.

Composer/Lyricist: Selby, Jimmy/Landis, Geo

Item 5: She's Funny That Way, New York, NY, Robbins Music Corporation, 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Moret, Neil/Whiting, Richard A.
Item 6: A Shine On Your Shoes, New York, NY, Chapell & Co LTD, 1932Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Dietz, Howard; Schwartz, Arthur
Item 7: Should I, New York, NY, Robbins Music Corporation, 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/lyricist: Brown, Nacio Herb/Freed, Arthur
Item 8: Show Me The Way To Go Home, New York, NY, Harms Inc., 1925Add to your cart.

3 copies with variations

Composer/Lyricist: King, Irving

Item 9: Side By Side, New York, NY, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., 1927Add to your cart.

Three copies with slightly different/different covers.

Composer/Lyricist: Woods, Harry

Item 10: Sing Along with RT, place of publication unknown, publisher unknown, date unknown (1920s?)Add to your cart.
Composer/lyricist: unknown
Item 11: Singin' In The Rain, New York, NY, Robbins Music Corporation, 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Brown, Nacio Herb/Freed, Arthur
Item 12: Sit Down! You're Rocking The Boat, New York, NY, Harry Williams Music Co, Inc., 1914Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Schwartz, Jean/Jerome, W.M.; Clarke, Grant
Item 13: Sleepy Time Gal, New York, NY, Leo Feist, Inc., 1925Add to your cart.

Eight Copies, Seven Covers: one copy of one cover; seven copies of one cover with variations

Composer/Lyricist: Lorenzo, Ange; Whiting, Richard A./Alden, Joseph R.; Egan, Raymond B.

Item 14: Some Peaceful Evening (In Some Peaceful Town), New York, NY, Campbell-Porgie, Inc., 1944Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Bergman, Dewey; Mills, Carley; Roberts, Ann
Item 15: Some Sunday Morning, New York, NY/Detroit, MI, Jerome H. Remick & Co, 1917Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Whiting, Richard A./Kahn, Gus; Egan, Raymond
Item 16: Some Sunny Day, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1922Add to your cart.
Comopser/Lyricist: Berlin, Irving
Item 17: Somebody Stole My Gal, New York, NY, Robbins Music Corporation, 1918-1946Add to your cart.

Two covers.

Composer/lyricist: Wood, Leo

Item 18: Somebody Stole My Gal, New York, NY, Denton & Haskins Music Co., 1924Add to your cart.

3 Copies with variations.

Comopser/lyricist: Wood, Leo

Item 19: Somebody's Thinking Of You Tonight, New York, NY, Southern Music Publishing, Co. Inc., 1942Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Powell, Teddy; Schuster, Ira/Symes, Marty
Item 20: Someday, Somewhere (We Will Meet Again), New York, NY, Chelsea Music Corporation, 1944Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Brookw, Joan; Segal, Jack; Miles, Dick
Item 21: Someone To Watch Over Me "Qui Me Protegera", New York, NY, New World Music Corporation, 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Gershwin, George/Gerswin, Ira; Renaud, Emilia
Item 22: S'posin', New York, NY, Triangle Music Pub. Co., 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Denniker, Paul/Razaf, Andy
Item 23: Standing On The Corner, New York, NY, Frank Music Corp., 1956Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Loesser, Frank
Item 24: Star Dust, New York, NY, Mills Music Inc., 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Charmichael, Hoagy/Parish, Mitchell
Item 25: Stealing, New York, NY, Leo. Feist Inc, 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Sullivan, Dan
Item 26: Stout Hearted Men, New York, NY, Harms Incorporated, 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Romber, Sigmund/Mandel, Frank; Hammerstein, Oscar II
Item 27: Strut, Miss Lizzie, New York, NY, Jack Mllls Inc., 1921Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Creamer; Layton
Item 28: Stuff Like That There, New York, NY, Capitol Songs, Inc., 1945Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Livingston, Jay/Evans, Ray
Item 29: Sugar, You Gotta Quit Rationing Me, New York, NY, STASNY Music Corp., 1943Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: True, Lyle C.
Item 30: Sunbeam Song, Toronto, Canada, 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Shuttleworth, F./Ayldon, B.
Item 31: Sweet Butter, New York, NY/Detroit, MI, Jerome H. Remick Music Corporation, 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Cohn, Irving
Item 32: Sweet Georgia Brown, New York, NY, Remick Music Corporation, 1925Add to your cart.

