HAZEL MUNGER BURKE COLLECTION

SC 1995.16

Ruth T. Watanabe Special Collections
Sibley Music Library

prepared by Mary Elizabeth Rame
Fall 1995

 

CONTENTS

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF COLLECTION

Burke Sheet Music Collection (1900-1950, bulk 1915-1940)
1′ 8′ linear
Location M1A 3.2

 

Biographical Sketch

Hazel Munger Burke was born February 3 1900 and died May 16, 1989. She studied piano from an early age, but was unable to continue with more advanced study. She graduated from Cathedral High School in Rochester with a major in business and was subsequently employed as a secretary. She married Henry J. Burke, D.D.S. in 1925. She performed professionally as an accompanist for the Miles Ensign and Jack McDonald School of the Dance in Rochester during the 1930’s and 1940’s.

 

Provenance

The collection was compiled by Hazel Munger Burke, a resident of Rochester New York and avid amateur musician. Thomas Burke, son of Hazel, received the collection upon his mother’s death, donating it to Sibley Music Library in May 1995, shortly after his retirement to Rochester.

 

Scope and Content

The collection represents a very fine private “piano bench” collection of popular sheet music of the first half of the twentieth century. It is very representative of the tastes of the era and the includes a typical selection of a variety of vocal and instrumental music. A area of particular interest is its holdings from the time of World War I and the 1920’s. Piano rags and dances are also prominent. The collection gives a good insight into the musical tastes of the time as selected by a very capable amateur musician.

 

Restrictions and Use

There are no restrictions on the use of the collection except those pertaining to normal copyright law.

 

Associations

Sibley Music Library possesses a large collection of sheet music from the eighteenth through twentieth centuries. Of particular interest are the special collections World War II Sheet Music, which overlaps and continues the present one, and the Charlotte Stafford Collection, a similar collection compiled by a professional silent film accompanist.

 

 

 

BIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY

The following biographical essay was written by Thomas Burke, son of Hazel Munger Burke. The essay provides excellent contextual background for the musical life in Rochester in the first half of the twentieth century and for the present collection in particular. For these reasons it has been included in its entirity.

Hazel Corolyn Munger was born in Rochester, New York on February 3, 1900 and died on May 16, 1989. She began piano lessons at about six years of age and by the age of ten was an exception ragtime and popular music pianist. Her teacher at this time advised her parents, Eugene Munger and Vina Cox Munger of Hilton, that she was now ready for more advanced and classical training. Her parents, however, felt that she played well enough and so lessons were discontinued. After graduation from Cathedral High School in Rochester in 1917, with a major in business, she was employed as a secretary at Chase Bros. Nursery, now Chase-Pitkin. Most of the literature in the collection, from about 1906-1925, was purchased at Neisner’s Five and Dime Store on Main St., Rochester, where a full time pianist played all the latest hits. Neisner’s was a regular stop on her way home from school and work and a gathering place for young people. In 1925 she married Henry J. Burke, D.D.S. and from this time on was a housewife. Their first lived at 570 Ridge Road West, later moving to 19 Tamarack Dr. Hazel bore two sons: Thomas N. (1927) and Richard E. (1930). Thomas studied piano under Evelyn McCann Prior in the Preparatory Department of the Eastman School of Music. Eventuallly he taught piano at the University of Hawaii (1956-59) and was a professor music and head of the keyboard division at Jersey City State College from 1960-1992. He now resides in retirement in the family home in Rochester, New York. Richard studied clarinet with Anthony Bruno at the Eastman School of Music while majoring in psychology at the University of Rochester. He is now retired, living in Philadelphia, and a professor emeritus in psychology at Temple University, where he taught from 1962 to 1994.
Hazel Burke had a vast repertoire of popular music which she could play from memory, which was virtually photographic, and loved to play for people. Never when asked to play did she refuse. Her style might be described as a very active and powerful “stride” piano left hand and a right hand that generally played the melody in octaves. Her only professional playing was for the Miles Ensign and Jack McDonald School of the Dance, the major dance school in Rochester from the 1930’s through 1950’s, where she accompanied classes during the late thirties and forties. If you had a piano and Hazel was coming for a visit you could count on an evening of music and song. She played very well throughout her entire life and age had little effect on her pianistic skills and love of music.
Thomas Burke, October 1995.

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF SERIES

Sheet Music

The series consists of sheet music from the first half of the twentieth century, embracing both vocal and piano music, which have not been segregated. The collection is arranged alphabetically by title.

 

 

INVENTORY

 

Box 1

 

 

Folder 1
Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive. Harold Arlen. New York: Edwin H. Morris, 1944.
After all. Lee S. Roberts. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1919.
After I say I’m sorry. Walter Donaldson and Abe Lyman. New York: Leo. Feist, 1926.
After I’ve called you sweetheart. Little Jack Little. Chicago: Milton Weil, 1927.
After you get what you want you don’t want it. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1920.
Ah, so pure. Fr. von Flotow. Chicago: Calument, 1938.
Ain’t got a dime to my name. Jimmy van Heusen. New York: Famous Music, 1942.
Ain’t misbehavin’. Thomas Waller and Harry Brooks. New York: Mills Music, 1929.
Ain’t she sweet? Milton Ager. New York: Ager Yellen & Bornstein, 1927.
Ain’t we got fun. Richard A. Whiting. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1921.
Alabama lullaby. Cal DeVol. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
The Alcoholic blues. Albert Vontilzer. New York: Broadway, 1919.
Alexander’s back from dixie with his ragtime band! Pete Wendling. Chicago: Lee S. Roberts, 1917.
Alexander’s band is back in dixieland. Albert Gumble. New York: Jerome Remick, 1919.
All aboard for chinatown. Win Brookhouse. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1915.
All by myself. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1921.
All dressed up with a broken heart. Fred Patrick, Claude Reese, Jack Val. New York: Edward B. Marks, 1947.
All over nothing at all. James S. Rule. New York: M. Witmark, 1922.
All she’d say was umh-hum. King Zany, Mac Emery, Van and Schenck. New York: Von Tilzer Music, 1920.
All the quakers are shoulder shakers. Pete Wendling. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
The Allies flower garden ball. Willie Weston. New York: Chas. K. Harris, 1918.
Always in my heart. Ernesto Lecuona. New York: Remick, 1942.
Amapola. Joseph M. Lacalle. New York: Edward B. Marks, 1940.
America I love you. Archie Gottler. New York: Kalmar & Puck, 1915.
American Beauty. M.K. Jerome. New York: Waterson Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
Among my souvenirs. Horatio Nicholls. New York: DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, 1927.
Amor. Gabriel Ruiz. Mexico City: Promotora Hispano, 1943.
An apple for the teacher. James V. Monaco. New York: Saintly-Joy-Select, 1939.
 
Folder 2
And he’d say “Oo-la-la wee-wee”. Harry Ruby and George Jessel. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
And so, goodbye. Allie Wrubel. New York: Irving Berlin, 1933.
And that ain’t all. Sammy Stept. New York: Al Piantadosi, 1919.
And they called it Dixieland. Richard A. Whiting. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1916.
Angela mia. Erno Rapée. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1928.
Anvil chorus. Verdi. New York: De Luxe, [19–].
Any bonds today? Irving Berlin. Washington, D. C.: Henry Morgenthau Jr., 1941.
Any little girl. Fred Fischer. New York: Shapiro, 1910.
Anything goes. Cole Porter. New York: Harms, 1934.
Arabian dreams. Herbert B. Marple. San Francisco: Daniels & Wilson, 1918.
Are you from Dixie? George L. Cobb. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1915.
Are you lonesome to-night. Roy Turk and Lou Handman. New York: Irving Berlin, 1927.
Are you making any money? Jay Gorney. New York: Harms, 1933.
Aren’t you glad you’re you. Jimmy van Heusen. New York: Burke & van Heusen, 1945.
As time goes by. Herman Hupfeld. New York: Harms, 1931.
Ask anyone who knows. Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus and Al Kaufman. New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1947.
At dawning. Charles Wakefield Cadman. Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1906.
At half past nine. Archie Gottler. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
At peace with the world. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1926.
At the Dixie military ball. Harry Carroll. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1918.
At the high brown babies’ ball. Benny Davis, Sid Erdman, Ernie Erdman. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
At your command. Harry Barris. New York: Robbins, 1931.
Au revoir. Gus Edwards. New York: Gus Edwards, 1918.
Avalon. Al Jolson & Vincent Rose. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1920.
 
Folder 3
Baby’s birthday party. Ann Ronell. New York: Famous Music, 1930.
Back home in Tennessee. Walter Donaldson. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1915.
Back to childhood. Jack Glogau. New York: A. J. Stasny, 1917.
Back to the Carolina you love. Jean Schwartz. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1914.
Bambalina. Vincent Youmans and Herbert Stothart. New York: Harms, 1923.
Banana blues. James F. Hanley and Robert King. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1923.
Barney Google. Billy Rose and Con Conrad. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1923.
Battle song of liberty. George L. Cobb. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1917.
Be anything. Irving Gordon. New York: Shapiro-Bernstein, 1952.
Be my little baby bemble bee. Henry I. Marshall. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1912.
Beatrice Fairfax tell me what to do. Jimmie Monaco. New York: Leo Feist, 1915.
Beautiful girl. Nacio Herb Brown. New York: Robbins, 1933.
Beautiful Ohio. Mari Earl. New York: Shapiro-Bernstein, 1918.
Because of you. Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson. New York: Broadcast Music, 1940.
Beer barrel polka. Lew Brown, Wladimir A. Timm and Jaromir Vejvoda. New York: Shapiro, Berstein, 1934.
Begging for love. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1931.
Begin the beguine. Cole Porter. New York: Harms, 1935.
Bésume mucho. Consuelo Velazquez. New York: Southern Music, 1943.
Beside a babbling brook. Walter Donaldson. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1933.
The best things in life are free. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. New York: Crawford Music, 1927.
Bewitched. Richard Rodgers. New York: Chappell, 1941.
Black Hawk. Mary E. Walsh. New York: De Luxe, 1908.
Bless my Swanee River home. Walter Donaldson. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
 
