American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 17.
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 17.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1917-1918.
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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. 1917, series 3: Ain’t you coming back to Dixieland / lyric by Raymond Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Along the way to Waikiki / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Richard A. Whiting -- America, my country / [words by] Jens K. Grondahl, [music by] E.F. Maetzold -- ‘Round her neck she wears a yellow ribbon (for her lover who is fur, fur away) / words and music by Geo. A. Norton -- Be true to the folks back at home / lyric by James Wells, music by Walter J. Pond [partially mutilated] -- Blue bird / words by Geo. Graff Jr., music by Bert Grant -- The chapters of life / words by Harry Edelheit, music by Louis Weiss -- Climbing the ladder of love / by Abe Olman, Ray Walker, Ray Sherwood -- The Darktown strutters’ ball / words and music by Shelton Brooks -- Dreaming of you / lyric by Bathsheba Anna Lazelle, melody by Courtney & J. Edwin Allemong -- The farm yard blues (I miss my Mississippi home) / by Chris Smith & Henry Troy -- Fighting for you / words and music by Francis H. Robertson -- For old glory, mother and you / words by Louis Dickson, music by Albert J. Knights -- For you a rose / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- The ghost of the saxophone / words by Jack Frost, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- Hello America, hello / words and music by Geo. Fairman -- Girlie (Tell me do) / words by Gladys G. Dennis, music by Harry H. Williams -- Hit the trail that leads to mother / words and music by Gordon V. Thompson -- I don’t care to live in any marble halls with you / by Al Selden, Anna Chandler & Sam H. Stept -- It’s a short way through mother’s doorway but it’s a long way back to mother’s knee / by Andrew B. Sterling, Bernie Grossman and Arthur Lange -- Joan of Arc they are calling you / words by Alfred Bryan & Willie Weston, French version by Liane Held Carrera, music by Jack Wells -- Johnson rag / lyric by Jack Lawrence, music by Guy Hall, Henry Kleinkauf -- Kuu loke ula ula (My red, red rose) (ou’re the sweetest flower that grows) / words by Jesse G.M. Glick, music by Frederick V. Bowers -- Let yez all be irish to-night / words and music by W.J. McKenna -- Long boy / words by William Herschel, music by Barclay Walker -- Longing / [words by] Martha Gilbert Dickinson, music by Carl Doering -- Longing for my Dixie home / words and music by J.R. Shannon -- My girl in Idaho / words by Gladys G. Dennis, music by Harry H. Williams -- My little sing song girl / lyric by A.J. Stasny, music by Earl Burtnett -- My mother’s lullaby / words by Charles Louis Ruddy, music by Harold Brown Freeman -- The New Orleans hop scop blues / by Geo. W. Thomas -- (We’ll be there) On the land, on the sea, in the air / words by Ballard MacDonald, music by James F. Hanley -- On the river of dreams / words by Guy W. Cary, music by Harry H. Williams -- Our Sammy boys / words by G. Allyn Rockwell, music by Guy Call -- Rolling in his little rolling chair / words by Joe Goodwin and Ballard MacDonald, music by Halsey K. Mohr -- Shim-me-sha-wabble / by Spencer Williams -- Some Sunday morning / lyric by Gus Kahn and Raymond Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Somewhere in France is daddy / composed by the great Howard [Joseph E. Howard] -- Somehwere in France (is the lily) / words by Philander Johnson, music by Joseph E. Howard -- In the summer time / words by Billie Brown, music by Fred Wilson Jr. -- Sweetness (Honey suckle of mine) / by Eddie Leonard and Jack Stern -- That Red Cross girl of mine / words and music by E.C. Cannon -- There’s a service flag flying at our house / words by Thomas P. Hoier and Bernie Grossman, music by Al W. Brown -- There’s no more harmony at t home sweet home / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Ted Snyder -- There is somebody waitin’ for me / written, composed and sung by Harry Lauder -- Tishomingo blues / words and music by Spencer Williams -- Underneath the wishing moon / words by Frank Choddy, music by Edmund Braham -- The waggle o’ the kilt / written and composed by Harry Lauder -- We’re there / words and music by Carlton Van Valkenburg -- What will become of your little doll girl / by Billy Gaston -- When it’s springtime down in Dixie Land / words and music by Jimmie Marten & Mitch Le Blanc -- When the autumn leaves are turning gold / by Tell Taylor -- When you’re lonesome for someone who’s lonesome for you / lyric by Harry Ralph, music by Ted S. Barron -- Where do we go from here? / by Howard Johnson and Percy Wenrich -- Where the black-eyed susans grow / lyric by Dave Radford, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Where the morning glories grow / lyric by Gus Kahn and Raymond egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- You don’t have to come from Ireland to be Irish / words by George Graff Jr., music by Bert Grant -- You have a wonderful way (of doing what you do) / words by Chip Donaldson, music by Earl Smith.
