A Guide to the Sheet Music Collection, 1823-1956 Sheet Music Collection Ms2003-021

Sheet Music Collection, 1823-1956

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Collection Number Ms2003-021


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Repository
Special Collections, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va.
Collection Number
Ms2003-021
Title
Sheet Music Collection, 1823-1956
Physical Characteristics
3.1 cu. ft. 8 boxes
Language
English
Abstract
The Sheet Music Collection contains various songs (lyrics and music) from about 1823 through the mid-20th century.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish material from Sheet Music Collection must be obtained from Special Collections, Virginia Tech.

Alternate Form Available

Images of some sheet music covers are availabe on Virginia Tech's Imagebase.

Preferred Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Sheet Music Collection, Ms2003-021, Special Collections, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va.

Acquisition Information

The Sheet Music Collection consists of multiple accruals of sheet music, largely acquired by Special Collections prior to or during 2003.

Processing Information

Some processing and description of the Sheet Music Collection was completed in 2003. Additional description was completed in 2015.


Scope and Content

The Sheet Music Collection contains various songs (lyrics and music) from about 1823 through the mid-20th century. Music in the collection is predominantly from American popular culture, but there are also some pieces from Europe, a well as theater souvenir programs and song-books. The folder list below includes a list of song titles and, when known, composers and lyricists, for each box in the collection.

Arrangement

Sheet music in the collection is in the order in which it was received. For the most part, it is organized alphabetically by the composers last name. Songs for which the composer is not known are in the last two boxes (7 and 8).

Related Material

Annie M. Hale Sheet Music Collection, 1892-1987, Ms2010-002. Finding aid available online.

Archer Lawrie Sheet Music Collection, 1879-1935, Ms1970-004. Finding aid available online.

Separated Material


Index Terms

    Subjects:

