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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 38.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 38.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1909.

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reel 38 [1909 Nancy-1909 Wandering]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 38 reel 38 [1909 Nancy-1909 Wandering]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
  • Nancy Clancy / words by Jessie Villars, music by Theodore Westman -- Naoma / words by Willis Frets, music by Archie W. Scheu -- Neath the blue Kentucky skies / words & music by Mary S. Knight -- Need you honey / words by B.I. Bell, music by E.H. Bowlby -- Nestle in my arms / words & music by J.E. Dempsey -- Never again / by Ed. Glockling -- Never choose a girl from her photograph : from the musical "The flirting princess" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- Never forget your parents : from the musical "Lo" / lyric by O. Henry and Franklin P. Adams, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Next to your mother who do you love? / words by Irving Berlin, music by Ted Snyder [14 copies] -- No one else will do / words by Frederick J. Pearsall, music by Roger A. Graham [2 copies] -- No use kickin' / words by Philander C. Johnson, music by Grace L. Watson -- Nobody knew / fom the musical "The queen of the Moulin Rouge" / words by Vincent Bryan, music by John T. Hall -- Nobody knows, nobody cares / by Chas. K. Harris -- Nobody knows where John Brown went / words & music by Arthur Longbrake -- Nonsense : from the play "A matinee idol" / lyrics by A. Seymour Brown, music by Silvio Hein -- Nora Malone (call me by 'phone) : from the musical "The Yankee girl" / words by Junie McCree, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Nora Malone (call me by 'phone) / words by Junie McCree, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Not me / words by Thos. J. Grey, music by Al. Piantadosi -- Now that I can have it I don't want it : from the musical "The candy shop" / [by] John L. Golden.
  • Oh gee-poor me never-no-more / words and music by Thos. S. Allen -- Oh! Say! Doctor! (He falls for the ladies every time) / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Alfred Solman -- Oh! Romeo : from the musical "The three Romeos" / lyric by R.H. Burnside, music by Raymond Hubbell -- O silver moon : serenade : from the musical "The gay hussars" / lyric by Grant Stewart, music by Emmerich Kálmán -- Oh! that slow waltz (Oh! Les valses lentes) / lyric by Ballard Macdonald, music by Toulmouche-Diodet -- O that we two were maying / words by CHas. Kingsley, music by Alcie Mary Smith -- Oh, the men : from the musical "The flirting princess" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- Oh! What I know about you / by Jos. H. McKeon, Harry M. Piano, W. Raymond Walker [2 copies] -- Oh, what I'd do for a girl like you / words by Geo. Whiting, music by Ted Snyder [2 copies] -- Oh you blondy / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by Ed. Edwards [4 copies] -- Oh! You bold, bad men : from the musical "The gay hussars" / lyric by Maurice Brown Kirby, music by Emmerich Kálmán -- Oh, you candy kid : from the musical "The candy shop" / [by] John L. Golden and Bob Adams [2 copies] -- Oh, you loving gal / words by Jack Drislane, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Oh you, you darling : from the musical "Miss Dudelsack" / lyric by Grant Stewart, music by Rudolph Nelson -- Ogalalla / words by Vincent Bryan, music by Ted Snyder -- Old Ireland shall be free / words by J. Jerome Rooney, arranged by Victor Herbert (based on "Boys of Wexford") -- On a monkey honeymoon / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Theodore Morse [4 copies] -- On the B, on the bou, on the boulevard / lyric by Vincent Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- On, Wisconsin! / words by Carl Beck, music by W.T. Purdy [3 copies] -- One and one make two : from the play "A matinee idol" / lyrics by A. Seymour Brown, music by Silvio Hein -- Only a dream of you : from the revue "Garden of dreams" / words by Carl Loveland, music by Harry J. Lincoln -- Only a picture of her / words by Louis B. De Spain, music by Harry Hoyt -- Only lonely little me / words by Fred Ellwood, music by Ted Snyder -- Only one face in Dreamland / by L.Z. Phillips [2 copies] -- Opechee (Song-bird) (Robin) / words by Robert F. Roden, music by Jack Glogau -- The open door / words by Annette Kiefer, music by Max S. Witt -- Our heroes of today / words and music by W.H. Pease -- Our navy's the best in the world : from the musical "A trip to Japan" / lyric and music by Manuel Klein -- Out in the barn-yard (Out in the barnyard) : from the musical "The motor girl" / lyric by Chas. J. Campbell and Ralph M. Skinner, music by Julian Edwards -- Over to gay Paree : from the production "At the Waldorf" / words by Wm. Kendall Evans, music by Milton W. Lusk.
