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Sheet Music: C

Special Collections and Archives

Sheet Music: C

Borowitz Sheet Music Collection:

C


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Irving Caesar (Modern Format)

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From the 1955 Barnum and Bailey Circus The Greatest Show on Earth

  1. IMPOSSIBLE. Irving Caesar (w) -- John Ringling North (m). Irving Caesar Music, New York: 1954. 2 pp.

From the musical comedy Poppy

  1. WHAT DO YOU DO SUNDAY, MARY? Irving Caesar (w) -- Stephen Jones (m). Harms Inc., 6852-4. New York: 1923. 4 pp. Cover photo: Madge Kennedy.

From musical Ripples

  1. I'M A LITTLE BIT FONDER OF YOU. Irving Ceasar & Graham John (w). -- Oscar Levant & Albert Sirmay (m). Harms Inc., New York: 1926. 8 pp. Cover photo: Fred, Dorothy and Paula Stone

From the production White Horse Inn

  1. I CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT YOUR LOVE. Irving Caesar (w) -- Ralph Benatzky (m). Harms Inc., 707-4. New York: 1936. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy Yes, Yes Yvette

  1. I'M A LITTLE BIT FONDER OF YOU. Irving Caesar (w & m). Harms Inc., 7855-5. New York: 1926. 5 pp.

Popular Music

  1. OH SUZANNA DUST OFF THAT OLD PIANNA! Irving Caesar, Gerald Marks & Sammy Lerner (w & m). Irving Caesar, New York: 1935. 4 pp. Cover photo: Ozzie Nelson.
  2. UMBRIAGO. Irving Caesar & Jimmy Durante (w & m). Robbins Music Corp., 2806-3. New York: 1944. 3 pp.
  3. VIENNA DREAMS. Irving Caesar (w) -- Rudolf Sieczynski (m). Harms Inc., 720-4. New York: 1937. 4 pp. Cover photo: Tommy Christian.

Marie Cahill (Large Format)

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From the production The Boys and Betty

  1. AUF WIEDERSEHN. George V. Hobart (w) -- Silvio Hein (m). Marie Cahill Music Co., New York: 1908. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.
  2. MARIE CAHILL'S ARAB LOVE SONG. George V. Hobart (w) -- Silvio Hein (m). Marie Cahill Music Co., New York: 1908. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.

From the musical comedy Judy Forgot

  1. I WANT A LITTLE LOVIN' SOMETIME. Chris Smith (w & m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, New York: 1911. 4 pp.

From the production Marrying Man

  1. HE'S A COUSIN OF MINE. Cecil Mack (w) -- Chris Smith & Silvio Hein (m). Gotham-Attucks Music Co. Inc., New York: 1906. 4 pp.
  2. I LOVE THE LAST ONE BEST OF ALL. Benjamin Hapgood Burt (w) -- Silvio Hein (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 5146-4. New York: 1906. 4 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.
  3. SELECTION (I'm Looking For A Man, I Love The Last One Best, Three Men In A Boat, Noah, Hottentot Love Song, Mister Cupid, Gwendolyn, Coo! Coo!). Silvio Hein (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 5221-16. New York: 1906. 16 pp.

From the production Moonshine

  1. DON'T BE WHAT YOU AIN'T. George V. Hobart & Edwin Milton Royle (w) -- Silvio Hein (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4638-4. New York: 1905. 4 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.
  2. ROBINSON CRUSOE'S ISLE. Benjamin Hapgood Burt (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4662-3. New York: 1905. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.
  3. ROBINSON CRUSOE'S ISLE. Benjamin Hapgood Burt (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4662-3. New York: 1905. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.

From the musical comedy Nancy Brown

  1. NAVAJO. Harry H. Williams (w) -- Egbert Van Alystyne (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1903. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.
  2. NAVAJO. Harry H. Williams (w) -- Egbert Van Alystyne (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1903. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.

From the lyrical comedy The Opera Ball

  1. I WANT A LITTLE LOVIN' SOMETIME. Chris Smith (w & m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, New York: 1911. 4 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.

From the production Sally in Our Alley

  1. UNDER THE BAMBOO TREE. Bob Cole (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 3384-3. New York: 1902. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.
Popular Music
  1. I LOVE YOU--THAT'S ONE THING I KNOW. L. Wolfe Gilbert & Anatol Friedland (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 8076-3. New York: 1915. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.
  2. YOU CAN'T FOOL ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME. Shepard N. Edmonds (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 3548-6. New York: 1903. 6 pp. Cover photo: Marie Cahill.

Sammy Cahn and/or Saul Chaplin (Modern Format)

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From Connie's Hot Choclates of 1936

  1. SHOESHINE BOY. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Saul Chaplin (m). Mills Music, New York: 1936. 2 pp.

From Grand Terrace Revue

  1. I'VE BEEN SAVING MYSELF FOR YOU. Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin (w & m). Harms, Inc., S767-4. New York: 1938. 5 pp. Illustration: Merman.

From the Warner Bros. picture Ladies Must Live

  1. I COULD MAKE YOU CARE. Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin (w & m). M.Witmark & Sons, 18118-4. New York: 1940. 4 pp. Cover photo: Wayne Morris and Rosemary Lane.

From the Warner Bros. picture Love Honor Behave

  1. BEI MIR BIST DU SCHÖN (Means That You're Grand). Jacob Jacobs (w) -- Sholom Secunda (m). English version Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin (w & m). Harms Inc., S-752-4. New York: 1937. 4 pp. Cover photo: Wayne Morris and Priscilla Lane.

From the MGM picture Many Rivers to Cross

  1. THE BERRY TREE. Saul Chaplin (w & m). Miller Music Corp., 1029-3. New York: 1955. 3 pp.

From the Warner Bros. picture The Odd Couple

  1. THE ODD COUPLE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Neal Hefti (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1968. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.

From the Warner Bros. film Serenade

  1. SERENADE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Nicholas Brodszky (m). Harms, S2260-2. New York: 1946. 3 pp. Cover photo: Mario Lanza and Joan Fontaine.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture The Sound and the Fury

  1. THE SOUND AND THE FURY. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Alex North (m). Leo Feist Inc., 8095-2. New York: 1959. 2 pp.

From the Paramount picture Thieves

  1. THIEVES. George Barrie (w) -- Sammy Cahn (m). Brut Music Pub. Co., 2924-3. New York: 1977. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marlo Thomas and Charles Grodin.

From the MGM picture Thrill of a Romance

  1. I SHOULD CARE. Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl & Paul Weston (w & m). Dorsey Bros. Music Inc., New York: 1944. 2 pp. Cover photo: Ester Williams and Van Johnson.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture Woman's World

  1. IT'S A WOMAN'S WORLD. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Cyril Mockridge (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 3919-3. New York: 1954. 3 pp.

Popular Music

  1. FIFTY-SECOND STREET. Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin (w & m). Harms Inc., S-724-5. New York: 1937. 5 pp. Note cover is missing.
  2. IF IT'S THE LAST THING I DO. Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin (w & m). Crawford Music Corp., New York: 1937. 3 pp. Cover photo: Tommy Dorsey.
  3. IF IT'S THE LAST THING I DO. Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin (w & m). Crawford Music Corp., New York: 1937. 3 pp. Cover photo: Guy Lombardo.
  4. PLEASE BE KIND. Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin (w & m). Harms Inc., S755-3. New York: 1938. 3 pp. Cover photo: Bob Crosby.
  5. UNTIL THE REAL THING COMES ALONG. Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin & L.E. Freeman (w & m). Chappell & Co., C-629-5. New York: 1936. 5 pp.

Anne Caldwell (Large Format)

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From the production The Lady in Red

  1. BEAUTIFUL LADY IN RED. Anne Caldwell (w) -- Robert Winterberg (m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, 5159-6. New York: 1915. 6 pp.

From the production Not Yet But Soon

  1. AS LONG AS THE WORLD GOES ROUND. James O'Dea (w) -- Anne Caldwell (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1907. 3 pp. Cover photo: Hap Ward.
  2. AS LONG AS THE WORLD GOES ROUND. James O'Dea (w) -- Anne Caldwell (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1907. 3 pp. Cover photo: Hap Ward.

