American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 64.
- American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 64.
- [various places] : [various publishers], ©1916.
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- 1 reel of microfilm; 35 mm.
- Primarily sheet music for voice with piano accompaniment.
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- Original scores in New York Public Library Music Division.
- Microfilmed by Archival Micrographics, Midland Park, N.J., 1986.
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- Make a little heaven in your heart / by William H. Perrins -- Making of a girl : from "The passing show of 1916" / lyrics by Harold Atteridge, music by Sigmund Romberga nd George Gershwin -- Mammy / lyric by Lester A. Walton, music by Will Marion Cook -- Mammy's little Carolina coons / words by R.C. Young, music by E.S.S. Huntington -- Mammy's little coal black rose / words by Raymond Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting [9 copies] -- Magnolia blooms / words by Joquin Miller, music by Charles Wakefield Cadman -- Married life : from "You're in love" / lyrics by Otto Hauerbach, music by Rudolf Friml -- Mayb then sweetheart / lyric by Harry Jones and Glenn C. Leap, music by Glenn C. Leap -- Meet me in Havana, Anna : from "The masked model" / lyric by Harry L. Cort, music by Hugo Frey -- Memories of you in dear Hawaii (Aloha to you) / words & music by J.A. MacMeekin -- Michael on his motorcycle / words and music by Howard Johnson and Joe McCarthy -- Mighty lonesome for somebody / words by Bernard Grossman, music by Leon De Costa -- Miss Samantha Johnson's wedding day / words and music by Tony Jackson and Jack Frost -- M-I-S-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I / lyric by Bert Hanlon and Benny Ryan, melody by Harry Tierney [4 copies] -- Mississippi / words by Perrin Holmes Lowrey, music by Bonita P. Pool Crowe -- Mississippi days / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Al Piantadosi -- Mister Tosti, why did you write good-bye? / lyric & music by Jean C. Havez -- Mistletoe / [words by] Walter de la Mare, [music by] Bainbridge Crist -- Mon dèsir : from "Pom pom" / lyric by Anne Caldwell, music by Hugo Felix -- Molly McGee / words and music by Charles B. Weston -- Molly me own : from "Molly me own" / words by Eileen Lee, music by Bryan Lee -- Molly mine : from "His heart's desire" / lyric by Fiske O'Hara, music by George H. Gartlan -- Mon soldat (My soldier lad) / paroles de R. Brisson, English version by Clarence Lucas, musique de Louis Payette [2 copies] -- The moonlight waltz / poem by Virginia Knight Logan, music by Frederic Knight Logan [3 copies] -- Moonshine Sally / words by Joe McCarthy and Howard Johnson, music by Joe Santly -- Moonshine Valley / words by Joe McCarthy, music by Fred Fisher [2 copies] -- The more I love my dog (Dog song) : from "Canary cottage" / words and music by Earl Carroll -- Morning, noon and night / words by Billy Johnson, music by James White -- Mother : from "Her soldier boy" / lyrics by Rida Johnson Young, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Mother's good night song / words and music by H.C. Weasner -- Mothers old time lullaby (founded on the melody of the famous After glow) / lyric by J.R. Shannon, music by Harry J. Lincoln -- Movie man / [words by] Edgar L. Kaula, [music by] Earl P. Collins -- The moving picture hero of my heart / words by Roger Lewis, music by Ernie Erdman -- Moysha Machree (They're proud of thei Irisher Yiddisher boy) / by James Kendis -- Mr. Patrick Henry must have been a married man : from "So long Letty" / lyrics and music by Earl