  • Pale golden star : from the musical "The flirting princess" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- Paleface / words by Monroe H. Rosenfeld, music by Harry Orlob -- Pansy, the moon am shining / words and music by Ed. Rogers [2 copies] -- Papa, please buy me an airship / words by Ren Shields, music by Kerry Mills [3 copies] -- Pay more attention to me / words & music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt -- Percy : from the musical "The silver star" / lyric by Maurice B. Kirby, music by Robert Hood Bowers -- Perhaps it was a dream / words & music by Ferd L. Cahn -- Personality / by George Spink -- Picanninny days : from the musical "The red moon" / words by Bob Cole, music by James Reese Europe -- The pipes of Pan are calling : from the musical "The Arcadians" / words by Arthur Wimperis, music by Lionel Monckton -- Play that fandango rag : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1909" / words by E. Ray Goetz, music by Lewis F. Muir -- Playmates you and I / by Ed. A. Denish -- Please don't tell my wife / words by Jack Drislane, music by Henry Frantzen -- Please keep me young in your heart : from the musical "The goddess of liberty" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- Please, please! : from the musical "Madame Troubadour" / words by M.E. Rourke, music by Walter Kollo -- Polar bear man : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1909" / lyric by C.F. Zittel, music by S.R. Henry -- The pony ballet girl : from the musical "The summer widowers" / written and composed by Irene Franklin and Burt Green -- Pony maid / words by Carl Loveland, music by Harry J. Lincoln -- Poor old dad's in New York for the summer / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Possum / words by Geo. A. Scofield, music by J.B. Cohen -- A poultry lay / lyric by Jessica Moore, music by Geo. L. Spaulding -- Pourquoi : from the musical "Old Dutch" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Victor Herbert -- Poverty / by Jos. H. McKeon and W. Raymond Walker -- Prairieland / words by Vincent Bryan, music by Henriette Blanke Belcher -- Pretending : from the musical "Old Dutch" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Victor Herbert -- Pretty little duckling : from the musical "The travelers" / words by Charles J. Burkhardt, music by Leo Friedman -- Pretty little laughing eyes / words by Jesse G.M. Glick, music by Irving M. Wilson -- Pretty little maid of Cherokee / words & music by W.R. Williams [5 copies] -- Pretty Polly : from the musical "The Yankee Girl" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Silvio Hein -- Pretty Punchinello : from the musical "The beauty spot" / words by Joseph W. Herbert, music by Reginald De Koven -- Pretty soft for me / words by Gus Kahn, music by Grace Le Boy [2 copies] -- Prince o' dreams : from the musical "The jolly bachelors" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Prince o' dreams : from the musical "The midnight sons" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Puddin' face / words by Edgar Selden, music by Melville J. Gideon [2 copies] -- Put on your old grey bonnet / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Percy Wenrich [6 copies].
