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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 7.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 7.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1897-1898.

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reel 7 [1897 There's a picture-1898 My sweetheart's]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 7 reel 7 [1897 There's a picture-1898 My sweetheart's]Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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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
  • 1897, T-Z: There's a picture in my memory / words by C. Brewster, music by Dave Fitzgibbon -- There's always a welcome at home / words and music Dave Marion -- There's no coon that's one half so warm / words by James O'Dea, music by M.B. Garrett -- They all follow me : from the musical "The belle of New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker [3 copies] -- They never mention your name, or, If you'll only come home again / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry von Tilzer -- Three little chestnuts / music by N. Clifford Page [2 copies] -- Three roses red / [words by] Meribah Reed, [music by] Homer A. Norris -- Time will tell : from the musical "A trip to Chinatown" / words by Harry S. Miller, music by H.W. Petrie -- The Tomtit and the nightingale : from the musical "The wedding day" / words by Stanislaus Stange, music by Julian Edwards -- Tricky little Sarah / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Twas only a simple ballad / words and music by Raymond A. Browne -- The twin duet (Charles & Jack) : from the musical "The French maid" / words by Basil Hood, music by Walter Slaughter -- Two sweethearts of mine / words by E.P. Moran, music by J. Fred Helf -- Walker's dancing school : from the musical "A stranger in New York" / words by Charles Hoyt, music by A.b. Sloane -- The warmest baby in the bunch / words and music by Geo. M. Cohan -- We would not talk of our neighbors / by Maude Anita Hart -- We'll meet again / words by W.h. Kenyon, music by Walter Goold -- The wedding of the Chinee and the Coon / words by Billy Johnson, music by Bob Cole -- What did she know about railways / words by C.G. Cotes, music by Bennett Scott -- When a woman loves / words and music by Phil Kussel [3 copies] -- When he was a choir-boy / words by Raymond A. Browne, music by Chas. Coleman -- When I was a boy / words and music by Paul B. Armstrong -- When lovers prove unkind / words by Chas. Horwitz, music by Frederick V. Bowers [2 copies] -- When some one pulls the string : from the musical "A stranger in New York" / words by Chas. Hoyt, music by Richard Stahl [2 copies] -- When the harbor lights are burning / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Alfred Solman -- When the swallows homeward fly / words from a German Volkslied, music by Maude Valérie White -- When we are married : from the musical "The belle of New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker [3 copies] -- Why do I love thee / words by James Clarence Harvey, music by Robert A. Keiser -- Willie off the yacht / words and music by John L. Golden -- Wine, wine, wine : from the musical "The whirl of the town" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- With Jenny in the rain / words by Frank L Stanton, music by Chas. B. Hawley -- Woman, lovely woman : from the musical "The serenade" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Would you / words and music by Geo. Schleiffarth [3 copies] -- You and I : from the musical "The belle of New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- You'll find a girl to please you here in town / words and music by Walter Hawley -- You'll soon forget / words by Harry Braisted, music by Stanley Carter -- You're going far away lad, or, I'm still your mother, dear / words and music by Paul Dresser -- You're still my dear old daddy / by Chas. Graham [2 copies].
