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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 30.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 30.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1907.

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reel 30 [1907 Make believe-1907 This]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 30 reel 30 [1907 Make believe-1907 This]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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Contents
  • Make believe / words by Jack Drislane, music by Theodore Morse [3 copies] -- Mama : from the musical "The Hoyden" / words and music by John L. Golden -- Man, man, man (Girls you're thinking too much of the men) / written and composed by Fred. Murray and Chas. Hilbury -- Mandy : from the musical "A lucky dog" / words by Ed. Rose, music by Albert Gumble -- Manola / words by Bert Fitzgibbon, music by Lou. Fitzgibbon -- Many's the time / words by Andy Rice, music by Fred Fischer -- March of the pitchforks / by Frank L. Bristow -- Marianina / words and music by Jas. Brockman [2 copies] -- Marie / words by Grace Virginia Halsey, music by Madden Music Co. -- Marie / by Charles Shackford -- Marie Cahill's dummy love song : from the musical "Marrying Mary" / words and music by Marie Cahill -- Mariutch (Make-a the hootch-a ma kootch) down at Coney Isle / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [6 copies] -- Mary McGee : from the musical "The dairy maids" / words by M.E. Rourke, music by Jerome D. Kern [2 copies] -- Maxim's : from the musical "The merry widow" / words by Adrian Ross, arranged for the piano by H.M. Higgs on melodies by Franz Lehar [3 copies] -- May Fuzzy / words by Alfred Bryan, music by [James] Kendis & [Herman Paley] -- May, may, may / words by George Arthurs, music by Orlando Powell -- The meanest man in town / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Fred Fischer [2 copies] -- Meet me at Asbury Park / words by Rene Bronner, music by Leslie Chas Reimer -- Meet me James at Jamestown / words and music by Barrington L. Brannan -- Meet me, Jenny, when the sun goes down / words & music by Harry Castling & Fred Godfrey -- Meet me with spangles and bells on : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1907" / by Martin G. Brown -- Memories / words by Hannah C. Gifford, music by Madden Music Co. -- Mermaids : from the play "Matilda" / lyric by Everett S. Ruskay, music by George H. Gartland -- Miss Killarney / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Miss Mexico / words by Jack Drislane, music by Henry Frantzen -- The Mississippi stoker / words and music by Earle C. Jones -- The modern Sandow girl : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1907" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Gus Edwards -- Money won't make everybody happy / [by] James Brockman -- Monkey Land / words by Jack Drislane, music by Theodore Morse [3 copies] -- Montana / words by Will J. Harris, music by Harry I. Robinson -- Moolbarri (Mulberry) : from the musical "The orchid" / words & music by Junie McCree -- Moon, moon, moon / words by Olive L. Frields, music by Harry L. Newman -- Moon beams : from "Playing the ponies" / lyric by Edward Madden, music by Theodore Morse [2 copies] -- Moonbeams and dreams of you / words by Harold Atteridge, music by S. Wallenstein -- The more I see of old Broadway the more I feel at home / words by John Gilroy, music by Billy Gaston -- Morning star / words by James O'Dea, music by Neil Moret [2 copies] -- Most every town has a Broadway, but there's really only one : from the musical "The sunny side of Broadway" / words & music by Boyle Woolfolk -- Mother, boy and home / words by Fred. J. Hamill, music by Percy Wenrich -- Mother's the boss at our house : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1907" / words & music by Herbert Ingraham -- Mr. Bingham : from the musical "The Honeymooners" / words and music by George M. Cohan -- Mr. Burns of New Rochelle : from the musical "The talk of New York" / [by] Geo. M. Cohan -- Mister Gollywog good night (Creep, creep) / written and composed by Tom Mellor, Alf. J. Lawrance & Harry Gifford -- Much obliged to you (The best I get is much obliged to you) / by Benjamin Hapgood Burt -- Much obliged to you (The best I get is much obliged to you) : from the musical "The girl behind the counter" / by Benjamin Hapgood Burt -- Musette / words by James O'Dea, music by Neil Moret -- My board-walk girl / words and music by Edward A. Paulton -- My California belle / words by Melvin Bartlett, music by Emma M. Bartlett -- My castle in the air / by Clare Kummer -- My Cherokee / words by Oliver Morosco, music by Joseph