  • Sheet music

Contents List

Box 1
Box 1
Bibliography
"That Wonderful Something (Is Love)," Lyrics by Joe Goodwin and Music by Louis Alter
"The Flowers the Sun and the Dew," Lyrics by Walter King and Music by Bob Allen
"Just a Little Home for the Old Folks (A Token from Me)," Lyrics by Edgar Leslie and Music by Fred E. Ahlert
"We May Be Happy Yet," Lyrics by Alfred Bunn and Music by M. W. Balfe
"Tell Mother I Die Happy," Lyrics by C. A. Voxburgh and Music by J. Burns
"Love is Just a Little Bit of Heaven," Lyrics by Al Bryan and Music by Abel Baer
"Modern Composers"
"Air King," Harry Appel
"Always," Irving Berlin
"How About Me?" Irving Berlin
"I Want to Be in Dixie," Irving Berlin and Ted Snyder
"I'd Love to Fall Asleep and Wake up in My Mammy's Arms," Lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young and Music by Fred E. Ahlert
"Ain't She Sweet?" Lyrics by Jack Yellen and Music by Milton Ager
"Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning," Irving Berlin
"Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning," Irving Berlin
"Kiss a Miss," Lyrics by Cal De Voll and Music by Maurice Baron
"Dream Pal," Billy Baskette
"Let Us Waltz as We Say 'Goodbye,'" Art. L. Beiner
"My Bonnie Laddie," G. N. Benson
"Remember," Irving Berlin
"Roses of Yesterday," Irving Berlin
"The Song is Ended but the Melody Lingers On," Irving Berlin
"Sunshine," Irving Berlin
"Dance Folio for Piano"
"What'll I Do," Irving Berlin
"The Last Kiss Waltz," Charlotte Blake
"The Elements of Piano Playing," A. Biehl
"Opera Gems from Standard Operas"
"Hog-Town Pig-Aninnies," Edmund Braham
"Elementary Instruction Book for the Pianoforte," Ferdinand Beyer
"Are You Sorry," Lyrics by Benny Davis and Music by Milton Ager
"Yascha Michaeloffsky's Melody," Irving Berlin
"The Darktown Strutter's Ball," Shelton Brooks
"The Rose of No Man's Land," Lyrics by Jack Caddigan and Music by James A. Brennan
"Student Days," R. B. Brewer
"Brahms"
"Four Hand Favorites"
"The Singing in God's-Acre," Lyrics Eugene Field and Music by Frank H. Brackett
"First Hungarian Rhapsody," Moissaye Boguislawski
"Ouevres Populaires"
"Arabian Nights (Scheherazade)," Moissaye Buguslawski
"Battle of Manassas," Blind Tom
"Clayton's Grand March," Chas. D. Blake
"Four-Leaf Clover," Leila M. Brownell
"My Wishing Song," Lyrics by Irving Kahal and Music by Joe Burke
"Yearning Just For You," Benny Davis and Joe Burke
"Carolina Moon," Benny Davis and Joe Burke
"Baby Your Mother Like She Babied You," Lyrics by Andrew Donnelly and Dolly Morse and Music by Joe Burke
"Oh How I Miss You To-Night," Benny Davis, Mark Fisher, and Joe Burke
"Paper Doll," Johnny Black
"Flowers of the Forest," M.W. Butler
"When You and I Were Young Maggie," J. A. Butterfield
"That Mysterious Rag," Irving Berlin and Ted Snyder
"It's a Long Way to Tipperary," Jack Judge and Harry Williams
"Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France," Lyrics by C. Francis Reisner and Benny Davis and Music by Billy Baskette
"Child of Mortality," John Bray
"The Southern Soldier Boy," Captain C. W. Alexander
"Our Loyal Banner (A Song for the Union)," Lyrics by E. E. Hulfish Esq. and Music by H. Avery
"For the First Time in My Life (I'm Really in Love)," Lyrics by Jean Herbert and Al Koppell and Music by Irving Actman
"I Find My Sunshine (In the Moonlight With You)," Lyrics by Jean Herbert and Al Koppell and Music by Irving Actman
"Flag of Freedom March," Mildred Brown
"Will You be Hating Me To-Morrow (For Loving You To-Night)," Lyrics by Jean Herbert and Al Koppell and Music by Irving Actman
"Down Among the Sugar-Cane," Avery and Hart and Composed by Cecil Mack and Chris Smith
"Twilight on the Trail," Sidney D. Mitchell and Louis Alter
"I'll See You in C-U-B-A," Irving Berlin
"As Time Goes By," Herman Hupfeld
"Mean to Me," Roy Turk and Fred E. Ahlert
"Alexander's Ragtime Band," Irving Berlin
"La Veeda," Lyrics by Nat Vincent and Melody by John Alden
Box 2
Box 2
Bibliography
"Bill Bailey, Will You Please Come Home?" Hughie Cannon
