American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 26.
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 26.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], 1925.
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- 1 microfilm reel.
- Popular songs for voice and piano.
- Titles in order of apperance on microfilm.
- Error on film: In series 2, after the song "Just like a baby" is the incorrect target "series 3" (P.S. 1925 series 3 is on reel 27).
- Reproduction (note)
- P.S. 1925, series 1: Alabamy bound / words by Bud DeSylva and Bud Green, music by Ray Henderson -- All that a heart can give / lyric by Leo Wood, music by Fred Phillips -- Always / by Irving Berlin -- An Annapolis lullaby / [words by] Robert Garland, [music by] Gustav Klemm -- Be on the level with mother (and the world will be square with you) / words by Harry Pease, music by Ed. G. Nelson and Ira Schuster -- Brown eyes-why are you blue? / words by Al Bryan, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Cecilia / words by Herman Ruby, music by Dave Dreyer -- Charlestonette / words & music by Fred Rose & Paul Whiteman -- Clap hands! Here comes Charley! / lyric by Billy Rose & Ballard MacDonald, music by Joseph Meyer -- Collegiate / by Lew Brown, Moe Jaffe and Nat Bonx -- Cuckoo / words & music by Wm. J. Rietz -- The dancers / words by Herman Ruby, music by Abe Lyman & Tippy Gray -- Dawn / lyric by Roscoe Gilmore Stott, music by Fred R. Weaver -- Don’t be afraid to come home / words by Jack Yellen & Alfred Bryan, music by Milton Ager -- Don’t bring Lulu / lyric by Billy Rose & Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson -- Don’t tell me I’ve just been dreaming / words by R.E. Hausrath, music by Louis F.Goelzlin and Walter Smith -- Down by the Winegar woiks / by Don Bestor, Roger Lewis and Walter Donovan -- Drifting and dreaming (Sweet Paradisse) / lyric by Haven Gillespie, music by Egbert Van Alstyne, Erwin R. Schmidt and Loyal Curtis -- Every night / words and music by Robert Fennell -- Flamin’ Mamie / words and music by Fred Rose and Paul Whiteman -- Footloose / words by Hal Cochran, music by Carl Rupp -- Give me just a little bit of your love / by Jack Palmer & Spencer Williams -- Hawaiian kisses / by May Singhi Breen & Peter DeRose -- Hold me in your arms / words by Robert E. Harty, music by S.J. Stocco -- I’m gonna let the bumble bee be / words by Addy Britt, music by Jack Little -- I’m in love again / by Cole Porter -- I’m knee deep in daisies (and head over heels in love) / lyric by Joe Goodwin & George A. Litle, Jack Stanley, music by Paul Ash & Larry Shay -- I’m sitting on top of the world (just rolling along-just rolling along) / lyric by Lewis and Young, music by Ray Henderson -- I’m so ashamed / words by Ned Miller, music by Chester Cohn -- I’m tired of being alone / by Irving Bibo, Fred Phillips & Lew Cantor -- I’m tired of everything but you / words and music by Isham Jones -- I do! (Do you?) / lyric by Harry I. Robinson, music by Paul Ash and Nat Goldstein -- I lost my heart in Heidelberg / words by Heda and Ernst Neubach, American version by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby, music by Fredy Raymond -- I miss my Swiss (My Swiss miss misses me) / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Abel Baer -- I want you all for me / words by Mark Fisher & Ned Miller, music by Chester Cohn -- I was never so lonesome before / lyric by Ben Russell, music by James Brockman & Ira Shuster -- I wonder where my baby is to-night / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- If I had a girl like you / by Billy Rose, Mort Dixon & Ray Henderson -- If you give your kisses to somebody else (We may just as well say good-bye) / words by Phil Shapiro, music by F. Asmus Jr. -- If you knew Susie (Like I know Susie) / by B.G. De Sylva -- In the middle of the night / words by Billy Rose, music by Walter Donaldson -- (oh maw! Oh paw!) Isn’t she the sweetest thing / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- The island / lyric by M.J. Hevizi, music by Theo E. Beach -- It’s breaking