CHARLOTTE STAFFORD COLLECTION

SC 1995.15

Ruth T. Watanabe Special Collections
Sibley Music Library

prepared by Elizabeth Wells
Fall 1995

 

CONTENTS

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF COLLECTION

Charlotte Stafford Collection (1895 – 1933, bulk 1910 – 1927)
Location: M1A 3,2-3
1’6″ linear

 

Biographical Sketch

Charlotte Stafford was born in Burlington, Vermont on April 9, 1886 into a musical family. Her brother Harry became a band conductor, and Charlotte pursued a career as a pianist. In 1919 she began playing at the Jefferson Theater on Jefferson Avenue, Rochester as a silent film accompanist. Later she played at the Madison Theater on Genesee Street. In 1921, she played for physical education classes at the YWCA, and in 1923 began as a “rhythm accompanist” at Madison Jr. High School. She continued as an accompanist around Rochester until 1935, when she moved to Hollywood, California. There, she worked with Bebe Orr on short radio programs heard on KFVD and KFAC. She died in Hollywood on August 31, 1970.

 

Provenance

The collection was the gift of Harry S. Phillips, who inherited it from Charlotte Stafford’s daughter upon the daughter’s death. Mr. Phillips donated the collection to the Sibley Library in January of 1993.

 

Scope and Content

The collection consists mainly of sheet music, both vocal, piano and anthologies of dance tunes. Subseries include ukulele songs, war songs, and pedagogical books aimed at a popular music audience. Together, it represents the working collection of a Rochester silent film accompanist in the 1920s. Most composers of popular song from the early decades of the century are represented; the majority of items were published in New York. The bulk of the music dates from 1910 to 1927. The material is pertinent to the field of early film studies and also music and society in the early twentieth century.

 

Restrictions and Use

There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.

 

Associations

Sibley Library possesses a large collection of popular sheet music from the eighteenth to early twentieth centuries. The Burke Sheet Music Collection is similar to the present one, but more extensive.

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF SERIES

 

Series 1: Working Collection

The collection includes theme sheets, containing short melodies from popular shows and films. They have been arranged alphabetically by show or film title.
The “tune books” are handwritten music that has been pasted into the pages of a magazine.
Theater songs have been arranged alphabetically by title, and divided into “octavo” size and standard size sheet music.

Series 2: Vocal Music

Several hundred items of vocal sheet music, including special collections of Ukelele songs and War Songs. The songs have been arranged alphabetically by title.

Series 2: Piano Music

Several hundred items of piano sheet music, including 21 dance folios and several popular pedagogy books. Individual sheet music arranged alphabetically by title. Dance folios and pedagogy books have been divided by publisher, and arranged chronologically by publishing date.

 

 

INVENTORY

Series 1: Working Collection

Subseries A: Compiled Tune Books

Box 1

folder 1 compiled tune books
folder 2 compiled tune books

Subseries B: Theme Sheets

Box 1

folder 3 theme sheets: loose tune sheets
folder 4 theme sheets A – H
folder 5 theme sheets I – N
folder 6 theme sheets O – Y

Subseries C: Theater Songs

Box 1

folder 7 theater songs B – N
folder 8 theater songs O – W

Subseries D: Octavo Theater Songs

Box 1

folder 9 octavo theater songs A – L
folder 10 octavo theater songs M – W

Series 2: Vocal Music

Subseries A: Alphabetical by Title

Box 2

folder 1

Adoration Waltz Song. Frank Magine/A.F. Otis, C. Romano. Kansas City: J.W. Jenkins, 1924.

Ah-Ha! James V. Monaco/Sidney Clare. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1925.

Ain’t Misbehavin’. Thomas Waller, Harry Brooks/Andy Razaf. New York: Mills, 1929.

Ain’t We Got Fun. Richard A. Whiting/Gus Kahn, Raymond B. Egan. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1921.

Alabama Ball. A. W. Beatty/Wm. Hallen Falls. Columbus, Ohio: Young, 1921.

Alabamy Bound. Ray Henderson/Bud De Sylva, Bud Green. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1925.

Alabama Jubilee. George L. Cobb/Jack Yellen. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1915.

The Alcoholic Blues (Some Blues). Albert Von Tilzer/Edward Laska. Broadway, 1919.

Algiers. C. F. Marks/J. W. Guinan. Columbus, Ohio: Young, 1920.

All Alone. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.

All the Quakers are Shoulder Shakers (Down in Quaker Town). Pete Wendling/Bert Kalmar, Edgar Leslie. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.

Aloma Song (Oriental Fox Trot and Classic Dance). Archibald Joyce/Sidney Mitchell. New York: Leo Feist, 1919.

Am I Blue? Harry Akst/Grant Clarke. New York: M. Witmark, 1929.

Amo Song. Herbert Ingraham. New York: Shapiro, 1909.

The Angelus (Creole Legend No. 1). Thurlow Lieurance/James Francis Cooke. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1924.

Annabelle. Ray Henderson/Lew Brown. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1923.

Arithmetic Of Love. Billy Smythe/F. C. Metcalfe. Louisville: Billy Smythe, 1916.

Ask Her While the Band is Playing. Victor Herbert/Glen MacDonough. Chas K. Harris, 1908.

At Sundown (Love is Calling Me Home). Walter Donaldson. New York: Leo Feist, 1927.

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Babes in the Wood (Eddie and Elsie Darling). Jerome Kern/Kern, Schuyler Greene. New York: Harms, Francis, Day & Hunter, 1915.

Baby Rose. George Christie/Louis Weslyn. New York: M. Witmark, 1911.

Back to the Carolina You Love. Jean Schwartz/Grant Clarke. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1914.

Bambalina. Vincent Youmans, Herbert Stothart/Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein, II. New York: Harms, 1923.

Bam Bam Bamy Shore. Ray Henderson/Mort Dixon. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1925.

Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee. Henry I. Marshall/Stanley Murphy. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1912.

Beautiful Annabell Lee. George W. Meyer/Alfred Bryan, Artie Mehlinger. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1920.

Beautiful Ohio. Mary Earl/Ballard MacDonald. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1918.

Bengal Bay. Bert Grant/Roy Turk. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1919.

The Birth of the Blues. Ray Henderson/B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown. New York: Harms, 1926.

Black Bottom. Ray Henderson/B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown. New York: Harms, 1926.

Blue Bird (Bring Back My Happiness). F. Bernard Grant/George Graff Jr. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.

Blue Rose. Eugene Herbert/Arthur Coleman. New York: Joe Morris, 1923.

The Boogie Boo. Nat. D. Ayer/A. Seymour Brown. New York: M. Witmark, 1908.