- P.S. 1917, series 4: Ching chong / words by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts -- Give me an old fashioned melody : from Odds and ends / words by Bide Dudley, music by James Byrnes [partially mutilated] -- Liberty Bell (It’s time to ring again) / words by Joe Goodwin, music by Halsey K. Mohr -- Someone / lyric by Paul Porter, music by Henry I. Marshall.
- P.S. 1918, series 1: After you’ve gone / by Creamer & Layton -- Arabian nights / lyric by Herbert Reynolds, music by M. David and Wm. Hewitt -- At half past nine / word by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Archie Gottler -- Back in home sweet home with dear old gray haired mother / words by Annie Salyer, music by E.S.S. Huntington -- Batter up / words by Harry Tighe, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Beautiful Ohio / lyric by Ballard MacDonald, music by Mary Earl -- Bring me a rose / by Charles Shisler -- Bye and bye / words by ed Moran and Vincent Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Can you tame wild wimmen / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Cotton hollow harmony / lyric by Chas. A. Mason, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Dancing ‘neath the Dixie moon / words by Will J. Hart, music by Ed Nelson -- The daughter of Rosie O’Grady / words by Monty C. Brice, music by Walter Donaldson -- Davy of the navy : you’re a wonderful wonderful boy / words and music by Harold Dixon -- Dear little boy of mine / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Dear old Connecticut / words and music by S.R. Henry [partially mutilated] -- Dear old pal of mine / words by Harold Robe, music by Gitz Rice -- The deep sea blues / words and music by Q. Roscoe Snowden -- Don’t cry, little girl, don’t cry / words and music by Maceo Pinkard -- Dreamy Hawaiian moon / lyric by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts -- Drifting / words by C.D. Clarke, music by E.S.S. Huntington -- Echoes of the old St. Johns / words by Barbara Livingstone Hammond, music by E.S.S. Huntington -- An Egyptian love song / lyric by J. Will Callahan, music by Lucille Palmer -- Evening brings memories of you / words by Ollie Miller, music by Anna Brock -- Ev’rybody shimmies now / lyric by Eugene West, music by Joe Gold and Edmund J. Porray -- Ev’ry day / words by W.R. Williams, music by Shelton Brooks -- Every day will be Sunday when the town goes dry / words and music by Wm. Jerome and Jack Mahoney -- Everything is peaches down in Georgia / words by Grant Clarke, music by Milton Ager & Geo. W. Meyer -- The fighting navy (of the gold old U.S.A.) / words by Chas. A. Snyder, music by Stanley Henry -- For Mary, the baby and me / lyric by Paul Cunningham, music by James V. Monaco -- For the two of us / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Harry Ruby -- Give a little credit to the navy / lyric by bud De Sylva and Gus Kahn, music by Albert Gumble -- Give me backj that same sweet smile / words by Joseph D. Rapp, music by E.S.S. Huntington [partially mutilated] -- A grüss fin die trenches / words and music by Isidore Lillian, arranged by Samuel Secunda -- Have a smile for everyone you meet and they will have a smile for you / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan & Paul Cunningham, music by Bert Rule -- Hindustan / by Oliver g. Wallace and Harold Weeks -- How can you tell? / lyric by Ned Wayburn, music by Harold Orlob -- Huckleberry pie / words by Bert Hanlon, music by Con Conrad [partially mutilated] -- I’m glad to be the mother of a soldier boy / words by Rene Bronner, music by Frederick V. Bowers -- I’m just an old jay from the U.S.A. / words by Ed Moran and Vincent Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- I’m satisfied to step aside / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Walter Donaldson -- I’m sorry I made you cry / by N.J. Clesi, arr. by Theodore Morse -- I can’t let ‘em suffer / by Creamer and Layton -- I found the end of the rainbow / by John Mears, Harry Tierney and Joseph McCarthy -- I hate to lose you / words b Grant Clarke, music by Archie Gottler -- I kissed you, as the dew drop kissed the