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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 72.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 72.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1918.

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reel 72 [1918 Bring-1918 Hut]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 72 reel 72 [1918 Bring-1918 Hut]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.
  • Target title.
  • Original scores in New York Public Library Music Division.
  • Microfilmed by Archival Micrographics, Midland Park, N.J., 1986.
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  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • Bring back a Belgian baby to me / words and music by Ben Black -- Bring back my daddy to me / words by William Tracey and Howard Johnson, music by George W. Meyer [lead sheet] -- Bring back my soldier boy to me / words by Walter Hirsch, music by Frank Magine -- Bring back the kiss that I gave / words by W.T. Whitehead, music by Walter J. Pond -- Bring back the roses (Kathleen Mavourneen) / words by Alfred Bryan & Joe McCarthy, music by Fred Fisher -- Bring back that Yama dance to me : from the revue "You know me, Al!" / words by Russell Brown, music by Burton Hamilton -- Bring back those by-gone days to me / words and music by Edmund J. Porray -- Bring home the victory / lyrics by Howard J. Green, music by Harry H. Roese -- Bring me a letter from my old home town / words by A.G. Delamater, music by Will R. Anderson -- Bring me a rose / by Charles Shisler [3 copies] -- Brother of mine / words and music by M.A. Crocker -- Bumkin Island / music by Mrs. G.L. Camden -- But - after the ball was over! : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1918" / lyric and music by Arthur J. Jackson and Bud De Sylva [2 copies] -- Buy a bond! / words by Augustus Wittfeld, music by Mae Larkin Shanley -- Buy a bond, buy a bond for liberty / words and music by Erle Threlkeld -- Buy a liberty bond / by Lynn F. Cowan -- Buy a liberty bond / words and music by Morris Leibson, arranged by Samuel Hirschfeld -- By my window I'll be waiting : from the musical "Some night" / by Harry Delf -- By the dreamy Nile / words & music by Walter Smith -- Bye and bye / words by Ed Moran and Vincent Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer.
  • Call for Mr. Brown / words by Ole Olsen, music by Isham Jones -- The call of the cosy little home : from the musical "Take it from me" / lyric by Will B. Johnstone, music by Will B. Anderson [2 copies] -- The call to arms / words and music by Clara B. Groves -- Calling sweetheart for you / lyric by Bob Schafer & Eddie Dorr, music by Wirt Denison & Oscar Docter -- Can it be love at last : from the musical "Fiddlers three" / lyric by Wm. Cary Duncan, music by Alexander Johnstone -- Can you tame wild wimmen / words by Andrew B. Sterling, musi by Harry Von Tilzer [5 copies] -- Can't you love me like you do in my dreams? / words and music by Harold Weeks -- Carmen : from the revue "Ziegfeld's midnight frolic" / lyric by Gene Buck, music by Dave Stamper -- Carry on / arr. by Ralph L. Grosvenor [for male quartet, lead sheet] -- The charm of Old Glory / words and music by W. Irving Chambers -- Cheer our soldier boys / words & music by W. Walker & Bob Woolf -- Cheer up father cheer up mother / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Herman Paley -- Cheer up, mother / by Mary Earl -- Cheer up mother it's all right now and everything is all O.K. / words and music by Tod Weinhold -- Cheer up Tommy Atkins / lyric by Will J. Hart, music by Edw. G. Nelson -- A cheery smile is as good as a mile, on the road to victory / words and music by Anita Steuart, arranged by Dan J. Sullivan -- Chianti : from the musical "Glorianna" / words by Catherine Chisholm Cushing, music by Rudolf Friml -- Chong he comes from Hong Kong / words and music by Harold Weeks -- City of dreams : from the musical "Oh, my dear!" / lyric by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Louis A. Hirsch -- Clap your hands my baby (For your daddy's coming home) / lyric by Frankie Williams, music by Edw. G. Nelson -- Come across (Yankee boy, come across) / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Fred Fisher -- Come on, America! / words by Edmund Vance Cooke, music by Kenneth M. Murchison [2 copies] -- Come on papa / words and music by Edgar Leslie & Harry Ruby [3 copies] -- The company sergeant-major / words by P.H.B. Lyon, music by Wilfrid Sanderson -- Comprenez-vous papa / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Ray Lawrence -- Cotton Hollow harmony / lyric by Chas. A. Mason, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Crusader and Tommy : from the revue "Hullo America" / words by Clifford Grey, music by Herman Finck.