"America (My Country, 'Tis of Thee)," Henry Carey
"Ja-Da," Bob Carleton
"Nuthin'," Libbie Davidson Carpenter
"They'll Be Mighty Proud in Dixie of Their Old Black Joe," Harry Carroll
"Zip Coon," Nathaniel Carusi
"If You Want to Know the Value of a Dollar Just Try to Borrow One," C. C. Castle
"Remember the Golden Rule," C. C. Castle
"When You Go to Church Sunday," C. C. Castle
"Scarf Dance," C. Chaminade
"Just Because My Face Ain't White," Thurland Chattaway
"Daughters of the U.D.C.," Maude Johnson Howe Chenette
"Shells of Ocean," J. W. Lake and J.W. Cherry
"Shells of Ocean," J. W. Lake and J. W. Cherry
"Chopin"
"Waltz in D Flat," Frederic Chopin
"Girl of My Dreams," Sunny Clapp
"Swanee River Moon," H. Pitman Clarke
"I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby," Frederick Clay
"Father of the Land We Love," George M. Cohan
"Father of the Land We Love," George M. Cohan
"Over There,"George M. Cohan
"Over There," George M. Cohan
"When You Come Back," George M. Cohan
"Why, Dear?" Henry R. Cohen
"Why Should I Cry Over You," Ned Miller and Chester Cohn
"Rail Road," H. S. Colman
"Moonlight," Con Conrad
"Margie," Lyrics by Benny Davis and Music by Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson
"Smoke Your Troubles Away," Phil Cook
"I'm Only Making Believe," Benny Davis and J. Fred Coots
"The Invitation Rag," Les Copeland
"20 Duetten," V. Cornette
"The Yanks Are at it Again," Lyrics by Lew Brown and Music by Ruvey Cowan
"Gen. Beauregard's Brand March," Mrs. V. G. Cowdin
"Woodsy Corner Tales and Tunes For Little Piano Players," Helen L. Cramm
"The Hopper Toad," Helen Cramm
"Bud Rag," Bud L. Cross
"Castle Lame Duck Waltz," James Reese Europe and Ford T. Dabney
"Silver Threads Among the Gold," Lyrics by Eben E. Rexford and Music by H. P. Danks
"'Twas He, the Father and the Son," Lyrics by Mrs. H. I. Davenport and Music by Miss M. A. Lewis
"California Here I Come," Al Jolson, Bud De Sylwa and Joseph Meyer
"Colombine," L. L. Delahaye
"Witches Dance," J. DeLancey
"Little Sleepy Head," Tommy Dennis and Henry Felice
"'Cause I Feel Low-Down," Lyrics by Jo Trent and Peter De Rose
"Pistol Packin' Mama," Al Dexter
"Call Me Back, Pal O'Mine," Lyrics by Lawrence Perricone and Music by Harold Dixon
"Alabama Lullaby," Cal De Voll
"Who Threw Dem Chicken Feathers 'Round My Door," Lyrics by Ed Gardenier and Music by Lew Dockstader
"My Mammy," Lyrics by Joe Young and Sam Lewis and Music by Walter Donaldson
"Sam, the Old Accordion Man," Walter Donaldson
"Sam, the Old Accordion Man," Walter Donaldson
"At Sundown Love is Calling Me Home," Walter Donaldson
"Sweet Seventeen That's What I Call My Baby," Lyrics by Edgar Leslie and Music by Walter Donaldson
"Somebody Sweet is Sweet on Me," Gus Kahn and Walter Donovan
"Il Trovatore," E. Dorn
"Mairzy Doats," Milton Drake, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston
"Back in Your Own Back Yard," Al Jolson, Billy Rose, and Dave Dreyer
"One Sweet Kiss," Al Jolson and Dave Dreyer
"If The Rest of the World Don't Want You (Go Back to Mother and Dad)," Lyrics by Alex Gerber and Music by Dave Dreyer
"Beautiful Star of Heaven," Louis A. Drumheller
"Dance of the Fairy Queen," Louis A. Drumheller
"Little Old Lady," Hoagy Carmichael and Stanley Adams
"Little Old Lady," Hoagy Carmichael and Stanley Adams
"Modern Gems for the Piano"
"Beautiful Ohio," Mary Earl and Ballard Macdonald
"Ain't We Got Fun," Gus Van and Joe Schenck
"Wedding Bells (Are Breaking Up That Old Gang of Mine)," Lyrics by Irving Kahal and Willie Raskin and Music by Sammy Fain
"Favorite Piano Duets"
"The Flower Garden," J. S. Fearis
"Little Sir Echo," Laura R. Smith and J. S. Fearis
"Now That You're Gone," Ted Fiorito
"I'm On My Way to Mandalay," Lyrics by Al Bryan and Music by Fred Fisher
"Ireland Must Be Heaven, For My Mother Came From There," Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson and Fred Fischer
"The Red Lantern" Fred Fisher
"Popular Piano Publications"
