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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 16.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 16.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1902-1903.

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reel 16 [1902 Noreen-1903 Birdie]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 16 reel 16 [1902 Noreen-1903 Birdie]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
  • 1902, N-O: Noreen Mavourneen : from the play "Old Limerick town" / by Chauncey Olcott -- Nursery rhymes : from the musical "The sleeping beauty and the beast" / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz [2 copies] -- Oh, didn't he ramble / [by] Will Handy [2 copies] -- Oh, greet me when I come / by Mrs. S.T. Griggs -- Oh joy! / words and music by Arthur Gillespie -- Oh, Mister Grundy / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Geo. Hamilton -- Oh! Mister Webster / words and music by Raymond A. Browne -- O' O' O'Brien / words by M.B. Kirby, music by Jean Schwartz -- Oh, what a hat! / words by John Dillon, music by Harry Dillon -- The old home place / [by] E. Quivé Taylor -- The old jay-bird : from the musical "The sultan of Sulu" / words by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall -- On a Monday morning / words by Harry Breen, music by T. Mayo Geary -- On a moonlight winter's night / words by C.P. McDonald, music by W.C. Powell [3 copies] -- On a Saturday night / by Howard and Emerson -- On a Sunday afternoon : from the motion picture "Atlantic City" / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- On a Sunday afternoon / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [8 copies] -- On Emancipation Day / words by Paul Laurence Dunbar, music by Will Marion Cook -- On the banks of the Ohio / by Ella E. Wilson -- On the shores of Tennessee / by Lottie Sloper -- On the side : from the musical "Mr. Pickwick" / lyric by Grant Stewart, music by Manuel Klein -- One that he loves best : from the musical "The show girl" / [by] Edward W. Corliss [2 copies] -- The one woman / words and music by Eva Harrison -- Only a soldier boy / [by] Chas. W. Doty -- The only girl / words by Thomas J. Keating, music by Lyn Udall -- The only girl I'm longing for / words by W.H. Billins, music by F. De Forest -- Only say you'll always love me / words & music by Arthur Trevelyan -- Only to meet once more / by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- The organ's only tuen / words and music by Richard R. Hanch -- Our country's falg / words by Hal Bell, music by H.R. Humphries -- Our land of dreams (Dreamland) : from the musical "Mam'selle 'Awkins" / by Clifton Crawford -- Over the ocean (I'll wed you, Willie, when your ship comes in) / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Leo Edwards.
  • 1902, P-Q: Paint me a picture of mamma / words by Addison Burkhardt, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Pajama Polly / words & music by Max Hoffmann -- Pansy of the dell : from the musical "The beauty and the beast" / words by John Gilroy, music by Harry Linton -- Parting song ; Old shoes : from "Songs of the Ojibways / translation and accompaniment by Frederick R. Burton -- Philly / words by Dave Reed Jr., music by Chas. Kohlman -- Phoebe / words and music by Albert W. Noll -- Pictures from days gone by / words and music by Edwin H. Deagon -- Pictures in the smoke : from the musical "The Prince of Pilsen" / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Pinky Panky Poo : from the musical "The wild rose" / words by Aaron S. Hoffman, music by Andy Lewis -- Pinky Panky Poo : from the musical "The defender" / words by Aaron S. Hoffman, music by Andy Lewis [3 copies] -- The plan of love / words by Ida E. Jennings, music by Annie P. Lumsden -- Play the organ once more, Hannah / [by] August W. Kruger -- Please go 'way and let me sleep / words by R.C. McPherson, music by James T. Brymn -- Please leave the gate ajar / words by Robert F. Roden, music by J. Fred Helf [2 copies] -- Please let me sleep / words by R.C. McPherson, music by James T. Brymn [5 copies] -- Poor Barney Mulligan (Microbes on the brain) / words by W.W. Hall, music by Edmund Braham -- Poppy song : from the musical "The wizard of Oz" / words by L. Frank Baum, music by Paul Tietjens -- Pretty little Dinah Jones / written and composed by J.B. Mullen [10 copies] -- Pretty maid, Adelaide : from the musical "The runaways" / lyrics by Addison Burkhardt, music by Raymond Hubbell [2 copies] -- The proper way to kiss : from the musical "The office boy" / words by Raymond A. Browne, music by Theodore F. Morse -- Psyche : from the musical "The show girl" / [by] Edward W. Corliss [2 copies] -- The queen of spades / words and music by Dorothea Hewlett -- The queen of the track : from the musical "The runaways" / by [Addison] Burkhardt & [Raymond] Hubbell.
