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Victor Schertzinger (Modern Format)

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From the picture Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall

  1. LOVE HAS A WAY. Victor Schertzinger (w & m). Harold Flammer, 553C. New York: 1924. 4 pp. Cover photo: Mary Pickford.

From the Republic picture Follow Your Heart

  1. FOLLOW YOUR HEART. Sidney Mitchell & Walt Bullock (w) -- Victor Schertzinger (m). Sam Fox Pub. Co., New York: 1936. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Marion Talley and Michael Bartlett, with their photograph.
  2. MAGNOLIAS IN THE MOONLIGHT. Sidney Mitchell & Walt Bullock (w) -- Victor Schertzinger (m). Sam Fox Pub. Co., New York: 1936. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Marion Talley and Michael Bartlett, with their photograph.

From the Parmount picture Heads Up

  1. IF I KNEW YOU BETTER. Don Harman (w) -- Victor Schertzinger (w). Harms Inc., S-338-4. New York: 1930.

From the Columbia picture Let's Live Tonight

  1. LOVE PASSES BY. Jack Scholl (w) -- Victor Schertzinger (m). Santly Bros. Inc., New York: 1935. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Tullio Carminati to Lillian Harvey, with their photograph.

From the Paramount picture The Love Parade

  1. DREAM LOVER. Clifford Grey (w) -- Victor Schertzinger (m). Famous Music Corp., 538-4. New York: 1929. 4 pp.
  2. LETS' BE COMMON. Clifford Grey (w) -- Victor Schertzinger (m). Spier & Coslow Inc., 547-4. New York: 1929. 4 pp.
  3. NOBODY'S USING IT NOW. Clifford Grey (w) -- Victor Schertzinger (m). Remick Music Corp., 549-4. New York: 1929. 4 pp.
  4. NOBODY'S USING IT NOW. Clifford Grey (w) -- Victor Schertzinger (m). Remick Music Corp., 549-4. New York: 1929. 4 pp.

From the Paramount picture Manhattan Cocktail

  1. ANOTHER KISS (Un Autre Baiser). Victor Schertzinger (w & m). Famous Music Corp., 76316-4. New York: 1928. 4 pp. Cover photo: Nancy Carroll and Richard Arlen.

From the Columbia picture The Music Goes 'Round

  1. LIFE BEGINS WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE. Lew Brown (w) -- Victor Schertzinger (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1936. 4 pp.

From the Paramount picture Rhythm on the River

  1. I DON'T WANT TO CRY ANY MORE. Victor Schertzinger (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1940. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Mary Martin.

From the Grand National film Something to Sing About

  1. ANY OLD LOVE. Victor Schertzinger (w & m). G. Schirmer Inc., 37811. New York: 1937. 3 pp.
  2. LOVING YOU. Victor Schertzinger (w & m). G. Schirmer Inc., 37771. New York: 1937. 5 pp. Cover text: As sung by Evelyn Daw, with James Cagney and Daw's photograph.

Popular Music

  1. CHALITA. Victor Schertzinger (w & m). Chappell-Harms., 7734-4. New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  2. I REMEMBER YOU. Victor Schertzinger (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1942. 4 pp.

Jean Schwartz (Large Format)

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From The Fascinating Widow

  1. SOMETHING THAT I CAN'T EXPLAIN. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome & Schwartz, New York, 1912. 5 pp.

From Glittering Gloria

  1. CORDALIA MALONE. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro, Remick & Co., New York, 1904. 5 pp.

From The Ham Tree

  1. DRUMMER SONG (Sweethearts In Every Town). William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome Remick & Co., New York, 1905. 3 pp. Cover photo: James McIntyre and Thomas K. Heath. Cover: Red and tan.
  2. DRUMMER SONG (Sweethearts In Every Town). William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome Remick & Co., New York, 1905. 3 pp. Cover photo: James McIntyre and Thomas K. Heath. Cover : Orange and green.
  3. GOOD BYE SWEET OLD MANHATTAN ISLE. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome Remick & Co., New York, 1905. 5 pp. Cover photo: Frederick V. Bowers.
  4. (In A Bungalow) WHERE THE RED, RED, ROSES GROW. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome & Schwartz, New York, 1913. 5 pp. Cover photo: Ted Holmes and Lulu Wells. Inscription: Elsie Hayek.

From Hands Up

  1. I'M SIMPLY CRAZY OVER YOU. William Jerome and E. Ray Goetz (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Irving Berlin, 561-4. New York, 1915. 4 pp.

From the production The Honeymoon Express

  1. MY RAGGYADORE. Harold Atteridge (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jean Schwartz, 1913. 4 pp. Cover photo: Fannie Brice.

From The Passing Show of 1913

  1. WHEN I WANT TO SETTLE DOWN. Harold Atteridge (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome & Schwartz, New York, 1913. 5 pp. Illustration: Pfeiffer.

From The Passing Show of 1918

  1. I REALLY CAN'T MAKE MY FEET BEHAVE. Harold Atteridge (w) -- Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 611-3. New York, 1918. 3 pp.
  2. ON THE LEVEL YOU'RE A LITTLE DEVIL. Joe Young (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York: 1918. 4 pp.
  3. ON THE LEVEL YOU'RE A LITTLE DEVIL. Joe Young (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York: 1918. 4 pp.
  4. TROMBONE JAZZ. Harold Atteridge (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 606-4. New York, 1918. 4 pp.

From Piff! Paff! Pouf!

  1. THE GHOST THAT NEVER WALKED. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro Remick & Co., New York, 1904. 5 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Foy.
  2. THE MELANCHOLY SUNBEAM AND THE ROSE. WIlliam Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro Remick & Co., New York, 1904. 5 pp. Cover photo: Templar Saxe.
  3. THE RADIUM DANCE. Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro Remick & Co., New York, 1904. 5 pp. Illustration: Starmer.
  4. UNDER THE GOO GOO TREE. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro Remick & Co., New York, 1904. 5 pp.

From See You Later

  1. ISN'T IT WONDERFUL. P.G. Wodehouse (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Harms, 95-4. New York, 1919. 4 pp.

From The Sleeping Beauty and the Beast

  1. NURSERY RHYMES. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro Bernstein & Von Tilzer, New York, 1902. 5 pp. Cover photo: Joseph Cawthorne.
  2. RIP VAN WINKLE WAS A LUCKY MAN. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro Bernstein & Von Tilzer, New York, 1901. 5 pp. Cover photo: Harry Bulger.

From The Strollers

  1. I'M TIRED. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro Bernstein & Co., New York, 1901. 5 pp. Cover photo: Edwin Foy.

From When Claudia Smiles

  1. THE FLOWER GARDEN BALL. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome & Schwartz, New York, 1913. 5 pp. Cover photo: Blanche Ring.

Popular Music

  1. HELLO HAWAII HOW ARE YOU? Bert Kalmar and Edgar Leslie (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Waterson Berlin & Snyder, 608-3. New York, 1915. 3 pp. Cover photo: Willie & Eugene Howard.
  2. I LOVE THE LADIES. Grant Clarke (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Waterson Berlin & Co., New York, 1914. 5 pp. Cover photo: Florenze Tempest. Inscription: Virginia Parker.
  3. I'M A MEMBER OF THE MIDNIGHT CREW. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Cohan & Harris, New York, 1909. 5 pp. Cover photo: Carter de Haven.
  4. I'M ALL BOUND 'ROUND WITH THE MASON DIXON LINE. Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Waterson Berlin & Snyder, 715-2. New York, 1917. 2 pp. Cover photo: Harry Fox. Illustration: Barbelle.
  5. MY IRISH MOLLY O. William Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m).Jerome Remick & Co., New York, 1905. 5 pp. Cover photo: Clara Belle Jerome.
  6. RUM TUM TIDDLE. Edward Madden (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome & Schwartz, New York. 1911. 5 pp. Illustration: Starmer. Inscription: Adele C. Chisholm.

Jean Schwartz (Modern Format)

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From The Century Revue and The Midnight Rounders

  1. A MOUTHFUL OF KISSES. Alfred Bryan (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1038-4. New York: 1920. 4 pp.

From the musical play Innocent Eyes

  1. INNOCENT EYES. McElbert Moore (w) -- Jean Scwartz & J. Fred Coots (m). Harms Inc., 6772-4. New York: 1923. 4 pp. Cover photo: Mistinguett.

From the Revue A Night in Spain

  1. SIMPLE SPANISH MAID. Alfred Bryan (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shubert Theatre Corp., 123-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp.

From the Revue The Passing Show of 1919

  1. TUMBLE IN. Harold Atteridge (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 930-4. New York: 1919. 4 pp.

From The Passing Show of 1921

  1. CHARM SCHOOL. Alfred Bryan (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 2220-4. New York, 1921. 4 pp. Note: pages 3-4 are missing.

From The Passing Show of 1923

  1. GOLFING BLUES. Harold Atteridge (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 6800-4. New York, 1923. 4 pp.

From the production Schubert Gaieties of 1919

  1. CHERRY BLOSSOM LANE. Alfred Bryan (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 826-4. New York: 1919. 4 pp.
  2. SOMNAMBULA. Alfred Bryan (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 841-4. New York: 1919. 4 pp.

Thomas Q. Seabrooke (Large Format)

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From the production The Chinese Honeymoon

  1. MISTER DOOLEY. William Dooley (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1902. 3 pp. Cover photo: Thomas Q. Seabrooke.
  2. THERE'S A LITTLE STREET IN HEAVEN THAT THEY CALL BROADWAY. James T. Waldron and A. Baldwin Sloane (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 3668-6. New York: 1903. 6 pp. Cover photo: Thomas Q. Seabrooke.

Show Boat (Large Format)

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From the Universal picture Show Boat

  1. SELECTION (Cotton Blossom, Make Believe, Valon's Theme, Ol' Man River, Misery, Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man, Julie's Lament, You Are Love, Captain Andy, Why Do I Love You? Hey Fellah). Jerome Kern (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd, London: 1921. 14 pp.

Show Boat (Modern Format)

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From the production Show Boat

  1. AFTER THE BALL. Chas. K. Harris (w & m). Chas. K. Harris, New York: 1919. 4 pp.
  2. BILL. Oscar Hammerstein II & P.G. Wodehoouse (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 310-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover text: Florenz Ziegfeld presents.
  3. CAN'T HELP LOVIN' DAT MAN. Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 309-5. New York: 1927. 5 pp. Cover text: Kern and Hammerstein's new stage production.
  4. I STILL SUITS ME. Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 497-6. New York: 1926. 6 pp. Cover text: Florenz Ziegfeld presents.
  5. MAKE BELIEVE. Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 307-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Florenz Ziegfeld presents.
  6. NOBODY ELSE BUT ME. Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 706-4. New York: 1946. 4 pp. Cover text: Kern and Hammerstein's new stage production.
  7. OL' MAN RIVER. Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 308-5. New York: 1927. 5 pp. Cover text: Florenz Ziegfeld presents.
  8. OL' MAN RIVER. Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 308-5. New York: 1927. 5 pp. Cover text: Florenz Ziegfeld presents.
  9. WHY DO I LOVE YOU? Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 312-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Florenz Ziegfeld presents.
  10. WHY DO I LOVE YOU? Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 312-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Florenz Ziegfeld presents.
  11. WHY DO I LOVE YOU? Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 312-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Florenz Ziegfeld presents.
  12. YOU ARE LOVE. Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 311-6. New York: 1928. 6 pp. Cover text: Florenz Ziegfeld presents.

