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Box 650

Te Escojo = I Choose You. 1893.

Additional Note

HOG Clarence H. Hogue Collection SCB SY 1236
Box 865

To Have, To Hold, To Love. 1913.

Box 591

To Have, To Hold, To Love. 1913.

creator: Ball, Ernest R., 1878-1927
creator: M. Witmark & Sons.
creator: MacBoyle, Darl

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Miss Marlow and Mr. Sothern.
Box 398

To Live and Die in L.A.. 1985.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Wang Chung
Box 463

To Love Somebody. 1975.

Additional Note

on cover: The Bee Gees logo
Box 1154

To Love Again.

Scope and Content Note

Theme from "The Eddy Duchin Story."

Additional Note

Box SU 4
Box 554

To Love Again. 1956.

creator: Columbia Pictures Music Corporation.
creator: Sidney, George
creator: Stoloff, Morris
creator: Washington, Ned

Scope and Content

Theme from the motion picture, "The Eddy Duchin Story." On cover: photograph of Tyrone Power and Kim Novak.
Box 14

To Me. 1983.

Additional Note

Also by Mike Reid. Cover features a photograph of Barbara Mandrell and Lee Greenwood.
Box 876

To My Darling. 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: cartoon rendition of a soldier writing a letter
Box 1191

To Take a Dip in the Ocean. 1911.

creator: F.A. Mills (Firm).
creator: Lewis, Sam M.
creator: Mills, Kerry

Scope and Content

From the musical play, "Fascinating Widow." On cover: photographs of Julian Eltinge in drag.
Box 529

To the End of the World With You. 1908.

Scope and Content

Lyric by Dave Reed, Geo. Graff Jr. Music by Ernest R. Ball.
Box 14

To Think You've Chosen me. 1950.

Additional Note

Also by George Weiss. Cover features a photograph of The Ames Brothers.
Box 577

To Think That You Should Care For Me = Ich Will Nicht Wissen Wer Du Bist!. 1933.

Scope and Content Note

On cover: photograph of Liane Haid and Gustav Froelich.
Box 16

To Thy Birthday. 1924.

Box 469

To Where You Are. 2001.

Additional Note

SCB SZ 02-93
Box 1037

To You I Give My Heart -- Tonight May Have to Last Me All My Life.

Additional Note

Box NS 298
Box 2

To You Sweetheart Aloha. 1936.

Box 27

To You Sweetheart Aloha. 1936.

Box 26

To-Morrow Is Another Day. 1937.

Additional Note

From the MGM picture "A Day At The Races"
Box 875

To-Night I'll Live Last Night Over. 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 538

Toast to New Year. 1864.

creator: J.E. Gould.
creator: Ross , J.H.
creator: Swift, J.M.

Scope and Content

SY 2116
Box 758

A Toast to the Bride. 1961.

Additional Note

From the musical, "Donnybrook."
Box 865

A Toast to the Bride. 1961.

Scope and Content Note

From the show, "Donnybrook."
Box 19

Tobasco. 1909.

Box 19

Toboggan Rag. 1912.

Box 463

Today is the Day. 1980.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Bar-Kays
Box 922

Today Was a Fairytale. 2010.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Taylor Swift.
Box 416

Today's the Day. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of America
Box 858

Toes. 2008.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Zac Brown Band
Box 2

Together. 1928.

Additional Note

Also by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson.
Box 1204, Box 14

Together, We Two. 1927.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..
Box 23

Together. 1928.

Box 413

Together, Let's Find Love. 1972.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The 5th Dimension
Box 494

Together. 1991.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: VS5779

Scope and Content Note

Featured in the television program, "Major Dad."

Additional Note

SCB SZTV 91-17
Box 1160

Tokyo Melody.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 812

Tom, Dick or Harry. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

From the show, "Kiss Me Kate."

Additional Note

Three copies.
Box 1189

Tom Nolan's Birthday Party. 1886.

creator: Arnold, Max
creator: M. Witmark & Sons.

Scope and Content

From the comedy, "Daddy Nolan.
Box 1160

Tomate.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 354

Tommy (Overture). 1969.

Scope and Content

Composer: Peter Townshend
On cover: photograph of The Who.
Box 577

Tommy Atkins' Waltz. 1894.

Scope and Content Note

Founded upon the popular song "Private Tommy Atkins."
Box 354

Tommy Can You Hear Me. 1969.

Scope and Content

Composer: Pete Townshend
From the rock opera, Tommy.
Box 865

Tommy, Tommy. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

From the show, "Tenderloin."
Box 1182

Tommy Won't You Teach Me How to Tango. 1913.

creator: Chappell & Co..
creator: Tharp, R.C.
creator: Vanderveer, Wm. J.

Scope and Content

From the musical play, "The Girl on the Film." On cover: photograph of George Grossmith.
Box 14

Tomorrow. 1977.

Additional Note

From the Broadway musical, "Annie."
Box 14

Tomorrow. 1977.

Additional Note

From the Broadway musical, "Annie." Two copies (with different covers).
Box 1115

Tomorrow. 2011.

Scope and Content Note

Photograph of Chris Young on cover.
Box 14

Tomorrow = Morgen. 1938.

Box 24

Tomorrow and You. 1946.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Ilene Woods
Box 48

Tomorrow Belongs To Me. 1966.

Additional Note

From The New Musical "Cabaret."
Box 56

Tomorrow Never Comes. 1945.

Additional Note

Also written by Johnny Bond. Theme song from the Jim Nabors Hour television program. Cover features a photograph of Jim Nabors.
Box 390

Tomorrow (A Better You, Better Me): Easy Piano Arrangement. 1990.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Dan Coates
Box 413

Tomorrow Belongs to the Children. 1972.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Vic Damone
Box 354

Tomorrow is Manana.

Scope and Content

Composers: Clemont Wood, Jr., John R. Carroll, Anthony Bonner.
Cover only.
Box 14

Tonight We Love. 1941.

Additional Note

Adapted from the Concerto in B flat Minor by Ray Austin and Freddy Martin. Cover features a photograph of Freddy Martin.
Box 14

Tonight You Belong to Me. 1926.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Lawrence Welk.
Box 53

Tonight. 1957.

Additional Note

Theme song of the NBC television show, "Tonight." Cover features a photograph of the New York skyline.
Box 399

Tonight We Ride. 1986.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Michael Martin Murphey
Box 416

Tonight I'm Yours (Don't Hurt Me). 1981.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Rod Stewart
Box 469

Tonight I Wanna Be Your Man original sheet music ed.. 2001.

Additional Note

SCB SZ 02-92
Box 909

Tonight May Have to Last Me All My Life.

Additional Note

Box SU 44
Box 1041

Tonight My Darling -- Toothache in My Heel.

Additional Note

Box NS 299
Box 1115

Tonight (I'm Loving You). 2010.

Box 1115

Tonight Tonight. 2011.

Box 1154

Tonight We Love.

Scope and Content Note

Based on the piano concerto in B flat minor by Tchaikovsky.

Additional Note

Box SU 4
Box 1154

Tonight We Love. 1941.

Additional Note

nine copies
Box 1160

Tonk Game.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 14

Too Busy Makin' Money. 1944.

Box 2173

Too Close. 2011.

creator: Claire, Alex
creator: Duguid, Jim
creator: Universal Music.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Alex Clare.
Box 812

Too Darn Hot. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

From the show, "Kiss Me Kate."

Additional Note

Seven copies.
Box 1317

Too Fat to Be Santa Claus. 1954.

Scope and Content

Composer: Dave Lippincott.
Box 555

Too Fat Polka (She's Too Fat For Me). 1947.

creator: Maclean, Ross
creator: Richardson, Arthur
creator: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Arthur Godfrey.
Box 416

Too Hot To Stop (Part 1). 1977.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Bar-Kays
Box 538

Too Late, Too Late, Ye Cannot Enter Now.

creator: Lee & Walker.
creator: Lindsay, Miss

Scope and Content

SY 2146
Box 456

Too Little too Late. 2000.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: PVM01036 Warner Bros.

Additional Note

SCB SZ01-100
Box 985

Too Many Kisses in the Summer (Bring Too Many Tears in the Fall).

Additional Note

Box SU 63
Box 1137

Too Much. 1956.

creator: Elvis Presley Music, Inc..
creator: Rosenberg, Lee
creator: Weinmann, Bernard

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Elvis Presley.
Box 412

Too Much Month At The End Of The Money. 1989.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Billy Hill
Box 413

Too Much Monkey Business. 1956.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Freddy Weller
Box 463

Too Much, Too Little, Too Late: Made Easy For Piano. 1978.

Box 463

Too Much, Too Little, Too Late. 1978.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Johnny Mathis and Deniece Williams
Box 1328

Too Old to Cut the Mustard. 1951.

Scope and Content

Composer: Bill Carlisle. On cover: photograph of Marlene Dietrich.
Box 14

Too Young. 1951.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Richard Hayes.
Box 23

Too Young. 1951.

Box 25

Too Young. 1951.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Nat "King" Cole
Box 1160

Toodyroo.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1330

Toolie Oolie Doolie (The Yodel Polka). 1946.

creator: Beul, Artur
creator: Chas. K. Harris.
creator: Horton, Vaughn, 1911-1988

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Dick Haymes.
Box 1059

Toolie Oolie Doolie -- The Trail to Long Long Ago.

Additional Note

Box NS 300
Box 529

Tootsie, Wootsie. 1902.

Scope and Content

Lyrics by Guy F. Steely. Music by Frederic Chapin.
From the musical, The Storks.
Box 354

Top Banana. 1951.

Scope and Content

Composer: Johnny Mercer
From Top Banana.
Box 593

Top of the Morning. 1920.

Scope and Content

Composers: Anna Nichols, George H. Gartlan
From the Irish melody drama, Spring Time in Mayo.
On cover: photograph of Fiske O'Hara.
Box 1160

Top of the World March.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 20

Top Sergeant. 1948.

Box 354

Topeka (the City of My Dreams). 1954.

Scope and Content

Composer: Franz Steininger.
From "Topeka Centennial Pageant."
On cover: photograph of John Charles Thomas.
Box 1160

Topsy Turvy.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 14

Topsy Turvy Toy. 1952.

Box 577

The Topsy Turvy Hotel Lancers. 1908.

Scope and Content Note

Based on melodies by Victor Roger and Lionel Monckton.
Box 577

The Topsy Turvy Hotel Waltz. 1908.

Scope and Content Note

Based on melodies by Victor Roger and Lionel Monckton.
Box 2173

Tornado. 2012.

creator: EMI Blackwood Music Inc..
creator: Hemby, Natalie
creator: Maid, Delta

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Little Big Town.
Box 1137

Tornado. 1956.

creator: Evans, Dale
creator: Paramount Roy Rogers Music Co., Inc..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of The Toppers.
Box 1170

Torpedo and the Whale.

creator: Audran

Scope and Content

From the opera comique, "Olivette."
Box 14

Total Eclipse of the Heart. 1983.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Bonnie Tyler.
Box 1167

Totem Pole. 1907.

creator: Blethen, Joseph, 1870-1937
creator: Girard, Harry
creator: M. Witmark & Sons.

Scope and Content

From the original comic opera, The Alaskan.
Box 192

Totem Tom Tom. 1924.

Scope and Content Note

From the motion picture, "Rose Marie."

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Ann Blyth, Howard Keel and Fernando Lamas.
Box 463

Touch And Go. 1980.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Cars
Box 398

Touch and Gone. 1978.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Gary Wright
Box 391

Touch Me (All Night Long). 1984.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Cathy Dennis
Box 463

Touch Me Baby (Reaching Out For Your Love). 1975.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Tamiko Jones
Box 399

Tough All Over. 1985.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band
Box 192

The Tourist Trade. 1948.

Scope and Content Note

From the motion picture, "Romance on the High Seas."

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Jack Carson, Janis Paige, Don DeFore and Doris Day. Two copies.
Box 192

Toward the Sun. 1947.

Scope and Content Note

From the motion picture, "The Roosevelt Story."
Box 577

A Town Like Alice.

Scope and Content Note

From the film of the same title.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Peter Finch and Virginia McKenna.
Box 19

Town Talk. 1908.

Box 294, Box 1182

Toy Monkey. 1896.

creator: Greenbank, Harry
creator: Hopwood & Crew.
creator: Monckton, Lionel

Scope and Content

From the Japanese musical play, "The Geisha."
Box 1169

Toy Town. 1915.

creator: Chappell & Co..
creator: Monckton, Lionel

Scope and Content

From the revue, "Bric a Brac."
Box 14

The Toy Trumpet. 1943.

Box 1160

Toy Trumpet.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 21

The Toymaker's Dream. 1929.

creator: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation.
creator: Golden, Ernie
Box 26

Trade Winds. 1940.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of George Olsen
Box 1252

Rading Hearts. 1907.

creator: Alpha Music Co.
creator: Hallowell, Clayton
creator: Wynn, Hugh
Box 1252

Trading Smiles. 1907.

creator: Ramsay, Don
creator: Walter Jacobs.