"It's a Long Way to Berlin, But We'll Get There," Lyrics by Arthur Fields and Music by Leon Flatow
"How Do You Do," Phil Fleming, Harry Geise and Vernon Rick
"Love's First Kiss," Lyrics by Edward Lockton and Music by Dorothy Forster
"Ethiopian Melodies," S. C. Foster
"Way Down in Ca-I-Ro," Stephen C. Foster
"She'll Be Comin Round the Mountain"
"No One To Love," Ellen Clementine
"When My Dream Boat Comes Home," Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin
"When My Dream Boat Comes Home," Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin
"G. Shirmer's Secular Choruses"
Box 3
Box 3
Bibliography
"In Twilight," Carl Ganschals
"Bye-Bye, Pretty Baby," Jack Gardner and Spike Hamilton
"Some Little Bird," Haven Gillespie, Lindsey McPhail, and Egbert Van Alstyne
"The Whole World Knows I Love You," Archie Gottler, Sidney Clare, and Maceo Pinkard
"Soldiers' Chorus," Charles Francois Gounod
"Chimes at Twilight Reverie," R. G. Gradi
"Alabama Moon," George Hamilton Green
"Easy Piano Music"
"Best First Grade Teaching Pieces For Piano"
"The Midnnight Flyer," Frederick W. Hager
"Wedding of the Winds," John T. Hall
"On a Prairie in Old Illinois," Fred H. Hamann
"Blue," Lyrics by Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie and Music by Lou Handman
"Back Home and Broke," Chas K. Harris
"Nearest and Dearest Waltzes," Sydney P. Harris
"Roses Kissed by the Sunshine," Maude Anita Hart
"No One to Love," Lyrics Adapted by A.H.G.R. and music arranged by William B. Harvey
"We Don't Want the Bacon," "Kid" Howard Carr, Harry Russell, and Jimmie Havens
"Oh We Miss You at Home," H. H. Hawley
"Haydn"
"Haydn"
"Haydn"
"Now Elevate the Sign of Judah," Joseph Haydn
"Foreign Compositions"
"Carl Heins' Compositions for Pianoforte"
"Tarantelle," Stephen Heller
"Don't Tell Her What's Happened to Me," B. G. Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson
"Just a Memory," Lyrics by B. G. De Sylva and Lew Brown and Music by Ray Henderson
"(I Wouldn't Be Where I Am) If You Hadn't Gone Away," Lew Brown, Billy Rose, and Ray Henderson
"Dream Daddy," Louis Herscher and George Keefer
"Huckleberry Finn," Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, and Cliff Hess
"Boo-Hoo," Edward Heyman, Carmen Lombardo, and John Jacob Loeb
"In the Chapel in the Moonlight," Billy Hill
"Carolina Lullaby," Louis Panella and Walter Hirsch
"I Apologize," Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart, and Ed Nelson
"Run Chicken Run," Ernest Hogan dnd Billie Johnson
"Muriel Waltz," G. Holcombe
"Lead On, O Star," Fred B. Holton
"The Orange and Blue Waltzes for Piano," C. F. Hunt
"Harvard Piano Waltz," Cameron Hunter
"Summer Breezes," Chas L. Johnson
"By They Rivers Gently Flowing Illinois," Lyrics by Charles H. Chamberlin and Win Stracke and Music By Archibald Johnson
"When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain," Kate Smith, Howard Johnson, and Harry Woods
"Broken Hearted Melody," Lyrics by Gus Kahn and Music by Isham Jones
"My Cradle Sweetheart," Lyrics by Charles Newman and Music by Isham Jones
"Indiana Moon," Lyrics by Benny Davis and Music by Isham Jones
"Swingin' Down the Lane," Lyrics by Gus Kahn and Music by Isham Jones
"The Lord's Prayer," Philip Jorgensen
"It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary," Jack Judge and Harry Williams
"Compositions by Albert Jungmann"
"Till the End of Time Based on Chopin's Polonaise," Buddy Kaye and Ted Mossman
"When Grandma Sings the Songs She Loved At the End of a Perfect Day," Lyrics by Barley Costello and Music by Robert A. Keiser
"When I'm Gone You'll Soon Forget," E. Austin Keith
"I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," Jaan Kenbrovin and John William Kellette
"Sympathy," Kendis and Paley
"Star of Hope," Harriet Kennedy
"Can I Forget You,"Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein and Music by Jerome Kern
"Youth and Beauty"
"There's a Long, Long Trail," Lyrics by Stoddard King and Music by Zo Elliott
"The Waltz You Saved For Me," Lyrics by Gus Kahn and Music by Wayne King and Emil Flindt
"Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight Tell Her of My Love," Lyrics by Harold G. Frost and Music by F. Henri Klickmann
"Eli Green's Cake Walk," Lyrics by Dave Reed Jr. and Music by Sadie Koninsky
Box 4
Box 4
Bibliography
"Creole Belles," J. Bodewalt Lampe
"Champagne Charlie" or "The South Side Galop," J. M. Lander
"Alpine Hut," Lange
"Could the Dreams of a Dreamer Come True," Lyrics by Jeff Ranen and Music by Arthur Lange
"Virginia Lee," Lyrics by Jeff Branen and Music by Arthur Lange
"Classicanna," Henry Lange
"Ping Pong," Paul le Launnay
"Cheerleader Spotlite," Jack Lee
"Thoughts Have Wings," Lyrics by Frances M. Gostling and Music by Liza Lehmann
"Compositions for Piano"
"Aloha Oe, Farewell to Thee," H. M. Queen Liliuokalani
"Blaze of Honor," Harry J. Lincoln
"Fire Drill," Harry J. Lincoln
"The Lost Phase," Harry J. Lincoln
"December Morn," Harry J. Lincoln
"Liebestraum (Dream of Love)," Franz Liszt
"Jealous," Lyrics by Tommie Malie and Dick Finch and Music by Jack Little
"Go Home Little Girl, Go Home," Little Jack Little, Al Sherman, and Al Lewis
"I'll Do My Best," Little Jack Little, Al Sherman, and Al Lewis
"Temptation Rag," Henry Lodge
"Pale Moon: An Indian Love Song," Lyrics by Jesse G. M. Glick and Music by Frederic Knight Logan
"When You Sang Hush-A-Bye Baby to Me," Lyrics by Jesse G. M. Glick and Music by Frederick Knight Logan and Abe Olman
"Schirmer's Library"
"The Missouri Waltz" John Valentine Eppel
"Sleepy Time Gal," Lyrics by Jos. R. Alden and Raymond B. Egan and Music by Ange Lorenzo and Richard A. Whiting
"Portal of Dreams Waltzes"
"White Kid Slippers," Sam Lucas
"Lieutenant General Grant's Grand March"
"General Grant's Grand March," E. Mack
"General Grant's Grand March," E. Mack
"Stairway to the Stars," Lyrics by Mitchell Parish an Music by Matt Malneck and Frank Signorelli
"Initiation March," Carrie C. Manning
"Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee," Henry I. Marshall
"Evening Chimes Reverie (Abendlauten)," A. F. Marzian
"It's a Sin to Tell a Lie," Billy Mayhew
"It I Only Had Home Sweet Home," A. L. McDermott
"Valsette," Erna McLaughlin
"Take Your Gun and Go, John," H. T. Merrill
"Absent," Lyrics by Catherine Young Glen and Music by John W. Metcalf
"Sittin' in a Corner," Lyrics by Gus Kahn and Music by George W. Meyer
"For Me and My Gal," Lyrics by Leslie and E. Ray Goetz and Music by George W. Meyer
"After," Lyrics by George Cooper and Music by H. Millard
"(Dreaming Down on) Silver Bay," Lyrics by Bob Schafer and Music by Frank Milne and Robert De Socio
"La Tosca," Harry H. Mincer
"I'll Take Her Back if She Wants to Come Back," Lyrics by Edgar Leslie and Music by James V. Monaco
"Sweetheart Land," Lyrics by Harry and Charles Tobias and Music by Percy Moore
"The Western Flyer," Paul Morton
"Menuet Classique," Carl Moter
"Indian Summer," Victor Moulton
"Gems of German Song"
"The Agricultural March," Mrs. Anne E. A. Muse
"Mary of Argyle," S. Nelson
"Rosa Lee" or "Don't Be a Foolish Joe"
"Rosa Lee" or "Don't Be a Foolish Joe"
"Keep the Home Fires Burning ('Till the Boys Come Home)," Lyrics by Lena Guilbert and Music by Ivor Novello
"Star of Love," Abe Olman
"Sweet Leilani," Harry Owens
"Minuet A L'Antique," Paderewski
"Dance Selections"
"Paul Revere's Ride," E. T. Paull
"Napoleon's Last Charge," E. T. Paull
"Chariot Race" or "Ben Hur March," E. T. Paull
"Pal of My Cradle Days," Lyrics by Marshall Montgomery and Music by Al Piantadosi
Box 5
Box 5
Bibliography
"The Rosary," Ethelbert Nevin
"I Still Call You Sweetheart," Lyrics by Jack Yellen and Music by Arnold New
"Captain Mac'," Lyrics by P. J. O'Reilly and Music by Wilfrid Sanderson
"Sailing on a Moonbeam," Lyrics by Art Carter and Ben Gorden and Music by Nat Osbourne
"Love Me Tender," Elvis Presley and Vera Matson
"Prelude in G Minor," Sergei Rachmaninoff
"Maryland! My Maryland!" Lyrics by Jas. R. Randall, Esq, and Music by a Lady of Baltimore
"The Sunshine of Your Smile," Lyrics by Leonard Cooke and Music by Lilian Ray
