Jack Linker American Bands Sound Recording Collection

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Subject Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

78 rpm Sound Recordings

Cylinder Sound Recordings

Music and Photographs

Historic Audio Equipment

Piano Rolls



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Finding Aid for Jack Linker American Bands Sound Recording Collection, circa 1895-1939 | The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

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Collection Overview

Title: Jack Linker American Bands Sound Recording Collection, circa 1895-1939Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: 12/9/104

Primary Creator: Linker, Jack (1932-2018)

Extent: 19.95 cubic feet

Arrangement: The collection is divided by format into five series. The 78 rpm sound recordings from Series 1 are arranged alphabetically by artist, then alphabetically by composition title. Numbers listed after label name indicate issue number. If a record has both an A and a B side, it has been alphabetized using the artist and title information from Side A. The 7-, 5 1/2-, and 4-inch records, which were stored by Linker in an album, are found at the end of the series and are in the order that was maintained by Linker within the album. The original records album is also included at the end of the series. The cylinder recordings from Series 2 are separated first by length (either 2-minute or 4-minute), then arranged alphabetically by artist, then alphabetically by composition title. Selections of original cylinder casings have been placed at the end of Series 2. Series 3 consists of music and photographs. Series 4 consists of historic audio equipment, and is arranged by non-accession number. Series 5 consists of piano rolls, and is arranged alphabetically by composer's last name.

Date Acquired: 08/01/2007. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Bands, Brass Bands, Military Music

Formats/Genres: Sound Recordings

Languages: English, German, French

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of two hundred and twenty commercially produced 10- and 12-inch 78 rpm sound recordings, sixteen 7-, 5 1/2-, and 4-inch 78 rpm sound recordings, and one hundred seventy-two historic 2- and 4-minute cylinder recordings documenting performances by the Sousa, Pryor, Herbert, Goldman, Gilmore and RCA Victor bands, among others, made between 1895 and 1923. In addition is a small selection of published piano arrangements of Sousa marches. The collection is organized in four series: Series 1, 78 rpm Sound Recordings, ca. 1899-1939; Series 2, Cylinder Recordings, ca. 1895-1910; Series 3, Music and Photographs; Series 4, Historic Audio Equipment, ca 1899-1915; and Series 5: Piano Rolls, ca. 1918-1989. Of particular interest are four folders of associated advertising and catalogs for Edison, Columbia and Victor recording companies.

Biographical Note

Linker first developed an interest in John Philip Sousa while playing clarinet in his high school band. Briefly educated at Miami University, he left college to join the Navy as a radioman. During his service he learned the harmonica, kept a small phonograph for his private use in the radio room, and spent his shore leave attending concerts in New York City. After leaving the Navy in 1955, Linker began collecting sound recordings and associated materials, including early cylinder sound recordings, records, and piano rolls.

Subject/Index Terms

Bands
Brass Bands
Military Music

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Accruals:

164 cylinders and associated advertising and catalogs donated June 3, 2008.

Historic 4-minute cylinder and 78rpm disc sound recordings of 19th and 20th-century American brass bands and soloists, 1908 Edison Standard Model K 2/4-minute cylinder phonograph, and cylinder production index books donated June 13, 2009.

136 cylinder and disc recordings donated February 17, 2011.

Audio recordings and Amberola 50 Phonograph donated September 8, 2011.

Historic piano rolls donated October 16, 2017.

Acquisition Source: Jack Linker

Acquisition Method: Donation.

Appraisal Information: The collection will be donated in three installments over the next three years. The first donation will consist of 78rpm sound recordings and a small selection of cylinder recordings of the Sousa, Pryor, Gilmore, and other related bands. The second installment will consist of the remainder of Linker's cylinder recordings of American and European bands and the final donation will consist of his historic piano rolls and his collection of sound recording equipment.