Folder 4
Blue. Lou Handman. New York: Stark & Cowan, 1922.
Blue baby. Raymond Klages, Grace Green, William Haid. New York: Robbins, 1927.
Blue bird. F. Bernard Grant. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
Blue-eyed blues. Billy Fazioli. New York: Fred Fisher, 1922.
Blue goose. Raymond Birch. Chicago: F.J.A. Forster, 1916.
Blue shadows. Louis Alter. New York: Robbins, 1928.
Bob White. Bernie Hanighen. New York: Remick, 1937.
Bo-la-bo. George, Fairman. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1919.
Boo-hoo-hoo. Bob Nelson, Harry Link, Al Lentz, Irving Aaronson. New York: Broadway Music, 1922.
Boogie rag. Wilber C. Sweatman. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1917.
Boogie woogie man. Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson. New York: Leeds, 1943.
Bravest heart of all. Richard A. Whiting. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
Brazil. Ary Barroso. New York: Southern Music, 1939.
Breakin’ in a pair of shoes. Sam H. Stept. New York: Leo. Feist, 1936.
Breath of spring. Herman V. Yeager. Philadelphia: Mack and Orth, 1910.
Breathless. Jacques Press. New York: Campbell, Loft & Porgie, 1942.
Breeze. Ballard MacDonald, Joe Goowin & James F. Hanley. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1919.
Bring me a rose. Charles Shisler. New York: Kalmar, Puck & Abrahams, 1918.
Broadway rose. Martin Fried & Otis Spencer. New York: Fred. Fisher, 1920.
A broken doll. Jas. W. Tate. New York: T. B. Harms, 1916.
Brown eyes why are you blue? George W. Meyer and Alfred Bryan. New York: Henry Waterson, 1925.
Buddha. Lew Pollack. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1919.
A bundle of old love letters. Nacio Herb Brown. New York: Robbins, 1929.
But______! Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1920.
But I do. Walter Donaldson. New York: Irving Berlin, 1926.
Bye bye blackbird. Ray Henderson. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1926.
Bygones. Max Kortlander and Harry Alpert. New York: Harms, 1922.
 
Folder 5
California. Cliff Friend & Con Conrad. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1922.
The call of the cosy little home. Will R. Anderson. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1918.
Can you tame wild wimmen. Harry von Tilzer. New York: Harry von Tilzer Music, 1918.
Candy. Mack David, Joan Whitney, Alex Kramer. New York: Leo Feist, 1944.
Careless. Lew Quadling, Eddy Howard, Dick Jurgens. New York: Irving Berlin, 1939.
Carolina rolling stone. Eleanor Young and Harry D. Squires. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1921.
Carry me back to old Virginny. James A. Bland. Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1920.
Castles of dreams. Harry Tierney. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
Cecilia. Dave Dreuer. New York: Irving Berlin, 1925.
Charleston. Cecil Mack and Jimmy Johnson. New York: Harms, 1923.
Charleston. Cecil Mack and Jimmy Johnson. New York: Harms, 1923. [Later issue]
Chattanooga choo choo. Harry Warren. New York: Leo Feist, 1941.
Checkers. Leo Edwards & Edgar Allen. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1919.
Cherie. Irving Bibo. New York: Leo. Feist, 1921.
Cheritza. Lou Breau. New York: Bibo, Bloedon & Lang, 1926.
Cherry blossom. Harry Raymond. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
Chewin’ the rag. Fred Heltman. Cleveland: Fred Heltman, 1912.
Chili bean. Aalbert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music, 1920.
Chicago. Fred Fisher. New York: Fred Fisher, 1922.
Chimes of Normandy. Jack Wells. New York: Gilbert Friedland, 1918.
 
Folder 6
China dreams. Egbert Van Alstyne. Detroit: Jerome M. Remick, 1917.
Ching chong. Lee S. Roberts. Chicago: Lee S. Roberts, 1917.
Chlo-e. Neil Morét. San Francisco: Villa Morét, 1927.
Cinda Lou. Charles Beetho. Kansas City: J. W. Jenkins’ Sons, 1919.
Cinderella, stay in my arms. Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1938.
Clap hands. Joseph Meyer. New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, 1925.
Come along to Caroline. Abe Olman. Chicago: Forster Music, 1916.
Come back, Dixie. Percy Wenrich. New York: Leo. Feist, 1915.
Come to me. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1931.
Confucius say. Cliff Friend and Carmen Lombardo. New York: Olman Music, 1939.
Consolation. Carlotta Williamson. Boston: Colonial Music, 1907.
Contentment. Joseph F. Lamb. St. Louis: Stark Music, 1915.
Coon smiles. Edwin S. Brill. New York: Doty & Brill, 1902.
Coral sea. Herb Brown. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1920.
A cottage for sale. Willard Robison. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1930.
Could be. Walter Donaldson. New York: Santly-Joy-Select, 1938.
Cow, cow, boogie. Don Raye, Gene de Paul, Benny Carter. New York: Leeds Music, 1942.
Crazy bone. Chas. L. Johnson. Chicago: Forster Music, 1913.
Crazy people. James V. Monaco. New York: Leo. Feist, 1932.
Crooning. William F. Caesar. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1921.
Cross your heart. Lewis E. Gensler. New York: Harms, 1926.
Cruising down the river. Eily Beadell and Nell Tollerton. New York: Henry Spitzer Music, 1945.
Cry, baby, cry. Jimmy Eaton and Terry Shand. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1938.
Cuban moon. Norman Spencer. New York: Jack Mills, 1920.
Cuddling moon. F. W. Rivarde. Rochester, N.Y.: Rivarde, 1915.
The curse of an aching heart. Al. Piantadosi. New York: Leo. Feist, 1913.
 
Folder 7
Daddy found you. Raymond Egan, Jesse Greer and Abe Olman. Chicago: Forster Music, 1917.
Daddy you’ve been a mother to me. Fred Fisher. New York: McCarthy-Fisher, 1920.
Dance of the Spanish onion. David Rose. New York: Brigman, Vocco and Conn, 1942.
Dance with a dolly. Terry Shand, Jimmy Eaton and Mickey Leader. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1944.
Dancing with tears in my eyes. Joe Burke. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1930.
Danse négre. Cyril Scott. New York: G. Ricordi, 1908.
Dapper-Dan. Albert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music, 1921.
Darktown dancin’ school. Albert Gumble. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1920.
The dashing cavaliers. Edmund Braham and E. T. Paull. New York: E. T. Paull Music, 1911.
The day after forever. Jimmy van Heusen. New York: Burke and van Heusen, 1944.
Day by Day. Sammy Cahn, Axwl Stordahl, Paul Weston. New York: Barton Music, 1945.
The day you came along. Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow. New York: Famous Music, 1933.
Dear old daddy long legs. Albert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music, 1919.
Deep purple. Peter De Rose. New York: Robbins Music, 1939.
The desert song. Sigmund Rombert. New York: Harms, 1926.
Didn’t you? Hugo Felix. New York: Harms, 1920.
Dinah. Harry Akst. New York: Henry Waterson, 1925.
The Dixie volunteers. Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1927.
Do I worry. Stanley Cowan and Bobby Worth. New York: Melody Lane, 1941.
Do something. Bud Green and Sam H. Stept. New York: Greem & Stept, 1929.
Do what you do! George Gershwin. New York: New World Music, 1929.
Do you believe in dreams? Addy Britt, Russel Robinson & Jack Little. New York: Henry Waterson, 1926.
Do you care. Lew Quadling. New York: Campbell Music, 1941.
Do you ever thing of me. Earl Burtnett. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1920.
 
Folder 8
Doctor, lawyer, indian chief. Hoagy Carmichael. New York: Melrose Music, 1945.
Doll dance. Nacio Herb Brown. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1927.
Don’t be anybody’s soldier boy but mine. Frank Magine. Chicago: Ted Browne Music, 1918.
Don’t blame me. Jimmy McHugh. New York: Robbins Music, [193-].
Don’t bring Lulu. Ray Henderson. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1925.
Don’t cry little girl. Maceo Dinkard. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1918.
Don’t fence me in. Cole Porter. New York: Harms, 1944.
Don’t get around much anymore. Duke Ellington. New York: Robbins Music, 1942.
Don’t take away those blues. Joe McKiernan and Norman Spencer. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1920.
Don’t try to steal the sweetheart of a soldier. Van & Schenck. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
Don’t you remember the day. Cliff Hess. New York: Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder, 1918.
Dorothy. Seymour Smith. New York: De Luxe Music, [191-].
Down in Bom-Bombay. Harry Carroll. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1915.
Down in honky tonky town. Chas. McCarron and Chris Smith. New York: Broadway Music, 1916.
Down in the Delta. Alfred Nathan Jr. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1927.
Down Rio way. Alan Braithwaite. London: J. H. Larway, 1931.
Down the trail. Ernest R. Ball. N.Y.: M. Witmark & Sons, 1920.
Dream. Johnny Mercer. New York: Capitol Songs, 1945.
Dumbell. Zez Confrey. New York: Leo. Feist, 1922.
Dust off that old pianna! Irving Caesar, Gerald Marks & Sammy Lerner. New York: Irving Caesar, 1935.
The dying poet. L. M. Gottschalk. New York: De Luxe Music, [191-].
 
Folder 9
Electric light. S. G. Kiesling. Brooklyn, N.Y.: S. G. Kiesling, 1896.
Elmer’s tune. Elmer Albrecht, Sammy Gallop, Dick Jurgens. New York: Robbins Music, 1941.
Estrellita. Manuel M. Ponce. Chicago: Calumet Music, 1929.
The Everett piano march. Herman Bellstedt, Jr. Cincinnati: The John Church Co., 1905.
Everybody wants a key to my cellar. Ed Rose, Billy Baskette and Lew Pollack. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1919.
Everybody’s crazy ’bout the doggone blues but I’m happy. Creamer and Layton. New York: Broadway Music, 1917.
Everybody’s crazy over dixie. Rubey Cowan & Will Donaldson. New York: Broadway Music, 1919.
Everyone is meant for someone. Jan Rubini and Salvatoe Santaella. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
Eyes of the soul. Fred Fischer. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1919.
 