  • Daddy, I ain't made at you / words and music by Spencer Williams -- A daddy's prayer / by Harold B. Freeman -- Dallas blues / words by Lloyd Garrett, music by Hart A. Wand [2 copies] -- Dancing honeymoon / lyrics by Tom Groves, music by Werner Janssen -- The dancing-lesson : from the musical "Glorianna" / words by Catherine Chisholm Cushing, music by Rudolf Friml -- The great waltz song : from the musical "A southern maid" / words by Harry Graham, music by H. Fraser-Simson -- Darling : from the musical "The melting of Molly" / words by Cyrus Wood, music by Sigmund Romberg [2 copies] -- The daughter of Rosie O'Grady / words by Monty C. Brice, music by Walter Donaldson [6 copies] -- The daughter of Rosie O'Grady : from the motion picture "The daughter of Rosie O'Grady" / words by Monty C. Brice, music by Walter Donaldson -- Day dreams of you / by Harold B. Freeman [2 copies] -- Dear little boy of mine / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball [3 copies] -- Dear little boy of mine : from the motion picture "Boy o' mine" / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Dear little boy of mine : from the motion picture "Irish eyes are smiling" / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Dear old dad / words and music by Bill Stinger -- Dear old pal of mine / words by Harold Robè, music by Gitz Rice [5 copies] -- Dear old pal of mine : from the play "Getting together" / words by Harold Robè, music by Gitz Rice -- Dear old prison days : from the musical "Oh lady! Lady!" / lyric by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern [3 copies] -- Dearie : from the musical "Sometime" / lyrics by Rida Johnson Young, music by Rudolf Friml -- Democracy / words by Paul T. Allen, music by P.F. Brady -- Derby day in Dixie / lyric by Raymond Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Did you send your knight to battle? / words by Gordon Johnstone, music by Shepard Krams -- Ding dong : from the revue "Yip-yip-Yaphank" / by Irving Berlin -- Djer kiss / lyric by J. Will Callaahan, music by Milton Ager -- Doing their bit for you / words & music by Jennie Herman -- Don't be anybody's soldier boy but mine / words by Joe Lyons, music by Frank Magine -- Don't cry, little girl, don't cry / words and music by Maceo Pinkard [3 copies] -- Don't do your bit do your damndest / words and music by C.H. Wheatley, arranged by N.A. Krantz -- Don't forget to come back, Mack / words by Paul Cunningham, music by James V. Monaco -- Don't let us sing anymore about war, just let us sing of love / written and composed by Harry Lauder -- Don't weaken and stick till the boys come home / words and music by Helen Trix -- Don't you go and worry, Mary / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Halsey K. Mohr -- Don't you remember the day / words and music by Cliff Hess [2 copies] -- Don't you think you'd better let me try? / words by J. Will Callahan, music by Will L. Livernash -- Down by the millside alongside the hillside (You made all my dreams come true) / words by Lew Brown, music by Harry D. Kerr -- Down in Arkansaw / words and music by George Evans -- Down in cranberry town / by May Greene, Billy Lang, Geo. B. Alexander -- Dreaming of home sweet home / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by James F. Hanley [2 copies] -- Dreaming sweet dreams of mother / words by Jack Caddigan, music by James A. Brennan -- Dreams : from the revue "Hooray for the girls" / words by Annelu Burns, music by Madelyn Sheppard -- Dreamy eyes / lyric by Arthur Hoffman, music by Arthur Daly -- Dreamy Hawaiian moon / words by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts -- Dress dress dress : from the revue "The passing show of 1918" / lyric by Harold Atteridge, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Drop me down in Dixieland / words by J. Will Callahan, music by Max Kortlander -- (Dry your) Tears / words and music by Art Hickman and Ben Black [3 copies].
