American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 27.
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 27.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], 1925-1926.
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- 1 microfilm reel.
- Popular songs chiefly for voice and piano.
- Titles in order of apperance on microfilm.
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- P.S. 1925, series 3: Angry / Dudley Mecum, Jules Cassard, Henry Brunies, Merrit Brunies -- Away from you / by Benny Davis & Milton Ager -- The bus’ness men of Asbury Park / words and music by Frederick W. Vanderpool -- Broken heart = Corazon roto / by Jack Levy -- Call me up tomorrow / lyric by D. Frank Marcus, music by M. Alexander -- Can’t be blue / lyric and music by Ben W. Gordon -- Close your eyes / lyric by Larry Yoell, music by Charles Vincent -- Craving / by Ben Bernie, Philip Charig & Kenneth Casey -- Dear yesterdays : The Actors’ Fund song / words by Channing Pollock, melody by Ted Barron -- Deep river blues = Añoranzas! / words by Eddie Green, version española de J.M.R. Airoson, music by Lucile Marie Handy -- Don’t try to cry your way back to me / lyric by Phil Kelly, music by Henry Welling -- D’ye love me? / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern -- Down by the winegar woiks / by Don Bestor, Roger Lewis and Walter Donovan -- Egyptiana / lyric by D. Frank Marcuse, music by Alexander Maloof -- Give me the bouquets now / by Walter Goodwin & Frederick N. Tracy -- Honey mine / lyric and music by Ben W. Gordon -- How can I forget / by Al Piantadosi, Harry Tobias and George O. Perry -- I’m gonna Charleston back to Charleston / by Roy Turk and Lou Handman, arr. by W.I.C. Lewis -- I can’t get you off my mind / by Hank Williams -- I never knew I loved you (Till you said good-bye) / by Jack Mahoney -- In the middle of the night / by Billy Rose & Walter Donaldson -- Take this rose / by Gus Kahn & Hero De Rance -- Jacksonville gal / by Fred Rose -- J.C. Holmes blues / words and music by Iris Horsley -- John my “paparajon” / words and music by M. Bianchi -- Just a rose in a garden of weeds / words and music by R.B. Saxe, Hubert W. David -- Lazy river croon / lyric by Alfred M. Lorham, music by Ida Bostelmann -- Little Annie Rooney / written and composed by Michael Nolan, arranged by Geo. J. Trinkaus -- Little cotton dolly / words by Richard Henry Buck, music by Adam Geibel -- Little peach : from Louis the 14th / words by Arthur Wimperis,music by Sigmund Romberg -- Love for sale! / lyric by Brian Hooker, music by Rudolf Friml -- The luck in the world to you / George Whiting, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Lullaby Lane / by Leo Wood and Harry De Costa -- Mandy why don’t you come back home? / words and melody by Joseph Willoughby, arranged by W. Astor Morgan -- Manhattan / lyric by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Marguerite / words by Owen Murphy, music by Al Sherman and Ben Bernie -- Melancholy Lou / words and music by Ray Hibbeler -- Melodies are memories / words by Billy Jones, Ernest Hare & Billy Schary, music by Allen Behr -- Mighty blue / words by Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Montmartre Rose = Rose de Montmartre / words & music by Tommy Lyman, paroles francaises de R. Beaudry -- Moonlight and you / words and music by Dagny Jensen Reed and John Ross Reed -- Mother of mine (I love you) / by Helen McClay and Harry K. Nier -- Music master old pal o’ mine / words and music by Fred W. Hager -- My million dollar man / lyric by Sidney Clare, music by Joseph Meyer -- My star of love / Gloria Marshall -- Oh! Those eyes / by Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby and M.K. Jerome -- Out among the black hills and pines / by Paul Bravo -- The rose my love and you / by Ralph D. Tompkins -- The roses brought me you / by Owen Murphy & Al Sherman -- Sentimental me (And romantic