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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 4.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 4.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1895-1896.

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reel 4 [1895 Caprice-1896 Going]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 4 reel 4 [1895 Caprice-1896 Going]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
  • 1895, C-I: Caprice / written by Edw. B. Marks ; composed by George Rosey -- Cast aside / by Chas. K. Harris [2 copies] -- The chair that rocked us all / words by Carrie Ellis Breck ; music and refrain by Grant Colfax Tullar -- The chimes of Trinity / words and music by M.J. Fitzpatrick [3 copies] -- College Cuts cigarettes / [words by harry Emmet ; composed by Tom Clark] -- Come my beloved, come / words by Florence A. Jones ; music by Franz Wald -- Come my honey, I'se got money / by Dave Reed, Jr. -- Coming from church on Sunday / words and music by Dave Reed, Jr. -- Conquered / words by Clifton Bingham ; music by Ed. St. Quentin -- The coon with the big white spot : from the musical "Gentleman Joe" / written and composed by Frank J. Gurney -- Darling Mabel / words and music by W.P. Chase -- De possum-a-la / words and music by Harry Ward -- The deacon went astray : from the musical "Little Robinson Crusoe" / words and music by Lester Bodine and E.H. Packard -- Dear Annette / written by Jno. J. Gilligan ; composed by Jos. M. Schwertl -- Dear golden days / words by Walter H. Ford ; music by Edgar Strakosch -- Dear old wife and I / words and music by Edwin G. Anderson -- Dennie Murphy's daughter Nell (Denny Murphy's daughter Nell) / words and music by Chas. E. Baer [2 copies] -- Dimes and nickels / words and music by Chas. Fremont -- Dollie Doon / words by May Campbell ; music by Robt. W. Edwards -- Dolly's mamma / words by Geo. W. Day ; music by Wm. H. Nelson [2 copies] -- Don't be shy / [words and music] by Richard Voss -- Don't run down a woman! / arranged by Harry Henneman ; Wm. B. Glenroy -- Dooley's wedding : from the musical "Myles Aroon" / [music by] Andrew Mack ; [words by Thos. Le Mack] -- Dora Dean / words and music by Bert A. Williams -- Doris, the village maiden / composed by Geo. Maywood [2 copies] -- Dorothy Drew / words by Chas. Willis ; music by Claude Perrier -- Down at Ephram Johnston's / [words by] Leontine Stanfield ; [music by Frank J. Webbe] -- A dream / [by] J.C. Bartlett -- Dream of the ball / by W.H. Krell [2 copies] -- Dreams of my own land / words and music by Douglas Dean -- The Elbe / by G.E. Beale, Jr. ; arr. By F.D. Cure -- Eena, meena, mina, mo / by Safford Waters -- Evening in Spain / words by Frederic Lyster ; music by Emil. Katzenstein -- Every nigger had a lady but me / words and music by Karl St. Clair -- The forgotten you / words by Oscar A. Mueller, music by Fred. Simpson -- Four fingers and a thumb / words and music by Eldred Powel -- Francis Dale / words and music by John Butler -- The game of wedding ring / words by H. Ottes, music by E. Boettger -- Games we used to play / written by Edw. B. Marks ; composed by Jos. W. Stern [2 copies] -- Gay Pierrot / words and frontispiece by Harry Vernon ; music by George Rareshide -- The girl I'm going to marry / words by Arthur Trevelyan ; music by Theo. Wenzlik -- The girl next door / words and music by Will H. Friday, Jr. -- The girl with a true Irish heart / words by Chas. L. Halberstadt ; music by Otto M. Heinzman -- Girls of