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Guide to the William R. and Louise Fielder Sheet Music Collection

Processed by Stephan Potchatek; machine-readable finding aid created by Steven Mandeville-Gamble
Department of Special Collections
Green Library
Stanford University Libraries
Stanford, CA 94305-6004
Phone: (650) 725-1022
Email: speccollref@stanford.edu
URL: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/spc/
© 1997
The Board of Trustees of Stanford University. All rights reserved.

Guide to the William R. and Louise Fielder Sheet Music Collection

Collection number: M701

Department of Special Collections and University Archives

Stanford University Libraries

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Department of Special Collections
  • Green Library
  • Stanford University Libraries
  • Stanford, CA 94305-6004
  • Phone: (650) 725-1022
  • Email: speccoll@sulmail.stanford.edu
  • URL: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/spc/
Processed by:
Stephan Potchatek
Date Completed:
November 1997
Encoded by:
Steven Mandeville-Gamble
© 1997 The Board of Trustees of Stanford University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: William R. and Louise Fielder Sheet Music Collection
Collection number: Special Collections M701
Creator: Fielder, William R. Fielder, Louise
Extent: 44 linear ft.
Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions:

None.

Publication Rights:

Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

Provenance:

Purchased from William R. and Louise Fielder

Preferred Citation:

[Identification of item] William R. and Louise Fielder Sheet Music Collection, M701, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The Fielder Sheet Music Collection represents the fruit of the collecting labors of William R. and Louise Fielder. The collection consists of 2,532 individual pieces of sheet music, sheet music lithographs, and music related broadsides from the United States in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Accompanying the sheet music are eighty files of correspondence, ephemera, and photocopies of the collection. In all, the collection is arranged into forty-two distinct series. Every effort has been made to preserve the provenance of the collection's series which Mr. and Mrs. Fielder utilized during their years of collecting.
The forty-two series are arranged by subject, by lithographic images, by geographical region, and by the era of origin. Within the individual series, no effort has been made to sequentially arrange the individual pieces. None of the series is exhaustive of its subject matter; nor are the series titles necessarily perfectly representative of the contents of the series. The best guide to the collection is the individual record found in the finding aid itself.
The collection's strengths lie in several areas. Among these are the collections of imprints dating before 1840, the 19th century imprints from the Northeast United States, and the mid-19th century imprints from California and Hawaii. Of particular note in this collection are the imprints of war-related themes, which scan American history from the arrival of General LaFayette, to Confederate imprints printed during the Civil War and continuing through the first and second World Wars. Of equal importance is the representation of daily life in the19th century and the extensive collection of early-American lithography which this collection contains.
The finding aid for the Fielder Sheet Music Collection essays to document all available information about the individual pieces of sheet music. To enable the researcher easier access to the collection, the finding aid can be searched by title, composer, arranger, performer, lithographer, by city of origin and publishing house, as well as by date of origin.

SERIES DESCRIPTION

 

Series 1. Albums

 

Series 2. Animals

 

Series 3. Automobiles and Airplanes

 

Series 4. Irving Berlin

 

Series 5. Blacks and Minstrels

 

Series 6. California

 

Subseries a. Illustrated with original photographs

 

Subseries b. 1836 - 1849, Westward Ho

 

Subseries c. 1870 - 1879, Non-Illustrated

 

Subseries d. 1880 - 1889

 

Subseries e. 1890 - 1899

 

Subseries f. 20th Century

 

Series 7. California and Hawaii

 

Subseries a. 1850 - 1859

 

Subseries b. 1860 - 1869

 

Subseries c. 1870 - 1879, Illustrated

 

Series 8. George M. Cohan

 

Series 9. Comic

 

Series 10. Dancing

 

Series 11. Drinking

 

Series 12. Famous Composers and Operas, 19th Century

 

Series 13. Famous People, 19th Century

 

Series 14. Fashion

 

Series 15. Fires

 

Series 16. Flowers

 

Series 17. Stephen Collins Foster First Editions

 

Series 18. L. M. Gottschalk

 

Series 19. Indians

 