2 copies

Composer/Lyricist: Bernie, Ben; Pinkard, Maceo; Casey, Kenneth

Item 33: Sweet Mama Papa's Getting Mad, New York, NY, Jack Mills Inc., 1920Add to your cart.
Compose/Lyricist: Rose, Fred; Little, George A.; Frost, Peter L.
Item 34: Sweet Sue Just You, New York, NY, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Young, Victor/Harris, Will J.
Folder 3: T and U Titles, 1910-1951Add to your cart.
Item 1: Take Me With You Cutey, and Forget to Bring Me Back, New York, NY, Leo. Feist., 1910Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Piantadosi, Al./Gray, Thomas J.
Item 2: Take Your Finger Out of Your Mouth (I Want a Kiss From You), New York, NY, Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Von Tilzer, Harry.
Item 3: Tall Teller of Tall Tales (A Nonsense Song), New York, NY, Ashland Music Corp., 1955Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Leighton, Elly.
Item 4: Tea For Two (Tu Seras), New York, NY, Harms Incorporated, 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Youmans, Vincent / Caesar, Irving (Spanish text by Camacho, Johnnie).
Item 5: The Tears on Lincoln's Face, New York, NY, Al Gallico Music Corp., 1970Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Sutton, Glenn and Lewis, Hugh.
Item 6: Ten Little Miles From Town, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Schoebel, Elmer / Kahn, Gus.
Item 7: That Wonderful Mother of Mine, New York, NY, M. Witmark & Sons, 1918Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Goodwin, Walter / Hager, Clyde.
Item 8: That's My Weakness Now, New York, NY, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Green, Bud and Stept, Sam H.
Item 9: That's What I Call Keen, New York, NY, Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Fiorito, Ted / Kahn, Gus.
Item 10: There Ain't No Maybe in My Baby's Eyes, San Francisco, CA, Villa Moret Inc., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus and Egan, Raymond.
Item 11: There'll Be Some Changes Made, New York, NY, Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, 1923Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Overstreet, Benton W. / Higgins, Billy.

2 covers with variations.

Item 12: There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder, New York, NY, Ivring Berlin, Inc., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Jolson, Al; Rose, Billy; Dreyer, Dave.
Item 13: Three O'Clock in the Morning, New York, NY - Leo Feist, Inc. / Longdon England - West's Ltd., 1922Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Robledo, Julian/ Terriss, Dorothy.

5 copies with variations.

Item 14: Three Thousand Years Ago, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Egan, Jack / Gerber, Alex.
Item 15: Tie Me to Your Apron Strings Again, Chicago, IL, Milton, Weil Music Co., 1925Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Shay, Larry / Goodwin, Joe.

2 copies with variations.

Item 16: Time on My Hands (You In My Arms), New York, NY, Miller Music, Inc., 1930Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Youmans, Vincent / Adamson, Harold and Gordon, Mack.
Item 17: To-Night's My Night With Baby, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Meyer, Joseph and Buttenuth, Bobby / Caesar, Irving.
Item 18: Too Old to Cut the Mustard, Nashville, TN, Acuff-Rose Publications, Inc., 1951Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Carlisle, Bill.
Item 19: Toot, Toot, Tootsie! (Good-Bye), New York, NY, Leo Feist, Inc., 1949Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Kahn, Gus; Erdman, Ernie; Russo, Dan.
Item 20: Universal Dance Folio for Piano (No. 14), New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1924-1927Add to your cart.

Book of music includes the songs:

