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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 65.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 65.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1916.

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reel 65 [1916 Sister-1916 Yankee]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 65 reel 65 [1916 Sister-1916 Yankee]Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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Description
1 reel of microfilm; 35 mm.
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Note
  • 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.
Reproduction (note)
  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • Sister / words and music by J.S. Pickens -- Slavery : from "Her soldier boy" / words and music by Clifton Crawford -- Sleep my darling : from "Oh! So happy" / lyric by Roland Oliver, music by H.B. Olson -- Smile on me / words by Jean Lenox, music by Harry O. Sutton -- Snow bird / lyric by Theodore B. White, melodies by Clair Van Lynden -- Soldiers boys off Uncle Sam / words & music by Hiram R. Lurvey -- Some girls do, and some girls don't / by Howard Johnson, Alex Gerber and Harry Jentes [9 copies] -- Somebody's waiting for you / words by Vincent Bryan, music by Al Gumble -- Some day you'll want me (and I won't want you) : from "Pretty baby" / [by] Irwin P. Leclere -- Sometime : from "Betty" / lyric by William Jerome, melody by Harry Tierney -- Sometimes you get a good one and sometimes you don't / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Somewhere / words and music by Chas. K. Harris [2 copies] -- Somewhere in France / words and music by Charles Henry Quinn and James C. Quinn, arranged by Homer Tourjée -- Somewhere on the Rio Grande / words and music by Byron Gay -- Somewhere there are thousand broken hearts (Somewhere there's a thousand broken hearts) / lyric by A. Rossi, music by T. Acciani [2 copies] -- Somewhere there's a little cottage standing / lyric by Marion Sunshine, music by Henry I. Marshall -- Evelyn : from "Pom pom" / lyric by Anne Caldwell, music by Hugo Felix [2 copies] -- A song for peace through preparedness for defence / words and music by Jas. A. Dillon -- The song of California / words by F.H. Rogers, music by Carl E. Angeloty -- Songs of yesterday / words and music by Chas. K. Harris -- Sorter miss you / lyric and music by Clay Smith [4 copies] -- Stop! Look! Listen! : from "Stop, look, listen" / by Irving Berlin -- The stormy sea of love / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry Carroll -- The story of a soul / words by Leo Woods, music by Chas. K. Harris -- A story of every-day life / words by Howard Johnson, music by Fred Fischer [lead sheet] -- Storyland / words by Elwood Wolf, music by Earl Burtnett -- The streets of New York : from "The red mill" / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert -- Summer nights (That's the time to love 'em) / words by Will J. Hart, music by Lew Hays -- Sunshine (For I love her the best of all) / by J. Edwin Allemong -- Suzanne / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry Carroll -- Sweet Babette she always did the minuet / words by Andrew B. Sterling and Ed Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Sweeet brown maid of Maimuki / words by Kealohapomaikai, music by Henry Kailimai [2 copies] -- Sweet cider time when you were mine / words by Joe McCarthy, music by Percy Wenrich [14 copies] -- Sweet Genevieve / words by Geo. Cooper, music by Henry Tucker, revised by Henry S. Sawyer -- Sweet Honolulu maid who waits for me / by E.A. Middleton & Billy Smythe -- Sweet little Peggy O'Shea / by William J. McKenna -- The sweet loving kiss of a sweeet loving miss brings paradise to me / words & music by J. Ross Miller -- Sweet Rose O'Mally / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Leslie Stuart -- The sweetest melody of all / words by Grant Clarke, music by Jimmie V. Monaco -- Sweetheart / words by Lettie Gould, music by Jerome Heller [2 copies] -- Sweetheart : from "Cousin Lucy" / lyric by Edward Madden, music by Percy Wenrich -- Sweethearts / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Egbert Van Alstyne.