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Harry Sylvester, Mabel Russell, Jack Manley, Ned Norton, and Aubrey C. Pringle.
Box 1160

Traffic in Times Square.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1252

Tragedy of the Lusitania. 1915.

creator: Hibbeler, Ray
creator: Le Roy Music Publishing Co..
creator: Polak, Frank C.
Box 1160

Trail Blazer.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 16

The Trail of the Lonesome Pine. 1913.

Box 529, Box 1252

Trail of the Lonesome Pine. 1913.

creator: Carroll, Harry, 1892-1962
creator: Macdonald, Ballard
creator: Shapiro Music Publishing Co..

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of the Sisters Meredith, Edgar Bixley and Dave Lerner, Dorothy Brenner, Harry Carroll, Frank Mullane, Richards & Kyle, Chappy O'Donnell, Yvette Rugel, Marty L. Semon, Edna Whistler, Bessie Wynn, Bob Webb, Gypsy Countess Verona, Stone, Jackson & Wahl, Lightner & Jordan, Jamie Kelly, Irving Gosler, Gilson & Tolon, The Avon Comedy Four, Violini, Dorothy Quinette.
Box 1252

Trail That Leads to Home. 1917.

creator: Lockton, Edward
creator: Mackenzie, Herbert
creator: West & Co..
Box 1252

Trail That Leads to You. 1917.

creator: Brennan, James A. (James Alexander), 1885-1956
creator: Caddigan, Jack, 1879-1952
creator: Daly Music Publisher.
Box 1252

Trail to Home Sweet Home. 1918.

creator: Freeman, Harold
creator: Harold Freeman Co..
Box 1252

Trail to Sunset Valley. 1916.

creator: Gilbert, L. Wolfe (Louis Wolfe), 1886-1970
creator: Jos. W. Stern & Co..
creator: Muir, Lewis F.
Box 1067

Trail To Yesterday -- You're A Real Good Friend.

Additional Note

Box NS 301
Box 1252

Trailing Arbutus (You Only Do I Love). 1914.

creator: Friedman, Leo, 1869-1927
creator: Parke, Daniels & Friedman, Inc..
Box 1160

Train 45.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 416

Train of Thought. 1974.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Cher
Box 1252

Tramp and Little Nell. 1893.

creator: Gaunt, Percy
creator: T.B. Harms Company.
Box 413

Tranquillo (Melt My Heart). 1978.

Box 1252

Trans-Mag-Ni-Fi-Can-Bam-Dam-U-Ality = C-A-T Spells Cat. 1909.

creator: Burris, Jim
creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
creator: Smith, Chris
Box 1160

Transatlantic Jump.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 615

Traumbilder.

Additional Note

HOG Clarence H. Hogue Collection SCB SY 1173.
Box 53

Theme from "The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters". 1963.

Additional Note

From the MGM television series. Cover features a photograph of Dan O'Herlihy.
Box 909

Trav'lin Light.

Additional Note

Box SU 44
Box 593

Travelin' Man. 1942.

Scope and Content

Composers: William B. Friedlander, Joe Howard.
From the musical comedy, The Time, the Place, the Girl.
On cover: photograph of Irene Hilda.
Box 1160

Travlin Heavy.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1252

Traveling. 1906.

creator: Botsford, George, 1874-1949
creator: Devins, James
creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Greg Patti.
Box 2173

Treasure. 2012.

creator: BMG Gold Songs.
creator: Brown, Phredley
creator: Lawrence, Philip
creator: Levine, Ari
creator: Mars, Bruno

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Bruno Mars.
Box 14

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. 1947.

Box 1179

Treasured Souvenir (Here Comes the Bride). 1918.

creator: Macdonald, Ballard
creator: Piani, Harry
creator: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co..

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy, "Look Pleasant."
Box 1252

Treasures of the Sea are Buried Deep. 1901.

creator: Branen, Jeff T., 1872-1927
creator: Chas. K. Harris.
creator: Petrie, H.W.

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of The Pan-American Four, The Great Northern Quartette, Will J. Cooke, and Newton Bassett.
Box 1252

Treasures That Gold Cannot Buy. 1899.

creator: Heelan, William A.
creator: Howley, Haviland & Co..
Box 1252

Treat Your Father Kindly. 1893.

creator: Meyer Smith Publishing Co..
creator: Smith, U.J.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Chas. H. Larkin of Gorton's Minstrels.
Box 1160

Trebol.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 14

Tree in the Meadow. 1947.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Sammy Kaye.
Box 14

Tree in the Meadow. 1947.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Tony Pastor.
Box 27

Tree In The Meadow. 1947.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Margaret Whiting
Box 14

Trees. 1922.

Additional Note

Poem by Joyce Kilmer. Two copies.
Box 16

Trees. 1922.

Box 654

Trees. 1926.

Box 654

Trees of Mystery (Song of the Redwoods). 1952.

Box 407

Treist (Consolation). 1949.

Box 1160

Tremendous Trifles.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1252

Trench! Trench! Trench! Our Boys are Trenching. 1918.

creator: Dillen, Wilson
creator: Hill, May, 1888-1978
Box 1160

Tres Moutarde.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1252

Trials of a Simple Maid. 1903.

creator: Bowers, R.H. (Robert Hood), 1906-
creator: M. Witmark & Sons.
creator: Peck, Raymond W.
Box 1160

Trianon March.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1160

Tribute to Al Benson.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 416

Trick of the Light. 1978.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Who
Box 1160

Trickette.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1169

Trilby Will Be True. 1895.

creator: Hopwood & Crew.
creator: Stuart, Leslie

Scope and Content

From the comedy, "An Artist's Model."
Box 56

Trim Up the Tree. 1966.

Additional Note

From the television program, "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
Box 1160

Trinity Bells.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 54

(Walt Disney's) The Triple "R" Song (Yippi-a Yippi-i Yippi-o). 1955.

Additional Note

From Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Club "Spin and Marty" ABC television series.
Box 1160

Triple Threat.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1252

Trixie From Dixie. 1904.

creator: Cohen, Arthur M.
creator: Ehrlich, Sam, 1872-1927
creator: Theatrical Music Supply Co..
Box 20

Trop Belle Pour Rester Seule. 1972.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Ringo Willy Cat
Box 1160

Tropic Night Suite.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 16

Tropical Dance (No. 2) = Danse Tropciale (No. 2). 1921.

Additional Note

Cover features photograph of Justin Elie.
Box 1160

Tropical Fever.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1160

Tropicana.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1167

Trot One Step. 1913.

creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
creator: Lampe, J. B. (Jens Bodewalt), 1869-1929

Scope and Content

From the comic opera, Adele.
Box 857

Troubadour. 2008.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of George Strait
Box 1137

T-R-O-U-B-L-E. 1975.

creator: Chesnut, Jerry
creator: Jerry Chesnut Music, Inc..
Box 19

Trouble. 1908.

Box 463

Trouble. 1981.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Lindsey Buckingham
Box 416

Trouble In Mind. 1979.

Box 1182

Trouble Never Troubles Me. 1921.

creator: Christiné, Henri, 1867-1941
creator: Francis Salabert, Inc..
creator: Parsons, Donovan

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy, "Dede." On cover: drawing of Joseph Coyne.
Box 865

The Trouble With Me Is You. 1929.

Box 1185

Troubles of the Reuben and the Maid (Trouble Began to Brew). 1902.

creator: Goodwin, J. Cheever (John Cheever), 1850-1912
creator: Levi, Maurice
creator: Rogers Bros. Music Pub. Co..

Scope and Content

From the comedy, "The Rogers Bros. in Harvard."
Box 406

Troublemaker. 1964.

Box 580

Trousseau Incomplete Operatic ed.. 1921.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: M. W. & Sons 16374-3

Scope and Content Note

From the musical comedy, Love Birds.

Additional Note

SCB SY 118475
Box 22

Il Trovatore. 1907.

Box 413

Truckin'. 1971.

Box 1184

True as Steel. 1891.

creator: Guitton, Jules
creator: S. Brainard's Sons.
creator: Sass, E.

Scope and Content

From, "Sinbad."
Box 1068

True Blue And Always Ready -- Tumbando Cana.

Additional Note

Box NS 302
Box 391

True Colors: Easy Piano Arrangement. 1986.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Dan Coates
Box 48

True Love. 1947.

Additional Note

Also written by William Harold Moon and Samuel Hersenhoren. From the film, "Bush Pilot."
Box 554

True Love. 1956.

creator: Buxton Hill Music Corporation.
creator: Porter, Cole, 1891-1964

Scope and Content

From the MGM motion picture, "High Society." On cover: photograph of Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra.
Box 391

True To You. 1986.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Ric Ocasek
Box 1160

True to the Flag.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 909

Truly.

Additional Note

Box SU 44
Box 1160

Trumpcrazy.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1160

Trumpeter.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1115

The Trumpets of Freedom.

Additional Note

Chorus adapted from a translation by Nancy Head of Shostakovich's "Salute to Life." Arranged by Frances Leslie. Originally sold by the Progressive Book Shop, Los Angeles, CA.
Box 16

Trust in Me. 1934.

Additional Note

Words and music also by Jean Schwartz and Milton Ager. Cover features photograph of Dinah Shore.
Box 14

Trust in Me. 1952.

Additional Note

Also by Jean Schwartz and Milton Ager. Cover features a photograph of Vincent Lopez.
Box 857

Truth. 2008.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Jason Aldean
Box 14

Truthfully. 1944.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Bon Bon.
Box 2173

Try. 2010.

creator: BMG Platinum Songs.
creator: Busbee
creator: West, Ben

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Pink.
Box 25

Try A Little Tenderness. 1932.

Box 1160

Try and Play It.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 65

Try To Forget. 1931.

Additional Note

From the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion picture "The Cat and the Fiddle." Cover features a photograph of Ramon Novarro and Jeanette McDonald.
Box 62

Try to See it My Way. 1934.

Additional Note

From the Warner Bros. motion picture, "Dames." 3 copies (different covers).
Box 398

Tryin' To Get the Feeling Again. 1976.

Box 463

Tryin' To Get the Feeling Again. 1982.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Dan Coates
Box 54

TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia). 1974.

Additional Note

Theme from the television show, "Soul Train." Also written by Leon Huff.
Box 21

Tulip Time. 1919.

creator: Buck, Gene
creator: Stamper, Dave
creator: T.B. Harms Company.

Additional Note

from Ziefeld Follies 1919
Box 294

Tum on and Tiss Me. 1920.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): Arthur Jackson, Geo. Gershwin
From George White's Scandals of 1920
Box 1065

Tumble In A Rumble Seat -- Twilight Shadows.

Additional Note

Box NS 303
Box 412

Tumbling Clowns. 1985.

Box 413

Tumbling Dice. 1972.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of the Rolling Stones
Box 463

Tumbling Dice. 1978.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Linda Ronstadt
Box 19

Turkey in the Straw. 1904.

Box 1160

Turkey in the Straw.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 19

Turkish Towel Rag. 1912.

Box 19

Turkish Trophies. 1907.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Sara B. Egan
Box 1160

Turko.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 56

Turn Around, Look at Me.

Additional Note

From the Jim Nabors Hour television program. Sid Feller, arranger. Photocopy.
Box 398

Turn Around, Look At Me. 1961.

Box 26

Turn Back The Hands Of Time. 1951.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Abe Romain
Box 463

Turn Back the Pages. 1975.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Stephen Stills
Box 463

Turn It On Again. 1980.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Genesis
Box 2173

Turn Me On. 2011.

creator: Dean, Esther
creator: Guetta , David, 1967-
creator: Songs of Universal.
creator: Tuinfort, Giorgio

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of David Guetta.
Box 872

Turn Your Tears Into Cheers. 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 874

Turnin Me On. 2009.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Keri Hilson
Box 507

Turtle Power. 1990.

Additional Note

SCB SZMP90-9
Box 390

Turtle Talk. 1969.

Box 1160

Turvy II.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 416

Tusk. 1979.

Box 1160

Tut Strut.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1317

Twas the Night Before Christmas. 1954.

Scope and Content

Composer: Paul Campbell. On cover: photograph of The Lancers.
Box 1317

Twas the Night Before Christmas. 1942.

Scope and Content

Music: Ken Darby.
Box 1317

Twas the Night Before Christmas. 1960.

Scope and Content

Music: Sammy Kaye.
Box 16

Tweedlee Dee. 1954.

Additional Note

Cover features photograph of Laverne Baker.
Box 14

The Twelfth of Never. 1956.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Johnny Mathis.
Box 1317

Twelve Days After Christmas. 1969.

Scope and Content

Composer: Fredercik Silver.
Photocopy.
Box 1317

Twelve Days of Christmas. 1952.

Scope and Content

John Jacob Niles, arranger.
Box 56

Twelve Feet Tall. 1956.

Additional Note

From the NBC Producer's Showcase television production, "Jack and the Beanstalk."
Box 1317

Twelve Gifts of Christmas. 1955.