Carroll -- My American beauty girl (Melting pot) : from "Ziegfeld midnight frolic" / words by Gene Buck, music by Dave Stamper -- My Argentina queen / lyric by Don Rockwell, music by Jessie Fetrow -- My castle in Spain : from "So long Letty" / lyrics and music by Earl Carroll -- My castle in the air : from "Miss Springtime" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies] -- My country I hear you calling me / words by Bernie Grossman, music by Dave Dreyer -- My dear old Ohio home / words and music by J.L. Rose, arrangement by James H. Whelpley -- My dreamy China lady / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- My flower of Italy / words by W.E. Maynard, music by J.H. Whelpley -- My flower of Waikiki / words and music by Sydney K. Russell [2 copies] -- My four leaf shamrock from Killarney / words and music by Lee Johnson -- Just tell them all that you're my girl / words and music by Matthew Ott -- My girl in Idaho / words by Glady G. Dennis, music by Harry H. Williams -- My golden dream / words and music by Lew J. Novy and Otto A. Novy -- My grandfather's girl / words & music by Will A. Dillon -- My Hawaiian sunshine / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Carey Morgan [6 copies] -- My heart is the garden and you are my beautiful rose / lyric by Joe McCarthy, music by Fred Fischer -- My Honey Lu / words by Jack Frost, music by Paul Biese and F. Henri Klickmann -- My Honolulu Lulu / words by Arthur F. Holt, music by William T. Pierson -- My Honolulu ukulele baby / words by Gerald N. Johnson, music by Henry Kailimai -- My hula hula girl : from "The grand mogul" / lyric by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- My hula hula Lou / words and music by Buster Santos -- My kandy girl in old Ceylon / lyric by Don Rockwell, music by Harold Weeks -- My little fox trot girl : from "The million dollar doll" / by Herman Hupfeld and Louis Weslyn -- My little girl / words by Sam M. Lewis and Will Dillon, music by Albert Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- My little rambling rose / written and composed by Harold Freeman [2 copies] -- My lonely Lola Lo (in Hawaii) / by Stanley Murphy, Arthhur Lange & Alfred Solman -- My lost love / words by Jos. Fey, music by L.H. Mentel -- My old fashioned sweet heart Sue / words by Gladys G. Dennis, music by Harry H. Williams -- My old gal / words by Bartley Costello, music by Robert A. Keiser [2 copies]] -- My old Rose / words by Leo Wood and Geo. Macfarlane, music by Theodore Morse [2 copies] -- My own Iona (Moi one Ionae) / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Anatol Friedland and Carey Morgan -- My pearl of Honolulu (Hula boola) / words by Sidney Carter, music by Cyrille Lamar -- My phantom girl / lyric by Jack Frost, music by Paul Biese and F. Henri Klickmann -- My Rose of Erin's isle / words by Bartley Costello, music by James Kendis -- My skating girl : from "The big show" / words by John L. Golden, music by Raymond Hubbell [2 copies] -- My Yiddish matinee girl / by Addison Burkhardt -- My springtime thou art! : from "Blossom time" / lyric by Dorothy Donnelly, music adapted from melodies of Franz Schubert and Heinrich Berté by Sigmund Romberg [2 copies] -- My sweet dream and you / words & music by Byron Gay -- My sweet Erin Rose / words by Frank Davis & Louis Johnson, music by Max Friedman -- My sweetheart from old Donegal / words and music by George Boyden -- My ukulele girl (My ukalala girl) / words and music by Herbert E. Graham -- My Waikiki ukulele girl / words by Jesse G.M. Glick, music by Chris Smith -- My wonderful love for thee / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball.
