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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 167.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 167.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1935.

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reel 167 [1935 Sky-1935 Whilin']Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 167 reel 167 [1935 Sky-1935 Whilin']Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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1 reel of microfilm; 35 mm.
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  • Primarily sheet music for voice with piano accompaniment; some are lead sheets.
  • Target title.
  • Original scores in New York Public Library Music Division.
  • Microfilmed by Archival Micrographics, Midland Park, N.J., 1986.
Reproduction (note)
  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • The sky without the stars / words and music by Addy Amor -- Sleep, my baby, sleep / by Eddie Pola an Franz Steininger -- Sleepy head / by G.H. Brox -- Sleepy time in Topsy-Turvy Town / by Charles Newman, Murray Mencher & Milton Ager -- Slipping through my fingers / written & composed by Harry Woods [2 copies] -- Slowly but surely / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Arthur Gershwin -- The small town gal / [by] Geo. M. Cohan -- Smile at me : from the musical "Smile at me" / lyric and music by Edward J. Lambert -- Smiling with a brken heart / lyric by Gratia R. Labbé and Frank Samuels, music by Felix M. Cappadona -- So lovely and so sweet / words and music by Dudley Nix -- So nice seeing you again : from the motion picture "We're in the money" / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Allie Wrubel -- So red the rose / words by Richard Jerome, music by Walter Kent -- So this is heaven / words by Johnny Burke, music by Harold Spina [5 copies] -- Soldier of love : from the musical "Thumbs up" / by Irving Caesar, Gerald Marks and Sammy Lerner -- Soledad : from the motion picture "El tango en Broadway" / letra de Alfredo Le Pera, música de Carlos Gardel -- Somebody ought to be told : from the musical "May wine" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Somebody's birthday / lyrics by Jimmie Grier and Gordon Cliffford, music by Byron Gay [3 copies] -- Somehow I knew : from the motion picture "The old homestead" / words and music by Chas. Rosoff, Harry Tobias and Neil Moret -- Some one I love / lyric by Haven Gillespie, music by Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- Something in my heart : from the motion picture "The affair of Susan" / words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Franz Waxman -- Something new is in my heart : from the musical "May wine" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Son of a halfback / by Abner Silver, Al Sherman and Al Lewis -- A song of India / lyric by Jerry Castillo, [music] by N. Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. by Jim Smock -- Song of spring / by Hoagy Carmichael -- Song of the open road / words and music by Albert Hay Malotte -- Song of the Volga boatmen / the English words by Bernice Manoloff, arr. by Nick Manoloff -- Songs my mother taught me / by Anton Dvorak, arr. by Jim Smock [3 copies] -- Sons of Eli / words by Henry P. Becton, music by Stanleigh P. Friedman -- Soon : from the motion picture "Mississippi" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers [2 copies] -- Sorrento / English words by Alice Matullath, lyric by Ernesto Murolo, music by E. De Curtis -- Sorrento by the sea / words by Ronnie Henderson, music by Max Rosen -- Souvenir / lyric by Jerry Castillo, [music] by Franz Drdla, arr. by Jim Smock [2 copies] -- Spanish butterfly / words by Al Bryan, music by W.C. Polla -- The Spanish cavalier / [English and] Spanish lyric by Jerry Castillo, [music] by W.D. Hendrickson, arr. by Jerry Castillo -- Speaking confidentially : from the motion picture "Every night at eight" / lyric and melody by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields -- Spreadin' rhythm around : from the motion picture "King of burlesque" / Lyric by Ted Koehler, melody by Jimmy McHugh -- Spring song / lyric by Jerry Castillo, [music] by Felix Mendelssohn, arr. by Jim Smock [2 copies] -- Stairway to the stars / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Matt Malneck, Frank Signorelli [2 copies] -- The star and the rose / words by Joe Young, music by Jean Schwartz -- Star gazing / by Marty Symes, Al J. Neiburg & Jerry Levinson [7 copies] -- Stars and soft guitars / by Emery Deutsch and Jimmy Rogan -- Stay out of love ('cause that's when the blues begin) / by Horace Gerlach, E.P. La Freniere [2 copies] -- Still as the night (Still wie di Nacht) / English lyrics by Jerry Castillo, music by Carl Bohm, arr. by Jerry Castillo [3 copies] -- Stolen harmony : from the motion picture "Stolen harmony" / words and music by Joe Young, Arthur Altman and Jack Lawrence -- Stop look and listen / lyric by Ralph Freed, music by John and Geo. Van Eps -- Strangers in the dark (Noche de ronda) / English lyric by Ray Gordon, music by Maria Teresa Lara -- Streamlined Greta Green / words and music by Fred Rose & T. Berwick -- Street in Havana : from "A Cuban suite" / words by Billy Hill, music by Don Marzedo -- A street in old Seville / by Rodd Arden and Leo Towers [2 copies] -- The stuff is here and it's mellow / by Willie Smith, Walter Bishop and Clarence Williams -- Sugar Cookie Mountain : from the musical "One in a blue moon" / words by Billy Rose, music by Mabel Wayne -- Sugar plum / lyric by Al Jacobs, music by Jack Meakin -- Sugar plum : from the motion picture "Thanks a million" / lyric by Gus Kahn, melody by Arthur Johnston -- Summer time (Summertime) : from the opera "Porgy and Bess" / lyric by Du Bose Heyward, [music by] George Gershwin [3 copies] -- A sunbonnet blue and a yellow straw hat / words by Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain -- Sunday at sundown / lyric by Frank Loesser, music by Otto Motzan -- Sunday-go-to-meetin'-time / words by Tot Seymour, music by Vee Lawnhurst -- Surprise! Surprise! (I'm giving me to you) / words by Eddie P. Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Swanee River (Old folks at home) / by Stephen C. Foster, arranged by Harold Potter -- Sweet Alyce (My little sunshine girl) / by Al Maister -- Sweet and low / lyric by Alfred Tennyson, music by Josef Barnby, arr. by Jerry Castillo [2 copies] -- Sweet and slow / lyric by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren [6 copies] -- Sweet by and by / arr. by Nick Manoloff -- Sweet Flossie Farmer / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Allie Wrubel -- Sweet hoodoo / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Richard Myers -- Sweet little thing / by Henry Snyder, arranged by J. Rosamond Johnson -- Swing low sweet chariot / arr. by Jim Smock -- Sweet sleep / words and music by Gene Labarre -- Sweet thing / by Joe Young, Abel Baer and Fred E. Ahlert -- Swinging down the old orchard lane / by Bob Miller -- Swingin' fo the king / words and music by Joe Haymes -- Swinging in a swing (with my sweetie) / lyric by Ray Klages and Johnny Farro, music by Jack Palmer and Margie Morris.