Scope and Content

Composers: Buddy Kaye, Joanne Towne.
On cover: photograph of Dorothy Collins.
Box 53

12 O'Clock High. 1964.

Additional Note

Theme from the 20th Century Fox television program. 2 copies, one with Robert Lansing on the cover and one with Paul Burke on the cover.
Box 985

Twelve O'Clock Waltz.

Additional Note

Box SU 63
Box 14

Twentieth Century March and Two Step. 1907.

Box 65

20th Century Blues. 1931.

Additional Note

From the Fox motion picture "Cavalcade."
Box 1160

Twentieth Century.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1137

Twenty Days and Twenty Nights. 1970.

creator: Carlin Music Co..
creator: Weisman, Ben
creator: Westlake, Clive

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Elvis Presley.
Box 14

Twenty Four Hours of Sunshine. 1949.

Box 1168

Twiddley Bits. 1901.

creator: Adams, H.
creator: Dance, George, Sir, 1858?-1932
creator: Hopwood & Crew.
creator: Woodville, Ernie

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy, "A Chinese Honeymoon."
Box 14

Twilight (the Stars and You). 1925.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Art Hickman's Orchestra.
Box 1167

Twilight in Barakeesh. 1908.

creator: Herbert, Victor
creator: MacDonough, Glen

Scope and Content

From the musical play, Algeria.
Box 14

Twilight Reverie. 1908.

Box 14

Twilight Time. 1944.

Additional Note

Also by Norty Nevins, Al Nevins and Artie Dunn.
Box 24

Twilight Time. 1948.

Box 24

Twilight Time (In 'T Schemerlicht). 1944.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Platters
Box 53

Twilight Zone. 1979.

Additional Note

Theme from the television program.
Box 416

Twilight Zone. 1983.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Golden Earring
Box 1062

Twilight Time -- Two Loves Have I.

Additional Note

Box NS 304
Box 1160

Twilight in Turkey.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1160

Twilight Time.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1160

Twinkle Toes.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1317

Twinkle Toes. 1953.

Scope and Content

Composers: Lew Wiliams, Frank H. Keith, Bob We Dyck.
On cover: photograph of The Crew-Cuts.
Box 26

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. 1962.

Box 390

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. 1962.

Box 16

Twinkletoes. 1936.

Box 1160

Twins.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 57

Twist n' Twirl. 1962.

Additional Note

From the Armstrong Circle theatre production, "Assignment: Teenage Junkies."
Box 16

The Two Angels = Les Deux Anges.

Box 16

Two Guitars. 1932.

Additional Note

Transcription by D. Savino.
Box 1160

Two American Sketches.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 2173

Two Black Cadillacs. 2012.

creator: Carrie- Oakie Music.
creator: Kear, Josh
creator: Lindsey, Hillary
creator: Underwood, Carrie

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Carrie Underwood.
Box 758

Two by Two. 1965.

Additional Note

From the musical, "Do I Hear a Waltz?" Two copies (different covers).
Box 14

Two Different Worlds. 1956.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Don Rondo.
Box 26

Two Different Worlds. 1956.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Don Rondo
Box 390

Two Different Worlds. 1956.

Box 14

Two Eyes of Grey.

Box 463

Two Fine People. 1975.

Box 1160

Two Guitars.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1160

Two Gypsy Themes.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 1189

Two Heads Are Better Than One. 1915.

creator: Greene, Schuyler
creator: Kern, Jerome, 1885-1945
creator: T.B. Harms Company.

Scope and Content

From, "Cousin Lucy." On cover: photograph of Julian Eltinge.
Box 20

Two In Love. 1941.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Tommy Dorsey
Box 1328

Two in Love. 1941.

Scope and Content

Composer: Meredith Willson.
On cover: photograph of Bebe Daniels.
Box 858

Two is Better Than One. 2009.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Boys Like Girls
Box 985

Two Lips (to Kiss My Cares Away).

Additional Note

Box SU 63
Box 1182

Two Little Dover Soles. 1910.

creator: Chappell & Co..
creator: Smith, Vere
creator: Tharp, R.C.

Scope and Content

From, "The Grotesques."
Box 545

Two Little Love Bees. 1910.

Box 580

Two Little Love Birds op. 1921.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: M.W.& Sons. 16377-3

Scope and Content Note

From the musical comedy, Love Birds.

Additional Note

SCB SY 118476-118478, 118480
Box 555

Two Loves = J'Ai Deux Amours. 1931.

creator: Miller Music.
creator: Murray, J.P.
creator: Scotto, Vincent
creator: Trivers, Barry

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Irene Bordoni.
Box 386

Two Lovely Lying Eyes. 1921.

Scope and Content

Composers: Gene Buck, Rudolf Friml
From: Ziegfeld Follies of 1921
Box 1066

Two Nickels For A Dime -- Um-Pa-Cha-Cha.

Additional Note

Box NS 305
Box 909

Two of a Kind.

Additional Note

Box SU 44
Box 538

Two on Earth & Two in Heaven. 1858.

creator: H.M. Higgins, Publisher.
creator: Webster, J.P.

Scope and Content

SY 2145
Box 394

Two People Fell in Love. 2001.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: HL00352328 Hal Leonard

Additional Note

SCB SZ 01-190
Box 463

Two Places at the Same Time. 1980.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Raydio
Box 545

Two Sleepy People. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

From the Paramount motion picture, "Thanks For the Memory."

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Bob Hope and Shirley Ross.
Box 554

Two Sleepy People. 1938.

creator: Carmichael, Hoagy, 1899-1981
creator: Famous Music Corp..
creator: Loesser, Frank

Scope and Content

From the Paramount motion picture, "Thanks for the Memory." On cover: photograph of Bob Hope and Shirley Ross.
Box 21

Two Tickets To Georgia. 1933.

creator: Coots, J. Fred, 1897-1985
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..
creator: Tobias, Chas.
creator: Young, Joe

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Eddy Duchin.
Box 469

Two Wrongs. 2002.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: HL00352526 Hal Leonard

Additional Note

SCB SZ 02-132
Box 529

Two's Company, Three's None.

Scope and Content

Words by F.E. Weatherly. Music by Joseph L. Roeckel.
Box 406

Tzipe Loift Un Havet (Humoresque). 1934.

Additional Note

2 copies
 

Works in English: Titles: U's. Series 21.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically.
Box 469

U Don't Have to Call. 2001.

Additional Note

SCB SZ 02-94
Box 456

U Got it Bad. 2000.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: HL00352410 EMI April

Additional Note

SCB SZ 01-157
Box 872

The U.S. Engineers. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 909

Ugly Chile: You're Some Pretty Doll.

Additional Note

Box SU 44
Box 1161

Ugly Stick.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 259

Uh-Huh, Oh Yeah. 1957.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): Sheldon Harnick, Jerry Bock
From the production, The Body Beautiful
Box 1088

Uma Casa Portuguesa.

Additional Note

Box PS 3
Box 16

The Umbrella Man. 1938.

Additional Note

Words and music also by Vincent Rose and Larry Stock. Cover features a photograph of Russ Morgan.
Box 1063

Umbrella Man -- Under The Moon.

Additional Note

Box NS 306
Box 418

Un Desir Pour Toi.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Zarah Leander. from the motion picture "Paramatta"
Box 27

Un Jour, Un Jour. (Hey Friend, Say Friend). 1966.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Stephane Venne, Donald Lautrec, Michele Richard, and Lucien Hetu
Box 26

Un Poquito De Amor (A Little Bit Of Love). 1946.

Additional Note

From the MGM picture "This Time For Keeps"
Box 922

Un-Thinkable (I'm Ready). 2009.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Alicia Keys.
Box 416

Unborn Child. 1974.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Seals & Crofts
Box 6

Unbreakable. 2005.

creator: EMI April Music Inc..
creator: Glenn, Garry
creator: Keys, Alicia
creator: West, Kanye

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Alicia Keys.
Box 14

Unchained Melody. 1983.

Additional Note

Features in the motion picture, "Ghost." Cover features a photograph of The Righteous Brothers.
Box 1161

Unchained Melody.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1115

Uncharted. 2010.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Sara Bareilles.
Box 399

Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey. 1971.

Box 1317

Uncle Mistletoe. 1951.

Scope and Content

Composers: Leonard Whitcup, Ray Madison.
Box 1161

Uncle Remus' Rhapsody.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 875

Uncle Sam. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 1161

Uncle Sam.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 47

Uncle Sam Gets Around. 1941.

Additional Note

3 copies including artist copy and arrangement for mixed group voices. From the film, "Cadet Girl."
Box 875

Uncle Sam is Calling You. 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 875

Uncle Sam, We Love You. 1941.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: photograph of Harold Stokes
Box 1161

Uncle Sam's Favorite.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 545

The Uncle Sammy Girls. 1906.

Box 64

Uncle Tom's Cabin Is A Cabaret. 1936.

Additional Note

From the 20th Century-Fox motion picture "Can This Be Dixie?" Cover features a photograph of Jane Wither.
Box 471

Unconditional. 2000.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: PVM00065
Box 2173

Unconditionally. 2013.

creator: Gottwald, Lukasz
creator: Martin, Max
creator: Perry, Katy
creator: Walter, Henry
creator: WB Music Corp..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Katy Perry.
Box 418

Und Wenn's Auch Sunde War. 1953.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Zarah Leander. from the motion picture "Cuba Cabana"
Box 1161

Undecided.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1003

Under a Roof in Paree = Sous Les Toits De Paris. 1931.

creator: Caesar, Irving, 1895-1996
creator: Harms Inc..
creator: Moretti, Raoul
creator: Nazelles, Rene
Box 591

Under the Crescent. 1915.

creator: Ball, Ernest R., 1878-1927
creator: M. Witmark & Sons.
creator: Shipman, Nell

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Princess Ibrahim Hassan appearing in the serial photo-drama of the same title.
Box 21

(Yoo Hoo Hoo I'll Call to You) Under Your Window Tonight. 1931.

creator: Claire, Sidney
creator: Famous Music Corp..
creator: Mencher, Murray
creator: Tobias, Chas.
Box 1178

Undergraduette. 1920.

creator: Arkell, Reginald, 1882-1959
creator: Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, Ltd..
creator: Braham, Philip, 1881-1934

Scope and Content

From Andre Charlot's vaudeville revue, "Jumble Sale."
Box 554

Underneath the Arches. 1932.

creator: Flanagan, Bud, 1896-1968
creator: McCarthy, Joseph
creator: Robbins Music Corporation.

Scope and Content

On cover: photographs of American Disc Jockeys.
Box 26

Under A Blanket Of Blue. 1942.

Box 1189

Under the Deodar. 1902.

creator: Chappell & Co..
creator: Monckton, Lionel
creator: Ross, Adrian

Scope and Content

From the musical play, A Country Girl.
Box 2

Under the Double Eagle. 1933.

Box 14

Under the Double Eagle. 1935.

Box 20

Under the Double Eagle.

Box 27

Under The Double Eagle. 1933.

Box 1161

Under the Double Eagle March.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 463

Under the Gun. 1980.

Box 1185

Under the Jungle Moon. 1907.

creator: Hoffmann, Max, 1873-1963
creator: Madden, Edward
creator: Rogers Bros. Music Pub. Co..

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy, "In Panama." On covers: photographs of Marion Mosby, and Marion Stanley,
Box 507

Under the Sea. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

From the motion picture, "The Little Mermaid."

Additional Note

SCB SZMP90-6
Box 1064

Under The Moon, It's You Jazz -- Until The Stars Fall Down.

Additional Note

Box NS 307
Box 21

(Yoo-Hoo-Hoo I'll Call To You) Under Your Window To-Night. 1931.

Box 416

Undercover Angel. 1978.

Box 463

Undercover Angel. 1977.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Alan O'Day
Box 580

Underneath a Big Umbrella. 1919.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: 778-4

Scope and Content Note

From: A Lonely Romeo.

Additional Note

SCB SY 118460
Box 14

Underneath the Arches. 1932.

Additional Note

Cover features photographs of disc jockeys Ernie Allen, Bil Brant, Paul Brenner, Paul Dixon, Bob Elliott, Sherm Feller, Easy Gwynn, Eddie Hubbard, Walter Kay, Hal Moore, Gil Newsome and Ralph Powers.
Box 1

Underneath the Japanese Moon. 1914.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): Gene Buck, W. Gus Haenschen
From: the Ziegfeld Follies of 1914
Box 654

Underneath the White Rose Tree. 1931.

Box 456

Undertow. 1993.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: HL00663045 EMI Virgin

Additional Note

SCB SZ 01-156
Box 1164

The Underworld. 1908.

Scope and Content Note

From: The Queen of the Moulin Rouge.
Box 922

Undo It. 2009.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Carrie Underwood.
Box 922

Undo It. 2009.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Carrie Underwood. Two copies.
Box 416

Union Man. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Cate Bros.
Box 876

The United Nations March. 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: cartoon rendition of four soldiers, photograph of Ora McNeill
Box 876

The United States Of America. 1953.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: photograph of the Statue of Liberty
Box 463

United Together. 1981.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Aretha Franklin
Box 14

Until I Say Goodbye. 1920.