  • 1902, R: Rainbows follow after rain : from the musical "The Rogers brothers in Harvard" / lyric by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Maurice Levi -- R-e-m-o-r-s-e (Remorse) : from the musical "The sultan of Sulu" / words by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall -- A rich coon's babe / by Clare Kummer -- Ring down the curtain, I can't sing tonight / words by Reobert H. Brennen, music by Pauline B. Story -- Roll on! Mr. Moon / by Ernest Hogan -- Romeo : from the musical "Twirly-whirly" / words by Edgar Smith, music by Wm. T. Francis -- Rosalie; my royal Rosie (Climb down, my honey gal, to me) : from the musical "The wizard of Oz" / [by] [Will D.] Cobb & [Leo] Edwards -- A rose and a lily : from the musical "The show girl" / [by] Edward W. Corliss -- Rose McNally / words and music by Lee Johnson -- Rose of Killarney / words and music by Lee Johnson -- The Rose of the Riviera (The Rose of Reviera) : from the musical "Mother Goose" / words and music by Bernard Rolt -- Rosie May / words by W.W. Hall, music by Edmund Braham.
  • 1902, S: Sally in our alley : from the musical "Sally in our alley" / by Henry Carey -- Sammy : from the musical "The wizard of Oz" / words by James O'Dea, music by Edward Hutchison [6 copies] -- Sarah Sunshine : from the musical "The paraders" / words by Raymond Peck, music by Jos. E. Howard, arranged by Chas. Elander -- Scarecrow : from the musical "The wizard of Oz" / words by L. Frank Baum, music by Paul Tietjens -- Send me something you have kissed / words by Robert Hobart Davis, music by Louis F. Gottschalk -- The serpent and the dove / words by Bartley C. Costello, music by Chas. E. Baer -- The shadows are falling : from the musical "King Highball" / words by Charles Horwitz, music by Frederick V. Bowers -- She's sleeping by the silv'ry Rio Grande / words by Thos. J. Hughes, music by Chas. Kohlman -- Shut that door / words by Littleton Fox, music by Porter Steele -- Since I first met you : from the musical "The sultan of Sulu" / words by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall [2 copies] -- Since Imogene went to cooking school / words by Geo. Totten Smith, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Since Reuben's gone away / words by Vincent P. Bryan, music by Theodore F. Morse [2 copies] -- Since Sister Nell heard Paderewski play : from the musical "The little duchess" / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz [3 copies] -- Since you've gone / words and music by Freida Pauline Cohen -- Sing me that dear old love song / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Richard P. Lilly [2 copies] -- Sleep li'l' chile, go sleep! / words by George V. Hobart, music by Harry T. Burleigh -- Sly Musette : from the musical "The mocking bird" / lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld, music by A. Baldwin Sloane [4 copies] -- A smile always follows a tear / by Jack D. Wilbur -- The smiling isle : from the musical "The sultan of Sulu" / words by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall -- A soldier in the ranks, that's all / words by Dave Reed Jr., music by Ben M. Jerome -- Somebody's waiting for me / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [3 copies] -- Somebody's waiting 'neath southern skies / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by John W. Bratton -- Sometime / words by Wm. H. Gardner, music by G.M. Blandford -- Sometime I'll know you love me / words by George Totten Smith, music by Warner Crosby -- Somewhere / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- The son of the hill and plain : from the musical "The explorers" / words by Bert Leston