  • Tabú / letra y música de Margarita Lecuona [2 copies] -- Taggin' along with you / by Ted White, Irving Mills & Manny Kurtz -- Take it easy : from the motion picture "Every night at eight" / lyric and melody by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields -- Take me back to my boots and saddle / words and music by Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup, Teddy Powell [14 copies] -- Take the ache from my heart / words and music by Howard Johnson and Harry Kogen -- Take this little rose / by Alex Hill, Irving Mills, Manny Kurtz [2 copies] -- Take this ring : from the musical "Sweet surrender" / words by Edward Heyman, music by Dana Suesse -- Take your pack on your back and go back to your shack (in the Carolines) / words and music by Al Sherman and Al Lewis -- Takes two to make a bargain (What's the answer-what's the verdict-how's about it baby?) : from the motion picture "Two for tonight" / lyric and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel -- The tale of a pig / composed by Frederick V. Bowers, arranged by J. Rosamond Johnson -- Tambourine jamboree : from the revue "Paradise parade" 5th edition / words by Milton Drake, music by Ben Oakland -- Tell me / words and music by Little Jack Little, Al Bryan & Geo. W. Meyers -- Tell me an old fashioned story / words and music by Cliff Friend and Irving Caesar -- Tell me it isn't true / by Jo. M. White -- Tell the truth : from the revue George White's scandals of 1936" / words by Jack Yellen, music by Ray Henderson -- Ten little bottles in the sink / words by Bud Green, music by Jesse Greer -- Tender is the night : from the motion picture "Here comes the band" / lyric by Harold Adamson, melody by Walter Donaldson -- Tender is the night / words by Doris Isaacs and Jerry Cooper, music by Gerald Marqusee -- Thanks a million : from the motion picture "Thanks a million" / lyric by Gus Kahn, melody by Arthur Johnston [2 copies] -- That big rock candy mountain / arranged by Nick Manoloff -- That moment of moments : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1936" / words by Ira Gershwin, music by Vernon Duke -- That old log cabin home / words and music by Jordan N. Hough -- That old Swiss chalet in the Rockies / lyric by Richard W. Pascoe, music by Will E. Dulmage and H. O'Reilly Clint -- That's not cricket : from the revue "At home abroad" / words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- That's what I learned in college / by Andy Andrews & Johnnie Davis -- That's what I want for Christmas (Shirley Temple's Christmas song) : from the motion picture "Stowaway" / lyric by Irving Caesar, music by Gerald Marks [4 copies] -- That's what you think : from the motion picture "King Solomon of Broadway" / words and music by Pinky Tomlink RRaymond Jasper and Coy Poe -- Them hill-billies are mountain-Williams now / by Jimmy Cavanaugh, Dick Sanfford & Sammy Mysels -- Then I shan't love you anymore : from the musical "What a relief!" / words and music by Brooks Bowman -- Then it isn't love : from the motion picture "The devil is a woman" / words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger -- Then you walked into the room : from the "Casino de Paree revue" / words and music by Lew Brown, Elsa Maxwell and Harry Akst -- Then you've never been blue : from the motion picture "Every night at eight" / lyric by Sam Lewis and Joe Young, additional lyrics by Frances Langford, music by Ted Fiorito -- There is no-one with endurance like the man who sells insurance / by Frank Crumit, Ben H. Burt, Billy Curtis [2 copies] -- There isn't any limit to my love / by Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman -- There's a boat dats leavin' soon for New York : from the motion picture "Porgy and Bess" / lyric by Ira Gershwin, [music by] George Gershwin -- There's a little picture playhouse in my heart / lyric by Edgar Leslie, music by Joe Burke -- There's a lovely lake in Loveland / words by Ralph Butler and Stanley J. Damerell, music by Tolchard Evans -- There's a secret in my heart / lyrics by Stanley Adams, music by Theodore A. Metz -- There's a shadow in the sunshine of your smile / by Joe Young, Carmen Lombardo and Fred E. Ahlert -- There's a spot 'neath the sun for everyone / lyric by Howard Johnson, music by Gus Edwards -- There's a vacant chair for Will Rogers (in every home tonight) / words by Mitchell Parish, musci by Lou Leaman -- There's a whistle in the thistle / lyric by Ned Washington and Ralph Freed, music by Joe Burke -- There's an Eden in Sweden / by Jack Meskill and Oscar Levant -- There's an old rocking chair in the corner / words & music by Nellie Y. Albright -- There's gonna be the devil to pay / lyric by Billy Hueston, music by Bob Emmerich -- There's music in a kiss : from the revue "Earl Carroll sketch book" / by Al Sherman, Al Lewis and Abner Silver -- There's nothing like a college education : from the motion picture "Old man rhythm" / lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Lewis E. Gensler -- There's to do till tomorrow / lyric by Charlie Tobias, music by Murray Mencher -- There's