Montrose -- My Chippewa / words and music by Dave Reed -- My cigarette : from the musical "The Rogers Bros. in Panama" / lyrics by Edward Madden, music by Max Hoffmann -- My cow boy lady / words & music by W.B. Friedlander [2 copies] -- My dear / words by Dave Reed Jr., music by Ernest R. Ball [2 copies] -- My dear old home in Tennessee / words and music by R. Blomquist -- My dearie / words and music by C. Jay Smith -- My diabolo beau : from the musical "The soul kiss" / words & music by Kenneth S. Clark -- My Eloisa / words by James A. Bliss, music by Charles E. Howson -- My fox-trot girl / lyric by Jack Frost, music by Paul Biese and F. Henri Klickmann -- My highland lassie Jean / by John Oliver Erlan -- My honey bee / by Thurland Chattaway -- My honey moon : from the musical "Yama" / lyric by Leo Wood, music by Leo Edwards [2 copies] -- My Imogene / words by Will S. Genaro, music by W.R. Williams -- My Irish maid / words & music by Peter S. Clark, arranged by George A. Redgate -- My Kickapoo queen / words & music by Dave Reed Jr. -- My little blue jay girl / words by Edward D. Kelsey, music by Bernard Frank, arranged by E.D. Kelsey -- My little Deitcher girl : from the musical "Havana" / written and composed by Frank Leo -- My little drummer boy / words and music by Halsey K. Mohr -- My lolo maid / lyric by Collin Davis, music by Jos. E. Howard -- My lotus flower : from the musical "Yama" / words by Edgar Selden, music by Seymour Furth -- My maid of Mandalay : from the musical "The blue moon" / words by Roderic Penfield, music by Hans Scherber -- My Mariutch, she come back to me / words by Harry L. Newton, music by Mike Bernard -- My Mary's heart is Irish : from the musical "Dion O'Dare" / by Fiske O'Hara -- My Nubian maid : from the musical "Mr. Wise from Broadway" lyric by Geo. A. Norton, music by Sheppard Camp / -- My old home on the hill / words and music by S.J. Williams -- My old plantation home / words and music by richard Winternitz -- My old Shako / words by Francis Barron, music by H. Trotère -- My own sweet Jennie dear / words by D. Burness, music by Edna Williams -- My paradise (Mon paradis!) / paroles de Charles Quinel et Henry Moreau, English version by Ballard Macdonald, musique de Humbert Gandiolo -- My Pocahontas : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1907" / words by Edgar Selden, music by Seymour Furth [2 copies] -- My pretty Colleen / words and melody by B.A. Koellhoffer, arr'd by W.T. Fero -- My pretty little Mary Ann / words by Paul Cunahan, music by Martin Kelley -- My pretty witty Kitty from Killarney / by Harry L. Newton and Hampton Durand -- My shaggy old polar bear : from the musical "The top o' th' world" / lyric by James O'Dea, music by Anna Caldwell -- My southern home / words by J.A. Patton, music by Harry J. Lincoln -- My teddy girl (The teddy girl) : from the musical "A Yankee tourist" / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- My twilight queen / words by Jean C. Havez, music by Lou Hirsch -- My Vilia : from the musical "The merry widow" / words by Arthur Wilbur, [music] by Franz Lehar, arr. by Karl Weber -- My wild Irish Rose of Killarney / lyric by Nora Kelly, music by Jos. Nathan -- My Virginia / words & music by Chas. K. Harris -- My Wisconsin home / words by M.W. Murray, music by Madden Music Co. -- My Yankee Doodle indian boy : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1907" / words by Edgar Selden, music by Bert & Lou Fitzgibbon.
  • Nashville Tennessee / words by Wm. McKenna, music by Rose De Haven -- Neath the old acron tree, Sweet Estelle / words by C.M. Denison, music by J. Fred Helf [10 copies] -- Neath the old cherry tree sweet Marie / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [6 copies] -- Never introduce your bloke, to your lady friend / words by John P. Harrington, music by George Le Brun -- Nice little girls and boys : from the musical "Fascinating Flora" / words by R.H. Burnside, music by Gustave Kerker -- Night and day / words by Jeff T. Branen, music by Evans Lloyd -- A night, a girl, a moon / words by Collin Davis & Arthur Gillespie, music by Charlotte Blake -- No, no, positively no / by Chris Smith and Harry Brown -- No one dreams about me / [by] W. Dayton Wegefarth -- No one knows / words and music by Francis Mack [4 copies] -- Nobody's little girl / words by Jack Drislane, music by Theodore Morse -- Nobody's satisfied! / written by R.P. Weston and A.J. Mills, composed by Bennett Scott -- Not for me / written and composed by Bessie Wynn -- Not so long ago / words & music by Rose Monroe -- Nothing bothers me! / words & music by C. Florian Zittel [2 copies] -- Nothing ever worries me / words by John B. Lowitz, music by Lou Hirsch.