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[Series 1: 78 rpm Sound Recordings, ca. 1899-1939],
[Series 2: Cylinder Sound Recordings, ca. 1895-1939],
[Series 3: Music and Photographs, ca. 1894-1929],
[Series 4: Historic Audio Equipment, ca. 1899-1915],
[Series 5: Piano Rolls, ca. 1918-1989],
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Series 5: Piano Rolls, ca. 1918-1989Add to your cart.
This series consists of piano rolls, which are continuous strips of paper that have perforations representing musical notes within a composition. These rolls are inserted into a player piano and a tracking bar reads the perforations, playing the musical piece automatically. The series is organized alphabetically by composer's last name.
Box 48Add to your cart.
Item 1: Frank Adams, "Marching with Dixy", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, Q-1012
Item 2: Luther Arnoldi, "America's Liberty", undatedAdd to your cart.
U.S., 8884
Item 3: Billy Baskette, "Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France (March Song)", undatedAdd to your cart.
US, 8500
Item 4: Thomas Becket, "The Red, White and Blue", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 425
Item 5: Edward Bergenholtz, "Flying Artillery Overture Op. 23", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 12411
Item 6: Irving Berlin, "For Your Country and My Country", undatedAdd to your cart.
Standard Music Roll Co., 87015
Item 7: Frederick Ellsworth Bigelow, "The NC-4 March", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 33400
Item 8: C. A. Blodgett, "Battleship New York March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Pianosyle, 48365
Item 9: Franz von Blon, "Under the Banner of Victory", undatedAdd to your cart.
Ideal, 1287
Item 10: O. H. Bollman, "Duppler Schanzen March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Connorized, 2256
Item 11: Francis Saltus van Boskerck, "Semper Paratus", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 7725
Item 12: Edmund Braham, "National Army March", undatedAdd to your cart.
U.S., 8980
Item 13: Ted Browne, "U. S. Marine Band March", undatedAdd to your cart.
The Starr Piano, 91
Item 14: Joseph A. Burke, "If I Had a Son For Each Star in Old Glory", undatedAdd to your cart.
Majestic, 46184
Item 15: E. C. Calvin, "Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-Three", undatedAdd to your cart.
U.S., 5830
Item 16: C. A. Cappa, "American Navy March", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 30300
Item 17: George L. Cobb, "The Battle Song of Liberty", undatedAdd to your cart.
Imperial, 511660-50
Item 18: George M. Cohan, "Over There March Song", undatedAdd to your cart.
Majestic, 46451
Item 19: Con Conrad, "Oh! Frenchy", undatedAdd to your cart.
Imperial, 9626
Item 20: W. A. Corey, "United Nations March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Majestic, 46480
Item 21: Charles A. Curtis, "Gallant Hero March", undatedAdd to your cart.
U.S., 9987
Item 22: Lucien Denni, "The Nation's Awakening", 1981Add to your cart.
Play-right, 500-A
Item 23: Richard Eilenberg, "March of the Sharpshooters", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 3596
Item 24: Richard Eilenberg, "The Passing of the Guard", undatedAdd to your cart.
The Starr Piano, 8032
Item 25: Louis Elbel, "The Victors", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, Q-274
Item 26: H. Engelman, "Taps!", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 33181
Item 27: Rudolph O. Erlebach, "Review of the U. S. Fleet", undatedAdd to your cart.
Universal, 303189
Item 28: Walter Esberger, "Mother, Sister, Sweetheart We're Home Again", undatedAdd to your cart.
Vocalstyle, 11242
Item 29: William H. Farrell and DeWitt H. Morse, "When I Get Back From (Over There)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Paramount, 6755
Item 30: Henry Fillmore, "Field Artillery March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Arto, 27345
Item 31: Henry Fillmore, "His Excellency", undatedAdd to your cart.
Keynote Music Roll, 301205
Item 32: Henry Fillmore, "Men of Ohio March", undatedAdd to your cart.
International, 1871
Item 33: Henry Fillmore, "Sally Trombone", undatedAdd to your cart.
Starck, 303423
Item 34: Cliff Friend and Charles Tobias, "We Did It Before and We Can Do It Again (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 7579
Box 49Add to your cart.
Item 1: James Melville Fulton, "Tipperary March", undatedAdd to your cart.
88 Note, 3643
Item 2: Giuseppe Gabetti, "Italian Royal March", undatedAdd to your cart.
U.S., 6890
Item 3: Edwin Franko Goldman, "On the Mall March", undatedAdd to your cart.