From the opera Pom Pom

  1. EVELYN. Anne Caldwell (w) -- Hugo Felix (m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, 5330-3. New York: 1916. 3 pp. Cover photo: Mizzi Hajos.

From the Musical The Sweetheart Shop

  1. DIDN'T YOU? Anne Caldwell (w) -- Hugo Felix (m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, 6011-5. New York: 1920. 5 pp.

Eddie Cantor (Modern Format)

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From Forty Little Mothers

  1. LITTLE CURLY HAIR IN A HIGH CHAIR. Charles Tobias (w) -- Nat Simon (m). Leo Feist Inc., 7194-3. New York: 1940. 3 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Cantor.
From Make it Snappy
  1. LITTLE ROVER (Don't Forget to Come Back Home). Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., New York: 1923. 6 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Cantor.
  2. MY YIDDISHA MAMMY. Alex Gerber, Jean Schwartz & Eddie Cantor (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16623-3. New York 1922. 3 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Cantor.
  3. TELL ME WHAT'S THE MATTER, LOVABLE EYES. Harold Atteridge (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome Remick & Co., 208-4. New York: 1922. 4 pp.

From Midnight Rounders

  1. THE LADIES MAN DAPPER-DAN. Lew Brown (w) -- Albert Von Tilzer (m). Broadway Music Corp., New York: 1921. 3 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Cantor.
From Silks and Satins
  1. MIDSUMMER MAIDEN. Louis Weslyn (w) -- Leon Rosenbrook (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 2091-4. New York: 1920. 4 pp.
From Time to Smile
  1. THE HUT-SUT SONG. Leo V. Killion, Ted McMichael, and Jack Owens (w & m). Schumann Music, Hollywood: 1941. 4 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Cantor, Dinah Shore and Olive Major.
From Whoopee
  1. MY BLACKBIRDS ARE BLUEBIRDS NOW. Irving Caesar (w) -- Cliff Friend (m). Leo Feist Inc., 6131-3. New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Cantor.
Popular Music
  1. BEBE. Sam Coslow (w) -- Abner Silver (m). M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1923. 5 pp. Cover text: Introduced with great success by Eddie Cantor in the Ziegfeld Follies, with his photograph.
  2. I'M ALL EYES FOR IDA. Lou Klein (w) -- Larry Shay (m). Brockman-Schenck, NewYork: 1931. 3 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Cantor.
  3. WHEN I'M THE PRESIDENT. AL Lewis (w) -- Al Sherman (m). Mack Stark, New York: 1932. 15 pp. Includes illustrations.

Richard Carle (Large Format)

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From the production The American Way

  1. A LEMON IN THE GARDEN OF LOVE. M.E. Rourke (w) -- Richard Carle (m). Jerry Vogel Music Co. Inc., New York: 1935. 3 pp.

From the Musical comedy The Boy and the Girl

  1. KATIE, COME AND KISS ME. Carle & Rourke (w) -- H.L. Heartz (m). White-Smith Music Pub. Co., 13306-3. New York: 1908. 3 pp.

From the production Jumping Jupiter

  1. LOVE ME. Richard Carle (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 11632-4. New York: 1910. 4 pp.

From the production The Maid and the Mummy

  1. FLO. Richard Carle (w) -- Robert Hood Bowers (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 6806-4. New York: 1904. 4 pp.
  2. I FELL IN LOVE WITH POLLY. Richard Carle (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 6129-q. New York: 1904. 4 pp.

From the production Mam'selle 'Awkins

  1. DOLLY. Richard Carle & Herman Perlet (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 3461-3. New York: 1900. 3 pp.

From the production Mary's Lamb

  1. MY MADAGASCAR MAID. Richard Carle (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 4689-4. New York: 1902. 4 pp.

From the musical fantasy The Storks

  1. FLIRTY LITTLE GERTIE. Richard F. Carle (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 4862-4. New York: 1902. 4 pp.

From the musical play The Tenderfoot

  1. MY ALAMO LOVE. Richard Carle (w) -- H.L. Heartz (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 5306-4. New York: 1903. 4 pp.

Hoagy Carmichael (Modern Format)

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From the musical Alive and Kicking

  1. IF YOU DON'T LOVE ME. Paul Francis Webster & Ray Golden (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Chappell and Co. Inc., New York: 1949. 4 pp. Cover text: wm. R. Katzell and Ray Golden Present "Alive and Kicking."

From the Picture Canyon Passage

  1. OLE BUTTERMILK SKY. Hoagy Carmichael and Jack Brooks (w & m). Burke and Van Heusen Inc., New York: 1946. 2 pp.

From the Warner Bros. Picture To Have and Have Not

  1. BALTIMORE ORIOLE. Paul Francis Webster (w) -- Hoegy Carmichael (w). M. Witmark & Sons, New York: 1942. 4 pp. Cover photo: Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall
  2. HONG KONG BLUES. Hoagy Carmichael (w & m). Larry Spier Inc., New York: 1939. 4 pp. Cover text: Sung by Hoagy Carmichael, with his photograph.

From the Universal-International Picture Ivy

  1. IVY. Hoagy Carmichael (w & m). Burke and Van Heusen Inc., New York: 1947. 2 pp. Cover text: Inspired by the Sam Wood Production "Ivy."

From the RKO Radio Picture Johnny Angel

  1. MEMPHIS IN JUNE. Paul Webster (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Burke and Van Heusen Inc. New York: 1945. 2 pp.

From the Paramount Picture Paramount Presents Hoagy Carmichael

  1. THAT'S RIGHT I'M WRONG. Stanley Adams (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Famous Music Corp. New York: 1939. 2 pp. Professional copy.

From the Hal Roach picture Road Show

  1. I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN YEARS AGO. Hoagy Carmichael (w & m). Bregman, Vocco & Conn Inc. 404-3. New York: 1940. 2 pp. Professional copy.
  2. YUM! YUM! Hoagy Carmichael (w & m). Bregman, Vocco & Conn Inc. 405-3. New York: 1940. Professional copy.

From the musical The Show is On

  1. LITTLE OLD LADY. Hoagy Carmichael & Stanley Adams (w & m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 665-4. New York: 1936. 4 pp. Cover photo: Beatrice Lillie and Bert Lahr.

From the Paramount Picture A Star is Born

  1. HEART AND SOUL. Frank Loesser & Hoagy Carmichael (w & m). Famous Music Corp. New York: 1938. 3 pp. Cover text: Featuring Larry Clinton and his Orchestra.

From the Paramount Picture St. Louis Blues

  1. KIND'A LONESOME. Leo Robin, Sam Coslow & Hoagy Carmichael (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1938. 3 pp.

From the Paramount Picture The Stork Club

  1. DOCTOR, LAWYER, INDIAN CHIEF. Paul Francis Webster (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Melrose Music Corp. New York: 1945. 3 pp. Cover text: B. G. DeSylva presents The Stork Club

Popular Music

  1. AFTER TWELVE O'CLOCK. Joe Moore (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Southern Music Pub. Co., New York: 1932. 4 pp. Cover text: Featured by George Olson and his Music.
  2. GEORGIA ON MY MIND. Stuart Gorrell (w) -- Hoagy Carmichaell (m). Southern Music Pub. Co., New York: 1930. 3 pp. Cover text: Successfully Featured by Mildred Bailey N.B.C. Paul Whitman's Orchestra.
  3. I GET ALONG VERY WELL WITHOUT YOU (Except Sometimes). Hoagy Carmichael (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1939. 4 pp. Professional copy.
  4. IN THE CHURCHYARD. Walter Hirsch (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Southern Music Pub. Co. New York: 1934. 2 pp.
  5. MR. BLUEBIRD. Hoagy Carmichael (w & m). Southern Music Pub. Co., New York: 1935. 6 pp. Cover text: Featured by Bernie Cummins and his Orchestra.
  6. THE NEARNESS OF YOU. Ned Washington (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1940. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Bob Manning on Capitol Records, with his photograph.
  7. ONE MORNING IN MAY. Mitchell Parish (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Mills Music Inc., New York: 1933. 3 pp. Cover text: By the writers of Star Dust.
  8. STAR DUST. Mitchell Parish (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Mills Music Inc. New York: 1929. 3 pp.

Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Mercer (Modern Format)

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From the Paramount picture Hatari

  1. JUST FOR TONIGHT. Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1961. 2 pp. Professional copy.

From the Warner Bros. picture To Have and Have Not

  1. HOW LITTLE WE KNOW. Johnny Mercer (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). M. Whitman & Sons, 18166-2. New York: 1944. 2 pp. Cover: Photographs from film.

From the Paramount Picture Here Comes the Groom

  1. IN THE COOL, COOL, COOL OF THE EVENING. Johnny Mercer (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Burke-Van Heusen & Associates Music Corp., New York: 1951. 2 pp. Cover: Photographs from film.

From the musical Three After Three

  1. OOH! WHAT YOU SAID. Johnny Mercer (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Mercer & Morris Inc., 5-3. New York: 1939. 3 pp.

From the Paramount Picture True to Life

  1. MISTER POLLYANNA. Johnny Mercer (w)--Hoagy Carmichael (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1943. 4 pp. Cover: Scenes from film.
  2. THE OLD MUSIC MASTER. Johnny Mercer (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1943. 4 pp. Cover: Scenes from film.

Popular Music

  1. LAZYBONES. Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael (w & m). Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., New York: 1933. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Mildred Bailey, with her photograph.
  2. MOON COUNTRY IS HOME TO ME. Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Mercer (w & m). Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., New York: 1934. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Frances Langford, with her photograph.
  3. SKYLARK. Johnny Mercer (w) -- Hoagy Carmichael (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., New York: 1942. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured and Recorded by Bing Crosby, with his photograph.

Harry Carroll (Large Format)

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From the production The Little Blue Devil

  1. I'M SO SYMPATHETIC. Harold Atteridge (w) -- Harry Carroll (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 999-4. New York: 1919. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy Oh Look!

  1. I THINK YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL. Joe McCarthy (w) -- Harry Carroll (m). McCarthy & Fisher Inc., New York: 1918. 2 pp.
  2. WHEN I MARRY. Joe McCarthy (w) -- Harry Carroll (m). McCarthy & Fisher Inc., New York: 1918. 4 pp.

From The Passing Show of 1914

  1. YOU'RE JUST A LITTLE BIT BETTER. Harold R. Atteridge (w) -- Harry Carroll (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1914. 3 pp. Cover photo: Jose Collins.

Popular Music

  1. CHICAGO. Ballard MacDonald (w) -- Harry Carroll (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1915. 2 pp. Cover photo: Anna Wheaton and Harry Carroll.
  2. (At The) DIXIE MILITARY BALL. Ballard MacDonald (w) -- Harry Carroll (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1918. 2 pp.
  3. DRIP, DRIP, DRIP, WENT THE WATERFALL. Ballard MacDonald (w) -- Harry Carroll (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1915. 4 pp. Cover photo: Anna Wheaton and Harry Carroll.
  4. LET'S ALL GO TO MARY ANN'S. Ballard MacDonald (w) -- Harry Carroll (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1913. 4 pp. Cover photo: Harry Carroll.

Emma Carus (Large Format)

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From the production The Jolly Bachelors

  1. HAS ANYBODY HERE SEEN KELLY? C.W. Murphy & Will Letters (w & m) American version by William J. McKenna. T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, New York: 1909. 3 pp.

From the production Up and Down Broadway

  1. IN 1861. Junie McCree (w) -- Albert Von Tilzer (m). The York Music Co., New York: 1910. 3 pp. Cover photo: Emma Carus.
Popular Music
  1. HOMEWARD BOUND. Howard Johnson & Coleman Goetz (w) -- George Meyer (m). Leo Feist Inc., 3691-2. New York: 1917. 2 pp. Cover photo: Emma Carus.
  2. I'M THE ONLY STAR THAT TWINKLES ON BROADWAY. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1905. 4 pp. Cover photo: Emma Carus.
  3. OH! HOW SHE CAN DANCE. Emma Carus (w) -- Walter Leopold (m). Chas. K. Harris, New York: 1919. 2 pp. Cover photo: Emma Carus.
  4. SWEET CIDER TIME WHEN YOU WERE MINE. Joe McCarthy (w) -- Percy Wenrich (m). Leo Feist, 3335. New York: 1916. 2 pp. Cover photo: Emma Carus.
  5. TAKE ME TO THE CABARET. Will Dillon (w & m). Leo Feist, 2917-3. New York: 1912. 3 pp. Cover photo: Emma Carus.
  6. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO MAKE THOSE EYES AT ME FOR? Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson & Jimmy V. Monaco (w & m). Leo Feist, 3510-2. New York: 1916. 2 pp. Cover photo: Emma Carus.
  7. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO MAKE THOSE EYES AT ME FOR? Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson & Jimmy V. Monaco (w & m). Leo Feist, 3510-2. New York: 1916. 2 pp. Cover photo: Emma Carus.
  8. WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE WITH SOMEONE WHO IS NOT IN LOVE WITH YOU. Grant Clarke (w) -- Al Pianadosi (m). Leo Feist, 3256-3. New York: 1915. 3 pp. Cover photo: Emma Carus.

Ivan Caryll (Large Format)

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From the production The Canary

  1. THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO. P.G. Wodehouse (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co., 5682-4. New York: 1918. 4 pp.

From the musical fantasy Chin-Chin

  1. GOODBYE GIRLS I'M THROUGH. John Golden (w) -- Ivan Caryll(m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6635-4. New York: 1914. 4 pp.
  2. GOODBYE GIRLS I'M THROUGH. John Golden (w)--Ivan Caryll(m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6635-4. New York: 1914. 4 pp.
  3. LOVE MOON. Ann Caldwell (w)--Ivan Caryll(m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6621. New York: 1914. 5 pp.
  4. RAGTIME TEMPLE BELLS. James O'Dea (w)--Ivan Caryll(m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6641-5-4. New York: 1914. 5 pp.
  5. SELECTION (Ragtime Temple Bells, Goodbye Girls I'm Through, The Mulberry Tree, Violet, The Goddess Music, Love Moon). Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 6648. New York: 1914. 12 pp.

From the musical comedy Jack O'Lantern

  1. KNIT, KNIT, KNIT. Anna Caldwell (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6935-4. New York: 1917. 4 pp.
  2. A SWEETHEART OF MY OWN. Anna Caldwell (w)--Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6910-4. New York: 1917. 4 pp.
  3. WAIT TILL THE COWS COME HOME. Anna Caldwell (w)--Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6908-4. New York: 1917. 4 pp.
  4. WAIT TILL THE COWS COME HOME. Anna Caldwell (w)--Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6908-4. New York: 1917. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy The Little Cafe

  1. JUST BECAUSE IT'S YOU! C.M.S.McLellan (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6558-5. New York: 1913. 5 pp.
  2. JUST BECAUSE IT'S YOU! C.M.S.McLellan (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6558-5. New York: 1913. 5 pp.
  3. SELECTION (You Little Cafe, Good Day, I Wonder Whom I'll Marry!, Do You Call That Dancing?, Thy Mouth is a Rose, They Found Me!, Just Because It's You!). C.M.S.McLellan (w)--Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6562-14. New York: 1913. 14 pp.

From the musical play The Little Cherub

  1. EXPERIENCE. Adrian Ross (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., New York: 1906. 8 pp. Cover text: Charles Frohman Presents Hattie Williams in Owen Hall's musical play, with her photograph.
  2. EXPERIENCE. Adrian Ross (w)--Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., c 6059. New York: 1906. 5 pp.
  3. EXPERIENCE. Adrian Ross (w)--Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6059. New York: 1906. 5 pp.

From the musical comedy Oh! Oh! Delphine

  1. THE VENUS WALTZ. C.M.S. McLellan (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co., Ltd., C 6434-4. New York: 1912. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy The Pink Lady

  1. BY THE SASKATCHEWAN. C.M.S.McLellan (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6293. New York: 1910. 4 pp. Cover text: Story of the play from the French farce "Le Satyre."
  2. MY BEAUTIFUL LADY. C.M.S.McLellan (w)--Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6297-4. New York: 1911. 4 pp.
  3. SELECTION (By the Saskatchewan, Hide and Seek, Bring Along the Camera, Love is Divine, I Like It, Beautiful Lady, and Donny Didn't, Donny Did). C.M.S.McLellan (w)--Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C 6304. New York: 1910. 9 pp.