Folder 10
Falling. Will Collins, Ed. Cameron and Buddy Fields. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1922.
Falling in love with love. Richard Rogers. New York: Chappell, 1938.
Falling in love with you. Joseph Meyer. New York: Harms, 1926.
Farewell. A. H. Eastman and Fred Heltman. Cleveland: Fred Heltman, 1917.
The first waltz. J. Russel Robinson. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1923.
The flapper. Leo Patton and Dan Paulson. New York: Philip Ponce, 1922.
Footloose and fancyfree. Carmen Lombardo. New York: Robbins Music, 1935.
For me and my gal. Geo. W. Meyer. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
For you a rose. Gus Edwards. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
Forever is a long long time. Albert von Tilzer. New York: Artmusic, 1916.
Forgotten. Eugene Cowles. Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson, 1922.
France. Milton Ager. New York: Leo. Feist, 1918.
Freckles. Cliff Hess, Howard Johnson, Milton Ager. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
Frenesí. Alberto Dominguez. New York: Southern Music, 1939.
 

 

Box 2

Folder 1
A garden dance. G. Vargas. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1914.
The garden of Allah. George A. Little, Billy Baskette and Leon Flatow. New York: Leo. Feist, 1917.
Gasoline. Paul Pratt. Chicago: Frank K. Root, 1913.
Geraldine. Henry Lodge. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1915.
Gimme a little kiss will “ya” huh? Roy Turk, Jack Smith and Maceo-Pinkard. New York: Irving Berlin, 1926.
The girl he left behind him. Harry Ruby. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
Girl of mine. Harold Freeman. New York: A. J. Stasny Music, 1917.
Girl of my dreams. Sunny Clapp. New York: Jack Mills, 1927.
Girls of France. Alfred Bryan, Edgar Leslie & Harry Ruby. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
Give me a little bit more than you gave Reilly. Jack Wells and Pete Wendling. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
Give me all of you. Milton E. Schwarzwald. New York: Leo. Feist, 1917.
Give me the moonlight. Albert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music, 1917.
Give me the right to love you. Abe. Glatt. New York: Harry von Tilzer, 1917.
 
Folder 2
The glad girl. J. Bodewalt Lampe. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1915.
Glad rag doll. Milton Ager and Dan Dougherty. New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, 1929.
Golden days. Sigmund Romberg. New York: Harms, 1924.
Golden earrings. Victor Young. New York: Paramount Music, 1946.
The golden west and you. M. Kay Jerome. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
Good-bye. Harold Levey. New York: T. B. Harms, 1920.
Good-bye Cabarabian nights. Richard A. Whiting. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
Good-bye, good luck, God bless you. Ernest R. Ball. New York: M Witmark & Sons, 1916.
Good night, Germany! Geo. W. Meyer. New York: Leo. Feist, 1918.
Goodnight soldier. Harry Johnson. Hollywood, Calif.: Joe Cascales, 1943.
Goose step. Eugene Platzmann. New York: Church, Paxson, 1915.
Grieving for you. Joe Gibson, Joe Ribaud and Joe Gold. New York: Leo. Feist, 1920.
Griffin & Bailey march. Clara B. Meikle. Rochester, N.Y.: Griffen & Bailey, 1914.
The gipsy. Billy Reid. New York: Leeds Music, 1945.
Gipsy love song. Victor Herbert. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1898.
 
Folder 3
A handful of stars. Jack Lawrence and Ted Shapiro. New York: Leo Feist, 1940.
The handwriting’s on the wall. Joe Young and Sammy Fain. New York: Remick Music, 1933.
Hang your heart on a hickory limb. James V. Monaco. New York: Santly-Joy-Select, 1939.
Happy days and lonely nights. Fred Fisher. New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, 1928.
Happy days are here again. Milton Ager. New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, 1929.
Happy-go-lucky-you. Jack Murray, Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman. New York: Phil. Kornheiser, 1932.
Have you got any castles, baby? Richard A. Whiting. New York: Harms, 1937.
Hawaiian butterfly. Billy Baskette, Joseph Santly. New York: Leo. Feist, 1917.
Hawaiian dreams. Herbert B. Marple. San Francisco: Chas. M. Daniels, 1916.
Hawaiian lullaby. Ethel Bridges. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
Hawaiian war chant. Johnny Noble and Leleiohaku. New York: Miller Music, 1940.
He loves it. Pete Wendling. New York: Stark & Cowan, 1922.
Heartaches. Al Hoffman. New York: Leeds Music, 1931.
Hello beautiful. Walter Donaldson. New York: Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble, 1931.
Hello central! Give me no man’s land. Jean Schwartz. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
Hello little girl. Lew Berk. Rochester, New York: Lew Berk, 1921.
Here comes the sun. Harry Woods. New York: Robbins Music, 1930.
Hesitation con amore. W.C. Powell. New York: Church, Paxson, 1914.
Hindustan. Oliver Wallace and Harold Weeks. Chicago: Forster Music, 1918.
Hold your man. Nacio Herb Brown. New York: Robbins Music, 1933.
 
Folder 4
Homesick. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1922. 2 copies.
Honey bunch. Leon de Costa. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1919.
Hong Kong. Hans von Holstein and Alma M. Sanders. New York: Leo. Feist, 1916.
Honolulu America loves you. Jimmie V. Monaco. New York: Leo. Feist, 1916.
Horses. Byron Gay and Richard A. Whiting. New York: Leo. Feist, 1926.
An Hour never passes. Jimmy Kennedy. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1944.
How are things in Glocca Morra. Burton Lane. New York: Crawford Music, 1946.
How long will it last. Joseph Meyer. New York: Robbins Music, 1931.
How sweet you are. Arthur Schwartz. New York: Remick Music, 1943.
How ‘ya gonna keep ’em down on the farm. Walter Donaldson. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
How’d ja like to go to heaven with a smile? Billy Frisch & Otto Motzan. New York: Harms, 1930.
How’d you like to be my daddy. Ted Snyder. New York: Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder, 1918.
How’s ev’ry little thing in Dixie. Albert Gumble. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1916.
Huckleberry Finn. Cliff Hess, Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
Huggin’ and chalkin’. Clancy Hayes and Kermit Goell. New York: Hudson Music, 1946.
Humming. Louis Breau and Ray Henderson. New York: T. B. Harms, 1920.
Hungarian rag. Julius Lenzberg. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1913.
Hunting the hun. Archie Gottler. New York: Kalmar, Puck & Abrahams, 1918.
The hut-sut song. Leo V. Killon, Ted McMichael, Jack Owens. Hollywood: Schumann Music, 1941.
 
Folder 5
I cannot bear to say goodbye. Anita Owen. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
I can’t begin to tell you. James V. Monaco. New York: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, 1945.
I can’t believe it’s true. Charles Newman, Ben Bernie and Isham Jones. New York: Leo. Feist, 1932.
I can’t get along without you. Egbert van Alstyne. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
I couldn’t tell them what to do. Vee Lawnhurst. New York: Keit-Engel, 1933.
I don’t care to live in any marble halls with you. Al. Selden, Anna Chandler, & Sam H. Stedt. New York: Broadway Music, 1917.
I don’t want to set the world on fire. Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Bennie Benjemen, and Eddie Durham. New York: Cherio Music, 1941.
I don’t want to walk without you. Jule Styne. New York: Paramount Music, 1941.
I found a million dollar baby. Harry Warren. New York: Remick Music, 1931.
I had the craziest dream. arry Warren. New York: Bregman, Vocco and Conn, 1942.
I hate to lose you. Archie Gottler. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
I hum a waltz. Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. New York: Miller Music, 1937.
I know why. Jimmy Morgan. New York: Richmond, 1919.
I like the name of Dixie but I love my northern home. Chas. L. Johnson. Chicago: Ted Browne Music, 1917.
I like you best of all. George A. Little, Arthur Sizemore, Larry Shay. New York: Broadway Music, 1925.
I love me. Will Mahoney. New York: Broadway Music, 1923.
I love sweet Angeline. Creamer and Layton. New York: Joe Mittenthal, 1922.
I love to hear an Irish band upon St. Patrick’s day. Jean Schwartz. New York: Jerome & Schwartz, 1912.
I love you! Harry Archer. New York: Leo. Feist, 1923.
I love you Sunday. Charley Straight. Chicago: Forster Music, 1920.
I never knew you loved me. Tom Lothian and Eben Litchfield. Boston: Melody Lane, 1913.
I saw my mother smiling. Forrest Young. Toledo, Ohio: United Music, 1919.
I should care. Sammy Cahn, Alex Stordahl and Paul Weston. New York: Dorsey Brothers’ Music, 1944.
I still remember. Peter De Rose. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1928.
I surrender dear. Harry Barris. Hollywood: Freed and Powers, 1931.
I used to call her baby. Howard Johnson, Murray Roth and Cliff Hess. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
 