Russian Lullaby (Irving Berlin); Me and My Shadow (Al Joson/ Billy Rose/ Dave Dreyer); Miss Annabelle Lee (Sidney Clare, Lew Pollack, Harry Richman); What Does it Matter? (Irving Berlin), Blue Skies (Irving Berlin), It's a Million to One You're In Love (Benny Davis and Harry Akst); Is It Possible? (That She Loves Me) (Mort Dixon and Harry Woods); Sweet Marie (Billy Rose and Abe Frankl); Rosy Cheeks (Seymour Simons and Richard A Whiting); Where the Wild, Wild Flowers Grow (Mort Dixon and Harry Woods); Havana (Raymond B. Egan and Vincent Rose); Pretty Little Bom Bom From Bombay (Howard Johnson, Al. Sherman, and Chas. Tobias); Sweet Yvette (Benny Davis and Harry Akst); Take This Rose (Gus Kahn and Hero DeRance); Pining for You (Gus Kahn and Philip Spitalny); Love and Kisses (From Baby to You) (Phil Baker and Sid Silver); So Will I (Lew Brown and Cliff Friend); My Idea of Heaven (Is to be in Love With You) (Howard Johnson, Al Sherman, and Chas. Tobias); Let's Make Up (Jack Golden and Harry Albert); But I Do-You Know I Do (Gus Kahn and Walter Donaldson); Just Call On Me (Jacques Renard, George J Horther, and Bernardo Fazioli); Chinky Butterfly (Lee David and Billy Rose); Roses Remind Me of You (Benny Davis, All Sherman, and Joe Burke); My Sunday Girl (Herman Ruby, Bud Cooper, and Sam H. Stept); Somebody and Me! (Raymond Klages and Ernie Golden); You'll Never be Missed a Hundred Years from Now (Billy Rose, Mort Dixon, and Redmond Farrar); Ha! Ha! Don't Make Me Laugh! (Paul Cunningham); (I'm Haunted By) That Swanee River Song (Chris Smith, JOseph Carlton, and Henry Troy); Southern Dreams (Marion E. Conley and Jack Egan); Old Fashioned Sal (Nelson Ingham, Billy Hays, and Charlie Smith).

Folder 4: V and W Titles, 1915-1944Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Varsity Drag, New York, NY, De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: De Sylva, B.G.; Brown, Lew; and Henderson, Ray.
Item 2: Walkin' My Baby Back Home, New York, NY, De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc., 1930Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Turk, Roy and Ahlert, Fred E.
Item 3: We Know Where You're Going, New York, NY, Murray Singer Music Publishing Co., 1942Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Singer, Murray; Phillips, William; Patrick, Fred.
Item 4: The Wedding of the Shimmie and Jazz, New York, NY, Leo. Feist, Inc., 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Hess, Cliff and Johnson, Howard.
Item 5: What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?, New York, NY, Leo. Feist, Inc., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyracist: Donaldson, Walter and Lyman, Abe.
Item 6: (What Do We Do on A) Dew Dew Dewy Day, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Johnson, Howard; Tobias, Chas.; Sherman, Al.

2 copies with variations.

Item 7: What! No Women?, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Bloom, Marty and Sturm, Maurice.
Item 8: What'll I Do?, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Berlin, Irving.

2 copies with different covers..

Item 9: When Day Is Done; New York, NY, Harms Incorporated, 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Katscher, Robert / De Sylva, B.G.
Item 10: When I Take My Sugar to Tea, New York, NY, Famous Music Company, 1931Add to your cart.

Composer/Lyricist: Fain, Sammy; Kahal, Irving; and Norman, Pierre.

2 copies with different covers.

Item 11: When It Comes to Loving the Girls I'm Way Ahead of the Times, New York, NY, McCarthy & Fisher, Inc., 1919Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Glogau, Jack / Kissen, Murray and Burns, Joe.
Item 12: When It's Orange Blossom Time in Loveland (I'll Be Waiting at the Church for You), New York, NY, Joe Morris Music Co., 1915Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Lange, Arthur / Branen, Jeff.
Item 13: When My Baby Smles At Me, New York, NY, Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., 1920Add to your cart.

2 covers.

Composer/Lyricist: Munro, Bill/Sterling, Andrew B.; Lewis, Ted

Item 14: When My Sugar Walks Down the Street All the Little Birdies Go Tweet-Tweet-Tweet, New York, NY Jack Mills Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/lyricist: Austin, Gene; McHugh, JImmy; Mills, Irving
Item 15: When The Red, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along, New York, NY, Irving Berling, Inc., 1926Add to your cart.

Three copies with variations.

Composer/Lyricist: Woods, Harry

Item 16: When They Do the Hula Hula On The Boulevard, New York, NY/Detroit, MI, Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1918Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Lawrence, Ray/Bryan, Alfred
Item 17: When You and I Were Seventeen, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1924Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Rosoff, Chas./Kahn, Gus
Item 18: When You Were Sweet Sixteen, New York, NY, Shapiro, Bernstein, and Co. Inc., 1898-1927Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Thornton, James
Item 19: When You're Smiling The Whole World Smiles With You, New York, NY, Mills Music Inc., 1927Add to your cart.