three nations / by Percy Gaunt -- A good-by kiss at the door / words and music by Ashleigh Turner -- Goodbye, sweet Anna Lee! / words and music by Charles Davis Brown -- Goodness gracious children : from the plays "Coon Hollow" and "In old Kentucky" / words by Chas. L. Halberstadt ; music by Otto M. Heinzman -- Grace O'Moore / written and composed by Max S. Witt -- Grandpa's only sweetheart / words by Leona S. Stahl ; music by Richard Stahl -- Hasten to return, lad / words by Will H. Whiting ; music by Will D. Ammermann -- Hello McGee! / words by Geo. J. Whitaker ; music by H.W. Petrie -- Henrietta! Have you met her? / words by Walter H. Ford ; music by John W. Bratton -- Her mem'ry brings me no regret / words by Howard Graham ; music by Chas. Graham [2 copies] -- Hi [i.e. Hey] diddle diddle / by Richard Voss -- His legs are assorted sizes : from the play "The widow Jones" / words by Lawrence J. Sheehan ; music by Geo. H. Wilder -- His parlor may not be the grandest, or, A workingman's home / words and music by Harry S. Miller -- Hold your head up Patsy McGann / words and music by Felix McGlennon -- A home for two / words and music by Lester Bodine and E.H. Packard -- Honey does you love your man : from the play "Gentleman Joe" / [words by Walter H. Ford ; music by John W. Bratton] [2 copies] -- I have no sweetheart but you / words by Malcolm Douglas ; music by Edwin F. Kendall -- I love / words by Ike Stone ; music by Beatrice M. Hinds -- I love him only : from the musical "An artist's model" / words by Harry Greenbank ; music by Sidney Jones -- I love my honey yes I do : from the play "The widow Jones" / by Will. C. Carleton -- I love you : from the musical "The 20th century girl" / [words] by Sydney Rosenfeld ; music by Ludwig Engländer -- I love you both / words and music by Harry von Tilzer -- I love you Evaline : from the burlesque " Excelsior Jr." / words by R.A. Barnet ; music by Geo. L. Tracy -- I love you more and more / words and music by Chas. Shackford -- I love you yet / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- I loved you better than you knew / by Johnny Carroll -- I never could understand / words and music by W.P. Chase -- I want yer, ma honey / words and music by Fay Templeton [4 copies] -- I went to Paris with Papa / words and music by Leslie Stewart -- I will give you the keys of heaven / [by L.E.B.] -- I'd like to be like grandma / words by Arthur Trevelyan ; music by H.W. Petrie -- If hearts could only speak / by John T. Kelly [2 copies] -- If I were only pretty / words by Harry C. Clyde ; music by H.C. Verner -- If I were only rajah, or, The tired clerk's lament / words by A.F. Underhill ; music by Otis R. White -- If they'd only write and ask me to come home / words and music by Harry S. Miller -- If this be love : from the revue "The passing show" / written and composed by Edward J. Abram -- I'll not go out with Riley anymore / words and music by Harry S. Miller -- I'm sorry that I did! / words by Winnie Black, music by H.W. Petrie -- In dreamland : from the musical "The wizard of the Nile" / [words] by Harry B. Smith, [music by] Victor Herbert -- In love too young / by Wm. Rozier Daughtry -- In the name of McCann / words by Chas.W. Arnold ; music by Dave Fitzgibbon -- In the shadow of the pines / music by G.O. Lang ; words by Hattie Lummis [2 copies] -- Irish lad's wooing : from the play "Myles Aroon" / [by] Andrew Mack -- It's my sister you want, not me : from the musical "McCarthy's mishaps" / words and music by Alb. H. Fitz.