  • Take me to my Alabam' (Come back, they're calling you) / words by Will A. Dillon, music by Harry Tobias -- Take me out on the ocean of love / by Louis Herscher -- Teach me how to love : from "Stop, look, listen" / by Irving Berlin -- A tear, a kiss, a smile / words by Darl MacBoyle, music by Otto Motzan -- Tell it today / words by C.H.G. Jr., music by Chas. H. Gabriel Jr. -- That girl of mine / by Will A. Dillon, Harry Tobias and Arthur Lange [3 copies] -- That midnight frolic of mien / lyric by A. Seymour Brown, music by Albert Gumble -- That old family album at home / words by Frank Davis, music by Max Friedman [2 copies] -- That old New England town / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Milton Ager -- That syncopated harp : from "Canary cottage" / words and music by Earl Carroll -- That ukulele band / words by Harry Edelheit & Sammy Smith, music by Billy Vanderveer -- That was thirty years ago / words by Harry Bewley, music by Bert Fulton -- I can't forget the Thousand isles and you (That wonderful night in the Thousand Isles) / by Harold Freeman -- That's the meaning of Uncle Sam / words by Frank Davis, music by Win Brookhouse -- That's the time to send for me / verses by Raymond A. Browne, music by W.C. Powell -- That's what you mean to me / words by George Graff Jr., music by George H. Gartlan -- Then I'll come back to you / words by Robert Roden, music by P[eter] De Rose & Ivan Reid [2 copies] -- Then you're dancing an American rag / words by Mort Green, music by Bob Ward -- There is always one you can't forget : from "The amber empress" / lyric by Robert B. Smith and Marcus C. Connelly, music by Zoel Parenteau -- There's a Burmah girl a-calling (In Burmah by the sea) / words by Harry Flanagan, music by Earl Burtnett -- There's a dear spot in Ireland (where I long to be) / words by J. Brandon Walsh & Tell Taylor, music by Ernie Erdman -- There's a garden in old Italy (Flower of Italy) / lyric by Joe McCarthy, music by Jack Glogau [2 copies] -- There's a girl in this world for each lonely boy / words and music by Jack Frost -- There's just a little bit of moneky (still left in you and me) : from the musical "Follow me" / words by Grant Clarke, music by Jimmie V. Monaco -- There's a little bit of bad in every good little girl / lyric by Grant Clarke, music by Fred Fisher [12 copies] -- There's a little bit of Irish in Sadie Cohn / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Jack Stern -- There's a little bit fo Scotch in Mary / words by Garfield Kilgour, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- There's a Quaker down in Quaker Town / words by David Berg, music by Alfred Solman [5 copies] -- There's a rainbow in America : from "So long Letty" / lyrics and music by Earl Carroll -- There's a star in the east / words by Roger Lewis, music by Ernie Erdman -- There's a wise old moon that shines in Loveland (and he knows the old love game) / words and music by Geo. W. Meyer -- There's only one little girl / words & music by Geo. M. Cohan -- There's someone more lonesome than you / words by Lou Klein, music by Harry Von Tilzer [4 copies] -- They all look alike : from "Have a heart" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- They call it old Ireland (That dear little, green little isle, 'cross the sea) / by William H. Perrins -- They made it twice as nice as paradise and they called it Dixieland / lyric by Raymond Ega, music by Richard A. Whiting [6 copies] -- They're wearing 'em higher in Hawaii / words by Joe Goodwin, music by Halsey K. Mohr [3 copies] -- Think of me / words by Carl Spiro, music by Herman Klein -- This great big w2orld owes me a loving and I'm goin' to get my loving too / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Tho' I'm not the first to call you sweetheart please let me be the last / words by Bernie Grossman, music by Arthur Lange -- Those good old days back home / words by Joe McCarthy, music by Jimmie V. Monaco [5 copies] -- Those Hawaiian melodies / words by Alex Gerber, music by Arthur Lange [2 copies] -- Those sighin' Hawaiian blues / words by Frank Goodman, music by Geo. F. Rubin -- Thoughs of memories / lyric by William F. Seiboth, music by Eugene Platzmann -- Through these wonderful glasses of mine / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Tonight in Dreamland / lyric by Al. J. Palmer, music by Frederick E. Hughes -- The trail to the Sunset Valley / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Lewis F. Muir -- Turn back the universe and give me yesterday / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball [5 copies] -- Turn to the right / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Milton Ager -- Twas only an Irishman's dream / lyric by John J. O'Brien & Al Dubin, music by Rennie Cormack [5 copies] -- Twas only an Irishman's dream : from the musical "Broadway and buttermilk" / lyric by John J. O'Brien & Al Dubin, music by Rennie Cormack [3 copies].
  • U.S.A. / words and music by Kate Baldwin -- Uncle Sammy's Army / words by M.H. Morse, music by H.M. Dolph -- Under Dixie Skies / words and music by Edward Rosenbaum, Jr. -- Underneath The Dixie Moon / words and music by Billy Vanderveer -- Underneath The Tennessee Moon / words by Harry Williams, music by Charles N. Daniels -- Unrequited Love : from the operetta "Yokohama Maid" / words and music by Arthur A. Penn -- Virginia From Virginia / words by David S. Jacobs, music by David S. Jacobs and Charles Roy Cox -- Voice Of Love, The : from the operetta "The Masked Model" / words by Robert B. Smith, music by Carl Woess.