Bringing Home the Bacon. Frank Bannister, Lew Colwell, Van & Schenk. New York: Hearst, 1924.

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? Jay Gorney/E. Y. Harburg. New York: Harms, 1932.

Buddy. W. C. Polla/Jean Lefavre. Hartford, Conn.: C. C. Church, 1919.

Button Up Your Overcoat. Ray Henderson/B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown. New York: De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, 1928.

By Pigeon Post. Gene Buck, Dave Stamper. New York: Harms, Francis, Day & Hunter, 1919.

By the Light of the Silvery Moon. Gus Edwards/Ed. Madden. New York: Gus Edwards, 1909.

By the Sycamore Tree. Pete Wendling/Haven Gillespie. New York: Irving Berlin, 1931.

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Call for Mr. Brown. Isham Jones/Ole Olsen. New York: Tell Taylor, 1918.

The Call of the Cosy Little Home. Will R. Anderson/Will B. Johnstone. New York: M. Witmark, 1918.

Cecilia. Dave Dreyer/Herman Ruby. New York: Irving Berlin, 1925.

(The Original) Charleston. Cecil Mack, Jimmy Johnson. New York: Harms, 1923.

Charley My Boy. Gus Kahn, Ted Fiorito. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.

Chili Bean (Eenie-Meenie-Minie-Mo). Albert von Tilzer/Lew Brown. New York: Broadway, 1920.

Chinese Blues. Oscar Gardner/Fred D. Moore. New York: Tell Taylor, 1915.

Chong (He Come From Hong Kong). Harold Weeks. New York: Leo Feist, 1919.

City of Dreams. Louis A. Hirsch/P.G. Wodehouse. New York: Harms, Francis, Day, Hunter, 1918.

Closer (L’adorée de mon coeur). Leon Du Parc. New York: Chappell-Harms Inc., 1922.

Collegiate. Moe Jaffe, Nat Bonx. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1925.

Come on Over. Jack Little/Tommie Malie. New York: Waterson, Berlin, Snyder, 1924.

Come to Araby. Don Traveline/Joe Burns, Murray Kissen. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1919.

Coo Coo. Joseph Smith/Harold Robe. New York: Ricordi, 1919.

Coquette. Carmen Lombardo, John W. Green/Gus Kahn. New York: Leo Feist, 1928.

Cradle Song. Carl Hoefle. Chicago: Carl Hoefle, 1934.

Crinoline Days. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1922.

Crooning (Crooning Lullabies). William F. Caesar/Al. Dubin, Herbert W. Weise. New York: M. Witmark, 1921.

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(The Ladies Man) Dapper Dan. Albert von Tilzer/Lew Brown. New York: Broadway, 1921.

Dardanella. Felix Bernard, Johnny S. Black/Fred Fisher. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1919.

Darktown Strutters’ Ball. Shelton Brooks. New York: Leo Feist, 1917.

Dear Heart. W. C. Polla, Willard Goldsmith/Jean LeFavre. Hartford: C. C. Church, 1919.

The Desert Song. Sigmund Romberg/Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II. New York: Harms, 1926.

The Doll Dance (What A Peculiar Tune). Nacio Herb Brown. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1927.

Do It Again! George Gershwin/B. G. de Sylva. New York: Harms, 1922.

Don’t Bring Lulu. Ray Henderson/Billy Rose, Lew Brown. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1925.

Doodle Doo Doo. Art Kassel, Mel Stitzel. New York: Leo Feist, 1924.

Down Among the Sheltering Palms. Abe Olman/James Brockman. New York: Leo Feist, 1915.

(When I’m Walking With My Sweetness) Down Among the Sugar-Cane. Peter De Rose/Charles Tobias, Sidney Clare. New York: Irving Berlin, 1929.

Down in Borneo Isle. Creamer & Layton. New York: Broadway, 1917.

Down in Maryland. Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1922.

Dream Pal. Billy Baskette. New York: Waterson, 1925.

Dreaming. Bernard Hamblen. New York: Enoch, 1925.

Dreaming Serenade. J. Anton Dailey/L. W. Heiser. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1906.

Dreaming of My Old Home, Sweet Home. Geoffrey O’Hara. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1923.

Dreamy Amazon. Nat Vincent/L. Wolfe Gilbert, Darl MacBoyle. New York: Gilbert & Friedland, 1919.

Duna. Josephine McGill/Marjorie Pickthall. New York: Boosey, 1914.

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Emaline. Jimmie McHugh/George A. Little. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1921.

Ethel Levey’s Virginia Song. George M. Cohan. New York: F. A. Mills, 1906.

Everybody’s Doing It Now. Irving Berlin. New York: Snyder, 1911.

Fan San. Lynn Cowan, Alex Sullivan. New York: Broadway, 1919.

For My Sweetheart. Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1926.

For You A Rose. Gus Edwards/Will D. Cobb. New York: Gus Edwards, 1917.

From One Till Two (I Always Dream of You). Joe Hoover/Larry Bard. New York: Jack Nelson, 1924.

Georgia Lullaby. Charles Cordray. Chicago: Forster, 1923.

Get Yourself A Broom and Sweep Your Troubles Away. Albert Von Tilzer, James Brockman, Billy Rose. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.

Goodnight. A. H. Eastman, Fred Heltman. Cleveland: Fred Heltman, 1916.

Granny (You’re My Mammy’s Mammy). Harry Akst/Joe Young, Sam M. Lewis. New York: Irving Berlin, 1921.

Gypsy Love Song (Slumber On, My Little Gypsy Sweetheart). Victor Herbert/Harry B. Smith. New York: M. Witmark, 1898.

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Hammock Love Song (Swinging the Summernight Long). Reginald de Koven/Joseph W. Herbert. New York: Stern, 1909.

Havana. Kenis & Paley/E. Ray Goetz. New York: Shapiro, 1910.

Headin’ Home to Oklahoma. Herman A. Hummel/Gus Kondas. Ashtabula: Kondas, 1925.

Hearts and Flowers. Theo. Moses Tobani/Alice Mattullath. New York: Fischer, 1904.

Hindu Rose (The Oriental Vamp). Neil Moret/Louis Weslyn. San Francisco: Daniels & Wilson, 1989.

Hollywood (Pride of the Golden West). Warner Van Valkenburg. Hollywood: Franklin, 1923.

How Do You Do Miss Josephine. Albert von Tilzer/Junie McCree. New York: York, 1909.

Hush-a-bye, Ma baby (The Missouri Waltz). John Valentine Eppel, Frederic Knight Logan/J.R. Shannon. Chicago: Forster, 1915.