Taylor, music by Walter H. Lewis -- A song of absence and longing : from "Songs of the Ojibways" / translation and accompaniment by Frederick R. Burton -- The song that I hear in my dreams / words & music by Walter Rolfe [6 copies] -- A song to the foaming stein / words by Jas. Oliver O'Dea, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- The songbird of Melody Lane : from the musical "Mr. Bluebeard" / words by Al Bryan, music by Gus Edwards -- Sorrow is mine : from the musical "The Storks" / words by Guy F. Steely, music by Frederic Chapin -- Speak low : from the musical "Mr. Pickwick" / words by Hermann, music by Manuel Klein -- The spirit of '76 / by J. Fred Helf [2 copies] -- Spooney Town : from the musical "The sultan of Sulu" / words by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall -- Spring, sweet spring : from the musical "When Johnny comes marching home" / lyric by Stanislaus Stange, music by Julian Edwards -- Stella, I love you / words by Archie Morrow, music by L.H. Fisher -- The story of the rainbow : from the musical "Mr. Pickwick" / words by Grant Stewart, music by Manuel Klein -- Story of the two bad boys : from the musical "Foxy grandpa" / words and music by Joseph Hart & R. Melville Baker -- Strike out McCracken : from the musical "Twirly-whirly" / words by Edgar Smith, music by Wm. T. Francis -- Strolling : from the musical "The runaways" / lyrics by Addison Burkhardt, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Stung! Strung! Strung! : from the musical "King Dodo" / words by Frank Abbott, music by Seymour Furth -- Strolling along the beach / words by Bob Cole, music by Rosamond Johnson -- The submarine boat : from the musical "Foxy grandpa" / words by R. Melville Baker, music by Joseph Hart -- Sunrise (Love's glad sunrise) / words and music by Karl Kennett -- Sunshine (Ev'rybody falls in love with sunshine) / words by Tom Keating, music by Lyn Udall -- Susie Anna / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz [3 copies] -- Susie Woosie : from the musical "Twirly-whirly" / words by Edgar Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Sweet closer / words by Al Trahern, music by Lee Orean Smith -- Sweet Kitty Malone : from the musical "The emerald isle" / words by Manuel Lowenstein, music by Eily O'Connor -- Sweet violets so blue / words and music by Mabel Lee McFerrin -- The sweetest song the world has ever heard (Then you'll remember me) / words by Richard Henry Buck, music by Theodore F. Morse -- The sword my father wore / words by George Totten Smith, music by Ben Jansen.
  • 1902, T: The tadpole and the gold-fish (If you'll only love me too) / words and music by Dorothea Hewlett -- Take me back to the old Virginia shore / words & music by Raymond A. Browne -- Taking a trip up the Hudson on a moonlight night / by James Thornton -- The tale of the seashell : from the musical "The Prince of Pilsen" / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders [2 copies] -- Tell her I was asking for her / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- Tell me that beautiful story / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Albert Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- Tell me shooting star (Money! Money! Money!) : from the musical "The sultan of Sulu" / words by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall -- Tennessee my Tennessee where the roses bloom / words & music by May Florence Smith -- Tessie, you are th only, only, only : from the musical "The silver slipper" / words and music by Will R. Anderson [3 copies] -- That certain party / words and music by Bob Cole -- That old sweet bye and bye / words and music by