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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 9.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 9.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1899.

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reel 9 [1899 Hannah-1899 She knew]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 9 reel 9 [1899 Hannah-1899 She knew]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
  • Hannah! (I want my Hannah) / words & music by E.H. Pendleton -- Has anybody seen our cat? : from "The messenger boy" / written & composed by T.W. Connor, additional verses by James T. Powers [2 copies] -- He calls me his own Grace Darling / written and composed by Lawrence Barclay -- He sent me back to you / words by Wm. E. Browning, music by Sheppard Camp -- He took a little trip across the bay / words and music by Carroll Carrington, arranged instrumentally by Alice Carrington -- Hearts and flowers (Coeurs et fleurs) / words by Mary D. Brine, music by Theo. Moses-Tobani [2 copies] -- Hello ma baby : from the motion picture "I wonder who's kissing her now" / by Howard and Emerson [2 copies] -- Hello ma baby / by Howard and Emerson [2 copies] -- Hello ma baby / by Joseph E. Howard and Ida Emerson -- Hello, ma ragtime gal (Hello, my ragtime gal) / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Max Dreyfus -- Her name is Rose / words by Irene Franklin, music by Harry Von Tilzer [4 copies] -- Here's to the rose / poem by Wm. Richard Goodall, music by H. Sylvester Krouse -- Here's to your eyes sweetheart / words by Elsie Reasoner, music by Frieda Fay Foster -- Hey! there, Mame! / words by Will A. Heelan, music by George Hamilton [3 copies] -- His rag-time walk won the prize / words & music by Nathan Bivins -- The home of the girl I love / written and composed by Howard Graham and Monroe H. Rosenfeld [2 copies] -- Honey let me share with you your home / words & music by Jennie Joyce Daly -- The Honolulu dance / by Max Hoffman -- Hope on! / music by Manuel Klein -- Hope on! / music by Richard Field and Manuel Klein -- How I lubs dat gal ob mine / words & music by Evelyn Moulton -- A hymn of Thanksgiving / [by] Fanny J. Crosby [and] Ira D. Sankey.
  • I ain't got no happy home to leave / written & composed by J. Fred Helf -- I ain't seen no messenger boy / words and music by Nathan Bivins -- I can't forget how dearly I have loved her / words by W. Murdoch Lind, music by Leo E. Berliner -- I can't see ma money go dat a-way / words & music by Nathan Bivins -- I couldn't spell that word because I love you / words and music by J. Fred Helf & Geo. B. Alexander -- I couldn't stand to see my baby lose / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards [4 copies] -- I don't care if I never wake up / words and music by Paul J. Knox, arranged by Lewis Reiterman -- I don't care to be your lady friend no more : from the play "Sister Mary" / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- I don't understand Rag-time / words & music by Irving Jones, arr. by W.H. Tyers -- I don't want no Jonah hangin' round / words & music by Hughie Cannon -- I got another man to change my name / words by Jack Allison, music by William Penn -- I haven't changed my mind since then / words by Gene Jefferson, music by Bob Irving [2 copies] -- I hope she's doing well / words and music by James Thornton -- I long to see the old home once again / words by R.H. Brennen, music by Pauline B. Story -- I love ma babe / words & music by Andrew B. Sterling [2 copies] -- I love you / words by Arthur Trevelyan, music by Sigfrid Stenhammar -- I love you and you love me / words & music by Dave Marion -- I shall leave the old gate always open / words by Frank D. Pease, music by A.C. Manning -- I wants my Hannah / by Al Johns -- I wish I was back on Broadway / written by Raymond A. Browne, composed by William H. Penn -- I wonder if she's waiting / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [7 copies] -- I wonder where she is tonight / words and music by Paul Dresser [2 copies] -- I won't play second fiddle to no yaller gal / words by Jos. W. Standish, music by J.A. Silberberg -- I would give the world