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I Can’t Get the One I Want (Those I Get I Don’t Want). Lou Handman/Billy Rose, Herman Ruby. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.

I Couldn’t Get To It In Time. Wendel Hall. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.

I Love I Love I Love My Wife But Oh! You Kid! Harry von Tilzer/Jimmy Lucas. New York: Harry von Tilzer, 1909.

I Miss My Swiss (My Swiss Miss Misses Me). Abel Baer/L. Wolfe Gilbert. New York: Leo Feist, 1925.

I Never Knew. Ted Fiorito/Gus Kahn. New York: Irving Berlin, 1925.

I Remember You. Harry Von Tilzer/Vincent Bryan. New York: Harry von Tilzer, 1908.

I Want a Daddy Who Will Rock Me To Sleep. A. Baldwin Sloane/Philip Bartholomae, John Murray Anderson. New York: M. Witmark, 1909.

I Want a Girl (Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad). Harry von Tilzer/Will Dillon. New York: Harry von Tilzer, 1911.

I Want To Be Happy. Vincent Youmans/Irving Caesar. New York: Harms, 1924.

I Want to Be Miles Away from Evry’One (And Just a Little Closer To You). Ray Henderson/B.G. de Sylva, Lew Brown. New York: De Sylva, Brown, Henderson, 1927.

I Wish I Had A Girl. Grace Le Boy/Gus Kahn. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1909.

I Wouldn’t Give “That” for the Man Who Couldn’t Dance. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1918.

I’d Love to Fall Asleep and Wake Up in My Mammy’s Arms. Fred E. Ahlert/Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1920.

If I Have to Go On Without You. Harry Woods, Al Dubin. New York: M. Witmark, 1931.

If I Only Had a Sweetheart. Chas. L. Johnson/Robert Spencer. Kansas City, Mo: Chas L. Johnson, 1909.

If the Rest of the World Don’t Want You (Go Back to Mother and Dad). Dave Dreyer/Alex Gerber. New York: Irving Berlin, 1923.

If You Believed in Me. Abel Baer/L.Wolfe Gilbert. New York: De Sylva, Brown, Henderson, 1929.

I’ll Think of You. Louis A. Hirsch/Rennold Wolf. New York: M. Witmark, 1917.

I’m A Lonesome Melody. George W. Meyer/Joe Young. New York: Kalmar & Puck, 1915.

I’m All Bound Round with the Mason Dixon Line. Jean Schwarz/Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1917.

I’m Gonna Charleston Back to Charleston. Roy Turk, Lou Handman. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1925.

I’m Knee Deep in Daisies (And Head Over Heels In Love). Paul Ash, Larry Shay/Joe Goodwin, George A. Little, Jack Stanley. Chicago: Milton Weil, 1925.

I’m Simply Crazy Over You. Jean Schwartz/William Jerome, E. Ray Goetz. New York: Irving Berlin, 1915.

I’m Sitting Pretty in a Pretty Little City. Lou Davis, Abel Baer, Henry Santly. New York: M. Witmark, 1923.

I’m Sorry I Made You Cry. N. J. Clesi. New York: Leo Feist, 1918.

I Am Waiting For To-Morrow to Come. Franklyn Hawelka, Max Prival/Frank Davis. New York: A. J. Stasny, 1919.

In a Boat (for Two). Arthur Lange, Licco Liggy, Ernest Klapholz/Herman Ruby. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1921.

All Alone with You in a Little Rendezvous. Ted Snyder/Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young. New York: Waterson, 1924.

In the Days of Old Black Joe. James Brockman. New York: James Brockman, 1917.

In the Heart of a Rose. George De Carme/J.W. Walsh. Philadelphia: Emmett J. Welch, 1912.

In A Kingdom of Our Own. George M. Cohan. New York: M. Witmark, 1919.

In the Land of Rice and Tea. Charley Straight, Paul Biese. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1920.

In Love with Love. Jerome Kern/Anne Caldwell. New York: Harms, 1923.

In San Domingo. Ted Snyder/Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young. New York: Waterson, Berlin, Snyder, 1917.

In Shadowland. Ruth Brooks, Fred E. Ahlert/Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young. New York: Waterson, 1924.

In the Sweet Long Ago. Alfred Solman/Bobby Heath, Arthur Lange. New York: Joe Morris, 1916.

In the Town Where I Was Born. Harry Pease, Ed G. Nelson, Van & Schenck. New York: A. J. Stasny, 1924.

It Ain’t Gonna Rain No Mo’. Wendell Hall. Chicago: Wendell Woods Hall, 1923.

It’s A Long, Long Way to Dixie. Earl Smith/Tell Taylor. New York: Tell Taylor, 1917.

folder 8

Jamestown on the James. Samuel E. Simmons. Norfolk, Virginia: S. E. Simmons, 1907.

The Japanese Sandman. Richard A. Whiting/Raymond B. Egan. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1920.

Jump, Jim Crow. Sigmund Romberg/Rida Johnson Young. New York: G. Schirmer, 1917.

Just Another Day Wasted Away (Waiting for You). Charles Tobias, Roy Turk. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1927.

Just Around the Corner. Harry von Tilzer/Dolph Singer. New York: Broadway, 1925.

Just for Tonight. George L. Cobb. Chicago: Rossiter, 1914.

Just We Two. John L. Golden. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1909.

Ka-Lu-A. Jerome Kern/Anne Caldwell. New York: Harms, 1921.

Keep Your Foot on the Soft Pedal. Harry Von Tilzer/Will Dillon. New York: Harry von Tilzer, 1909.

Kinky Koo. Irving Bibo/Sam Ehrlich. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1919.

Kiss Me Goodnight. Ben Bernie, Vernon Stevens, Gladys Gillette, Elmer Olson. Kansas City: J. W. Jenkins, 1924.

Kitten on the Keys. Zez Confrey/Sam Coslow. New York: Jack Mills, 1922.

folder 9

Limehouse Blues. Philip Braham/Douglas Furber. New York: Harms, 1922.

Linger Awhile. Vincent Rose/Harry Owens. New York: Leo Feist, 1923.

Listening. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.

Little Country Mice. Howard Talbot/Percy Greenbank. New York: Harms, Francis, Day, Hunter, 1908.

(There’s A Light That’s Burning in the Window of) The Little House Upon the Hill. Ballard Macdonald, Joe Goodwin, Harry Puck. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1915.

Little Mother. Erno Rapee, Lew Pollack. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1928.

Liza. Egbert Van Alstyne/Harry Williams. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1909.