From the musical play The Toreador

  1. THE TOREADOR'S SONG. Adrian Ross (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co., C.36-6. New York: 1901. 6 pp.

Popular Music

  1. THE CIRCUS GIRL. (On melodies by Ivan Caryll) Carl Kieffert (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 20246. New York: 1897. 12 pp.

Ivan Caryll (Modern Format)

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From the musical play The Girl Behind the Gun

  1. SOME DAY WAITING WILL END. P.G. Wodehouse (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co., 7069-4. New York: 1918. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy The Hotel Mouse

  1. I'LL DREAM OF YOU. Clifford Grey (w) -- Armand Vecsey (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 7404-4. New York: 1922. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy Jack O'Lantern

  1. COME AND HAVE A SWING WITH ME. Anne Caldwell (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 6895-5. New York: 1917. 5 pp.

From the production Kissing Time

  1. BILL AND COO. George V. Hobart (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co., 7332-4. New York: 1920. 4 pp.
  2. SELCTION (Kissimee, Come Back To Me, Love's Telephone, Mimi, Kickeri Kee, As Long As The World Goes 'Round, Bill And Coo). Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co., 7350-10. New York: 1920. 10 pp.

From the production Little Miss Raffles

  1. LITTLE MOTHER. Clifford Grey (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co., 7383-4. New York: 1921. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy Tip Top

  1. THE LANTERN OF LOVE. Anne Caldwell (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 7345-4. New York: 1920. 4 pp.
  2. WONDERFUL GIRL, WONDERFUL BOY. Anne Caldwell (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 7348-4. New York: 1920. 4 pp.
Popular Music
  1. THERE'S A LIGHT IN YOUR EYES. P.G. Wodehouse (w) -- Ivan Caryll (m). Chappell & Co., 7068-3. New York: 1918. 3 pp.

Charles Chaplin (Modern Format)

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From the production Limelight

  1. ETERNALLY. Geoffrey Parsons (w) -- Charle Caplin (m). Bourne Inc., 25070-2. New York: 1953. 2 pp.

From the production Modern Times

  1. SMILE. John Turner & Geoffrey Parsons (w) -- Charles Chaplin (m). Bourne Inc., 2623-2. New York: 1954. 2 pp. Cover photo: Nat "King" Cole.

Popular Music

  1. MANDALAY. Earl Burtnett, Abe Lyman, and Gus Arnheim (w & m). Jerome Remick, 700-4. New York: 1924. 4 pp. Cover photo: Charles Chaplin.
  2. THIS IS MY SONG. Charles Chaplin (w & m). Leeds Music, London: 1946. 3 pp. Cover photo: Charles Chaplin.

Mark "Moose" Charlap (Modern Format)

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From the production The Conquering Hero

  1. HAIL, THE CONQUERING HERO! Norman Gimbel (w) -- Moose Charlap (m). Douglas Music Co. Inc., 5355-5. New York: 1960. 5 pp. Professional copy.
  2. MUST BE GIVEN TO YOU. Norman Gimbel (w) -- Moose Charlap (m). Douglas Music Co. Inc., 5352-5. New York: 1960. 5 pp. Professional copy.

From the production The King and Mrs. Candle

  1. WHAT'S THE SECRET OF YOUR SUCCESS? Chuck Sweeney (w) -- Moose Charlap (m). Harms Inc., S-2242-3. New York: 1955. 3 pp. Professional copy.
  2. YOUNG IDEAS. Chuck Sweeney (w) -- Moose Charlap (m). Harms Inc., S-2241-3. New York: 1955. 3 pp. Professional copy.

From Ben Bagley's production Shoestring '57

  1. LOVE IS A FEELING. Norman Gimbel (w) -- Moose Charlap (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1956. 2 pp. Professional copy.

From the production Whoop-Up

  1. NEVER BEFORE. Norman Gimbel (w) -- Moose Charlap (m). Saunders Pub. Inc., S121-4. New York: 1958. 4 pp. Artist copy.

Popular Music

  1. I WAS TELLING HER ABOUT YOU. Don George (w) -- Moose Charlap (m). Planetary Music Pub. Corp., New York: 1956. 3 pp. Professional copy.
  2. THE TOWN CRIER. Milton Drake (w) -- Moose Charlap (m). Planetary Music Pub. Corp., New York: 1957. 2 pp. Professional copy.

(Pre and Post) Civil War Era American Musicals (Large Format)

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Black Crook

  1. BLACK CROOK POLKA. Augs. Cull (m). C.M. Tremaine, 1327. New York: 1866. 3 pp.
  2. BLACK CROOK WALTZ. Thomas Baker (arr). Wm. A. Pond & Co., 6440. New York: 1866. 6 pp.
  3. BLACK CROOK WALTZ. Thomas Baker (arr). Wm. A. Pond & Co., 6440. New York: 1866. 6 pp.
  4. THE DANCING BLACK CROOK. Ned Straight (w & m). Balmer & Weber, St. Louis: 1867. 4 pp.
  5. YOU NAUGHTY, NAUGHTY MEN. T. Kennick (w) -- G. Bickwell (m). Dodworth & Son., New York: 1866. 4 pp.
  6. YOU NAUGHTY, NAUGHTY MEN. T. Kennick (w) -- G. Bickwell (m). Dodworth & Son., New York: 1866. 4 pp.

Enchanted Beauty

  1. FROM THE SWEET REALMS OF BLISS. W. H. Smith (w) -- T. Comer (m). Oliver Ditson, 1874. Boston: 1850. 3 pp.

The Fairy of the Lakes

  1. IN MY OWN SWEET NATIVE VALE. Alexander Lee (w & m). C. Bradlee, Boston: n.d. 4 pp.
The Mascot
  1. Galop. Edmond Audran (m). W. A. Evans & Bro. 1881. 2 pp.
The Postillion of Lonjumeau
  1. SELECTION (with Your Little Wife, Beneath Cool Shades Reposing, Friends Come Draw Near And Hear The Story, Introduction and Airs). E. Ferritt & Co. Philadelphia: 1845. 13 pp.

George M. Cohan (Large Format)

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From the musical The American Idea

  1. FAME. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co., New York: 1908. 3 pp.

From the musical comedy Billie

  1. PERSONALITY. George M. Cohan (w & m).M. Witmark & Sons 17329-3. New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover text: With Polly Walker.
  2. WHERE WERE YOU--WHERE WAS I? (Exactly Where We Are) George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons 17320-3. New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover text: With Polly Walker.

From The Cohan Revue of 1916

  1. THE FRISCO MELODY. George M. Cohan (w & m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1916. 4 pp.

From the musical play Fifty Miles From Boston

  1. HARRIGAN. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 3 pp.
  2. JACK AND JILL. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 3 pp.
  3. THE SMALL TOWN GAL. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 4 pp.

From the musical play Forty-five Minutes From Broadway

  1. FORTY-FIVE MINUTES FROM BROADWAY. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1905. 3 pp.
  2. MARY'S A GRAND OLD NAME. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1905. 3 pp.
  3. SO LONG MARY. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1905. 3 pp.
  4. STAND UP AND FIGHT LIKE HELL. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1905. 4 pp.

From the Fox film Gambling

  1. MY LITTLE GIRL. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 17893-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp.

From the production George Evans and 100 Honey Boys

  1. THE BELLE OF THE BARBER'S BALL. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co., New York: 1908. 3 pp.

From the musical play George Washington Jr.

  1. ALL ABOARD FOR BROADWAY. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1906. 4 pp.
  2. ETHEL LEVY'S VIRGINIA SONG. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1906. 4 pp.
  3. HE WAS A WONDERFUL MAN. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1906. 5 pp.
  4. IF WASHINGTON SHOULD COME TO LIFE. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1906. 4 pp.
  5. I'VE NEVER BEEN OVER THERE. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1906. 5 pp.
  6. THE WEDDING OF THE BLUE AND GRAY. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1906. 3 pp.

From the production The Governor's Son

  1. THEN I'D BE SATISFIED WITH LIFE. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1902. 4 pp.
  2. A WIDOW'S WILE. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1901. 3 pp.

From the musical revue Hello Broadway

  1. BROADWAY TIPPERARY. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co., New York: 1915. 4 pp.

From the comedy A Hot Old Time

  1. I GUESS I'LL HAVE TO TELEGRAPH MY BABY. George M. Cohan (w & m). Geo. L. Spaulding, New York: 1898. 4 pp. Cover: Specially written for the Rays, with their photograph.