  • 1895, J-R: Joe, Joe, my Josephine / by Thos. M. Bowers -- Johnny Reilly's girl / words by J. Whitcomb Reilly ; music by Alfred T. Brisebois -- Just a plain American girl / arranged by Max Hoffmann ; words and music by Dave Marion -- Just in the same old way / words by Earle Remington ; music by Raymon Moore -- Just tell them that you saw me / by Paul Dresser [2 copies] -- Kiss your Liza on de ruby lips / words by George H. Emerick ; music by Herbert Dillea -- Kitty / by Andrew Mack -- Let me kiss your tears away / words by J. Zimmerman ; music by G. J. Couchois [2 copies] -- Life's lullaby / words and music by Gerald Lane -- Little baby / words and music by Harry S. Miller -- Little Billee's sweetheart / words by J. Sherman Bristol ; music by S.V. Engali -- The little boat that went away to sea / words and music by Charles Graham -- Little boy blue / poem by Eugene Field ; music by Charles D. Hoard -- Little Daisy with the dimple, or, I wonder why : from the musical "An artist's model" / words by Harry Greenbank ; music by Sidney Jones -- Little Jim / words by J.F. Fleming ; music by Noah Brandt -- The little mad'moiselle / words and music by Leslie Stewart -- Little Red Riding Hood, or, Cupid's love / words by Willard Barton ; music by Ignacio Martinetti -- Little stranger : from the play "The rising generation" / composed by Emil O. Wolff -- Looking for a bully / written and composed by Jos. E. Howard -- Love has bound our hearts / Harry R. Zickel -- Love ne'er came nigh : from the musical "Prince Ananias" / libretto by Francis Neilson ; music by Victor Herbert -- Love's language / by Will H. Thompson -- Ma says I can't go for a ride / words and music by Fred. R. Howe -- Mack's swing song : from the play "Myles Aroon" / [by] Andrew Mack -- Maggie my own : from the play "Myles Aroon" / [by] Andrew Mack -- Mamie Callahan / [by] Chas. H. Hopper -- Mary's the girl for me / written and composed by Dave Marion -- Maym, Maym, come tell me that you love me / written and composed by Nat. D. Mann -- Memory / words and music by Kate Vanderpoel -- The midnight serenade / words and music by Frieda Cohen -- More work for the undertaker / words by Burton and Brookes ; music by Fred W. Leigh -- Mother's birthday / words and music by George J. App -- A mother's love's the sweetest love of all / [by] Dick Naylor -- Mother's maxims : from the play "The Alsatian" / words and music by Chas. T. Ellis -- My Angeline : from the musical "The wizard of the Nile" / libretto by Harry B. Smith ; music by Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- My best girl's a New Yorker : from the musical "Fortuna" / written and composed by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- My comrade and playmate / by Chas. F. Vann -- My Dan / by Kate Vanderpoel -- My dad's the engineer / by Chas. Graham [2 copies] -- My daddy's a dear old man / written and composed by Ed. Rogers -- My dream of you / words by Henry Vaughan ; words by Paul Rodney [2 copies] -- My first and only love : from the musical "A contented woman" / words and music by Richard Stahl -- My little Lucy Lane / words by Harry Graves ; music by M. Bernard -- My little secret / written and composed by Franc L. Grannis -- My little sister Jennie / words and music by Arthur J. West -- My little Sunday girl / words and music by Alfred Baldwin Sloane -- My little Sunday girl : from the musical "Excelsior Jr." / words and music by Alfred Baldwin Sloane -- My little sweetheart, Jess / written by W. A. Archibold, composed by Felix McGlennon -- My little sweetheart, Katie / words and music by Fred. J. Bunde -- My little sweetheart, May / words and music by Gertrude R. Spellan -- My mamma won't let me come out / words by Geo. Cooper, music by Alice Gertrude Cady -- My mammy's lullaby / words and music by Alb. H. Fitz [2 copies] -- My Polly / written by George Cooper ; composed by Wm. Nelson -- My sweet forget-me-not / song by A. Crowley -- Nelly Casey's roof / written and composed by Albert J. Golding -- The new Bully : from the play "The widow Jones" / music by Joseph E. Howard -- New Year Bells / words and music by Alf. Hampton -- A night at the play / words and music by Fred. J. Hamill -- Norah : from the play "The Wicklow postman" / words by Albert Hall ; music by Eugene O'Rourke -- Oh, Mr. Hitchin / written by W.H. Archbold and Monroe H. Rosenfeld ; composed by Felix McGlennon -- Oh, my! Jonah! / by Frank Addis Kent -- Oh! Uncle John / words and music by Felix McGlennon [2 copies] -- The oath at the altar / words by Chas. Baswitz ; music by Dox Cruger -- The old church bell / words by