my heart to keep away from you / by Harry D. Squires -- Kentucky’s way of sayin’ good mornin’ / by Gus Kahn & Egbert Van Alstyne -- The king isn’t king any more / words by Edgar Leslie, music by James V. Monaco -- Let it rain, let it ;pour (I’ll be in Virginia in the morning) / words by Cliff Friend, music by Walter Donaldson -- The lonesomest girl in town / words by Al Dubin, music by Jimmy McHugh and Irving Mills -- Louise you tease / words by Gwynne Denni & Wm. Clay, music by Lucien Denni -- Love me and I’ll live forever / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Ted Snyder -- Lullaby Lane / by Leo Wood and Harry De Costa -- Masculine women! Feminine men! / words by Edgar Leslie, music by James V. Monaco -- Mi-ami (My lady) / [by] R.H. Bonnell -- Milenberg joys / words by Walter Melrose, music by Leon Roppolo, Paul Mares, Jelly Roll Morton -- Miss you / words by Harry Tobias and Ira La Shan, music by Geo. O. Perry -- Mr. Mulligan and Mr. Garrity / words and music by Percy Wenrich -- Molly / lyric by Ray Klages, melody by Hugo Frey -- Moon Dear / [words by] Raymond B. Egan, [music by] Richard A. Whiting and Neil Moret -- The moonlight, a waltz and you / by Harry Snodgrass, Ted Koehler & Russell Hird -- Moonlight and roses (Bring mem’ries of you) / by Edwin H. Lemare, Ben Black & Neil Moret -- My pal of Sigma Nu / words by Christine Davis, music by Lester Novak -- New York / [by] R.H. Bonnell -- On the Oregon trail / lyric by Edw. Sedgewick, music by Henry R. Cohen -- Pal of my cradle days / lyric by Marshall Montgomery, music by Al Piantadosi -- Pal o’ my yesterday / words and music by Harold Dixon -- Pretty little baby / lyric by Sid Silvers, music by Phil Baker and Ben Bernie -- Rah! Rah! Cholly / by Ted Snyder, Jud Kline and Russel Robinson -- Rain or shine, paul of mine / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Charles Borrelli -- Remember, September / [words by] Grace Ingram & Edith Carpenter, [music] by George Hill & Al Carney -- Roll ‘em girls / by Bobby Heath, Micky Marr & Archie Fletcher -- Rose of St. Mary’s / words by Al Bryan, music by Ted Snyder -- Rose of the evening / lyric by N.T. Granlund, music by Al Piantadosi -- The runaway train / words by Robert E. Massey, music by Carson Robison -- (Happy-go-lucky) Sandy / lyric by Nat Conney, music by Joie Lichter -- Save your sorrow / lyric by B.G. De Sylva, music by Al Sherman -- Silver head / by James Brockman, Vincent Lopez and Joseph Nussbaum -- Since you called me sweetheart / words by Milton Weil, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- Slap! Bang! (Here we are again, boys!) / words and music by Cal De Voll -- Smile a little bit / words by Moe Schenk, music by Bob Morton & Peggy Shevlin -- Sorry and blue / by Bob and Don Elbel -- Sweetheart Rose / words & music by Benny Davis, Artie Meyers, & Jimmy Quinn -- That certain party / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- Thinking / by William B. Johns (Jack Williams) -- Valencia / words by Lucien Boyer and Jacques-Charles, American version by Clifford Grey, music by José Padilla -- When I dream of the last waltz with you / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito -- When I think of you / words by Harry Owens, music by Vincent Rose -- When the mocking bird sings / music by Lionel Belasco, words by Arthur E. Smyth -- Where can I find you / by Herbie Mintz and Lucky Wilber -- Where the huckleberries grow / lyric by Alfred Bryan and Harry Richman, music by Abner Silver -- While we danced till dawn / words by Lou Davis and Ted Lewis, music by Henry Santly and Ira Schuster -- Who wouldn’t love you? / lyric by Benny Davis, music by Joe Burke -- Whose who are you / lyric by Ray Klages and Abel Green, melody by Jesse Greer -- Why can’t I kiss you now? / lyric by Michael Rainone, melody by Egidio Morra -- You’re in wrong with the right baby (If you wanna kiss yourself good-bye) / words by Alex Belledna & Spencer Williams, music by Maceo Pinkard -- You never can tell (Your man may leave you) / lyric by Archer Jackson, music by [illegible] [fragmentary].