Folder 6
I want a daddy who will rock me to sleep. A. Baldwin Sloane. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1919.
I want a doll. Harry von Tilzer. New York: Harry von Tilzer, 1918.
I want a political man. F. Henri Klickmann. Chicago: Frank K. Root, 1913.
I want my mammy. Louis Breau. New York: Belwin, 1921.
I want to be with you. Ted Garton. Boston: Gartan Bros., 1916.
I wish I knew. Robert E. Spencer, Frank Anderson, & Harry Bryant. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1922.
I wish that I’d been satisfied with Mary. Ray Henderson. New York: Irving Berlin, 1925.
I wonder whether. Louis A. Hirsch. New York: T. B. Harms, 1918.
I’d be lying. Tommy Lyman, Rudy Vallée and Dan Dougherty. New York: Leo. Feist, 1931.
I’d love to fall asleep and wake up in my mammy’s arms. Fred E. Ahlert. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1920.
Idaho. Jesse Stone. New York: Mills Music, 1942.
Idolizing. Sam Messenheimer, Irbing Abrahamson & Ray West. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1926.
If I catch the guy who wrote poor butterfly. Arthur Green. New York: William Jerome, 1917.
If I ever cry. Sylvia Clark, Bobbie Kuhn & Eddie Kuhn. Chicago: Milton Weil Music, 1925.
If I loved you. Richard Rodgers. New York: Williamson Music, 1945.
If they’d never take you from me. Dave Harris. New York: Broadway Music, 1917.
If you can’t be a bell-cow fall in behind. A.L. Robb and J. Fred Helf. New York: Sol Bloom, 1902.
If you can’t get a girl in the summertime. Harry Tierney. New York: Kalmar & Puck Music, 1915.
If you knew Susie like I know Susie. B. G. De Sylva. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1925.
If you saw all that I saw in Arkansas. Will J. Harris and Milton Ager. New York: Broadway Music, 1917.
If you see Sally. Walter Donaldson. New York: Leo. Feist, 1927.
If you want the rainbow. Oscar Levant. New York: Remick Music, 1928.
If you’ll come back to my garden of love. Albert Gumble. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
 
Folder 7
I’ll always remember you. Jesse Greer. New York: Robbins Music, 1927.
I’ll be faithful. Allie Wrubel. New York: Robbins Music, 1933.
I’ll be happy when the preacher makes you mine. Walter Donaldson. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
I’ll be seeing you. Sammy Fain. New York: Williamson Music, 1938.
I’ll close my eyes. Billy Reid. New York: Peter Maurice Music, 1946.
I’ll come back again to you. Ted. S. Barron. New York: Barron & Thompson, 1906.
I’ll forget you. Ernest R. Ball. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1921.
I’ll say she does. Bud De Sylva, Gus Kahn & Al Jolson. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
I’ll see you in C-U-B-A. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1920.
I’ll walk alone. Jule Styne. New York: Mayfair Music, 1944.
I’m a lonesome little rain drop. James F. Hanley. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1920.
I’m a lonesome melody. Geo. W. Meyer. New York: Kalmar & Puck Music, 1915.
I’m always chasing rainbows. Harry Carroll. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1918.
I’m all bound ’round with the Mason Dixon line. Jean Schwarta. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
I’m always watching clouds roll by. Al. Piantadosi. New York: Al. Piantadosi, 1910.
I’m beginning to see the light. Harry James, Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges, Don George. New York: Grand Music, 1944.
I’m crazy about my daddy. Chas. R. McCarron and Carey Morgan. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1918.
I’m dreaming in the twilight of mother and home sweet home. John C. Sycamore. Rochester, N.Y.: John C. Sycamore, 1915.
I’m goin’ to fight my way right back to Carolina. Billy Baskette and Jessie Spiess. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1918.
I’m gonna charleston back to Charleston. Roy Turk and Lou Handman. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1925.
I’m gonna wander out yonder. Hughie Barrett. New York: Edward B. Marks Music, 1926.
 
Folder 8
I’m hungry for beautiful girls. Fred. Fisher, Billy Rose & Wilber Held. New York: Frred Fisher, 1922. [incomplete]
I’m in love with two sweethearts. E. Box, D. Box and Lewis Ilda. New York: Music Makers, 1945.
I’m knee deep in daisies. Paul Ash, Larry Shay. Chicago: Milton Weil Music, 1925.
I’m losing you. Bert Grant. New York: Arthur Behim Songs, 1931.
I’m no angel. Harvey Brooks. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1933.
I’m on my way to Dublin bay. Stanley Murphy. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1915.
I’m so sympathetic. Harry Carroll. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
I’m sorry I ain’t got it. Ted Snyder. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
I’m sorry I made you cry. N. J. Clesi. New York: Leo. Feist, 1918.
I’m the brother of lily of the valley. L. Wolfe Gilbert, Anatol Friedland and Henry Lewis. New York: Gilbert Friedland, 1918.
I’m thru with love. Matt Malneck & Fud Livingston. New York: Robbins Music, 1931.
I’m waiting for to-morrow to come. F. Hawelka, M. Prival. New York: A. J. Stasny Music, 1919.
I’m yours. John W. Green. New York: Famous Music, 1930.
 
Folder 9
In a boat. Arthur Lange, Licco Liggy & Ernest Klapholz. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1921.
In a little Spanish town. Mabel Wayne. New York: Leo. Feist, 1926.
In a shanty in old shanty town. Joe Young, John Siras, Little Jack Little. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1932.
In a shelter from a shower. Ernest Breuer. New York: Broadway Music, 1933.
In berry pickin’ time. Percy Wenrich. New York: Leo. Feist, 1917.
In my arms. Frank Loesser and Ted Grouya. Hollywood: Saunders, 1943.
In my gondola. Harry Warren. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1926.
In San Domingo. Ted Snyder. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
In sweet September. James V. Monaco. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1920.
In the garden of to-morrow. Jessie L. Deppen. New York: Chappell-Harms, 1924.
In the heart of a fool. Harry D. Squires. New York: Joe Morris, 1919.
In the land of wedding bells. Geo. W. Meyer. New York: Leo. Feist, 1917.
In the sweet long ago. Alfred Solman. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1916.
Indian love call. Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart. New York: Harms, 1924.
Indianola. S.R. Henry and D. Onivas. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1917.
International rag. Irving Berlin. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1913.
Irene. Harry Tierney. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
Is it true what they say about dixie? Irving Caesar, Sammy Lerner & Gerald Marks. New York: Irving Caesar, 1936.
Is you is, or is you ain’t. Billy Austin, Louis Jordan. New York: Leeds Music, 1944.
 
Folder 10
It ain’t gonna rain no mo’. Wendell Hall. Chicago: Forster Music, 1923.
It isn’t fair. Richard Himber, Frank Warshauer & Sylvester Sprigato. New York: Words and Music, 1933.
It isn’t fair. Richard Himber, Frank Warshauer & Sylvester Sprigato. New York: Keit-Engel, 1933.
It was so beautiful. Harry Barris. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1932.
It’s a long way back to mother’s knee. Andrew B. Sterling, Bernie Grossman and Arthur Lange. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1917.
It’s a sin to tell a lie. Billy Mayhew. New York: Donaldson Douglas & Gumble, 1936.
It’s all a dream. George L. Cobb. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1915.
It’s been a long, long time. Jule Styne. New York: Edwin H. Morris, 1945.
It’s been so long. Walter Donaldson. New York: Leo. Feist, 1935.
It’s love, love, love! Mack David, Joan Whitney, Alex Kramer. New York: Santly-Joy, 1943.
It’s never too late to be sorry. Jos. A. Burke. New York: A.J. Stasny Music, 1918.
It’s not your nationality. Howard Johnson. New York: Leo. Feist, 1916.
It’s tulip time in Holland. Richard A. Whiting. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1915.
I’ve got a feeling I’m falling. Barry Rose, Harry Link and Thos. Waller. New York: Santly Bros., 1929.
I’ve got my eyes on you. Cole Porter. New York: Crawford Music, 1939.
I’ve got my love to keep me warm. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1937.
I’ve got the army blues. L. Wolfe Gilbert and Carey Morgan. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1916.
I’ve got the nicest little home in D-i-x-i-e. Walter Donaldson. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1917.
I’ve got the sweetest girl in Maryland. Walter Donaldson. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1917.
I’ve heard that song before. Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn. New York: Edwin H. Morris, 1942.
I’ve only one idea about the girls. Al. Piantadosi, New York: Leo. Feist, 1914.
 
Folder 11
Ja-da. Bob Carleton. New York: Leo. Feist, 1918.
The Japanese sandman. Richard A. Whiting. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1920.
Jazz babies’ ball. Maceo Pinkard. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1920.
Jazz baby. M. K. Jerome. New York: Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder, 1919.
Jeepers creepers. Harry Warren. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1938.
Jersey bounce. Bobby Plater, Tiny Bradshaw, Edward Johnson. New York: Lewis Music, 1941.
Jim, Jim. Harry von Tilzer. New York: Harry von Tilzer Music, 1918.
Jimmy I love but you. Al Trebla & Frank Capie. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1922.
Johnson rag. Guy Hall and Henry Kleinkauf. New York: Miller Music, 1945.
June brought the roses. John Openshaw. New York: Harms, 1924.
Juno waltz. Abbie A. Ford. Chicago: Harold Rossiter Music, 1911.
 
Folder 12
Just a baby’s prayer at twilight. M. K. Jerome. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
Just a cottage small. James F. Hanley. New York: Harms, 1925.
Just a little cottage. Jack Egan. New York: Broadway Music, 1917.
Just a little love song. Joe Cooper. New York: Irving Berlin, 1922.
Just a memory. Ray Henderson. New York: Harms, 1927.
Just a moment! Egbert van Alstyne. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1914.
Just close your eyes big moon. Beth Slater Whitson. Chicago: Frank K. Root, 1913.
Just imagine. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1927.
Just let me look at you. Jerome Kern. New York: Chappell, 1938.
Just one of those things. Cole Porter. New York: Harms, 1935.
Just so you’ll remember. Joseph Meyer. New York: Harms, 1932.
Just you, just me. Jesse Greer. New York: Robbins Music, 1929.
 
Folder 13
Kalamazoo. Harry Warren. New York: Twentieth Century Music, 1942.
Kangaroo Hop. Melville Morris. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1915.
Keep the home-fires burning. Ivor Novello. New York: Chappell, 1915.
Keep your eye on the girlie you love. Ira Schuster. New York: Leo. Feist, 1916.
Kentucky dream. S.R. Henry and D. Onivas. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1918.
Kerry Mills barn dance. Kerry Mills. New York: F. A. Mills, 1908.
Kismet. Herschel Henlere & Guido Diero. Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1920.
A kiss goodnight. Freddie Slack, Floyd Victor, R.N. Herman. New York: Miller Music, 1945.
Kiss the boys goodbye. Victor Schertzinger. New York: Famous Music, 1941.
Kisses. Lynn Cowan. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1918.
Knit, knit, knit. Harry von Tilzer. New York: Harry von Tilzer Music, 1917.
 