Wm. H. Windowm & Paul B. Armstrong -- That's the kind / by Theo. Westman and Lily Wren -- Then I'd be satisfied with life : from the musical "The governor's son" / by Geo. M. Cohan -- Then you're sure of a Sunday's dinner / written & composed by Fred Allsopp -- There ain't another daddy in the world like mine / written & composed by A.J. Mills & Bennett Scott -- There is no love like the old / words by Frank Dupree, music by John T. Hall -- There's a lot of things you never learn at school : from the musical "The wizard of Oz" / by Ed Gardenier, Edwin S. Brill -- There's music in the air / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Silvio S. Hein -- There's no place like home / words by Felix F. Feist, music by Ted S. Barron [3 copies] -- Things ain't the same, babe, I'm coming home / words by Will Tobias, music by Will Hamer -- Those tantalizing eyes (Oh, Lize, those eyes, those eyes) / words by R.C. McPherson, music by Jas. T. Brymn -- Thoses things cannot be explained : from the musical "The wild rose" / words by Juniee McCree, music by Ben M. Jeome [2 copies] -- Three times three for Harvard / words by Richard Inglis, music by William H. Smith [2 copies] -- Three women to every man (Why can't every man have three wives?) : from the musical "The New Yorkers" / written and composed by Murray & Leigh -- Tell then, dear heart! / words and music by Louis Tocaben [2 copies] -- Tis only the scent of the rose / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Jesse H. Campbell -- To be with thee : from the musical "Dolly Varden" / lyric by Stanislaus Stange, music by Julian Edwards -- To the roses / words and music by Manuel Klein -- Tom the ne'er-do-well / words by Edward F. Cogley, music by Wm. E. Bock -- Tonight / words and music by H. Wakefield Smith -- Tootsie, wootsie : from the musical "The Storks" / words by Guy F. Steely, music by Frederic Chapin -- The train rolled on / words by Vincent P. Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- The traveller and the pie : from the musical "The wizard of Oz" / words by L. Frank Baum, music by Paul Tietjens -- Trixie / words and music by J. Fred Helf -- Trouble / words by George W. Davids, music by Fletcher Meakim -- The troubles of the Reuben and the maid (Trouble began to brew) : from the musical "The Rogers brothers in Harvard" / lyric by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Maurice Levi [2 copies] -- True love makes the heart grow stronger / [by] G. LeRoy Lowell -- True love never runs smooth / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by Herbert Dillea -- Turn to me my darling / words by Joseph L.C. Clarke, music by Manuel Klein – ‘Twas not the same in days gone by / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Geo. Hamilton -- Two eyes of blue : from the musical "The silver slipper" / words by Geo. H. taylor, music by Leslie Stuart.
  • 1902, U-V: Under the American eagle / by Jacob Henry Ellis -- Under the bamboo tree : from the musical "Sally in our alley" / by Bob Cole [8 copies] -- Under the bamboo tree : from the motion picture "Meet in me in St. Louis" / by Bob Cole -- Under the deodar : from the musical "A country girl" / words by Adrian Ross, music by Lionel Monckton [2 copies] -- Under southern skies : from the play "Under southern skies" / words by Al Trahern, music by Lee Orean Smith [2 copies] -- Under the waves of the sea / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- Upper Broadway after dark : from the musical "The Rogers brothers in Harvard" / lyric by Ed. Gardenier, music by Maurice Levi -- The voice of the violet : from the play "Old Limerick town" / by Chauncey Olcott [2 copies].
