American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 19.
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 19.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1919.
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- 1 microfilm reel.
- Popular songs chiefly for voice and piano.
- Titles in order of apperance on microfilm.
- Some items in poor condition.
- Lacking series 2.
- Reproduction (note)
- P.S. 1919, series 1 (J-Z): Jazz baby / words by Blanche Merrill, music by M.K. Jerome -- Jean / words by Ernie Erdman & Benny Davis, music by Shelton Brooks -- Jerry / words by Dannie O’Neil, music by Billy Baskette -- Just leave it to him / words by Wm. Tracey, music by Maceo Pinkard -- Just like a gypsy / lyric and music by Semour B. Simons and Nora Bayes -- Keep the sunshine in your heart / words and music by Tobe Gremmer -- The kingdom within your eyes / words by Worton David, music by Horatio Nicholls -- Little darling Marguerite / words and music by Eliza Boyle Smith, arr. by Harry L. Alford -- Lonely hearts / lyric by Edw. Beck and Bennie Davis, music by Ernie Erdman and Ralph A. Foote -- Long, long ago / lyric by Ivan Reid, music by Gene Platzman -- Longing / words and music by Frederick Seymour and Fred W. Pike -- Love in lilac time / words by Douglas Furber, music by Jean Lensen -- Love is a question / lyric by Laszlo Schwartz, music by Helen Ware -- Love of a rose / lyric by Will S. Dillon, music by E. Elgar, edited by W.C. Polla -- Lovers Lane is crowded again /words by Sam Landers, music by Phil Baker -- Lullaby Land / words by Frank Davis, music by M. Prival -- Lullaby time / by Harold B. Freeman -- The miracle man / music by Harry B. Smith, music by Jacques Grandei -- Mother (I love you) / by Howard Smith and Gitz Rice -- Mother’s song / words and music by Andre Benoist -- My Barney lies over the ocean (Just the way he lied to me) / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Bert Grant -- My blue bird is singing again / by John W. Kellette and George Duval, arr. by J.S. Glickman -- My Cairo love / lyric by Harry D. Kerr, music by J.S. Zamecnik -- My castles in the air are tumbling down / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by W.C. Polla -- My desert fantasy / lyric by Francis Hamilton, music by Robert Reid -- My gal (She has some wonderful ways) / words and music by Ed G. Nelson and Bud Cooper -- My heaven lies within your eyes / words and music by Anita Owen -- My name is Kelly (But I’m livin’ the life of Reilly) / words and music by Harry Pease, Ed G. Nelson and Neuman Fier -- My rose of old Japan / by Joseph Kiefer & Billy James -- My wife is out on strike / words by Jack Mahoney, music by James F. Hanley -- Never let no one man worry your mind / words and music by Will E. Skidmore and Jack Baxley -- Now I know / words by Frank H. Warren, music by S.R. Henry & D. Onivas -- O (Oh!) / words by Byron Gay, music by Byron Gay and Arnold Johnson -- Oh! How I laugh when I think how I cried about you /words by Roy Turk & Geo. Jessel, music by Willy White -- Old fashioned garden / words and music by Cole Porter -- Old Joe blues / by L. Wolffe gilbert, Joe Samuels and Nat Vincent -- On Miami shore (Golden sands of Miami) / words by William Le Baron, music by Victor Jacobi -- On the bay of Biscay / words and music by Harold Robe -- On the old Ohio shore / words by Ballard MacDonald, music by Nat Osborne and Robert King -- Our quarrels dear / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Joseph Cooper, arr. by J.S. Glickman -- Pajamah / words by Frank H. Warren, music by S.R. Henry and D. Onivas -- Patches / lyric by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts -- Peggy / words by Harry Williams, music by Neil Moret -- Peggy / words by Lillian Fitzgerald, music by Clarence Senna -- Pickaninny blues / lyric by Harodl G. Frost, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- Pig Latin love / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland -- Poor little Butterfly is a fly girl now / lyric by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by M.K. Jerome -- Poor little weary heart / words and music by Harold Robe -- Pretty little rainbow / words by Robert Levenson, music by Vincent C. Plunkett -- Put me to sleep in your heart (and wake me up with your love) / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Bert Grant -- Remember : and be careful ev’ry day / lyric by Leew Paytonk, music by Tom Lemoiner -- Rings / lyric by Alex Sullivan, music by Louis Handman -- Ruspana / lyric by Thomas Field, music by Mary Earl -- Sadie love / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Leon Flatow, arr. by J.S. Glickman -- Salvation lassie of mine / by Jack Caddigan and Chick Story -- Say it with flowers / lyric by Neville Fleeson, melody by Albert Von Tilzer -- School days when first we met / words by Amelia Burns & Eddie Dorr, music by Madelyn Sheppard -- Sealed hearts / words by Alex Sullivan, music by Irving M. Bibo -- Shantung / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Dan Caslar, arr. by J.S. Glickman -- Since the boys came home from France / words by Charles A. Bayha, music by Harry Carroll -- Since the day you said good-bye / words and music by Lew Porter -- Sing me to sleep with a Chinese lullaby / words and music by Chas. K. Harris -- Smile dear / lyric by Eddie Brennan, music by Henry Gebel -- Somebody’s waiting for someone / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Somewhere / words and music by Alston Waters -- Star of light (A breeze from the Orient) / words by Neville Fleeson, music by Jacques Adrian [partially mutilated] -- Sweet Siamese / words by Edward Madden, music by Mary Earl -- Take me to the land of jazz / words by Edgar Leslie & Bert Kalmar, music by Pete Wendling -- Take your girlie to the movies (If you can’t make love at home) / words by Edgar Leslie and Bert Kalmar, music by Pete Wendling, arr. by Fred E. Ahlert -- Teach me the way to forget / by Betty Tillotson -- Tell me why / lyric by Richard Coburn, music by Vincent Rose -- The temptation blues / [by] J. Berni Barbour -- That’s whorth while waiting for / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Harry Ruby, arr. by Fred E. Ahlert -- That lullaby of long ago (Sweet and low) / lyric by Gus Kahn & Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting & Bud De Sylva -- There must be a way to love you / words by Harry Hoch, music by Ted Snyder -- Tiger Rose / lyric by Ivan Reid, music by Peter De Rose -- Under southern stars / lyric by Harold G. Frost, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- The vamp (Vamp a little lady) / by Byron Gay -- Venetian moon / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Phil Goldberg & Frank Magine [partially mutilated] -- Wait till you get them up in the air, boys / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Weeping Willow Lane / lyric by Harold G. Frost, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- What’ll we do on a Saturday night? (When the town goes dry) / by Harry Ruby -- When Ireland comes into her own / words by Jeff Branen, music by Jack Stanley -- When the bees make honey down in sunny Alabam’ / words by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Walter Donaldson -- When the rainbow of love appears / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Joseph Wilson Samuels -- When you hold me in your arms / lyric by George Buchanan, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- When you seed another sweetie hanging around (That’s the time you’ll want to come back to me) / words by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Walter Donaldson -- When your ship comes in / [by] Lily Strickland -- When you’re alone / words by Eugene West, music by Otis Spencer -- Where did you leave my daddy / words by A. Rossi, music by Chris Praetorius -- While others are building castles in the air (I’ll build a cottage for two) / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Fred Fisher -- Who discovered Dixie? : It’s the grandest place on earth / lyric by Alex Gerber, music by Abner Silver [partially mutilated] -- Who wants a baby? / words by Jack Yellen, music by Abe Olman -- Why don’t you drive my blues away? (Lovesick blues) / words by Joe Davis, music by Frank Papa -- You / [by] A.J. Chase -- You’re a million miles from nowhere (When you’re one little mile from home) / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Walter Donaldson -- You cannot shake that shimmie here / lyric by Gill Wells, music by Van & Schenck -- You don’t need a wine to have a wonderful time while they still make those beautiful girls / words by Howard E. Rogers, music by Harry Akst -- You know what I mean / words by Alfred Dubin, music by Fred Rath [partially mutilated] -- You ought to see her now / by Harry Pease, Ed G. Nelson & Bob Russak -- Your eyes have told me so / lyric by Gus Kahn and Egbert Van Alstyne.