"Mr. Johnson, Don't Get Gay," Dave Reed, Jr.
"When It's Sleepy Time Down South," Leon and Otis Rene and Clarence Muse
"Confessin' That I Love You," Lyrics by Al J. Neiburg and Music by Doc Daugherty and Ellis Reynolds
"He," Lyrics by Richard Mullan and Music by Jack Richards
"The Finest Flag that Flies," Lyrics by Jos. H. Hughes and Music by Harry Richardson
"Waltzing," Lyrics by Bill and Ed Gorman and Music by Oliver Riehl
"Smiles," Lyrics by J. Will Callahan and Music by Lee S. Roberts
"G. Schirmers Choral Church Music"
"Smiles," Lyrics by J. Will Callahan and Music by Lee S. Roberts
"A Rendezvous With a Dream," Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger
"Memories of France," Lyrics by Al Dubin and Music by J. Russel Robinson
"The Surrey With the Fringe on Top," Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein
"Three Songs," James H. Rogers
"Oh What a Beautiful Mornin'," Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein
"Rosemary," Walter Rolfe
"The Big Bass Singer," Walter Rolfe
"The Battle-Cry of Freedom," George F. Root
"Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! The Prisoners Hope," George F. Root
"The Vacant Chair," Lyrics by H.S.W. Music by George F. Root
"The Princess Royal," Monroe H. Rosenfeld
"On Guard," Wallace Rowe
"Hurrah for Our Flag," Rev. T. B. Russell
"I'm Drifting Back to Dreamland," Lyrics by Florence Charlesworth and Charles Harrison and Music by Jack Sadler
"The Little Brown Owl," Lyrics by Ada Leonora Harris and Music by Wilfrid Sanderson
"When Song is Sweet," Gertrude Sans Souci
"The Marines' Hymn, From the Halls of Montezuma to the Shores of Tripoli"
"Good-Bye Virginia," Lyrics by Grant Clarke and Music by Jean Schwartz
"Darling," Lyrics by Arthur Jackson and Music by Chris Schonberg
"Skedaddle," R. D. Scott
"The World is Waiting for the Sunrise," Lyrics by Eugene Lackhart and Music by Ernest Seitz
"Save Your Sorrow (For To-Morrow)," Lyrics by B. G. De Sylva and Music by Al Sherman
"Jeannine I Dream of Lilac Time," Lyrics by Wolfe Gilbert and Music by Nathaniel Shilkret
"I'm Alone Because I love You," Lyrics by Joe Young and Music by John Siras
"I'm Alone Because I Love You," Lyrics by Joe Young and Music by John Siras
"You got to Play Rag Time," Lyrics by Jean c. Havez and Music by A. B. Sloane
"Ma Tiger Lily," Lyrics by Clay M. Greene and Music by A. B. Sloane
"Ballin' the Jack," Chris Smith
"Ballin' the Jack," Chris Smith
"Tulip Time," Lyrics by Gene Buck and Music by Dave Stamper
"They Needed a Song Bird in Heaven (So God Took Caruso Away)," Lyrics by George A. Little and Music by Jack Stanley
"The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi," Lyrics by Byron D. Stokes and Music by F. Dudleigh Vernor
"Tales from the Vienna Woods," Lyrics by Marvin Lee and Music by Johann Strauss
"Morning Prayer," Streabbog
"Schirmer's Library of Musical Classes," Streabbog
"Vict'ry Polka," Lyrics by Samuel Cahn and Music by Jule Styne
"The Lost Chord," Sir Arthur Sullivan and Adelaide A. Proctor
Box 6
Box 6
Bibliography
"Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey," Lyrics by Junie McCree Music Albert von Tilzer
"Marching Through Georgia," Rudolf Thaler
"You'll Be Mine in Apple Blossom Time," Lyrics by Charles Tobias and Music by Peter de Rose
"When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver (I Will Love You Just the Same)," Charlie Tobias and Peter De Rose
"Songs, F. Paolo Tosti"
"Mother O'Mine," Lyrics by Rudyard Kipling and Music by Frank E. Tours
"'Bully' Song," Charles E. Trevathan
"English Songs, Second Series"
"Falling Waters, Waters of Yosemite," J. L. Truax
"Laurel Octavo"
"When this Cruel War is Over," Lyrics by Charles C. Sawyer and Music by Henry Tucker
"Drifting and Dreaming (Sweet Paradise)," Lyrics by Haven Gillespie and Music by Egbert Van Alstyne, Erwin R. Schmidt, and Loyal Curtis
"Old Kentucky Moonlight," Lyrics by Haven Gillespie and Music by Egbert Van Alstyne
"Old Pal," Lyrics by Gustave Kahn and Music by Egbert Van Alstyne