to see my dear old home / words & music by Charles Clinton Clark -- I'd leave ma happy home for you / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Harry Von Tilzer [12 copies] -- I'd like to hear that song again / words by Gene Jefferson, music by Bob Irving [7 copies] -- I'd like to have a photograph of that : from the musical "Papa's wife" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Reginald De Koven -- If / words by Raymond A. Browne, music by William H. Penn -- If all the girls were like you / words by Howard Graham, music by Charles Graham -- If all the stars were mine / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg [4 copies] -- If I thought you loved another (it would break my heart I know) / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by Alfred Solman -- If I were you / words and music by Cissie Loftus -- If only you were mine : from the musical "The singing girl" / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert [3 copies] -- If you forget / words by F.E. Weatherly, music by Clara M. Schleiffarth -- I'll be your friend just the same / by S.R. Henry -- I'll be your sweetheart (Bluebells) / words and music by Harry Dacre [4 copies] -- I'll love you 'till I die : from the musical "The telephone girl" / words & music by Wm. T. Francis -- I'm always glad to see you when you'll buy / words by Geo. Totten Smith, music by A.B. Sloane -- I'm glad dat face didn't grow on me / words by Tom Daley, music by Gus Edwards -- I'm glad I met you, Mary / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld, theme by Howard Graham -- I'm happy when I'm by ma baby's side / words by Dan Evans, music by Chas. B. Ward -- I'm livin' easy / words and music by Irving Jones -- I'm making a bid for popularity / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- I'm nothing but a big wax doll / words and music by Malcolm Williams -- Imogene / words and music by Thomas E. Ffrench [2 copies] -- In an old New England village by the sea / words & music by George L. Spaulding [2 copies] -- In dear old London : from the musical "By the sad sea waves" / words by J. Sherry Mathews, music by Gustav Luders -- In dreams I think of Thee / words by W. Murdoch Lind, music by W. Sheppard Camp -- In fancy you are ever by my side / words by Jos. W. Standish, music by J.A. Silberberg -- In good old New York town / [by] Paul Dresser -- In old Ben Franklin's days : from the musical "The Ameer" / lyrics by Frederic Ranken, music by Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- In jail on Easter morn / words and music by J.W. Stanistreet -- In the shadow of the Carolina hills / words by George Taggart, music by Max S. Witt -- In the shadow of the Rockies / by Gene Jefferson and Bob Irving -- In the vale of Chilhowee / words by Fred G. Raymond, music by Harry S. Marion -- An innocent young maid : from the musical "The Rogers Brothers in Wall Street" / lyric by Richard Carle, music by Richard Carle and Maurice Levi [2 copies] -- Irish swell : from the play "A romance of Athlone" / words and music by Chauncey Olcott [3 copies] -- Is yo' goin' to frow yo' baby down / words by Karl Kennett, music by Lyn Udall -- I'se a picking my company now / words & music by Nathan Bivins [2 copies] -- It may be that she loves you just the same / words & music by Harry Freeman -- It's a hot combination / words and music by Fred. C. Farrell -- It's only a portrait of mother / words and music by Barney Fagan -- I've been dreaming of you baby / words by Harry B. Smith and F.J. Sloane, music by A.B. Sloane -- I've found you, honey, found you, now be mine / by Gustave Luders -- I've gone out for the day, or, I adore another / written by George A. Stevens, composed by Felix McGlennon -- I've got another baby / words and music by Frank David -- I've got chicken on the brain / words and music by Elmer Bowman -- I've got money locked up in a vault / by Irving Jones, revised by [Bert] Williams and [George] Walker -- I've just received a telegram from baby / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- I've lost ma baby! / by Howard & Emerson -- I've waited, honey, waited long for you / words and music by George A. Nichols [7 copies].