From the Universal picture Show Boat

  1. CAN'T HELP LOVIN' DAT MAN. Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 309-5. New York: 1927. 5 pp. Cover text: Special motion picture edition issued in connection with Carl Laemmle's Universal production.
  2. DOWN SOUTH. Sigmund Spaeth (w) -- Wm. H. Myddleton (m). Edward B. Marks Music Co., 9445-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover photo: Laura LaPlante and Joseph Schildkraut.
  3. THE LONESOME ROAD. Gene Austin (w) -- Nathaniel Shilkret (m). Spier and Coslow Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover photo: Laura LaPlante and Joseph Schildkraut.
  4. LOVE SINGS A SONG IN MY HEART. Clarence J. Marks (w) -- Joseph Cherniavsky (m). Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco: 1929. 3 pp. Cover photo: Laura LaPlante.
  5. SELECTION (Cotton Blossom, Make Believe, Misery, Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man, You Are Love, Captain Andy, Why Do I Love You, Hey Fellah, Ol' Man River). Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 314-12. New York: 1928. 12 pp. Cover text: Starring Irene Dunne with Allan Jones, with their photographs.

From the MGM picture Show Boat

  1. BILL. Oscar Hammerstein II & P.G. Wodehouse (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 310-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Kathryn Grayson, Ava Gardner and Howard Keel, with their photographs.
  2. LIFE UPON THE WICKED STAGE. Oscar Hammerstein II (w) -- Jerome Kern (m). T.B. Harms Co., 1696. New York: 1927. 7 pp. Cover text: Starring Kathryn Grayson, Ava Gardner and Howard Keel, with their photographs.

Frank Sinatra (Modern Format)

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From the Columbia pictureFrom Here to Eternity

  1. RE-ENLISMENT BLUES. James Jones, Robert Wells & Fred Karger (w & m). Barton Music Corp., New York: 1953. 2 pp.

Popular Music

  1. ALL OR NOTHING AT ALL. Jack Lawrence & Arthur Altman (w & m). Leeds Music Corp., New York: 1940. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured on Columbia Records by Frank Sinatra with Harry James and his Orchestra, with photographs of both men.
  2. BY THE RIVER OF THE ROSES. Marty Symes (w) -- Joe Burke (m). Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. Inc., New York: 1943. 2 pp. Cover photo: Frank Sinatra.
  3. CLOSE TO YOU. Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston & Carl G. Lampl (w & m). Barton Music Corp., New York: 1943. 2 pp. Cover text: Introduced and featured by Frank Sinatra, with photograph.
  4. FULL MOON AND EMPTY ARMS. Buddy Kaye & Ted Mossman (w & m). Barton Music Corp., New York: 1946. 2 pp. Cover text: Based on Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2.
  5. I HAVE BUT ONE HEART. Marty Symes (w) -- Johnny Farrow (m). Barton Music Corp., New York: 1945. 2 pp. Cover photo: Frank Sinatra.
  6. I'LL NEVER SMILE AGAIN. Ruth Lowe (w & m). Sun Music Co. Inc., New York: 1939. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by The Peid Pipers and Frank Sinatra with Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra, with photographs.
  7. LILY BELLE. Dave Franklin & Irving Taylor (w & m). Martin Music, Hollywood: 1945. 4 pp. Cover text: Recorded for Columbia Records by Frank Sinatra, with photograph of Sinatra.
  8. LITTLE DID I KNOW. Nick Kenny & Chas Kenny (w) -- Abner Silver (m). Lincoln Music Corp. New York: 1943. 2 pp. Cover photo: Frank Sinatra.
  9. LITTLE DID I KNOW. Nick Kenny & Chas Kenny (w) -- Abner Silver (m). Lincoln Music Corp. New York: 1943. 2 pp. Cover photo: Frank Sinatra.
  10. MY SHAWL (Ombo). Stanley Adams (w-english) -- Pedro Berrios (w -spanish) -- Xavier Cugat (m). Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp.Cover photo: Frank Sinatra and Xavier Cugat.
  11. MY WAY. Paul Anka (w) -- J. Revaux and C. Francois (m). Spanka Music Corp., New York: 1969. 4 pp. Cover text: Original French Lyric by Gilles Thibault.
  12. THERE'S NO YOU. Tom Adair (w) -- Hal Hopper (m). Barton Music Corp., New York: 1944. 2 pp. Cover photo: Frank Sinatra.
  13. THIS LOVE OF MINE. Frank Sinatra (w) -- Sol Parker & Henry Sanicola (m). Embassy Music Corp., New York: 1941. 3 pp.
  14. WHERE DO YOU GO? Arnold Sundgaard (w) -- Alec Wilder (m). Trans-Music Corp., New York: 1959. Cover photo: Frank Sinatra.
  15. YOUNG AT HEART. Carolyn Leigh (w) -- Johnny Richards (m). Sunbeam Music Corp., New York: 1954. 3 pp. Cover photo: Frank Sinatra.

Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake (Modern Format)

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From the musical comedy In Bamville

  1. THERE'S A MILLION LITTLE CUPIDS IN THE SKY. Noble Sissle (w) -- Eubie Blake (m). Harms Inc., 7017-4. New York: 1924. 2 pp.

From the musical comedy Elsie

  1. LOVIN' CHILE. Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16670-3. New York: 1922. 3 pp.

From the musical comedy Shuffle Along

  1. GYPSY BLUES. Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16420-3. New York: 1921. 3 pp.
  2. I'M JUST WILD ABOUT HARRY. Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake (w & m). M.Witmark & Sons, 16482-3. New York: 1921. 3 pp.
  3. LOVE WILL FIND A WAY. Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16418-3. New York: 1921. 3 pp.
  4. PICKANINNY SHOES. Noble Sissle (w) -- Eubie Blake (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16223-3. New York: 1920. 3 pp.

Popular Music

  1. GEE! I WISH I HAD SOMEONE TO ROCK ME (In the Cradle of Love). Noble Sissle (w) -- Eubie Blake (m). M. Whitmark & Sons, 16035-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  2. GOODNIGHT, ANGELINE. Noble Sissle (w) -- Eubie Blake (m). M Witmark & Sons, 15988-3. New York: 1919. 3 pp.

A. Baldwin Sloane (Large Format)

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From the production The Beauty Spot

  1. FOOLISH QUESTIONS. William Lee (w) -- Chas. K. Harris (m). Chas. K. Harris, New York: 1910. 4 pp.
  2. FOOLISH QUESTIONS. William Lee (w) -- Chas. K. Harris (m). Chas. K. Harris, New York: 1910. 4 pp.

From the Opera comique China Rose

  1. CHINA ROSE. Harry Cort & George E. Stoddard (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). M. Witmark & Sons 17016-3. New York: 1924. 3 pp.

From George V. Hobart's Song Play Coming Thro' The Rye

  1. I LOVE YOU BECAUSE YOU ARE YOU, DEAR. George V. Hobart (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4805-4. New York: 1905. 4 pp.

From the play Dew-Drop Inn

  1. THROUGH TWILIGHT LANE. John E. Hazzard and Percival Knight (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Leo Feist Inc., 3652-4. New York: 1917. 4 pp.

From the Fairyesque The Gingerbread Man

  1. THE BEAUTIFUL LAND OF BON BON. Frederic Ranken (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas K. Harris, New York: 1905. 4 pp.
  2. JOHN DOUGH. Frederic Ranken (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas K. Harris, New York: 1905. 3 pp.
  3. MOON SONG. Frederic Ranken (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas K. Harris, New York: 1905. 3 pp.

From The Greenwich Village Follies

  1. I WANT A DADDY WHO WILL ROCK ME TO SLEEP. Philip Bartholomae & John Murray Anderson (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16019. New York: 1919. 4 pp.

From The Greenwich Village Follies of 1920

  1. SELECTION(The Naked Truth, At The Krazy Kat's Ball, Perfume Of Love, Just Sweet Sixteen, Come To Bohemia, Tsin, I'll Be Your Valentine, Tam, Tam, Tam, Tam, Tam). A. Baldwin Sloane (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16352-10. New York: 1920. 10 pp.
  2. TSIN. John Murray Anderson & Arthur Swanstrom (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16311-4. New York: 1920. 4 pp.

From the Lew Fields production Hanky Panky

  1. WHERE THE EDELWEISS IS BLOOMING. E. Ray Goetz (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Ted Snyder Co., New York: 1911. 4 pp.

From the Lew Fields production The Hen Pecks

  1. JUNE. E. Ray Goetz (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas K. Harris, New York: 1011. 4 pp.

From the comic opera Lady Teazle

  1. CHARITY. John Kendrick Bangs (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4316-3. New York: 1904. 3 pp.
  2. CHARITY. John Kendrick Bangs (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4316-3. New York: 1904. 3 pp.
  3. IN DEAR OLD GRANDMA'S DAYS. John Kendrick Bangs (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4310-3. New York: 1904. 3 pp.
  4. MARCH AND TWO-STEP (Scandal, Dear Old London Town, The Power Of The Press). Arranged by Andor Pinter. Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4380-4. New York: 1905. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy Lo

  1. IN YUCATAN. O. Henry & Franklin P. Adams (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas K. Harris, New York: 1909. 4 pp.
  2. LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS. O. Henry & Franklin P. Adams (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas K. Harris, New York: 1909. 3 pp.
  3. SAILOR NUMBER. O. Henry & Franklin P. Adams (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas K. Harris, New York: 1909. 6 pp.
  4. TAMMANY ON PARADE. O. Henry & Franklin P. Adams (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas K. Harris, New York: 1909. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy Mama's Papa

  1. MY BLUSHING ROSE. Joseph Hart (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Jos. W. Stern Co., 4363-3. New York: 1905. 3 pp. Cover text: Presenting Joseph Hart and Carrie DeMar.

From the romantic comic opera The Mocking Bird

  1. SLY MUSETTE. Sydney Rosenfeld (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York: 1902. 3 pp. Cover photo: Rosenfeld and Sloane.
  2. WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH THE MOON TO NIGHT. Sydney Rosenfeld (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York: 1902. 4 pp. Cover photo: Rosenfeld and Sloane.
  3. WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH THE MOON TO NIGHT. Sydney Rosenfeld (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York: 1902. 4 pp. Cover photo: Rosenfeld and Sloane.

From the Lew Fields production The Never Homes

  1. THERE'S A GIRL IN HAVANA. E. Ray Goetz and A. Baldwin Sloane (w & m). Ted Snyder Co., New York: 1911. 3 pp.

From the production The Prince of Bohemia

  1. JUST A BIT O' BLARNEY. E. Ray Goetz (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas. K. Harris, New York: 1910. 6 pp.

From the musical Seeing New York

  1. MY BLUSHING ROSE. Joseph Hart (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Jos. W. Stern, 4363-3. New York: 1905. 3 pp.

From George R. White's presentation of the Virginia Earl Opera Co. Sergeant Kitty

  1. LOVE. R. H. Burnside (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas. K. Harris, New York: 1903. 3 pp.

From the Lew Fields production The Summer Widowers

  1. THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME BOYS (When Your Wife Has Gone Away). Glen Mac Donough (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas. K Harris, New York: 1910. 4 pp.

From the Lew Fields presentation Tillie's Nightmare

  1. A LITTLE GIRL LIKE YOU. Edgar Smith (w) -- A. Baldwin Sloane (m). Chas. K Harris, New York: 1909. 3 pp.

Ted Snyder (Modern Format)

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From the Paramount picture Bella Donna

  1. BELLA DONNA (Beautiful Lady). Harry B. Smith & Arthur M. Brilant (w) -- Ted Snyder (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, 1284-3. New York: 1923. 3 pp. Cover photo: Pola Negri. Illustration: Barbelle.

From the Paramount picture Blood and Sand

  1. YOU GAVE ME YOUR HEART (So I Give You Mine). Francis Wheeler & Harry B. Smith (w) -- Ted Snyder (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, New York: 1922. 3 pp. Cover photo: Rudolph Valentino.

From the Paramount picture The Secret Hour

  1. THE BEGGAR. Irving Kahal & Francis Wheeler (w) -- Ted Snyder (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1802-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover text: Dedicated to Pola Negri, with her photograph.

Inspired by the film The Son of the Sheik

  1. THAT NIGHT IN ARABY. Billy Rose (w) -- Ted Snyder (m). Henry Waterson, 1755-3. New York: 1926. 3 pp. Cover photo: Rudolph Valentino.