From the production Little Johnny Jones

  1. GIVE MY REGARDS TO BROADWAY. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1904. 3 pp.
  2. SELECTION (The Yankee Doodle Boy, Nesting in a New York Tree, Good Old California, Good Bye Flo, They're All My Friends, Op In Me Ansom,Life's A Funny Proposition After All, Give My Regards To Broadway). George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1905. 10 pp.
  3. THE YANKEE DOODLE BOY. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1904. 5 pp.

From the musical play The Little Millionaire

  1. THE MUSICAL MOON. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co., New York: 1911. 4 pp.
  2. NEW YORKERS. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co., New York: 1911. 3 pp.

From the musical play Little Nellie Kelly

  1. ALL IN THE WEARING. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16687-3. New York: 1912. 3 pp.
  2. NELLIE KELLY I LOVE YOU. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16676-3. New York: 1912. 3 pp.
  3. SELECTION (The Name of Kelly, The Hinckey Dee, You Remind Me of My Mother, Nellie Kelly I Love You, Until My Luck Comes Rollin' Along). George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16688-10. New York: 1912. 10 pp.
  4. 'TILL MY LUCK COMES ROLLING ALONG. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16680-3. New York: 1912. 3 pp.
  5. THE VOICE IN MY HEART. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16679-4. New York: 1912. 4 pp.
  6. YOU REMIND ME OF MY MOTHER. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16677-3. New York: 1912. 3 pp.

From the musical play The Man Who Owns Broadway

  1. I'M IN LOVE WITH ONE OF THE STARS. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co., New York: 1909. 3 pp. Cover text: Raymond Hitchcock in Cohan's musical play, with Hitchcock's photgraph.
  2. LOVE WILL MAKE OR BREAK A MAN. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co., New York: 1909. 3 pp. Cover text: Raymond Hitchcock in Cohan's musical play, with Hitchcock's photgraph.

From the musical play The Merry Malones

  1. LIKE THE WANDERING MINSTREL. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 17235-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp.
  2. MOLLY MALONE. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 17242-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp.

From the comedy production Popularity

  1. POPULARITY. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1906. 4 pp.

From the song and dance show The Rise of Rosie O'Reilly.

  1. BORN AND BRED IN BROOKLYN (Over the Bridge). George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16833-3. New York: 1913. 3 pp.
  2. LETS YOU AND I JUST SAY GOODBYE. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16849-3. New York: 1913. 3 pp.
  3. POOR OLD WORLD. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16836-3. New York: 1913. 3 pp.

From the musical romance The Royal Vagabond

  1. GOOD BYE, BARGRAVIA. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 15943-3. New York: 1919. 3 pp.
  2. GOOD BYE, BARGRAVIA. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 15943-3. New York: 1919. 3 pp.
  3. IN A KINGDOM OF OUR OWN. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 15942-3. New York: 1919. 3 pp.
  4. IN A KINGDOM OF OUR OWN. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 15942-3. New York: 1919. 3 pp.
  5. A WEE BIT OF LACE. George M. Cohan (w) -- Harry Tierney (m). McCarthy & Fisher Inc., New York: 1919. 4 pp.

From the musical frivolity Running for Office

  1. ALWAYS LEAVE THEM LAUGHING WHEN YOU SAY GOOD-BYE. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1903. 4 pp.
  2. IF I WERE ONLY MR. MORGAN. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan, Niblo, & Cohan, New York: 1903. 4 pp.
  3. I'LL BE THERE IN PUBLIC SQUARE. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan, Niblo, & Cohan, New York: 1903. 4 pp.

From the musical play The Talk of New York

  1. BUSY LITTLE BROADWAY. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 4 pp. Cover text: Victor Moore in his famous character Kid Burns.
  2. DRINK WITH ME. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 4 pp. Cover text: Victor Moore in his famous character Kid Burns.
  3. GEE, AIN'T I GLAD I'M HOME. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 3 pp. Cover text: Victor Moore in his famous character Kid Burns.
  4. I HAVE A LONGING FOR LONG ACRE SQUARE. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 3 pp. Cover text: Victor Moore in his famous character Kid Burns.
  5. I WANT THE WORLD TO KNOW I LOVE YOU. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 3 pp. Cover text: Victor Moore in his famous character Kid Burns.
  6. I WANT YOU. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 3 pp. Cover text: Victor Moore in his famous character Kid Burns.
  7. MR. BURNS OF NEW ROCHELLE. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 4 pp. Cover text: Victor Moore in his famous character Kid Burns.
  8. SELECTION. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 10 pp. Cover text: Victor Moore in his famous character Kid Burns.
  9. WHEN A FELLO'S ON THE LEVEL WITH A GIRL THAT'S ON THE SQUARE. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 4 pp. Cover text: Victor Moore in his famous character Kid Burns.
  10. WHEN WE ARE M-A DOUBLE R-I-E-D. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1907. 3 pp. Cover text: Victor Moore in his famous character Kid Burns.

From the Warner Bros. picture Yankee Doodle Dandy

  1. THE YANKEE DOODLE BOY. George M. Cohan (w & m). Jerry Vogel Music Co. Inc., New York: 1931. 3 pp.

From the musical play The Yankee Prince

  1. A.B.C.'S OF THE U.S.A. No music, only outer cover is present.
  2. I'M AWFULLY STRONG FOR YOU. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co. New York: 1908. 3 pp.
  3. I'M AWFULLY STRONG FOR YOU. George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co. New York: 1908. 3 pp.
  4. SELECTION (Come on Down Town, I'm Going to Marry a Noble Man, Think it Over Carefully, I Say Flo, Yankee Doodle's Come to Town, I'm Awfully Strong For You, Rag Babe, A.B.C.'s of the U.S.A.). George M. Cohan (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co. New York: 1908. 10 pp.
  5. WALTZES. George M. Cohan and Chas. J. Gebest (m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co. New York: 1908. 4 pp.

Popular Music

  1. FATHER OF THE LAND WE LOVE. George M. Cohan (w & m). United States George Washinton Bicentennial Commission, Washington D. C.: 1931. 3 pp. Cover text: Father of the land we love, written for the American people by George M. Cohan to commemorate the two hundreth anniversary of the birth of George Washington.
  2. THE IRISH AMERICAN. George M. Cohan (w & m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1905. 4 pp.
  3. MY LITTLE POLLY'S A "PEACH". George M. Cohan (w & m). Spaulding & Gray, New York: 1896. 5 pp. Cover text: Sung by May Howard, with her photograph.
  4. OVER THERE. George M. Cohan (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 3756-2. New York: 1917. 2 pp. Cover: Drawing of Wm. J. Reilly of the United States Navy.
  5. OVER THERE. George M. Cohan (w & m). French text by Louis Delamarre. Leo Feist Inc., 3751-2. New York: 1917. 2 pp.
  6. OVER THERE. George M. Cohan (w & m). William Jerome Pub. Corp. New York: 1917. 2 pp. Cover text: Successfully introduced by Nora Bayes.
  7. THAT HAUNTING MELODY. George M. Cohan (w & m). Jerome & Schwartz Publishing Co., New York: 1911. 4 pp. Cover text: Geo. M. Cohan's latest song, with a portrait drawing of of him.
  8. THIS IS OUR DIE OF THE OCEAN. George M. Cohan (w & m). Jerry Vogel Music, New York: 1940. 4 pp.
  9. WHEN YOU COME BACK (And You Will Come Back, There's The Whole World Waiting For You. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 15817-2. New York: 1918. Cover text: Writer of "Over There" and "The Grand Old Flag."

George M. Cohan Productions and Related Music (Large Format)

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From the musical frivolity The American Idea

  1. MY GARDEN THAT BLOOMS FOR YOU. Wm. Kendall Evans (w) -- Milton W. Lusk (m). Cohan & Harris Pub. co., New York: 1908. 3 pp.

From the Cohan Revue of 1918

  1. REGRETFUL BLUES. Grant Clarke (w) -- Cliff Hess (m). Kalmar, Puck & Abrams Consolodated Inc., New York: 1917. 2 pp. Cover text: As introduced by Nora Bayes.