 

Box 3

Folder 1
Laddie. Luella Lookwood Moore. St. Louis, Mo.: Buck & Lowney, 1914.
Laura. David Raksin. New York: Robbins Music, 1945.
Lazy. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.
Lazybones. Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael. New York: Southern Music, 1933.
Leave me with a smile. Earl Burtnett and Chas. Koehler. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1921.
The legend. Harold Levey. New York: T.B. Harms, 1920.
Let it snow! Jule Styne. New York: Edwin H. Morris, 1945.
Let me love you tonight. Rene Touzet. New York: Robbins Music, 1944.
Let’s get friendly. Dan Dougherty. New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, 1931.
L-i-b-e-r-t-y. Ted S. Barron. New York: Metropolis Music, 1916.
A little bit of sunshine. James F. Hanley. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1918.
Liberty bell. Halsey K. Mohr. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1917.
Liebestraum. Franz Liszt. Chicago: Calumet Music, 1935.
Lilacs in the rain. Peter De Rose. New York: Robbins Music, 1939.
Lily Belle. Dave Franklin and Irving Raylor. Hollywood: Martin Music, 1945.
Lily of the valley. L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1917.
Limehouse blues. Philip Braham. New York: Harms, 1922.
Listen to the knocking at the knitting club. Harry von Tilzer. New York: Harry von Tilzer, 1917.
Listening. Joe Solman. Chicago: Forster, 1921.
A little birch canoe. Lee S. Roberts. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
Little bo-peep has last he jeep. Jerry Bowne and Frank De Vol. New York: Peer International, 1942.
Little girl. Will Clayton. New York: Broadway Music, 1918.
Little mother. Erno Rapee and Lew Pollack. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1928.
The little old church in the valley. Gus Kahn, Gene Arnold and Egbert van Alstyne. New York: Remick Music, 1931.
A little on the lonely side. Dick Robertson, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon. New York: Advanced Music, 1944.
Little orphan Annie’s song. [author unknown] [S.l.]: Wander Company, 1931.
The little red school house. Al Wilson and Jas. A. Brennan. New York: Edward B. Marks Music, 1922.
The little show. Arthur Schwartz. New York: Harms, 1929.
The little things in life. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1930.
 
Folder 2
L’ivery-stable blues. Ray Lopez & Alcide Nunez. Chicago: Roger Graham, 1917.
Liza Jane. Creamer and Layton. New York: Broadway Music, 1918.
Lonesome. Kendis, Brockman & Vincent. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
Lonesome and sorry. Benny Davis and Con Conrad. New York: Henry Waterson, 1926.
Lonesome mama. Bippie Brown. Kansas City: J.W. Jenkins’ Sons, 1922.
Longing. Joe Bren. Chicago: Ted Browne Music, 1921.
Lou’siana lullaby. Charles Newman, Johnny Burke, Harold Spina. New York: Santly Bros., 1933.
Louisville Lou. Milton Ager. New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, 1923.
Lovable and sweet. Oscar Levant. New York: Harms, 1929.
Love. Edmund Goulding. New York: Irving Berlin, 1929.
Love is a wonderful thing. L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1917.
Love is like that. Benée Russell. New York: Leo. Feist, 1931.
Love is the sweetest thing. Ray Noble. New York: Harms, 1932.
A love story. Heinz Provost. New York: Edward Schuberth, 1940.
The loveliness of you. Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. New York: Miller Music, 1937.
Lover come back to me. Sigmund Romberg. New York: Harms, 1928.
Lucky day. Ray Henderson. New York: Harms, 1926.
Lullaby of the leaves. Bernice Petkere. New York: Irving Berlin, 1932.
 
Folder 3
Ma! Sidney Clare & Con Conrad. New York: Fred. Fisher, 1921.
Maiden’s prayer. Thécla Badarzewska. New York: De Luxe Music, [191-].
Mairzy doates. Milton Drake, Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston. New York: Miller Music, 1943.
Make believe. Jack Skilkret. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1921.
Mammy o’mine. Maceo Pinkard. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1929.
Mammy’s chocolate soldier. Archie Gottler. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
Mammy’s little coal black rose. Richard A. Whiting. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1916.
Mammy’s lullaby. Lee S. Roberts. Chicago: Forster Music, 1918.
The man I could have loved. Patricia Byington. New York: Harms, 1930.
Managua Nicaragua. Irving Fields. New York: Encore Music, 1946.
Margie. Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1920.
Mary Lou. Abe Lyman, George Waggner and J. Russel Robinson. New York: Henry Waterson, 1926.
Massachusetts. Lucky Roberts. New York: Miller Music, 1942.
Maybe. Carmen Lombardo, John Jacob Loeb, Harry Kogen. New York: Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble, 1937.
Me and my Melinda. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1942.
Me too. Harry Woods, Charles Tobias and Al. Sherman. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1926.
Meadow-lark. Ted Fiorito and Hal Keidel. Chicago: Forster Music, 1926.
Mean to me. Roy Turk and Fred E. Ahlert. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1929.
Meet me at twilight. Sydney P. Harris. New York: Sydney P. Harris, 1914.
Melody of love. H. Engelmann. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1903.
Memories. Egbert van Alstyne. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1915.
Mindin’ my bus’ness. Walter Donaldson. New York: Irving Berlin, 1923.
Minnie’s in the money. Harry Warren. New York: Triangle Music, 1943.
 
Folder 4
Miss you. Henry H. Tobias. New York: Santly Bros., 1929.
Mississippi volunteers. George L. Cobb. Sydney, Australia: Walter Jacobs, 1917.
Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean. Ed. Gallagher & Al. Shean. New York: Jack Mills, 1922.
Mr. jazz himself. Irving Berlin. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
Mocking bird rag. Chas. T. Straight. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1912.
Modern melody. Ted Shapiro. New York: Keit-Engel, 1932.
Moon of Israel. Harley E. Cash. Rochester, NY: Bernard, Scheib, 1919.
The moon shines on the moonshine. Robert Hood Bowers. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1920.
Moon winks. Geo. Stevens. Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1904.
Moonbeams. George E. Price & Sam H. Stept. New York: Goodman & Rose, 1921.
Moonlight. Con Conrad. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1920.
Moonlight and roses. Edwin H. Lemare, Ben Black and Neil Morét. San Francisco: Villa Morét, 1925.
Moonlight becomes you. Jimmy van Heusen. New York: Famous Music, 1942.
Moonlight cocktail. Lucky Roberts. New York: Jewel Music, 1941.
Moonlight mood. Peter De Rose. New York: Robbins Music, 1942.
The most beautiful flag in the world. Jack Glogua. Rochester, NY: Lew Berk, 1917.
Mother. Theodore Morse. New York: Leo. Feist, 1915.
Mother in Ireland. Gerald Griffin, Herman Kahn & Tommy Lyman. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1922.
Mother Machree. Chauncey Olcott & Ernest R. Ball. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1910.
The music goes ’round and around. Edward Farley, Michael Riley. New York: Select Music, 1935.
Music of the wedding chimes. Pete Wendling. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
 
Folder 5
My baby’s arms. Harry Tierney. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
My buddy. Walter Donaldson. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1922.
My bundle of love. George price and Abner Silver. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1926.
My croony melody. Joe Goodwin and Ray Goetz. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1914.
My daddy. Jack Norworth, Arthur Swanstrom, Carey Morgan. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1921.
My darling. Richard Myers. New York: Harms, 1932.
My devotion. Roc Hillman, Johnny Napton. New York: Santly-Joy-Select, 1942.
My dixie-doodle gal. Archie Kay. New York: Jeff Branen, 1917.
My flower garden girl. Charlie Pierce, Billie Baskette & Geo. A. Little. New York: Leo. Feist, 1917.
My gal. Ed. Nelson, Bud Cooper. New York: A.J. Stasny Music, 1919.
My gee gee. Albert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music, 1920.
My Hawaii. L.W. Lewis. New York: Echo Music, 1917.
My Hawaiian sunshine. L. Wolfe Gilbert and Carey Morgan. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1916.
My heart tells me. Harry Warren. New York: Twentieth Century Music, 1943.
My kinda love. Louis Alter. New York: Robbins Music, 1929.
My little bimbo. Walter Donaldson. New York: Irving Berlin, 1920.
My little dream girl. Anatol Friedland. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1915.
My little girl. Albert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music, 1915.
 
Folder 6
My mind’s made up to marry Carolina. Lew Brown & Rubey Cowan. New York: Broadway Music, 1917.
My mother’s eyes. Abel Baer. New York: Leo. Feist, 1928.
My! my! Jimmy McHugh. New York: Famous Music, 1940.
My own Iona. Anatol Friedland and Carey Morgan. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1916.
My rambler Rose. Louis A. Hirsch, Dave Stamper. New York: Harms, 1922.
My reverie. Larry Clinton. New York: Robbins Music, 1938.
My sugar. Jack Little. New York: Henry Waterson, 1925.
My sweet Egyptian rose. Anatol Friedland. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1917.
My sweeter than sweet. Richard A. Whiting. New York: Famous Music, 1929.
My sweetie. Irving Berlin. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
My sweetie turned me down. Gus Kahn and Walter Donaldson. New York: Irving Berlin, 1925.
My sweetie went away. Roy Turk & Lou Handman. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1923.
Mystery? Joseph A. Cirina. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
 
Folder 7
`N’ everything. Bud De Sylvia, Gus Kahn & Al Jolson. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
National emblem. E.E. Bagley. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1911.
‘Neath the south sea moon. Louis A. Hirsch, Dave Stamper. New York: Harms, 1922.
Nestle in your daddy’s arms. Lou Herscher, Joe Burke. New York: Leo. Feist, 1921.
Nevertheless. Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. New York: Crawford Music, 1931.
Night-time in little Italy. Fred Fisher. New York: McCarthy & Fisher Music, 1917.
Nightingale rag. Joseph Lamb. St. Louis, Mo.: Stark Music, 1915.
The nights are six months long. James F. Hanley. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1917.
Nights of gladness. Charles Ancliffe. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1912.
No can do. Nat Simon. New York: Robbins Music, 1945.
No regrets. Roy Ingraham. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1936.
Nobody but you. George Gershwin. New York: T.B. Harms, 1919.
Nobody knows. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1919.
Nobody lied. Edwin J. Weber. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1922.
Normandy chimes. W.C. Powell. New York: Church, Paxson, 1913.
Norway. Joe. McCarthy and Fred. Fisher. New York: Leo. Feist, 1915.
Now is the hour. Maewa Kaihan, Clement Scott, Dorothy Stewart. New York: Leeds Music, 1913.
Now you’re in my arms. Allie Wrubel and Morton Downey. New York: Remick Music, 1931.
Now you’ve got me worryin’ for you. Sammy Fain. New York: Remick Music, 1932.
 