something in a big parade : from the motion picture "The perfect gentleman" / lyric by Ned Washington, melody by Bronislaw Kaper and Walter Jurmann -- These foolish things remind me of you / words by Holt Marvell, music by Jack Strackey and Harry Link [2 copies] -- These foolish things remind me of you : from the revue "Spread it abroad" / words by Holt Marvell, music by Jack Strackey and Harry Link [7 copies] -- These 'n' that 'n' those / lyric by Milton Pascal, music by Edgar Fairchild -- Thief in the night : from the revue "At home abroad" / words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- Things might have been so diff'rent / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by J. Fred Coots [3 copies] -- Thinkin' of you / by Earl Hines and Harry Deacon -- This is my year / words by Fred Fisher, music by Bob Emmerich -- This is the kiss of romance : from the revue "Continental varieties of 1936" / words by Mitchell Parish, musci by Jean Delettre -- The thrill of a lifetime / lyric by Irving M. Cassel and John Klenner, music by Mana-Zucca -- Thrilled / lyric by Mort Greene, music by Harry Barris [4 copies] -- Through the doorway of dreams : from the motion picture "The big broadcast of 1935" / words and music by Leo Robin and Richard A. Whiting -- Thunder over paradise : from the motion picture "Rose of the rancho" / words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger.
  • Tillie the tight rope walker : from the motion picture "The perfect gentleman" / lyric by Ned Washington, melody by Bronislaw Kaper and Walter Jurmann -- Time out for love / words by Mitchell Parish, music by J. Fred Coots -- Time will tell / lyric by Richard Himber & Elliott Grennard, music by Richard Himber -- Tiny little fingerprints / lyric by Charlie Tobias and Charles Newman, music by Sam H. Stept [9 copies] -- Tired of me (and my transgressions) / words and music by Giles Peanut Shelton, arr. by Farrel Clark -- To be worthy of you / lyric by Ray Klages, music by Walter Gross -- To call you my own : from the motion picture "In Caliente" / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Allie Wrubel -- To think that you're mine again / lyric by Benny Davis, music by Abner Silver [2 copies] -- To you Roosevelt / words and music by Ed. Bamber -- Today is tomorrow : from the production "Common flesh" / words by Harry Tobias, music by Phil Boutelje -- Toddlin' along with you : from the motion picture "Broadway Joe" / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Allie Wrubel -- Tomorrow - who cares? / words and music by Charlie Tobias & Murray Mencher -- Tonight in Vienna / lyric by Joe Linz, music by Pem Davenport -- (Tonight) There's a spell on the moon : from the motion picture "Spring tonic" / words and music by Jay Gorney -- Too much imagination / words by Johnny Burke, music by Harold Spina -- Top hat, white tie and tails : from the motion picture "Top hat" / lyrics and music by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- The topic of the tropics : from the revue "The Hollywood revels of 1936" / by Al J. Neiburg, Marty Symes, Jerry Levinson -- Toreador song : from the opera "Carmen" / English version by Jerry Castillo, music by Bizet, arr. by Jerry Castillo -- The traffic was terrific / lyric by Frank Loesser and Buddy Bernier, music by Otto Motzan -- Trail's end / poem by Frank E. Mullen, melody by Walter Blaufuss -- Truckin' : from the revue "Cotton Club parade" / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Rube Bloom -- Truckin' on down / words by Arthur Porter, musci by Eubie Blake -- Tu partida (Thy farewell) : love song of the Andes / Spanish lyric by Lorenzo Herrera, English version by Robert E. Griffin, music by Augusto Brandt -- Tus lindos ojos / letra y música de Tito Guizar -- Twenty-four hours a day (The music box song) : from the motion picture "Sweet surrender" / words by Arthur Swanstrom, music by James F. Hanley -- Twilight at noon / lyric by Irving Kahal, music by Pierre Norman -- Twilight in Sweetheart Lane / words and music by Howard Johnson and Joe Davis -- Two for tonight : from the motion picture "Two for tonight" / lyric and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel -- Two guitars (Dve gitari) / English lyrics by Bernice Manoloff, arranged by Nick Manoloff -- Two heads against the moon / words by Stanley Adams, music by Milton Ager -- Two hearts caved on a lonesome pine / lyric by Joe Young, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- Two little candles (on one little cake) / lyric by Charlie Tobias and Charles Newman, music by Sam H. Stept -- Two seats in the balcony / words by Nat Schwartz, music by J.C. Johnson -- Two souls (Seelen) / [text by] Paul Wertheimer, English version by Rosalie V.R. and A. Walter Kramer, [music by] A. Wlater Kramer -- Two together : from the motion picture "The girl friend" / lyric by Gus Kahn, melody by Arthur Johnston -- Two violins / words and music by Abner Silver and Geo. J. Bennett -- A two-cent stamp (brought me back a million dollar love) / by Ted White, Manny Kurtz, Milton Ager [2 copies].