Two Copies with variations.

Composer/Lyricist: Fisher, Mark; Goodwin, Larry; Shay, Larry

Item 20: Where'd You Get Those Eyes? New York, NY, Leo. Feist. Inc., 1926Add to your cart.

Two different copies (one is an "artist's copy")

Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter

Item 21: Wherever You Are, New York, NY, Miller Music, Inc., 1942Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Friend, Cliff; Tobias, Charlie
Item 22: Whistle A Song, New York, NY, Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1920Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Howard, Jos. E.; Kornblum, I.B. / Myers, Z.
Item 23: Who Takes Care Of The Caretaker's Daughter (While The Caretaker's Busy Taking Care), New York, NY, Shaprio, Bernstein, & Co., 1925Add to your cart.

Two copies

Composer/Lyricist: Endor, Chick

Item 24: Who Wouldn't, New York, NY, Irving Berlin Inc., 1926Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus
Item 25: Who's Sorry Now, New York, NY, Waterson, Berling, & Snyder Co., 1923Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Snyder, Ted/Kalmar, Bert; Ruby, Harry
Item 26: Who's Wonderful, Who's Marvelous? Miss Annabelle Lee, New York, NY, Irving Berlin, Inc., 1927Add to your cart.

Five copies: Four of one cover with variations, One of one cover

Composer/Lyricist: Clare, Sidney; Pollack, Lew; Richman, Harry

Item 27: Why Must I always Be Alone, New York, NY, Stasny Music Corp, 1944Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Deware, Ray
Item 28: Will You Remember (Sweetheart), New York, NY/Boston, MA, G. Schirmer, 1917Add to your cart.

Two copies of varying size

Composer/Lyricist: Romberg, Sigmuns/Young, Rida Johnson

Item 29: With A Song In My Heart, New York, NY, Harms Incorporated, 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Rodgers, Richard/Hart, Lorenz
Item 30: Without A Song, New York, NY, Miller Music Corporation, 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Youmans, Vincent/ Rose, William; Eliscu, Edward
Box 28Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Y Titles, 1917-1937Add to your cart.
Item 1: Yankee Doodle Never Went To Town, New York, NY, Select Music Publications Inc., 1935Add to your cart.
Coposer/Lyricist: Hanighen, Bernard/Freed, Ralph
Item 2: Yes Sir! That's My Baby, New York, NY, Irving Berling, Inc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus
Item 3: Yes Sir! That's My Baby, New York, NY, Bourne Inc., 1925Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Donaldson, Walter/Kahn, Gus
Item 4: Yes! We Have No Bananas, New York, NY, Skidmore Music Co.Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Silver, Frank; Cohn, Irving
Item 5: You Can Have It I Don't Want It, New York, NY, Frank K. Root & Co., 1928Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Hill, May; Williams, Clarence; Piron, Armand J.
Item 6: You Do Something To Me, New York, NY, Harms Incorporated, 1929Add to your cart.

Two covers

Composer/Lyricist: Porter, Cole

Item 7: You Go To My Head, New York, NY, Remick Music Corporation, 1938Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Coots, J. Fred/Gillespie, Haven
Item 8: You Know What I Mean, New York, NY, M. Witmark & Sons, 1929Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: Rath, Fred/ Dubin, Alfred
Item 9: You Send Me, New York, NY, Robbins Busic Corporation, 1944Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricist: McHugh, Jimmy/Harold, Donaldson
Item 10: You Tell 'Em, New York, NY, Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co. Inc.Add to your cart.
COmposer/Lyricist: Osborne, Nat/Dunkerley, A. Stanley
Item 11: You Took Advantage Of Me, New York, NY, Harms Incorporated, 1928Add to your cart.

2 covers

Composer/lyricist/: Rodgers, Richard/Hart, Lorenz

Item 12: You Were Meant For Me, New York, NY, Robbins Music Corporation, 1928Add to your cart.

Two covers.

Composer/Lyricist: Brown, Nacio Herb/Freed, Arthur

Item 13: You're A Grand Old Flag, Voge Music Co. Inc., 1933Add to your cart.
Composer/Lyricst: George M. Cohan

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