Play-rite, 351-A

Played by Addison and Gordon.

Item 4: Edwin Franko Goldman, "Sangamore March", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 33385

Music copyrighted by Carl Fischer, 1921.

Item 5: George Goldsmith, "The Liberty Bond March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Pianostyle, 46598
Item 6: August Grosch, "Hail to the U. S. Army (Military March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Perforated Music Roll, 851485
Item 7: Robert Browne Hall, "New Colonial March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Universal, 300483
Item 8: Robert Browne Hall, "Officer of the Day", 1921Add to your cart.

QRS, 1442

Words copyrighted 1921 by Q. R. S. Music Co.

Item 9: Sydney P. Harris, "The Cavalier (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Ideal, 1303
Item 10: George P. Heeb, "77th Division", undatedAdd to your cart.
International, 1001
Item 11: Abe Holzmann, "The Flying Arrow (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Connorized Music, 855
Item 12: Abe Holzmann, "Uncle Sammy", 1918Add to your cart.

Imperial, 9649-90

Music written in 1904.

Item 13: Abe Holzmann, "The Winning Fight (March and Two Step)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Imperial, 1474
Item 14: G. Howard, "I'm Proud to Be of Service to My Country", undatedAdd to your cart.

Vocalstyle, 11072

Played by Joe Murray.

Item 15: Joseph E. Howard, "Somewhere in France is the Lily (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Mignon, 2206

Played by Eriscon.

Item 16: Fred K. Huffer, "Hail to America (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Imperial, 9537-75

Arraged by Wm. Hartman.

Item 17: Authur Wellesley Hughes, "Royal Canadian March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Universal, 6259
Item 18: Julius K. Johnson, "Boy Scouts Parade March", undatedAdd to your cart.
U. S., 8482
Item 19: Amanda Kennedy, "Star of the Sea (Reverie)", undatedAdd to your cart.
88 Note, 5271
Item 20: Kiefer, "Supremacy (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Melodee, 203847
Item 21: Joseph Kiefer, "Hail Philadelphia (Patriotic March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Ideal, 9800
Item 22: Manuel Klein, "Hippodrome 1913 (Under Many Flags)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Virtuoso, 81075

Song List: 1. Pretty Little Maiden on the Screen; 2. Temple Bells; 3. Scotland Forever; 4. Every Nation Has a Flower; 5. Home is Where the Heart Is; 6. Sweetheart, Let's Go a Walking; 7. The Dear Old White House; 8. Fishing; 9. The Youngsters of the Navy.

Arranged by Geo. P. Heeb.

Item 23: Arthur Lange, "America, Here's My Boy", undatedAdd to your cart.

Vocalstyle, 50035

Played by Wehmeier & Esberger.

Item 24: Arthur Lange, "We're Going Over (Saxo-Rag One Step)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Standard Music Roll Co., 50035

Played by Frank C. Weston.

Item 25: L. P. Laurendeau, "Feld Cornet", undatedAdd to your cart.
88 Note, 7749
Item 26: J. Lewis, "For Home and Country March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Aeolian, TL-22717
Item 27: Harry J. Lincoln, "Blaze of Honor (March and Two Step)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Melodee, 303345
Item 28: Harry J. Lincoln, "Capitol City (March and Two Step)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 31121
Item 29: Harry J. Lincoln, "For All and Forever", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 1908

Music copyrighted by Harry J. Lincoln Music Co., 1919.

Item 30: H. J. Lincoln, "The Still Alarm", undatedAdd to your cart.
Connorized, 20428
Item 31: Harry J. Lincoln, "To the Rescue", undatedAdd to your cart.

U.S., 9895

Music copyrighted in 1920.

Item 32: Frank Loesser, "What Do You Do in the Infantry", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 7906

Played by Milne.