  • 1898, A-C: After the war / lyrics by Marion Young, music by Richard Stahl -- After the war is o'er / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Anita Owen -- All I wants is my black baby back / words & music by Gus Edwards & Tom Daley [3 copies] -- Aloha oe! Aloha oe! / arr. by H. Berger -- Alone / arr. by W. M. Barnes, words and music b Delmer G. Palmer -- Always do as people say you should / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- America and old glory! / words and arranged by William H. Barnes, music arranged by Henry S. Sawyer -- Anti cigarette society / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- As long as it pleases the ladies / lyrics by Charles Hoyt, music by Richard Stahl -- At the old home to-night / words and music by J. W. Wheeler -- At the sound of the signal-bell / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Max Dreyfus [2 copies] -- Baby, you done me, 'deed you did / arr. by Al. La Rue, words and music by Ed. Rogers -- Baby's prayer / words by R. A. Mullen, music by R. L. Halle -- Be ma honey gal / words & music by Safford Waters -- Beautiful flowers / words and music by L. J. Monico -- Because / lyric by Charles Horwitz, music by Fred V. Bowers [4 copies] -- Because of you / poem & music by B. H. Janssen [2 copies] -- Before the Maine went down / words by Augusta Howe Chambers, music by Charles Coleman [2 copies] -- The belle of Honolulu / words and music by Lee Johnson -- The belle of Manila / words and music by Louise Haack-McLay -- The black "K. Ps" / words & music by Hillman and Perrin -- The bold dragoon / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- The boy guessed right : from the musical "The runaway girl" / words & music by Lionel Monckton [2 copies] -- The boys who wear the blue are turning gray / words and music by J. A. Parks -- Brass buttons / written by Karl Kennett, music by Lyn Udall -- Brave Dewey and his men / words by E. F. Galvin, music by Thos. M. Kane -- Breaking sweet home ties / by C. E. Little -- But one sweet word / by Louis Tocaben -- The butterfly / words and music by Chas. E. Roat -- By your side : from "The evil eye" / words by Sidney R. Ellis, music by A. J. Kuttner [2 copies] -- Cigarette song : from the musical "The runaway girl" / words by Aubrey Hopwood, music by Lionel Monckton -- Cinderella white / words by Evelyn Bloom, composed by Geo. Maywood -- Colleen Avarra / by Max Vernor -- College chums forever / words by Dan Packard, music by Andrew Le Roc -- Columbia Ann / words and music by Maribel Seymour -- Columbia the gem of the ocean! / written and composed by David T. Shaw -- Come home Nell, you've been forgiven / words and music by Allen H. Guest -- Come tell me what's your answer, yes or no : from the motion picture "My gal Sal" / lyric and music by Paul Dresser [3 copies] -- Coming home to die / by Gussie L. Davis -- Consolations / written by Geo. A. Stevens, composed by John Francis [2 copies] -- Coon's breach of promise / words by Frank N. Scott, music by Chas. D. Blake [2 copies] -- The coon's trade-mark / words and music by Tom Logan -- Cuban star march / by Milt H. Hall.
  • 1898, D-G: Daisy Dixey's Dan / words & music by Harold M. Vernon -- The darkey volunteer / by Fred Hylands -- Darktown is out to-night : from the musical "Clorindy, or the origins of the cakewalk" / words & music by Will Marion [2 copies] -- Darling Alice, fit for a palace / by W. A. Galpen -- Dar's somethin' about yer I like : from "Kate kip-buyer" / words and music by John T. Kelly -- Dat cake was just baked for me / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Chris Praetorius -- De new black coon / words by Andrew Romeyn, music by Paul Lewis -- De pickaninny's dream / words & music by Hattie Starr -- De ragtown brigade is off to war / words and music by Gussie L. Davis -- A dead fly coon / words & music by Harry Rogers -- Dear college chums / words and music by Chas. K. Harris, arr. by Jos. Clauder [2 copies] -- Dear Ireland when you're free / words by P. J. Sweeney, music by J. A. T. Noble -- Defend the dear old flag / composed by C. A. Van Wickle -- The Dixie kid / words by Richard Henry Buck, music by Adam Geibel -- Do to others as you'd have them do to you / words and music by Will l. Thompson -- Doan give me no golden harp / song by Chas. Gilbert and E. W. Dustin -- Don't ask me to forget / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- Don't be angry with them dear / by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- Don't leave me, Dolly! / words by Wm. H. Gardner, music by Harry Weill -- Don't send me away daddy / words by Nellie Smith Ravell, music by Leo Friedman -- Don't tell them where you found me / words & music by Rev. Thomas F. Delaney -- Don't wake my pickaniny / words by Ed Mallory, music by Frank Mallory -- Don't you dare to start nothing with me / words & music by Barney Fagan -- Down by the old mill / words and music by Bert Morgan -- Dreaming of mother and home / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by John S. May [2 copies] -- The dying school girl / words by John H. Farnsworth, music by Henry Houseley -- Every night there's a light / words & music by Paul Dresser -- Everybody have a good time / words & music by Irving Jones -- Florrie / words & music by Alfred C. Marks -- For God and the king / words by William Henry Garnder, music by George Lowell Tracy -- For I want to be a soldier / words & music by Paul Barnes -- Forget me not / words & music by Louise Tunison -- Freedom forever / words by F. Smith, music by L. C. Wedgfuth -- Freedom's battle cry / words and music by Arthur Groom -- Friends : from the musical "The jolly musketeer" / words by Stanislaus Stange, music by Julian Edwards -- The ginger bread doll : from the musical "Hotel topsy turvy" / by Aubrey Boucicault -- The girl I loved and lost long, long ago / words by A. B. Sterling, music by H. Von Tilzer -- Girls, girls, beautiful girls! / written by Charles Osborne, composed by James Fawn -- Gold will buy 'most anything but a true girl's heart / words by Chas. E. Foreman, music by Monroe B. Rosenfeld -- Give Cinda the cake / by Theo. A. Metz -- Good night, little girl, good night / Julia M. Hays and J. C. Macy [3 copies] -- Good old glory / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- A good old London town girl / words and music by Charles Osborne -- Grandfather's story / words and music by Edwin G. Anderson -- Gypsy Jan : from the musical "The fortune teller" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Gypsy love song : from the musical "The fortune teller" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert [6 copies].
  • 1898, H-I: Hattie : from the musical "A stranger in New York" / lyrics by Charles Hoyt, music by Richard Stahl -- Have pitty judge, she's my mother / by Gussie L. Davis -- He cert'ny was good to me / words by Jean C. Havez, music by A. B. Sloane [2 copies] -- He had his rabbit's foot with him : from the musical "A day and a night" / words & music by William Devere -- He was a sailor on board the "Maine" / words and music by Nate Jackson -- Her front name was Sally : from the musical "In Gotham" / words by Jos. Herbert, music by Max Gabriel -- Her name is Mandy / written by Edgar Smith, composed by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- The hero of Manila Bay / words and music by Tony Stanford -- The heroes who sank with the Maine / words by Jas. O'Dea, music by Paul Cohn -- A hero's grave / words & music by Clifton Albert Grady -- He's up against the real thing now / words by Edward Furber, music by Bert A. Williams [2 copies] -- His little wife was with him all the time / written and composed by Walter P. Keene & Fred W. Leigh -- Honest John Jones / words and music by Horwitz and Bowers -- Honey, dat I love so well / words and music by Harry Freeman -- Honey! you'se my turtle dove / words by Edgar Smith, music by W. T. Francis -- Honey you've done me wrong : from the musical "The French maid" / words & music by Harold M. Vernon [2 copies] -- The hottest ever / words by J. O'Dea, music by Chas. B. Brown, arranged by Max Hoffman -- How can they tell that oi'm Irish? / written & composed by C. W. Murphy -- How I love my Lu / written by Edgar Smith and Louis DeLange, composed by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- How'd you like to be the iceman? / words and music by Helf and Moran [2 copies] -- I 'Aven't Told 'Im / words by Murray and Leigh, music by George LeBrunn -- I Can't Leave The Old Folks Alone / words and music by E. A. MacDonnell -- I Guess I'll Have To Telegraph My Baby / words and music by George M. Cohan -- I Happened To Be There : from the musical “Hotel Topsy Turvy” / words by William