- Napoleon : from "Have a heart" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- Nat'an (Nathan) For what are you waitin' Nat'an?) / words and music by James Kendis [3 copies] -- Nashville (Come on to Nashville Tennessee) / words and music by Walter Donaldson -- Nay, nay, Pauline / words by Will J. Hart, music by Raymond Walker -- Nebber min', mah honey / [words by] Frederick H. Martens, [music by] Franklin Riker -- Nellyfants / lyric by Harry A. Melvin, music by Silvio Hein -- Naughty moon / by E. Magnus Quist -- Naughty! Naughty! Naughty! : from "Show of wonders" / words by Joe Goodwin and Wm. Tracey, music by Nat Vincent -- Never let the same bee sting you twice / words and music by Cecil Mack & Chris Smith -- Nigger blues / words & music by Leroy (Lasses) White -- No one but your dear old dad / lyric by Stanley Murphy, music by Henry I. Marshall -- No other love is like a mother's love / words by Frank S. Colburn, music by Robert McCoy -- Nobody else but you / words by Jimmy Hollis, music by Arthur Lange [2 copies] -- No man's land : from "Heart o' th' heather" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Nodding roses : from "Very good Eddie" / words by Schuyler Greene and Herbert Reynolds, music by Jerome Kern [3 copies] -- Not so very far from Zanzibar / words by Ed Rose & Joe McCarthy, music by Abe Olman [3 copies].
- Oh! Daddy come home! / words by Tom Helmick, music by Vince Rose -- Oh! God! Let my dream come true! / words by Blanche Merrill, music by Al Piantadosi -- Oh! How I want you / lyric by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Clarence M. Jones -- Oh! How she could yacki hacki wicki wacki woo (That's love in Honolulu) / words by Stanley Murphy and Chas. McCarron, music by Albert Von Tilzer [3 copies] -- Oh I want to be good but my eyes won't let me : from "Follow me!" / lyric by Anna Held and Alfred Bryan, music by Harry Tierney -- Oh Joe with your fiddle and bow (You stole my heart away) / words by William Tracey, music by Walter Donaldson -- Oh! Promise me that you'll come back to Alabam' / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- O sole mio! (My bright sun) / [by] Eduardo Di Capua, revised and edited by Harold Potter -- Oh! Those blues! (Lazy blues, crazy blues!) / lyric by Isadore Murphy, music by Paul Biese & F. Henri Klickmann -- Oh! You gray haired kid : from "Ziegfeld midnight frolic" / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Harry Tierney -- Oh you haunting waltz (Sphinx) / words by Thomas Edgelow, music by Francis Popy [2 copies] -- O'Brien is tryin' to learn to talk Hawaiian / words by Al Dubin, music by Rennie Cormack [3 copies] -- The ocean of dreams : from "The road to Mandalay" / lyric by William McKenna, music by Oreste Vessella -- Oft-times / words by Ida M. Vandersloot, music by Harry J. Lincoln -- Ola my sweet Hawaiian love / words and music by Charles B. Weston -- Old Bill Baker : from "Very good Eddie" / words by Ring Lardner, music by Jerome Kern -- Old boy neutral : from "Very good Eddie" / words by Schuyler Greene, music by Jerome Kern -- Old man Methuselah : from "Canary cottage" / words and music by Earl Carroll -- On a dreamy summer's night / words by Chas. E. Casey and Monroe H. Rosenfeld, music by Maud Murray -- On a mountain trail in old Virginia / words by George Mack, music by Bob Allan [2 copies] -- On an island surrounded by girls / words by Jeff Branen, music by Arthur Lange -- On Lake Champlain / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Albert Gumble [3 copies] -- On the Hoko Moko isle / words by Lou Klein, music by Harry Von Tilzer [4 copies] -- On the old back seat of the Henry Ford / words by Will A. Dillon, music by Lawrence Dillon -- On the Old Dominion line : from the "Friars' frolic of 1916" / lyric by Jean C. Havez, music by George Botsford -- On the road to happiness / words by Alex Gerber, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- On the shimmering glimmering Nile : from "The kiss burglar" / words by Glen MacDonough, music by Raymond Hubbell -- On the shore of Samoa / lyric by Stanley Murphy, music by Harry Puck -- On the south sea isle / words and music by Harry Von Tilzer [5 copies] -- On to the end with you / lyric by George Grafff Jr., music by Jack Glogau -- One, two, three, four / words by S. Kalama, music by Jack Alau -- Only a dad but the best of men / by William H. Perrins -- On the shore at Le Lei Wi : from "Very good Eddie" / words by Herbert Reynolds, music by Henry Kailimai and Jerome Kern -- Other eyes : from"Good gracious Annabelle" / by Clare Kummer [2 copies] -- Our American heroes / words and music by C.M. Schneider -- Our old schoolhouse red / words by Evastine Lust, music by S. Kooyman -- Our paradise (here and now) / words by Karl Fuhrmann, music by Neil Morèt -- Out of his heart he builds a home : from "The cinderella man" / lyric by Edward Childs Carpenter, music by Victor Herbert -- Out of the cradle (Into my heart) / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland.