  • Each stitch is a thought of you, dear / words by Al Sweet, music by Billy Baskette -- An echo of her smile / words by Philander Johnson, music by Joseph E. Howard -- Edward / [by] C. Sharp -- An Egyptian love song / words by J. Will Callahan, music by Lucille Palmer [2 copies] -- The end of a perfect day / words by J.P. McEvoy, music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond -- Evening brings memories of you / words by Ollie Miller, music by Anna Brock -- Every bee has a bud : from the musical "Head over heels" / lyric by Edgar Allan Woolf, music by Harold Levey [2 copies] -- Every boy's a hero in this war today / lyric by Myles McCarthy, music by Chauncey Haines -- Every day will be Sunday when the town goes dry / words and music by Wm. Jerome and Jack Mahoney -- Every eye is on you / by Segrew Carter -- Every time I look at you : from the musical "She took a chance" / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Uda Waldrop -- Every town's your home town / words by Margaret Widdemer, music by Gena Branscombe [2 copies] -- (Everybody knows I love him) Everybody knows he's mine / words and music by Russell Smith -- Ev'rybody shimmies now / lyric by Eugene West, music by Joe Gold and Edmund J. Porray -- Everybody welcome-everything free / lyric by Alex Sullivan, music by Thomas Egan -- Everybody's crazy 'bout the doggone blues but I'm happy / by [Henry] Creamer & [Turner] Layton -- Everybody's happy now / by [James] Kendis, [James] Brockman & [Nat] Vincent -- Everyone I love lives down in Dixie / by Alfred Dubin and Harry De Costa [2 copies] -- Everything is hunky dory down in Honky Tonky Town / words by Joseph McCarthy, music by Harry Tierney -- Everything is peaches down in Georgia / words by Grant Clarke, music by Milton Ager and Geo. W. Meyer [2 copies] -- Ev'ry day / words by W.R. Williams, music by Shelton Brooks [3 copies] -- Ev'ry morning she makes me late / lyric and music by Bud De Sylva, Gus Kahn & Al Jolson [2 copies] -- Ev'ry road leads to heaven in old Ireland / by [James] Kendis, [James] Brockman & Michael Fitzpatrick -- (Ev'rybody ought to know how to do) The tickle toe : from the musical "Going up" / lyric by Otto Harbach, music by Louis A. Hirsch [2 copies] -- Ev'rybody shimmies now / lyric by Eugene West, music by Joe Gold and Edmund J. Porray [2 copies] -- Explanations : from the musical "Take it from me" / lyric by Will B. Johnstone, music by Will R. Anderson -- E-yip-yow! Yankee boys, welcome home again! / words by Bob F. Sear & Al. W. Brown, music by Al. W. Brown.
  • Faith of America / poem by Edmund Vance Cooke, music by J.S. Zamecnik -- Farewell (Aloha oe) : from the play "The bird of paradise" / composed by Queen Liliukalani -- Farewell! Mother, sweetheart, wife / words by Flora E.W. Torrey, music by H.L. West -- Father will be with us soon : from the musical "Atta boy" / words by H.H. Skerrett Jr., music by Ballard Macdonald and Nat Osborne -- The fight is on / lyrics by J.R. Shannon, music by Carl D. Vandersloot -- The fighting fifteenth / words by J.C. Crisler, music by Amb er G. Lasley -- The fightin' Irish 69th are comin' home today / words and music by Wollé Croxton -- The fighting navy (of the good old U.S.A.) / words by Chas. A. Snyder, music by Stanley Henry -- The flag of the U.S.A. / words and music by Walter St. Clare Knodle -- Flanders' Fields / poem by John D. McCrae, set to music by Alfred Hiles Bergen -- Fleur-de-lis / lyric by Stanley Murphy, music by Harry Tierney -- Floating down the sleep lagoon (Waters of Venice) / lyric by Neville Fleeson, music by Albert Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- Follow me to Germany (and victory) / lyric by William J. Hart, music by Edward G. Nelson -- Follow on / by Bernie Grossmann -- Follow the boys : from the musical "Little Simplicity" / lyric and music by Augustus Barratt -- For America (OUr khaki boys march song) / [by] Chas. E. King -- For God and our country / words & music by Anthony J. Schindler -- For it is my land and your land / words & music by Joy Mills -- For love : from the musical "Fiddlers three" / lyric by Wm. Cary Duncan, music by Alexander Johnstone -- For our boys and the red, white and blue / words by Samuel C. Peckham, music by Maxwell Goldman -- For surely I will come back to you / words and music by Robert Lloyd -- For the two of us / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Harry Ruby [3 copies] -- For your boy and my boy / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [2 copies] -- Forget me not my American Rose / words and music by Ray Sherwood -- France we have not forgotten you / words by Grant Clarke and Howard E. Rogers, music by Milton Ager [2 copies] -- Freedom for all forever / lyric and music by B.C. Hilliam -- Frenchy koo / words by Billy Baskette, music by Maceo Pinkard [lead sheet] -- Frisco's kitchen stove rag / words by C. Francis Reisner, music by Jimmie Morgan -- Frocks and frills : from the musical "Glorianna" / words by Catherine Chisholm Cushing, music by Rudolf Friml -- From the north, south, east and west / written and composed by Harry Lauder, arr. by Ivan Rudisill -- From o'er the hills of old New Hampshire (I can hear them calling me home) / by Ted Garton and Robert Levenson -- From Valley Forge to France / by Mary Earl -- Funny little something : from the musical "Head over heels" / words by Edgar Allan Woolf, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies].