Item 33: F. H. Losey, "Commander in Chief", undatedAdd to your cart.
Capitol Music Roll, 40148
Item 34: A. L. Maresh, "Guard of Honor March", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 32286
Item 35: Anthony L. Maresh, "Mighty America", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS,33197
Box 50Add to your cart.
Item 1: Earl Elleson McCoy, "Lights Out, March and Two Step", undatedAdd to your cart.
U.S., 5999
Item 2: George G. Meade, "Footlight Flashes", undatedAdd to your cart.
Ideal, 01157
Item 3: J. William Middendorf, "Medal of Honor March", 1923Add to your cart.

Imperial, X5562

Copyright by the Matthews Music Co,

Item 4: F. W. Miller, "President Coolidge March", undatedAdd to your cart.
U.S., 41736
Item 5: Theodore Morse, "Soldier Boy", undatedAdd to your cart.
Harmony, 18313
Item 6: Danny Nirella, "The Rainbow Division", 1921Add to your cart.

QRS, 1444

Music copyrighted by 1918 by Bellefield Music Pub. Co.

Words Copyrighted by 1921 by Q.R.S. Music Co.

Item 7: Ivor Novello, "Keep the Home Fires Burning (Till the Boys Come Home)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Imperial, 935-65

Played by Zema Randale.

Item 8: Ivor Novello, "Till the Boys Come Home (Keep the Home Fires Burning)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Pianostyle, 45784
Item 9: Jacques Offenbach, "The Marine's Hymn", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 7995

Played by Frank Milne.

Item 10: Louis Panella, "The American Red Cross March", 1919Add to your cart.
U.S., 10019
Item 11: E. T. Paull, "America Forever", undatedAdd to your cart.
Pianostyle, 45772
Item 12: E. T. Paull, "Ben Hur Chariot Race", undatedAdd to your cart.
Cable Company, 2634
Item 13: E. T. Paull, "Charges of the Light Brigade", undatedAdd to your cart.
Pianostyle, 46703
Item 14: Carl, Peter, "The Jolly Coppersmith", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 1604
Item 15: Arthur Pryor, "Arms of America", undatedAdd to your cart.
U.S., 4814B
Item 16: Arthur Pryor, "Frozen Bill", undatedAdd to your cart.
Autopiano Company, 753
Item 17: Arthur Pryor, "The Passing of Ragtime", undatedAdd to your cart.
Chase and Baker, 1401F
Item 18: Authur Pryor, "Pryor March Medley", 1978Add to your cart.

88 Note, 380 on Box (300467 on Paino Roll)

Music list: 1) Coon Band Contest; 2) On Jersey Shore; 3) Razzazza Mazzazza; 4) Frozen Bill; 5) Triumph of Old Glory

Item 19: Arthur Pryor, "The Whistler and His Dog (Caprice)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Aeolian Company, 70876

Played by Henry Bergman.

Item 20: F. J. Ricketts, "Colonel Bogey", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 33372

The composer's pen name is Kenneth J. Alford.

Copyright by Hawkes & Son.

Played by Frank Milne.

Item 21: C. A. Rinker, "Military Parade", undatedAdd to your cart.
Supertone, 67368
Item 22: Lee S. Roberts, "March of the Tanks", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, Autograph Word Roll, 587. Words by J. Will Callahan and Harry Yeager.
Item 23: George F. Root, "The Battle Cry of Freedom", undatedAdd to your cart.
Vocalstyle Music Co,  6013.
Item 24: Carl Schramm, "Flag Day March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Starr, 1117.
Item 25: Ira Schuster, "The Navy Will Bring Them Back (One Step)", undatedAdd to your cart.

US, 39159

Pianist: Bertha Wolp. Copyright 1918: Leo Feist.

Item 26: Jean Schwartz, Harold Atteridge, and Al Jolson, "Tell That to the Marines (March Song)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Vocalstyle, 11239

Music copyrighted by 1918 by Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.

Played by Davidson and Murray; Vocal Interpretation by Joe Murray.

Item 27: Ray Sherwood and Harry Lincoln, "The Great American (March Song)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Connorized, 7467

Music copyrighted by 1922 by Vandersloot Music Co.