- The Paauau waltz / words by John U. Iosepa, music by Charles E. King -- Pajama girlies : from "Show of wonders" / lyrics by Harold Atteridge, music by Otto Motzan -- Pale yellow moon / lyric by Fleta Jan Brown, music by Herbert Spencer -- Paradise blues (Oh! Pretty papa! Oh! Pretty papa!) / lyric by Walter Hirsch, music by Spencer Williams -- The Parisienjne walk / lyric by Nat Vincent, music by Herman Paley -- Pass around the apples again : from "So long Letty" / lyrics and music by Earl Carroll -- The passing off the grand army / by Charles H. Miller -- Peace song : from the motion picture "Civilization" / lyric by Thos. H. Ince, music by Victor L. Schertzinger [3 copies] -- Peggy Malone / words by Joe Goodwin, music by Al Piantadosi -- Pickin' 'em up and layin' 'em down : from "Broadway and buttermilk" / lyrics by Schuyler Greene, music by Charles N. Grant -- A picture of dear old Ireland / lyric by Bartley Costello, melody by Jack Glogau -- The picture the world loves best / words by Beth Slater Whitson, music by Betty Bellin and Will L. Livernash [2 copies] -- Pierrot and Pierrette / lyric by Jean Lenox and Ray Sterling, music by Leo Edwards -- Pining just for you / by William Bernard -- Play me a ukulele : from "So long Letty" / lyrics and music by Earl Carroll -- Polly believed in preparedness : from "Have a heart" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- Poor butterfly : from "The big show" / words by John L. Golden, music by Raymond Hubbell [10 copies] -- The port of God knows where / lyric by Leo Wood, music by Harry De Costa -- Pray for the lights to go out / words by Renton Tunnah, music by Will E. Skidmore [4 copies] -- Prepare the eagle to protect the dove (That's the battle cry of peace) / words by Harry T. Bunce, music by Will Donaldson -- Pretty baby / words by Gus Kahn, music by Tony Jackson & Egbert Van Alstyne  -- Pretty baby : from "The passing show of 1916" / words by Gus Kahn, music by Tony Jackson & Egbert Van Alstyne  -- Pretty baby : from "A world of pleasure" / words by Gus Kahn, music by Tony Jackson & Egbert Van Alstyne -- Pretty please / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Pride of my heart / words and music by Jimmie N. Hall -- Papers! Papers! : from "Princess Tra-la-la" / words by Matthew Woodward, music by Edmund Eysler -- The pump song / by Sammy Lerner, Buddy Fields and Richard A. Whiting [2 copies] -- Pussyfoot prance / lyric by Jack Frost, music by Slap White -- Put your slippers and fill up your pipe (You're not going bye-bye tonight) / words by Ed P. Moran and Will A. Heelan, music by Albert Von Tilzer [3 copies] -- Put your arms around me Lindy Lou / words by Addison Burkhardt, music by Al Piantadosi -- Queen of my dreams / words by Louis Zuber, music by Otto Gustafsen -- Queen of the land of snow : from "The big show" / words by John L. Golden, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Question and answer / lyric by Arthur Stanley, music by S. Coleridge-Taylor.