  • Ufty, Muffty and Gufty / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Jimmie Monaco -- Uncle Noah's ark : from the motion picture "The phantom empire" / words & music by Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette, arranged by Nick Manoloff -- Under any old flag at all / words and music by George M. Cohan -- The valley where wishes come true / words by Edith Eatherley, music by Leslie Elliott -- The vamp of the Pampas : from the motion picture "Here comes Cookie" / words and music by Leo Robin and Richard A. Whiting -- Viene la conga (Here comes the conga) / English lyric by Marion Sunshine, Spanish lyric & music by Eliseo Grenet -- Vilia : from "The merry widow" / words by Carl Field, music by Franz Lehar, arranged by Nick Manoloff -- Waiting for the tide to turn / lyric by Eddie Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Wal, I swan! (Gid-dap Napoleon) / words and music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt -- Waltz of my heart / words by Jeanie Harper, music by Lee Jones -- Way back home / words by Al Lewis, music by Tom Waring [2 copies] -- Way down upon the Swanee River (Old folks at home) / words and music by Stephen C. Foster, arrangement by Jerry Castillo [3 copies] -- We agree perfectly / words by Mack David, music by J. Fred Coots [2 copies] -- We can start with love / by Lee David, John Redmond & Lou Klein -- We hide our hearts / words and music by Ted Peck and Gene Labarre -- We made up again / lyric by Charles Tobias, music by Sam H. Stept -- We sat beneath the maple on the hill / by Gussie L. Davis, arranged by Mort. H. Glickman [2 copies] -- We want peace (March of peace) / verses by Fritzie Haubiel, music by Charles Haubiel -- We were dancing : from the musical "Tonight at eight-thirty" / words & music by Noel Coward -- We wouldn't take a million for our baby (or give a nickel for another one) / by Fred Fisher -- Wealthy, shmelthy, as long as you're healthy / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Sammy Fain -- Weary : from the motion picture "Broadway hostess" / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Allie Wrubel -- Weather man / words by Irving Caesar, music by Newell Chase [2 copies] -- Wedding march : from Midsummer night's dream / lyric by Jerry Castillo, [music by] F. Mendelssohn, arr. by Jim Smock -- The wedding of Jack and Jill / lyric by Haven Gillespie & Abner P. Grunauer, music by J. Fred Coots [2 copies] -- We're gonna have smooth sailing / by Al Sherman, Al Lewis and Milton Ager [2 copies] -- What a beautiful night : from the motion picture "Thanks a million" / lyric and melody by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby -- What a day / by Harry Woods -- What a night, what a moon, what a girl! / words and music by John Jacob Loeb [2 copies] -- What a wonderful world : from the revue "At home abroad" / words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- What about tomorrow (Il pleut sur la route) / English lyric by Kim Gannon, French lyric by R. Champfleury, music by Henry Himmel -- What can I do with a foolish little girl / words by George A. Little & Albert Amshel, music by Irving Bibo -- What did Sally say? / by Charlie Tobias, Jack Scholl, Murray Mencher -- What Harlem is to me : from the revue "Hot chocolates of 1935" / by Andy Razaf, Russell Wooding and Paul Denniker -- What is this power? : from the motion picture "The girl friend" / lyric by Gus Kahn, melody by Arthur Johnston -- What's gonna be the outcome if the income don't come in? / lyric by Eddie Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- What's a home without a mother / words and music by Jordan N. Hough -- What's on your mind / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by Saul Chaplin -- What's pretty as the red bird / words and music by Jordan