M. Dunlevy, music by Edwin Foy -- I Love A Girl Who Is Made Of Stucco : from the musical “Yankee Doodle Dandy” / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- I Love Dat Man / words by Dan Packard, music by E. J. Simnes -- I Love My Dolly Best / words and music by Malcolm Williams -- I Love Nobody But You / words and music by Lew Sully -- I Love You Best / words and music by Joseph B. Carey and Harry J. Cox -- I Love You In The Same Old Way / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- I Loved You Once, I Scorn You Now / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- I Loved You Then, I Love You Now / words and music by J. A. Allen -- I Only Wish You'd Tell Me Why 'Tis So! / words and music by Malcolm Clark -- I Thought I Heard Some-Body Calling Me / words and music by Al Johns -- I Want A Coon To Match My Own Complexion / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Charles B. Ward -- I Want A Real Coon / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Bernard Adler -- I Want To Go To Morrow / words and music by Lew Sully -- I Would Not Part With Kitty / words and music by Chester Underwood -- If Dreams Come True / words and music by Arthur Trevelyan -- If I Only Had A Job / words by W. E. Browning, music by James B. Mullen -- I'll Come Back When The Hawthorn Blooms Again / words and music by Hattie Nevada -- I'll Use My Gattlin Gun On Him / words by Furber and Davis, music by Plunk Henry -- I'm A Naughty Girl : from the musical “The Greek slave” / words by Harry Greenback and Adrian Ross, music by Lionel Monckton -- I'm From Missouri And You've Got To Show Me / words by Lee Haney, music by Ned Wayburn -- I'm Not The Girl You Loved Long Ago / words by Harry Collins, music by Morris May -- I'm One Of The Family Now / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Bernard Adler -- Imogene / words by Frank W. Swann, music by Anita Comfort -- In Dear Old London : from the musical “By the sad sea waves” / music by Gustave Luders -- In Manila Bay / words and music by Charles F. Alsop -- In The Mohawk Valley / words and music by Hattie Starr -- In The Pale Moonlight / words and music by Nat Clifford -- In The Sacramento Valley / words and music by Charles Graham and Max Dreyfus -- Is That How It Is Now Babe / words by George A. Hammond, music by Al Johns -- It Ain't No Lie / words and music by E. P. Moran and J. Fred Helf -- It Takes A Man To Be A Soldier / words and music by T. Brigham Bishop -- It's Not What You Were, It's What You Are Today / words and music by Dave Marion -- I've Got Him Dead / words and music by Arthur Dunn
  • 1898, J-M: John Bull And Uncle Sam / words by William Allan, music by J. B. Herbert -- Jolly Jennie Jones / words by Hans S. Line, music by Fred J. Hamill -- Just As The Sun Went Down / words and music by Lyn Udall -- Just Let The Band Play "Dixie" / words by Frank L. Stanton, music by J. A. Parks -- Just One Girl / words by Karl Kennett, music by Lyn Udall -- Just Sing A Song For Ireland / words and music by Andrew B. Sterling and Harry Von Tilzer -- Just The Same As Long Ago / words and music by Will R. Anderson -- Just To Be Together As We Used To be / words by Earle Remington, music by Arthur Gillespie -- Just To Pass The Time Away / words by Stanislaus Stange, music by Julian Edwards -- Keep Away From Emmeline / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Kelly The Carman / words and music by C. W. Murphy -- Kill It Kid / words and music by Nat Lucas -- King Of The Flame, The / words by Randolph Hartley, music by Walter A. Phillips -- Kiss And Say Goodnight / words and music by R. M. Stultz -- Kiss Me Honey Do / words by Edgar Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Lady With The Ragtime Walk, The / words and music by Armstrong Brothers -- Land That We Love, The / words and music by Aileen Rowe -- Languid Man, The / words by Edmund Vance Cooke, music by Richard Stahl -- Large Cold Bottle And A Small Hot Bird, A / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Lazy Bill / words by Glen McDonough, music by A. B. Sloane -- Lead On, Ebenezer / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Let Me Bring My Clothes Back Home / words and music by Irving Jones -- Let Me Love You As Of Old / words by Joseph W. Standish, music by Charles Moreland -- Love Abiding / words by Walter Burges Smith, music by Jules