- P.S. 1919 series 3: After the first of July / lyric by James Allan, Mullen & Coogan, music by Jack Glogau -- Ain’t-cha coming back, Mary Ann, to Maryland / lyric by Noble Sissle, music by Eubie Blake -- Alleesamee : Can you blame me for loving you? / words by Sam Coslow, music by Peter De Rose -- American soldier / words and music by Byron Verge, arr. by Willard Mayberry -- America’s brave boys in navy blue / words by Charles J. McLaughlin, music by E.S.S. Huntington -- Armenian maid / lyric by Wilbur Weeks, music by M. Alexander -- At the wedding of the lily and the rose / words and music by Ray Sherwood -- The bells are ringing but not for me / words by Max C. Friedman, music by Harry D. Squires -- Bombay (Some day) / [by] Jimmie Marten & Mitch Le Blanc -- Chocolate babe / words and music by Louis E. Zoeller and Lockwood Lewis, arr. by Harry L. Cook -- Come into the parlor / words and music by Shaun Glenville, Frank Miller, Cy Coben -- Come, take a trip down to old Sheepshead Bay / words and music by Louis Dickson -- Could I change your name? (from dream girl to blushing bride) / lyric by James Kaufmann, music by Wm. J. Lewis [heavily mutilated] -- Deep in my heart / [by] Sallie Hume Douglas -- Democracy / words by Grace H. Relyea, music by Robert Cary Stearns -- A Dixie lullaby / words and music by Harold Neander -- Don’t break my heart with good bye / lyric by Marvin Lee, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Easy steppers ball / words by Walter Hirsch, music by Wilfred Duke -- Everybody’s crazy over Dixie / words by Bobby Jones, music by Will Donaldson & Rubey Cowan -- Eyes / words and music by Lillian M. Childers -- Fast asleep in Poppyland / words and music by Byron Gay [partially mutilated] -- Fi-fi / words by Neville Fleeson, music by Otto Motzan -- Give me a syncopated tune / lyric by Eugene West, music by Joe Gold -- Golden gate (open for me) / by Kendis & Brockman -- The greatest thing that came from France / words by Harry Pease, music by Ed G. Nelson [partially mutilated] -- The hand that rocked my cradle rules my heart / by Irving Berlin -- He’s coming home / words by Bob Schafer, music by Frank Papa -- (How sorry you’ll be) Wait’ll you see / by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby [2 copies] -- I aint-en got-en no time to have the blues / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [partially mutilated] -- When it comes to loving the girls I’m away ahead of the times / lyrics by Murray Kissen, Joe Burns, music by Jack Glogau [lead sheet] -- I’m gon-na jazz my way (right straight thru’ paradise) / words and music by Will E. Skidmore and Marshall Walker -- I’m not going anywhere (And I’m not coming back) / words and music by Jack Mahoney -- I’m on my way to U.S.A. / words by R.A.J. Evans, music by Murrell van Buren -- I can’t stay out all night and spoon / words by G.A. Oakes, music by E.S.S. Huntington -- I’ve lived, I’ve loved I’m satisfied (What more is there to say) / words by Lew Brown & Ben Barnett, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- I knew we’d meet again / words and music by Rodney Powers -- I’ll be glad to get back / words by Martin Swauger and R.A. Wilson, music by W.C. Polla -- If the U.S. flag could speak, what would it say? / words and music by Mae Gertts -- If you’re Irish, come into the parlor / words and music by Shaun Glenville, Frank Miller -- If you’re just a dream girl don’t wake me up / words by Sam Coslow and Peter Kramer, music by Lou Handin -- By the rolling sea in Brittany / by Ruby Ingram and Geo. Hill -- In Egypt / by Tom …. [partially mutilated] -- In Miami (Where mammy’s waiting for me) / words and music by Sidney D. Mitchell, Arthur Fields and Archie Gottler -- Iron men / words and music by J. Harley Coyle -- Jazzland for me / words and music by Otto H. Foose -- John Barleycorn goodbye / [by] John Stark -- Just for me and Mary / words by Grant Clarke & Howard E. Rogers, music by Leo Edwards [partially mutilated] -- Just lonesome for you / lyric by Walter Scanlan, music by Lee David -- Kisses / lyric by Harry D. Kerr, music by J.S. Zamecnik -- Let the boys come home / words by Albert F. Shadel, music by E.S.S. Hungtinton -- Love laughs / words and music by Leon De Costa -- Love sends a little gift of roses / words by Leslie Cooke, music by John Openshaw -- Love’s rosary / words by Geo. Buston, music by Jennie Innella, arr. by Dawson Dumont -- Lovin’ Corrine is comin’ home / words by H.H. Sangston, music by Edw. B. Ellison -- Madriola / lyrics by Julius