  • Queen amang the heather / written by Harry Lauder & James Malarkey, composed and sung by Harry Lauder [2 copies] -- Ragtime land : from the musical "The golden widow" / words by E. Ray Goetz, music by Melville J. Gideon -- Rest, sweet rest / [words by] Mattie Fuller Borden, [music by] Homer N. Bartlett -- The revolutionary man : from the musical "In Hayti" / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Rich man, poor man, beggar man thief : from the musical "Old Dutch" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Victor Herbert -- Rip van Winkle was a lucky man but Adam had him beat a mile / words by James H. Burris, music by Chris Smith -- Rose sweet Rose (The song that I love best of all) / words & music by Frank Crommie -- Rosenbaum / words & music by Fred Fischer -- Roses and memories / words by Monroe H. Rosenfeld, music by Ted Snyder -- The rudder and the pilot / words and music by Ralph Whitney Mockridge.
  • Sadie Salome (go home) / words & music by Edgar Leslie & Irving Berlin [9 copies] -- Sailing with my honey girl / words by R.H. Cochrane, music by P.D. Cochrane -- Sailor number : from the musical "Lo" / lyric by O. Henry and Franklin P. Adams, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Salome / words by John P. Harrington, music by Orlando Powell -- The same sweet song / words by Roger Lewis, melody by Al. H. Brown -- Santa Cruz my home / words by Angeline Deacon, music by Wm. E. Cornwell, arr. by Earl Keeney -- Santie was good to me / words and music by Alb. H. Fitz -- Save all your kisses for me / words and music by Billy Gaston -- Say boys! I've found a girl / words by Gus Kahn, music by Grace Le Boy -- Scene and duet: On the boulevard : from the musical "The golden butterfly" / words by J. Hayden-Clarendon, music by Reginald De Koven -- School mates / lyric by Ed Gardenier, music by Gus Edwards -- Scuse me today / by Chas. K. Harris [2 copies] -- Sea, sea, sea / words by A.J. Mills, music by Bennett Scott -- See, what you've done to me : from the musical "Miss Innocence" / words and music by Benj. Hapgood Burt -- Set 'em up in the other alley / words by Ren Shields and Andrew B. Sterling, music by J. Fred Helf -- Sex delicious : from the musical "The gay hussars" / lyric by Grant Stewart, music by Emmerich Kálmán -- Shaky eyes / by Armstrong and Clark [2 copies] -- Shame, shame, shame (Everybody knows your name) / by Herbert De Pierce & Tiedeman & Barber -- She had a lot of things when she came back : from the musical "The girls of Gottenberg" / lyric by John L. Hazzard, music by W.T. Francis -- She just sat there a-giggling (Laughing love) / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by H. Christine -- She made our grand old flag / words & music by Ernest S. Stafford -- She was a dear little girl : from the musical "The boys and Betty" / lyric by Irving Berlin, music by Ted Snyder -- She's an awful nice gal / words by Edward Madden, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Ship ahoy! (All the nice girls love a sailor) / lyric by A.J. Mills, music by Bennett Scott [2 copies] -- Show me the way / words by Hap Hazard, music by Anhatol Friedland [2 copies] -- Silver moon / words by Emmet Harris, music by D.S. Riker -- Silver star : from the musical "The silver star" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Albert Gumble [2 copies] -- Silver Water / words by Gwynne Woolworth, music by Lucien Denni -- Sing a good old ragtime song / words by Jack Drislane, music by Henry Frantzen -- Sing, Kate, sing / by Benj. Hapgood Burt -- Singing bird / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by Ed. Edwards [3 copies] -- The single bird : from the musical "The jolly bachelors" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Ski-da-mne-rink-a-doo (Means I love you) / by Al Piantadosi -- Sleepy, sleepy eyes : from the musical "The girl from Yama" / words by Phil. H. Armstrong, music by H.C. Armstrong -- Sleepy, sleepy eyes : from the musical "The echo" / words by Phil. H. Armstrong, music by H.C. Armstrong -- Sleigh bells may be wedding bells : from the musical "The silver star" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Robert Hood Bowers -- Smile on (The optimist's song) / written by Eden E. Greville, composed by Alfred Solman -- Snap shots : from the musical "Lo" / lyric by O. Henry and Franklin P. Adams, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- A soldier's pay / written and composed by Mattie Johnston -- Some little something about you / lyric by Irving Berlin, music by Ted Snyder -- Somebody loves you too / lyris by Edward Madden, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Somebody wants you (It's nice to be somebody's beau) / words and music by Maude Nugent -- Someday sweetheart someday / words and music by Harry A. Edwards -- Someone / words by Jeff T. Branen, music by Al Piantadosi -- Someone near, someone dear : from "In New York" / lyric by Geo. Totten Smith, music by Geo. L. Spaulding -- Someone, somewhere : from "The politicians" / words and music by J.A. Raynes -- Sometime in springtime / words by Alfred Bryan & Jack Drislane, music by Geo. W. Meyer from theme by Anton Rubenstein -- Song bird / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by Harry L. Alford -- Song: Bring me a rose : from the musical "The Arcadians" / words by Lionel Monckton and Arthur Wimperis, music by Lionel Monckton -- S.R. Henry's barn dance (Down at the huskin' bee) / words by Monroe H. Rosenfeld, music by S.R. Henry [3 copies] -- Sadie Brady / words and music by B. Clifford Hoomes -- The song of the butterfly : from the musical "The flirting princess" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- Song of the heart : from the musical "The girl and the wizard" / lyrics by Edward Madden, music by Julian Edwards -- Song of the soul : from the play "The climax" / words by Edward Locke, music by Joseph Carl Breil [2 copies] -- Ride, red captain, ride! : from the musical "Miss Dudelsack" / lyric by Grant Stewart, music by Rudolph Nelson -- Song: The willow pattern plate : from the musical "A Yankee mandarin" / lyric by Edward Paulton, music by Reginald De Koven -- Sons of the north and south / words and music by Will Hardy -- A sprig of white heather / words by Thomas Kay, music by Darman Ward -- Squeeze me tight / words and music by Herman Timberg -- The squirrel and the nut / words by Jessica Moore, music by Geo. L. Spaulding -- St. Patrick's day / written by M.J. Barry -- Statue song : from the musical "Lo" / lyric by O. Henry and Franklin P. Adams, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Stingy kid / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Nat Goldstein -- Stop that rag / words by Irving Berlin, music by Ted Snyder -- Storm cloud / words by M.M. Redding and G.M. Koockogey, music by Chas. H. Roth -- Strawberries (Here comes the strawberry man) / words and music by Thos. S. Allen [4 copies] -- Strolling (Strolling in the gloaming dear) / words and music by Hal Gaze -- Summertime for mine / words and music by F.J. Seymour -- Sunbeam / by [Harry] Williams and [Egbert] Van Alstyne -- The sunbeam and the dew drop / words by Geo. E. Van Altirn, music by F.W. Willis -- Sunday, that's all / words and music by J. Wesley Ossman -- Sunlight / words by Olive L. Frields, music by Harry L. Newman -- Sunray / words by Al. Dubin, music by Chas. P. Shisler [2 copies] -- Sunshine, I love you : from the musical "Wine woman and song" / words by Will A. Boyd, music by Will T. Pierson -- Swanee babe / words by Jack Drislane, music by Dick Richards -- Sweet blue-eyed Mamie Brown / words by Mary White, music by Samuel H. Speck -- Sweet dreams, my love, sweet dreams / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by Ed. Edwards [2 copies] -- Sweet Kitty Grey : from the play "Kitty Grey" (Kittie Grey) / words by St. John Hamund & Richard Kenneth, music by Richard Kenneth -- Sweet little Nora Riley / words by Al. Bryan, music by Nat. Goldstein -- Sweet Lucy dear / words and music by Charles B. Weston, arranged by Frank W. Howell -- Sweet Marie, make-a-rag-time-a-dance with me : from the musical "The jolly bachelors" / words and music by Irving Berlin & Ted Snyder -- Sweet potato Sal' / words by F.D. Burnet, music by G.S. Hayden -- Sweet September time / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Felix Godin [2 copies] -- Sweet star of love / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Oreste Migliaccio -- Sweet wireless whispers : from the musical "Old Dutch" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Victor Herbert -- Sweetheart / by Clare Kummer -- Sweetheart don't say good-bye / words by Harry Usher, music by Arthur R. Grant -- Sweetheart so true / words by E.A. Niven, music by Samuel H. Speck -- Sweetheart time / words by C.R. Dumas, music by Jamas Scott -- Sweetheart, why don't you write to me / words & music by Charles Haller, Ernest S. Stafford -- Sweetheart's a pretty name when it's Y-O-U / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Al Piantadosi -- Swinging (Swinging on the old rope swing) : from "A bunch of kids" / words by Will J. Harris, music by W.R. Williams -- Sylvia dear / words and music by Bert Walden, arr. by Will Hardy -- Sympathy : from the musical "The chocolate soldier" / English words by Stanislaus Stange, music by Oscar Straus.