From the production George Evans and 100 Honey Boys

  1. BIG BROWN BOOLOO EYES. Eddie Leonard (w & m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co., New York: 1908. 3 pp.
  2. NEW YORK AIN'T NEW YORK ANY MORE. Billy Rose and Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1925. 4 pp. Cover text: Respectfully dedicated to Mr. George M. Cohan.
  3. NONE OF THEM'S GOT ANYTHING ON ME. W. Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Cohan & Harris Pub. Co., New York: 1908. 4 pp.

From the play The Voice of McConnell

  1. THAT TUMBLE-DOWN SHACK IN ALTHONE. Richard W.Pascoe (w) -- Monte Carlo and Alma M. Sanders (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., S59-3. New York: 1918. 3 pp.
  2. YOU CAN'T DENY YOUR IRISH. George M. Cohan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 15878-3. New York: 1918. 3 pp.

Cy Coleman (Modern Format)

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From the Universal picture Father Goose

  1. PASS ME BY. Carolyn Leigh (w) -- Cy Coleman (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1964. 2 pp. Cover photo: Cary Grant and Leslie Caron.
  2. PASS ME BY. Carolyn Leigh (w) -- Cy Coleman (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1964. 2 pp. Cover photo: Cary Grant and Leslie Caron.

From the musical comedy Little Me

  1. HERE'S TO US. Carolyn Leigh (w) -- Cy Coleman (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1962. 4 pp.

From the production Sweet Charity

  1. WHERE AM I GOING? Dorothy Fields (w) -- Cy Coleman (m). Notable Music Co., New York: 1965. 3 pp. Cover photo: Gwen Verdon.

From the musical Wildcat

  1. HEY, LOOK ME OVER. Carolyn Leigh (w) -- Cy Coleman (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1960. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Lucille Ball.

Comic Songs (Large Format)

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From the musical comedy Bringing Up Father

  1. I WANT YOU (Gee, You're Just My Style). Charlie Grapewin (w) -- E.E. Hedges (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York: 1914. 3 pp.
  2. THEY'LL NEVER BRING UP FATHER (Till They Tear Down Dinty Moore's). Dave Reed & J. Vincent Healy (w & m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 518-4. New York: 1923. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy The Dingbats

  1. GRANDMA'S DOIN' IT TOO. Schuyler Greene (w) -- Otto Motzan (m). Joe Morris Music Co., New York: 1914. 4 pp.

From the production Mutt and Jeff in Panama

  1. IF I HAD A GIRL LIKE YOU. Will D. Cobb (w) -- Leo Edwards (m). Chas. K. Harris, 2122-3. New York: 1913. 3 pp.
  2. IF I HAD A GIRL LIKE YOU. Will D. Cobb (w) -- Leo Edwards (m). Chas. K. Harris, 2122-3. New York: 1913. 3 pp.

From the musical comedy The Newlyweds and Their Baby

  1. THE BOOGIE BOO. Seymour Brown (w) -- Nat. D. Ayer (m). M. Witmark & Sons., 8571-3. New York: 1908. 3 pp.
  2. CAN'T YOU SEE I LOVE YOU? Seymour Brown (w) -- Nat. D. Ayer (m). M. Witmark & Sons., 8571-3. New York: 1908. 3 pp.
  3. CAN'T YOU SEE I LOVE YOU? Seymour Brown (w) -- Nat. D. Ayer (m). M. Witmark & Sons., 8571-3. New York: 1908. 3 pp.

From the Paramount cartoon Popeye the Sailor

  1. I'M POPEYE THE SAILOR MAN. Sammy Lerner (w & m). Fanmous Music Corp. New York: 1934. 4 pp.

Popular Music

  1. BARNEY GOOGLE. Billy Rose & Con Conrad (w & m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 328-4. New York: 1923. 4 pp. Note: Missing pages 2-3.
  2. CASEY JONES. T. Lawrence Seibert (w) -- Eddie Newton (m). Southern California Music Co., Los Angeles: 1909. 3 pp.
  3. CHARLIE CHAPLIN WALK. Wm. A. Downs (w) -- Roy Barton (m). Harold Rossiter Music Co., Chicago: 1915. 3 pp.
  4. HAMLET WAS A MELANCHOLY DANE. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1902. 4 pp.
  5. HAROLD TEEN. (You're The Keenest L'il Lover We've Seen). Banks Kennedy (w & m). Standard Music Co., Chicago: 1924. 3 pp.
  6. I'M THE GUY. Rube Goldberg (w) -- Bert Grant (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1912. 4 pp.
  7. PU-LEEZE! MISTER HEMINGWAY! Milton Drake, Walter Kent & Abner Silver (w & m). Peter Maurice Music Co Ltd. 1180. London: 1932. 2 pp. Cover text: Recorded by Miss Elsie Carlisle, with her photograph.
  8. RIP VAN WINKLE SLEPT WITH ONE EYE OPEN. Alfred Bryan (w) -- Fred Fischer (m). McCarthy & Fischer Inc., New York: 1918. 2 pp.
  9. WHO PAID THE RENT FOR MRS. RIP VAN WINKLE? Alfred Bryan (w) -- Fred Fischer (m). Leo Feist Inc., 3109-4. New York: 1914. 4 pp. Cover text: As featured by Sam Bernard in the sensational success The Belle Of Bond Street,with his photograph.
  10. WOODY WOODPECKER. George Tibbles & Ramey Idriss (w & m). Leeds Music Corp., L571-2. New York: 1947. 2 pp. Cover text: Featured and recorded by Kay Kyser, from the Walter Lantz cartoons.

Con Conrad (Modern Format)

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From the production Americana

  1. DREAMING. J.P. McEvoy (w) -- Henry Souvaine & Con Conrad (m). Harms Inc., 7336-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp.

From the picture Fox Movietone Follies

  1. BIG CITY BLUES. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell & Archie Gottler (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp.
  2. BREAKAWAY. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell & Archie Gottler (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp.
  3. PEARL OF OLD JAPAN. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell & Archie Gottler (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp.
  4. THAT"S YOU, BABY. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell & Archie Gottler (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp.
  5. WALKING WITH SUSIE. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell & Archie Gottler (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp.

From the RKO picture The Gay Divorcee

  1. THE CONTINENTAL. Herbert Magidson (w) -- Con Conrad (m). Harms Inc., S502-6. New York: 1934. 6 pp. Cover photo: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
  2. A NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK. Herbert Magidson (w) -- Con Conrad (m). Harms Inc., S501-5. New York: 1934. 5 pp. Cover photo: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

From the production Gift of Gab

  1. TALKIN' TO MYSELF. Herbert Magidson (w) -- Con Conrad (m). Harms Inc., S507-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp.

From the William Fox Musical Movietone film Happy Days

  1. MONA. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell & Archie Gottler (w & m). De Sylva, Brown and Henderson Inc., New York: 6 pp. Cover photo: Janet Gaynor, Will Rogers, Frank Richardson, Ann Pennington, Charles Farrell, Marjorie White and George Olson.

From the Fox picture Here's to Romance

  1. HERE'S TO ROMANCE. Con Conrad & Herb Magidson (w & m). Movietone Music Corp., New York: 1935. 3 pp. Cover photo: Nino Martini.

From the production Keep Shufflin'

  1. GIVE ME THE SUNSHINE. Con Conrad & Harry Creamer (w) -- Jimmy Johnson (m). Harms Inc., 8146-4. New York: 1928. 4 pp.

Fromthe production Kid Boots

  1. SINCE MA IS PLAYING MAH JONG. Billy Rose & Con Conrad (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16922-4. New York: 1924. 4 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Cantor.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture Margie

  1. MARGIE. Benny Davis (w) -- Con Conrad & J. Russell Robinson (m). Mills Music Inc., New York: 1920. 2 pp. Cover photo: Jean Crain.

From the Musical comedy Mercenary Mary

  1. HONEY, I'M IN LOVE WITH YOU. William B. Friedlander & Con Conrad (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 5599-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp.