  • Jes' ma li'l' black lamb / words & music by Alice Johnson -- Just a little spray of heather bells / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Geo. Hamilton -- Just as the day light was breaking / words by Karl Kennett, music by Lyn Udall -- Just as the twilight died / written by E. Carl Litsey, composed by Sam C.H. Johnston -- Just tell her that I loved her too / words and music by Chas. K. Harris, arr. by Jos. Clauder [2 copies] -- Kate of Kilkenny / words and music by Augusta Howe Chambers -- Killarney / by M.W. Balfe -- King Gilhooly / words by Edgar Smith, music by John Stromberg -- The kissing bug / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Kittie Moore / written and composed by Leo W. Wright -- The lady with the auburn hair / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Max Dreyfus -- A large front room on Broadway / words & music by John & Harry Dillon -- Leave your razors at the door / words by Dave Reed Jr., music by Chas. B. Ward -- Let me go back chillun / words & music by Minnie F. Howard -- Licorice Lize : from the musical "The Rogers Brothers on Wall St." / words & music by Richard Carle -- Little black me / [by] Thurland Chattaway [3 copies] -- The little dickey-birds : from the musical "In gay Paree" / words by Grant Stewart, music by Ludwig Englander -- The little poster maid : from the musical "The Ameer" / lyrics by Frederic Ranken, music by Victor Herbert -- The little room where baby used to sleep / words by Harry Ward, music by Roy L. Burtch -- Little rose in the garden of love / words and music by Joseph J. Huether -- The little tin soldier army / words and music by W.T. Francis -- Little yaller Lou / words & music by Maud Evelyn Moulton -- Liza, Liza, I'll mesmerize her / words and music by E. Nattes -- A long time ago / words by Jos. W. Standish, music by Chas. Moreland -- Look here Mr. Yaller Man / words by Deas and Wilson, music by John Larkins, arr. by Wm. H. Tyers -- Look out for the hoodoo-doo-doo man / by Geo Evans -- Louisiana from Havana / words by Frank T. Faircloth, music by Isidore Fenster -- Louisiana Lize / composed by Bob Cole, words and music edited by J.W. & Rosamond Johnson [4 copies] -- Love is a mixture : from the musical "The smugglers of Badayez" / lyrics by Frederic Ranken, music by Giack Minkowski -- Love is tyrant (so I bid you beware) : from the musical "The singing girl" / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- Love letters (Louisette) : from the musical "In gay Paree" / words by Grant Stewart, music by Ludwig Englander -- Love letters (Louisette) : from the musical "The rounders" / words by Grant Stewart, music by Ludwig Englander -- Lovers lane / by Barney Fagan, arr. by Max Hoffmann -- Love's hour / words by Arthur Benington, music by Tibor Reményi -- The luckiest coon in town / by Bob Cole and Billy Johnson.
  • Ma baby girl / words and music by Howard & Emerson, arranged by Max Hoffman -- Ma Filipino babe / words and music by Chas. K. Harris, arranged by Jos. Clauder -- Ma lady Lu / words by Chas. W. Doty, music by Edwin S. Brill [7 copies] -- Ma love divine, ma Caroline / words & music by Wm. D. Hall -- Maisie / words by Arthur Augustus Powers, music by Donald MacGregor -- Mamie Dooley / words by C.W. Young, music by Billee Taylor -- Mamie Farrell / words by Lew Umber, music by Ed. Deveau -- Mammy's kinky-headed coon / written & composed by Harry Von Tilzer -- The man behind the gun : from the musical "Three little lambs" / [words by R.A. Barnet], [music by] Edward W. Corliss -- Mandy from Mandalay / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- Mandy Lee / words & music by Thurland Chattaway [7 copies] -- Many years ago : from the play "A romance of Athlone" / words and music by Chauncey Olcott [2 copies] -- Marjolaine / [by] Brownie Hover -- Mary Lou / words and music by E.S. Jessup -- Mary was a housemaid : from the play "Sister Mary" / words by W.H. Risque, music by Napoleon Lambelet -- Maud : from the burlesque "Hurly burly" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- The medicine man / by [Bert] Williams & [George] Walker, arr. by W.H. Tyers -- Memories / words and music by Louise Tunison -- A message / words