Look for the Silver Lining. Jerome Kern/Bud de Sylva. New York: Harms, 1920.

Look What You’ve Done. Creamer & Layton. New York: Broadway, 1918.

Louisiana. J. C. Johnson/Andry Razaf, Bob Schafer. New York: Broadway, 1928.

Louisiana Lizabeth. Silvio Hein/George V. Hobart. New York: Shapiro, 1909.

Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses. John Openshaw/Leslie Cooke. New York: Francis, Day & Hunter, 1919.

Love’s First Kiss. Dorothy Forster/Edward Lockton. New York: Chappell-Harms, 1923.

Lover, Come Back to Me! Sigmund Romberg/Oscar Hammerstein II. New York: Harms, 1928.

Loving You. Gregoire Alexandresco/Roger Stebbins. New York: d’Orsay Perfumeries Corporation, 1929.

Lucky Day. Ray Henderson/B. G. de Sylva, Lew Brown. New York: Harms, 1926.

Lullaby Land. M. Prival/Frank Davis. New York: A. J. Stasny, 1919.

folder 10

Ma! Con Conrad/Sidney Clare. New York: Fred Fisher, 1921.

Mah Ole Mandy Ann. Mrs. W. E. Peters. New York: Frank Harding, 1919.

Maid of My Heart. Edna Williams/L. Wolfe Gilbert. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1915.

Makin’ Whoopee. Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn. New York: Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble, 1928.

Mammy Jinny’s Jubilee. Lewis F. Muir/L. Wolfe Gilbert. New York: F. A. Mills, 1913.

Mammy’s Little Coal Black Rose. Richard A. Whiting/Raymond Egan. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1916.

Mammy’s Shufflin’ Dance. Melville J. Gideon/L. Wolfe Gilbert. Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1911.

The Man I Love. George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin. New York: Harms, 1924.

Margie. Con Conrad/Benny Davis. New York: Waterson, Berlin, Snyder, 1920.

Mary. Louis A. Hirsch/Otto Harbach. New York: Victoria, 1920.

Mary Lou. Abe Lyman, George Waggner, J. Russel Robinson. New York: Waterson, 1926.

Mary You’re A Big Girl Now. Gus A. Benkhart/Bobby Heath. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1909.

Maybe (She’ll Write Me – She’ll Phone Me). Roy Turk, Ted Snyder, Fred E. Ahlert. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1924.

Me and the Man in the Moon. Jimmie Monaco/Edgar Leslie. New York: Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble, 1928.

Memory Lane. Larry Spier, Con Conrad/B. G. de Sylva. New York: Harms, 1924.

Military Dancing Drill. George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin. New York: New World, 1927.

Mister Pat O’Hare. Benjamin Hapgood Burt. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1910.

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Moanin’ Low. Ralph Rainger/Howard Dietz. New York: Harms, 1929.

Monte Cristo. Sigmund Romberg, Jean Schwartz/Harold Atteridge. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1919.

Moon River. Lee David. Chicago: Forster, 1922.

Moonlight. Con Conrad. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1921.

M-O-T-H-E-R (A Word That Means The World To Me). Theodore Rose/Howard Johnson. New York: Leo Feist, 1915.

Mother Mavourneen (You’re The Sweetest of Sweethearts to Me). Robert Barnes. Kansas City: J. W. Jenkins, 1923.

My Blue Heaven. Walter Donaldson/George Whiting. New York: Leo Feist, 1927.

My Cottage on the Rhine. August Bauer. New York: John Franklin, 1915.

My Daddy’s Dreamtime Lullaby. Lou Herscher, Geo. Keefer. New York: Joe Morris, 1924.

My Dreamy China Lady. Egbert Van Alstyne/Gus Kahn. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1916.

My Gypsy Sweetheart. Victor Herbert/George V. Hobart. New York: M. Witmark, 1909.

My Mammy (The Sun Shines East – The Sun Shines West). Walter Donaldson/Sam Lewis, Joe Young. New York: Irving Berlin, 1921.

My Man (Mon Homme). Maurice Yvain/Channing Pollock. New York: Leo Feist, 1921.

My Suppressed Desire. Chester Cohn/Ned Miller. New York: Leo Feist, 1928.

My Sweetie Went Away (She Didn’t Say Where, When or Why). Roy Turk, Lou Handman. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1923.

My Sword and I. Rudolf Friml/Clifford Grey. New York: Harms, 1928.

Box 3

folder 1

Navy Waltz. Wm. Hartmann. Chicago: Will Rossiter, 1918.

Nay! Nay! Neighbor. Sam Coslow, Harry and Chas Tobias. San Francisco: Villa Moret, 1927.

Needing You. Jessie L. Deppen/Thekla Hollingsworth. New York: Harms, 1927.

Neapolitan Nights (Oh, Nights of Splendor). J. S. Zamecnik/Harry D. Kerr. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1925.

Neath the Old Cherry Tree, Sweet Marie. Egbert Van Alstyne/Harry Williams. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1907.

Nellie Kelly I Love You. George M. Cohan. New York: M. Witmark, 1922.

The New Moon. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1919.

Nobody Knows (And Nobody Seems to Care). Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1919.

Nora Malone (Call Me By ‘Phone). Albert von Tilzer/Junie McCree. New York: York, 1909.

Now-I-Know. S. R. Henry, D. Onivas/Frank H. Warren. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1919.

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep. Geo. W. Meyer/Sidney D. Mitchell. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1920.

Oh! How I Wish I Could Sleep (Until My Daddy Comes Home). Pete Wendling/Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.

Oh! What A Little Whopper. Rudolf Friml/Bide Dudley, Otto Harbach. New York: G. Schirmer, 1919.

Old Fashioned Girl In A Gingham Gown. Al Jolson. New York: Richmond-Robbins, 1922.

An Orange Grove In California. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1923.

Out of the East. Joe Rosey/Jean C. Havez. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.

Oh! You La! La! Lew Brown, Ed Moran, Harry Tush. New York: Broadway, 1918.

One Sweet Letter From You. Harry Warren/Lew Brown, Sidney Clare. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1927.

Only You. A. H. Eastman, Fred Heltman. Cleveland: Fred Heltman, 1919.

Over on the Jersey Side. Jack Norworth. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1908.

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Pal of My Dreams. Chas. E. Roat. Battle Creek, Mich.: Chas E. Roat, 1923.

Parade of the Wooden Soldiers. Leon Jessel. New York: Edward B. Marks, 1922.

The ‘Phone Bell Rang. Keller Mack, Frank Orth. Philadelphia: Mack & Orth, 1910.