Played by S.A. Perry

Item 28: Eugenio Sorrentino, "Willow Grove (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 30076
Item 29: John Philip Sousa, "The Black Horse Troop (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 33401

Copyright: Fox Publishing Co., 1925

Item 30: John Philip Sousa, "Boy Scouts of America", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 33387

Music copyrighted by 1916 by Harms, Inc.

Item 31: John Philip Sousa, "Bride Elect (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 30104
Item 32: John Philip Sousa, "Bullets and Bayonets (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 33326

Music published by G. Schirmer, 1919.

Item 33: John Philip Sousa, "The Caissons Go Rolling Along (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 7619

E.L. Gruber

Item 34: John Philip Sousa, "Charlaton March", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 30098
Item 35: John Philip Sousa, "Comrads of the Legion (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Vocalstyle, 50219

Played by Allison & Hunt. Copyright: Sam Fox Pub. Co., 1920.

Box 51Add to your cart.
Item 1: John Philip Sousa, "Sousa March Medley", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, M-66300

Song list: The Directorate; Fairest of the Fair; Stars and Stripes Forever (March); and Washington Post March.

Item 2: John Philip Sousa, "The Directorate (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 30105
Item 3: John Philip Sousa, "El Capitan March", undatedAdd to your cart.
W. W. Kimball Co., C5018
Item 4: John Philip Sousa, "Fairest of the Fair (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Universal, 90545
Item 5: John Philip Sousa, "Federal March", undatedAdd to your cart.

88 Note, 98205

Composition copyrighted by 1911 by John Church Co.

Item 6: John Philip Sousa, "The Free Lance March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Connorized Music Co., 856
Item 7: John Philip Sousa, "From Maine to Oregon (March and Two-Step)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Standard Music Roll Company, 80334
Item 8: John Philip Sousa, "The Gallant Seventh (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

W. W. Kimball Co., E-7612

Music copyrighted by 1922 by Sam Fox Publishing Co.

Item 9: John Philip Sousa, "Glory of the Yankee Navy", undatedAdd to your cart.
Imperial, 510210-50
Item 10: John Philip Sousa, "Hail to the Spirit of Liberty (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 30051
Item 11: John Philip Sousa, "Hands Across the Sea (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 1607
Item 12: John Philip Sousa, "The High School Cadets (March)", 1921Add to your cart.
QRS, 1657
Item 13: John Philip Sousa, "International Congress", undatedAdd to your cart.

Aeolian, 81092

Song list: Fugue on Yankee Doodle; Hail Columbia; God Save the King; Marseillaise; Wearing of the Green; Wachtam Rhein; Russian Hymn; Austrian National Hymn; Italian Song; Polish Dance; and Star Spangled Banner.

Item 14: John Philip Sousa, "The Invincible Eagle (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 16754
Item 15: John Philip Sousa, "Jack Tar (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 3994 (?)
Item 16: John Philip Sousa, "Jack Tar (March) and The Man Behind the Gun (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Automatic Music Roll Co., 88301
Item 17: John Philip Sousa, "King Cotton March", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 30031
Item 18: John Philip Sousa, "Lambs' March", undatedAdd to your cart.

Vocalstyle, 50564

Played by D. E. Miller.

Item 19: John Philip Sousa, "Liberty Bell (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Jewel Roll, 03037
Item 20: John Philip Sousa, "Liberty Bell (It's Time to Ring Again)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Imperial, 9490-85

Song copyrighted by 1917 by Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.

Played by Art Kahn & W. H.

Item 21: John Philip Sousa, "The Liberty Loan March", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 33249

Music published by John Philip Sousa, 1917.

Item 22: John Philip Sousa, "The Man Behind the Gun (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
88 Note
Item 23: John Philip Sousa, "Manhattan Beach March", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 1658
Item 24: John Philip Sousa, "March Medley", undatedAdd to your cart.

Universal, 95615

Song List: Washington Post; El Capitan; Semper Fidelis; Diplomat; Invincible Eagle; and King Cotton.

Item 25: John Philip Sousa, "The National Game (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 33402

Music copyrighted by Sam Fox Pub. Co., 1925.