From the Columbia Pictures film Valentino

  1. THE SHEIK OF ARABY. Harry B. Smith & Francis Wheeler (w) -- Ted Snyder (m). Mills Music Inc., 1213-3. New York: 1921. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Eleanor Parker and Anthony Dexter, with their photographs.

Popular Music

  1. FOR MY BABY. Irving Kahal & Francis Wheeler (w) -- Ted Snyder (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1806-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover photo: Ruth Etting.
  2. I WONDER IF YOU STILL CARE FOR ME? Harry B. Smith & Francis Wheeler (w) -- Ted Snyder (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1194-3. New York: 1921. 3 pp.
  3. THE SHEIK OF ARABY. Harry B. Smith & Francis Wheeler (w) -- Ted Snyder (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York: 1921. 3 pp.

Social History Songs (Large Format)

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From the operetta Prince Charlie

  1. PRINCE CHARLIE'S MARCH. J.M. Thomson (m). White & Brand, Toledo, Oh: c. 1872. 4 pp.

From the Fox picture Stand Up and Cheer

  1. WE'RE OUT OF THE RED. Lew Brown (w) -- Jay Gorney (m). Movietone Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp.

Popular Music

  1. AMELIA EARHART'S LAST FLIGHT. Dave McEnery (w & m). Stasny Music Corp., New York: 1939. 2 pp. Cover photo: Amelia Earhart.
  2. AT UNCLE TOM'S CABIN DOOR. Chas. Bayha (w) -- Rubey Cowan (m). York Music Co., New York: 1912. 4 pp. Cover: Photograph of Weston and Keith.
  3. BOLSHEVIK. Moe Jaffe & Nat Bonx (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1926. 4 pp. Cover text: As introduced by The Waring's Pennsylvanians, with their photograph.
  4. CHEER UP (Good Times Are Comin'). Ray Klages (w) -- Jesse Greer (m). MGM Corp., 701-4. New York: 1930. 4 pp.
  5. CLAP HANDS (Here Comes Charlie!). Billy Rose & Ballard MacDonald (w) -- Joseph Meyer (m). Ager, Yellen & Bornstein Inc., New York: 1925. 4 pp. Cover text: Successfully introduced by Van and Schenck, with their photograph.
  6. CUPID'S AWAKENING (Waltzes). Danno Sintenis (m). E.T. Paull Music Co., New York: 1896. 9 pp.
  7. DAWN OF THE CENTURY (March). E.T. Paull (m). E.T. Paull Music Co., New York: 1900. 6 pp.
  8. DAY BY DAY IN EVERY WAY I'M GETTING BETTER DAY BY DAY. Wm. Jerome (w) -- Jean Schwartz (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1923. 4 pp. Cover text: Respectfully dedicated to Dr. Emile Coue.
  9. THE DEATH OF FLOYD COLLINS. Rev. Andrew Jenkins (w) -- Irene Spain (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1925. 2 pp.
  10. DOWN WENT MCGINTY. Joseph Flynn (w & m). Spaulding & Kornder, New York: 1889. 3 pp.
  11. HALLELUJAH, I'M A BUM! Jack Waite (w & m). Bibo, Bloedon & Lang Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.
  12. HALLELUJAH, I'M A BUM! Originally arranged and sung by Harry McClintock. Villa Moret, San Francisco: 1928. 3 pp.
  13. HE'D HAVE TO GET UNDER- GET OUT AND GET UNDER (To Fix Up His Automobile). Grant Clarke & Edgar Leslie (w) -- Maurice Abrahams (m). Maurice Abrahams Music Co., New York: 1913. 4 pp.
  14. HENRY'S MADE A LADY OUT OF LIZZIE. Walter O'Keefe (w & m)/ THERE AIN'T NO SWEET MAN THAT'S WORTH THE SALT OF MY TEARS. Fred Fisher (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1927/8. 4 pp.
  15. I LOVE MY BILLY SUNDAY, BUT OH! YOU SATURDAY NIGHT. Edgar Leslie & Grant Clarke (w) -- Geo. W. Meyer (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 688-2. New York: 1917. 2 pp.
  16. I'M ALL DRESSED UP AND NO PLACE TO GO. Thos. S. Allen (w) -- Jos. M. Daly (m). Daly Music Pub., Boston: 1913. 4 pp. Cover photo: Gertie Purcell.
  17. I WANT A POLITICAL MAN. Bruce Brown (w) -- F. Henri Klickman (m). Frank K. Root & Co., New York: 1913. 3 pp.
  18. JUST AS THE SHIP WENT DOWN. Edith Maida Lessing (w) -- Gibson & Adler (m). Harold Rossiter Music Co., Chicago: 1912. 3 pp.
  19. KIDOO SKIDOO. Florence Howard & E.W. Gerson (w & m). The Vaux Music Co., New York: 1906. 3 pp.
  20. THE LAMENT OF THE IRISH EMIGRANT. Mrs. Price Blackwood (w) -- W.R. Dempster (m). S. Brainard's Sons, Chicago: 1891. 6 pp.
  21. MEET ME ON THE BOARDWALK DEARIE. Keller Mack & Frank Orth. Mack & Orth, Philadelphia: 1909. 3 pp. Cover photo: Mack and Orth.
  22. MR. RADIO MAN (Tell My Mammy To Come Back Home). Ira Schuster & Johnny White (w) -- Cliff Friend (m). Leo Feist Inc., 5369-3. New York: 1924. 3 pp. Cover text: Successfully introduced by Jack and Irving Kaufman, with their photograph.
  23. MISTER SEARS AND ROEBUCK. Ray Gilbert & William Okie (w) -- Al Gannaway (m). Mark Warnow Music, Hollywood: 1949. 3 pp. Cover text: Recorded by Dorothy Shay on Columbia records, with her photograph.
  24. MOTOR KING. Jack Drislane (w) -- Henry Frantzen (m). F.B. Haviland Pub. Co. Inc., New York: 1910. 5 pp. Cover photo: "That Girl Quartette."
  25. MY CANARY HAS CIRCLES UNDER HIS EYES. Ted Kohler & Edward Pola (w) -- Jack Golden (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 17679. New York: 1931. 4 pp. Note: Response to Sophie Tucker song "Since Makin' Whoopee Became All The Rage."
  26. NEW DEAL (March). Margaret D. Evans (w & m). Margaret D. Evans, Youngstown, Oh: 1936. 3 pp.
  27. (Potatos Are Cheaper --Tomatos Are Cheaper) NOW'S THE TIME TO FALL IN LOVE. Al Aherman & Al Lewis (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1931. 3 pp. Cover text: Special edition with 16 choruses as sung by Eddie Cantor, with his photograph.
  28. OH! I'VE LOST IT. Tom Browne (w) -- Felix McGlennon (m). Howley, Haviland & Co., New York: 1897.
  29. ONE MEAT BALL. Hy Zaret & Lou Singer (w & m). Leeds Music Corp., New York: 1944. 3 pp. Cover text: Presented by Barney Josephson at his famous twin edition night club Cafe Society., with photographs of Jimmy Savo and Josh White.
  30. PAUL REVERE (Won't You Ride For Us Again?). Joe Goodwin (w) -- Halsey K. Mohr (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1918. 2 pp.
  31. POLKA DE LA PLAISANCE. S.L. Viets (m). National Music Co., 3401, 3-1. New York: 1893. 3 pp.
  32. (I've Got The) PROFITEERING BLUES. Al Wilson (w) -- Irving Bibo (m). Irving Berlin Inc, New York: 1920. 2 pp.
  33. PULLMAN PORTERS PARADE. Ren G. May (w) -- Maurice Abrahams (m). Maurice Abrahams Music Co., New York: 1913. 4 pp.
  34. QUINTUPLETS' LULLABY (Fifty Chubby Tiny Toes). Gordon V. Thompson (w & m). Gordon V. Thompson Ltd., 6765-3. Toronto: 1935. 3 pp. Cover photo: the Dionne quintuplets.
  35. THE ROAD IS OPEN AGAIN. Irving Kahal (w) -- Sammy Fain (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 17834-3. New York: 1933. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Dick Powell in the Warner Bros. & Vitaphone NRA short "The Road Is Open Again."
  36. SHE HAD TO GO AND LOSE IT AT THE ASTOR. John Doe & Joe Doaques (w & m). Square Deal Music Co., New York: 1939. 3 pp.
  37. THE SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK. (East Side West Side). Chas. B. Lawlor & James W. Blake (w & m). Paull-Pioneer Music Co., New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover text: Hon. Al Amith's Official Campaign song.
  38. SINCE SARAH SAW THEDA BARA. Alex Gerber (w) -- Harry Jentes (m). Leo Feist Inc., 3493-2. New York: 1916. 2 pp. Cover photo: Dorothy Meuther.
  39. STATION Y-O-U. Alice Robill (w) -- Wm. J. McKenna (m). Denton & Haskins Music Co., New York: 1924. 3 pp.
  40. THE WASHINGTON POST (March). John Philip Sousa (m). Carl Fischer, 15767-3. New York: 1889. 3 pp.
  41. WEEGEE (Ouija) WEEGEE (Ouija) (Tell Me Do). William Jerome (w) Harry VonTilzer (m). Harry VonTilzer Music Pub. Co. , New York: 1920. 2 pp.
  42. (Hi-Ho Lack-A-Day) WHAT HAVE WE GOT TO LOSE. Gus Kahn, Charlotte Kent & Louis Alter (w & m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 948-2. New York: 1933. 2 pp. Cover text: Featured by Jack Valentine and his Rhythm Orchestra, with his photograph.
  43. WHEN RICHARD THE FIRST SAT ON THE THRONE. Robert Manning (w & m). Reynolds & Co., 1296. London: 1908. 4 pp. Cover text: Sung by Nelson Jackson, sung also by Miss Ada Reeve.
  44. WHY DON'T YOU TRY or (The Rolling Chair Song). Harry Williams (w) -- Egbert Van Alstyne (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1905. 3 pp.
  45. I WORK EIGHT HOURS (Sleep Eight Hours That Leaves Eight Hours for Love). Edgar Leslie & Bert Kalmar (w) -- Ted Snyder (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York: 1915. 4 pp.

Stephen Sondheim (Modern Format)

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From the musical comedy Company

  1. SIDE BY SIDE BY SIDE. Stephen Sondheim (w & m). Valando Music Inc., New York: 1970. 3 pp.
  2. SOMEONE IS WAITING. Stephen Sondheim (w & m). Valando Music Inc., New York: 1970. 3 pp.

From the musical Follies

  1. TOO MANY MORNINGS. Stephen Sondheim (w & m). Valando Music Inc., New York: 1971. 4 pp.

From the musical Into the Woods

  1. VOCAL SELECTIONS, INTO THE WOODS. Stephen Sondheim (w & m). Ritling Music, Inc., [New York]: 1988

From the musical A Little Night Music

  1. SEND IN THE CLOWNS. Stephen Sondheim (w & m). Rilting Music Inc., New York: 1973. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Glynnis Johns, Len Cariou, and Hermione Gingold.
  2. VOCAL SELECTIOSN, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC. Stephen Sondheim (w & m). Revelation Music Publishing Corp. & Rilting Music Inc.: New York: 1973. 44 pp.

From the muscial comedy Merrily We Roll Along

  1. VOCAL SELECTIONS, MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG. Stephen Sondheim (w & m). Revelation Music Publishing Corp. & Rilting Music Inc.: New York: 1981. 44 pp.

From the motion picture Postcards From the Edge

  1. I'M STILL HERE. Stephen Sondheim (w & m). Hal Leonard Pub. Corp., Milwaukee: 1990. 9 pp. Cover text: As performed by Shirley McLaine.

From the Paramount picture Reds

  1. GOODBYE FOR NOW (Theme Song). Stephen Sondheim (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1981. 4 pp.

Mischa Spoliansky (Modern Format)

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From the Universal picture Be Mine Tonight

  1. TELL ME TONIGHT. Marcellus Schiffer (w) -- Mischa Spoliansky (m). English lyric by Frank Eyton. Harms Inc., 8939-4. New York: 1932. 4 pp.