  • 1902, W: Wait at the gate for me / words by Ren Shields, music by Theodore F. Morse [3 copies] -- Waiting for the Robert E. Lee : from the motion picture "Babes on Broadway" / composed by L. Wolfe Gilbet and Lewis F. Muir -- Walking home with Angeline / words by Geo. Totten Smith, music by John C. Rundback [2 copies] -- Watching and waiting / words by Vincent Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- The way to win a woman's heart / lyrics & melody by Raymond A. Browne -- Way up in York state / words & music by Wm. A. Dillon -- We are engaged : from the musical "The sultan of Sulu" / words by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall -- We met in Lover's Lane : from the musical "Dolly Varden" / lyric by Stanislaus Stange, music by Julian Edwards -- We parted by the river, Grace and I / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- We were taught from the same old books / words by James Smith, music by W.C. Powell [2 copies] -- Wear a white rose if you love me / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Geo. Schleiffarth -- We'll defend the starry flag on land and sea / words by J. Aldrich Libbey, music by Thos. H. West -- Whar de watermilyuns grow / words by Kate Slaughter McKinney, music by T.C. Calloway -- What is the use of loving a girl? (Unrequited love) / written & composed by Frank Leo -- What's the matter with the moon to night : from the musical "The mocking bird" / lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld, music by A. Baldwin Sloane [6 copies] -- When a lady leads the band / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Lee Orean Smith -- When Charlie plays the slide trombone / words by George V. Hobart, music by Mae Auwerda Sloane -- When I am yours, dear : from the musical "Sally in our alley" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Ludwig Englander -- When I touch him with my hoodooo bag / words and music by Ernest B. Lydick -- When it's all goin' out, and nothin' comin' in / words revised by James W. Johnson, words & music by [Bert] Williams & [George] Walker [2 copies] -- When Kate and I were coming thro' the rye / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [4 copies] -- When man is fancy free : from the musical "The sultan of Sulu" / words by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall -- When the band goes marching by / words and music by Chas. Shackford [2 copies] -- When the circus comes to town : from the musical "The wizard of Oz" / words by James O'Dea, music by Robert J. Adams -- When the fields are white with cotton / words by Robt. F. Roden, music by Max S. Witt [2 copies] -- When the leaves begin to fade / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Silvio S. Hein [2 copies] -- When the lilacs bloom again / words by Addison Burkhardt, music by W.C. Powell [2 copies] -- When the moon comes peeping o'er the hill : from the musical "A girl from Dixie" / words by Bob Cole, music by Rosamond Johnson -- When the troupe comes back to town : from the musical "Sally in our alley" / words by Geo. Totten Smith, Harry Von Tilzer -- When the winds o'er the sea blow a gale / words by Harlow Hyde, music by H.W. Petrie [8 copies] -- When the winter time comes round / words by Ren Shields, music by George Evans -- When you at last are mine : from the musical "The Prince of Pilsen" / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- When you come back they'll wonder who the - you are / by Paul Dresser -- When you love, love, love! : from the musical "The wizard of Oz" / words by L. Frank Baum, music by Paul Tietjens [2 copies] -- When your mother took my name long, long ago / words and music by Will R. Anderson -- Where the leaves are brown and gold / words by Maurice Jacobs, Harry Robinson, music by Nat Osborne -- Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold / words by Eva Fern Buckner, music by H.W. Petrie [5 copies] -- Which way did the angels go? / words by Herbert Power, music by Frank Bosely -- While o'le Mammie Jinnie's cap'rin' on the green / by Shepard N. Edmonds -- While the moon shines bright / words and music by Maurice Stonehill, Howard and Emerson -- Why keep me waiting / words by Edwin H. Deagon, music by Kittie Deagon -- The widow : from the musical "The Prince of Pilsen" / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- The winding of the yarn : from the play "A prince of tatters" / words by Sidney R. Ellis, music by Al H. Wilson -- With you / words by Wm. Richard Goodall, music by Margaret Kingore -- With you / words and music by Will Pratt -- Without thee / words by John A. Heinzman, music by Otto M. Heinzman [2 copies] -- The world of a star / words by Robert B. Hitchens & Harry B. Smith, music by Melville Ellis.