  • Wait Till The Cows Come Home / words by Anne Caldwell, music by Ivan Caryll -- Waiting At The Old Church Door / words and music by Tony Jackson -- Wake Up, America! / words by George Graff, Jr., music by Jack Glogau -- Walkin' The Dog / words and music by Shelton Brooks -- Walkin' The Dog Fox-Trot / words and music by Shelton Brooks and Guy Shrigley -- Wandering Blues / words and music by Eurnique Smith -- Wanting You / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Frederick V. Bowers -- War Babies / words by Ballard MacDonald and Edward Madden, music by James F. Hanley -- War Brides / words and music by John C. Calhoun -- Watermelon Moon / words and music by Harold G. Frost -- Way Back Home / words and music by Thomas S. Allen -- Way Down In Borneo-O-O-O / words by John H. Flynn, music by Al Piantadosi -- Way Down In Iowa / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by George W. Meyer -- We Don't Know Why We Love : from the operetta "Alone At Last" / words by Darl MacBoyle, music by Gaetano Merola -- We Will Always Stand Up And Fight / words by Joseph Affront, music by Bert V. Peters -- Weary Blues, The / words and music by H. Alf Kelly -- Welcome Honey To Your Old Plantation Home / words by Jack Yellen, music by Albert Gumble -- We'll All Go Home The Same Way / words and music by Harry Lauder -- We'll Be Alone At Last : from the musical "The Cohan Revue 1916" / words and music by George M. Cohan -- We'll Put Another Star In The Star Spangled Banner / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by James G. Ellis -- We'll See : from the musical "Love O' Mike" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Jerome Kern -- We'll Stand By Our Country / words by R.H. Burnside and John L. Golden, music by Raymond Hubbell -- We're All For Uncle Sam / words by James Wells, music by Walter J. Pond -- We're In Love With The Same Sweet Girl / words and music by Halsey K. Mohr -- We're Too Old To Go To You / words by William A. Wilander, music by Harry DeCosta -- What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For? : from the film "Nob Hill" / words and music by Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson and Jimmy V. Monaco -- What I Owe You / words by Joe Goodwin, music by Halsey K. Mohr -- What Will The Poor Girls Do / words and music by Ben Westland -- What's A Fellow Goin' To Do / words and music by Harold Weeks -- What's The Matter With You? / words and music by Clifton Crawford -- What's The Use Of Being Lonesome? : from the musical "You're In Love" / words by Otto Hauerbach and Edward Clark, music by Rudolf Friml -- What's The U.S.? Use? / words by An American Girl, music by Everett J. Evans -- When Are You Coming To Dixie / words by Frank Davis, music by Will Brookhouse -- When Evening Shadows Fall / words by Jeff Branen, music by William Polla -- When Grandma Sings The Songs She Loved At The End Of A Perfect Day / words by Bartley Costello, music by Robert A. Keiser -- When I Bid The World Good-Bye / words and music by W.R. Williams and Carter N. Stahl -- When I Come Back To You / words by Edward Lockton, music by Eileen Summers -- When I Dream In Dreamland / words by Milton Weil, music by Leo Friedman -- When I Fell In Love With You / words by Edward P. Moran and Andrew B. Sterling, music by Otto M. Heinzman -- When I Found The Way To Your Heart / words by Louis Weslyn, music by Fred W. Vanderpool -- When I Get Back To Georgia And You / words and music by Max Clay -- When I Get Back To Kentucky And You / words and music by Rubey Cowan -- When I Get Back To Memphis Tennessee / words by C.E. Hochberg, music by Leo Halpern -- When I Hear That "Jaz" Band Play / words by Jerry Joyce, music by Eddie Gray -- When I Look Back And Think Of You / words and music by Richard Howard -- When I Said Good-Bye To You / words and music by Herbert S. Frank -- When I Went To School With You / words and music by Bob Yosco -- When I'm Out With You : from the musical "Stop! Look! Listen!" / words and music by Irving Berlin -- When It's Carnival Time In Reubenville / words and music by Louis Weslyn -- When It's Rose Time In Old Virginia / words and music by Tell Taylor and Ray W. Fay -- When It's Summer Time Down By The Sea / words and music by Louis Herscher -- When Love Comes Knocking At The Door : from the musical "The Blue Moon" / words by Maud Shields, music by Evelyn Baker -- When Shadows Fall / words by Harold G. Frost, music by E. Clinton Keithley -- When Silver Threads Are Gold Again / words by Eben E. Rexford, music by H.P. Danks -- When The Black Sheep Returns To The Fold / words and music by Irving Berlin -- When The Boys Come Marching Home / words by Jamie Kelly, music by William Cahill -- When The Day Is Done / words by Leo Woods, music by Ben Jansen -- When The Harvest Time Is Over / words and music by Tell Taylor -- When The Lights Are Low : from the musical "Ziegfeld Follies 1916" / words by Gene Buck, music by Jerome Kern -- When The Major Plays Those Miner Melodies / words and music by William A. Wilander and Harry DeCosta -- When The Mission Bells Were Ringing