From the Horizon picture Melba

  1. THE MELBA WALTZ. Norman Newell (w) -- Mischa Spoliansky (m). Bregman, Vocco & Conn Inc., 879-2. New York: 1953. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Patrice Munsel.

From the Gaumont British production My Song for You

  1. WITH ALL MY HEART. Frank Eyton (w) -- Mischa Spoliansky (m). Harms Inc., S519-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Jan Kiepura.

From the Gaumont British picture My Song for You

  1. MY SONG FOR YOU. Frank Eyton (w) -- Mischa Spoliansky (m). Campbell, Connelly & Co., 129. London: 1934. 2 pp. Cover photo: Jan Kiepura.

From the musical One, Two, Three!

  1. ONE TWO, THREE! Mischa Spoliansky (w & m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 38688. London: 1947. 4 pp. Cover photo: Binni and Sonnie Hale.

Dave Stamper (Modern Format)

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From the musical farce Lovely Lady

  1. LOVELY LADY. Cyrus Wood (w) -- Dave Stamper & Harold Levey (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover photo: Edna Leedom.
  2. LOVELY LADY. Cyrus Wood (w) -- Dave Stamper & Harold Levey (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover photo: Mitzi.

From the musical comedy Take the Air

  1. MAYBE I'LL BABY YOU. Gene Buck (w) -- Dave Stamper (m). Harms Inc., 8111-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Featuring Will Mahoney and Trini.

From the Fox Movietone Musical comedy Words and Music

  1. TOO WONDERFUL FOR WORDS. Harlan Thompson (w) -- Dave Stamper (m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp.
  2. TOO WONDERFUL FOR WORDS. Harlan Thompson (w) -- Dave Stamper (m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp.

Max Steiner (Modern Format)

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From the R.K.O. film Alice Adams

  1. (Kathering Heburn's Love Song) I CAN'T WALTZ ALONE. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Max Steiner (w). Irving Berling Inc., New York: 1935. 6 pp. Cover photo: Katherine Hepburn.

From the Warner Bros. picture Battle Cry

  1. HONEY-BABE. Paul Francis Webster (w) -- Max Steiner (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 21149-3. New York: 1954. 3 pp. Advance copy.

From the Republic picture Come Next Spring

  1. COME NEXT SPRING. Lenny Adelson (w) -- Max Steiner (m). Frank Music Co. Ltd., 9547. London: 1955. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Ann Sheridan and Steve Cochran, with their photograph.

From the motion picture Four Wives

  1. SYMPHONIE MODERNE. Max Steiner & Max Rabinowitsch (m). Remick Music Corp., 3132-8. New York: 1940. 8 pp.

From the picture Gone with the Wind

  1. PIANO MINATURES. Max Steiner (m). Remick Music Corp., New York: 1941. 16 pp. Cover photo: Tara.

From the Warner Bros. picture The Great Lie

  1. I HAVE SO MUCH MORE. Stanley Adams (w) -- Max Steiner (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 18123-4. New York: 1941. 4 pp. Cover photo: Bette Davis and George Brent.

From the Warner Bros. picture Helen of Troy

  1. (Theme) HELEN OF TROY. Max Steiner (m). Harms Inc., S-2256-2. New York: 1956. 2 pp.

From the Warner Bros. picture Now, Voyager

  1. IT CAN'T BE WRONG. Kim Gannon (w) -- Max Steiner (m). Harms Inc., S-1046-2. New York: 1942. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Bette Davis and Paul Henreid, with Davis' photograph.

From the Warner Bros. picture Passage to Marseille

  1. SOMEDAY, I'LL MEET YOU AGAIN. Ned Washington (w) -- Max Steiner (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 18154-2. New York: 1944. 2 pp. Cover photo: Humphrey Bogart and Michelle Morgan.

From the Warner Bros. picture Saratoga Trunk

  1. AS LONG AS I LIVE. Charles Tobias (w) -- Max Steiner (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 18164-2. New York: 1944. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Ingrid Bergamn and Gary Cooper, with their photograph.

From the Selznick picture A Star is Born

  1. A STAR IS BORN. Dorothy Dick (w) -- Max Steiner (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1937. 4 pp.

From the Warner Bros. picture A Summer Place

  1. (Theme) A SUMMER PLACE. Mack Discant (w) -- Max Steiner (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 21657-2. New York: 1960. 2 pp.

Fromt the International picture Tomorrow is Forever

  1. TOMORROW IS FOREVER. Charlie Tobias (w) -- Max Steiner (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 18179-2. New York: 1945. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Claudette Colbert, Orson Welles and George Brent, with Colbert's photograph.

Popular Music

  1. MORNING GLORY. Joe Young (w) -- Max Steiner (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1933. 4 pp.

Sam H. Stept (Modern Format)

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From the Republic picture Dancing Feet

  1. DANCING FEET. Sidney Mitchell (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Santly Bros.-Joy, Inc., New York: 1935. 3 pp.
  2. EV'RYTIME I LOOK AT YOU. Sidney Mitchell (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Santly Bros.-Joy, Inc., New York: 1935. 3 pp.

From the Paramount talking picture Nothing But the Truth

  1. DO SOMETHING. Bud Green & Sam H. Stept (w & m). Green & Stept Inc., New York: 1929. 6 pp. Cover photo: Helen Kane.

From the Republic picture Happy-Go-Lucky

  1. A TREAT FOR THE EYES. Cliff Friend (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1936. 4 pp. Cover photo: Phil Regan.
  2. (I'm With You) RIGHT OR WRONG. Ted Koehler (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1936. 4 pp. Cover photo: Phil Regan.

From the production Having a Wonderful Time

  1. MY FIRST IMPRESSION OF YOU. Charlie Tobias (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Chappell & Co., C-796-4. New York: 1937. 4 pp.

From the Republic picture The Hit Parade

  1. SWEET HEARTACHE. Ned Washington (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Santly Bros.-Joy, Inc., New York: 1937. 3 pp.

From the Republic picture Laughing Irish Eyes

  1. ALL MY LIFE. Sidney Mitchell (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Sam Fox Pub. Co., New York: 1936. 3 pp. Cover photo: Phil Regan.

From the production Li'l Abner

  1. DON'T MARRY THAT GIRL. Al Capp (w)--Sam H. Stept (m). Barton Music Corp., New York: 1946. 3 pp. Cover: Drawing of characters.

From the Pathe picture Lucky in Love

  1. LOVE IS A DREAMER. Bud Green & Sam H. Stept (w & m). Green & Stept, Inc. New York: 1929. 3 pp Cover photo: Morton Downey.

From the Warner Bros. picture Lullaby of Broadway

  1. PLEASE DON'T TALK ABOUT ME WHEN I'M GONE. Sidney Clare, Sam H. Stept & Bee Palmer (w & m). Remick Music Corp., New York: 1930. 2 pp. Cover photo: Doris Day and Gene Nelson.

From the Paramount picture Nothing But the Truth

  1. DO SOMETHING. Bud Green & Sam H. Stept (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1929. 3 pp. Cover photo: Helen Kane.

From the Republic picture Sitting on the Moon

  1. LOST IN MY DREAMS. Sidney Mitchell (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Sam Fox Pub. Co., New York: 1936. 4 pp. Cover text: With Roger Pryor, Grace Bradley, William Newell and Pert Kelton.

From the First National picture Show Girl in Hollywood

  1. I'VE GOT MY EYE ON YOU. Bud Green & Sam H. Stept (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc., New York: 1929. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Alice White.

From the RKO picture Syncopation

  1. DO SOMETHING. Bud Green & Sam H. Stept (w & m). Green & Stept Inc., New York: 1929. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Morton Downey and Dorothy Lee, with their photograph.
  2. I'LL ALWAYS BE IN LOVE WITH YOU. Herman Ruby (w) -- Bud Green & Sam Stept (m). Green & Stept Inc., New York: 1929. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Morton Downey

From the Grand National Release picture 23 1/2 Hours Leave

  1. NOW YOU'RE TALKING MY LANGUAGE. Ted Koehler & Sidney D. Mitchell (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Select Music Publications Inc., New York: 1937. 6 pp. Cover photos: James Ellison and Terry Walker.

From George White's Music Hall Varieties

  1. AND SO I MARRIED THE GIRL. Herb Magidson (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Remick Music Corp., 2409-4. New York: 1932. 4 pp. Cover photo: Harry Richman, Lili Damita and Bert Lahr.

Popular Music

  1. THAT'S MY WEAKNESS NOW. Bud Green & Sam H. Stept (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.
  2. YOU CAN PUT IT IN THE PAPERS. Ned Washington (w) -- Sam H. Stept (m). Harms Inc., S-491-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp.

Andrew B. Sterling (Large Format)

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From The Greenwich Village Follies

  1. WHEN MY BABY SMILES AT ME. Andrew B. Sterling & Ted Lewis (w) -- Bill Munro (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub., New York: 1920. 4 pp. Cover text: Sung with great success by Ted Lewis, with his photograph.

Popular Music

  1. IN THE CITY OF SIGHS AND TEARS. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Kerry Mills (m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1902. 3 pp. Cover photo: Cecil Jefferson.
  2. STRIKE UP THE BAND (Here Comes A Sailor). Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Chas. B. Ward (m). The Chas. B. Ward Music Pub. Co., New York: 1900. 3 pp.

Andrew B. Sterling and Harry Von Tilzer (Large Format)

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From the production Bridget Mc Cue

  1. TOP O' THE MORNIN'. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1907. 4 pp.

From the production Gaieties of 1919

  1. THEY'RE ALL SWEETIES. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1919. 2 pp.

From The Passing Show of 1913

  1. DO YOU TAKE THIS WOMAN FOR YOUR LAWFUL WIFE. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1913. 4 pp. Cover text: As sung by George Whiting of Whiting and Burt.

From the production Robinson Crusoe Jr.

  1. I SENT MY WIFE TO THE THOUSAND ISLES. Andrew B. Sterling & Ed Moran (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1916. 3 pp.

Popular Music

  1. CAN YOU TAME WILD WIMMEN. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1918. 2 pp.
  2. CLOSE TO MY HEART. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1915. 3 pp.
  3. DOWN WHERE THE COTTON BLOSSOMS GROW. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer, New York: 1901. 3 pp.
  4. GO ON AND COAX ME. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1904. 3 pp.
  5. HAVE YOU SEEN MAGGIE RILEY. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1904. 3 pp.
  6. IDA-HO! Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1906. 3 pp.
  7. I'LL BE THERE MARY DEAR. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1902. 4 pp.
  8. I'LL BE THERE MARY DEAR. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1902. 3 pp.
  9. IN A CHIMNEY CORNER (On a Winter's Night). Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1906. 4 pp.
  10. I WONDER IF SHE'S WAITING. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1899. 4 pp. Cover text: Sung by the Morrissey Sisters, with their photograph.
  11. KNOCK WOOD. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1911. 3 pp.
  12. MAKING EYES. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1905. 3 pp.
  13. MY OLD NEW HAMPSHIRE HOME. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Orphean Music Pub. Co., New York: 1898. 3 pp.
  14. OH! OH! MISS PHOEBE. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1900. 3 pp.
  15. ON THE OLD FALL RIVER LINE. William Jerome and Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1913. 3 pp.
  16. A REAL MOVING PICTURE FROM LIFE. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1914. 3 pp.
  17. SOMEBODY ELSE IS GETTING IN. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1912. 3 pp.
  18. SOMEBODY'S WAITING FOR SOMEONE. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  19. TAKE ME BACK TO NEW YORK TOWN. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1907. 3 pp.
  20. UNDER THE ANHEUSER BUSH. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1903. 4 pp.
  21. WAIT 'TILL THE SUN SHINES, NELLIE. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1905. 3 pp.
  22. WHAT A BEAUTIFUL WORLD THIS WOULD BE. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1903. 3 pp.
  23. WHEN THE FLOWERS BLOOM IN SPRING-TIME. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1906. 4 pp.
  24. WHEN THE HARVEST MOON IS SHINING. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1920. 4 pp.
  25. YOU'LL ALWAYS BE THE SAME SWEET GIRL. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1915. 4 pp.