Item 26: John Philip Sousa, "The New York Hippodrome (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 32366

Music copyrighted by T. B. Harms, 1915.

Item 27: John Philip Sousa, "Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Duo Art, The Aeolian Company, 18865-D

Music Copyrighted by Sam Fox Pub. Co., 1923.

Played by Erlebach & Milne.

Item 28: John Philip Sousa, "Powhatan's Daughter (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Mignon, 2181

Played by Meta Haight.

Item 29: John Philip Sousa, "Sabre and Spur (March of American Cavalry)", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 33308

Music copyrighted by Sam Fox Pub. Co., 1918.

Item 30: John Philip Sousa, "Semper Fidelis (Bluebird March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 3726
Item 31: John Philip Sousa, "Sesqui-Centennial Exposition March", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 33405
Box 52Add to your cart.
Item 1: John Philip Sousa, "Solid Men to the Front (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
International, 1129
Item 2: John Philip Sousa, "March Medley No. 2", undatedAdd to your cart.

Note 88, 7066. Arranged by M. E. Brown.

Song List: 1. The High School Cadets; 2. Hands Across the Sea; 3. El Capitan; 4, Fairest of the Fair; 5. Manhattan Beach; 6. Stars and Stripes Forever.

Item 3: John Philip Sousa, "Sousa Medley March No. 4", undatedAdd to your cart.

Piano Style, 45775

Song List: King Cotton; Liberty Bell

Item 4: John Philip Sousa, "Sousa Medley No. 5", undatedAdd to your cart.

Majestic, 5776

Song List: Manhattan Beach and The Directorate

Item 5: John Philip Sousa, "Stars and Stripes Forever (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
(With Words)
Item 6: John Philip Sousa, "Stars and Stripes Forever (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 30028
Item 7: John Philip Sousa, "Stars and Stripes Forever", undatedAdd to your cart.

Word Roll 1605

Played by Frank Milne

Item 8: John Philip Sousa, "Tally Ho Overture", undatedAdd to your cart.
88 Note, 5165
Item 9: John Philip Sousa, "The Thunderer March", undatedAdd to your cart.

Vocalstyle, 50237

Played by Osgood & Black.

Item 10: John Philip Sousa, "U.S. Field Artillery March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Word Roll, 1602
Item 11: John Philip Sousa, "Under the Double Eagle (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Word Roll, 3477

Played by Osborne & Howe

Item 12: John Philip Sousa, "The Volunteers (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 33279
Item 13: John Philip Sousa, "Washington Post (March Song)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Word Roll, 3038

Played by Franke Milne

Item 14: John Philip Sousa, "Willow Blossoms", 1916Add to your cart.

Ampico, 540340F

Played by Al. Sterling

Copyright 1916 by Rythmodik Music Corporation.

Item 15: John Philip Sousa, "Wisconsin Forward Forever (March)", 1917Add to your cart.

QRS, 33254

Published by Harms, Francis, Day & Hunter, 1917.

Item 16: John Philip Sousa, "The Washington Evening Star (March), undatedAdd to your cart.

Ampico, 63221

Played by Adam Carroll

Item 17: R.M. Storer, "American First (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 32521
Item 18: Kirby A. Tallmadge,  "Across the Border (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 82650
Item 19: Kirby A. Tallmadge, "Across the Border March", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 1353
Item 20: Kirby A. Tallmadge, "Golden Eagle (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 1351
Item 21: Kirby A. Tallmadge, "Spirit of Liberty (March)", 1919Add to your cart.
QRS, 33317
Item 22: Frank R. Thompson, "National Defense March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Universal, 6253
Item 23: Troupe, "Relay March", undatedAdd to your cart.
88 Note, 96275
Item 24: Carl D. Vandersloot, "General Pershing (March - One Step)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Universal, 303359
Item 25: Carl D. Vandersloot, "The American Legion (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

U.S. Regular, 9989

Sherwood and Vandersloot

Item 26: Various, "2005 Amica Convention Souvenir Roll", undatedAdd to your cart.

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Song list: Minnesota Moon, Played by Scott and Watters; Foshay Tower - Washington Memorial March, Arranged by John W. Miller.