rose / words by Annie Salyer, music by E.S.S. Huntington -- I leave for Dixie today / words and music by Frank Swift -- I love her (Ooh la la la) / words and music by Lew Porter -- I miss that Mississippi miss that misses me / words by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Pete Wendling -- I want a doll / words by Ed Moran and Vincent Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- I’ll say she does / by Bud De Sylva, Gus Kahn & Al Jolson -- I wish I was in the land of cotton now / words by Howard Johnson & Chas. McCarron, music by George W. Mayer -- If he can fight like he can love, good night Germany! / words by Grant Clarke and Howard E. Rogers, music by George W. Meyer -- If they ever put a tax on love / words by Sam Ehrlich, music by Nat Osborne -- If you’re crazy about the women you’re not crazy at all / by Alfred Bryan, Edgar Leslie & Harry Ruby -- If you had the brains your mother had / words and music by Bert Fitzgibbon -- In 1960 you’ll find Dixie looking just the same / words by Sidney D. Mitchell, music by Archie Gottler -- In the shade of the mango tree / lyric by Louis Weslyn, music by Felix Arndt -- Ja-da (Ja da, ja da, jing jing jing!) / words and music by Bob Carleton -- Jim Jim don’t come back ‘till you win / lyric by Ben Ryan and Bert Hanlon, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Just a baby’s prayer at twilight / words by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by M.K. Jerome -- Just like Washington crossed the Delaware General Pershing will cross the Rhine / words by Howard Johnson, music by George W. Meyer -- Keep the trench fires going for the boys out there / words by Ed Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Kentucky dream / English lyric by Frank H. Warren, French lyric by Agnetta Floris, music by S.R. Henry and D. Onivas -- Kisses (The sweetest kisses of all) / lyric by Alex Sullivan, music by Lynn Cowan -- Let me hold your hand dear / words by Sarah Storar, music by E.S.S. Huntington -- Let me kiss the flag before I die / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Frederick V. Bowers -- Light your little lamp of love for me / words by Bobby Heath, music by Fred Fisher -- Look what you’ve done / by Creamer and Layton.
- Madelon (I’ll be true to the whole regiment) / lyric by Louis bousquet, English version by Alfred Bryan, music by Camille Robert -- The makin’s of the U.S.A. / words by Vincent Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Mama’s captain curly head / words by Ed Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Mammy’s chocolate soldier / words by Sidney Mitchell, music by Archie Gottler -- Mammy’s lullaby / lyric by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts -- Mandy and me / lyric by William McKenna, music by Albert Gumble -- Mary / words by Geo. L. Stoddard, music by Hugo Frey -- Mary Jane / words by R.J. Brace, music by E.S.S. Huntington -- The message that never came / by Clayton Calhoun -- Mickey / words by Harry Williams, music by Neil Moret -- Minnie, shimmie for me / words by Jimmy Lucas, music by Billy Frisch -- Molly Aroon / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Mother, I’m dreaming of you / [words and music by] Jack Caddigan and Chick Story -- Move a little bit of Broadway to Paris and make the boys feel right at home / by Mary Donoghue and Sam Landers -- My Belgian Rose / by Geo. Benoit, Rob’t Levenson, Ted Garton -- My daddy’s star / lyric by Ivan Reid, music by Peter De Rose -- My little gypsy Wanda (Won’t you wander back to me) / by Robert Levenson and Ted Garton -- My little yellow rose / words and music by H. Lyon Smith -- My Pavo Real girl / words and music by Ben Black -- Oh! Frenchy / words by Sam Ehrlich, music by Con Conrad -- Oh! How I hate to get up in the morning / by Irving Berlin -- Oh! How I wish I could sleep until my daddy comes home / words by Sam M Lewis & Joe Young, music by Pete Wendling -- Oh! Susie behave / words by Ed Rose, music by Abe Olman -- One for all and all for one / words by Neville Fleeson, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- One more day / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Only