Robert Stolz (Modern Format)

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From the German screen operetta Das Lied Ist Aus (The Song is Over)

  1. GOODBYE LITTLE CAPTAIN OF MY HEART (Adieu, mein kleiner Gardeoffizier). Walter Reisch (w) Joe Young (english-w) -- Robert Stolz (m). Harms Inc., S-405-6. New York: 1931. 6 pp.
  2. GOODBYE LITTLE CAPTAIN OF MY HEART (Adieu, mein kleiner Gardeoffizier). Walter Reisch (w) Joe Young (english-w) -- Robert Stolz (m). Harms Inc., S-405-6. New York: 1931. 6 pp.
  3. IF LITTLE 'IF' WERE NOT A WORD (Ja, wenn das Wörtchen "wenn" nicht war). Walter Reisch (w) Joe Young (english-w) -- Robert Stolz (m). Harms Inc., 8687-4. New York: 1931. 4 pp.

From the operetta Mr. Strauss Goes to Boston

  1. GOING BACK HOME. Robert Sour (w) -- Robert Stolz (m). Broadcast Music Inc., New York: 1945. 4 pp.
  2. INTO THE NIGHT. Robert Sour (w) -- Robert Stolz (m). Broadcast Music Inc., New York: 1945. 4 pp.

From the operetta The Red Robe

  1. KING OF THE SWORD. J. Keirn Brennan (w) -- Robert Stoltz & Maurie Rubens (m). Harns Inc., S-241-4. New York: 1928. 4 pp.

From the German screen operetta Two Hearts in Waltz Time (Zwei Herzen Im Dreivierteltakt)

  1. TWO HEARTS. W. Reisch & A. Robinson (w) -- Robert Stolz (m). English words Joe Young. Harms Inc., S-377-4. New York: 1930. 4 pp.
  2. YOU TOO. W. Reisch & A. Robinson (w) -- Robert Stolz (m). Harms Inc., 373-4. New York: 1930. 4 pp. Note: Cover is missing.

From the production White Horse Inn

  1. BLUE EYES. Irving Caesar (w) -- Robert Stolz (m). Harms Inc., 706-3. New York: 1930. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Willliam Gaxton and Kitty Carlisle.

From the operetta Wild Violets

  1. YOU, JUST YOU. Desmond Carter (w), from the German of Bruno Hardt-Warden & A. Robinson -- Robert Stolz (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 31477. London: 1932. 4 pp.

Oscar Straus (Large Format)

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From the operetta The Beautiful Unknown

  1. WHO ARE YOU BEAUTIFUL UNKNOWN? Leopold Jacobson & Leo Stein (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Leo Feist Inc., 3554-3. New York: 1917. 3 pp.

From the operetta Boys Will Be Boys

  1. LONGING FOR LOVE. Edward Paulton (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 8293-5. New York: 1917. 5 pp.

From the comic opera The Chocolate Soldier

  1. MARCH. Oscar Straus (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1909. 4 pp.
  2. MY HERO. Stanislaus Stange (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1909. 3 pp.
  3. NEVER WAS THERE SUCH A HERO. Stanislaus Stange (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1909. 4 pp.
  4. THAT WOULD BE LOVELY. Stanislaus Stange (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1909. 3 pp.
  5. WHAT CAN WE DO WITHOUT A MAN. Stanislaus Stange (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1909. 3 pp.

From Three Waltzes

  1. TROIS VALSES. Leopold Marchand & Albert Willemetz (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Royalty Editions Musicales, Paris: 1936. 12 pp. Cover photo: Yvonne Printemps.

From the production Ein Waltzerträume (A Waltz Dream)

  1. WALTZ DREAMS. Oscar Straus (m). Continental Pub. Co., New York: 1908. 9 pp.
  2. A WALTZ DREAM. Oscar Straus (m). Will Wood Pub. Co., New York: 1908. 8 pp.

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From the comic opera The Chocolate Soldier

  1. MARCH (The Chocolate Soldier, Come, Come My Hero, The Bulgarians, Tiralala, Thank The Lord, The War Is Over, Falling In Love, Forgive, Forgive, That Would Be Lovely, The Letter Song, Come, Come My Hero). Oscar Straus (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1909. 11 pp.

From the RKO picture Make a Wish

  1. MAKE A WISH. Louis Alter & Paul Webster (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Leo Feist Inc., 6921-3. New York: 1937. 3 pp. Cover photo: Bobby Breen, Basil Rathbone and Marion Claire.

From the William Fox picture Married in Hollywood

  1. A MAN-A MAID. Harlan Thompson (w) -- Oscar Straus (m)/ DANCE AWAY THE NIGHT. Harlan Thompson (w) -- Dave Stamper (m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 2 pp.

From the Paramount picture The Smiling Lieutenant

  1. ONE MORE HOUR OF LOVE. Clifford Grey (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1931. 4 pp. Cover photo: Maurice Chevalier.
  2. WHILE HEARTS ARE SINGING. Clifford Grey (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1931. 3 pp. Cover photo: Maurice Chevalier.

From Three Waltzes

  1. FOREVER. Robert MacDermot (w) -- Johann Strauss and Oscar Straus (m). Chappell, London, 1944. 5 pp. Cover photo: Evelyn Laye.
  2. OUR LAST VALSE. Clare Kummer (w) -- Oscar Straus (m). Chappell & Co., C-787-5. New York: 1937. 5 pp.

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From the musical play Casanova

  1. A TENDER GLANCE, A WHISPERED WORD. Harry Graham (w) -- Johann Strauss (m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 31344. London: 1928. 5 pp.

From the Universal picture First Love

  1. SPRING IN MY HEART. Ralph Freed (w) -- Johann Strauss (m). Leo Feist Inc., 7150-9. New York: 1939. 9 pp. Cover photo: Deanna Durbin.

From the musical play The Great Waltz

  1. FOR WE LOVE YOU STILL. Desmond Carter (w) -- Johann Strauss (m). T.B. Harms & Co., 416-4. New York: 1931. 4 pp.
  2. WITH ALL MY HEART. Desmond Carter (w) -- Johann Strauss (m). T.B. Harms & Co., 419-6. New York: 1931. 6 pp.

From the production The Gypsy Baron

  1. LOVE CAN BE DREAMED. Ann Ronell (w) -- Johann Strauss & Ann Ronell (m). G. Schirmer, Inc., 39102c. New York: 1940. 6 pp.
  2. OPEN ROAD, OPEN SKY. Ann Ronell (w) -- Johann Strauss & Ann Ronell (m). G. Schirmer, Inc., 39101. New York: 1940. 6 pp.

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From the musical comedy All American

  1. IF I WERE YOU. Lee Adams (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., New York: 1962. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Ray Bolger.
  2. I'VE JUST SEEN HER. Lee Adams (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., New York: 1962. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Ray Bolger.
  3. OUR CHILDREN. Lee Adams (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., New York: 1962. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Ray Bolger.
  4. WE SPEAK THE SAME LANGUAGE. Lee Adams (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., New York: 1962. 5 pp. Cover text: Starring Ray Bolger.

From the musical Annie

  1. ANNIE. Martin Charnin (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Charles Strouse and Edwin H. Morris & Co., B3-4979-2. New York: 1977. 2 pp.

From the musical Applause

  1. BACKSTAGE BABBLE. Lee Adams (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., New York: 1970. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Lauren Bacall.

From the Columbia picture Bye, Bye Birdie

  1. BYE BYE BIRDIE. Lee Adams (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., London: 1963. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Janet Leigh, Dick Van Dyke and Ann-Margaret.

From the musical Dance a Little Closer

  1. DANCE A LITTLE CLOSER. Alan Jay Lerner (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Charles Strouse, New York: 1983. 4 pp.
  2. THERE'S ALWAYS ONE YOU CAN'T FORGET. Alan Jay Lerner (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Charles Strouse, New York: 1983. 4 pp.

From the musical Golden Boy

  1. THIS IS THE LIFE. Lee Adams (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Lee Adams & Charles Strouse, Strada Music, 3663-3. New York: 1964. 3 pp.
  2. WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS. Lee Adams (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., New York: 1965. 2 pp.

From the musical I and Albert

  1. I AND ALBERT. Lee Adams (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., 7-4886. New York: 1972. 3 pp.

From the musical comedy Superman

  1. YOU'VE GOT POSSIBILITIES. Lee Adams (w) -- Charles Strouse (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc., New York: 1966. 4 pp.

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From the musical comedy The Belle of Mayfair

  1. AND THE WEEPING WILLOW WEPT. George Arthurs (w) -- Leslie Stuart (m). Francis, Day & Hunter 190-4. New York: 1906. 4 pp.
  2. HELLO! COME ALONG, GIRLS. Leslie Stuart (w & m). Francis, Day & Hunter 187-6. New York: 1906. 6 pp.
  3. I'LL WAIT FOR YOU LITTLE GIRLIE. George Arthurs (w) -- Leslie Stuart (m). Francis, Day & Hunter 214-4. New York: 1906. 4 pp.

From the production Floradora

  1. THE SHADE OF THE PALM. Leslie Stuart (w & m). Francis, Day & Hunter. New York: 1900. 4 pp.
  2. TELL ME PRETTY MAIDEN. Leslie Stuart (w & m). Francis, Day & Hunter. New York: 1900. 6 pp.
  3. TELL ME PRETTY MAIDEN. Leslie Stuart (w & m). Francis, Day & Hunter. New York: 1900. 6 pp.

From the production Havana

  1. WAY DOWN IN PENSACOLA. Leslie Stuart (w & m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., C6189-4. New York: 1908. 4 pp.

From the production The School Girl

  1. MY LITTLE CANOE. Leslie Stuart (w & m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: 1903. 6 pp.
  2. MY LITTLE CANOE. Leslie Stuart (w & m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: 1903. 6 pp.

From the production The Silver Slipper

  1. FOUR AND TWENTY LITTLE MEN. Leslie Stuart (w & m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: 1901. 6 pp.

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From the MGM picture Anchors Aweigh

  1. THE CHARM OF YOU. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Leo Feist Inc., 7463-2. New York: 1944. 2 pp. Cover text: Frank Sinatra, Kathryn Grayson, Gene Kelly, with their photographs.
  2. I FALL IN LOVE TOO EASILY. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Leo Feist Inc., 7466-2. New York: 1944. 2 pp.

From the musical Bells are Ringing

  1. INDEPENDENT (On My Own). Betty Comden & Adolph Green (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Stratford Music Corp., 5035-4. New York : 1957. 4 pp. Cover text: Judy Holliday, with her photograph.

From Columbia Pictures Carolina Blues

  1. POOR LITTLE RHODE ISLAND. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Skidmore Music Co. Inc., New York: 1944. 2 pp. Cover text: Co-Starring Kay Kyser, Ann Miller and Victor Moore.
  2. THERE GOES THAT SONG AGAIN. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Skidmore Music Co. Inc., New York: 1944. 2 pp. Cover text: Co-Starring Kay Kyser, Ann Miller and Victor Moore.
  3. YOU MAKE ME DREAM TOO MUCH. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Skidmore Music Co. Inc., New York: 1944. 2 pp. Cover text: Co-Starring Kay Kyser, Ann Miller and Victor Moore.

From the Republic picture Earl Carroll's Sketchbook

  1. I'VE NEVER FORGOTTEN. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1946. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Constance Moore and William Marshall.

From the production Do Re Mi

  1. FIREWORKS. Betty Comden & Adolph Green (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Stratford Music Corp., 5336-7. New York: 1960. 7 pp.
  2. MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY. Betty Comden & Adolph Green (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 5337-5. New York: 7 pp. Cover Text: Phil Silvers also starring Nancy Walker.
  3. WHAT'S NEW AT THE ZOO? Betty Comden & Adolph Green (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Stratford Music Corp., 5349-6. New York: 1960. 6 pp. Cover text: Phil Silvers also starring Nancy Walker.