Geo. H. Emerick ; music by Herbert Dillea -- On Broadway : from the musical "The 20th century girl" / words by Sydney Rosenfeld ; music by Ludwig Engländer -- One day in May / words and music by Will E. Nankeville -- On the docks around New York / words and music by M.K. Ahrens -- Only a fallen angel / words and music by Chas. Archer -- Only an east side girl / words by Chas. L. Halbertstadt ; music by Otto M. Heinzman -- Only one girl in the world for me / written and composed by David Marion [4 copies] -- Only a rosebud / words and music by Carrie Roma [2 copies] -- O'Reilly, O'Kelly, O'Fogarty / words and music by J.P. Skelly -- Ould plaid shawl / words by Francis A. Fahy ; music by William F. Glancy -- Our bazaar / written by Albert Chevalier & Brian Daly ; composed by Bond Andrews -- Our old blind mule / words and music by Bobby Mack -- Papa's lullabye, or, Sleep, baby sleep / words and music by Abbie A. Ford -- La pas ma la / words and music by Ernest Hogan -- The pastor's resignation / words and music by Gussie L. Davis -- Pat Malone forgot that he was dead / words by Harry C. Clide ; music by Jas. J. Sweeney -- Pat Wiley's old back stoop / words by William Lewis Elliott ; music by Theo. H. Northrup -- Petite Marguerite / words and music by Ada Louise Paley -- Piccadilly Johnny with the little glass eye / written and composed by Harry B. Norris [6 copies] -- The picture in my dream / words and music by Ed. P. Kline -- Please, Mister Santa Claus, don't forget me : from the play "The Alsatian" / words and music by Chas. T. Ellis -- Pretty Clara Murphy / words and music by Dennis Mackin -- Pretty Mamie Carey / words and music by Walter Hawley -- Pretty Margaret / by A.E.M. Busch -- The promise / words and music by W.A. Benjamin -- Put me off at Buffalo : from the musical "A trip to Chinatown" / words by Harry Dillon ; music by John Dillon -- Risen indeed / words by F.G. Burroughs ; music by E. Marzo -- Roguish little Mary / words and music by Barney Fagan.
  • 1895, S-Z: She's all the world to me / words by Max Steinle ; music by Johnnie Donigan -- She's good enough for me / words and music by W.R. Williams -- She's just a little working girl / words and music by John H. Trayne -- Since Trilby came to town / words and music b W.C. Parker -- The singer in the gallery / words and music by H.A. Mayo -- Some danced the lancers / words by Lester Barrett, music by Lester Thomas [2 copies] -- The songs of long ago / words by Emile Pickhardt ; music by Richard Ferber -- Star light, star bright : from the musical "The wizard of the Nile" / libretto by Harry B. Smith ; music by Victor Herbert -- The stars alone can tell : from the musical "Aladdin Jr." / by Jesse Williams -- Stick to your work like a man / by George V. Leigh -- Sticks from the wood-box memory / words by Chas. W. Arnold ; music by Dave Fitzgibbon -- Stop that noise / words and music by David Marion -- The story of Jack and Jill : from the burlesque "Thrilby" / [by] Frederic Solomon -- The stranger's story / words and music by E.T. Paull -- Streets of Cairo, or, The poor little country maid / written and composed by James Thornton [2 copies] -- Strolling on the beach / words and music by W.H. Krell -- The sunshine of Paradise Alley / words by Walter H. Ford ; music by John W. Bratton [4 copies] -- The swallows / words by Clifton Bincham ; music by Frederic H. Cowen -- Sweet Elsie / words and music by De Witt Marle -- Sweet Kathleen / words and music by W.R. Williams -- Sweetheart May / words and music by Leslie Stuart -- Sweethearts again / words and music by Charles Graham -- Swingin' in de sky / by Edith Kingsley -- Sweet little Rosey-Posey / words and music by Harry Dacre -- The teacher and the boy / words by Edw. B. Marks ; music by Jos. W. Stern [2 copies] -- That's often done / words and music by Ed. Rogers -- There was no bridegroom there / written and composed by G.L. Spaulding -- Their heads nestle[d] closer together / words by Wal Pink ; music by George Le Brunn [2 copies] -- There'll come a time / words and music by Chas. K. Harris [6 copies] -- There's always a welcome from Grandma / words and music by Herbert H. Taylor -- There's many a girl / words by Juliet Wilbor Tompkins ; music by Gilbert Tompkins -- The time will come : from the musical "Prince Ananias" / words by Fred. Dixon ; music by Victor Herbert [4 copies] -- The toy duet : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank ; music by Sidney Jones -- A transplanted shamrock / words by Juliet Wilbor Tompkins ; music by Gilbert Tompkins -- Trilby / words and music by M. DeMartha -- Trilby / words by John Kendrick Bangs ; music by Frances I. Hulette -- Trilby will be true : from the musical "An artist's model" / written and composed by Leslie Stuart -- True love / composed by Chas. B. Ward [2 copies] -- Turn not a beggar away from your door / words and music by Pauline Brutting Story -- Twas a sad trip coming back / words and music by Gussie L. Davis -- T'will not be long sweetheart / music by Otto Frey ; words by R. Leo Van der Naillen -- Under the apple tree / words and music by Duke Earle -- Up with the flag! / words by E. Wilson, music by John Hyatt Brewer -- Watching for their boy / words and music by John H. Trayne -- Way down Coon Hollow : from the play "Coon Hollow" / written and composed by Hattie Starr -- We have been friends together / words by Caroline Norton, music by B. Henry Noble -- What makes the grass grow, sister? / words by Francis Forrester, music by Arnold Somlyo -- When Cupid comes a' knocking at the door : from the musical "Little Robinson Crusoe" / [music by] Gustav Lüders ; [words by] Harry B. Smith -- When de moon climbs high / music by Victor Gay ; words by Underhill Forbell -- When his love grew cold / words by Chas. L. Halberstadt, music by Otto M. Heinzman -- When roses bloom again / words and music by John J. McIntyre -- When the bloom is on the clover, Mollie darling / written and composed by Raymon Moore -- When the tide is going out / poem by John J. Flinn, music by Helen St. Vincent -- When two that love are parted = Lungi dal caro bene / by Secchi ; the English translation by Theo. Marzials ; arr. by A. L. -- When you ask a girl to leave a happy home / words and music by Wm. B. Gray -- When your love grows cold / words and music by Charles Miller -- While the city sleeps / words and music by Edgar Selden [2 copies] -- Whisper true heart / words by George Cooper, music by Ilma M. Pratt -- With home and mother / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Lutie St. Clair -- Wont you come to my tea party : from the musical "McCarthy's mishaps" / words and music by Alb. H. Fitz [2 copies] -- Won't you play house with me? / words and music by H. G. Verner -- Wynken, Blynken, and Nod / words by Eugene Field, music by H. C. Verner -- You can keep your playthings / words by Arthur J. Lam, music by H. H. Thiele -- You don't find a girl like my girl every day / words and music by Samuel H. Speck -- You don't have to marry the girl / written by W. Murdoch Lind, composed by George Rosey -- You, only you / words and music by Walter P. Keen -- Your voice I love to hear / words by Miss M. G. B., music by S. Seiler.
  • 1896, A-G: The airy fairy little girl who loves me / words and music by Dennis Mackin -- All coons look alike to me : from the musical "Courted into court" / words and music by Ernest Hogan -- All for the love of a girl / words and music by Chas. K. Harris -- The amorous goldfish : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank ; music by Sidney Jones -- And then he woke up : from the musical "The lady Slavey" / words and music by Philander Johnson -- As they did in days of Yore / words by Charles House ; music by G.B. Seevers -- Baby, baby : from the musical "The lady Slavey" / words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker [3 copies] -- Be particular / words by Herbert J. Meyer ; music by Chas. B. Ward -- Be as you used to be / words by Arthur J. Lamb ; music by L.M. French -- The beauties on our line / words by Herbert Durand ; music by T.E. Barry -- Beautiful eyes that I love so well / words by Frank Hern ; music by M.H. Kohn [2 copies] -- Because I love my girl / words by W. Murdoch Lind ; music by Eward Ivison -- The black four hundred's ball / words by Billy Johnson; music by Bob Cole -- Blossoms from over the sea / words by Arthur French ; music by J.P. Skelly -- Blossoms unfading / words by J. Edmund Estes ; music by Jennie L. Estes -- The blow almost killed father : from the musical "The lady Slavey" / written by James McAvoy -- The blue and gray are one today / words by M. E. Rourke ; music by Adolph Rosenbecker -- Bold Pierre : from the musical "Half a king" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Ludwig Engländer -- Bon Jour Monsieur : from the musical "An American beauty" / words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker -- The boy's brigade / words and music by Pauline B. Story -- The boys and the girls : from the musical "Brian Boru" / written by Stanislaus Stance ; composed by Julian Edwards [2 copies] -- Boys, she's a dream / words by Harry Dillon ; music by Maurice Levi -- Breaking home ties / words