- P.S. 1925, series 2: After tea (Save a waltz for me) / [by] Tim Brymn, Chris Smith & Clarence Williams -- Ah-ha! / words by Sidney Clare, music by James V. Monaco -- Ain’t my baby grand? / words by Lew Brown, music by Robert King and Ray Henderson -- Ain’t-ya comin’ out to-night? / by Carson Robison -- All that she is, is an old fashioned girl (Just one in a million to-day) /; words and music by Richard Howard -- Always / by Irving Berlin -- Bam Bam Bamy shore / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Ray Henderson -- (‘neath the) Blue Italian skies / words by Al Piantadosi, music by Jack Glogau -- Beside a silv’ry stream / by Ben Black, Neil Moret and Louis Nova -- Bessie couldn’t help it / by Byron H. Warner, J.L. Richmond and Charles Bayha -- (With you dear in) Bombay / lyric and music by Charlie Chaplin -- Breezin’ along (To Georgia) / words by Bud Green, music by Bobby O’Brien -- By the light of the stars / by George A. Little, Arthur Sizemore and Larry Shay -- The call of the great white way / lyric by Sam Coslow, music by Sam Coslow & Frank Silvers -- Cast away (On an island of love) / story by J. Edgerton Brawne, R. James Stewart, melody by Sidney Easton -- Colorado Rose / by Lon Healy -- Collegiate / by Moe Jaffe and Nat Bonx -- Collegiate blues / by Moe Jaffe and Nat Bonx -- Cross my heart, mother / words by Al Piantadosi, music by Jack McCoy and Sam Williams -- Cross words (Why were they spoken) / by Al Dubin, Clarence Gaskill and F. Henri Klickmann -- Danger in your eyes / by Chas.K. Harris -- The death of Floyd Collins / [words by] Rev. Andrew Jenkins, music by Mrs. Irene Spain -- Dinah / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Harry Akst -- Don’t say “aloha” (When I kiss you good-bye) / by Wendell W. Hall and Bert H. Carlson -- Don’t wake me up (Let me dream) / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbertg, music by Mabel Wayne and Abel Baer -- Does my sweetie do-and how / by Sidney Holden, Alex Belledna and Maceo Pinkard -- Down by the winegar woiks / by Don Bestor, Roger Lewis and Walter Donovan -- Dreaming of tomorrow / lyric by Benny Davis, melody by Joe Sanders -- Ev’ry one home is asking for you / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson, arr. by Geo. Botsford -- Ev’ry Sunday afternoon / by Chick Endor and Eddie Ward -- Florida / lyric by Abel Green, melody by Jesse Greer -- Freshie / lyric by Jesse Greer and Harold Berg, music by Jesse Greer -- Headin’ for Louisville / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by Joseph Meyer -- Hold ‘er deacon / by Will E. Skidmore and Marshall Walker -- How can you look so good (And still be so dog-gone bad) / by Chick Endor -- I’m “gonna” hang around my sugar (Till I gather all the sugar that’s she’s got) / by Jack Palmer & Spencer Williams -- I’m looking for someone (To look after me) / lyric by Dailey Paskman and Mitchell Parish, melody by Harry D. Squires -- I’m sitting on top of the world (just rolling along-just rolling along) / lyric by Lewis and Young, music by Ray Henderson -- I can get more lovin’ from a dum-dum-dummy (Than I’ve been getting from you) / words by Lew Brown and Billy Rose, music by Ray Henderson -- I don’t want the world (All I want is you) / by Benny Davis and Jesse Greer -- I love my baby (My baby loves me) / words by Bud Green, music by Harry Warren -- I never knew / words by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito -- I think you’re wonderful (Say what do you think of me?) / by Cliff Friend -- (I “wanna” go where you go-do what you do) Then I’ll be happy / words by Sidney Clare & Lew Brown, music by Cliff Friend -- I want you to want me (To want you) / lyric by Bob Schafer & Alfred Bryan, music by Fred Fisher -- I wonder if we’ll ever meet again (Dear old gal of mine) / words and music by Tommy Lyman and Al Piantadosi -- I wonder where my baby is to-night / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- If I can’t have you / by Nick Lucas and Sam H. Stept -- If you cheat on me (Mama’s gonna cheat on you) / by Lester Lee and Leonard Praskins -- (I wouldn’t be where I am) If you hadn’tt gone away / by Lew Brown, Billy Rose and Ray Henderson -- If you leave me I’ll never cry / words & music by Erwin R. Schmidt, Evans Lloyd, & Lew Ferris -- If you knew Susie (LIke I know Susie) / by B.G. De Sylva -- Is zat so? / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by Robert King and Harry Warren -- Just around the corner / words by Dolph Singer, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Just like a baby / by Chick Endor and Eddie Ward -- Keep on croonin’ a tune / by Sammy Fain, Irving Weill & Jimmy McHugh -- Keep your skirts down, Mary Ann / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Robert King and Ray Henderson -- Leading me on / by Eugene West, Sidney Holden & RRedmond Farrar -- Let us waltz as we say goodbye / words & music by Art L. Beiner -- Lingering lips / words by Jean Herbert and Al Tucker, music by Otis Spencer -- Little bird / words and music by Allie Wrubel -- Little Lindy Lou / by Wendell W. Hall and Leland Johnson -- Little Mary Phagan / words and melody by John Carson and Rosalee Carson, music by Mrs. Irene Spain -- Look at those eyes / by Phil Baker and Sid Silvers -- Look on the bright side / lyric by W. Earthman Farrell, melody by Elsie Allen Welch -- Love dreams of Lula Lu / by Alice White -- Many many years ago / words and music by Madelyn Sheppard -- The midnight waltz / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- More than words can tell / lyric by Sidney Holden, music by Geo. B. McConnell -- Mother me, Tennessee / lyric by Bud DeSylva, music by Phil Charig -- May gal has halitosis / by Lew Brown, Carl Schraubstader and Howard B. Cushman -- Neapollitan nights / words by Harry D. Kerr, music by J.S. Zamecnik -- New York ain’t New York any more / words by Billy Rose and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson -- A night of love / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by Larry Spier -- (How she loves me is) Nobody’s business / by Clarence Gaskill and Irving Mills -- Nobody loves me (And I wonder why?) / words by Lew Brown, music by Roger Wolfe Kahn and Paul Van Loan -- Normandy / by Russel Robinson, Jack Little and Addy Britt -- Oh say! Can I see you to-night / words by Henry Creamer & Joe Schuster, music by Leon Flatow -- Old fashioned romance / by Lee Morse -- Once more in my arms (Let me hold you) / words by Wm. Kenmack, music by Cyril Jules Deutsch -- (Are they) Pickin’ on your baby (“Cause I’m a Pickaninny Rose) / lyric by Paul V. Reynolds, music by Billy James -- Pretty Mary Ann / by Chick Endor and Eddie Ward -- Rainy days / lyric by Roscoe Gilmore Slott, music by Clay Smith -- Red hot Henry Brown / words and music by Fred Rose -- Remember / by Irving Berlin -- Rose of Hawaii / by Wendell W. Hall and Bert H. Carlson -- Second hand love / by Art Gillham & Billy Smythe -- Seminola / by Robert King and Harry Warren -- Show me the way to go home / by Irving King -- Sleepy time gal / lyric by Jos. R. Alden & Raymond B. Egan, music by Ange Lorenzo & Richard A. Whiting -- Someone to love / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito -- Sonay (Yup alay yup!) / words by Bob Schafer, music by Fred Fisher -- Spanish shawl / lyric by Billy Meyers and Walter Melrose, music by Elmer Schoebel -- Steppin’ in society / words by Alex Gerber, music by Harry Akst -- Summer nights / by Howard Johnson, Irving Bibo & Abe Lyman -- Sweet Georgia Brown / by Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard & Kenneth Casey [fragmentary] -- (Tell me why you and I should be) Strangers / words by Fred Fisher & Bob Shafer, music by Ernie Golden -- That’s why you’re Mary mine / lyric by Harry Mayo and Sidney D. Mitchell, music by Roy King -- Too many kisses in the summer (Bring too many tears in the fall) / words by Billy Rose and Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren -- Too many parties and too many pals / lyric by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon, music by Ray Henderson -- Trying / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Wright and Bessinger -- Ukulele lady / words by Gus Kahn, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Waltzing the blues away / words by Billy Rose & Ballard MacDonald, music by Lee David -- Waters of Perkiomen / lyric by Al Dubin, music by F. Henri Klickmann [fragmentary] -- We’re gonna have weather (Whether or not) / words and music by Wendell Hall -- What a life (When no one loves you) / by George A. Little, Joe Goodwin & Larry Shay -- When autum leaves are falling / lyric by Sam Coslow, music by Abner Silver -- Who’s with you to-night? / by Otto Motzan and Marty Bloom -- Why wasn’t it me? / [by] Ramon Newton, Jimmy Campbell & Reg Connelly -- Yearning (Just for you) / words and music by Benny Davis and Joe Burke -- You can with with a smile / by W.R. Williams -- You don’t mean nothin’ to me now! / words and music by Chester Escher -- You gotta know how / lyrics by Ralph Williams and Ernie Erdman, music by Walter Donaldson -- You may belong to somebody else (But your heart belongs to me) / words and music by Chester Escher.
- Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 26
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 26.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], 1925.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 26