Box 23

Universal Dance Folio For Piano No. 19. 1929.

Box 654

The Unknown Solder. 1940 January 29.

Box 1161

Unsquare Dance.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 25

Unstoppable. 2009.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Rascal Flatts
Box 1179

Unter den Linden in Germany. 1907.

creator: Francis, Day & Hunter, Ltd..
creator: Jerome, William, 1865-1932
creator: Schwartz, Jean

Scope and Content

From "Lola From Berlin." On cover: photograph of Lulu Glaser.
Box 464

Until. 2002.

Scope and Content Note

From the motion picture, "Kate & Leopold."

Additional Note

SCB SZMP 02-6
Box 554

Until. 1954.

creator: Crosby, Bob, 1913-1993
creator: Dorsey Brothers' Music, Inc..
creator: Fulton, Jack, 1903-1993
creator: Kahler, Hunter

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Jack Fulton.
Box 416

Until It's Time For You To Go. 1973.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Buffy Sainte-Marie
Box 554

Until It's Time For You to Go. 1967.

creator: Sainte-Marie, Buffy
creator: T.M. Music, Inc..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Buffy Sainte-Marie.
Box 1137

Until It's Time For You to Go. 1972.

creator: Gypsy Boy Music Inc..
creator: Sainte-Marie, Buffy

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Elvis Presley.
Box 26

Until Sunrise. 1954.

Box 2

(It Will Have to Do) Until the Real Thing Comes Along. 1936.

Additional Note

Words and music also by Alberta Nichols, Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin and L.E. Freeman.
Box 14

Until Then. 1958.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of George Beverly Shea.
Box 1060

Until Today -- Vamping Rose.

Additional Note

Box NS 308
Box 53

Theme from "The Untouchables". 1959.

Additional Note

From the ABC television program. Cover features a photograph of Robert Stack.
Box 857

Untouched. 2007.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Veronicas
Box 294

Up Above the Stairs. 1919.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): Arthur Jackson, Herbert Spencer
From George White's Scandals of 1919
Box 529

Up and Down the River Nile (My Cleopatra Sweetheart). 1905.

Scope and Content

Composers: Add Vance, Chas. Kohlman.
Box 288

Up in the Clouds. 1927.

creator: Harms Inc..
creator: Kalmer, Bert, 1884-1947
creator: Ruby, Harry

Scope and Content

From the show, "5 O'Clock Girl." On cover: photographs of Mary Eaton and Oscar Shaw.
Box 1161

Up the Street.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1161

Up There in Orbit.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 14, Box 1203

Up Where We Belong. 1982.

creator: Famous Music Corp..
creator: Jennings, Will, 1944-
creator: Nitzsche, Jack
creator: Sainte-Marie, Buffy

Additional Note

From the Paramount picture, "An Officer and a Gentleman."
Box 1203

Up Where We Belong.

Scope and Content

From the motion picture, "An Officer and a Gentleman."
Box 56

Upon My Lips a Song. 1960.

Additional Note

As sung by Linda Hopkins on the Jackie Gleason American Scene Magazine television program. Cover features photographs of Jackie Gleason and Linda Hopkins.
Box 56

Upon My Lips a Song. 1960.

Additional Note

As sung by Dick Roman on the Jackie Gleason American Scene Magazine television program. Cover features photographs of Jackie Gleason and Dick Roman.
Box 1161

Upright and Grand.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 463

Upside Down. 1980.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Diana Ross
Box 1161

Upturn.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 875

The U.S.A. March. 1939.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 1160

U.S.A. March.

Additional Note

Box PS 16
Box 398

Use Me. 1972.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Bill Withers
Box 857

Use Somebody. 2008.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Kings of Leon
Box 1137

Used to be You. 1932.

creator: Famous Music Corp..
creator: Rogers, Ginger

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Ginger Rogers.
Box 874

USS Los Angeles. 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. on cover: photograph of the Douglas Aeronaders
Box 22

Utopia Limited. 1925.

 

Works in English: Titles: V's. Series 22.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically.
Box 904

V ... -. 1941.

creator: Morgan, Christine
creator: West Coast Music Publishers.
creator: West, Ray

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Phil Harris.
Box 1137

V ...-. 1941.

creator: Morgan, Christine
creator: West, Ray

Scope and Content

On cover: photographs of Ginger Rogers and Phil Harris.
Box 904

V ...- (Keep Them Smiling). 1941.

creator: Morgan, Christine
creator: West Coast Music Publishers.
creator: West, Ray

Scope and Content

On cover: photographs of Ginger Rogers and of Phil Harris.
Box 875

"V" Calls For Victory. 1941.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 872

"V for Victory" is Our Shield. 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 407

V'Shomru. 1955.

Box 875

V.V.V. The Triple "V". 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 1147

Vagabond Dreams.

Additional Note

Box SU 12
Box 418

Vaines! Toutes Les Peines. 1939.

Additional Note

from the motion picture "Gages Immortelles"
Box 14

The Vale of Golden Dreams. 1925.

Additional Note

Also by Gertrude Arras and Minnie Dolgoff. Cover features a photograph of The Radio Franks.
Box 1161

Valencia.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 53

Theme from "Valentine's Day". 1964.

Additional Note

From the television program.
Box 53

Theme from "Valentine's Day". 1964.

Additional Note

From the television program. Cover features a photograph of Tony Franciosa.
Box 1161

Valiant Volunteers.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1161

Valley Forge March.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1161

Valley Spring Polka.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1161

Valse Bleue.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 418

Valse Des Souvenirs.

Box 1161

Valse Futuristique.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 577

Valse Glisse. 1900?.

Box 25

Valse Lucille. 1916.

Box 1161

Valse Parisienne.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 554

Valse Parisienne. 1912.

creator: Forster Music Publisher, Inc..
creator: Roberts, Lee S.
Box 390

Valse Tzigane and Czardas. 1961.

Box 24

Vamp Me (And I'll Vamp You). 1922.

Box 1

Vampire. 1914.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): Earl Jones, Gene Buck, Bert A. Williams
From: the Ziegfeld Follies of 1914
Box 908

Van Heusen Titles.

Scope and Content Note

Unprocessed

Additional Note

Box SU 51
Box 53

Vanessa. 1952.

Additional Note

Theme song of the Dumont television program "Summer Matinee." Cover features a photograph of Bill Silbert.
Box 1161

Vanessa.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1161

Vangette.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 464

Vanilla Sky. 2001.

Additional Note

SCB SZMP 02-2
Box 881

Vanity -- Vienna Will Sing Again.

Additional Note

Box NS 309
Box 20

Vas Villst Du Haben. 1932.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Ben Bernie
Box 16

Vaya Con Dios = May God Be With You. 1953.

Additional Note

Words and music also by Inez James and Buddy Pepper. Cover features photograph of Les Paul and Mary Ford.
Box 14

Vaya con Dios = May God be With You. 1953.

Additional Note

Also by Inez James and Buddy Pepper. Cover features a photograph of Les Paul and Mary Ford.
Box 657

Velina Waltz. 1853.

Additional Note

HOG Clarence H. Hogue Collection SCB SY 1331
Box 1161

Velvet Glove.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 909

Velvet Night.

Box 1161

Ven a Mi.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1312

Venetia. 1930.

Scope and Content

Words by Harry D. Kerr. Music by J.S. Zamecnik.
Box 1312

Venetian Blues. 1922.

Scope and Content

Composer: Edwin Tillman.
Box 1312

Venetian Dreams. 1925.

Scope and Content

Composers: H. Rossito (Little Caruso), Herman Kah, Tom Sherman, Tom Quigley.
Box 1204, Box 1312

Venetian Isles. 1925.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..
Box 1312

Venetian Love Boat. 1922.

Scope and Content

Composers: Frank Magine, Ted Koehler.
Box 1312

Venetian Melody. 1920.

Scope and Content

Lyrics: Mickey Kippel. Music: John Conrad
Box 1312

Venetian Moon. 1919.

Scope and Content

Lyric: Gus Kahn Music: Phil Goldberg, Frank Magine.
Box 1312

Venetian Night and You. 1925.

Scope and Content

Composer: The Silver Masked Tenor (featured on cover).
Box 1312

Venetian Nights. 1922.

Scope and Content

Composers: Jack Stern, Clarence J. Marks, Norah Lee Haymond.
Box 1161

Venetian Rag.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1312

Venetian Serenade. 1932.

Scope and Content

Words by Sigmund Spaeth. Musci by R. Drigo.
Box 463

Vengeance. 1979.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Carly Simon
Box 398

Ventura Highway. 1972.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of America
Box 19

Ventura Rag. 1907.

Box 16

Venus. 1934.

Box 416

Venus. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Frankie Avalon
Box 20

Venus, My Shining Love. 1934.

Box 22

Vera Lynn's Crooners Selection. 1940.

Box 1137

Very Special Love. 1957.

creator: Allen, Robert
creator: Cromwell Music, Inc..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Debby Reynolds.
Box 407

Vetaher Libeinu. 1942.

Box 407

Vi Ver Singt (Humoresque). 1927.

Box 872

Vict'ry Polka. 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 416

Victim of Love. 1979.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Elton John
Box 529

Victuri Sumus. 1918.

Scope and Content

Marching song of the eleventh regiment. Composer: Gilbert Wilson.
Box 53

Victory at Sea. 1954.

Additional Note

Symphonic scenario. Arranged for piano solo by Robert Russell Bennett. From the television program, "Victory at Sea."
Box 872

Victory Song. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 1161

Victory March: University of Notre Dame.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 469

Video. 2001.

Additional Note

SCB SZ 02-95
Box 398

Video Killed the Radio Star. 1979.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Buggles
Box 14

Vienna Dreams = Wein, du Stadt meiner Traume. 1937.

Additional Note

Cover features a photographof Tommy Christian.
Box 1161

Vienna Dreams.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 20

Viens Dans Ma Rue. 1966.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Mireille Mathieu
Box 494

Viewer Mail (Theme). 1988.

Scope and Content Note

From the NBC production, "Late Night with David Letterman."

Additional Note

SCB SZTV 89-11
Box 1161

Viking Blues.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 16

Vilia. 1935.

Additional Note

Arranged by Nick Manoloff. Cover features a photograph of Art Jarrett.
Box 883

Village Blacksmith -- Wabash Moon.

Additional Note

Box NS 310
Box 1161

Village Blacksmith.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1185

Village Maid. 1904.

creator: Hoffmann, Max, 1873-1963
creator: Rogers Bros. Music Pub. Co..

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy, "In Paris."
Box 14

Vincent (Starry, Starry Night). 1972.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Don McLean.
Box 857

Violet Hill. 2008.

Additional Note

on cover: painting of the French Revolution with "Viva La Vida" scrawled over it
Box 27

La Violetera: Won't Somebody Buy My Violets?. 1934.

Box 14

Violets. 1931.

Additional Note

Verse by Rudy Vallee.
Box 2180

Virginia Lou. 1911.

Scope and Content

Words by Irving Berlin. Music by Earl Taylor.
On covers: photographs of The Rainbow Sisters.
Box 19

Virginia Rag. 1907.

Box 581

Vriginia Rose. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

From: Barbara Lee.

Additional Note

SCB SY 118109
Box 581

Vriginia Rose. 1925.

Scope and Content Note

From: Barbara Lee.

Additional Note

SCB SY 118109
Box 1161

Vision of Salome.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 416

Vitamin L. 1977.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Mary Kay Place
Box 858

Viva La Vida. 2008.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of French Revolution painting with "Viva La Vida" scrawled over it
Box 1161

Viva Max.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1161

Viva Viva.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 390

Vivace from Sonatina No. 1 in F Major. 1971.

Box 56

The Voice in the Wind. 1967.

Additional Note

Music from the television series, "I Spy."
Box 580

The Voice in My Heart. 1922.

Scope and Content Note

From, "Little Nellie Kelly."

Additional Note

SCB SY 118434-37
Box 1161

Voice in the Old Village Choir.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 2180

Voice of Belgium. 1915.

Scope and Content

Composer: Irving Berlin.
Box 872

The Voice of the Army.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 1115

Voices. 2009.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Chris Young.
Box 1161

Volare: Nel Blu, Dipinto Di Blu.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 463

Volcano. 1979.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Jimmy Buffett
Box 1156

Volga Boat Song.

Additional Note

Box PS 14
Box 20

Vote For Gracie. 1940.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Gracie Allen
Box 53

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. 1964.

Additional Note

Theme to the 20th Century Fox television program.
Box 51

The Vulture Song (That's What Friends are For). 1965.

Additional Note

From the Walt Disney motion picture, "The Jungle Book."
 

Works in English: Titles: W's. Series 23.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically.
Box 543

Wabash Blues. 1921.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Paul Whiteman. Dudley gift.
Box 311

Wabash Road -- Wake Up Little Girl, You're Dreaming.

Additional Note

Box NS 311
Box 20

Wacht auf, es taget!. 1900.

Box 53

The Wackiest Ship in the Army. 1964.