Item 27: Various, "Memories of the War 1861-1863", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 60200

Medley of American Songs: Intro: 1. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, the Boys are Marching; 2. John Brown's Body; 3. Carry Me Back to Old Virginia; 4. When Johnny Comes Marching Home; 5. Our Flag is There; 6. Marching Through Georgia; 7. The Battle Cry of Freedom; 8. Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground; 9. Arkansaw Traveler; 10. The Reveille.

Key of D; L.P. Laurendeau.

Item 28: Franz Von Blon, "Through Battle to Victory (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
88 Note, 1288
Item 29: Marie A. White, "Seventh Regiment March I. N. G.", undatedAdd to your cart.
88 Note, 49464
Item 30: C. Wieghorst, "Under the Banner (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
Pianostyle, 46795
Item 31: Will Wood, "American Crusaders (March - One Step)", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, 879
Item 32: Henry Clay Work, "Marching Thro Georgia (Grand March)", undatedAdd to your cart.

88 Note, 6185

Arranged by E. Mack

Item 33: Harry Zickel, "Allied Victory (March)", undatedAdd to your cart.
88 Note, 303406
Item 34: Charles A. Zimmermann, "Anchors Aweigh (The Song of the Navy) (Navy March Song)", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 4961

Played by J. Lawrence Cook; Copyright: Robbins.

Item 35: Unidentified, "America (Variations)", undatedAdd to your cart.

QRS, 6033

Variations Played by Eugenio Pirani: 1. Flute; 2. Violoncello; 3. Trumpets; 4. Organ; 5. Harp; 6. Strong Quartette; 7. Orchestra

Box 53Add to your cart.
Item 1: Unidentified, "America's March"Add to your cart.
Mel-O-Art
Item 2: Unidentified, "Army Air Corps (March Song)"Add to your cart.

QRS, 7656

Played by Ted Baxter

Item 3: Unidentified, "Bugle Calls and War Songs, Part 1", undatedAdd to your cart.
Majestic, 21612
Item 4: Unidentified, "Colonel Lindbergh March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Imperial, 06553
Item 5: Unidentified, "Defense Day March", 1924Add to your cart.
QRS, 2910
Item 6: Unidentified, "English, Irish and Welch Regimental Marches", undatedAdd to your cart.

The Autopiano Company, 8214

Song List: (1) British Grenadiers; (2) The Dashing White Sergeant; (3) Garry Owen; (4) Men of Harlechi; (5) Rule Britannia.

Item 7: Unidentified, "Forward America", undatedAdd to your cart.
QRS, unidentified
Item 8: Unidentified, "France and America", undatedAdd to your cart.

Imperial, 9704-85

Arranged by Wm. Hartman

Item 9: Unidentified, "Hawaiian Patrol", 1925Add to your cart.
Imperial, X5780
Item 10: Unidentified, "In Days of '63 (March Medley)", undatedAdd to your cart.
W. W. Kimball Co., D6469
Item 11: Unidentified, "Mickey Mouse March", 1973Add to your cart.

QRS, 10-503

Song copyrighted by 1955 by Walt Disney Music Co.

Played by Hi Babit.

Item 12: Unidentified, "Over Seas "March and Two-Step", undatedAdd to your cart.
Universal, 303417
Item 13: Unidentified, "San Francisco 1915 (March Song)", undatedAdd to your cart.

Church Beinkamp co., 301325

Music Copyrighted by A. S. Graves.

Item 14: Unidentified, "U. S. Marine Band March", undatedAdd to your cart.
Starr, unidentified
Item 15: Unidentified, "Vict'ry Polka", 1943Add to your cart.

QRS, 7881

Copyrighted by Chappell & Co., Inc.

Played by J. Lawrence Coor.

Item 16: Unidentified, "World War II Commemorative", 1989Add to your cart.

QRS, XP-284-C

Song List: 1. The WHite CLiffs of Dover; 2. Praise the Lord and Pass the Amunition; 3. Coming in on a Wing and a Prayer; 4. The Fuehrer's.

Played by Rudy Martin.


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