a memory of by-gone days / words and music by H.C. Weasner -- Oriental : Some day in Araby / words by Richard Coburn, music by Vincent Rose -- Oui oui, Marie / words by Alfred Bryan and Joe McCarthy, music by Fred Fisher -- Out of the east / lyric by Jean Havez, music by Joe Rosey -- The pickaninnies paradise / words by Sam Ehrlich, music by Nat Osborne -- Popularity / [by] Geo. M. Cohan, edited and revised by W.C. [Polla] -- The red old hills of Georgia / [poem by] Henry B. Jackson, [music and 3 verses by] A.H. MacDonell -- El relicario / letra de Oliveros y Castellvi, música del Mtro. José Padilla [heavily mutilated] -- The rose of no man’s land = (La rose sous les boulets) / by Jack Caddigan & James A. Brennan, French text by Louis Delamarre -- Sammie, think of your mammy (and you’re bound to bring the bacon home) / by Dannie O’Neil -- Sarah! Come over here! / words by Eddie Nelson, music by Con Conrad -- Say “Au revoir” but not “good-bye” = (Dis “au revoir” mais pas “adieu”) / words and music by Harry Kennedy, revised and re-arranged by E.T. Paull, French version by Jacques H. Caliche -- Singapore / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland -- Somebody’s done me wrong / words by Marshall Walker, music by Will E. Skidmore -- Somewhere he’s marching / words by Charels Llewellyn tarlton, music by Alice Brady Como -- Somewhere you’re dreaming too / words by Robert F. Roden, music by Maud A. Murray -- The Statue of Liberty is smiling (On the hearts of the world to-day) / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Halsey K. Mohr -- Sunshine / words by Ray Sherwood, music by Will Donaldson -- Sweet Hawaiian moonlight (Tell her of my love) / lyric by Harold g. Frost, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- Sweet Suffolk owl / words anon (1619), music by A. Buzzi Peccia -- Tackin’ ‘em down / lyric by Bud De Sylva, music by Albert Gumble -- That old fashioned mother of mine / lyric by Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts -- That soothing serenade was just written for me / by Harry De Costa -- That tumble-down shack in Athlone / lyric by Richard W. Pascoe, music by Monte Carlo and Alma M. Sanders -- There’s a lump of sugar down in Dixie / lyric by Alfred Bryan & Jack Yellen, music by Albert Gumble -- They were all out of step but Jim / by Irving Berlin -- Three wonderful letters from home / words by Joe Goodwin and Ballard MacDonald, music by James F. Hanley -- Tishomingo blues / words and music by Spencer Williams -- Till we meet again / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- What are you going to do when our boys come home? / words by Ivan Reid, music by Peter De Rose -- When Alexander takes his ragtime band to France / by Alfred Bryan, Cliff Hess and Edgar Leslie -- When I get back (from over there) / words and music by De Witt H. Morse and William H. Farrell -- When I saw that Spanish dancer from Madrid / words by Eddie Cox, music by Leo Flatow -- When the cherry trees are blooming in Japan / words and music by Chas. K. Harris -- When Tony goes over the top / words and music by Alex Marr, Billy Frisch and Archie Fletcher -- When Woodrow Wilson takes a hand / words and music by S.E. Cox, arr. by J.J. Scull -- The whole world was made just for you / [by] Louis Herscher -- Why do they call them babies (When they mean grown up ladies) / words by Al Harriman, music by Jack Egan -- With all my heart and soul / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Would that bring you back again / words by Ivan Reid, music by Peter De Rose -- Yearning / words by Sidney Carter, music by Neil Moret [filmed twice] -- You great big handsome marine / words and music by Harold Dixon -- You’d better be nice to them now! / words and music by Wm. Tracey and Jack Stern -- You’ll always find a lot of sunshine in my old Kentucky home / words by Lew Brown, music by Rubey Cowan.
- Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 17
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 17.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1917-1918.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 17