Additional Note

From the Screen Gems television program, "The Wackiest Ship in the Army." Cover features drawings of Jack Warden and Gary Collins. Also written by Jack Keller and Helen Miller.
Box 53

(Roll Along) Wagon Train. 1959.

Additional Note

From the NBC television program. Cover features photographs of Robert Horton and Ward Bond.
Box 2173

Wagon Weel. 2004.

creator: Blood Donor Music.
creator: Dylan, Bob, 1941-
creator: Secor, Ketch

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Darius Rucker.
Box 26

Wagon Wheels. 1934.

Box 543

Wagon Wheels. 1934.

Additional Note

Dudley gift.
Box 14

Wah Hoo. 1936.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Eddie Davis.
Box 529

Wait. 1900.

Scope and Content

Words by Charles Horwitz. Music by Frederick V. Bowers.
Box 580

Wait For Me. 1919.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: 792-4

Scope and Content Note

From: A Lonely Romeo

Additional Note

SCB SY 118461 - 118463
Box 14

Wait for Me Mary. 1942.

Additional Note

Also by Nat Simon and Harry Tobias.
Box 875

Wait For Me Mary. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 2180

Wait Until Your Daddy Comes Home. 1912.

Scope and Content

Composer: Irving Berlin.
Box 14

Waitin' for the Train to Come In. 1945.

Additional Note

Also by Martin Block. Cover features photographs of Johnnie Johnston and Jo Stafford.
Box 758

Waitin' for the Evenin' Mail (Sittin' on the Inside Lookin' at the Outside). 1923.

Additional Note

From the musical, "Dew Drop Inn." Cover features a photograph of James Barton in blackface. Two copies (different covers).
Box 23

Waitin' For The Light To Shine. 1986.

Additional Note

from the Broadway musical "Big River"
Box 14

Waiting. 1944.

Additional Note

Also by Jay Milton and Carl Ravazza.
Box 876

Waiting. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: cartoon rendition of four soldiers and a kissing couple, photograph of Nat Conway
Box 529

Waiting at the Church = My Wife Won't Let Me. 1906.

Scope and Content

Lyrics: Fred W. Leigh. Music: Henry E. Pether.
On cover: photographs of Vesta Victoria.
Box 1204

Waiting at the End of the Road. 1956.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..
Box 47

Waiting for the Robert E. Lee. 1939.

Additional Note

From the MGM motion picture, "Ciaro." Cover features a photograph of Jeanette MacDonald and Robert Young.
Box 463

Waiting For A Girl Like You. 1981.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Foreigner
Box 463

Waiting For Your Love. 1982.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Toto
Box 2173

Wake Me Up. 2013.

creator: Avicii, 1989-
creator: Blacc, Aloe, 1979-
creator: Einziger, Michael
creator: EMI Records Ltd..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Avicii.
Box 6

Wake Me Up When September Ends. 2004.

creator: Armstrong, Billie Joe, 1972-
creator: Green Day (Musical Group).
creator: WB Music Corp..
Box 554

Wake the Town and Tell the People. 1955.

creator: Gallop, Sammy, 1915-1971
creator: Joy Music, Inc..
creator: Livingston, Jerry

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Mindy Carson.
Box 593

Wake Up and Dream. 1929.

Scope and Content

Composer: Cole Porter
From Charles B. Cochran's 1929 Revue.
Box 9

Wake Up and Sing. 1936.

Additional Note

Also by Carmen Lombardo and Charlie Tobias. Cover features photograph of Kate Smith.
Box 49

Wake Up Call. 2007.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: HL00353694

Additional Note

Words and music also by James Valentine. Recorded by Maroon 5.
Box 857

Waking Up In Vegas. 2008.

Additional Note

on cover: red playing card suit pattern background
Box 858

Waking Up In Vegas. 2008.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Katy Perry
Box 417

Walk Away From Love. 1975.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of David Ruffin.
Box 417

Walk On. 1974.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Neil Young
Box 412

Walk On By. 1964.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Sybil
Box 398

Walk Right Back. 1978.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Anne Murray
Box 417

Walk Softly. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Billy "Crash" Craddock.
Box 417

Walk This Way. 1975.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Aerosmith performing live.
Box 577

Walk Up an' See De Show. 1900.

Scope and Content Note

On cover: photograph of Miss Amy Height.
Box 1161

Walker.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 390

Walkin'. 1993.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Cleve Francis
Box 9

Walking in the Woods. 1940.

Box 26

Walkin' My Baby Back Home. 1930.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Johnnie Ray. 2 copies.
Box 391

Walking on Sunshine. 1985.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Katrina and the Waves
Box 391

Walking on the Chinese Wall. 1985.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Philip Bailey
Box 64

Walkin' The Chalk Line. 1943.

Additional Note

From the Monogram motion picture "Campus Rhythm." 2 copies.
Box 14

Walkin' to Missouri. 1952.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Sammy Kaye.
Box 417

Walkin' the Streets Alone. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photographs of The Marshall Tucker Band
Box 412

Walking Away. 1989.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Information Society
Box 1178

Walking Home with Angeline. 1901.

creator: Francis, Day & Hunter, Ltd..
creator: Rundback, John C.
creator: Totten Smith, Geo.

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy, "Kitty Grey." On cover: photograph of Miss Eily Helene.
Box 463

Walking On Thin Ice. 1981.

Box 1161

Walking Watusis.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1137

Wall Flower. 1957.

creator: Arnold, Buddy
creator: Berle, Milton
creator: Carrie Music Co., Inc..
creator: Gelbart, Larry

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Debbie Reynolds.
Box 1161

Wall of O'Lafferty: the Emigrant's Lamet.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1161

Walter Winchell Rhumba.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 53

The Waltons. 1972.

Additional Note

Theme of the Lorimar Productions television series. Cover features a photograph of the cast. 2 copies (1 photocopy).
Box 1167

Waltz. 1913.

creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
creator: Lampe, J. B. (Jens Bodewalt), 1869-1929

Scope and Content

From the comic opera, Adele.
Box 58

Waltz For a Ball. 1957.

Additional Note

From the CBS television production of Rodger's and Hammerstein's Cinderella. 3 copies (different covers).
Box 63

Waltz from The Cardinal. 1963.

Additional Note

From the Otto Preminger motion picture "The Cardinal."
Box 288

Waltz of Love. 1925.

creator: Century Play Co..

Scope and Content

From the comedy, "The Flirting Flapper."
On cover, "Howard Blair, America's greatest female impersonator."
Box 22

Waltz Of The Gipsies. 1937.

Additional Note

from George Black's "London Rhapsody"
Box 1071

Waltz Of The Alamo -- Was I just Another Love Affair To You.

Additional Note

Box NS 313
Box 294

Waltz That Brought You Back to Me. 1932.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): Irving Caesar, Carmen Lombardo
From George White's Music Hall Varieties On cover: photographs of Harry Richman, Lili Damita and Bert Lahr.
Box 985

Waltz With Me.

Additional Note

Box SU 63
Box 9

The Waltz You Saved For Me. 1930.

Additional Note

Music also by Emil Flindt. Cover features photograph of Wayne King.
Box 1161

Waltzing Jim.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 463

The Wanderer. 1980.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Donna Summer
Box 529

Wanderer. 1889.

Scope and Content

Arranger: Monroe H. Rosenfeld.
Box 26

The Wang Wang Blues. 1949.

Box 386

Wang-Wang-Blues. 1921.

Scope and Content

Composers: Leo Wood, Gus Meuller, "Buster" Johnson, Henry Busse
From: Ziegfeld Follies of 1921
On cover: photograph of Van & Schenck.
Box 417

Wang-Dang-Doodle. 1974.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Pointer Sisters
Box 463

Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'. 1983.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Michael Jackson
Box 1161

Wanna Go Back to You.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 985

Want a Little Lovin.

Additional Note

Box SU 63
Box 2173

Want U Back. 2011.

creator: EMI April Music Inc..
creator: Kotecha, Savan
creator: Schuster, Johan
Box 2173

Wanted. 2011.

creator: Hayes, Hunter, 1991-
creator: Songs of Universal.
creator: Verges, Troy

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Hunter Hayes.
Box 654

Wanted (Someone to Love Me). 1932.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of the Silvertone Melody Boys.
Box 591

War Brides. 1916.

creator: Calhoun, John C.
creator: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Nazimova.
Box 1161

War Dance for Wooden Indians.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 463

War Games. 1983.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Crosby, Stills & Nash
Box 874

The War Must Be Won! (Help Your Uncle Sammy). 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 398

War Song. 1972.

Box 398

Warm Love. 1973.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Van Morrison
Box 463

Warm Ride. 1978.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Rare Earth
Box 20

Warner Bros'. Song Folio. 1939.

Box 1161

Warsaw Concerto.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1161

Was Dog a Doughnut.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 886

Was I Wrong About You -- Waydown Upon The Swanee River.

Additional Note

Box NS 314
Box 14

Was it a Dream. 1928.

Additional Note

Also by Larry Spier and Addy Britt.
Box 9

Was That the Human Thing to Do?. 1931.

Additional Note

Cover features photograph of Guy Lombardo.
Box 1204

Was There Ever a Pal Like You. 1919.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..
Box 386

Wasn't It Nice. 1926.

Scope and Content

Composers: Irving Caesar, Rudolf Friml
From: Ziegfeld's American Revue of 1926 (glorifying the American girl)
Box 2180

Wasn't It Yesterday. 1917.

Scope and Content

Composer: Irving Berlin.
On cover: photograph of Nora Bayes and Irving Fisher.
Box 1147

Washboard Blues.

Additional Note

Box SU 12
Box 1330

Washin' the Blues From My Soul. 1930.

Scope and Content

Composers: Willard Robinson, Dave Oppenheim.
Box 583

Washing the World.

Physical Description: ozalid copy

Scope and Content Note

From the musical, "Hair."

Additional Note

SCB SY 118315
Box 14

Washington. 1919.

Box 294

Washington, He Was a Wonderful Man. 1933.

Scope and Content

Composer: George M. Cohan
From: George Washington, Jr.
Box 47

Washington Square Dance. 1950.

Additional Note

From the motion picture, "Call Me Madam." Cover features a photograph of Ethel Merman, Donald O'Connor, Vera Ellen and George Sanders.
Box 53

Washington Square. 1956.

Additional Note

From the NBC television series, "Washington Square." Cover features a photograph of Ray Bolger.
Box 463

Wasted on the Way. 1982.

Box 417

Wasted Time. 1977.

Box 985

Wasting My Love On You.

Additional Note

Box SU 63
Box 398

Watch Closely Now. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Kris Kristofferson kissing an unidentified woman
Box 463

Watch Closely Now: Made Easy For Piano. 1977.

Box 2180

Watch Your Step. 1915.

Box 49

Watching Airplanes. 2007.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: HL00353727

Additional Note

Words and music also by Jonathan Singleton. Recorded by Gary Allan.
Box 399

Watching the River Flow. 1971.

Box 417

Watching the River Run. 1974.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Loggins & Messina
Box 2173

Watching You Watch Him. 2011.

creator: Hutchinson, Eric, 1980-
creator: Moody's Store For Men Music.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Eric Hutchinson.
Box 2173

Wasting All These Tears. 2013.

creator: Gaalswyk, Rollie
creator: Music of Stage Three.
creator: Smith , Caitlyn

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Cassadee Pope.
Box 25

Water. 2009.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Brad Paisley
Box 1161

Water Bug.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 417

Water Sign. 1977.

Additional Note

on cover: stylized drawing of Gary Wright
Box 22

Water Sprites. 1923.

Box 463

Waterfall. 1975.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Carly Simon
Box 1147

Watermelon Weather.

Additional Note

Box SU 12
Box 876

Wave That Flag, America. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: pictures of numerous American flags
Box 14

Waves of the Danube. 1922.

Box 1161

Waves of the Danube.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 922

Wavin' Flag (Coca-Cola Celebration Mix). 2009.

Scope and Content Note

2010 FIFA World Cup Anthem.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of K'Naan.
Box 2173

Way, The. 2013.

creator: Almo Music Corp.
creator: Lambert, Al Sherrod
creator: McCormick, Malcolm
creator: Russell, Brenda
creator: Samuels, Harmony
creator: Sparks, Jordin
creator: Streeter, Amber

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Ariana Grande.
Box 1191

Way Back. 1907.

creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
creator: Keith, Lester
creator: Kemble, John

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy, "Fascinating Flora."
Box 858

Way Back Into Love. 2007.

Additional Note

from the motion picture "Valentine's Day." on cover: photograph of Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore.
Box 1137

Way Down. 1977.

creator: Martine, Layng, Jr.
creator: Ray Stevens Music.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Elvis Presley.
Box 1161

Way Down East.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1185

Way Down in Colon Town. 1907.

creator: Hoffmann, Max, 1873-1963
creator: Madden, Edward
creator: Rogers Bros. Music Pub. Co..

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy, "In Panama." On cover: photograph of Marion Stanley.
Box 865

Way Down in My Heart. 1925.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Charles Dornberger.
Box 26

Way Down Yonder In New Orleans. 1922.