From the Musical comedy Moonlight

  1. ON SUCH A NIGHT. William B. Friedlander (w) -- Con Conrad (m). Edward B. Marks Music Co., 9176-4. New York: 1924. 4 pp.
  2. SAY IT AGAIN. William B. Friedlander (w) -- Con Conrad (m). Edward B. Marks Music Co., 9167-4. New York: 1923. 4 pp.
  3. TURN ON THE POPULAR MOON. William B. Friedlander (w) -- Con Conrad (m). Edward B. Marks Music Co., 9170-4. New York: 1923. 4 pp.

From the picture The New Movietone Follies of 1930

  1. CHEER UP AND SMILE. Jack Meskill (w) -- Con Conrad (m). Red Star Music Co. Inc., New York: 1930. 4 pp.
  2. DOING THE DERBY. Jack Meskill (w) -- Con Conrad (m). Red Star Music Co. Inc., New York: 1930. 4 pp.

From the United Artists picture Palmy Days

  1. YES, YES. Con Conrad & Cliff Friend (w & m). Harms Inc., S422-4. New York: 1931. 4 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Cantor.

From the Warner Bros. picture Skin Deep

  1. I CAME TO YOU. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell & Archie Gottler (w & m). Remick Music Corp., 837-3. New York: 1929. 3 pp. Cover photo: Betty Compson.

From the Movietone picture A Song of Kentucky

  1. SITTING BY THE WINDOW. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell & Archie Gottler (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover photo: Lois Moran and Joseph Wagstaff.

From the William Fox picture Why Leave Home?

  1. LOOK WHAT YOU'VE DONE TO ME. Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell & Archie Gottler (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp.

From the Paramount picture Skippy

  1. SKIPPY. Benny Davis (w) -- Con Conrad (m). Leo Feist, 6453-3. New York: 1930. 3 pp. Cover photo: Jackie Cooper.

Popular Music

  1. IT'S YOU. Benny Davis (w) -- Con Conrad (m). Sunshine Music Co. Inc., 101-3. New York: 1921. 3 pp. Cover text: Al Jolson's latest song success, with his photograph.

J. Fred Coots (Modern Format)

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From the 27th edition of Cotton Club Parade

  1. ALABAMA BARBECUE. Benny Davis and J. Fred Coots (w & m). Mills Music Inc., New York: 1936. 6 pp. Cover text: Featuring Bill Robinson, Cab Calloway.

From the musical extravaganza Ripples

  1. YOU NEVER CAN TELL ABOUT LOVE. Benny Davis (w) -- J. Fred Coots (m). Davis, Coots & Engel Inc., New York: 1930. 6 pp. Cover photo: J. Fred Coots, Benny Davis and [Fred, Dorothy and Paula Stone].

From musical comedy Sally, Irene and Mary

  1. JIMMIE. Raymond Klages (w) -- J. Fred Coots (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 243-3. New York: 1922. 3 pp.
  2. TIME WILL TELL. Raymond Klages (w) -- J. Fred Coots (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 244-3. New York: 1922. 3 pp.

From the Paramount picture The Shopworn Angel

  1. A PRECIOUS LITTLE THING CALLED LOVE. Lou Davis & J. Fred Coots (w & m). Remick Music Corp., 546-4. New York: 1928. 4 pp. Cover photo: Gary Cooper and Nancy Carroll.

From the production Sons O' Guns

  1. CROSS YOUR FINGERS. Arthur Swanstrom, Benny Davis & J. Fred Coots (w & m). Davis, Coots & Engel Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover photo: Jack Donahue and Lily Damita.

From the Paramount-Artcraft film The White Heather

  1. THE WHITE HEATHER. Chas. A. Snyder (w) -- Alfred L. Haase & J. Fred Coots (m). McKinley Music Co., New York: 1919. 2 pp.

From musical play White Lights

  1. I'LL KEEP ON DREAMING OF YOU. J. Fred Coots, Al Dubin & Walter S. Rode (w & m). Edw. B. Marks Music Co., 9441-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp.

From the First National picture Why Be Good?

  1. I'M THIRSTY FOR KISSES. Lou Davis & J. Fred Coots (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 17340-3. New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover photo: Colleen Moore.

Popular Music

  1. DOIN' THE RACCOON. Raymond Klages (w) -- J. Fred Coots (m). Remick Music Corp., 519-6. New York: 1928. 6 pp.

Sam Coslow (Modern Format)

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From the Paramount picture All the King's Horses

  1. A LITTLE WHITE GARDENIA. Sam Colsow (w & m). Paramount Productions Music Corp., New York: 1935. 4 pp. Cover photo: Starring Carl Brisson, Mary Ellis.

From the Paramount picture Booloo

  1. BESIDE A MOONLIT STREAM. Sam Coslow and Frederick Hollander (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1938. 3 pp. Cover text: Featuring Colin Tapley and Jayne Regan.

From the United Artists picture Carnegie Hall

  1. BEWARE MY HEART. Sam Coslow (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 7587-2. New York: 1946. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung by Vaughn Monroe with his Orchestra.

From the Paramount Picture film Champagne Waltz

  1. PARADISE IN WALTZ TIME. Sam Coslow and Frederick Hollander (w & m). Paramount Pictures Inc., New York: 1936. 5 pp.

From the Paramount Picture film College Scandal

  1. IN THE MIDDLE OF A KISS. Sam Colsow (w & m). Paramount Productions Music Corp., New York: 1935. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Arline Judge, Kent Taylor, Wendy Barrie.

From the United Artist picture Copacabana

  1. JE VOUS AIME. Sam Colsow (w & m). Crawford Music Corp., 675-4 New York: 1947. 4 pp. Cover photo: Groucho Marx, Carmen Miranda, Andy Russell, Steve Cochran, Gloria Jean.

From the RKO Radio picture Dreaming Out Loud

  1. DREAMING OUT LOUD. Sam Colsow (w & m). Coslow Music, New York: 1940. 3 pp. Cover text; As sung by Frances Langford.

From the Paramount picture Eight Girls in a Boat

  1. A DAY WITHOUT YOU. Sam Coslow (w) -- Arthur Rebner (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1933. 4 pp.
  2. THIS LITTLE PIGGIE WENT TO MARKET. Sam Coslow (w) -- Harold "Lefty" Lewis (m). Paramount Productions Music Corp., New York: 1933. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured on radio by Ethel Shutta, with her photograph.

From the Paramount Picture film Fatal Lady

  1. JE VOUS ADORE (I Adore You). Sam Coslow and Victor Young (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1933. 6 pp. Cover photo: Mary Ellis.

From the Paramount Picture film Hands Across the Table

  1. THE MORNING AFTER. Sam Colsow (w & m).Paramount Productions Music Corp., New York: 1935. 3 pp. Professional copy.

From the MGM picture Heavenly Music

  1. HEAVENLY MUSIC. Sam Colsow (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 7395-3. New York: 1943. 3 pp. Cover photo: Mary Elliot and Fred Brady.

From the Paramount picture Honey

  1. IN MY LITTLE HOPE CHEST. Sam Coslow and W. Franke Harling (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1930. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Nancy Carroll and Harry Green, with their photographs.
  2. SING YOU SINNERS. Sam Coslow and W. Franke Harling (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1930. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Nancy Carroll and Harry Green, with their photographs.

From the MGM picture I'll Cry Tomorrow

  1. SING YOU SINNERS. Sam Coslow & W. Franke Harling (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1930. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Susan Hayward.

From the Paramount picture Love on Toast

  1. I WANT A NEW ROMANCE. Sam Coslow (w) -- Burton Lane (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1937. 3 pp.

From the Paramount picture Many Happy Returns

  1. FARE THEE WELL. Sam Colsow (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1934. 3 pp. Cover text: Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, Burns and Allen.

From the Paramount picture Mountain Music

  1. GOOD MORNIN'. Sam Colsow (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1937. 5 pp. Cover text: With Bob Burns, Martha Raye, John Howard, Terry Walker.

From the Paramount picture One Hour Late

  1. A LITTLE ANGEL TOLD ME SO. Sam Colsow (w & m). Paramount Productions Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Joe Morrison, Helen Twelvetrees, Conrad Nagel.

From the Paramount picture Paramount on Parade

  1. (Up On Top Of A Rainbow) SWEEPIN' THE CLOUDS AWAY. Sam Colsow (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1930. 4 pp.