N. Hough -- What's the reason (I'm not pleasin' you)? : from the motion picture "Times Square lady" / words by Coy Poe & Jimmie Grier, music by Pinky Tomlin & Earl Hatch [2 copies] -- The wheel of the wagon is broken / words and music by Box and Cox and Michael Carr -- When a great love comes along / lyric by Edgar Leslie, music by Joe Burke -- When a gypsy makes his violin cry / words by Dick Smith, Frank Wine-gar and Jimmy Rogan, music by Emery Deutsch [2 copies] -- When April comes again : from the revue "The Hollywood revels of 1936" / by Al J. Neiburg, Marty Symes, Jerry Levinson -- When I grow too old to dream / lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Sigmund Romberg [2 copies] -- When I grow too old to dream : from the motion picture "The night is young" / lyric by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Sigmund Romberg [2 copies] -- When I grow up : from the motion picture "Curly top" / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Ray Henderson -- When I kiss you in my dreams / words and music by Sam Berardini -- When I see myself in your eyes / words by Monty Siegel, music by Johnny Tucker -- When I'd yoo-hoo in the valley / words and music by Henry Russell and Murray Martin -- When Little Bo-Peep saw her little beau peep / lyric by Al Bryan, music by Little Jack Little -- When love comes your way : from the musical "Jubilee" / words and music by Cole Porter -- When love has gone / lyrics by Philip Copell, Billy Hueston, music by Ray Bloch, Drexell Hines -- When love knocks at your heart / lyric by Billy Hill, music by Peter De Rose -- When moonbeams sofftly fall / words by Donald Heins, music by Ernest Seitz -- When my Prince Charming comes along : from the motion picture "All the king's horses" / words and music by Sam Coslow -- When somebody thinks you're wonderful / words and music by Harry Woods -- When the circus comes to town / words by Harry Tobias and Charlie Tobias, music by Henry H. Tobias [2 copies] -- When the leaves bid the trees goodbye / lyric by Tot Seymour, music by Vee Lawnhurst [2 copies] -- When the robin sings his song again / words by Mitchell Paris, music by J. Fred Coots -- When the work's all done this fall / arranged by Harold Potter -- When the work's all done this fall / arr. by Nick Manoloff -- When we are M-A-double R-I-E-D : from the musical "The talk of New York" / words and music by George M. Cohan -- When we met one amateur night / by James Cavanaugh, Dick Sanford and Lee David -- When you are in my arms : from the motion picture "Old man rhythm" / lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Lewis E. Gensler [2 copies] -- Whenever I think of you / by Harry Woods [2 copies] -- Where am I? (Am I in heaven) : from the motion picture "Stars over Broadway" / lyric by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren -- Where is my love : from the motion picture "Rose of the Rancho" / words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger -- Where the Rocky Mountains kiss the sky / words by Dave Franklin, music by Isham Jones -- Where there's you there's me : from the motion picture "The two of us" / by Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman -- Where were you on the nigght of June the third / lyric by Charles Tobias, music by Sam H. Stept -- While the church bells tolled / words by Joe Young, music by Jean Schwartz, Ira Schuster -- While we're young / words by Haven Gillespie, music by J. Fred Coots -- Whilin' the day away / words by Del Porter, music by Ray Johnson.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 167
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 167.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1935.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 167
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