Down In Burma By The Sea / words by Al Dubin and George B. McConnell, music by Gustav Benkhart -- When The Moon Shines Down In Old Alaska / words by Jack Frost, music by E. Clinton Keithley -- When The Oriole Is Singing, Marjorie / words by Rene Bronner, music by H.W. Petrie -- When The Rest Of The World Don't Want You / words by Al Dubin, music by George B. McConnell -- When The Roses Bloom In Loveland / words and music by Curtis Gover -- When The Southern Moon Is Swinging Low / words and music by Tell Taylor and Ray W. Fay -- When The Sun Goes Down In Romany / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Bert Grant -- When The Sun Goes Down In Switzerland / words and music by George McConnell and Jimmie McHugh -- When The World Has Peace Again / words and music by Albert E. MacNutt -- When They Go Through A Tunnel / words by Henry Lewis and Bert Kalmar, music by Archie Gottler -- When Tomorrow Brings A Thought Of Yesterday / words and music by Phil Staats -- When Uncle Sammy Calls His Boys / words and music by Joseph M. Stearns and Harry P. Crist -- When Verdi Plays The Hurdy Gurdy / words by Charles McCarron, music by Walter Donaldson -- When We're All Alone In Our Bungalow : from the musical "A Regular Girl" / words by William Cary Duncan, music by Charles J. Hambitzer -- When You Can't Forget The Girlie Who's Forgotten You / words and music by Edgar Allen -- When You Deam Of Old New Hampshire, I Dream Of Tennessee / words by Jack Mahoney, music by George L. Cobb -- When You Drop Off At Cairo, Illinois : from the musical "Step This Way" / words by E. Ray Goetz and Cliff Hess, music by Cliff Hess -- When You Find You Can't Forget / words by Darl MacBoyle, music by Leon DeCosta -- When You Hear Jackson Moan On His Saxophone : from the musical "So Long Letty" / words and music by Earl Carroll -- When You Kiss Your Dear Mother Good-Bye / words by John J. Winslow, music by Charles H. Roth -- When Your Boy Comes Back To You / words and music by Gordon V. Thompson -- When Your Home, Your Home Is Happy / words and music by Joseph A. Thompson -- When You're Five Times Sweet Sixteen / words by Jack Mahoney, music by George L. Cobb -- When You're Somewhere With Someone You Love / words by Ernest B. Orne, music by Howard T. Googins -- Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go With Friday On Saturday Night? / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by George W. Meyer -- Where Is My Mama / words by Charles Coleman, music by T. Jay Flanagan -- Where Rolls The Oregon / words by Darl MacBoyle, music by Leon DeCosta -- Where The Roses Swan / words by Herman Kahn, music by Leo Friedman -- Where The Shamrock Grows / words by J. Brandon Walsh, music by Egbert VanAlstyne -- Whether Friend Or Foe They're Brothers / words and music by Darl MacBoyle and S. Roughsedge -- While The City Sleeps / words by William A. Downs, music by Jack Denny -- Who Cares : from the musical "Love O' Mike" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Jerome Kern -- Whole World Comes From Dixie, The / words by Ballard MacDonald, music by James F. Hanley -- Whole World Loves A Lover, The / words by Dave Radford, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Whose Little Heart Are You Breaking Now? / words and music by Irving Berlin -- Whose Pretty Baby Are You Now / words by Gus Kahn, music by Egbert VanAlstyne -- Why Did You Go Away? / words by Sam Landres, music by Will Carroll -- Why Did You Teach Me To Love You / words by Francis M. Woblan, music by Sam Aaronson -- Why Do They Make Girls Like You? / words by Joe Goodwin, music by Al Piantados -- Why Do We Hold Back The Smiles Dear? / words and music by E. M. Moffatt -- Why Don't You Take One, Little Boy? / words and music by William R. Anderson -- Why I Linger At The Rocky Mountains' Feet / words by Thomas Brower Peacock, music by A.S. Lohmann -- Why Not Be The Same To Mother Dear / words and music by Eugene R. Kenney -- Why Should I Give My Heart To You / words by Frank Davis, music by Win Brookhouse -- Will You Wait Little Girl For Me? / words and music by Max Clay -- Wilson Has A Winnin' Way / words by C.R. Foster, music by I.A. Foster -- Winter Garden Glide / words and music by Henry J. Volz -- With His Hands In His Pockets And His Pockets In His Pants / words by Jeff Morgan, music by Harry VonTilzer -- Wonderful Land Of Love / words by Joe Goodwin, music by Nat Osborne -- Won't You Let Me Be Your Chum / words and music by Robert P. Skilling -- Workers Of The World Awaken / words and music by Joe Hill -- Yaaka hula hickey dula / by E. Ray Goetz, Joe Young and Peter Wendling -- Yaddie kaddie kiddie kaddie koo / lyric by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Geo. W. Meyer {3 copies} -- A yankee doodle boy is good enough for me / words & music by Will L. Livernash.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 65
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 65.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1916.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 65
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