Plantation Lullaby. Vernon T. Stevens, Gladys Gillette, Albert Holmer. New York: A. J. Stasny, 1921.

Pompanola. B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson. New York: De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, 1928.

Pretty Kitty Kelly. Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson. New York: A. J. Stasny, 1920.

Put Away A Little Ray of Golden Sunshine (For A Rainy Day). Fred E. Ahlert, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young. New York: Waterson, 1924.

Raggedy Ann. Jerome Kern/Anne Caldwell. New York: Harms, 1923.

Red Moon. Henri de Martini, Max Kortlander/Joyn Traver, Lew Brown. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1922.

The Red Rose Rag. Percy Wenrich/Edward Madden. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1911.

Remember. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1925.

Riga Rose. Anatol Friedland/Mort Dixon. New York: Harms, 1923.

Rose. Frank Magine, Paul Biese/Arthur Sizemore. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1920.

Rose-Marie. Rudolf Friml/Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II. New York: Harms, 1924.

Rose of Washington Square. James F. Hanley/Ballard MacDonald. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1920.

Roses Bring Dreams of You. Herbert Ingraham. New York: Shapiro, 1908.

Roses of Picardy. Haydn Wood/Fred E. Weatherly. New York: Chappel-Harms, 1916.

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Sail on Silv’ry Moon. Ernie Erdman/Wm. A. Downs. Chicago: Harold Rossiter, 1912.

Sally’s In the Movies Now. Harry Seymour. New York: Harry Seymour, 1925.

Santa Fe. Williams & Van Alstyne. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1910.

Save Your Sorrow (For To-morrow). Al. Sherman/B.G. De Sylva. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1925.

Say It With Music. Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1921.

Say That You’re Sorry. Pat Ballard, Tom Waring. New York: Miller & Shoemaker, 1928.

Scandinavia (Sing Dose Song and Make Dose Music). Ray Perkins. New York: Stark & Cowan, 1921.

The Sheik of Araby. Ted Snyder/Harry B. Smith, Francis Wheeler. New York: Waterson, Berlin, Snyder, 1921.

Shine, Oh Mister Sun (Up in the Sky). Pearl L. Amsler, Bert L. Fulton. Waterbury, Conn: Bert L. Fulton, 1912.

Sighing Just for You. F. Henri Klickmann/Harold G. Frost, Cal De Voll. Chicago: McKinley Music, 1921.

Sing A Little Song. Ernie Erdman, Nelson Chon, Frank Westphal. New York: Leo Feist, 1924.

Silent Wooing. André. De Takacs. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1907.

Silver Moon. Sigmund Romberg/Dorothy Donnelly. New York: Harms, 1927.

Sing Me A Baby Song. Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn. New York: Leo Feist, 1927.

Sing Me the Melody of Love. Will E. Skidmore/Harry D. Kerr. Kansas City: Skidmore, 1917.

Singin’ in the Bathtub. Herb Magidson, Ned Washington, Michael H. Cleary. New York: M. Witmark, 1929.

Sittin’ in a Corner. Geo. W. Meyer/Gus Kahn. New York: Irving Berlin, 1923.

A Smile Will Go A Long Long Way. Benny Davis, Harry Akst. New York: Waterson, Berlin, Snyder, 1923.

Smoke Your Troubles Away (Henry George Theme Song). Phil Cook. New York: Consolidated Cigar Corporation, 1930.

folder 4

Somebody. George Little, J. Stanley, Harold Dellon. New York: Maurice Richmond, 1919.

Somebody Loves Me. George Gershwin/Ballard MacDonald, B. G. De Sylva. New York: Harms, 1924.

Somebody Stole My Gal. Leo Wood. New York: Denton & Haskins, 1922.

(Some Day) Somebody’s Gonna Get You. L. Wolfe Gilbert/Carey Morgan. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1917.

Some Day Waiting Will End. Ivan Caryll/P. G. Wodehouse. New York: Chappell, 1918.

Some Sunny Day. Walter Donaldson/Arthur J. Jackson. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1919.

Sometime. Ted Fiorito/Gus Kahn. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1925.

Sometimes I’m Happy. Vincent Youmans/Irving Caesar. New York: Harms, 1927.

The Story of the Rosary. Harry D. Squires/Maxwell C. Freed. New York: M. Witmark, 1924.

Strike Up the Band! George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin. New York: New World, 1927.

Sweet As a Kiss. Tell Taylor. New York: Tell Taylor, 1918.

Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight (Tell Her of My Love). F. Henri Klickmann/Harold G. Frost. New York: Frank K. Root, 1918.

Sweet Italian Love. Ted Snyder/Irving Berlin. New York: Snyder, 1910.

The Sweetest Girl in Monterey. Herman Paley/Alfred Bryan. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1915.

The Sweetest Story Ever Told. R. M. Stults. New York: Chas H. Ditson, 1892.

folder 5

Take Me to the Poli, Dearie. A. J. Vanni/Herbert S. Frank. Wilkes-Barr: Herbert S. Frank Music Publishing Co., 1913.

Take Me Up With You Dearie. Albert von Tilzer/Junie McCree. New York: York, 1909.

Tea for Two. Vincent Youmans/Irving Caesar. New York: Harms, 1924.

Tell Her At Twilight (Just Sing Loves Sweet Song). Will Donaldson/Bernie Grossman. New York: Joe Mittenthal, 1921.

Tell Me (Tell Me Why). Max Kortlander/J. Will Callahan. Chicago: Lee S. Roberts, 1919.

Ten Little Miles From Town. Elmer Schoebel/Gus Kahn. New York: Irving Berlin, 1928.

Ten Thousand Years From Now. Ernest R. Ball/J. Keirn Brennan. New York: M. Witmark, 1923.

Them Dog Gon’d Triflin’ Blues. Will E. Skidmore. Kansas City: Skidmore Music, 1917.

Tin Pan Parade. Haven Tillespie, Richard A. Whiting. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1927.

Thanks! I Just Ate An Apple. Marven Smoley, John W. Newton, Joe McDaniel. New York: Sherwood, 1924.

That Italian Rag. Al Piantadosi/Edgar Leslie. New York: Leo Feist, 1910.

That Mellow Melody. Geo. W. Meyer/Sam M. Lewis. New York: Geo. W. Meyer, 1912.

That Mesmerizing Mendelssohn Tune. Irving Berlin. New York: Snyder, 1909.

That Old Gang of Mine. Ray Henderson/Billy Rose, Mort Dixon. New York: Irving Berlin, 1923.

That Tumble-Down Shack in Athlone. Monte Carlo, Alma M. Sanders/Richard W. Pascoe. New York: Waterson, Berlin, Snyder, 1918.