Box 887

Way Down Yonder In The Cornfield -- We Walked In The Garden.

Additional Note

Box NS 315
Box 922

The Way I Am. 2006.

Box 390

The Way I Feel About You. 1991.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Karyn White
Box 857

The Way That I Love You. 2008.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Ashanti
Box 1137

Way Out There. 1936.

creator: Cross & Winge, Inc..
creator: Nolan, Bob

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Sons of the Pioneers.
Box 54

The Way to a Family's Heart. 1957.

Additional Note

From the television program, "Ruggles of Red Gap."
Box 577

The Way to Kiss a Girl. 1898.

Scope and Content Note

On cover: photograph of Miss Lily Morris.
Box 9

The Way We Were. 1973.

Additional Note

Lyrics also by Marilyn Bergman. Cover features photograph of Dan Coates. Simplified arrangement by Dan Coates.
Box 1203

Way We Were. 1973.

creator: Bergman, Alan
creator: Bergman, Marilyn
creator: Colgems Music Corp..
creator: Hamlisch, Marvin

Scope and Content

From the motion picture of the same title. On cover: photograph of Barbra Streisand.
Box 390

The Way We Were: Easy Organ Arrangement. 1973.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Dave Kopp
Box 399

The Way We Were. 1973.

Box 593

Way West. 1967.

Scope and Content

Composers: Mack David, Bronislaw Kaper
From the motion picture of the same title.
Box 1203

Way You Look To Night. 1936.

creator: Chappell & Co..
creator: Fields, Dorothy, 1905-1974
creator: Kern, Jerome, 1885-1945

Scope and Content

From the motion picture, "Swing Time." On cover: photograph of Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire.
Box 14

The Wayward Wind. 1956.

Additional Note

Also written by Stan Lebowsky. Cover features a photograph of Gogi Grant.
Box 469

We Are All Made of Stars. 2002.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: PVM02052 Warner-Tamerlane

Additional Note

SCB SZ 02-129
Box 525

We Are Almost There. 1900?.

Box 65

We Are Brothers In Arms. 1953.

Additional Note

From the Paramount motion picture "Cease Fire."
Box 417

We Are Family. 1979.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Sister Sledge
Box 2173

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. 2012.

creator: Martin, Max
creator: Shellback
creator: Sony/ATV Music Publishing.
creator: Swift, Taylor
Box 54

We Are Santa's Elves. 1964.

Additional Note

From the Videocraft television musical spectacular "Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer." 2 copies.
Box 876

We are the Navy Mothers of America. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: photographs of Mrs. Smith and her twin sons, Bill and Bob. Two copies.
Box 922

We are the World 25 For Haiti. 2010.

Additional Note

Two copies.
Box 2173

We Are Young. 2011.

creator: Antonoff, Jack
creator: Bhasker, Jeff
creator: Dost, Andrew
creator: Ruess, Nathaniel
creator: Sony/ATV Music Publishing.
Box 398

We Belong. 1984.

Box 1137

We Call on Him. 1968.

creator: Gladys Music, Inc..
creator: Karger, Fred
creator: Wayne, Sid
creator: Weisman, Ben

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Elvis Presley.
Box 464

We Can. 2003.

Scope and Content Note

From the motion picture, "Legally Blonde 2."

Additional Note

SCB SZMP 04-6
Box 1137

We Can Make the Morning. 1970.

creator: Elvis Presley Music, Inc..
creator: Ramsey, Jay

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Elvis Presley.
Box 399

We Can Work It Out. 1965.

Box 2173

We Can't Stop. 2013.

creator: Cyrus, Miley, 1992-
creator: Davis, Doug, 1948-
creator: Slaughter, Pierre
creator: Thomas, Theron
creator: Thomas, Timothy
creator: Tondolea Land Music Publishing.
creator: Walters, Ricky
creator: Williams, Michael

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of MIley Cyrus.
Box 26

We Could Make Such Beautiful Music. 1940.

Box 872

We Did It Before And We Can Do It Again. 1941.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 1161

We Found Love.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 2173

We Found Love. 2011.

creator: EMI Records Ltd..
creator: Harris, Calvin, 1984-

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Rihanna.
Box 14

We Go Marching. 1943.

Box 399

We Got A Dream (I've Got A Dream). 1970.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Ocean
Box 390

We Got the Love. 1993.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Restless Heart
Box 1204, Box 2180

We Have Much to be Thankful For. 1913.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin Standard Music Corp..

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Madeliine Nash, Madge Maitland, and Dorothy Aubrey.
Box 1164

We Laugh, We Love, We Live. 1912.

Scope and Content Note

From: The Queen of the Movies.
Box 876

We Love This Land. 1923.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 985

We Love it.

Additional Note

Box SU 63
Box 1203

We May Never Love Like This Again. 1974.

creator: Hirschhorn, Joel
creator: Kasha, Al
creator: WB Music Corp..

Scope and Content

From the motion picture, "The Towering Inferno."
Box 398

We May Never Love Like This Again: Made Easy For Piano. 1975.

Box 417

We May Never Pass This Way Again. 1973.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Seals & Crofts
Box 1185

We Met in San Francisco (In Any Old Town at All). 1912.

creator: Conlan, Francis X.
creator: Leo Feist, Inc..

Scope and Content

From "In Sunny Spain.
Box 872

We Must Be Vigilant. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: photograph of Phil Spitalny and his All-Girl Orchestra
Box 876

We Must Be Vigilant. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: photograph of Phil Spitalny and his All Girl Orchestra
Box 876

We Must Conquer. 1945.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: the silhouette of a soldier against an American flag
Box 14

We Mustn't Say Goodbye. 1943.

Additional Note

From the film, "Stage Door Canteen."
Box 875

We Mustn't Say Goodbye. 1953.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: picture of a man kissing a woman. From Sol Lesser's Production "Stage Door Canteen." Two copies.
Box 1317

We Need a Little Christmas. 1966.

Scope and Content

Composer: Jerry Herman.
On cover: photograph of The Golddiggers.
Box 1317

We Need God For Christmas. 1953.

Scope and Content

Composers: Alma F. Donaldson, Ernest Tubb.
On cover: photograph of Ernest Tubb.
Box 872

We Never, Never Lost A War (And Never, Never Will). 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: photograph of Joseph E. Howard
Box 812

We Open in Venice. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

From the show, "Kiss Me Kate."

Additional Note

Two copies.
Box 2173

We Owned the Night. 2011.

creator: Davidson, Dallas
creator: EMI Blackwood Music Inc..
creator: Haywood, Dave
creator: Kelley, Charles

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Lady Antebellum.
Box 1115

We R Who We R. 2010.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Kesha.
Box 525

We Stodd Beside the Window. 1845.

Box 9

We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me). 1940.

Additional Note

Words and music also by Nelson Cogane and Sammy Mysels. Cover (back) features photograph of Ray Herbeck.
Box 14

We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me). 1940.

Additional Note

Words and music also by Nelson Cogane and Sammy Mysels. Two copies with different covers.
Box 758

We Two. 1923.

Additional Note

From the musical, "Dew Drop Inn." Two copies.
Box 882

We Want Beer -- Welcome Home.

Additional Note

Box NS 316
Box 354

We Were Dancing. 1935.

Scope and Content

Composer: Noel Coward
From Tonight at 8:30.
On covers: photograph of Gertrude Lawrence and Graham Payn, and Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence.
Box 412

We Were Meant To Be Lovers. 1988.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of David Slater
Box 2173

We Were Us. 2013.

creator: EMI April Music Inc..
creator: Galyon, Nicholle
creator: Nite, Jon
creator: Robbins, Jimmy

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Keith Urban.
Box 1215

We Will Meet Again in Honolulu. 1943.

Scope and Content

Lyric: Arthur Freed Music: Nacio Herb Brown.
Box 1317

We Wish You a Merry Christmas. 1951.

Scope and Content

Composer: Paul Campbell.
On cover: photograph of The Weavers.
Box 1168

We'll Be Alone at Last. 1916.

creator: Cohan, George M. (George Michael), 1878-1942

Scope and Content

From The Cohan Revue, 1916.
Box 21

We'll Dance Until The Dawn. 1931.

Additional Note

from George White's production "Flying High"
Box 21

We'll Dance Until the Dawn. 1931.

creator: Fields, Dorothy, 1905-1974
creator: McHugh, Jimmy
creator: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp..

Scope and Content

From the musical, Flying High.
Box 758

We'll Dilly Dally Along. 1932.

Additional Note

From the musical revue, "Dilly Dally."
Box 874

We'll Follow MacArthur To The End. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 21

We'll Gather Lilacs. 1945.

creator: Chappell & Co..
creator: Novello, Ivor

Scope and Content

From the musical, Perchance to Dream.
Box 21

We'll Gather Lilacs. 1945.

Additional Note

from "Penchance To Dream"
Box 1168

We'll Have a Little Cottage. 1917.

creator: Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, Ltd..
creator: Braham, Philip, 1881-1934
creator: Melford, Austin

Scope and Content

From Andre Charlot's comedy theatre production, "Bubbly."
Box 876

We'll Keep 'Em Flyin'. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: photograph of "Skeets" Yaney
Box 876

We'll Knock The Japs Right Into The Laps Of The Nazis. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: picture of a fist
Box 877

We'll Meet Again. 1939.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. on cover: photograph of Joe Loss
Box 21

We'll Never Know. 1938.

Box 1204

We'll Never Know. 1953.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..
Box 14

We'll Sing in the Sunshine. 1964.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Gale Garnett.
Box 876

We're A Long Way From Home. 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: picture of the American flag
Box 417

We're All Alone. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Frankie Valli
Box 463

We're All Alone. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Rita Coolidge
Box 872

We're Gonna Have to Slap the Dirty Little Jap (And Uncle Sam's the Guy Who Can Do It). 1941.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 875

We're In To Win. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 874

We're Marching On To Victory. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. on cover: photograph of Pvt. Franklin Wade
Box 876

We're On Our Way. 1944.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: cartoon rendition of a line of marching soldiers
Box 876

We're On Our Way (Infantry Song). 1944.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: cartoon rendition of an infantryman charging
Box 876

We're Ridin' For Uncle Sammy, Now!. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: drawing of a cowboy and photograph of Bob Crosby
Box 872

We're Rolling (Keep Rolling). 1943.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 874

We're the Marines. 1944.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 1215

We're Together Again. 1933.

Scope and Content

Lyric: Arthur Freed. Music: Nacio Herb Brown.
On covers: photographs of Phil Harris, Ben Bernie and Gus Arnheim.
Box 417

We've Got Love. 1979.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Peaches & Herb
Box 463

We've Got Tonite. 1978.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Bob Seger
Box 9

We've Only Just Begun. 1970.

Additional Note

Cover features photograph of The Carpenters.
Box 21

We've Only Just Begun. 1970.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Carpenters
Box 26

We've Only Just Begun. 1970.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of The Carpenters
Box 876

We've Rolled Up The Old Umbrella (And Grabbed Our Old Tin Hat). 1939.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: cartoon rendition of an umbrella and a tin hat
Box 494

Weak For Love. 1994.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: JG2091 Joe Goldfeder Music Enterprises

Scope and Content Note

Love theme from the television series, "General Hospital."

Additional Note

SCB SZTV 94-4
Box 1137

Wear My Ring Around Your Neck. 1958.

creator: Carroll, Bert
creator: Elvis Presley Music, Inc..
creator: Moody, Russell

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Elvis Presley.
Box 51

Weary Feet. 1938.

Additional Note

Also written by Clarence Muse and Elliot Carpenter. From the motion picture, "Jungle Menace." Cover features a photograph of Frank Buck.
Box 398

Weave Me the Sunshine. 1972.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Peter Yarrow
Box 9

Wedding March.

Box 14

Midsummer Night's Dream. Wedding March. 1935.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Dorothy Page.
Box 14

The Wedding Samba. 1947.

Additional Note

Also by: Allan Small and Joseph Liebowitz. Also recorded as "The Wedding Rhumba."
Box 14

Wedding Bell Blues. 1966.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of The Fifth Dimension.
Box 398

Wedding Bell Blues. 1966.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Laura Nyro
Box 554

Wedding Bells (Are Breaking Up That Old Gang of Mine).

creator: Fain, Sammy, 1902-1989
creator: Kahal, Irving, 1903-1942
creator: Raskin, Willie
creator: Waterson, Berliin & Snyder Co..

Scope and Content

Last page of music only.
Box 22

The Wedding Of The Painted Doll. 1929.

Box 27

The Wedding Of The Painted Doll. 1929.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Gerladine Beaumont and Anne Beaumont
Box 654

The Wedding of the Painted Doll. 1929.

Box 1161

Wedding of the Painted Doll.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 854

Wedding of the Painted Doll. 1929.

creator: Brown, Nacio Herb, 1896-1964
creator: Freed, Arthur, 1894-1973
creator: sherman, Clay & Co..

Scope and Content

from the MGM motion picture, Broadway Melody. On cover: photograph of Geraldine Beaumont and Anne Beaumont.
Box 654

Wedding Song. 1941.