Romano, music by Sol P. Levy and Jos. Samuels -- Moira / poem by Fred G. Bowles, music by Jessie L. Deppen -- My Cuban dream / lyric by Disney D. Mitchell, music by Frank Warshauer -- My garden of love / words by Ella M. Smith, music by W.C. Polla -- My Rose of Loveland / words by Kay Furman, music by Harold Adrian -- My Swanee home / by Harry Hamilton -- Naughty Hindu eyes / words by Cyril MacMeekin, music by J.AS. MacMeekin -- On Miami shore (Golden sands of Miami) / words by William Le Baron, music by Victor Jacobi -- Open up the golden gates to Dixieland / words by Jack Yellen, music by Gus Van and Joe Schenck -- Outside / lyric by Arthur Goodhart & Joe Goodwin, music by Herman Paley -- Pickaninny dreams / words by Sam Coslow, music by Peter De Rose, arr. by Eugene Platzman -- Pleasant dreams / by Mary Earl -- Pretty Mamie / words by Daniel Skinner, music by William D. Jeter -- School days when first we met / words by Amelia Burns & Eddie Dorr, music by Madelyn Sheppard -- Siam and you / words by Kay Furman, music by Harold Adrian -- Since first you smiled on me / words by Bernard Hamblen, music by Frank H. Grey -- Sliding Sid / words by Ray Sherwood, music by Abe Losch -- Slow and easy / words by Harry Williams, music by Norman Spencer -- Somebody / [by] George Little, J. Stanley & Harold Dellon -- Somebody down in Carolin’ / words by Ray Egan, music by Geo. Hamilton Green -- Someday sweetheart / [by] John C. Spikes & Benjamin Spikes -- Somewhere down in Tennessee / words by Chip Donaldson, music by Earl K. Smith -- Southland (My home) / by Jimmie Marten & Mitch Le Blanc -- Sugar / words and music by Al Bernard -- Sugar gal / words and music by Billy E. Mills, arr. Frank S. Butler -- Sunbeams / lyrics by E. Joe Brown, melody by Frank J. Gillen -- Sweet somebody of mine / words and music by Ted Koehler & Spencer Williams -- Ta-ra-ra boom-der-é (Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay) / [by] Henry J. Sayers -- That’s got ‘em rag / by Wilbur Sweatman -- That’s why God loves the Irish / lyric by John W. Bratton, music by Ernest R. Ball [partially mutilated] -- In the heart of old New Hampshire (There’s a heart that’s just a part of me) / by Harold Freeman, J. Stanley Brothers Jr. and J. Edwin Allemong -- Those weary dogs of mine / words by Lloyd and Wells, music by Van and Schenck -- Thoughts of you / lyric by Lee M. Walker, music by Larry Briers -- The United States of the world / lyric by James A. Robinson, music by R.A. Browne -- Useless blues / by Jimmie Marten & Mitch Le Blanc -- Wait till I get you alone / words and music by Harry Pease & Ed G. Nelson [partially mutilated] -- Waiting, Lorayne, for you /words by Tom Tarlton, music by Harry Charles -- Was there ever a pal like you / [by] Irving Berlin -- We’ll be out to meet you with a smile / words by Louis J. Juliano, music by J.E. Andino -- When Ephraim’s band from no-man’s land starts playing a Dixie melody / [by] Carl & Frank Wilson -- When honey sings an old-time song / words and music by Joseph B. Carey -- When Ireland takes her place among the nations of the earth / words by Harry F. Henry, music by Austin Walsh -- When it’s sunset in Sweden / lyrics by Dave Morrison, music by Earl Burtnett -- When the daisies bloom / words and music by Anita Owen -- When you’re lonely, so lonely, just drifting / words by Harry D. Kerr, music by C. Arthur Fifer -- The white heather / words by Chas. A. Snyder, music by Alfred L. Hasse & J. Fred Coots [lead sheet] -- Who got the cherries from George’s cherry tree / words by W.R. Meyers and Julian A. Martin, music by Frank J. Gillen -- Who said the Irish don’t love liberty? / by Godfrey J. Costello -- Why should I care / by Ellen Olson and N.J. Litras -- Wishing-Land / lyric by J. Will Callahan, music by Paul L. Specht -- The woman thou gavest me / by Al Piantadosi, arr. by E. Bial -- You ain’t heard nothing yet / by Al Jolson, Gus Kahn & Bud De Sylva -- You’re a million mile from nowhere (When you’re one little mile from home) / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Walter Donaldson -- You can’t drive my dreams away / words and music by Gitz Rice -- You have a heart just like an Irishman / words by Daniel Skinner, music by William Jeter -- Zanzibar / words by Rose H. Woods, music by John Hall Woods.
- Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 19
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 19.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1919.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 19