That’s What the Rose Said to Me. Leo Edwards/B. F. Barnett. New York: Gus Edwards, 1906.

There’s Yes Yes In Your Eyes. Jos. H. Santly/Cliff Friend. New York: Jerome H. Remick, n.d.

They Called It the Dixie Blues. Jack Strouse. New York: Joe Morris, 1919.

Those Olden Golden Days. Alexander Marr/Bobbie Heath. New York: Joe Morris, 1919.

Too Tired. George A. Little, Arthur Sizemore, Larry Shay. New York: Broadway, 1924.

True Blue. Raymond Hubbell/Glen MacDonough. New York: Chas K. Harris, 1909.

Two Loves (J’ai Deux Amours). Vincent Scotto/Geo Koger, H. Varna. New York: Miller, 1931.

folder 6

Ukulele Lady. Richard A. Whiting/Gus Kahn. New York: Irving Berlin, 1925.

Under the Moon. Ev. E. Lyn, Francis Wheeler, Ted Snyder. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1927.

Underneath the Stars (A Romance). Herbert Spencer/Fleta Jan Brown. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1915.

Up in the Clouds. Tom. A. Johnstone/Will B. Johnstone. New York: Up In the Clouds, 1921.

Valencia. José Padilla/Lucien Boyer, Jacques-Charles. New York: Harms, 1925.

The Vamp. Byron Gay. New York: Leo Feist, 1919.

The Varsity Drag. B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson. New York: De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, 1927.

Wabash Blues. Fred Meinken/Dave Ringle. New York: Leo Feist, 1921.

Way Down Barcelona Way (That Diddle-E-Um-De-Dum). Harry Jentes/Fred Fisher. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, 1920.

Way Down South. George Fairman. New York: Tell Taylor, 1912.

Way Down Yonder In New Orleans. Creamer & Layton. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1922.

We Are the Blades (Theme Song of “The Gillette Blades”). Composer unknown. Gillette Safety Razor Co., 1929.

What Do You Do Sunday, Mary? Stephen Jones/Irving Caesar. New York: Harms, 1923.

What’ll I Do? Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.

When The Autumn Leaves Are Turning Gold. Tell Taylor. New York: Tell Taylor, 1917.

When the Bells at Eve Are Calling (Sweetheart Dear, Just You and I). Harold Frost. New York: Frank K. Root, 1915.

When Day Is Done. Robert Katscher/B. G. De Sylva. New York: Harms, 1924.

When the Great Red Dawn is Shining. Evelyn Sharpe/Edward Lockton. New York: Chappell, 1917.

When Hearts Are Young. Sigmund Romberg, Alfred Goodman/Cyrus Wood. New York: Harms, 1922.

When I Was A Dreamer (And You Were My Dream). Egbert Van Alstyne/Roger Lewis, George A. Little. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1914.

When It’s Sunset in Sweden. Earl Burtnett/Dave Morrison. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1919.

When Love Turns December to May. Griffith J. Jones/Marie E. Duncan. Wilkes-Barre: Keystone Publishing Co., 1906.

When Ragtime Rosie Ragged the Rosary. Lewis F. Muir/Edgar Leslie. New York: F. A. Mills, 1911.

When We’re Alone (Penthouse Serenade). Will Jason, Val Burton. New York: Famous Music, 1931.

When You See Me With Another Beau. Egbert Van Alstyne/Harry Williams. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1907.

While We Waltz Goodnight. Charles Rosoff/Jack Meskill. New York: Harms, 1926.

Whispering. John Schonberger/Malvin Schonberger. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1920.

Wild Cherries (Coony, Spoony Rag). Ted Snyder/Irving Berlin. New York: Snyder, 1909.

folder 7

Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula (Hawaiian Love Song). E. Ray Goetz, Joe Young, Pete Wendling. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1916.

The Yankee Girl. Silvio Hein/George V. Hobart. New York: Shapiro, 1909.

Yes! We Have No Bananas. Frank Silver, Irving Cohn. New York: Skidmore, 1923.

Yiddle On Your Fiddle, Play Some Ragtime. Irving Berlin. New York: Snyder, 1909.

You Can Put It In The Papers. Sam H. Stept/Ned Washington. New York: Harms, 1934.

You Were Meant For Me. Sissle & Blake. New York: Harms, 1924.

You’ll Be Sorry Just Too Late. Billy Gaston. New York: Shapiro, 1907.

Your Land And My Land. Sigmund Romberg/Dorothy Donnelly. New York: Harms, 1927.

You’re Some Pretty Doll. Clarence Williams. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1918.

Subseries B: Special Collections

Box 3

folder 8 Ukelele Songs

folder 9 War Songs

America, He’s For You. Andrew B. Sterling. New York: Joe Morris, 1918.

Buy A Bond, Buy A Bond For Liberty. Erle Threlkeld. Charleston: Erle and Leo Publishing Co., 1918.

Commander-in-Chief. F. H. Losey. Williamsport: Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., 1918.

Dear Old Pal of Mine. Gitz Rice/Harold Robe. New York: Ricordi, 1918.

Detroit’s Own 339th Infantry March. Chas A. Arthur. Detroit: Chas A. Arthur, 1919.

The Dixie Volunteers. Edgar Leslie, Harry Ruby. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1916.

Give A Little Credit To The Navy. Albert Gumble/Bud De Sylva, Gus Kahn. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1918.

Goodbye Broadway, Hello France. Billy Baskette/Francis Reisner, Benny Davis. New York: Leo Feist, 1917.

Hello, Central, Give Me No Man’s Land. Jean Schwartz/Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.

Hike! Hike! Hike! (Along the Old Turn Pike). Nat Vincent. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1918.

Hunting The Hun. Archie Gottler/Howard E. Rogers. New York: Kalmar, Puck, 1918.

Ja-Da (Ja Da, Ja Da, Jing Jing Jing!). Bob Carleton. New York: Leo Feist, 1918.

Just A Baby’s Prayer At Twilight (For Her Daddy Over There). M. K. Jerome/Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young. New York: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1918.

Just Like Washington Crossed The Delaware (General Pershing Will Cross the Rhine). George W. Meyer/Howard Johnson. New York: Leo Feist, 1918.

K-K-K-Katy. Geoffrey O’Hara. New York: Leo Feist, 1918.

Liberty Bell (It’s Time To Ring Again). Halsey K. Mohr/Joe Goodwin. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1917.

Long Boy (Good-bye, Maw! Good-bye, Paw! Good-bye, Mule, With Yer Old Hee-Haw!). Barclay Walker/William Herschell. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1917.