  • Take me back to babyland / words by Frank J. Tannehill Jr., music by Pat Roomey [2 copies] -- Take me back to sunshine land / words by William Jerome, musicy by Jean Schwartz -- Take me on a homeymoon / lyric by Edward Madden, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Take me out for a joy ride / words by Ren Shields, music by Kerry Mills [2 copies] -- Take me up in your airship Willie / words by Ren Shields, music by Geo. Evans -- Take me up to the North Pole / words and music by Halsey K. Mohr [2 copies] -- Take me up with you dearie / words by Junie McCree, music by Albert Von Tilzer [5 copies] -- The tale of a turkey / words by Jessica Moore, music by Geo. L. Spaulding -- The talkative waitress / written and composed by Irene Franklin and Burt Green -- Tam o'shanter : from "The fantastic world" / lyric by Irving B. Lee, music by Hampton Durand -- Tammany on parade : from the musical "Lo" / lyric by O. Henry and Franklin P. Adams, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Tell her how dearly you love her / lyric by Franklin Winter, music by Geo. L. Spaulding -- Tell her in the golden summer : from the musical "The flirting princess" / lyric by Hough & Adams, music by Jos. E.Howard -- Temptation rag / words by Louis Weslyn, music by Henry Lodge [2 copies] -- That cuddlin' rag / words by E. Ray Goetz, music by Lou Hirsch -- That dancing big banshee / lyrics by Seymour Brown, music by Silvio Hein -- That hypnotizing rag : from the musical "The Yankee girl" / words & music by C.F.Zittel -- That is why I love no one but you / words and music by Harry Lester Mason -- That last sweet kiss / words and music by John J. Cauchois -- That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune / words and music by Irving Berlin [19 copies] -- That spooney dance / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- That teasin' rag / words and music by Joe Jordan -- That was before they were married : from the musical "The beauty spot" / lyric by Raymond A. Browne, music by Cass Freeborn -- That's a picnic called a honeymoon / words by Mannie Lowenstein, music by Ph. H. Kaufman -- That's a plenty / words by Henry S. Creamer, music by Bert A. Williams [2 copies] -- That's the doctor, Bill! : from the musical "The boys and Betty" / words by Henry S. Creamer, music by Silvio Hein [2 copies] -- That's the way the barn dance goes / words & music by Will Hardy -- That's what the daisy said / words by M. M. Redding, music by Chas. H. Roth -- That's why I'm a happy married man / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Theodore Morse -- Then we'll all go home / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Then you'll come back to me / words by A. L. Fields, music by Jos. Solman & Bernard Eyges -- There are too many girls : from the musical "The flirting princess" / lyric by Hough & Adams, music by Jos. E.Howard -- There goes another one : from the musical "Tillie's nightmare" / lyric by Edgar Smith, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- There was once a little maiden / words & music by Robert A. Mansfeld -- There's a big cry-baby in the moon / words and music by Brymn, Smith & Burris [2 copies] -- There's a spark of love still burning in the embers of my heart / words by M. M. Redding, music by Chas. H. Roth -- There's a wee bit land / written and composed by John C. Grieve -- There's no girl like your old girl / by Dempsey and Schmid -- There's no one like the old folks after all / written and composed by Kurt P. Hirsekorn and Gabirel Selig [2 copies] -- There's none so sweet as Sally / words & music by Wilbur Mack -- There's nothing else in life like love, love, love / lyric by Louis Weslyn, music by George Christie -- There's something about