Series 20. Irish and Will Hays

 

Series 21. Al Jolson

 

Series 22. Lithographers and Artists

 

Series 23. Love, Childhood, Home

 

Series 24. Military, 19th Century

 

Subseries a. Confederate Imprints

 

Subseries b. General

 

Subseries c. General Lafayette

 

Series 25. E. T. Paull

 

Series 26. Places, Events, Things

 

Series 27. Political, 1840 - 1843

 

Series 28. Prefire Chicago

 

Series 29. Rags

 

Series 30. Ships

 

Series 31. Special Items

 

Subseries a. 19th Century

 

Subseries b. 20th Century

 

Series 32. Sports

 

Series 33. Transportation

 

Series 34. Uncle Tom's Cabin and Little Eva

 

Series 35. William Vincent Wallace

 

Series 36. Women

 

Series 37. Pre-1840 Imprints

 

Series 38. 19th Century Imprints

 

Series 39. 20th Century Imprints

 

Series 40. Oversize

 

Series 41. William R. and Louise Fielder Ephemera

 

Series 42. Photocopies

CONTAINER LIST

 

Series 1. Albums

Box 1, Folder 1

Music / [collected by] Florine Haas

Note

Whisper your mother's name / words by Harry Braisted, music by Stanley Carter --Mamie Reilly : waltz song and chorus / written and composed by Maude Nugent --A hot time in the old town / words by Joe Hayden, written by Theo A. Metz --My coal black lady : symphony de Ethiopia / written and composed by W. T. Jefferson --There may be others like her but the're not in town : a beautiful ballad with waltz refrain / words by Cha[rle]s Horwitz, music by Fred[eric]k Bowers --King Carnival march (two-step) / by George Rosey --Ma Caroline : a refine coon song / words and music by Lee Johnson --Wang : potpourri / libretto by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Woolson Morse --The sporty widow Brown / words by Harry Braisted, music by Stanley Carter --Bye bye Belinda : a darktown triumph / written and composed by H. Y. Leavitt --I was once your wife! / words by Raymond A. Browne, music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld --Sweet Rosie O'Grady : waltz song and chorus / written and composed by Maude Nugent --I want yer, ma honey : an Ethiopian oddity / words and music by Fay Templeton --She's the comfort of their home / written and composed by Ed. Rogers --Doris the village maiden / words and music by Geo. Maywood --Love's dream after the ball (Songe d'amour apres le bal) / by A. Czibulka --Espanita : Spanish waltzes / composed by George Rosey --El Capitan march / by John Philip Sousa --King Cotton march / by John Philip Sousa --Since my little baby brother came to stay : a serio-comic novelty / written and composed by Gertrude R. Spellan

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Harry Braisted
Stanley Carter
Maude Nugent
Joe Hayden
Theo A. Metz
W. T. Jefferson
Charles Horwitz
Frederick Bowers
George Rosey
Lee Johnson
J. Cheever Goodwin
Woolson Morse
Stanley Carter
H. Y. Leavitt
Raymond A. Browne
Monroe H. Rosenfeld
Fay Templeton
Ed. Rogers
Geo. Maywood
A. Czibulka
George Rosey
John Philip Sousa
Gertrude R. Spellan
Box 1, Folder 2

Marches / [collected by] B. L. W.