From the Universal picture Follow the Boys

  1. I'LL WALK ALONE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Mayfair Music Corp., New York: 1944. 4 pp. Cover text: Featured by Dinah Shore in the film, with her photograph.

From Columbia Pictures Funny Girl

  1. SADIE, SADIE. Bob Merrill (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Chappell-Styne Inc., and Wonderful Music Inc., 5793-3. New York: 1964. 3 pp. Cover text: Barbra Streisand and Omar Sharif.

From the musical Funny Lady

  1. PEOPLE. Bob Merrill (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Chappell-Styne Inc., 5544-3. New York: 1963. 3 pp. Cover text: Ray Stark presents Barbra Streisand and Sydney Chaplin.

From the musical Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

  1. BYE BYE BABY. Leo Robin (w) -- Jule Styne (m). J.J. Robbins & Sons, Inc. 235-3. New York: 1949. 6 pp.
  2. DIAMONDS ARE A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND. Leo Robin (w) -- Jule Styne (m). J.J. Robbins & Sons, Inc. 241-3. New York: 1949. 6 pp.
  3. JUST A KISS APART. Leo Robin (w) -- Jule Styne (m). J.J. Robbins & Sons, Inc. 234-3. New York: 1949. 6 pp.

From the musical fable Gypsy

  1. EVERYTHING'S COMING UP ROSES. Stephen Sondheim (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Williamson Music Inc., and Straford Music Corp., 5251-6. New York: 1959. 6 pp. Cover text: David Merrick and Leland Hayward Present Ethel Merman.
  2. LITTLE LAMB. Stephen Sondheim (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Williamson Music Inc., and Straford Music Corp., 5240-3. New York: 1959. 3 pp. Cover text: David Merrick and Leland Hayward Present Ethel Merman.
  3. SMALL WORLD. Stephen Sondheim (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Williamson Music Inc., and Straford Music Corp., 5242-4. New York: 1959. 4 pp. Cover text: David Merrick and Leland Hayward Present Ethel Merman.

From the musical Hazel Flagg (Based on the story by James Street and the cinema "Nothing Sacred.")

  1. HOW DO YOU SPEAK TO AN ANGEL? Bob Hilliard (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Chappell & Co., 1917-4. New York: 1952. 4 pp.
  2. SALOMEE. Bob Hilliard (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Chappell & Co., 1922-6. New York: 1953. 6 pp.
  3. SALOMEE. Bob Hilliard (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Chappell & Co., 1922-6. New York: 1953. 6 pp.

From the United Artists picture Hello! Beautiful

  1. THE LADY WHO DIDN'T BELIEVE IN LOVE. Kim Gannon (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Remick Music Corp., New York: 1942. 2 pp. Cover photo: George Murphy, Anne Shirley, Carole Landis, Dennis Day, Benny Goodman and his Orchestra.
  2. THE LADY WHO DIDN'T BELIEVE IN LOVE. Kim Gannon (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Remick Music Corp., New York: 1942. 2 pp. Cover photo: George Murphy, Anne Shirley, Carole Landis, Dennis Day, Benny Goodman and his Orchestra.

From the musical comedy High Button Shoes

  1. I STILL GET JEALOUS. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1947. 2 pp.
  2. YOU'RE MY GIRL. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1947. 2 pp.

From Republic pictures The Hit Parade of 1941

  1. IN THE COOL OF THE EVENING. Walter Bullock (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Mills Music Inc., New York: 1940. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Kenny Baker, Frances Langford, Ann Miller, with their photographs.
  2. MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME. Walter Bullock (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Mills Music Inc., New York: 1940. 4 pp.
  3. SWING LOW SWEET RHYTHM. Walter Bullock (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Mills Music Inc., New York: 1940. 4 pp.
  4. WHO AM I? Walter Bullock (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Mills Music Inc., New York: 1940. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Kenny Baker, Frances Langford, Ann Miller, with their photographs.

From the Republic picture Hit Parade of 1943

  1. A CHANGE OF HEART. Harold Adamson (w) -- Jule Styne. Southern Music Pub. Co., New York: 1943. 3 pp. Cover text: John Carrol and Susan Hayward with Gail Patrick, Eve Arden, Melville Cooper, Walter Catlett, and Mary Treen, with their photographs.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture How To Be Very, Very Popular

  1. HOW TO BE VERY, VERY POPULAR. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Miller Music Corp., 1031-3. New York: 1955. 3 pp. Cover text: Betty Grable, Sheree North, Bob Cummings.

From the MGM picture It Happened in Brooklyn

  1. I BELIEVE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Sinatra Songs Inc., New York: 1947. 3 pp. Cover text: Frank Sinata, Kathryn Grayson, Peter Lawford, Jimmy Durante, with their photographs.
  2. I BELIEVE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Sinatra Songs Inc., New York: 1947. 4 pp. Cover text: Frank Sinata, Kathryn Grayson, Peter Lawford, Jimmy Durante, with their photographs.
  3. IT'S THE SAME OLD DREAM. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Sinatra Songs Inc., New York: 1947. 4 pp. Cover text: Frank Sinata, Kathryn Grayson, Peter Lawford, Jimmy Durante, with their photographs.
  4. TIME AFTER TIME. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Sinatra Songs Inc., New York: 1947. 3 pp. Cover text: Frank Sinata, Kathryn Grayson, Peter Lawford, Jimmy Durante, with their photographs.

From the Warner Bros. picture It's a Great Feeling

  1. FIDDLE DEE DEE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Harms Inc., S-1712-2. New York: 1949. 2 pp. Cover text: Dennis Morgan, Doris Day, Jack Carson, with their photographs.
  2. IT'S A GREAT FEELING. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Remick Music Corp., 3522-2. New York: 1949. 2 pp. Cover text: Dennis Morgan, Doris Day, Jack Carson, with their photographs.

From the Samuel Goldwyn picture The Kid From Brooklyn

  1. I LOVE AN OLD FASHIONED SONG. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Samuel Goldwyn Music Pub. Corp., 1-4. New York: 1946. 4 pp. Cover text: Danny Kaye, Virginia Mayo, Vera-Ellen, with their photographs.
  2. YOU'RE THE CAUSE OF IT ALL. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Samuel Goldwyn Music Pub. Corp., 2-4. New York: 1946. 4 pp. Cover text: Danny Kaye, Virginia Mayo, Vera-Ellen, with their photographs.

From the Paramount picture Ladies' Man

  1. WHAT AM I GONNA DO ABOUT YOU? Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York: 1946. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Eddie Bracken, Cass Daley, Virginia Wells and Spike Jones and his City Slickers, with their photographs.

From the Paramount picture Living It Up

  1. THAT'S WHAT I LIKE. Bob Hilliard (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 2052-3. New York: 1954. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, with their photographs.

From the musical Look to the Lilies

  1. LOOK TO THE LILIES, VOCAL SELECTION. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Chappell-Styne, Inc. & Laursteed Music, Inc., New York: 1970. 32 pp.

From Columbia Pictures My Sister Eileen

  1. GIVE ME A BAND AND MY BABY. Leo Robin (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Columbia Pictures Music Corp., New York: 1955. 3 pp.
  2. IT'S BIGGER THAN YOU AND ME. Leo Robin (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Columbia Pictures Music Corp., New York: 1955. 3 pp.

From the United Artists picture The Powers Girl

  1. THREE DREAMS. Kim Gannon (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Remick Music Corp., 3261-2. New York: 1942. 2 pp. Cover text: With George Murphy, Anne Shirley, Carole Landis, Dennis Day, Benny Goodman and his Orchestra.

From the Paramount picture Priorities on Parade

  1. CONCHITA, MARQUITA, LOLITA, PEPITA, ROSITA, JUANITA LOPEZ. Herb Magidson (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1942. 5 pp. Cover text: With Betty Jane Rhodes, Jerry Colonna, Ann Miller, Johnnie Johnston, with stills from the film.
  2. CONCHITA, MARQUITA, LOLITA, PEPITA, ROSITA, JUANITA LOPEZ. Herb Magidson (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1942. 5 pp. Note: Only the cover, missing all inner pages. Cover text: With Betty Jane Rhodes, Jerry Colonna, Ann Miller, Johnnie Johnston, with stills from the film.

From the Republic picture Puddin' Head

  1. PUDDIN' HEAD. Eddie Cherkose & Sol Meyer (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Mills Music Inc., New York: 1941. 4 pp. Cover text: With Judy Canova, Francis Lederer, Raymond Walburn, Slim Summerville.

From the Warner Bros. picture Romance On The High Seas

  1. IT'S MAGIC. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 18205-2. New York: 1948. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Jack Carson, Janis Page, Don DeFore and Doris Day, with their photographs.
  2. PUT 'EM IN A BOX (Tie 'Em With A Ribbon And Throw 'Em In The Deep Blue Sea). Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Remick Music Corp., 3461-2. New York: 1948. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Jack Carson, Janis Page, Don DeFore and Doris Day, with their photographs.

From the Paramount picture Salute for Three

  1. DON'T WORRY. Kim Gannon (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York: 1943. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Betty Rhodes, MacDonald Carey, Dona Drake and Cliff Edwards.

From the production Say, Darling

  1. DANCE ONLY WITH ME. Betty Comden & Adolph Green (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Stratford Music Corp., 5159-3. New York: 1958. 3 pp.
  2. SOMETHING'S ALWAYS HAPPENING ON THE RIVER. Betty Comden & Adolph Green (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Stratford Music Corp., 5180-4. New York: 1958. 4 pp.

From the Republic Pictures Film Shantytown

  1. ON THE CORNER OF SUNSHINE AND MAIN. Kim Gannon (w) -- Jule Styne (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 18147-2. New York: 1943. 2 pp. Cover photo: Mary Lee.

From the R.K.O. picture Step Lively

  1. AND THEN YOU KISSED ME. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Miller Music Corp., 607-2. New York: 1944. 2 pp. Cover text: Frank Sinatra, George Murphy, Adolphe Menjou, Gloria DeHaven, Walter Slezak and Eugene Pallette.
  2. COME OUT, COME OUT, WHEREVER YOU ARE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). T.B. Harms Co., 687-5. New York: 1944. 5 pp. Cover text: Frank Sinatra, George Murphy, Adolphe Menjou, Gloria DeHaven, Walter Slezak and Eugene Pallette.

From the Paramount picture The Stork Club

  1. LOVE ME. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1945. 2 pp. Cover text: Betty Hutton with Barry Fitzgerald, Don DeFore and introducing Andy Russell, with their photographs.

From the Columbia picture Tonight and Every Night

  1. ANYWHERE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Bourne, Inc. 1011-3. New York: 1945. 6 pp. Cover photos: Rita Hayworth, Janet Blair, Lee Bowman and others.
  2. TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Bourne, Inc. 1010-4. New York: 1945. 6 pp. Cover photos: Rita Hayworth, Janet Blair, Lee Bowman and others.
  3. YOU EXCITE ME. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Bourne, Inc. 1013-4. New York: 1945. 6 pp. Cover photos: Rita Hayworth, Janet Blair, Lee Bowman and others.

From the musical comedy Subways are for Sleeping

  1. COMES ONCE IN A LIFETIME! Betty Comden & Adolph Green (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Stratford Music Corp., 5420-4. New York: 1961. 4 pp. Cover text: Orson Bean and Phyllis Newman.

From the musical comedy Sugar (Based on the screenplay "Some Like It Hot.")

  1. SUGAR. Bob Merrill (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Chappell & Co. Inc., and Merrill Music Corp., 0045666-101. New York: 1972. 3 pp.

From the Paramount picture Sweater Girl

  1. I DON'T WANT TO WALK WITHOUT YOU. Frank Loesser (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York: 1941. 3 pp. Cover text: With Eddie Bracken, June Preisser and Betty Jane Rhodes, with their photographs.
  2. I SAID NO. Frank Loesser (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York: 1941. 3 pp. Cover text: With Eddie Bracken, June Preisser and Betty Jane Rhodes, with their photographs.