From the production The Passing Show of 1922

  1. WANITA WANNA EAT? WANNA EAT? Sam Coslow & A.L. Sherman (w & m). Stark & Cowan, New York: 1923. 5 pp.

From the Universal picture Remember Last Night

  1. REMEMBER LAST NIGHT. Sam Colsow (w & m). Popular Melodies Inc., New York: 1935. 3 pp.

From the Paramount picture Rhythm on the Range

  1. (If You Can't Sing It) YOU'LL HAVE TO SWING IT. Sam Coslow (w & m). Paramount Productions Music Corp., New York: 1936. 5 pp.

From the Musical Romance in Candlelight

  1. ROMANCE IN CANDLELIGHT. Eric Maschwitz & Emile Littler (w) -- Sam Coslow (m). Edward Kassner Music Co. Ltd., London: 1955. 3 pp.

From the MGM picture Society Lawyer

  1. (I'm In Love With) THE HONORABLE MR. SO AND SO. Sam Colsow (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., New York: 1939. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung by Virgina Bruce, with her photograph.

From the Paramount picture Swing High, Swing Low

  1. I HEAR A CALL TO ARMS. Sam Coslow & Al Siegel (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1937. 3 pp. Cover photo: Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray.

From the Parmount Picture film This Way Please

  1. DELIGHTED TO MEET YOU. Sam Coslow (w & m). Popular Melodies, Inc., New York: 1937. 6 pp.

From the production Thrill of a Lifetime

  1. SWEETHEART TIME. Sam Coslow (w) -- Frederick Hollander (m). Famous Music Corp., C-774-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp.

From the Paramount talking production Thunderbolt

  1. DADDY WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME. Sam Colsow (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Featuring George Bancroft, Richard Arlen, and Fay Wray, with their photographs.

From the Paramount picture True Confession

  1. TRUE CONFESSION. Sam Coslow & Frederick Hollander (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1937. 3 pp. Cover text: Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray, John Barrymore, with Lombard and MacMurray's photograph.

From the Paramount picture Turn Off the Moon

  1. EASY ON THE EYES. Sam Coslow (w & m). Popular Melodies Inc., New York: 1935. 5 pp. Cover text: Featured by Johnny Downs. Professional copy.
  2. JAMMIN'. Sam Coslow (w & m). Popular Melodies Inc., New York: 1937. 3 pp. Professional copy.
  3. THAT'S SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY. Sam Coslow (w & m). Popular Melodies Inc., New York: 1937. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Phil Harris and The Albee Sisters. Professional copy.
  4. TURN OFF THE MOON. Sam Coslow (w & m). Popular Melodies Inc., New York: 1937. 3 pp. Cover photo: Kenny Baker, Phil Harris.

Popular Music

  1. BEBE. Sam Coslow (w) -- Abner Silver (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16810-3. New York: 1923. Cover text: Respectfully dedicated to Bebe Daniels, with her photograph.
  2. I STILL BELONG TO YOU. Sam Coslow (w & m). Spier & Colsow Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Milton Charles, Premier Organist, with his photograph.
  3. TEA ON THE TERRACE. Sam Coslow (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1936. 3 pp. Professional copy.
  4. TEA ON THE TERRACE. Sam Coslow (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1936. 3 pp.
  5. WAS IT A DREAM? Sam Coslow, Larry Spier, and Andy Britt (w & m). Spier & Coslow Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.
  6. YOU DIDN'T KNOW THE MUSIC (I Didn't Know The Words). Sam Coslow (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1931. 4 pp.

Noel Coward (Modern Format)

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From the Musical play Ace of Clubs

  1. NOTHING CAN LAST FOREVER. Noel Coward (w & m). Chappell & Co., Ltd., 40481. London: 1950. 4 pp.
  2. SELECTION(This Could Be True, Chase Me, Charlie, Why Does Love Get In The Way, I'd Never Know, In A Boat, On A Lake, With My Darling, Something About A SailorNothing Can Last Forever, I Like America, Evening In The Summer, My Kind Of Man, Nothing Can Last Forever). Noel Coward (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 40514. London: 1950. 10 pp. Proof copy.

From the Operetta Bitter Sweet

  1. IF LOVE WERE ALL. Noel Coward (w & m). Harms Inc., 8428-5. New York: 1929. 5 pp.
  2. SELECTION (Tokay, Kiss Me, If Love Were All, Zigeuner, Ladies Of The Town, Dear Little Cafe, If Only You Could Come, With Me, The Call Of Life, I'll See You Again). Noel Coward (m). Harms Inc., S-262-12. New York: 1929. 12 pp.

From the United Artists picture Bitter Sweet

  1. I'LL SEE YOU AGAIN. Noel Coward (w & m). Harms Inc., S-259-6. New York: 1929. 6 pp.

From the romantic comedy Coversation Piece

  1. I'LL FOLLOW MY SECRET HEART. Noel Coward (w & m). Chappell & Co. Inc., S-516-5. New York: 1934. 5 pp.
  2. NEVERMORE. Noel Coward (w & m). T.B. Harms Co., S-515-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy The Girl Who Came to Supper

  1. I'VE BEEN INVITED TO A PARTY. Noel Coward (w & m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 5534-6. New York: 1963. 6 pp. Starring José Ferrer and Florence Henderson.
  2. LONDON (Is A Little Bit Of All Right). Noel Coward (w & m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 5527-4. New York: 1963. 4 pp. Starring José Ferrer and Florence Henderson.

From the production Private Lives

  1. SOMEDAY I'LL FIND YOU. Noel Coward (w & m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 8057-4. New York: 1930. 4 pp.

From the Musical comedy Sail Away

  1. WHY DO THE WRONG PEOPLE TRAVEL? Noel Coward (w & m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 5417-5. New York: 1961. 5 pp. Cover text: Starring Elaine Stritch.

From the revue Set to Music

  1. NEVER AGAIN. Noel Coward (w & m). Chappell & Co. Inc., C-907-4. New York: 1938. 4 pp. Cover Photo: Beatrice Lillie.

From the production Sigh No More

  1. MATELOT. Noel Coward (w & m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 37856. New York: 1945. 6 pp.
  2. NINA. Noel Coward (w & m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 37836. New York: 1945. 6 pp.

From the production The Third Little Show

  1. MAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMEN. Noel Coward (w & m). Harms Inc., S-402-6. New York: 1931. 6 pp.

From the production This Year of Grace

  1. DANCE LITTLE LADY. Noel Coward (w & m). Harms Inc., 8272-10. New York: 1928. 10 pp. Cover text: Starring Beatrice Lillie and Noel Coward.

From the production Words and Music

  1. MAD ABOUT THE BOY. Noel Coward (w & m). Chappell-Harms Inc., 8491-6. New York: 1932. 6 pp.

Clifton Crawford (Large Format)

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From the production His Lady Friends

  1. I WANT TO SPREAD A LITTLE SUNSHINE. Clifton Crawford (w & m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, 15479. New York: 1919. 3 pp.

From the musical comedy My Best Girl

  1. I DO LIKE YOUR EYES. Clifton Crawford (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 12695-3. New York: 1912. 3 pp. Cover photo: Clifton Crawford.
  2. MY BEST GIRL AND ME. Clifton Crawford (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 12733-4. New York: 1912. 4 pp. Cover photo: Victor Morely.
  3. MY BEST GIRL AND ME. Clifton Crawford (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 12733-4. New York: 1912. 4 pp. Cover photo: Clifton Crawford.

From the Comedy My Lady Friends

  1. I WANT TO SPREAD A LITTLE SUNSHINE. Clifton Crawford (w & m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, 5944-4. New York: 1919. 4 pp. Cover photo: Clifton Crawford.

Henry Creamer (Modern Format)

From the musical Innocent Eyes

  1. AFRICA. Henry Creamer & James F. Hanley (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1924. 4 pp. Cover photo: Frances Williams.

From the Warner Bros. film Flamingo Road

  1. IF I COULD BE WITH YOU (One Hour Tonight). Henry Creamer & Jimmy Johnson (w & m). Remick Music Corp., New York: 1949. 4 pp. Cover photo: Joan Crawford and Zachary Scott.

Popular Music

  1. IF I COULD BE WITH YOU (One Hour To-Night). Henry Creamer & Jimmy Johnson (w & m). Remick Music Corp., New York: 1926. 5 pp. Cover photo: Ruth Etting.

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