  • The garden of dreams / [by] Clare Kummer -- Garden of my dreams : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1918" / words by Gene Buck, music by Louis A. Hirsch & Dave Stamper [2 copies] -- The garden of love / words by Gwynne Denni, music by Lucien Denni -- You know me, Al! / words by Wm. A. Halloran Jr., music by Burton Hamilton -- Gay butterfly (Gai papillon) / English words and music by Annie Andros Hawley, French translation by Marie Madeleine Suck -- Gee! But I'm proud of my daddy / by Carl J. Mueller, A.G. Damhorst, Carl R. Zerse -- Gee whitz those eyes : from the revue "Song birds" / lyric by Collin Davis, music by Jos. E. Howard -- General Pershing / lyrics by J.R. Shannon and Ray Sherwood, music by Carl D. Vandersloot [3 copies] -- Germany you'll soon be no man's land / lyric by J.E. Dempsey & Tom Kennedy, music by Joe Burke & Sam Downing -- Get a liberty bond! / by Y.O. Brosseau -- Get behind the girls, behind the boys / words by Anita Day Downing, music donated by Nat Goldstein, arr. by Arthur Fisk -- Get busy over here or over there (Work or fight) / words and music by Edward Laska -- The girl I can't forget : from the musical "The kiss burglar" / words by Glen MacDonough, music by Raymond Hubbell -- The girl I left at home / lyric by L.M. Snare, music by A.A. Sandefur -- Girl of my heart : from the musical "Somebody's sweetheart" / words by Alonzo Price, music by Antonio Baffuno [2 copies] -- Girlie : from the musical "Toot toot" / lyric by Berton Braley, music by Jerome Kern -- Girls of France / by Alfred Bryan, Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby -- Give a little credit to the navy / lyric by Bud De Sylva and Gus Kahn, music by Albert Gumble -- Give my regards to Broadway / words and music by Geo. M. Cohan, war version by A.B. -- Give three cheers for Unc. Sam's soldiers / words and music by Maurice G. Attree -- Go on, mule! / developed by J. Fletcher Bryant and R. Nathaniel Dett -- God be with my wandering boy to night / words by Eddie Dorr & Bob Schafer, music by Lew Porter -- God's liberty flag / words by Harold Emery-Jones, music by Edna Marione -- Good-bye Alexander, good-bye honey-boy / by [Henry] Creamer & [Turner] Layton -- Goodbye America : from "The Great Lakes revue" / lyric and music by James O'Keefe -- Good-bye cabarabian nights / lyric by Raymond Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Good-bye France / by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- Good-bye Germany / words by J. Edwin McConnell and Lincoln McConnell, music by J. Edwin McConnell -- Good-bye girlie (I must leave you) / words and music by Gerald Fitzgerald -- Good-bye Honolulu / arranged by Sonny Cunha -- Good-bye litlte girl for awhile / words by Herbert H. Power, music by Walter H. Curtis -- Goodbye, mother Machree / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Good-bye my girl / words by Paul McAllister, music by Mgaret McKinney -- Good bye, old khaki lid / words by Lee M. Walker, music by Arthur Lamont -- Good bye William good bye / by Addison A. Dart and Edwward Auten Jr. -- The good little things that we do : from the musical "Oh look!" / lyrics by Joseph McCarthry, music by Harry Carroll -- Good luck, Sam : from the musical "Good luck, Sam!" / lyric by Edward Anthony, music by Lou G. Merrill -- A good man is hard to find / by Eddie Green [4 copies] -- Good morning Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip! / written around a Fort Niagara fragment by Robert Lloyd [4 copies] -- A grave in France / words by Nora Moore, music by Rudoph Ganz -- Great Lakes or The boys in navy blue / words and music by John Philip Sousa -- The greatest day the world will ever known / words by Ed Morton and James Dempsey, music by Joe Burke [2 copies] -- The greatest little mother in the world / by Willie Weston, [James] Kendis, [James] Brockman & Nat Vincent -- The greatest present of them all / words by Bernie Grossman, music by Arthur Lange -- Greenwich Village / [from the musical "Oh lady! Lady!"] / lyric by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- Gunner Jim / words by Harold L. Cool, music by Arthur J. Daly -- Gussie (Guthie) / [by] Royal Byron.