Box 26

Wedding Song (There Is Love). 1971.

Box 398

Wedding Song (There Is Love). 1972.

Box 412

Wedding Song (There Is Love). 1987.

Box 417

Wedding Song (There Is Love). 1973.

Box 857

Wedding Song (There Is Love). 1999.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of a bride and groom dancing
Box 909

Week End of a Private Secretary.

Additional Note

Box SU 44
Box 14

Weekend in New England. 1976.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Barry Manilow.
Box 872

Weep No More My Lady. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift.
Box 877

Weep No More. 1941.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. on cover: photograph of Jack White
Box 56

Welcome Christmas. 1966.

Additional Note

From the television program, "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
Box 62

Welcome Egg Head (the Freshman Song). 1955.

Additional Note

From the motion picture, "Daddy Long Legs." 3 copies (different covers). One cover features an illustration of Fred Astaire and Leslie Caron.
Box 417

Welcome Back. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of John Sebastian
Box 398

Welcome Back: Made Easy For Piano. 1976.

Box 1317

Welcome Christmas. 1966.

Scope and Content

From the television program, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
Box 1330

Welcome Home. 1944.

creator: Cunningham, Paul, 1890-1960
creator: Mills Music.
creator: Tucker, Tommy
creator: Whitcup, Leonard

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Dick Haymes.
Box 2180

Welcome Home. 1913.

Scope and Content

Composer: Irving Berlin.
On cover: photograph of the Florie Le Vere Trio.
Box 909

Welcome Stranger.

Additional Note

Box SU 44
Box 494

Welcome to the Edge. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Performed on the daytime drama, "Santa Barbara."

Additional Note

SCB SZTV 90-4
Box 399

Welcome to the Pleasure Dome. 1985.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Box 463

Welcome To My Nightmare. 1975.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Alice Cooper
Box 1137

Welcome to My World. 1962.

creator: Hathcock, John
creator: Tuckahoe Music, Inc..
creator: Winkler, Ray

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Elvis Presley.
Box 398

Well All Right. 1958.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Santana
Box 529

Well-Beloved California. 1913.

Scope and Content

Words by Charles W. Carruth. Music by William W. Carruth.
Box 865

Well Did You Evah?. 1956.

Scope and Content Note

From the motion picture, "High Society."

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra.
Box 21

We'll Never Know. 1938.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..
Box 577

Went. 1900?.

Scope and Content Note

On cover: drawing of Harry Freeman.
Box 54

We're a Couple of Misfits. 1964.

Additional Note

From the Videocraft television musical spectacular "Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer."
Box 583

We're a Home. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

From the musical, "Here's Where I Belong."

Additional Note

SCB SY 118318
Box 654

We're Going Over. 1917.

Additional Note

Also written by Arthur Lange.
Box 480

We're So Good Together. 1998.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: PVM00168 Warner Bros.

Additional Note

SCB SZ 01-28
Box 812

Were Thine That Special Face. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

From the show, "Kiss Me Kate."

Additional Note

6 copies.
Box 14

The West, a Nest and You. 1923.

Additional Note

Also composed by Billy Hill.
Box 144

West O' the Wide Missouri. 1967.

Scope and Content Note

From: "The one and only, genuine, original family band" /

Additional Note

SCB SX 114003
Box 1161

(The Official) West Point March.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 554

West Side Story. 1958.

creator: Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990
creator: G. Schirmer, Inc..

Scope and Content

Piano selection.
Box 1111

West Wind -- What A Man.

Additional Note

Box NS 318
Box 1168

Wet Day. 1897.

creator: Boosey & Hawkes. (Firm)
creator: Greenbank, Harry
creator: Monckton, Lionel

Scope and Content

From the musical play, The Circus Girl.
Box 543

We've Come A Long Way Together. 1939.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians. Dudley gift.
Box 21

We've Only Just Begun. 1970.

creator: Irving Music, Inc..
creator: Nichols, Roger
creator: Williams, Paul

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of The Carpenters.
Box 14

What a Difference a Day Made. 1934.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Guy Lombardo.
Box 417

What A Fool Believes. 1979.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Doobie Brothers
Box 463

What A Fool Believes: Made Easy For Piano. 1979.

Box 9

What a Fool I've Been (To Believe in You). 1930.

Additional Note

Words and music also by Henri Gendron. Cover features photograph of Henri Gendron.
Box 1154

What A Heavenly Night For Love. 1956.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph Dinah Shore SU 4
Box 1154

What A Lovely Afternoon. 1956.

Box 1154

What a Lovely Afternoon.

Scope and Content Note

Based on Dvorak's Humoreque.

Additional Note

Box SU 4
Box 1110

What A Night -- What Do You Say?.

Additional Note

Box NS 319
Box 583

What a Piece of Work is Man.

Physical Description: ozalid copy

Scope and Content Note

From the musical, "Hair."

Additional Note

SCB SY 118316
Box 1161

What a Pity.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 398

What a Shame. 1973.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Foghat
Box 1137

What a Wonderful Life. 1962.

creator: Gladys Music, Inc..
creator: Livingston, Jerry
creator: Wayne, Sid

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Elvis Presley.
Box 1

What a Wonderful Love That Would Be. 1914.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): George Whiting, Paul Cunningham, Alfred J. Doyle
From: the Ziegfeld Follies of 1914
On cover: photograph of Georg ehiting and Sadie Burt.
Box 654

What a Wonderful Mother You'd Be. 1915.

Box 391

What A Wonderful World. 1967.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Louis Armstrong. featured in the Touchstone Pictures Motion Picture "Good Morning Vietnam"
Box 14

What a Wonderful World it Would Be. 1923.

Box 386

What a World This Would Be. 1921.

Scope and Content

Composers:B.G. De Sylva, Dave Stamper
From: Ziegfeld Follies of 1921
Box 471

What About Now. 1998.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: HL00352182
Box 471

What About Now. 1999.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: PVM00078
Box 1343

What Aloha Means. 1923.

Scope and Content

Composer: Kaimanahila.
Box 1317

What Am I Gonna Do This Christmas. 1950.

Scope and Content

Composers: George Bledsoe, Bernice Givens.
On cover: photograph of Frankie Laine.
Box 25

What Am I Trying To Forget?. 1955.

Additional Note

"artist copy"
Box 14

What are You Doing New Year's Eve. 1947.

Additional Note

Cover features a photograph of Kay Kyser.
Box 1170

What Are We Coming To. 1912.

creator: Kummer, Clare Beecher, 1886-1958
creator: T.B. Harms Company.

Scope and Content

From the comedy, "The Opera Ball." On cover: photograph of Marie Cahill.
Box 463

What Are We Doing Lonesome. 1982.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers Band
Box 1204

What Are We Gonna Do With All the Jeeps. 1944.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..
Box 463

What Can I Do For You?. 1975.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Labelle
Box 417

What Can I Say. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Boz Scaggs
Box 8

What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry. 1926.

Box 47

What Chance Have I With Love. 1950.

Additional Note

From the film, "Call Me Madam." Cover features a photograph of Ethel Merman, Donald O'Connor, Vera Ellen and George Sanders.
Box 1317

What Child is This. 1948.

Box 1317

What Christmas Means to Me. 1948.

Scope and Content

Composer: Mildred Souers.
Box 1203

What Did Dick Tracy Do Today. 1947.

creator: Dowling, Eddie
creator: Gould, Chester
creator: Hillebrand, Fred, 1893-1963
creator: Mills Music.
Box 66

What Did Romeo Say to Juliet. 1938.

Additional Note

From the Paramount motion picture, "College Swing." Cover features photographs of George Burns, Gracie Allen, Martha Raye and Bob Hope.
Box 985

What Did Ja Wanna Make Me Love You For.

Additional Note

Box SU 63
Box 47

What Do the Simple Folk Do. 1961.

Additional Note

From "Camelot."
Box 23

What Do We Do On A Dew-Dew-Dewy Day. 1927.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Harry Goldfield
Box 49

What Do Ya Think About That. 2006.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: HL00353715

Additional Note

Music and lyrics also by Brett Jones. Recorded by Montgomery Gentry.
Box 9

What Do You Do In the Infantry. 1943.

Box 1112

What Do You Say Boys -- What This Country Needs Is A Song.

Additional Note

Box NS 320
Box 26

What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For?. 1944.

Box 876

What Does A Soldier Dream Of?. 1942.

Additional Note

Truesdell gift. On cover: various cartoon renditions of couples kissing, dancing, walking, etc.
Box 1204, Box 555

What Does it Matter?. 1927.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..
Box 1328

What Ev'ry Girl Should Know. 1954.

Scope and Content

Lyrics: Robert Wells. Music: David Holt.
On cover: photograph of Doris Day.
Box 1179

What Fools We Mortals Be. 1908.

creator: Cohan & Harris Publishing Co..
creator: Herbert, Victor
creator: Smith, Harry B.

Scope and Content

From the production, "Little Nemo."
Box 3

What Good Is Water When You're Dry. 1910.

creator: Goetz, E. Ray (Edward Ray), 1886-1954
creator: Kendis and Paley.
creator: Shapiro Music Publishing Co..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Nora Bayes.
Box 21

What Harlem Is To Me. 1935.

creator: Denniker, Paul, 1897-
creator: Mills Music.
creator: Razaf, Andy
creator: Wooding, Russell

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Elizabeth Welch
Box 3

What Has the Nighttime to do With the Girl. 1906.

creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
creator: Jerome, William, 1865-1932
creator: Schwartz, Jean

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Hardie Langdon and Rose Jeannette.
Box 3

What Have I Done to Make You Stop Loving Me. 1918.

creator: Blyler, James
creator: Daniels & Wilson Music Publishers.
creator: De Sylva, B.G. (Buddy Gard), 1896-1950
creator: Dent, Vernon
Box 51

What Have You Done for Me Lately. 1952.

Additional Note

From the Paramount motion picture, "Jumping Jacks." Cover features photographs of Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin and Mona Freeman.
Box 25

What I Did For Love. 1975.

Additional Note

From the production "A Chorus Line".
Box 555

What I Did For Love. 1975.

creator: Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc..
creator: Hamlisch, Marvin
creator: Kleban, Edward
Box 471

What I Need to Do. 1999.

Additional Note

SCB SZ00 66
Box 3

What I Owe You. 1916.

creator: Goodwin, Joe, 1889-1943
creator: Mohr, Halsey K.
creator: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co..
Box 394

What I Really Meant to Say. 1999.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: HL00352358 Sony/ATV

Additional Note

SCB SZ 01-225
Box 412

What I'd Say. 1988.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Earl Thomas Conley
Box 3

What is a Home Without Love. 1900.

creator: Chas. K. Harris.
creator: Clauder, Jos. (Joseph), 1853-1913
creator: Harris, Chas. K. (Charles Kassell), 1864-1930

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Eugene Wiener, Mary Lane and Flossie Allen.
Box 3

What is a Night Without Dreams. 1910.

creator: Mahoney, Jack
creator: Morse, Theodore
creator: Theodore Morse Music Co..
Box 14

What is a Song. 1928.

Box 58

What is Different About Today. 1964.

Additional Note

From the "Dr. Kildare" television series. Cover features a photograph of Richard Chamberlain.
Box 417

What Is Hip?. 1974.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Tower of Power
Box 3

What is Home Without a Wife. 1913.

creator: Brooks, Vivian
creator: Paddock, Pearl L.
Box 14

What is Love. 1945.

Additional Note

Words and music also by Ray Bloch and Bernared maltin. Based on Chopin's "Polonaise Militaire." Cover features a drawing of Chopin.
Box 1154

What is Love.

Scope and Content Note

Based in Chopin's Polonaise Militaire.

Additional Note

Box SU 4
Box 56

What is the Secret of Your Success?. 1955.

Additional Note

From the Producer's Showcase television production, "The King and Mrs. Candle." Cover features a photograph of Cyril Ritchard. 2 copies (one an advance copy).
Box 3

What is the Use to Remember When the Girl You Remember Forgets. 1911.

creator: Edwards, Ed.
creator: Longbrake & Edwards.
creator: Longbrake, Arthur

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Wm. Holland.
Box 3

What is the World Without You. 1910.

creator: Hayden Clarendon, J.
creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
Box 192

What is Youth. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

From the motion picture, "Romeo and Juliet."

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting. Three copies, different covers.
Box 3

What It Is. 1893.

creator: Gilbert, Geo.
creator: White Smith Music Publishing, Co..
creator: White, D.L.
Box 1137

What Is It About You. 1941.

creator: Wells, Lottie
creator: Wells, Maurice

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Dale Evans.
Box 3

What It Takes to Make Me Love You You've Got It. 1914.

creator: Europe, James Reese, 1881-1919
creator: Johnson, James Weldon, 1871-1938
creator: Jos. W. Stern & Co..
Box 3

What Kind of American Are You, What Are You Doing Over Here. 1917.

creator: Broadway Music Publishing Co..
creator: Brown, Lew
creator: McCarron, Chas.
creator: Von Tilzer, Albert
Box 24

What Kind Of Fool Am I?. 1961.