- The rest goes home to my wife : from "Betty" / lyric by Jean Havez, music by Louis Silvers -- The road that lies before : from "Have a heart" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies] -- The road to Mandalay : from "The road to Mandalay" / lyric by Jack Appleton, music by Oreste Vessella -- Robbers' march : from "Chu Chin Chow" / [lyrics by Oscar Asche], music by Frederic Norton, arranged for piano solo by Percy E. Fletcher [3 copies] -- Robinson Crusoe : from "Robinson Crusoe Jr." / lyrics by Harold Atteridge, music by Sigmund Romberg and James F. Hanley [2 copies] -- Rocked in the cradle of liberty / by Richard Howard -- Roll along silv'ry moon to Slumberland / words by Eli Dawson, music by Abe Olman -- Rolling stones (all come roling home again) / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Archie Gottler [2 copies] -- Romance (Gan Eden blum) : from "Zubrochene fiedele" / words by Boris Thomashefsky, music by J.M. Rumshisky -- The romping red heads : from "The century girl" / words by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert -- Rose dreams / poem by J.R. Shannon, music by A.J. Stasny -- Rose leaves / words by Robert F. Roden, music by Harry Appel -- Roses and thorns / words by H.H. Schultz, music by J. Edwin Allemong -- Roses I picked for you, daddy / words by Lester Jerome, music by Louis Victor Saar -- Roses of beautiful memories / words by George B. Pitman, music by George B. Pitman and Frederic G. Chiswell -- Roses of Picardy / words by Fred E. Weatherly, music by Haydn Wood [6 copies] -- Roses say remember / lyric by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Frederick V. Bowers -- Rosy O'Grady / lyric by Howard V. Sutherland, music by Lola Carrier Worrell [2 copies] -- Rotary (In the Ro-ta-ry) (In the Rotary) / words & music by Harry Lauder -- Royal Arab (A dreamer's dream) / words by George A. Little, music by Arthur N. Green.
- Sadie love : from "Sadie love" and "So long Letty" / words & music by Earl Carroll -- Sail on to Ceylon / lyric by Edward Madden, music by Herman Paley -- Salomy Jane / words by Carlton Russell Foster, music by Helen Scott Barnes -- San Diego, California (The gem of the U.S.A.) / composed by Bert H. Carlson -- Santa Rosa (She's teh sweetest flower that grows) / words by Jeff Branen, music by Arthur Lange -- Saturday night : from "Miss Springtime" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- Save our zoo / words & music by Joe Howard, arranged by Theodore R.C. Menge -- The sea gull / words by Robert F. Roden, music by H.W. Petrie -- The sea makes a man a man / words by Arian Ross, music by Fred J. Blackman -- See Dixie first / words by Jack Mahoney, music by George L. Cobb -- Seed those Mississippi steamboats on parade / lyric by Joe Kelsey, music by Charley Straight -- Shades of night / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Anatol Friedland and Malvin Franklin [8 copies] -- She comes from a quaint little farm in Pennsylvania / lyric by Will J. Hart, music by Billy Vanderveer -- She gets md all fussed up / words by Lew Brown, musi by James F. Hanley -- She is the sunshine of Virginia / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry Carroll [4 copies] -- She's Dixie all the time / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Harry Tierney -- Shouther to shouther / written by J. Wilson and Harry Lauder -- Sierra Sue / words and music by Joseph B. Carey [8 copies] -- Silver Bay / words & music by Percy Wenrich -- Since I heard my pal sing My gal Sal / words by Alexander Dubin, music by Marion Raybold -- Since Maggie Dooley learned the hooley hooley / words by Edgar Leslie and Bert Kalmar, music by Geo. W. Meyer [2 copies] -- Since Mary Ann McCue camed back from Honolu / words and music by Harrry Von Tilzer -- Since Sarah saw Theda Bara / words by Alex Gerber, music by Harry Jentes -- Since you called med dearie / words by W.R. Williams, music by Hampton Durand -- Sing me that song again / words and music by Anita Owen.
- Call Number
- *ZB-768 reel 64
- American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 64.
- [various places] : [various publishers], ©1916.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-768 reel 64