From Columbia Pictures Tars and Spars

  1. I'M GLAD I WAITED FOR YOU. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1945. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Alfred Drake, Janet Blair, Marc Platt with Sid Caesar and Jeff Donnell.
  2. LOVE IS A MERRY-GO-ROUND. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1945. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Alfred Drake, Janet Blair, Marc Platt with Sid Caesar and Jeff Donnell.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture Three Coins in the Fountain

  1. THREE COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 3868-2. New York: 1954. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Clifton Webb, Dorothy McGuire, Jean Peters, Louis Jourdan and Maggie McNamara, with their photographs.

From Columbia Pictures Tropicana

  1. THINKIN' ABOUT THE WABASH. Sammy Cahn & Walter Bullock (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Melrose Music Corp., 35547. New York: 1943. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Mae West, Victor Moore and William Gaxton, with photograph of West.

From the production Michael Todd's Peep Show

  1. FRANCIE. Bob Hilliard (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1950. 2 pp. Cover text: Featured by Ray Anthony and his Orchestra, with his photograph.
  2. STAY WITH THE HAPPY PEOPLE. Bob Hilliard (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1950. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Margaret Whiting, with her photograph.

From Columbia Pictures Tonight and Every Night

  1. ANYWHERE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Bourne Inc., 1011-3. New York: 1945. 3 pp. Cover text: Rita Hayworth with Janet Blair, Lee Bowman, with stills from the film.
  2. CRY AND YOU CRY ALONE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Bourne Inc., 1278. New York: 1945. 2 pp. Cover text: Rita Hayworth with Janet Blair, Lee Bowman, with Hayworth's photograph.

From the Warner Bros. picture Two Guys From Texas

  1. EV'RY DAY I LOVE YOU (Just A Little Bit More). Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Harms Inc., S-1523-2. New York: 1948. 2 pp. Cover text: Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson, with their photographs.
  2. HANKERIN'. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Remick Music Corp., 3502-2. New York: 1948. 2 pp. Cover text: Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson, with their photographs.

From the R.K.O. picture Two Tickets to Broadway

  1. THE CLOSER YOU ARE. Leo Robin (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1950. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Tony Martin, Janet Leigh, Gloria DeHaven, Eddie Bracken and Ann Miller.

From the Warner Bros. picture The West Point Story

  1. IT'S RAINING SUNDROPS. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Harms Inc., S-1909-2. New York: 1950. 2 pp.
  2. YOU LOVE ME. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). M Witmark & Sons, 18223-2. New York: 1950. 2 pp. Cover text: James Cagney, Virginia Mayo, Doris Day, Gordon MacRae and Gene Nelson, with stills from the film.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture With a Song in My Heart

  1. I'LL WALK ALONE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Mayfair Music Corp., New York: 1944. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Susan Hayward, Rory Calhoun, David Wayne and Thelma Ritter.
  2. I'LL WALK ALONE. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Mayfair Music Corp., New York: 1944. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Susan Hayward, Rory Calhoun, David Wayne and Thelma Ritter.

From the Republic picture Youth on Parade

  1. I'VE HEARD THAT SONG BEFORE. Jule Styne & Sammy Cahn (w & m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1942. 2 pp. Cover text: Recorded by Harry James and his Orchestra, with his photograph.

Popular Music

  1. CAN'T YOU READ BETWEEN THE LINES? Jule Styne & Sammy Cahn (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co. Inc., New York: 1945. 2 pp. Cover photo: Dinah Shore.
  2. I DON'T WANT ANYBODY (If I Can't Have You). Herb Magidson (w) -- Jule Styne (m). ABC Music Corp., New York: 1941. 2 pp. Cover photo: Helen O'Connell.
  3. THE THINGS WE DID LAST SUMMER. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Edwin H Morris & Co. Inc., New York: 1946. 2 pp. Cover text: Featured by Hal McIntyre and his Orchestra, with his photograph.
  4. WAY DOWN SOUTH IN NORTH CAROLINA. Ralph Freed (w) -- Jule Styne (m). Kornheiser-Schuster Inc., New York: 1934. 3 pp.

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From Columbia Pictures New York Town

  1. YOU OUGHTA BE IN PICTURES (My Star of Stars). Edward Heyman (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Harms Inc., 9030-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp.

From Billy Rose's Aquacade at the Great Lakes Exposition 1937.

  1. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO LOVE. Billy Rose, Stanley Joseloff, Dana Suesse, Rudolph Bertram & Fenyes Szabolcs (w & m). Crawford Music Corp., New York: 1937. 3 pp.

From Billy Rose's Aquacade at the New York World's Fair of 1939.

  1. YOURS FOR A SONG. Billy Rose & Ted Fetter (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 1830-3. New York: 1939. 3 pp. Advance artist copy.
  2. YOURS FOR A SONG. Billy Rose & Ted Fetter (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 1830-3. New York: 1939. 3 pp.

From Billy Rose's Casa Mañana Revue

  1. THE NIGHT IS YOUNG AND YOU'RE SO BEAUTIFUL. Billy Rose & Irving Kahal (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Words and Music Inc., New York: 1936. 4 pp.

From Billy Rose's Casa Mañana Revue of 1937

  1. GONE WITH THE DAWN (Theme Song). Billy Rose & Stanley Joseloff (w) -- Dana Suesse (m).Words & Music Inc., New York: 1937. 4 pp.

From the production The Seven Year Itch

  1. THE GIRL WITHOUT A NAME. Scott Olsen & Dana Olsen (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 13063-2. New York: 1952. 2 pp. Artist edition.

From the production Sweet Surrender

  1. THE DAY YOU WERE BORN. Edward Heyman (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Harms Inc., S-670-4. New York: 1935. 4 pp.
  2. LOVE MAKES THE WORLD GO 'ROUND. Edward Heyman (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Harms Inc., S-662-5. New York: 1935. 5 pp.
  3. TAKE THIS RING. Edward Heyman (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Harms Inc., S-661-4. New York: 1935. 4 pp.

Popular Music

  1. FREE. Edward Heyman (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Harms Inc., 8957-4. New York: 1933. 4 pp.
  2. HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN? (Popular version of "Syncopated Love Song.") Leo Robin (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Harms Inc., 8658-4. New York: 1931. 4 pp.
  3. HO-HUM! Edward Heyman (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1931. 4 pp.
  4. JAZZ NOCTURNE. Dana Suesse (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1931. 4 pp.
  5. MY SILENT LOVE. Edward Heyman (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1932. 4 pp.
  6. TABLE IN A CORNER. Sam Coslow (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 1837-3. New York: 1939. 3 pp.
  7. THIS CHANGING WORLD. Harold Adamson (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 1899-3. New York: 1939. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Bill McCune and his Orchestra, with his photograph.
  8. WHISTLING IN THE DARK. Allen Boretz (w) -- Dana Suesse (m). Olman Music Corp., New York: 1931. 3 pp.

Sunday Supplement Songs (Large Format--organized by date)