by James Smith, music by Celia Cooney -- Mesmerize Magee (Dope song) : from the musical "A reign of error" / words & music by M.M. Ellis -- The mick who threw the brick / words by William Cahill Davies, music by Chas. Bennett Lawlor -- Midnight serenade : from the play "Sister Mary" / word by Glen McDonough, music by Cissie Loftus [2 copies] -- Miss Virginia / words by Gene Jefferson, music by Bob Irving [3 copies] -- The moth and the flame / words by George Taggart, composed by Max S. Witt -- Mother doesn't know I'm coming home / words and chorus melody by Raymond A. Browne -- Mother, queen of home / words by Raymond A. Browne, music by Charles Coleman -- A mother's cradle song / [by] J. Hallett Gilberte -- Mother's darling yet / words and music by Halbert L. Hoard -- My bed is like a little boat : rocking song : from the play "Sister Mary" / words by Robert Louis Stevenson, music by Cissie Loftus [2 copies] -- My Black Bess / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- My blackbird / words and music by Barney Fagan -- My California rosebud / words & music by Wm. M. Grant -- My darling's eyes / words by Helen Gray Barbour, music by P. Daunt Scott -- My dolly's lullaby / words & music by Alb. H. Fitz -- My dream of love / words by John Allen, music by Geo. Schleiffarth -- My Filipino baby / words and music by J.G. Dewey -- My gal has left me / by Howard & Emerson, arr. by Max Hoffmann -- My gal Viola / words & music by Joseph Hart -- My Georgia lady-love / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Howard & Emerson -- My girl is the pride of the neighbourhood / by Paul Barnes -- My girl's true blue / by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- My Hannah lady, whose black baby is you / words and music by Dave Reed Jr. [7 copies] -- My Honolulu Queen / words by James O'Dea, music by William Penn [3 copies] -- My Jane / words by Rene, music by Lee Orean Smith -- My Josephine / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg -- My little blue eyed Sue / words by Tom Daley, music by Gus Edwards -- My little Georgia rose / words by Robert F. Roden, music by Max S. Witt [8 copies] -- My little 'lasses candy coon / words and music by Nat D. Mann [3 copies] -- My mother's old daguerreotype / words by Herbert Lynn, music by Grace Walker -- My old New England home / words & music by S.J. Canham, arr. by Sophus Jergensen -- My old time girl / words by R.B. Cassin, music by Sidney Horner -- My old Westchester home among the maples : from the play "Fun in a green room" / words and music by Wm. B. Gray -- My own Manila Sue / words by Earl Way, music by Herbert Dillea -- My Philippino pearl / [by] A.N. Hall -- My queen and me / words by Malle Little, music by Louis M. Pritzkow -- My queen Irene / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton [2 copies] -- My rainbow bride / words by Glen MacDonough, music by Ignacio Martinetti [2 copies] -- My Southern rose / words and music by W.R. Williams -- My Sunday Girl : from the musical "The man in the moon" / words by Stanislaus Stange & Louis Harrison, music by Gustave Kerker -- My Susie-Anna from Louisiana / words by Tom McGuire, music by Sid. L. Perrin -- My sweetheart Janie / words and music by Arthur Dunn -- My watermelon boy / words and music by Malcolm Williams -- My wild Irish rose : from the play "A romance of Athlone" / words and music by Chauncey Olcott [6 copies]
  • New York girl / words by Thurland Chattaway, music by Thurland Chattaway and Ben M. Jerome [2 copies] -- New York girl / -- A New York girl is good enough for me / words by Pierce Kingsley, music by Herman Berl -- No more will I ever be your baby / [by] Ernest Hogan -- Nora Bell / words by Edward Kelly, music by James Alvin Fairfield -- Oh! Days of yore : from "A dangerous maid" / words by Sidney Rosenfeld, music by L. Sprowacker -- Oh, such a business / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by Gus Edwards -- Olcott's lullaby : from the play "A romance of Athlone" / words and music by Chauncey Olcott -- The old farm house on the hill / words and music by J.W. Lerman [2 copies] -- Old Jasper's cake walk / words and music by Saint Suttle -- The old New England farm of other