by Nat Gerber ; music by A. Holzmann -- Broken links / words by L. Munion [Muionen] ; music by Theo. H. Northrup -- Brown eyed Nell / words and music by W.E. Byers -- A child's devotion, or, I'll take care of you / words by Edwin Browne ; music by Joseph M. White -- Childhood days / words and music by N.E. Byers -- Christmas bells are ringing / words and music by Will Godwin -- The clock will never strike again the hours that have passed / written and composed by John T. Kelly -- Come back sweetheart, or, Reconciliation : from the musical "Coon Hollow" / words and music by James I. Horton -- Come cuddle your head on my shoulder, or, The beautiful land of Nod / words by Ella Wheeler Wilcox ; music by Augusta Preston Bedell -- Come play with me, or, I have such a nice little way with me / words by G.P. Hawtrey ; music by Alfred Plumpton -- Com-pren-a-voo? : from the musical "Jack and the beanstalk" / words by N.A. Jennings ; music by John L. Golden -- A convict's hope / written and composed by Jas. H. Marshall & Walter Wolff -- Could you but know how well I loved you / words by Arthur J. West ; music by A.M. Hall -- Crappy Dan de spo'tin' man / words and music by Chas. E. Trevathan -- Crazy Pickaninnies / words and music by Hi. Henry -- The cripple creek bandits : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker [2 copies] -- Cuba libre = Free Cuba / [by] Marie M. Huebner -- Cuban march "Viva Cuba libre!" / composed by George H. Hayes -- The Darktown colored band / words and music by Harry S. Miller -- Dainty, saintly Erica : from the musical "A contented woman" / words and music by Eugene Ellsworth -- A day dream / words and music by Geo. M. Vickers -- The day love died / written and composed by Augusta Howe Chambers [2 copies] -- De Coonville grand cake-walk / written and composed by Dave Reed Jr. -- De new Bully : from the play "The widow Jones" / words by Will. C. Carleton ; music by J.W. Cavanagh [2 copies] -- The dear little Jappy-Jap-Jappy : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank ; music by Sidney Jones -- Dearest Lily / by J.J. Dunn Jr. -- Don't give up the old love for the new / written and composed by James Thornton [2 copies] -- Don't pass me by like a stranger / words and music by Louis Brittany -- Don't send her away! / words by Raymond A. Browne ; music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld [2 copies] -- Don't tell her that you love her, or, Mankind is seldom true / words and music by Paul Dresser [2 copies] -- Don't try to knock a chip from Riley's shoulder / song and chorus by J.W. Wheeler -- Don't you think I am just the girl / words by Arthur J. Lamb ; music by H.C. Verner -- Down in Hogan's Alley / words and music by Harry S. Miller -- Down in Poverty Row / words by Gussie L. Davis ; music by Arthur Trevelyan -- Down in Tomale Town / words by Edw. F. Bender ; music by O. Amando -- Down on the Ohio / words and music by Edith Kingsley [2 copies] -- Dream of my boyhood days / words and music by Paul Dresser -- Dugan Kid who lives in Hogan's Alley / words by Wm. H. Friday, Jr., music by Homer Tourjée -- Eli Green's cake-walk / words by Dave Reed Jr. ; music by Sadie Koninsky -- Elsie from Chelsea : from the musical "The shop girl" / words and music by Harry Dacre [3 copies] -- Every boy has quarreled with his first sweetheart / words and music by Chas. B. Lawlor and Jas. W. Blake -- Everybody has their day / words and music by Thomas Le Mack -- Excepting Jack : from the musical "A trip to Chinatown" / words by John F. Palmer ; music by Wm. Loraine -- Fill the vacant chair / words by M. Maurice ; music by Ed. E. Treumann -- Flora of our Alley / words and music by J. Scrugham Quin -- Fond memories / words by E.A. Blakelock ; music by J.T. Curry -- A geisha's life : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank ; music by Sidney Jones -- The girl I love loves me / words and music by Gussie L. Davis -- The girl of my boyhood's days / words by Geo. Cooper ; music by Richard H. Barker -- The girl you dream about : from the musical "A black sheep" / words and music by Richard Stahl [2 copies] -- Girlie girl : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker -- Go 'way trouble / words by Chas. W. Arnold ; music by Dave Fitzgibbon -- Going for a pardon / words and music by James Thornton.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 4
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 4.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1895-1896.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
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