you) / lyric by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Some day (We’ll meet again) / words by Harry Hoch, music by Paul Van Loan -- Speech! / words by Sidney Clare, music by Cliff Frriend -- Swanee butterfly / lyric by Billy Rose, music by Walter Donaldson, arr. by J.E. Andino -- Sweet child (I’m wild about you) / lyric by Al Lewis, music by Richard A. Whiting and Howard Simon -- Sweet man / words by Roy Turk, music by Maceo Pinkard -- Thanks for the buggy ride / words and music by Jules Buffano -- That’s all there is (There ain’t no more) / words and music by Harry Woods -- That saxophone waltz / [by] Jules Mingo & Berry J. Sisk [lead sheet] -- Then I’ll be happy / words by Sidney Clare & Lew Brown, music by Cliff Friend -- There ain’t no flies on auntie / words and music by W. Van Der Decken -- Tomorrow is another day / words and music by Harry Baltimore -- To-morrow morning / by Russel Robinson, Jack Little and Addy Britt -- Two tired eyes / by Lou Davis, Harry Richman & Joseph Meyer -- Waitin’ for the moon / words by Joe Brown, music by Sam Lerner -- Way down home / words and music by Walter Donaldson -- What could be sweeter? (Dear than this?) / by Dorothy Jardon & Jerry Jarnagin -- Where is my old girl tonight? / words by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon, music by Harry Woods -- Will you come back some day / words and music by Harry Baltimore -- Wonderful wonder (That wonderful wonder is you) / lyric by Fleta Jan Brown, music by Herbert Spencer -- Yes sir, that’s my baby / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- You’re mine / lyric by D. Frank Marcus, music by M. Alexander.
- P.S. 1926, series 1: Barcelona / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Tolchard Evans -- Beside a garden wall / lyrics by Gus Kahn, music by Albert E. Short and Del Delbridge -- Blue bonnet-you make me feel blue / by Alfred Bryan, Pete Wendling and Harry Richman -- Breezin’ along with the breeze / by Haven Gillespie, Seymour Simons & Richard A. Whiting -- Cherie, I love you / words and music by Lillian Rosedale Goodman -- Do you believe in dreams? / by Russel Robinson, Addy Britt and Jack Little -- Ev’rything’s made for love / by Howard Johnson, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman -- Fire! / words and music by Byron Gay and Richard A. Whiting -- Genevieve (Call me back) / words and music by Louis Silver and Irving Cherin -- Gigolo / lyric by Marian Gillespie, music by John Milton Hagen -- The girl friend / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Gimme a little kiss, will ya huh? / by Roy Turk, Jack Smith & Maceo Pinkard -- Hello bluebird / words and music by Cliff Friend -- Hello! Swanee-hello! / by Sam Coslow and Addy Britt -- Hum your troubles away / words and music by Cliff Friend and Harry Woods -- I’m in love with you that’s why / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Ray Henderson -- I’m thinking of you / words & music by Ruth Prosser -- I’m walking around in circles / words by Lewis and Young, music by Fred Phillips -- (I don’t believe it but) Say it again / words by Harry Richman, music by Abner Silver -- I wish I had my old gal back again / by Jack Yellen, Milton Ager & Lew Pollack -- I’d climb the highest mountain if I knew I’d find you / words and mussci by Lew Brown and Sidney Clare -- If all the stars were pretty babies (And I was the man in the moon) / by Billy Rose & Fred Fisher -- It all depends on you / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- Katinka / words by Ben Russell, music by Henry Tobias -- A lane in Spain / by Al Lewis and Carmen Lombardo -- Lonesome and sorry / by Benny Davis and Con Conrad -- Lullaby moon / words by Wm. M. Hamer, music by H.J. Tandler -- Mary Lou / by Abe Lyman, George Waggner & J. Russel Robinson -- Me too / by Harry Woods, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman -- My sweetheart waltz / words by Harry