  • Oh, come my Lou / lyric by Arthur Gillespie, music by Edward Purcell -- O'Hara's see saw : from the musical "Dion O'Dare" / [by] Fiske O'Hara -- Oh, oh, Miss Lucy Ella / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- The old buck and wing : from the musical "The girl question" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Hilding Anderson and Jos. E. Howard -- The old familiar nook down by the brook / by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- On an old fashioned buggy ride / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Old friends : from the musical "Hip! Hip! Hooray!" / words by Sam Ehrlich, arr. by Gus Edwards -- The old street band / words by Jack Drislane, music by Theodore Morse -- Old Yankee land for me : from the musical "Fascinating Flora" / words by Jean Lenox, music by Harry O. Sutton -- Omar Khayyam : from the musical "The tattooed man" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- On independence day (Give three cheers for the Fourth of July) / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Tom Kelley [2 copies] -- On the bench 'neath the old willow tree / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by Sylvio Hein -- On the grand old sand / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- On the grand old sand : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1907" / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- On the merry-go-round / by Bob Adams [2 copies] -- On the road to Mandalay / [words by Rudyard Kipling], [music by] Oley Speaks [3 copies] -- Once upon a time / words by Thos. F. Swift, music by Chas. V. Cunningham -- The one girl / [from the musical "The top o' th' world"] / lyric by James O'Dea, music by A. Payson Caldwell -- One little, sweet little girl : from the musical "O'Neill of Derry" / by Chauncey Olcott and Dan J. Sullivan -- One of 'the boys' / written by Weston and Barnes, composed by Maurice Scott -- A one-way ticket to Loveland / by Chas. E. Baer -- Only a grave in the old church yard / words by Mrs. T.A. Judson, music by Harry J. Lincoln -- Otto of roses : from the musical "The girls of Gottenberg" / words by Geo. Grossmith Junr., music by Ivan Caryll -- Our glorious winter / words by Eliza A. Otis, music by Robert Fricke.
  • Paragraphs : from the musical "The dollar princess" / adapted by George Grossmith, music by Leo Fall -- Paree (The wiggle-woggle dance) / words by Matt Woodward, music by Gus Edwards -- Patsy / words by Tom Jones, music by Chas. T. Edwards -- Patsy dear / words and music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt [2 copies] -- The peach that tastes the sweetest hangs the highest on the tree / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- Perhaps you wonder why / words & music by Stephen J. Mooney -- Pickaninny's lullby / words and music by Geo. W. Gage, arranged by W.F. Peters -- Pine and palm (Fichte und Palme) / words translated from Heine by B.M., [music by] Beatrice MacGowan -- A pink petty from Peter : from the musical "Miss Hook of Holland" / words and music by Paul A. Rubens -- Please don't call me honey ('cause honey always gathers flies) / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by Dave Rose -- The police won't let Mariuch-a dance (unless she move-da-feet) / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Halsey K. Mohr -- Poor old girl / words by Roger Lewis, music by Al. W. Brown -- The poppy and the pink / lyric by George Totten Smith, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Pretty little Heatherbell / words and music by George Spink -- Pretty little Tonkin girl (Petite tonkinoise) / words by James O'Dea, music by V. Scotto and Chrstiné -- Pride of the prairie (Mary) / words by Henry J. Breen, music by George Botsford [8 copies] -- The prima donna : from the musical "The White Hen" / words by Paul West, music by Gustave Kerker -- The proposal / words and music by T.F. O'Reilly -- Put a bet down for me : from the musical "The talk of New York" / [by] Geo. M. Cohan -- Put me amongst the girls : from the musical "The Hoyden" / words and music by C.W. Murphy and Dan Lipton [2 copies].