Folder 8
O’Brien is tryin’ to learn to talk Hawaiian. Rennie Cormack. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1916.
Oh baby. Walter Donaldson. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.
Oh by jingo! Albert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music, 1919.
Oh! Frenchy. Con Conrad. New York: Broadway Music, 1918.
Oh! How I wish I could sleep until my daddy comes home. Pete Wendling. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
Oh! How she can dance. Walter Leopold. New York: Chas. K. Harris, 1919.
Oh, how she could yacki hacki wicki wacki woo. Albert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music, 1916.
Oh! Ma-ma! Rudy Vallee and Paolo Citorello. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1928.
Oh promise me. Reginald De Koven. New York: G. Schirmer, 1906.
Oh, Susie, behave. Abe Olman. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1918.
Oh! What a pal was Mary. Pete Wendling. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
The old apple tree. M.K. Jerome and Jack Scholl. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1938.
Old fashioned girl. Al. Jolson. New York: Richmond-Robbins, 1922.
Old man sunshine. Harry Warren. New York: Remick Music, 1928.
The old oaken bucket. S. Woodworth. New York: Geo. Molineux, 1918.
Old Tennessee and me. Richard A. Whiting. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe. Harry Warren. New York: Leo. Feist, 1945.
On the south sea isle. Harry von Tilzer. New York: Harry von Tilzer, 1916.
Once in a lifetime. Jesse Greer. New York: Robbins Music, 1928.
 
Folder 9
One day in June. James F. Hanley. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1917.
One day when we were young. Johann Strauss II. New York: Leo Feist, 1938.
One dozen roses. Dick Jurgens, Country Washburn, Roger Lewis, Walter Donovan. New York: Famous Music, 1942.
The one girl. Vincent Youmans. New York: Vincent Youmans Music, 1928.
157 West 57th Street. Raymond Scott. New York: Standard Music, 1936.
The one I love. Isham Jones. Chicago: Milton Weil Music, 1924.
Only you. A.H. Eastman and Fred Heltman. Cleveland: Fred Heltman, 1919.
Oo-solo-mi’. Jimmy Monaco. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1919.
Orange blossom waltze. G. Ludovic. New York: De Luxe Music, [191-].
Oriental. Vincent Rose. San Francisco: Daniels & Wilson, 1918.
Out of nowhere. John W. Green. New York: Famous Music, 1931.
Out of the east. Joe Rosey. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
Over the top. Alfred Bryan, Jack Wells, Pete Wendling. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
Over there. Geo. M. Cohan. New York: William Jerome, 1917.
 
Folder 10
Paddle-addle. Ted Snyder. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
Palesteena. Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1920.
Paper doll. Johnny Black. New York: Edward B. Marks Music, 1915.
Paradise lane. Charles O’Flynn, Charlie McCarthy and Mickey Addy. New York: Leo. Feist, 1933.
Pardon me pretty baby. Vincent Rose. New York: Phil Kornheiser, 1931.
Pastime rag No. 3. Artie Matthews. St Louis, Mo.: Stark Music, 1916.
Paul Revere’s ride. E.T. Paull. New York: E.T. Paull Music, 1905.
Peace song. Victor L. Schertzinger. New York: Leo. Feist, 1916.
Peg o’ my heart. Fred Fisher. New York: Leo. Feist, 1913.
Perfidia. Alberto Dominguez. New York: Southern Music, 1941.
Piccolo Pete. Phil Baxter. Kansas City, Mo.: J.W. Jenkins Sons, 1929.
Pickaninny’s paradise. Nat. Osborne. New York: Harry von Tilzer. 1918.
Pistol packin’ mama. Al Dexter. New York: Edwin H. Morris, 1943.
Plantation lullaby. Vernon Stevens, Gladys Gillette, Albert Holmer. New York: A.J. Stasny Music, 1921.
Play a simple melody. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1914.
Please be kind. Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin. New York: Harms, 1938.
Please don’t talk about me when I’m gone. Sidney Clare, Sam H. Stept and Bee Palmer. New York: Remick Music, 1930.
Poinciana. Nat Simon. Radio City, N.Y.: Edward B. Marks, 1936.
Poor Pauline. Raymond Walker. New York: Broadway Music, 1914.
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!! Frank Loesser. New York: Famous Music, 1942.
Pray for the lights to go out. Renton Tunnah and Will E. Skidmore. Kansas City, Mo.: Jos. W. Stern, 1916.
Pray for sunshine. Maurice Abrahams. New York: Kalmar Puck & Abrahams, 1917.
A precious little thing called love. Lou Davis and J. Fred Coots. New York: Remick Music, 1928.
The prisoner’s song. Guy Massey. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1924.
Promise you’ll remember me. Nacio Herb Brown. New York: Nacio Herb Brown, 1931.
 
Folder 11
Queen of my heart. Katherine Finnigan Anderson. Boston: Katherine Finnigan Anderson, 1933.
 
Folder 12
Ragging the chopsticks. Archie Gottler & Abe Frankl. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
The ragtime volunteers are off to war. James F. Hanley. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1917.
The red lantern. Fred Fisher. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1919.
Red riding-hood waltzes. John T. Hall. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1906.
Regretful blues. Cliff Hess. New York: Kalmar Puck & Abrahams, 1917.
Remember me? Harry Warren. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1937.
Rich man, beggar, pauper, king. Larry Shay. New York: Harms, 1930.
Rock-a-bye your baby with a dixie melody. Jean Schwartz. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
Roll ’em girls. Bobby Heath, Micky Marr & Archie Fletcher. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1925.
Romance. Walter Donaldson. New York: Walter Donaldson, 1929.
Rose in the bud. Dorothy Forster. New York: Chappell-Harms, 1907.
Rose of Araby. Cal De Voll. Chicago: Ted Browne Music, 1919.
The rose of no man’s land. James A. Brennan. New York: Leo Feist, 1918.
Roses in December. Herb Magidson, Ben Oakland and George Jessel. New York: Irving Berlin, 1937.
Round her neck she wears a yeller ribbon. George A. Norton. New York: Leo. Feist, 1917.
Running between the rain-drops. Carroll Gibbons. New York: Santly Bros., 1931.
Russian lullaby. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1927.
 
Folder 13
Sailin’ away on the Henry Clay. Egbert van Alstyne. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
Sally Green. M.K. Jerome & Willy White. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1920.
Sam fox trot. Geo. P. Howard. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1915.
Sam, the old accordion man. Walter Donaldson. New York: Leo. Feist, 1927.
Saturday night. Jule Styne. New York: Barton Music, 1944.
Say a little prayer for me. Horatio Nicholls, New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1930.
Say a pray’r for the boys over there. Jimmy McHugh. New York: Southern Music, 1943.
Say it again. Jesse Greer. New York: Harry von Tilzer, 1918.
Say it again. Abner Silver. New York: Irving Berlin, 1926.
Says my heart. Burton Lane. New York: Famous Music, 1938.
The scandal-walk. George Gershwin. New York: T.B. Harms, 1920.
School day sweethearts. Glen Edwards. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1923.
The scrappin’ “Three-tenth”. Harold J. Upright. Camp Dix, N.J.: Gordon Hugh, 1918.
Second hand rose. James F. Hanley. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1921.
Send me away with a smile. Louis Weslyn & Al. Piantadosi. New York: Al. Piantadosi, 1917.
Set aside your tears. L. Wolfe Gilbert, Malvin Franklin & Anatol Friedland. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1917.
Seven or eleven. Walter Donaldson. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1923.
Shadow waltz. Harry Warren. New York: Remick Music, 1933.
She is the sunshine of Virginia. Harry Carroll. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1916.
Shepherd serenade. Kermit Goell. New York: Mayfair Music, 1941.
Shim-me-sha-wabble. Spencer Williams. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1917.
Shoo-shoo baby. Phil Moore. New York: Leeds Music, 1943.
 