days / words by Wm. Curtis Stiles, music by William Furst -- On the Day that Dewey comes home. / words and music by Joe Hayden, arranged by Lee Johnson -- Once more take me to "Virginny" / words by Harry Melvin, music by J.W. Wheeler -- One little word to mother / words and music by Joseph Arthur -- One love, the only one / words & music by John F. Leonard -- One night in June / words and music by Chas. K. Harris, arr. by Jos. Clauder [7 copies] -- Only a dream / words by Jack Everett Fay, music by James B. Oliver [2 copies] -- Only a hundred girls : from the musical "The Rounders" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Englander [2 copies] -- The only girl I e'er did love / written by M.A. Dilson, composed by J.A. MacDonald -- The only way / words by Robert F. Roden, music by Max S. Witt [2 copies] -- Oo Lee Long / by George Evans -- The other page is missing (You'll have to guess the rest) / word by Glen MacDonough, music by A.B. Sloane -- Over the hills to Sunlight town / poem by Arthur Law, music by Kate Vannah
  • Papa, mama, kiss and be friends / words by Charles A. Wilson, music by Leo. E. Berliner -- A picture no artist can paint / words & music by J. Fred Helf [3 copies] -- Playing on de golden strings : from the musical "A hot old time" / words and music by Samuel H. Speck -- Pliny, come kiss yo' baby / words and music by Dave Reed Jr. [6 copies] -- The polka is the dance for me / words by Arthur Trevelyan, music by Theodore Wenzlik -- Polly, I love but you / words and music by George Cantlie, arr. by Hans. S. Liné -- The prayer we said together, you and I / words and music by E.J. Boyle -- Pretty Minnie Clare / words & music by Leo Feist -- Pretty pansies / by Anita Owen -- The pride of the pier / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- Priscilla / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Geo. Schleiffarth -- Pumping the pump, pump, pump / words by Harry Dillon, music by John Dillon, arr. by H.D. Heald -- Put my little toys away / words by Arthur Trevelyan, music by P.M. Garrett -- The queen of Bohemia / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- The queen of Charcoal Alley / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Howard & Emerson [2 copies]
  • A rabbi's daughter / words and music by Chas. K. Harrris, arranged by Jos. Clauder [2 copies] -- Rastus surely loves me : from the musical "The man in the moon" / words by George Waugh Arnold, music by Frederic Solomon [2 copies] -- Rauss mit Ihm / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- The reg'lar army man / words by H.A. Barr, music by Mason Gill -- Rhoda and her pagoda : from the musical "San Toy" / words by Adrian Ross, music by Lionel Monckton [2 copies] -- The river of peace / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- Rosie Carey / words and music by Lee Johnson -- Rosey, Rosey, just supposey / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Max Dreyfus -- The Rounders' song : from the musical "The Rounders" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Englander -- Ruby / words by J.J. Lonsdale, music by Viringia Gabriel -- The salt of the sea for me / words and music by Arthur A. Penn -- Same old story, nothing new : from the musical "The Rounders" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Englander -- Samee gamee : from the musical "San Toy" / words by Harry Greenbank & Adrian Ross, music by Sidney Jones -- San Francisco Sadie / words and music by Geo. M. Cohan -- Say, Suz! How 'bout you? / words & music by Geo. Thatcher -- Say you love me Sue / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg -- The sermon Deacon Vandewater preached / by Wm. B. Gray -- She has only changed her name / words and music by Claude E. Range -- She is a sensible girl : from "Fritz in a mad house" / words & music by Hary Dacre -- She knew a lobster when she saw one / words by E.M. Skinner, music by A.B. Sloane.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 9
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 9.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1899.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 9
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