  • Quartet: The dollar princesses : from the musical "The dollar princess" / [adapted by George Grossmith, music by Leo Fall] -- Queen of the Jujah islands / words by John P. Harrington, music by Jas. W. Tate -- Queen of the night Amina mine (The Arab's dream) : from the musical "The midnight sons" / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Paul Lincke [4 copies] -- A quiet little cafe : from the musical "Captain Careless" / words and music by Cliffton Crawford.
  • Rainbow : from the musical "A Yankee tourist" / lyric by Wallace Irwin, music by Alfred G. Robyn [2 copies] -- Rambling Rose / words by James J. Walker, music byJohn Heinzman -- Red Wing / words by Thurland Chattaway, music by Kerry Mills [3 copies] -- Re-incarnation (Reincarnation) : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1907" / words by Vincent Bryan, music by E. Ray Goetz -- Remember me, for I'll remember you / words by Edgar A. Guest, music by James B. Anderson -- Riding in a motor car : from the spectacle "The auto race" / words and music by Manuel Klein -- Right now : from the musical "Fascinating Flora" / words by Jerome D. Kern, music by Fred. Fischer [2 copies] -- Rob Roy MacIntosh / words & music by Harry Lauder & Frank Folloy -- Rock-rock-rock (Let me rock in my old rocking chair) : from the musical "The lady from Lane's" / words & music by George Spink [2 copies] -- Roll around / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Max Hoffmann -- Roll on : from the play "Matilda" lyric by Everett S. Ruskay, music by George H. Gartland / -- Roll on, thou deep and dark blue ocean / words by H.B. Dale, music by H.W. Petrie [2 copies] -- The roller rink for mine / words & music by Phelps Brown -- Rose dreams / words by Theodor E. How, music by Carlos A. Barrie -- Rose in the bud / words by Percy J. Barrow, music by Dorothy Forster [5 copies] -- Rose in the bud : from the motion picture "The battle of the sexes" / words by Percy J. Barrow, music by Dorothy Forster -- A rose of old Derry : from the play "O'Neill of Derry" / by Chauncey Olcott, J.I. Dillon and Wm. G. Kopp [3 copies] -- Rosie / words by Wilbur Mack, music by Felix G. Rice -- Rum-tiddely-um-tum-tay (Out for the day, today) / words by Fred Leigh, music by Orlando Powell.
  • Sacramento / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [3 copies] -- Saginaw the Tittabawassee squaw / words by Leontine Stanfield, music by M. Theo Frain -- Saida / [words by] Thomas S. Jones Jr., [music by] Harry Alexander Matthews -- Sailling in my balloon / words by A.J. Mills, music by Bennett Scott [2 copies] -- The same old starry flag / words & music by Robert P. Skilling -- San Antonio / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [4 copies] -- Save a little sunny smile for me / by Thurland Chattaway -- Save a little money for a rainy day : from the play "Mrs. Wilson Andrews" / words by Ren. Shields, music by Maxwell Silver -- School days (When we were a couple of kids) / by [Will D.] Cobb & [Gus] Edwards [5 copies] -- See saw (On the old see-saw) / words by Ed Gardenier, music by Gus Edwards [7 copies] -- Señora / words by Felix F. Feist, music by Jos. S. Nathan [5 copies] -- Shamrock / lyrics by Billy De Vere, music by Dawson Wood -- She borrowed my only husband (and fogot to bring him back) / words by Wm. J. McKenna, music by May Irwin -- She is sleeping where our playhouse used to be / [by] CHester Politte -- She was a grand old lady / words by Wm. Cahill, music by S.R. Henry [3 copies] -- Sheila / words by Florence Hoare, music by Josef Holbrooke -- She's Dixie through and through / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Leo Friedman -- She's the apple of my eye : from the musical "The hurdy gurdy girl" / [words by] Richard Carle, [music by] H.L. Heartz [2 copies] -- She's the fairest little flower dear old dear old Dixie ever grew / words by Ashley S. Johnson, music by Theodore Morse -- The silly cavalier : from the musical "The Merry Widow" / music by Franz Lehar -- Since Arrah wanna married Barney Carney / words by Jack Drislane, music by Theodore Morse [2 copies] -- Situation : from the musical "A knight for a day" / lyric by M. Stephen, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Sleep little baby (Slumber song) / by Frederick Arno Schmitz -- The sleepy canal : from the musical "Miss