Jordan -- Love's Serenade Song / words by Edward Teschemacher, music by C. Mawson-Marks -- Life's Golden Moments / words by Al Nicholson, music by S. B. Miles -- Little Bit Off The Top, A / words and music by Murray and Leigh -- Little Kinkey Wooley Head / words by Charles Noel Douglas, music by Herman Perlet -- Little Miss Ida Of Ida-Ho / words and music by Arthur Trevelyan -- Little Old New York Is Good Enough For Me / words by Harry B. and Edgard Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Little Yaller Boy / word by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Lookin' For A Little Recreation / words by H. Y. Leavitt, music by J. A. Silver -- Love Comes A-Begging / words by Matthew Woodward, music by Fred'k Gagel -- Love In A Cottage Is Best / words and music by Will Marion -- Lucille, Ma Lady Love / words and music by Theodore F. Morse and Bob Cole -- Lucy Lee Of Tennessee / words by William Lightfoot Vissgher, music by George Maywood -- Lucy Tell Me I'm Your Beau / words and music by Safford Waters -- Lydy Wot Is Studin' For The Stage, The / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Ma Filipino babe / words and music by Chas. K. Harris -- Mack's lullaby : from the play "The ragged earl" / words by "Allice" ; music by Andrew Mack -- Maggie O'Connor / words by Frank Dupree ; music by Frank David -- Make room for me / words and music by Barney Fagan -- Mamma don't be cross with me / words and music by Alb. H. Fitz -- Mammy's little blue grass honey / words by Deamor R. Drake ; music by H.O. Wheeler -- Mary Ann McCue / words and music by Jay Mack -- Mary Carey / words and music by Kelso Murdock and Joseph Dickson Murdock -- A merry man and a merry maid / words by H.V. Southerland ; music by H.M. Bosworth -- Mid the green fields of Virginia / words and music by Charles K. Harris [14 copies] -- Miss Helen Hunt : from the musical "A stranger in New York" / words and music by Harry Conor -- Miss Lindy / words and music by Geo. H. Rareshide -- Mister your room rent's due / words by Burt Grant ; music by Elmer Brown -- Moonlight serenade : from the musical "Hurly burly" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- The moth and the flame / words by George Taggart ; music by Max S. Witt [5 copies] -- Mister Johnson don't get gay / words and music by Dave Reed, Jr. -- Mrs. Patrick Casey's swell pink tea : from the musical "Hurly burly" / words by Edgar Smith ; music by John Stromberg -- My Ann Elizer / words and music by Malcolm Williams [3 copies] -- My "au-revoir" was not "adieu" / words by John J. Hagan ; music by Frank D. Cure -- My Creole Sue / words and music by Gussie L. Davis [5 copies] -- My dearie / words by Cecil Loraine ; music by Emil Straka -- My Estelle : from the musical "The telephone girl" / words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker -- My gal's got lucky at last / words and music by G. Hammond & Al. Johns -- My girl's a Hawaiian maiden / words by Jack Simonds ; music by Chas. Kohlman -- My girl's dad / words by George Starr ; music by Hattie Starr -- My home of long ago / words by Maurice Shapiro ; music by Harry von Tilzer -- My Honolulu lady / words and music by Lee Johnson -- My Josephine / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by John Stromberg -- My little sister Kate / words and music by Minnie Belle -- My Mary dear / by Fred J. Hamill [2 copies] -- My Molly dear / words by Jack Fay ; music by Jas. B. Oliver -- My old New Hampshire home / words by Andrew B. Sterling ; music by Harry Von Tilzer [15 copies] -- My own Cecile / H. Fragson & Ad. Stanislas [2 copies] -- My Sunday Dolly / words by Walter H. Ford ; music by John W. Bratton -- My sweet Eileen / words by Chas. E. Baer ; music by Byrd. Dougherty -- My sweet maid : from the play "The ragged earl" / words by "Alice" ; music by Andrew Mack -- My sweetheart plays the violin / words by Dan Packard ; music by Emily Smith -- My sweetheart that lives on the farm / words and music by Marion and Pearl -- My sweetheart's name is Molly / words by Geo. D. Sutton ; music by Mary D. Sutton.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 7
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 7.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1897-1898.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 7
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