Pease, music by Harold Veo and Ed G. Nelson -- No foolin’ / by Gene Buck and James F. Hanley -- Only you and lonesome me / lyric by Ray Klages, melody by Jesse Greer -- Paree! [American version of Ça c’est Paris!] / words by Leo Robin, music by José Padilla -- Precious / words by Raymond B. Egan, music by Stephen Pasternacki & Richard A. Whiting -- Reaching for the moon / by Benny Davis & Jesse Greer -- Roses remind me of you / by Benny Davis, Al Sherman and Joe Burke -- Somebody’s lonely / lyric and music by Benny Davis and Joe Gold -- Somewhere, some girl is looking around for you / words and music by Arthur S. Herveus -- South wind / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- (I love you-I love you-I love you) Sweetheart of all my dreams / by Art Fitch, Kay Fitch and Bert Lowe -- Take in the sun, hang out the moon (Rock me in a cradle of dreams) / lyric by Sam Lewis and Joe Young, music by Harry Woods -- Talking to the moon / words by George A. Little, music by Billy Baskette -- Tamiami trail (Tam-i-ami) / by Cliff Friend and Jos. H. Santly -- That’s my hap-hap-happiness / words by Howard Johnson & Charles Tobias, music by Al Sherman -- That’s why I love you / words and music by Walter Donaldson and Paul Ash -- That little world is mine / words by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Jessie L. Deppen -- There are two sides to every story / by Billy Glason, Lester Lee and M.K. Jerome -- There’s a new star in heaven tonight (Rudolph Valentino) / by J. Keirn Brennan, Jimmy McHugh & Irving Mills -- There’s one little girl I can’t forget (That one little girl is you ) / by Bobby Heath, Archie Fletcher & Alex Marr -- Ting-a-ling = The waltz of the bells / words by Addy Britt, music by Jack Little -- Trail of dreams / lyric by Raymond Klages, melody by Einar Swan -- The two of us / by Van Phillips, Jimmy Campbell and Reg Connelly -- What good is “good morning?” (There’s more good in “Good night”) / lyrics by Lewis and Young, music by Henry W. Santly -- Where do you work-a, John? (Push-a push-a push) / by Mortimer Weinberg, Charley Marks and Harry Warren -- Who’ll be the one? / words by Ray Klages, music by Al Goering, Jack Pettis & Ben Bernie -- Who wouldn’t? / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- Wistful and blue / words by Ruth Etting, music by Julian Davidson -- Yankee Rose / words by Sidney Holden, music by Abe Frankl.
- P.S. 1926, series 2, A-L: Adorable / lyric by Tom Ford, music by Ray Wynburn -- Blame it on the waltz / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Alfred Solman -- The broken heart mender / lyric by Fleta Jan Brown, music by Herbert Spencer -- Broken hearted / by Carmen Lombardo, Al Lewis and Richard A. Whiting -- Broadway’s broken hearted Cinderella / by Bobby O’Brien, Chick Endor, Phil Ponce and Bob Brandes -- Broken-hearted Sue / lyric by Dailey Paskman, music by May Singhi Breen and Peter De Rose -- Calling me back to you / words and music by Blanche Ebert Seaver -- Calling me home / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Jimmy Monaco -- Cast aside (Now forever, dear, from you) / by Thos. McLucy, after a melody by J. Franceschi -- Chinese moon / words by Ben Bronfin, music by Joseph Nussbaum -- Don’t be angry with me / by Walter Donaldson -- (Don’t forget) The pal you left at home / lyric by Elizabeth Cullings, music by Alvin Alton -- Don’t sing aloha when I go / by Walter Smith, Ben Black & Neil Moret -- Don’t somebody want somebody to love? / by Fred Rose and Abe Lyman -- Don’t take that black bottom away / by Sam Coslow, Addy Britt and Harry Link -- Donora / lyric by Evans Lloyd, melody by Rube Bennett -- Dream house / lyrics by Earle Foxe, melody by Lynn Cowan -- Every little thing (In the world is worth while) / Robert E. Spencer & John Wolohan -- Everybody’s got a girl (but me) / by James F. Burns -- The far-away bells / words by Douglas Furber, music by Westell Gordon -- Fiddle-dee-dee-dee / words by Jack Yellen, music by Phil Boutelje -- For you and me / words by Thecla Hollingsworth, music by Jessie L. Deppen -- Georgianna / words by Lewis and Young, music by Harry Akst -- Give me a ukelele (and a ukelele baby) / by Lew Brown and Gene Williams -- Gone again gal / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- Have you forgotten? / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- Hawaiian Rose / words & music by Ed G. Nelson & Harry Pease -- He knows his groc’ries / by Lou Breau & Billy Hueston -- Heebie jeebies / words and music by Boyd Atkins -- Hello, aloha! -how are you? / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Abel Baer -- Hello baby (Hello) / by Seymour Simons and Richard A. Whiting, arr. by H.C. Redfield -- Hello! Swanee-hello! / by Sam Coslow and Addy Britt -- Heer beaus are only rainbows / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Here comes Fatima (with her ta-ra-boom-dee-ay) / lyric by Lew Brown, music by Cliff Friend -- Here or there as long as I’m with you / by Benny Davis and Jesse Greer -- Hi-diddle-diddle / by Carleton A. Coon and Hal Keidel -- Hi-ho the merrio (As long as she loves me) / lyric by Lew Brown and Benny Davis, music by Con Conrad -- High-high-high up in the hills (Watching the clouds roll by) / words by Sam Lewis and Joe Young, music by Maurice Abrahams -- Honey bunch / words and music by Cliff Friend -- How could Red Riding Hood? / words, music and ukulele arrangement by A.P. Randolph, arrange dby R.D. Whichard -- How’d ya like to meet me in the moonlight? (Aw come on let’s do) / word sby Gene Austin & Sam Coslow, music by Maceo Pinkard -- Hush-a-bye / lyric by Frank X. Galvin, music by Robert E. Spencer -- I’m all alone in a palace of stone / words and music by Lon Mooney -- I’m gonna wander, out yonder (Where the rainbow ends) / words by Jack Bornkessel, music by Hughie Barrett -- I’m in love with someone (Who’s not in love with me) / words by Al Piantadosi, music by Russell J. Hird -- I’m just a wall-flower (Waiting for some-one to call) / by Billy Frisch, Roy Bergere & Jack Pepper -- I’m leaving you / words by Bartley Costello, music by Louis Maisto -- I’m lonely without you / words by Bud Green, music by Harry Warren -- I’m missing the kissing of someone / by Art Gillham, Frank Davis, and Irving Bibo -- (I”m tellin’ the birds-tellin’ the bees) / How I love you / by Lew Brown and Cliff Friend -- I’m just a wall-flower (Waiting for some-one to call) / by Billy Frisch, Roy Bergere & Jack Pepper -- I’m tired of making believe / lyric by Paul Cunningham, music by John McLaughlin -- I belong to you (You belong to me) / words by Charles & Harry Tobias, music by Ray Henderson -- I don’t care for life on Broadway, but my grandma does / words by Jack Watts, music by Al Cheston -- I don’t want to forget / words and music by Billy Smythe & Art Gillham -- I fell head over heels in love / words by Donovan Parsons, music by Pat Thayer -- I found a million dollar baby (In a five and ten cent store) / words & music by Billy Rose and Fred Fisher -- I found a round-a-bout way to heaven / words by Harry De Costa & Harry Richman, music by Abner Silver -- I found you / words and music by Lillian Rosedale Goodman -- I have a picture of you / words by Phil Ponce, music by Lew Cobey -- I’ve found a new baby / by Jack Palmer and Spencer Williams -- I’ve got somebody now / words and music by Spencer Williams -- I’ve got the girl! / words and music by Walter Donaldson -- I gotta get myself somebody to love / lyric by Lewis and Young, music by Lou Handman -- I’ve lost all my love for you / lyric by Lewis and Young, music by Harry Akst and Al Piantadosi -- I haven’t mentioned mammy / lyric by Ray Sherwood, music by Marion Schott -- I just wanna be known as Susie’s feller / words and music by Lew Brown & Dave Dreyer -- I long to belong to someone (Who longs to belong to me) / words by Alfred