Hook of Holland" / words and music by Paul A. Rubens -- Slow Billy / words and music by Oralene N. Williams -- The small town gal : from the musical "Fifty miles from Boston" / [by] Geo. M. Cohan [2 copies] -- Smile! Smile! Smile! / words by Louis Mann, music by M.G. Brown -- Snuggle up closer / by Harry L. Newton & Hampton Durand -- So long Joe / words by Will A. Heelan, music by H.B. Blanke [2 copies] -- So long, so long (No more sunshine, nothing but rain) : from the play "The boys of Company B" / by Sadie Clark [2 copies] -- So what's the use : from the musical "The Yankee tourist" / words & music by Edward Montagu -- Somebody lied : from the musical "Bandanna Land" / words & music by Jeff T. Branen and Evans Lloyd, adapted by Bert Williams [2 copies] -- Somebody loves you, dear / lyric and music by Annie Andros Hawley -- Somebody's always willin' to do somethin' for somebody / words by Ed Gardenier, music by J. Fred Helf -- Somebody's been around here since I've been gone : from the revue "The gay white way" / words by Paul West, music by John W. Bratton -- Sometime I know you'll love me / words by Rene Bronner, music by H.W. Petrie -- Song: Follow! Follow!! Follow!!! : from the musical "The White Hen" / words by Paul West, music by Gustave Kerker -- Song: I want you for my all time girl : from the musical "The snow man" / lyrics by Stanislaus Stange, music by Reginald De Koven -- Song: In Paradise : from the musical "The girls of Holland" / lyrics by Stanislaus Stange, music by Reginald De Koven -- Song: Morning Cy! / words by Harold Atteridge, music by Bert Peters [4 copies] -- Song: My dream of love : from the musical "The dollar princess" / [words by George Grossmith Jr., music by Leo Fall] -- Song: Pray, go gently : from the musical "The snow man" / lyrics by Stanislaus Stange, music by Reginald De Koven -- The song of the foam is 'Home sweet home' / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Seymour Furth -- The sound of a chicken frying in a pan dat's music to me / words and music by Chris Smith -- Southern girl / written by Alfred Bryan, composed by Alfred Solman -- Standard Oil / words by F.L. Hill, music by A.W. Scheu -- Starlight maid : from the spectacle "The auto race" / words and music by Manuel Klein [4 copies] -- Stephen (was a minister) / words by Addison Burkhardt, music by Harold Orlob -- Stingy (S-T-I-N-G-Y and that means you) / words by Harry L. Newton, music by Hampton Durand [2 copies] -- Stop yer tickling, Jock! / words by Harry Lauder & Frank Folloy, music by Harry Lauder [2 copies] -- Stories : from the musical "The hurdy gurdy girl" / [words by] Richard Carle, [music by] H.L. Heartz -- The story that never grows old : from the musical "A Parisian model" / lyrics by E.P. Moran, music by Seymour Furth -- Style : from the musical "The hurdy gurdy girl" / [words by] Richard Carle, [music by] H.L. Heartz -- The subway express : from the musical "Fascinating Flora" / words by James O'Dea, music by Jerome D. Kern [4 copies] -- Sugar babe : from the musical 'The Shoo-Fly Regiment" / lyrics by Bob Cole, music by J. Rosamond Johnson -- The summer girl / words & music by W.W. Hall -- Sunday bells of Marblehead / words by Mary Devereux, music by Eben F. Richardson -- Sunrise at the zoo : from the musical "The Rogers Bros. in Panama" / lyrics by Edward Madden, music by Max Hoffmann [2 copies] -- Superstition / words & music by Sadie Clark -- Supposing / by J.W. Bischoff -- Sweet Kitty Walker will you marry me / words and music by Joseph Semel -- Sweet Madeline / words by W.L. Werden, music by Fre'K E. Gladdish -- Sweet Marie Snow / words and music by Pat Rooney -- The sweetest flower the garden grew / by Thurland Chattaway -- Sweetheart : from the musical "Mlle. Mischief" / lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld, music by C.M. Ziehrer [4 copies] -- Sweetheart days / words by L.W. Heiser, music by J. Anton Dailey -- A sweetheart in every port : from the musical "Mr. Wise from Broadway" / lyric by Geo. A. Norton, music by Sheppard Camp -- Sweetheart mine / music by Geo. Chadwick Stock -- Sweethearts once, but now we're parted / lyric by Laura Jean Libbey, music by Herman Avery Wade -- Swing me higher Obadiah / words by Alf. E. Rick, music by Maurice Scott -- Swinging in the old rope swing / words and music by C.E. Schofield.