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  1. COLLEGE CHUMS FOREVER. Dan Packard (w) -- Andrew LeRoc (m). Myll Bros., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, March 12, 1899. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung by J. Aldrich Libbey at the Star Theatre.
  2. I WAS ONCE YOUR WIFE. Raymond Browne (w) -- Monroe Rosenfeld (m). Howley Haviland & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, March 19, 1899. 2 pp. Cover text: As Sung by the Popular Tenor Mr. Manuel Romain.
  3. JOLLY JENNIE JONES. Fred J. Hamill (w & m). Olympia Music Co., Chicago: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, April 16, 1899. 2 pp. Cover text: As Sung by Lottie Gilson.
  4. MEMORIES. Louise Tunison (w & m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, May 2, 1899. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung by Dorothy Morton in "An Arabian Girl".
  5. THERE'S ONLY ONE AND DAT AIN'T YOU. Fred G. Farrell (w & m). Langhorne Music Co., Norfolk, VA: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, May 7, 1899. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung by the Beaumont Sisters.
  6. WHEN I MARRY MISS DINA LEE. William Caldwell (w & m). Windsor Music Co., Chicago: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, May 14, 1899. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung by Margie MaBelle.
  7. I'M ONE OF THE FAMILY NOW. A.J. Lamb (w) -- Bernard Adler (m). Windsor Music Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, May 28, 1899. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung by the Charming Comedienne Jolly Nellie McHenry.
  8. SHE WAS BORN IN OLD VIRGINIA. J. Vickery Langhorne (w) -- Robert Whitemore (m). Langhorne Music Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, June 11, 1899. 2 pp. Cover text: As Sung by the California Nightingale Ruth White
  9. MY SUNDAY GIRL. Stanislaus Strange & Louis Harrison (w) -- Gustave Kerker (m). George Lederer, [New York?]: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, July 9, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: As Sung by Miss Christie MacDonald.
  10. PERHAPS SHE IS SOMEBODY'S MOTHER. Al Trahern (w & m). Myll Bros., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, July 16, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Josie DeWitt.
  11. WE ARE WAITING, DEWEY, WAITING. Monroe H. Rosenfeld (w & m). Feist & Frankenthaler, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, July 23, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung at Oscar Hammerstein's Victoria Roof Garden by Miss Frances Lee.
  12. AT THE SOUND OF THE SIGNAL BELL. Will A. Heelan (w) -- Max Dreyfus (m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, July 30, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: As Sung by the Beaumont Sisters.
  13. THE GIRL I LOVED IN OLD VIRGINIA. Andrew B. Sterling (w) -- Max Dreyfus (m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, August 20, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: As Sung by Walter Thompson with George Thatcher's Modern Minstrels.
  14. TWO SISTERS FROM THE SAME OLD HOME or LIFE FROM DAY TO DAY. Charles A. Wilson (w) -- Leo Berliner (m). Leo Berliner, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, September 3, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: As Sung by Miss Maude Courtney.
  15. THOSE CRUEL WORDS "GOODBYE". J. Fred Helf (w & m). W.B. Gray, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, September 10, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: As Sung by Ada Jones.
  16. ONLY A HUNDRED GIRLS. Harry B. Smith (w) -- Ludwig Englander (m). Edward Schuberth, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, October 1, 1899. 5 pp. Cover text: As sung by Thomas Q. Seabrooke in George W. Lederer's Latest Great Success at the New York Casino.
  17. FORGET THOSE WORDS IN ANGER SPOKEN. Howard Grimm (w) -- Charles Grimm (m). Richard A. Saalfield, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, October 8, 1899. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung by Gertrude Rutledge.
  18. THREE LITTLE WORDS: "I LOVE YOU". E.W. Rogers (w & m). T. B. Harms & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, October 15, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Louise Beaudet.
  19. ELOISE. Fred J. Hamill (w) -- Paul Cohn (m). Windsor Music Co., Chicago: appeared inNew York Journal & Advertiser, October 29, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Cheridah Simpson.
  20. IF DREAMS COME TRUE. Arthur Trevelyan (w & m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, November 5, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by William H. Thompson with Primrose & Dockstader's Successful Minstrels.
  21. YOU ARE THE ONLY GIRL I'LL EVER CARE ABOUT. Will D. Cobb (w) -- Gus Edwards (m). The Rogers Bros., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, November 12, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by John Parr with "Rogers Bros. in Wall St."
  22. TO DAY. Arthur Trevelyan (w & m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, December 10, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Louise Gunning.
  23. IT'S A HOT COMBINATION. Fred C. Farrell (w & m). Langhorne Music Co., Norfolk, VA: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, December 17, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by the Modern & Merry Minstrel Carroll Johnson.
  24. HOPE ON. Manuel Klein (w & m). International Music Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, December 24, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by the Eminent English Contralto Clara Butt.
  25. I'D LIKE TO HAVE A PHOTOGRAPH OF THAT. Harry B. Smith (w) -- Reginald DeKoven (m). F. Ziegfield, Jr., [New York?]: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, December 31, 1899. 3 pp. Cover text: As Sung by Harry Woodruff with Woodruff's and Anna Held's photograph.
  26. DEAR OLD BROADWAY. J. Cheever Goodwin (w) -- Edward E. Rice (m). Edward E. Rice, [New York?]: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, January 7, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Marguerita Sylva.
  27. TRUST ME WITH YOUR HEART AGAIN. Arthur Trevelyan (w) -- Gladys Millbrook (m). T.B. Harms & Co, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, February 11, 1900. Cover text: Sung by George Trewellyn with Primrose & Dockstader's Minstrels.
  28. WHEN I'M A MAN LIKE YOU. Louis Weslyn Jones (w & m). Windsor Music Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, March 11, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Kitty Mitchell.
  29. PAPA MAMA KISS ME AND BE FRIENDS. Charles A. Wilson (w) -- Leo Berliner (m). Leo Berliner & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, March 18, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by: Lottie Gilson.
  30. THE LATCH STRING IS ALWAYS HANGING OUT FOR YOU. Fred J. Hamill (w) -- Paul Cohn (m). Windsor Music Co., Chicago: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, April 1, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: And Sung By the Only Fougere.
  31. REPENTANCE (He Kissed Me And I Knew 'Twas Wrong). Alfred J. Robyn (w & m). Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, April 15, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Grace E. and Frances Hoyt.
  32. WAY DOWN EAST. John H. Burns (w & m). Atlantic Music Co., Boston: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, April 22, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by The Village Choir.
  33. PRETTY JESSIE MOORE. George L. Spaulding (w & m). George L. Spaulding, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, May 6, 1900. Cover text: Sung by the Hawthorne Sisters.
  34. DRUM MAJOR'S SONG. Harry B. Smith (w) -- Harry T. McConnell (m). Edward Schubert & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, May 13, 1900. Cover text: Sung by Virginia Earle.
  35. I'SE SORRY DAT I LEFT MA HAPPY HOME. Irving Jones (w & m). International Music Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, June 3, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Sylvia Starr.
  36. IN NAPLES FAIR. Charles Horowitz (w) -- Frederick V. Bowers (m). Horowitz & Bowers, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, June 10, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Camille D'arville on her Vaudeville tour.
  37. 'TWAS BUT A DREAM. Louise Tunison (w & m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, June 17, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Pauline Hall.
  38. I WISH I WAS BACK ON BROADWAY. Raymond A. Browne (w) -- William H. Penn (m). Sol Bloom Dearborn & Randolph, Chicago: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, June 24, 1900. Cover text: Sung by Zelma Rawlston.
  39. IT'S THE CHINK, CHINK, CHINK. Harry B. Smith (w) -- H.T. MacConnell (m). Edward Schuberth & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, July 8, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Albert Hart in George W. Lederer's International Production The Casino Girl
  40. JUST CAUSE I LUB YO'. Kate Thyson Marr (w) -- Charles F. Gall (m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, July 22, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Cyril Scott.
  41. I NEED THE MONEY. Raymond A. Browne (w & m). Sol Bloom, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, July 29, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Attie Spencer.
  42. MY LOVE KEEPS ON A GROWING ALL FOR YOU. Walter Astin (w) -- Al Trahern (m). Shapiro, Bernstein and Von Tilzer, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, August 12, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Maud Amber.
  43. WE MAY NEVER MEET AGAIN. Mrs. Blake (w) -- Louis Blake (m). Philip Werlein, New Orleans: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, August 26, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Lottie Gilson.
  44. WING LEE'S RAGTIME CLOCK. Al Trahern (w & m). Shaprio, Bernstein & Von Tilzer, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, September 2, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Mathews & Bulger.
  45. REMEMBER OR FORGET. Arthur Trevelyan (w) -- Hanna Rion (m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, September 9, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Adele Farrington.
  46. COULD YOU BUT KNOW HOW WELL I LOVED YOU. Arthur J. West (w) -- A.M. Hall (m). A.M. Hall, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, September 16, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Lottie Gilson.
  47. THE HOME OF THE GIRL I LOVE. Howard Graham and Monroe H. Rosenfeld (w & m). Will Rossiter, Chicago: appeared in Hearst's Chicago American, September 30, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by John Claxton and Harry Leighton.
  48. LOOK INTO MINE EYES DEAR HEART. Arthur Trevelyan (w & m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, October 21, 1900. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Pauline Hall.
  49. MY HONOLULU QUEEN. Jas. O'Dea (w) -- William H. Penn (m). Sol Bloom, New York: appeared in New York Journal & Advertiser, February 10, 1901. 3 pp. Cover photo: Anna Held, from the production Papa's Wife.
  50. IRELAND A! GRA MA CHREE. Chauncey Olcott (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, [New York]: appeared in Hearst's Chicago American, February 17, 1901. 3 pp.
  51. IN DISGUISE (The Masquerade Song). Harry B. Smith (w) -- Arthur Weld (m). George W. Lederer, New York: appeared in New York Journal, April 21, 1901. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Miss Katie Seymour.
  52. THE CUCKOO BIRD. Fred Meyer (w & m). Sol Bloom, [New York]: appeared in New York Journal, July 14, 1901. 3 pp.
  53. THE LIMERICK GIRLS. Chauncey Olcott (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, New York: appeared in Hearst's Chicago American, November 16, 1902. 3 pp.
  54. I WOULD - WOULD YOU? J.R. Abarbanell (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., New York: appeared in Hearst's Chicago American, January 11, 1903. 3 pp. Cover text: Miss Blanche Seymour.
  55. LITTLE TOMMY MURPHY. Andrew Mack (w & m). Howley, Haviland, & Co., [New York]: appeared in Hearst's Chicago American, March 1, 1903. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Mr. Mack.
  56. THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS. Jesse H. Campbell (w & m). American Advance Music Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, January 3, 1904. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Miss Dorothy Jardon.
  57. BOAT SONG. George Cooper (w) -- Louis Tocaben (m). American Advance Music Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, April 30, 1905. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Miss May de Sanza.
  58. TAKE THESE FLOWERS, OLD LADY. Edward B. Marks (w) -- Joseph W. Stern (m). Joseph W. Stern, New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, May 28, 1905. 3 pp. Cover text: From an incident in the career of the famous American stage favorite the late Mrs. G.H. Gilbert.
  59. WHEN ANGELINA JOHNSON COMES A-SWINGIN DOWN DE LINE. Richard C. Dillmore (w & m). North American Music Co., Philadelphia: appeared in New York American and Journal, June 11, 1905. 3 pp.
  60. I'M A POOR UNHAPPY MAID. William Jerome (w) -- Leon Schwartz (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, August 27, 1905. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Eddie Foy.
  61. WHEN THE MOON SHINES BRIGHT. Felix F. Feist (w) -- Joe Nathan (m). American Advance Music Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, September 17, 1905. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Miss Kitty Wolfe with Harry Blaney's Co.
  62. THERE'S A DARK MAN COMING WITH A BUNDLE. Leighton & Leighton (w & m). Help and Hager Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, October 22, 1905. 3 pp.
  63. WHEN I LOOK INTO YOUR EYES. Mare Sylvan (w) -- Louis Tocaben (m). American Advance Music Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, November 5, 1905. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Miss Emma Carus.
  64. EYES OF BLUE. Ed Coleman (w & m). American Advance Music Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, November 19, 1905. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Miss Julia Sanderson.
  65. MY JANE JANE JANE. T. Mayo Geary (w & m). American Advance Music Co., New York: appeared in The Chicago Sunday American, December 10, 1905. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Miss Marguerite Clark.
  66. THE SOLDIER'S BRIDE. Hans Kronold (w & m). Hans Kronold, [New York]: appeared in New York American and Journal, December 17. 1905. Cover text: Specially composed for the Hearst Sunday Newspapers by Hans Kronold, the Cello Virtuoso.
  67. WITH YOU. WIlliam Richard Goodall (w) -- Margaret Kingore (m). Leo-Feist, New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, December 24, 1905. 3 pp.
  68. MY FAITHFUL ROSE. Richard Henry Buck (w) -- Theodore Morse (m). F.B. Haviland Publishing Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, January 7, 1906. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Miss Kathryn Miley.
  69. I'M THE CANDY. Graham and Davis (w & m). Joseph W. Stern & Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, January 14, 1906. 3 pp.
  70. DINNER BELLS. Chris Smith and Harry Brown (w & m). Joseph W. Stern & Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, January 28, 1906. 3 pp.
  71. I'LL NEVER FORSAKE YOU DEAR. Maurice C. Rundbock (w) -- John C. Rundbock (m). American Advance Music Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, February 4, 1906. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Miss Catherine Cooper.
  72. MY SWEETHEART LITTLE NELL. Joel P. Corin (w) -- Nat S. Jerome (m). American Advance Music Co., New York: appeared in The Chicago Sunday American, February 11, 1906. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Miss Gertrude Grant.
  73. THE HEAVEN BORN BANNER. Vincent Bryan (w) -- Gertrude Hoffman (m). Vincent Bryan Music Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, February 25, 1906. 3 pp. Cover text: A patriotic song dedicated to the school children of America.
  74. MINE FOR LIFE. Joel P. Corin (w) -- Hugh Bernhardt (m). American Advance Music Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, March 4, 1906. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Miss Helen Lord.
  75. JUST LIKE YOU. Maurice J. Steinberg (w & m). Leo. Feist, New York: appeared in The Chicago Sunday American, March 11, 1906. 3 pp.
  76. RISEN INDEED! (An Easter Song). F.C. Burroughs (w) -- Eduardo Marzo (m). John Church Co., [New York]: appeared in New York American and Journal, April 1, 1906. 3 pp.
  77. I NEVER THOUGHT I'D MISS YOU AS I DO. Richard Henry Buck (w) -- Theodore Morse (m). F.B. Haviland, New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, April 22, 1906. 3 pp.
  78. THE OLD NEW ENGLAND HOMESTEAD ON THE HILL. D. Capece (w & m) -- Joe Nathan (arr.) American Advance Music Co., New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, May 13, 1906. 3 pp.
  79. THE LAMB THAT STRAYED FROM THE FOLD. Harry Davis (w) -- Sidney Carleton (m). Joseph W. Stern, New York: appeared in New York American and Journal, [September?] 23, 1906. 3 pp.
  80. THE WALTZ SONG. Leonardo Leibling (American words) -- Georg Jarno (m). Harmonie Verlag, Berlin: appeared in The World, January 22, 1911. 3 pp. Cover text: As now being sung by Lulu Glaser.

Kay Swift (Modern Format)

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From the production Fine and Dandy

  1. CAN THIS BE LOVE? Paul James (w) -- Kay Swift (m). Harms Inc., 8557-4. New York: 1930. 4 pp.
  2. FINE AND DANDY. Paul James (w) -- Kay Swift (m). Harms Inc., 8556-4. New York: 1930. 4 pp.
  3. NOBODY BREAKS MY HEART. Paul James (w) -- Kay Swift (m). Harms Inc., 8558-4. New York: 1930. 4 pp. Photocopy.

From the production The Little Show

  1. CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS? Paul James (w) -- Kay Swift (m). Harms Inc., 8366-4. New York: 1929. 4 pp.

From the RKO picture Never a Dull Moment

  1. ONCE YOU FIND YOUR GUY. Kay Swift (w & m). T.B. Harms Co., 1748-4. New York: 1950. 4 pp. Cover photo: Irene Dunne.

From the 9:15 Show

  1. UP AMONG THE CHIMNEY POTS. Paul James (w) -- Kay Swift (m). Harms Inc., 8482-4. New York: 1930. 4 pp. Photocopy.

Popular Music

  1. CALLIOPE. Kay Swift (w & m). 5 pp. Handwritten photocopy.
  2. ONE LAST LOOK. Kay Swift (w & m). 3 pp. Handwritten photocopy.
  3. ONCE YOU FIND YOUR GUY. Kay Swift (w & m). 3 pp. Handwritten photocopy.
  4. SAWING A WOMAN IN HALF. Al Silverman (w) -- Kay Swift (m). Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 11009-3. New York: 1935. 3 pp. Photocopy.

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