Our Country’s In It Now! We’ve Got To Win It Now! Charles R. McCarron, Carey Morgan/Arthur Guy Empey. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1918.

Over There. George M. Cohan. New York: Wm. Jerome, 1917.

The Rose of No Man’s Land. James A. Brennan/Jack Caddigan. New York: Leo Feist, 1918.

Say A Prayer For The Boys “Out There”. Alex Marr/Bernie Grossman. New York: Joe Morris, 1917.

Some Mother’s Daughter Is Lonesome (For Some Mother’s Son In France). George F. Briegel/Joseph M. Davis. New York: Triangle Music Publishing, 1918.

Sun-Uv-Er-Gun. Joseph Solman/Richard Howard. New York: Leo Feist, 1923.

They Were All Out of Step But Jim. Irving Berlin. New York: Waterson, Berlin, Snyder, 1918.

Three Wonderful Letters From Home. James F. Hanley/Joe Goodwin, Ballard MacDonald. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1918.

We’re Going Over The Top (We’ll Be Marching Thro’ Berlin In The Morning). Andrew B. Sterling, Bernie Grossman, Arthur Lange. New York: Joe Morris, 1918.

When The Flowers Bloom on No Man’s Land (What A Wonderful Day That Will Be). Archie Gottler/Howard E. Rogers. New York: Kalmar, Puck, 1918.

Where Do We Go From Here? Howard Johnson, Percy Wenrich. New York: Leo Feist, 1917.

The Yanks Are At It Again. Rubey Cowan/Lew Brown. New York: Broadway, 1918.

War Songs (Anthology). Oliver & Ditson, 1883.

Series 3: Piano Music

Subseries A: Sheet Music

Box 4

folder 1

Aggravation Rag. George L. Cobb. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1910.

(Intermezzo) Amerinda (An Occidental Incident). Lee Orean Smith. New York: Leo Feist, 1917.

Annie Laurie. Theo. H. Northrup. Chicago: McKinley Music Co., 1896.

Antar (Intermezzo Oriental). Max Drefus. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1902.

Apple Blossoms (Reverie). Kathleen A. Roberts. New York: Leo Feist, 1903.

Bachelor’s Love Dream. Chas. E. Roat. Battle Creek: Chas. E. Roat, 1911.

Badinage. Victor Herbert. New York: Edward Schuberth, 1895.

Basket of Roses. Fred G. Albers. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1913.

Battleship Texas March. Mattie Sproul Thompson. St. Joseph: Brokaw Music Publishing Co., 1898.

Beauty’s Dream. Lester W. Keith. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1904.

Bewitching Eyes. John J. Noonan. Buffalo: John J. Noonan, 1908.

Big Ben. Thos. S. Allen. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1916.

Black Diamond Rag. Henry Lodge. New York: M. Witmark, 1912.

A Black Smoke. Chas. L. Johnson. Detroit: Whitney Warner, 1903.

Blue Moon. Max Kortlander, Lee S. Roberts. Chicago: Lee S. Roberts, 1918.

By Heck. S. R. Henry. New York: Jos. W. Stern, 1914.

folder 2

Cécile. Frank W. McKee. New York: Ricordi, 1914.

Colorado Blues. E. L. Bowman. Kansas City: J. W. Jenkins, 1915.

Columbia’s Call March. Bob Wyman. New York: Walter Jacobs, 1917.

La Confession Valse. Carey Morgan. New York: Stern, 1916.

Cordelia. M. E. Foy. Detroit: Whitney Warner, 1903.

Dainty Daffodils. Walter E. Miles. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1915.

The Dashing Cavaliers. Edmund Braham, E. T. Paull. New York: E. T. Paull, 1911.

Dixie Dimples. James Scott. Indianapolis: Seidel, 1919.

Dynamic March. Chas. E. Keller. Chicago: National Music, 1920.

The Entertainer’s Rag. Jay Roberts. Chicago: Forster, 1912.

Evening Reverie. Egbert Van Alstyne. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1914.

The Fencing Girl Waltz. Fred T. Ashton. Bloomington: Ashton Publishing, 1902.

Fig Leaf Rag. Scott Joplin. New York: Stark, 1908.

Fluffy Ruffles. Geo. Hamilton Green. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1919.

Franceska Waltzes. H. B. Blanke. Detroit: Whitney Warner, 1902.

folder 3

The Georgia Giggle Rag. Will L. Livernash. Kansas City: Will L. Livernash, 1918.

Georgia Rose Waltzes. G. Selig. Brooklyn: Goetz, 1904.

Goulash. Victor Hyde, Jack Egan. New York: Broadway, 1917.

The Handicap. George Rosey. New York: Stern, 1895.

Heap Big Chief (Indian Characteristic March). Raymond A. Browne. New York: Smith & Brown, 1913.

Heart Murmurs Waltz. Walter Rolfe. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1909.

Himalya. S. R. Henry, D. Onivas. New York: Stern, 1919.

Hitting the Trail. Phil. Schwartz. New York: Leo Feist, 1915.

The Honey-moon March. George Rosey. New York: Stern, 1894.

Idylia (Novelette Intermezzo). Geo. L. Cobb. Buffalo: H. C. Weasner, 1909.

In A Sylvan Vale. Theo. O. Taubert. Chicago: Albright Music, 1905.

The Indomitable March & Two-Step. James M. Fulton. Boston: Ernest S. Williams, 1909.

In Holland (A Dutch Waltz). Clair Van Lynden. St. Louis: Buck & Lowney, 1915.

Intermezzo. Charles Huerter. Boston: Boston Music, 1913.

In Poppyland. Fred G. Albers. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1914.

Kathleen. S. M. Berg. New York: S. M. Berg, 1918.

King Of Hearts. Charles N. Grant. New York: Harms, Francis, Day & Hunter, 1914.

Knights and Ladies Waltzes. Richard L. Weaver. Philadelphia: Jos. Morris, 1902.

folder 4

Lady Alice Waltz. Marie Knowles. Chicago: Forster, 1917.

Lazarre Waltzes. H. B. Blanke. Detroit: Whitney Warner, 1901.

Lindy. L. V. Gustin. Detroit: Whitney Warner, 1902.

Love’s Own Waltzes. Geo. H. Bramhall. Chicago: National Music, 1900.

Love’s Paradise Waltzes. J. C. Meares. Pittsburgh: J. C. Meares, 1917.

Mandarin Dance. Leo Kempinski. New York: Photo Play Music, 1919.

The Marconigram. Thos. S. Allen. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1903.

The Marjorie. Maxwell Goldman. St. Louis: Buck & Lowney, 1914.