  • Hail America, our cry! / words by Charles Keeler, music by Hugo Riesenfeld -- Happiness / words and music by Fred Fischer & Joe Jordan -- Has anybody seen my Corinne? / words by Roger Graham, music by Lukie Johnson [2 copies] -- 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 -- Have courage Illinois / lyrics by E. Swaim, music by L. Daly -- Have you a little widow in your address book : from the musical "Yours truly" / lyrics by Thomas J. Gray, music by Herbert P. Stothart -- Have you seen him in France? (Brother o' mine) / words by Gordon Johnstone, music by Ward - Stephens -- Hawaiian breezes / words by Cyril MacMeekin, music by J.A. MacMeekin -- Head over heels : from the musical "Head over heels" / lyric by Edgar Allan Woolf, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies] -- Heap much salute, not plenty shoot / words & music by Wm. H. Pease -- A heart that aches for you / words by Mrs. M. Nelson, music by Leo Friedman -- Hearts of the world / lyric by Bartley Costello, music by James W. Casey -- Hearts of the world / words and music by Lee Johnson -- Hearts of the world (We are sending our sweethearts to you) / words by Geo. Graff Jr., music by Bert Grant -- Hello Central! Give me no man's land / words by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Jean Schwartz [5 copies] -- Hello Central! Give me no man's land : from the musical "Sinbad" / words by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Jean Schwartz [4 copies] -- Hello! Gen'ral Pershing (How's my daddy tonght?) / by Lew Porter -- Hello, my darling mother / words and music by Barney Goldstein -- Helping to hel-met the Kaiser! / words by C.W. Towne, music by G. Noceti -- Here comes America / words by Ed Rose, music by Jack Glogau [2 copies] -- Here's to our sailors in blue / lyric by Eva Allen Ball, music by Amber G. Lasley -- The hermit / by Everett J. Evans -- He's got those big blue eyes like you daddy mine / by Lew Wilson & Alfred Dubin -- He's had no lovin' for a long long time / words by Wm. Tracey, music by Maceo Pinkard -- He's not like my man / words by Eddie Cox, music by Leon Flatow -- Hike! Hike! Hike! (Along the old turn pike) / by Nat Vincent, arr. by Geo. A. Cragg -- Hindustan / by Oliver G. Wallace and Harold Weeks [9 copies] -- Hold me in your arms again / lyric by Vivian Rowland, music by Jacques Adrian -- Holy yumpin yiminy (How my Yonny can love) / words & music by Bernie Grossman, Ed Morton and Nat Vincent -- Home again to home sweet home / by Charles B. Weston -- Home coming week in France / words and music by Seneca G. Lewis, arrangement by Mary Lewis -- Home for Thanksgiving Day / words by C.M. McConnell, music by James A. Brennan -- Honeymoon blues / words and music by Lloyd Garrett -- Honeysuckle Inn : from the musical "Blue eyes" / by Geo. V. Hobart, Edward Paulton and Silvio Hein -- Honour and love : from the opera "Monsieur Beaucaire" / words by Adrian Ross, music by André Messager -- Hooray for the girls : from the revue "Hooray for the girls" / words by Annelu Burns, music by Madelyn Sheppard -- How can you tell : from the "Demi-tasse revue" / lyric by Ned Wayburn, music by Harold Orlob -- How the wedding bells will ring (When the boys come marching home) / words by Al Wislon, music by Ted Fiorito [2 copies] -- How'd you like to be my daddy / words by Joe Young & Sam M. Lewis, music by Ted Snyder [2 copies] -- Howdy! / Ted said the words, Josh, jingled the tune -- Huckleberry pie / words by Bert Hanlon, music by Con Conrad -- The hunting honeymoon : from the musical "The canary" / words by Anne Caldwell, music by Ivan Caryll [2 copies] -- Hunting the Hun / words by Howard E. Rogers, music by Archie Gottler -- Hurrah! for the liberty boys, hurrah! / words and music by E.T. Paull -- Hurray U.S.A. / words and music by G. Hoag Wilson -- The hut of the K. of C. / words and music by Frank Goodman & Arthur & Laurance Franklin.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 72
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 72.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1918.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 72
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