Folder 14
The sidewalk waltz. J. Fred. Coots. New York: Irving Berlin, 1933.
A signal from Mars. Raymond Taylor. New York: E.R. Paull Music, 1901.
A silver lining. Walter Donaldson and Dolly Morse. New York: Leo. Feist, 1928.
Silver moon. Sigmund Romberg. New York: Harms, 1927.
Sinbad was in bad. Harry Carroll. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
Since I found you. Harry Woods. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1926.
Since mother goes to movie shows. Albert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music, 1916.
Sing a song of sunbeams. James V. Monaco. New York: Santly-Joy-Select, 1939.
Sing me loves lullaby. Theodore Morse. New York: Leo. Feist, 1917.
Sing to me. Harry Akst. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1933.
Sipping cider thru’ a straw. Carey Morgan and Lee David. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1919.
Sleepy time gal. Ange Lorenzo and Richard A. Whiting. New York: Leo. Feist, 1925.
Slow and easy. Norman Spencer. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
 

 

Box 4

Folder 1
Smile when you’re blue. Fred Chester. Boston: Fred Chester, 1933.
Smiles. Lee S. Roberts. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
Smoke gets in your eyes. Jerome Kern. New York: T. B. Harms, 1933. (2 copies)
Snuggled on our shoulder. Carmen Lombardo. New York: Leo. Feist, 1932.
So long oo-long. Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1920.
So long Sal. Arthur Lange. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1918.
So tired. Russ Morgan and Jack Stuart. New York: Glenmore Music, 1943.
So you’re the one. Hy Zaret, Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer. New York: Broadcast Music, 1940.
Soliloquy. Rube Bloom. New York: Jack Mills, 1927.
Some day. Earl Burtnett. New York: A. J. Stasny, 1919.
Some day I’ll make you glad. Harry D. Squires. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1918.
Some Sunday morning. Richard A. Whiting. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
Some sunny day. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1922.
Somebody misses somebody’s kisses. M. Prival. New York: A. J. Stasny Music, 1919.
Somebody’s wrong. Henry I. Marshall, Raymond Egan, Richard A. Whiting. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1923.
Someday I’ll find you. Noël Coward. New York: Harms, 1931.
Someday somebody’s gonna get you. L. Wolfe Gilbert and Carey Morgan. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1917.
Someone else may be there while I’m gone. Irving Berlin. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
 
Folder 2
Something tells me. Harry Warren. New York: M. Witmark, 1938.
Sometime. G. M. Blandford. Boston: G. M. Blandfor, 1902. (2 copies)
Sometimes the dream comes true. Ted D. Ward. New York: Bernard Granville, 1915.
Somewhere in France is the lily. Jos. E. Howard. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1917.
Southern gals. Albert Gumble. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
Southern moonlight. Phil Ponce. New York: Philip Ponce, 1922.
Sparklets. Walter E. Miles. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1911.
S’posin’. Paul Denniker. New York: Triangle Music, 1929.
Stairway to paradise. George Gershwin. New York: Harms, 1922.
Star dust. Hoagy Carmichael. New York: Mills Music, 1929.
The starlit hour. Peter De Rose. New York: Robbins Music, 1939.
Stop. L. Wolfe Gilbert and Tim Brymn. New York: L. Wolfe Gilbert Music,1921.
The Stormy sea of love. Harry Carroll. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1916.
The story book ball. Billie Montgomery and George Perry. Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1917.
 
Folder 3
Strut, Miss Lizzie. Creamer and Layton. New York: Jack Mills, 1921.
Strutters’ ball. Shelton Brooks. New York: Leo. Feist, 1917.
Stumbling. Zez Confrey. New York: Leo. Feist, 1922. (2 copies)
Suez. Ferdie Grofé, Peter De Rose. New York: Triangle Music, 1922.
Sunday. Ned Miller, Chester Cohn, Jules Stein and Bennie Krueger. New York: Leo. Feist, 1926.
Sunday, Monday, or always. Jimmy van Heusen. New York: Mayfair Music, 1943.
Sunny. Jerome Kern. New York: T. B. Harms, 1925.
Swanee. George Gershwin. New York: T. B. Harms, 1919.
Sweet dreams, sweetheart. M. K. Jerome. New York: Remick, 1944.
Sweet Eloise. Russ Morgan. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1942.
Sweet Emalina, my gal. Creamer & Layton. New York: Broadway Music, 1917.
Sweet Hawaiian moonlight. F. Henri Klickmann. [Chicago: McKinley Music], 1918.
Sweet Jennie Lee. Walter Donaldson. New York: Walter Donaldson, 1930.
Sweet lady. Frank Crumit and Dave Zoob. New York: Leo. Feist, 1921.
Sweet mamma. Fred Rose, George A. Little, Peter L. Frost. New York: Jack Mills, 1920.
Sweet potato piper. James V. Monaco. New York: Santly-Joy-Select, 1939.
Sweet ‘n pretty. Creamer & Layton. New York: Broadway Music, 1918.
Sweet thing. Ralph Williams, Herman Kahn and Joe Berges. Chicago: Ted Browne Music, 1926.
Sweetheart’s holiday. J. Russel Robinson. New York: Santly Bros., 1929.
Sweethearts on parade. Carmen Lombardo. Chicago: Milton Weil, 1928.
Swingin’ down the lane. Isham Jones. New York: Leo. Feist, 1923.
Swingy little thingy. Bud Green and Sam H. Stept. New York: Mills Music, 1933.
Symphony. Alstone. New York: Chappell, 1945.
Syncopate. Tom Johstone. New York: Harms, 1922.
 
Folder 4
Tackin’ ’em down. Albert Gumble. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
Take me to that land of jazz. Pete Wendiling. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
Take my heart. Fred E. Ahlert. New York: Crawford Music, 1936.
The tale the tear-drop told. James G. Ellis. Chicago: Craig-Ellis, 1914.
Tam O’Shanter. George Wm. Warren. New York: Wm. A. Pond, 1894.
Tea for two. Vincent Youmans. New York: Harms, 1924.
Teach me. Geo. Hamilton Green. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1921.
Tell me little gypsy. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1920.
Telling it to the daisies. Harry Warren. New York: Remick Music, 1930.
Ten little fingers and ten little toes. Ira Shuster and Ed. G. Nelson. New York: Leo. Feist, 1921.
Ten tiny toes-one baby nose. Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim and Ira Schuster. [New York]: Harms, 1932.
Thanks. Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow. New York: Famous Music, 1933.
Thanks for the buggy ride. Jules Buffano. San Francisco: Villa Morét, 1925.
That old feeling. Lew Brown and Sammy Fain. New York: Leo Feist, 1937.
That old gang of mine. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1923.
That soothing serenade. Harry De Costa. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1918.
That wonderful mother of mine. Walter Goodwin. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1918.
That wonderful something. Louis Alter. New York: Robbins Music, 1929.
That’s for me. James V. Monaco. New York: Famous Music, 1940.
That’s my idea of you. Ted Garton. Boston: Garton Brothers, 1917.
That’s the kind of a baby for me. J. C. Egan. New York: Broadway Music, 1917.
 
Folder 5
There are such things. Stanley Adams, Abel Baer and Geo. W. Meyer. New York: Yankee Music, 1942.
There goes that song again. Jule Styne. New York: Skidmore Music, 1944.
There will never be another you. Harry Warren. New York: Mayfair Music, 1942.
There’ll be a hot time for the old men. Geo. W. Meyer. New York: Leo. Feist, 1918.
There’ll be some changes made. W. Benton Overstreet. New York: Edward B. Marks Music, 1932.
There’s a broken heart for every light on Broadway. Fred. Fischer. New York: leo. Feist, 1915.
There’s a heart in Virginia for you. Arthur Lange. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1917.
There’s a lot of blue eyed Marys down in Maryland. Geo. W. Meyer. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
There’s a lump of sugar down in Dixie. Albert Gumble. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
There’s a quaker down in quaker town. Alfred Solman. New York: joe Morris, 1916.
There’s a service flag flying at our house. Al. W. Brown. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1917.
There’s Egypt in your dreamy eyes. Herbert Spencer. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
There’s no you. Hal Hopper. New York: Barton Music, 1944.
There’s only one that I would lose my sleep for. Jimmie V. Monaco. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1919.
There’s something about you makes me love you. Henry Lewis, Bernie Grossman & Arthur Lange. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1917.
They called it the Dixie blues. Jack Strouse. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1919.
They started somethin’. Ernest Gold, Robert Sour, Don McCray. New York: Broadcast Music, 1942.
They’ll be mighty proud in Dixie of their old black Joe. Harry Carroll. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1918.
They’re either too young or too old. Arthur Schwartz. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1943.
This is romance. Vernon Duke. New York: T.B. Harms, 1933.
This is the life. Irving Berlin. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1914.
This time it’s real. Walter Shivers, Budddy Bernier and Bob Emmerich. New York: Spier Music, 1938.
Those sighin’ Hawaiian blues. Geo. F. Rubin. New York: Tell Taylor Music, 1916.
Three little words. Harry Ruby. New York: Harms, 1930.
Three of us. Charles O’Flynn, Lee David and Pete Wendling. New York: Edward B. Marks, 1933.
The tickle toe. Louis A. Hirsch. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1918.
Tico-tico. Zequinha Abreu. New York: Chas. K. Harris, 1943.
Till we meet. Lou Davis and Ted Fiorito. New York: Harms, 1929.
Till we meet again. Richard A. Whiting. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
 
Folder 6
Time after time. Ernest R. Ball. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1921.
Time waits for no one. Cliff Friend and Charlie Tobias. New York: Remick Music, 1944.
Time will tell. Richard Himber. New York: Edward B. Marks, 1935.
Tired of me. Walter Donaldson. New York: Irving Berlin, 1920.
Tis when I love you best. J. E. Ballou. Boston: J. E. Ballou, 1933.
Tishomingo blues. Spencer Williams. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1917.
To think that you should care for me. Robert Stolz. New York: Mills Music, 1933.
To-day. Carrie Jacobs-Bond. [Chicago]: Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Son, 1915.
Tom Brown’s trilling tune. Chas. Cooke. Chicago: Buck and Lowney, 1916.
The trail of the lonesome pine. Harry Carroll. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1913.
Trail to sunset valley. L. Wolfe Gilbert and Lewis F. Muir. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1916.
A tree in the meadow. Billy Reid. New York: Campbell-Connelly, 1947.
Tricks. Zez Confrey. New York: Leo. Feist, 1922.
The trolley song. Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. New York: Leo Feist, 1944.
Turkey in the straw. John Bach, arr. Chicago: Calumet Music, 1941.
 
Folder 7
Unlucky. Ted Lewis and J. Russel Robinson. New York: Irving Berlin, 1920.
Up in Mabel’s room. Abner Silver. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1919.
Valse Elaine. Lionel Baxter. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1915.
Valse June. Lionel Baxter. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1914.
The vamp. Byron Gay. New York: Leo. Feist, 1919.
Vaudeville king. Frank David. Boston: G.W. Setchell, 1898.
La veeda. John Alden. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1920.
Venetian moon. Phil Goldberg & Frank Magini. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1919.
Virginia Lee. Arthur Lange. New York: Joe. Morris Music, 1915.
 