"Sunday, Monday, or Always," Lyrics by Johnny Burke and Music by Jimmy Van Heusen
"Selected Opera Gems," Arranged by H. Engelmann
"Heavenward," Guillaume Vilbre
"Five Miniatures," Paul White
"Light Cavalry," Von Suppe
"September in the Rain," Harry Warren, Al Dubin, M. K. Jerome, and Jack Scholl
"The River and Me," Lyrics by Al Dubin and Music by Harry Warren
"Then Came the Dawn," Lyrics by Al Dubin and Music by Harry Warren
"When Eliza Rolls Her Eyes," Lyrics by Gus Kahn and Music by Harry Warren
"I Love My Baby," Lyrics by Bud Green and Music by Harry Warren
"Mother's Old Sweet Lullaby," H. C. Weasner
"Roses of Picardy," Lyrics by Fred E. Weatherly and Music by Haydn Wood
"The Storm," H. Weber
"Chong He Come From Hong Kong," Harold Weeks
"Joan of Arc They Are Calling You," Lyrics by Alfred Bryan and Willie Weston and Music by Jack Wells
"I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen," Westendorf
"Wonderful One," Lyrics by Dorothy Terriss and Music by Paul Whiteman and Ferdie Grofe
"Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose," Lyrics by Raymond Egan and Music by Richard A. Whiting
"When Shall We Meet Again," Lyrics by Raymond B. Egan and Music by Richard A. Whiting
"The Wreck on the Southern Old 97," Henry Whitter
"The Song My Mother Sang"
"Carbarlick Acid Rag," Clarence C. Wiley
"May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You," Meredith Willson
"I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover," Lyrics by Mort Dixon and Music by Harry Woods
"When It's Springtime in the Rockies," Marv Woolsey, Robert Sauer and Milt Taggart
"Wake Nicodemus," Henry Clay Work
"Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still," Lyrics by J. E. Carpenter and Music by W. T. Wrighton
"The Battle Song of Liberty," Lyrics by Jack Tellen and Music by F. E. Bigelow
"Co-ed," J. S. Zamecnik
"Attractive Teaching Pieces"
"Black America," Harry H. Zickel
Box 7
Box 7
Bibliography
"Progressive Series of Piano Lessons"
"Tunes to Play and Sing"
"G Schirmer's Choral Church Music"
"Primo"
Untitled Handwritten Music
Untitled Printed Music #1
Untitled Printed Music #2
"Repeat Signs"
Untitled Printed Music #3
"Oh, Promise Me!" Reginald De Koven
Melody Book
"The Voco Study Plan"
"American Victory Songs," Maxwell Eckstein
"Nine Voco Songs"
"The Music of George Washington's Time"
"Universal Dance Folio For Piano"
"Young Folks Pastime For the Piano"
"Melrose Dixie Song and Dance Folio"
"Christmas Emblems"
"Songs of the Confederacy and Plantation Melodies"
"Life With Father," Howard Lindsey and Russel Crouse
"Hellzapoppin," Olsen and Johnson
"Ice Follies of 1939," souvenir program
"Lady Raffles"
"My Little Buckaroo"
Three staffs of music
Original sheet music, untitled
"Well Known Fables Set to Music"
"Singing Shadows"
Envelope addressed to Mr. C. Bruce Ross
Box 8
Box 8
Bibliography
"Revival Gems: A Small Book With a Big Mission"
"Boosey's 100 Operatic Melodies for the Violin"
"Sam Fox School Collection, Vol. 1"
Hymns of Praise (Number Two)
"The Choir Herald" April 1938
"The Choir Herald," Vol. lxxxii, No. 3 December 1928
"The Golden Book of Favorite Songs"
"Old Favorite Songs"
"Old Favorite Songs"
"Christmas Carols"
"Star Collection of the Best Old Favorite Songs"
"Music Unites the People, The New Green Book No. 2"
"W.M.B.I. Song Favorite"
"Christmas Carols for Male Voices"
"Popular Male Choruses"
"Sing, Men, Sing!
"Male Choruses"
"Singable Songs for Male Voices"
"Men's Club Collection"
"Distinctive Men's Quartets"
"Carl Fischer's Music Library No. 787 Back Concerto No. 3"
"Famous Songs and Wedding Music"
"New Playing Styles Made Possible"
"Playing With Rhythm"
"Serious Music"
"Starting Out"
"Obertass," H. Wieniawski
"Madrigale," A. Simonetti
"Czardas," V. Monti
"Violin Music from the Canebrake," Samuel Gardner
"Skills in Scales," Eric Steiner
Book of Rudolphe Kreutzer's Compositions
"Sing-a-long with Mack Gebert"
"Symphonie Espagnole," Edouard Lalo
"Share the Fun," Ella Ketterer
"Father Christmas"
Misc. Sheet Music