a uniform : from the musical "The man who owns Broadway" / words and music by Geo. M. Cohen [2 copies] -- There's something fascinating about the moon / lyric by Bob F. Sear, music by Walter Wilson -- They call me Dudelsack : from the musical "Miss Dudelsack" / lyric by Grant Stewart, music by Rudolph Nelson -- They're not doing that this season : from the musical "The silver star" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Alvert Gumble -- Think a little bit of me / lyric and music by Manuel Klein -- Thinking love of you / words by Jack Pearson, music by Maurice Daniels -- This is no place for a minister's son / words by Earl C. Jones, music by Herbert Ingraham -- This rose brings my heart to you / lyric by Leo Wood, melody by Leo Edwards -- The three ages of man / written by Nelson Jackson, composed by Ernest Hastings -- To the world and Budweiser / words & music by K. S. Hazzard -- To-night will never come again : from the musical "The flirting princess" / lyric by Hough & Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard [3 copies] -- Toodles / words and music by William J. McKenna -- The top o' the morning : from the musical "The Yankee girl" / lyrics by George V. Hobart, music by Silvio Hein -- Toys for sale / words by Edward Madden, music by Theodore Morse -- Trans-mag-ni-fi-can-bam-dam-u-al-i-ty / words by James Burris, music by Chas. Smith [2 copies] -- A trip to Japan (Our navy's the best in the world) / lyric and music by Manuel Klein [2 copies] -- Tummy, tummy tum : from the musical "The goddess of liberty" / lyric by Hough & Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- Twilight / words by Larry Laughlin, music by Fred A. Alexander -- Twillight dreams / words by B. Farland Scott, music by Marquis Ellis -- Two apples / lyric by Fred Emerson Brooks, music by Ernst Bial -- Two little love bees : from the musical "The spring maid" / lyric by Robert B. Smith, music by Heinrich Reinhardt [5 copies].
  • "U," dearie : from the musical "Old Dutch" / lyric by George V. Hobart, music by Victor Herbert -- The u. of m. Rouser / words and music by Floyd M. Hutsell [2 copies] -- Under the Hebrew moon / words by Edward Madden, music by Dorothy Jardon -- Under the Irish moon / words by Jack Drislane, music by Geo. W. Meyer [3 copies] -- Under the love star with you / by Dempsey and Schmid -- Under the maples with Molly-o / lyric by Edgar Malone, music by S. R. Henry -- Under the orange blossom tree / words by Junie McCree, music by Albert von Tilzer [2 copies] -- Under the Oriental moon : from the musical "The young Turk" / lyrics by Harry H. Williams, book by Aaron Hoffman -- Under a picture hat : from the musical "In Africa" / words by E. Ray Goetz, music by Melville J. Gideon -- Up in my aeroplane / lyric by Matt Woodward, music by Gus Edwards -- The valley of the old St. Joe / by Dennis Mackin -- Vas iss los mit Looie? / lyric by Will Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- A very bad man : from the musical "The gay musician" / lyric by Charles J. Campbell, music by Julian Edwards -- Wait for the summertime / words by Harold R. Atteridge, music by Wm. Frederick Peters -- Waltz, my little girlie / lyric by Ballard Macdonald, music by Robert Stolz -- Waltz song : from the musical "Miss Dudelsack" / lyric by Grant Steward, music by Rudolph Nelson -- The wandering minstrel song : from the musical "The golden butterfly" / lyric by J. Hayden-Clarendon, music by Reginald De Koven.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 38
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 38.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1909.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 38
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