Melody of Love. H. Engelmann. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1903.

Memories of the South. Rudolf Thaler. Philadelphia: Eclipse Publishing, 1908.

Minita. Eugene Platzmann. New York: Church, Paxson, 1916.

Moon Moths. Jacob Henry Ellis. Springfield: A. H. Goetting, 1903.

Moonlight Ripples. Merle Von Hagen. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1916.

Most Anything. J. S. Zamecnik. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1919.

My Lady of the North Waltzes. H. B. Blanke. Detroit: Whitney Warner, 1904.

Myra. F. W. Vandersloot. Williamsport: Vandersloot, 1919.

folder 5

National Emblem March. E. E. Bagley. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1907.

Nola. Felix Arndt. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1916.

Peggy O’Neal Waltzes. H. B. Blanke. Detroit: Whitney Warner, 1903.

Poet and Peasant Overture. F. v. Suppe. Philadelphia: Eclipse, n.d.

Poison Ivy! Herbert Ingraham. New York: Shapiro, 1908.

Prelude. Sergei Rachmaninov, revised F. Henry Klickmann. New York: Jack Mills, 1914.

Priscilla Waltzes. C. J. Wolcott. New York: Shapiro, Remick, 1904.

Queen of Hearts Waltzes. C. A. Grimm. Detroit: Whitney Warner, 1904.

Rag Doll. Nacio Herb Brown. San Francisco: Sherman, Clay, 1928.

Ragging the Scale. Ed. B. Claypoole. New York: Broadway, 1915.

Ragging the Waves. Joe Rosey. New York: Stern, 1917.

Rockin’ the Boat. Hugo Frey. New York: Ricordi, 1918.

Russian Rag. George L. Cobb. Chicago: Rossiter, 1918.

Salut A Pesth (Marche Hongroise). Henri Kowalski. Philadelphia: Eclipse, n.d.

Sam Fox Trot. Geo. P. Howard. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1915.

Sea Gardens. James Francis Cooke. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1925.

Sighing of the Winds. John T. Hall. Boston: O’Neil & Story, 1911.

Sleepy Hollow Rag. Clarence Woods. Kansas City: Will L. Livernash, 1918.

Sphinx? Francis Popy. New York: Chappell, 1906.

Soliloquy (A Musical Thought). Rube Bloom. New York: Triangle, 1926.

Spirit of Independence. Abe Holzmann. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1912.

Squirrel Food Rag. R. G. Gradi. Cincinnati: Olympic Music, 1916.

Star Blossom. Frederic Knight Logan. Chicago: Forster, 1921.

Sun Flower Slow Drag. Scott Joplin, Scott Hayden. St. Louis: John Stark, 1901.

Sunset Dreams Waltz. James W. Casey. New York: Echo, 1918.

Sunset in Eden Waltz. John T. Hall. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1915.

Suwanee Echoes Waltzes. Al. W. Brown. New York: Shapiro, Remick, 1904.

folder 6

Tickled to Death. Chas Hunter. Nashville: Frank G. Fite, 1899.

Three Shades of Blue. Ferde Grofe. New York: Paul Whiteman, 1927.

Too much Ginger. Joseph M. Daly. Boston: Daly, 1913.

Under the Rose Waltzes. H. B. Blanke. Detroit: Whitney Warner, 1903.

Under Storm. C. A. Grimm. Detroit: Whitney Warner, 1902.

Up In A Swing. R. A. Montaine. New York: Century, 1902.

Valse June. Lionel Baxter. Cleveland: Sam Fox, 1914.

The Virginia Creeper. Mae Davis. Boston: Walter Jacobs, 1907.

Wedding of the Fairies. Chas. L. Johnson. New York: Frank K. Root, 1909.

Wedding of the Winds. John T. Hall. New York: Shapiro, Remick, 1904.

Woman Forever March. E. T. Paull. New York: E. T. Paull, 1916.

Yale Boola! A. M. Hirsh. New York: Leo Feist, 1901.

The Yankee Doodle Blues. George Gershwin. New York: Irving Berlin, 1922.

Subseries B: Jazz, Popular and Pedagogy Books

Box 4

folder 7 Jazz Books

Earl Fuller’s Collection of Jazz Classics. New York: American Musicians Syndicate, 1919.

Waterman Method of Modern Harmony: Piano Jazz. Los Angeles: Waterman Piano School, 1924.

Hot Breaks for Piano. Art Shefte. Chicago: Forster, 1927.

Blue-Breaks for Piano. Art Shefte. Chicago: Forster, 1927.

Box 5

folder 1 Pedagogy Books

Waterman’s Piano Arrangements. Glenn R. Waterman. Waterman Piano School, 1918.

Ten Lessons for Piano. Zez Confrey. New York: Jack Mills, 1926.

Winn’s How To Play Popular Music, Instruction Book No. 1. New York: Winn School of Popular Music, 1921.

Subseries C: Dance Folios

Box 5

folder 2

Universal Dance Folio for 1922. New York: Irving Berlin, 1921.

Universal Dance Folio Special Edition for 1925. New York: Irving Berlin, 1924.

Universal Dance Folio Special Edition for 1927. New York: Irving Berlin, 1927.

Universal Dance Folio Special Edition No. 15. New York: Irving Berlin, 1927.

folder 3

Robbins Hollywood Dance Folio No. 9. New York: Robbins, 1933.

De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Supreme Dance Folio for Piano, No. 10. New York: De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, 1934.

Ted Browne’s 1929 Dance Folio. Chicago: Ted Browne Music Co, 1929.

folder 4

Feist Dance Folio No. 5. New York: Leo Feist, 1923.

Feist Dance Folio No. 7. New York: Leo Feist, 1924.

Feist Dance Folio No. 8. New York: Leo Feist, 1924.

folder 5

Gem Dance Folio for 1918. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1917.

Gem Dance Folio for 1921. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1920.

Gem Dance Folio for 1922. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1921.

folder 6

Gem Dance Folio for 1926. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1925.

Gem Dance Folio for 1926 – No. 2. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1925.

Gem Dance Folio for 1929. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1928.

folder 7

Star Dance Folio No. 17b. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1916.

Star Dance Folio No. 18b. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1917.

Star Dance Folio No. 21. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1920.

folder 8

Star Dance Folio No. 22. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1921.

Star Dance Folio No. 23. New York: Jerome H. Remick, 1922.

Remick’s Star Dance Folio No. 34. New York: Remick, 1933.

folder 9

Shapiro-Bernstein’s De Luxe Organ Folio of Musical Comedy Hits and Popular Songs. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, 1926.