Note

Hail to the spirit of liberty march / by John Philip Sousa --A little bit of fun (San toy) : two-step / arranged by M. C. Brown, melodies by Lionel Monckton --Parson Johnson's rag-time mule : a characteristic two step, march or cake-walk / by Edgar E. Huston --The rag time sports : cake walk, march, and two-step / by James Haack --The Honolulu cake walk : a characteristic march / composed by J. W. Lerman --Queen of the ragtime : a syncopated two step / by Harry Powers --Darktown parade march comique / composed by J. Henri Fischer --The surprise Turkish midnight parade / by Maurice Akst --Ragged William march and two step (with apologies to Rossini) / by Frank P. Banta --The purple lady : march and two-step / by Burt Lesser --Smoky Mokes : cakewalk and two-step / composed by A. Holzmann / Ma rag time baby : two step for piano / by Fred S. Stone --The Honolulu cake walk ragtime march / composed by J. W. Lerman --Rag-time intermezzo : a syncopated symphony / by Maxwell Silver --Fiddle-dee-dee : march and two-step / lyrics by Edgar Smith, music by John Stromberg / Policy Sam : cake walk and two step / by Joseph Gioscia --A warm reception : characteristic march, two-step and cake-walk / by Bert R. Anthony --The rounders : a Vaudeville in three acts / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Englander --March from the comic opera 'The singing girl' / arranged by F. W. Meacham, book by Stanislaus Stange, lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert --Primrose march and cake-walk / by Carl Carlton --Ching Ling Foo : Chinese rag time march and two step / by Emil Katzenstein --March from the comic opera 'The Ameer' / book by Frederic Ranken and Kirke La Shelle, music by Victor Herbert, arranged by F. W. Meacham --The man behind the gun : march from 'Chris and the wonderful lanp' / by John Philip Sousa --De watermelon brigade : charactersitic march-two step / by J. W. Wheeler --Young and dashing : march and two-step / by Rudolph Aronson --In command : march and two step / by J. Ben Michaelis --John Philip Sousa march : two-step / composed by Ernst Bial --March from the comic opera 'Cyrano de Bergerac' / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert, arranged by F. W. Meacham --The electric wave march / by O. E. Sutton --Miss Jollity : march and two-step / composed by Thomas Chilvers --The Creole queen : characteristic march (two step) / by R. B. Hall --Olympic two step, dedicated to the Olympic Gun Club of San Francisco, Cal. / by C. F. Stone --The mosquitoes' parade : a Jersey review / by Howard Whitney --The Mississippi side-step : characteristic march and cake walk (in simplified rag-time / composed by Leo E. Berliner --Bunch o'blackberries : cake-walk and two-step / composed by Abe Holzmann --Foolish William : characteristic two-step / by Thurland Chattaway

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Thurland Chattaway
John Philip Sousa
M. C. Brown
Lionel Monckton
Edgar E. Huston
James Haack
J. W. Lerman
Harry Powers
J. Henri Fischer
Maurice Akst
Frank P. Banta
Burt Lesser
A. Holzmann
Fred S. Stone
Maxwell Silver
Edgar Smith
John Stromberg
Joseph Gioscia
Bert R. Anthony
Harry B. Smith
Ludwig Englander
F. W. Meacham
Victor Herbert
Carl Carlton
Emil Katzenstein
Frederic Ranken
Kirke La Shelle
Rudolph Aronson
J. Ben Michaelis
Ernst Bial
O. E. Sutton
Thomas Chilvers
R. B. Hall
C. F. Stone
Howard Whitney
Leo E. Berliner
Abe Holzmann
Thurland Chattaway
Box 2, Folder 1

Marches / [collected by] B. L. W.