  • Ta ta, au revoir (Choo! Choo! I'm goin' to go) / words & music by John B. Lwitz -- Take me around again / words by Ed. Roses, music by Kerry Mills -- Take me back to Dreamland / words by Blair S. Keyes, music by May O. Hill -- Take me back to Nw York town / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [5 copies] -- Take me down to Jamestown, Jimmie / words by Leo Curley, music by James B. Mullen -- Take me down to Luna / by Frances Rosse (Mrs. Mart M. Fuller) -- Take me where there's a big brass band / words by Jack Drislane, music by Theodore Morse [2 copies] -- Take me with you in your dreams / words by John Everett Gay, music by James B. Oliver -- Take your time / words by Harrison Stewart, music by Joe Jordan -- The tale of the pretty rose / words by Bartley Costello, music by John B. Lowitz -- The tale the chruch bells tolled / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [2 copies] -- Teddy bears / lyric by Allen Lowe, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Teddy bear's lullaby / words and music by Agnes Hull Prendergast -- Tell me, moon : from the musical "Mr. Wise from Broadway" / lyric by Geo. A. Norton, music by Sheppard Camp -- Tennessee Tessie / words by Joe Schwab & Geo. Ronklyn, music by Al. Piantadosi -- That ever loving kid of mine / words & music by John L. Costello -- That lovin rag : from the musical "The merry widower" / words by Victor H. Smalley, music by Bernie Adler [3 copies] -- That really was a lovely place for me : from the musical "The lady from Lane's" / words by George Broadhurst, music by Gustave Kerker -- That welcome on the mat ain't meant for me / lyrics by Cobb & Smith, music by Gus Edwards -- That's grace : from the musical "The sunny side of Broadway" / words & music by Boyle Woolfolk -- That's gratitude / words by Geo. A. Norton, music by Sheppard Camp [2 copies] -- That's how he met the girl : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1907" / words by Vincent Bryan, music by E. Ray Goetz -- That's how I love you / lyric by George Totten Smith, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- That's the way to win a girl : from the musical "A Yankee tourist" / lyric by Wallace Irwin, music by Alfred G. Robyn -- That's the worst of being so beastly well connected / words by E.C. Matthews, music by Sheridan Gordon -- That's what the rose said to me / lyric by B.F. Barnett, music by Leo Edwards -- That's why I never married : from the musical "The Hoyden" / words by John L. Golden & Joseph Cawthorne, music by John L. Golden -- That's why I never married : from the musical "The slim princess" / words by John L. Golden & Joseph Cawthorne, music by John L. Golden [2 copies] -- That's why the Danube was blue : from the musical "The White Hen" / words by Paul West, music by Gustave Kerker -- Theodore / words & music by Vincent Bryan -- There comes a night / by Benjamin Hapgood Burt -- There comes a night : from the musical "A Yankee tourist" / by Benjamin Hapgood Burt [3 copies] -- There is no place like home : from the musical "The girl question" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- There never was a girl like you / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [5 copies] -- There once were two princes' children : from the musical "The merry widow" / words by Adrian Ross, on melodies by Franz Lehar arranged for the piano by H.M. Higgs -- There were actors then : from the musical "The soul kiss" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Maurice Levi -- There's a girl in this world for every boy, and a boy for every girl / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Ted Snyder [2 copies] -- There's a lot of things Noah never knew : from the musical "Noah's ark" / words by Vincent Bryan, music by E. Ray Goetz -- There's always something wrong : from the musical 'The Shoo-Fly Regiment" / lyrics by Bob Cole, music by J. Rosamond Johnson [2 copies] -- There's another picture in my mamma's frame / by Chas. K. Harris -- There's just one girl I'd like to marry : from the musical "The tattooed man" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- There's my mama / words and music by E.G. Masters -- There's not another girlie : from the musical "Lola from Berlin" / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- There's room for us all on the trolley / words by Felix F. Feist, music by Harry Bennett [2 copies] -- There's something sweet about you / words by Cecil Spooner, music by Ted Coleman -- They all look alike to Mary : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1907" / words & music by Billy Kent -- Think of the girl down home / words & music by Phil Staats -- This ain't such a bad town after all / by Billy Gaston and Arthur Klein, verses by Eunice Raymond.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 30
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 30.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1907.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 30
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