Bryan and Max Prival, music by Abner Silver -- I love the moonlight / words and music by Benny Davis, Harry Akst and Harry Richman -- I need lovin’ / by Henry Creamer and Jimmy Johnson -- I never knew who wondeful you were (Till I lost you wonderful one) / words by Dorothy Terriss, music by Joe Burke -- I never knew what the moonlight could do / by Sam Coslow & Larry Spier -- I never see Maggie alone / words by Harry Tilsley, music by Everett Lynton -- I will forgive, but never forget / lyrics and music by Joe Rose -- I wonder what’s become of Joe / words by Roy Turk, music by Maceo Pinkard -- I’d leave ten men lioke yours to love one man like mine / lyric by Edgar Leslie & Jack Meskill, music by Marty Bloom & Redmond Farrar -- I’d love to meet that old sweetheart of mine / by Benny Davis and Joe Burke -- I’d rather be the girl in your arms (Than the girl in your dreams) / lyric by Harlan Thompson, music by Harry Archer -- Idolizing / words and music by Sam Messenheimer, Irving Abrahamson & Ray West -- If I’d only believed in you / by Benny Davis & Harry Akst, arr. by H.C. Redfield -- If I had you (and you had me) / by Roy Bergere & Ross Gorman -- If my baby cooks (As good as she looks) / lyric by Irving Kahal, music by Jack Carroll -- If tears could bring you back to me (I’d cry my eyes out for you) / words and music by Howard Johnson, Irving Bibo, Phil Moore and Joe Ward -- If you can’t land ‘er on the old veranda (then you can’t land ‘er at all) / words by Charles Tobias, music by Abner Silver -- If you can’t tell the world she’s a good little girl just say nothing at all / lyric by Al Dubin and Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain -- In your arms / words and music by George Waggner, Don McNamee and George Green -- In your green hat / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- It’s a wonderful world after all / by Benny Davis and Jesse Greer -- It’s just a stone-throw from the old stone mountain (to the girl I left behind) / by Billy Frisch, Roy Bergere & Jimmy Allman -- It’s O.K. Katy with me / words by Harry Pease, music by Ed G. Nelson -- It made you happy when you made me cry / words and music by Walter Donaldson -- Iyone-my own Iyone / by Alfred Bryan, Addy Britt and Harold Leonard -- Just a melody / by Carson J. Robison -- Just an ivy covered shack / lyric by Morey Davidson, music by Carl Rupp -- Kiss your little baby, good-night! / by Walter Donaldson and Charley Straight -- Lay me down to sleep in Carolina / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- Lazy river (flowing to the southland) / by Cal Devoll, Dave Manley, Dudley Mecum -- Leanore / words and music by Frank Galassi, Maurice Abrahams -- Let’s all go to Mary’s house / [by] Leo Wood, Con Conrad & Saul Bernie -- Let’s forgive and forget (and start over again) / by Max C. Freedman & Don Traveline -- Let’s grow old together / by Bob Nelson -- Let’s take a ferryboat / by Charles O’Flynn & Billy Heagney -- Let’s talk about my sweetie / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- Listen / words by Nathalina U. Carmienz, music by Michael R. Annunziata -- A little nightie hanging on the line / by Edgar Leslie, Wm. J. Reitz, Billy Stone -- Log cabin lullaby / by Cal De Voll -- Lonely eyes / by Benny Davis and Harry Akst -- Love found you for me / by W.R. Williams, musically edited, arranged and orchestrated by Charles Cook -- Love is just a little bit of heaven / lyric by Al Bryan, music by Abel Baer -- Love me all the time / by Ed Rose, Ann Dennis & Frank Magine -- Love me as you loved me yesterday / lyric by Charles O’Flynn & Ben Gordon, music by Al Sherman -- Lulu Belle / words by Leo Robin, music by Richard Myers.
- Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 27
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 27.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], 1925-1926.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 27