  • 1902, Y: Yale banner / words by E.L. Fox, [composed] by A.M. Hirsch -- Yearning / words by W.H. Roome, music by Maurice Arnold -- Years touch not the heart : from the musical "When Johnny comes marching home" / lyric by Stanislaus Stange, music by Julian Edwards -- Yet oh so many miles away / [by] Dallas C. Hawkes -- Yo-ho! Little girls, yo-ho! : from the musical "A country girl" / words by Adrian Ross, music by Lionel Monckton -- You are my star for I love you / words by Alice, music by Andrew Mack -- You can ne'er by mine again / words by Arthur Trevelyan, music by J.M. Bradford -- You couldn't hardly notice it at all / words by Vincet P. Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- You give me your love and I'll give you mine / words by L.A. Davis, music by M.J. Fitzpatrick -- You said good-night but meant good-bye / words by David B. Weinstein, music by Clarence Chapel -- You ere never introduced to me / words and music by Nathan Bivins -- You'll always be the same sweet girl to me / words by E.P. Moran, music by Maude Nugent -- You'll git dar - in de mornin'! / words by F.L. Stanton, music by H.T. Burleigh -- You're a shine / words and music by W.H. Long Jr. -- You're as welcome as the flowers in may / words & music by Dan J. Sullivan [2 copies] -- You're just a little old rag doll / words and music by Harry W. Nowell.
  • 1903, A: Across the bar / words & music by Richmond F. Hoyt -- Adelina, the boola girl / words by Chas. H. Lawrence, music arranged by Geo. L. Atwater Jr. -- Adios : from the musical "The tenderfoot" / lyric by Richard Carle, music by H.L. Heartz -- After business hours : from the musical "The office boy" / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Englander -- Ain't dat an awful feeling! / by Smith & Bowman -- The "a la mode" girl : from the musical "Manselle Napoleon" / lyric by Joseph Herbert, music by Gustav Luders -- Ain't it funny what a difference just a few hours make : from the musical "The Yankee consul" / words by Henry M. Blossom Jr., music by Alfred G. Robyn [2 copies] -- Alagazam / by Abe Holzmann -- All is not lost / by Harvey A. Fuller, arr. by J.M. Thompson -- All right / words by Jefferson De Angelis, music by Alfred R. Dalby -- All the girls are lov-er-ly-ov-er-ly / written by John P. Harrington, composed by T.W. Thurban -- Alone / words and music by Lee Johnson -- Although I am a soldier I prefer a private life : from the musical "The silver slipper" / by M. Melvile Ellis -- Always in the way / words and music by Chas. K. Harris, arr. by Jos. Clauder [18 copies] -- American beauty : from the musical "The Rogers Bros. in London" / words & music by Max Hoffman -- Anona / by Vivian Grey (Miss Mabel McKinley) [2 copies] -- At the concert in the park / words by Jos. C. Farrell, music by Henry Frantzen -- At the seaside : from the musical "A princess of Kensington" / words by C.H. Bovill, music by Ernest Shand [2 copies] -- At the Susquehanna's bend / words by Chas. H. Eddy, music by C. Fred Danielson, arr. by Chas. R. Hirst.
  • 1903, B (beginning): Barney : from the musical "Mrs. Delany of Newport" / by Ed Rogers [2 copies] -- The basement stair / by Arena A. Kern -- Bashful Jane / words by Jos. C. Farrell, music by Henry Frantzen -- Be kind to poor Pierrot : from the musical "Babette" / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Be the sunlight of my heart / words by Roy L. McCardell, music by Louis G. Muniz -- Beautiful dreamy eyes / words by W.H. Wallis, music by Fred Terry [2 copies] -- Bedelia / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz [8 copies] -- The beer that made Milwaukee famous : from the musical "Mr. Bluebeard / words and music by Dan McAvoy -- Belinda on the line : from the musical "The school girl" / words by Paul A. Rubens, music by Leslie Stuart -- Beneath the palms of paradise : from the musical "The fisher maiden" / lyric by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Harry Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- Bessie / words by Eddie Leonard, music by Otto & John Heinzman -- Bill was there! / words and music by Ren Shields -- Billy Gray, U.S.A., O.K. / by [Will D.] Cobb & [Leo] Edwards -- Birdie : from the musical "Peggy from Paris" / words by Barrington Kidd, music by J.A. Raynes.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 16
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 16.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1902-1903.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 16
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