Additional Note

From the David Merrick-Bernard Delfont production "Stop The World--I Want To Get Off"
Box 25

What Kind of Fool Am I?. 1961.

Additional Note

From the production "Stop the World - I Want To Get Off".
Box 3

What Made the Boys Like Rosie. 1912.

creator: Ayer, Nat D., 1887-1952
creator: Brown, A. Seymour, 1885-1947
creator: Grant, Bert, 1878-1951
creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
Box 3

What Makes Me Love You the Way I Do. 1911.

creator: Barber, Barney
creator: Gotham-Attucks Music Co..
creator: Mack, Cecil
Box 3

What Makes the World Go Round. 1908.

creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
creator: Van Alstyne, Egbert
creator: Williams, Harry
Box 2173

What Makes You Beautiful. 2011.

creator: Falk, Carl, 1980-
creator: Kotecha, Savan
creator: Yacoub, Rami
Box 3

What Might Have Been. 1908.

creator: Clark, Dave J.
creator: Gumble, Albert, 1883-1946
creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Bessie Wynn.
Box 3

What Might Have Been. 1896.

creator: Brydges, Castell
Box 3

What Might Have Been. 1900.

creator: Walton, Henry

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Sydney Deane.
Box 3

What Money Can't Buy. 1915.

creator: Joe Morris Music Co..
creator: Lange, Arthur, 1889-1956
creator: Rosenfeld, Monroe H.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Eva Tanguay.
Box 3

What More Can a Woman Give. 1918.

creator: Jos. W. Stern & Co..
creator: Porter, Lewis
creator: Rosenfeld, Monroe H.
Box 3

What More Can You Ask of Me. 1917.

creator: Hamilton, Ted, 1937-
creator: Landers, Ernest D.
creator: Walter Jacobs.
Box 3

What Name is Sweeter Than Sweetheart. 1914.

creator: Allen, Thos. S., 1876-1919
creator: O.E. Story.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Billy Coty.
Box 463

What Now My Love. 1962.

Box 1137

What Now, What Next, Where To. 1963.

creator: Blair, Hal, 1915-2001
creator: Gladys Music, Inc..
creator: Robertson, Don

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Elvis Presley.
Box 865

What Takes My Fancy. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

From the show, "Wildcat."

Additional Note

On cover: drawing of Lucille Ball.
Box 398

What the Big Girls Do. 1984.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Van Stephenson
Box 3

What the Brass Band Played. 1904.

creator: Drislane, Jack
creator: F.B. Haviland Publishing Company.
creator: Morse, Theodore

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Etta Williams, Frank W. Shea, Bob Roberts, Greg Patt, The Mound City Quartette, and Flossie Allen.
Box 3

What the Engine Done. 1911.

creator: Copeland, Les (Musician)

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Mr. Neil O'Brien in blackface.
Box 1115

What the Hell. 2010.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Avril Lavigne.
Box 412

What the World Needs Now Is Love. 1965.

Box 25

What The World Needs Now Is Love. 1965.

Box 14

What the World Needs Now is Love. 1965.

Box 3

What the Yankee Doodle Doo. 1918.

creator: Acme Music Publishing Co..
creator: Beckworth, Katherine
creator: Beckworth, O.Q.
Box 3

What the Yankee Doodle Doo. 1918.

creator: Brown, John
creator: Jackson, John
creator: Sensational Brown Brothers.
Box 3

What the Yankee's Will Do Over There. 1918.

creator: Chas. W. Hatch Music Pub. Co..
creator: Read, Martha

Scope and Content

On cover: photographs of Sergeant Ormond D. Sutton and Jane Greene.
Box 1069

What This Country Needs Is Foo -- What's The Use Of Breaking Up.

Additional Note

Box NS 321
Box 417

What Will Become Of Me. 1973.

Box 3

What Will Become of Your Little Doll Girl. 1917.

creator: Gaston, Will
creator: Song Review Co., Inc..
Box 909

What Will I Do Without You: What Will You Do Without Me.

Additional Note

Box SU 44
Box 24

What Will I Tell My Heart?. 1937.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Fats Domino
Box 1317

What Will Santa Claus Say (When He Finds Everybody Swingin'). 1936.

Scope and Content

Composer: Louis Prima.
On cover: photograph of Louis Prima.
Box 3

What Will the Poor Girls Do. 1916.

creator: Westland, Ben
Box 577

What Will You Have Next. 1900.

Scope and Content Note

On cover: photograph of Wilkie Bard.
Box 3

What Will Your Answer Be. 1907.

creator: Cupero, Eddie V.
creator: Helf & Hager Co..

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Elizabeth Day Rees and Lew Dockstader.
Box 23

What Word Is Sweeter Than Sweetheart. 1941.

creator: Erickson, Jack, 1989-
creator: Reis and Taylor.
creator: Taylor, Larry
Box 3

What Would Become of New York Town if Broadway Wasn't there. 1910.

creator: Costello, B.J.
creator: F.A. Mills (Firm).
creator: Mills, Kerry
creator: Sterling, Andrew B.
Box 354

What Would I Care. 1929.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby
From: Top Speed
Box 3

What Would I Do Without You. 1916.

creator: Frank K. Root & Co..
creator: Frost, Jack, 1893-1959
creator: Keithley, E. Clinton, 1880-1955
Box 3

What Would I Do Without You. 1919.

creator: Treadway, Lila Ridgway
Box 3

What Would I Do Without You. 1914.

creator: F.A. Mills (Firm).
creator: Gilbert, L. Wolfe (Louis Wolfe), 1886-1970
creator: Muir, Lewis F.

Scope and Content

On item: photograph of Emma Carus.
Box 3

What Would Mama Say. 1910.

creator: Bernahl & Vietry.
creator: F.B. Haviland Pub., Co..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Libbie Putnam.
Box 57

What Would They Say. 1972.

Additional Note

From the television production, "The Boy in the Plastic Bubble." Cover features a photograph of John Travolta.
Box 398

What Would the Children Think. 1972.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Rick Springfield
Box 456

What Would You Do. 1999.

Additional Note

Publisher no.: HL00352325 Hal Leonard

Additional Note

SCB SZ 01-137
Box 3

What Would You Do For $50,000. 1915.

creator: Bryan, Alfred, 1871-1958
creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
creator: Paley, Herman
Box 3

What Would You Say, What Would You Do?. 1904.

creator: Hamilton S. Gordon.
creator: MacEvoy, J.L.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Eva M. James.
Box 3

What Would You Take For Me Mama. 1906.

creator: Cobb, Will. D., 1876-1930
creator: F.B. Haviland Publishing Company.
creator: Morse, Theodore

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Beatrice Golden.
Box 3

What Would You Take For Me Papa. 1889.

creator: W.F. Shaw.
creator: Westendorf, Thomas P.
Box 48

What Wouldcha Do Without Me. 1953.

Additional Note

As sung in "The Caddy" starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, a Paramount release.
Box 3

What Yer Can't Get Yer Got to do Without. 1906.

creator: Henry Krey Music Co..
creator: McDonnell, N.D.
creator: Rourke, John F.
Box 3

What You Goin' to do When the Rend Comes 'Round (Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown). 1905.

creator: Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co..
creator: Sterling, Andrew B.
creator: Von Tilzer, Harry

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Ethel Robinson, Beatrice Rennier and Elsie Gourdier, Madge Fox, Baby Evelyn, Bessie Clifford, and Billy Beard.
Box 3

What You Mean to Me. 1917.

creator: Bornkessel, Bradley
creator: Sussel, Ben
creator: Sussel, Schwartz & Bornkessel Music Publishers.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Carmila and Roza Ponzilla.
Box 3

What You Want and What You Get. 1905.

creator: Browne, Raymond A., 1871-1922
creator: Sol Bloom.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Fay Templeton.
Box 593

Whatcha Gonna Do, Mister. 1948.

Scope and Content

Composers: Cecil Broadhurst, Sven-Erik Back.
From the revue, The Good Road.
Box 3

What'd Yo' Do Wid De Letter Mr. Johnson. 1902.

creator: American Music Pub. Co..
creator: Rosenfeld, Monroe H.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Anna Held.
Box 1204

What'll I Do. 1947.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..
Box 3

What'll We Do With Hin Boys" (The Yanks Made a Monkey Out of You). 1918.

creator: Joe Morris Music Co..
creator: Lange, Arthur, 1889-1956
creator: Sterling, Andrew B.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of W. J. Reilly.
Box 25

What'll You Do?. 1921.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Isham Jones
Box 3

What'll You Do (When Someone Gets the Kiss Belonging to You). 1915.

creator: Broadway Music Publishing Co..
creator: Lewis, Sam M.
creator: Meyer, George
creator: Rose, Ed
Box 412

What's A Memory Like You (Doing In A Love Like This?). 1986.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of John Schneider
Box 26

What's Good About Goodbye?. 1948.

Additional Note

From the Universal-International release "Casbah"
Box 408

What's In A Name?. 1950.

Box 408

What's It To You. 1993.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Clay Walker
Box 399

What's New. 1939.

Box 266

What's the Use. 1957.

Scope and Content

Words by Richard Wilbur. Music by Leonard Bernstein.
From the musical, "Candide."
Box 398

What's Your Name, What's Your Number?. 1978.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Andrea True
Box 857

Whatcha Say. 2009.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Jason Derulo
Box 1161

What'cha Thinkin' of Baby.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1317

Whatever Happened (to Christmas). 1968.

Scope and Content

Composer: Jim Webb.
On cover: photograph of Frank Sinatra.
Box 14

Whatever is, is Best. 1922.

Box 9

Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera). 1955.

Additional Note

From the film "The Man Who Knew Too Much." Cover features photograph of James Stewart and Doris Day.
Box 1203

Whatever Will Be, Will Be (que sera, sera). 1955.

creator: Artists Music, Inc..
creator: Evans, Ray
creator: Livingston, Jay

Scope and Content

From the motion picture, "The Man Who Knew Too Much." On cover: photograph of James Stewart and Doris Day.
Box 65

What's Good About Goodbye?. 1948.

Additional Note

From the Universal-International motion picture "Casbah." Cover features photograph of Yvonne DeCarlo and Tony Martin.
Box 14

What's Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander. 1934.

Box 14

What's in the Air Today. 1908.

Box 922

What's My Name?. 2010.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Rihanna.
Box 543

What's New?. 1939.

Additional Note

Dudley gift.
Box 758

What's New at the Zoo. 1960.

Additional Note

From the musical, "Do Re Mi." One cover features a drawing of Phil Silvers. (Three copies, different covers.)
Box 545

What's the Matter With Father. 1910.

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Harry Bulger.
Box 577

What's the Matter With the Mail.

Scope and Content Note

On cover: photograph of Miss Carlotta Levey.
Box 14

What's the Name of That Song. 1936.

Box 1102

What's The Use O' Cryin' The Blues Again -- When Day Is Done.

Additional Note

Box NS 322
Box 63

What's The Use Of Wond'rin'. 1945.

Additional Note

From the 20th Century-Fox motion picture "Carousel."
Box 812

What's Wrong With Me. 1961.

Scope and Content Note

From the show, "Kwamina."

Additional Note

Two copies.
Box 1161

What's Your Hurry.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1328

Whatever Will Be, Will Be = Que Sera, Sera. 1955.

Scope and Content

Composers: Jay Livingston, Ray Evans.
On cover: photograph of Doris Day.
Box 14

Wheel of Fortune. 1952.

Additional Note

Also written by George Weiss.
Box 417

Wheels of Fortune. 1976.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of The Doobie Brothers
Box 1161

Wheels Tell the World.

Additional Note

Box PS 17
Box 1217

When a Boy From Alabama (Meets a Girl From Gundagai). 1942.

creator: Allan & Co..
creator: O'Hagan, Jack
Box 398

When A Child Is Born (Soleado). 1974.

Box 25

When A Gypsy Makes His Violin Cry. 1935.

Box 192

When a Man Loves a Woman. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

From the motion picture, "The Rose."

Additional Note

On cover: photograph of Bette Midler.
Box 417

When A Man Loves A Woman. 1980.

Additional Note

on cover: photograph of Bette Midler
Box 909

When a Man Loves a Woman.

Additional Note

Box SU 44
Box 529

When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France. 1918.

Scope and Content

Composers: Alfred Bryan, Cliff Hess, Edgar Leslie. On cover: photograph of Belle Baker.
Box 1317

When Christmas Angels Sing. 1953.

Scope and Content

Composers; Billie Mansfield, William D. Holford. On cover: photograph of Drew Miller.
Box 14

When Christmas Comes. 1944.

Additional Note

Also written by Joe Seiferth.
Box 1317

When Christmas Comes to Our House. 1939.

Scope and Content

Composers: M. Kur-Zhene, Enoch Light.
Box 865

When Clouds Have Vanished and Skies Are Blue. 1923.

Box 1179

When Cupid is the Postman. 1908.

creator: Cohan & Harris Publishing Co..
creator: Herbert, Victor
creator: Smith, Harry B.

Scope and Content