Folder 8
Wait till the cows come home. Ivan Caryll. New York: Chappell, 1917.
Wait till you get them up in the air boys. Albert von Tilzer. New York: Broadway Music, 1919.
Wait until your `papa’ comes home. Will E. Skidmore. Kansas City, Mo.: Skidmore Music, 1918.
Waiting. Harold Orlob. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1918.
Wake up, America! Jack Glogau. New York: Leo.Feist, 1916.
Walkin’ by the river. Una Mae Carlisle. New York: Broadcast Music, 1940.
Walkin’ my baby back home. Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert and Harry Richman. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1930.
Walkin’ with my honey. Sam Medoff. New York: Republic Music, 1945.
The waltz you saved for me. Wayne King, Emil Flindt. New York: Leo. Feist, 1930.
Wasn’t it nice? Seymour Simons. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1930.
Wasn’t it yesterday. Irving Berlin. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.
A water lullaby. Elizabeth Youel Allen. Chicago: L.C. Küssner, 1905.
We don’t know where we’re going. W.R. Williams. Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1917.
We just couldn’t say goodbye. Harry Woods. New York: Keit-Engel, 1932.
Weary river. Louis Silvers. New York: Irving Berlin, 1929. (2 copies)
Wedding bells. Jean Schwartz. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.
The wedding of the painted doll. Nacio Herb Brown. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1929.
A wee bit of lace. Harry Tierney. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1929.
 
Folder 9
We’ll build a rainbow in the sky. Richard A. Whiting. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
We’ll have a jubilee in my old Kentucky home. Walter Donaldson. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1915.
We’re going over. Andrew B. Sterling, Bernie Grossman & Arthur Lange. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1917.
We’re going to take the sword away from William. Willie Weston. New York: Kalmar Puck & Abrahams, 1917.
What a day that’ll be. Jess Feiber. New York: Irving Berlin, 1920.
What do I care. Raymond Klages, Jesse Greer and Harry Carroll. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1929.
What do you want to make those eyes at me for. Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson, Jimmie Monaco. New York: Leo. Feist, 1916.
What’ll I do. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.
What’ll you do? Chester Cohn. New York: Leo. Feist, 1927.
What’s the use to worry when you’re broke. Moreland Bros. Song Foundry. Chicago: Ted Browne Music, 1918.
When day is done. Robert Katscher. New York: Harms, 1924.
When I see my sugar. Fred E. Ahlert. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1929.
When I see you I see red white and blue. Archie Gottler. New York: Kalmar Puck & Abrahams, 1917.
When I take my sugar to tea. Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal and Pierre Norman. New York: Famous Music, 1931.
Wana. Cliff Friend. New York: Jack Mills, 1921.
When it comes to loving the girls I’m away ahead of the times. Jack Glogau. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1919.
When it’s apple blossom time in Normandie. Mellor, Gifford and Trevor. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1912.
When it’s night-time down in Burgundy. Herman Paley. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1914.
When Sing Lo Chin plays his mandolin. Fred W. Angell. Rochester, N.Y.: Eddy, Marvel & Sycamore, 1916.
When summer is gone. Monte Wilhite. New York: Harms, 1928.
 
Folder 10
When the cherry blossoms fall. Anselm Goetzl. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1919.
When the grown up ladies act like babies. Maurice Abrahams. New York: Maurice Abrahams Music, 1914.
When the poppies bloom again. Leo Towers, Morton Morrow and Don Pelose. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1936.
When the songbirds sing no more. Alfred Solman. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1913.
When the stars come peeping through. Jack Miller. New York: Marlo Music, 1931.
When the sun goes down in romany. Bert Grant. New York: Irving Berlin, 1916.
When Tony goes over the top. Alex. Marr. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1918.
When we build our cottage of love. Jack Glogau. New York: A.J. Stasny Music, 1917.
When we meet in the sweet bye and bye. Stanley Murphy. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
When we’re alone. Will Jason and Val Burton. New York: Famous Music, 1931.
When will I know? Gus Nager. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1922.
When yankee doodle learns to “parlez vous française”. Ed. Nelson. New York: A.J. Stasny, 1917.
When you come back. George M. Cohan. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1918.
When you come to the end of the day. Frank Westphal. New York: Irving Berlin, 1929.
When you play in the game of love. Al. Piantadosi. New York: Leo. Feist, 1913.
When you see another sweetie hanging around. Walter Donaldson. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.
Where did Robinson Crusoe go with Friday on Saturday night. Geo. W. Meyer. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1916.
Where the blue of the night. Roy Turk, Bing Crosby and Fred E. Ahlert. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1931.
Where the morning glories grow. Richard A. Whiting. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.
While the incense is burning. Walter Smith. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1917.
Whispering. John Schonberger. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1920.
Whisperings of love. C. Kinkel. Phil., Pa.: Eclipse, [1914?].
Whistling in the dark. Dana Suesse. New York: Olman, 1931.
 
Folder 11
White Christmas. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1942.
Who did you fool after all? Van & Schenck and Johnny S. Black. New York: Goodman & Rose, 1922.
Who shall wear them you or I love? Paul Pratt. Chicago: Frank K. Root, 1913.
The whole world is singing my song. Vic Mizzy. New York: Robbins Music, 1946.
Who’ll be the next one. Johnny S. Black. New York: Goodman & Rose, 1921.
Whose little sweetheart are you? Billy James. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1917.
Whose pretty baby are you now. Egbert van Alstyne. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1916.
Why dear? Henry R. Cohen. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1921.
Old pal. M.K. Jerome. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1920.
Why don’t you do right. Joe McCoy. New York: Mayfair Music, 1942.
Why don’t you fall in love with me? Mabel Wayne. New York: Harms, 1942.
The wild wild women. Henry Lewis, Al. Wilson, Al. Piantadosi. New York: Al. Piantadosi, 1917.
Will you forget. Emmerich Kalman. New York: T. B. Harms, 1917.
With you. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1919.
The wooden soldier and the china doll. Isham Jones. New York: Leo. Feist, 1932.
Would you like to take a walk. Harry Warren. New York: Remick Music, 1930.
 
Folder 12
Yah-ta-ta, yah-ta-ta. Jimmy Van Heusen. New York: Burke and Van Heuse, 1945.
The Yanks started yankin’. Chas. McCarron. New York: Broadway Music, 1918.
Yearning. Neil Morét. New York: T. B. Harms, 1918.
Yearning just for you. Benny Davis and Joe Burke. New York: Irving Berlin, 1925.
Yes! we have no bananas. Frank Silver and Irving Cohn. New York: Skidmore Music, 1923. (Cover only, text on verso)
Yesterdays. Jerome Kern. New York: T. B. Harms, 1933.
Yodeling blues. Lew Wilson. New York: Oscar F. Hodge, 1920.
Yoo-hoo. Al. Joson. New York: Maurice Richmond, 1921.
Yo-San. W. C. Polla. Hartford, Conn.: C. C. Church, 1919.
You. Bud Cooper. New York: Irving Berlin, 1923.
You and I know. Arthur Schwartz. New York: Robbins Music, 1937.
You call it madness but I call it love. Con Conrad, Gladys Du Bois, Russ Columbo and Paul Gregory. New York: Con Conrad, 1931.
You can’t have ev’rything. Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. New York: Miller Music, 1937.
You can’t stop me from lovin’ you. Alberta Nichols. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1931.
You couldn’t be cuter. Jerome Kern. New York: Chappell, 1938.
You didn’t want me when you had me. Geo. J. Bennett. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1919.
You have a wonderful day. Earl K. Smith. New York: Tell Taylor, 1917.
You know how ’tis. Arthur A. Penn. New York: M. Witmark, 1922.
You know what I mean. Fred Rath. New York: M. Witmark, 1929.
You made me love you. James V. Monaco. New York: Broadway Music, 1913.
You must have been a beautiful baby. Harry Warren. New York: Remick, 1938.
You never can be too sure about the girls. Rubey Cowan. New York: Broadway Music, 1917.
You never can tell. Newton Alexander. Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1916.
 
Folder 13
You ought to see her now. Harry Pease, Ed. Nelson and Bob. Russak. New York: Jack Mills, 1920.
You were meant for me. Nacio Herb Brown. New York: Robbins Music, 1929. (2 copies)
You rascal you. Sam Theard. New York: Gotham Music, 1931.
You’d be surprised. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1919.
You’d close the gates of heaven. Alfred Solman. New York: Joe Morris Music, 1917.
You’ll always find a laot of sunshine in my old Kentucky home. Rubey Cowan. New York: Broadway Music, 1918.
You’ll find old Dixieland in France. Geo. W. Meyer. New York: Leo. Feist, 1918.
You’ll never know. Harry Warren. New York: Bergman, Vocco and Conn, 1943.
You’ll never miss my love until I’m long, long gone. Will E. Skidmore. Kansas City, Mo.: Skidmore Music, 1918.
Your song from paradise. Sydney Barlow Brown. New York: Boosey, 1927.
You’re absolutely wonderful. Harry Carroll. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1918.
You’re a dangerous girl. Jimmie Monaco. New York: Leo. Feist, 1916.
You’re always in my arms. Harry Tierney. New York: Leo. Feist, 1929.
You’re an education. Harry Warren. New York: Remick, 1938.
You’re a sweet little headache. Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger. New York: Paramount Music, 1938.
You’re dancing on my heart. Geo. W. Meyer. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1932.
You’re driving me crazy. Walter Donaldson. New York: Walter Donaldson, 1930.
You’re in style when you’re wearing a smile. Al W. Brown, Gus Kahn & Egbert van Alstyne. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
You’re the cream in my coffee. B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1928.
You’re some pretty doll. Clarence Williams, New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1917.
You’re still an old sweetheart of mine. Richard A. Whiting. Detroit: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.
You’ve stolen the key to my heart. Art Gillham. Chicago: Ted Browne Music, 1919.
Zigeuner. Noel Coward. New York: Harms, 1947.