Note

Dixieland, introducing Old Black Joe : march and two-step / composed by Chauncey Haines --The mosquitoes' parade : a Jersey review / by Howard Whitney --Our director : march / by F. E. Bigelow --The tale of the sea shell : march and two-step from 'the Prince of Pilsen' / lyrics by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders --March from Ade and Wathall's musical comedy 'The Sultan of Sulu' / lyrics by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall, arranged by Hilding Anderson --Harlem rag : two-step / arranged by D. S. De Lisle, composed by Tom Turpin --The rabbit's promenade : two-step for piano / by G. H. Wilder --Just ask me : ragtime march and two-step / by Charles Hunter --A pickanniny christening : characteristic march / by Winthrop Wiley --Anona : intermezzo two step / by Vivian Grey --The bogie man : character march and two-step / by Charles A. Carvel --A warm reception : characteristic march, two-step and cake-walk / by Bert R. Anthony --Iris : a Greek intermezzo / by Ellis R. Ephraim --Les soldats qui passent : marche / by P. Mario Costa --A lucky duck : a webfoot promenade / by Howard Whitney --The Mississippi bubble : march two-step / by Chauncey Haines --Hunky-dory : cake-walk and two step / composed by Abe Holzmann --Ma gum-elastic girl : a cake walk march and two-step / by H. Y. Leavitt --The donkey laugh : 'a musical horseonyou' / by Howard Whitney --Dixie girl : characteristic march two step / composed by J. Bodewalt Lampe --Checkers : characteristic march two-step / by N. M. Stokes --Fame and fortune : march and two step / Chas. J. Rockwell --College girls : march and two step / composed by C. A. Grimm --Possum and taters : a ragtime feast / composed by Charles Hunter --Lickity-split : two step & march / by C. J. Penny --Fine and dandy : march and two step / by W[illia]m Frederick Peters --Sunrise in Georgia : march -two step / by Sheppard Camp --Princess Pocahontas : march and two-step / text by Al Trahern, composed by Richmond F. Hoyt, arranged by Hugo O. Marks --Frocks and frills march : two-step / by Raymond Dixy --Dreamy eyes : characteristic march and two step / composed by J. Bodewalt Lampe --Cotton bolls : two step / by Cha[rle]s Hunter --Hurrah boys! : march and two step / composed by Joseph Lacalle --The assembly : march and two-step / by Paul Eno --Frog puddles / by Howard Whitney --Don't make dem scandalous eyes at me : march or two step / Lee Johnson

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Chauncey Haines
Howard Whitney
F. E. Bigelow
Frank Pixley
Gustav Luders
George Ade
Alfred G. Wathall
Hilding Anderson
D. S. De Lisle
Tom Turpin
G. H. Wilder
Charles Hunter
Winthrop Wiley
Vivian Grey
Mabel McKinley
Charles A. Carvel
Bert R. Anthony
Ellis R. Ephraim
P. Mario Costa
Howard Whitney
Abe Holzmann
H. Y. Leavitt
J. Bodewalt Lampe
N. M. Stokes
Chas. J. Rockwell
C. A. Grimm
Charles Hunter
C. J. Penny
William Frederick Peters
Sheppard Camp
Al Trahern
Richmond F. Hoyt
Hugo O. Marks
Raymond Dixy
Joseph Lacalle
Paul Eno
Lee Johnson
Box 2, Folder 2

Music

Note

I guess I'll have to telegraph my baby : coon song / words and music by Geo[rge] M. Cohan --My love's a gamblin' man (if you'll only stop dat shootin' craps) : song and chorus with dance ad lib / words by Matthews and Bulger, music by Maurice Levi --Ma onliest one! / words and music by Fay Templeton --The lilac / words by Marion May and Gustave H. Kline, music by Gustave H. Kline --I've been to gay Paree / words by Tom Conley and Henry J. Sayers, music by Felix McGlennon --Honey, you made a hit with me! / words and music by Ernest Hogan and Bert A. Williams --La pas ma la / words and music by Ernest Hogan --Der'll be wahm coons a prancin' / words by Paul Laurence Dunbar, music by Will Marion --Ma hoodoo honey / words by Al Anderson, music by Lee Johnson --She was bred in old Kentucky / words by Harry Braisted, music by Stanley Carter --I love my honey, yes I do! / words and music by William C. Carleton --Oh! Ebenezer! / words and music by Dave Reed, Jr. --Elsie from Chelsea / words and music by Harry Dacre --I've sold my cow (Jack and choruses) : from 'The strange adventures of Jack and the beanstalk' / words by R. A. Barnett, music by A. B. Sloane --You're so good, Daddy : song and chorus / words and music by Hattie Starr --Chimmie Fadden der Bowery boy : song and chorus / words and music by Charles H. Hopper --All I wants is ma chickens / arranged by W. H. Tyers, words and music by Deas and Wilson --Crappy Dan de spo'tin' man / words and music by Charles E. Trevathan --I've been hoodoo'd : comic song and refrain / words and music by Gussie L. Davis --Because : song and chorus / words by Cha[rle]s Horwitz, music by Fred[eric]k V. Bowers --How'd you like to be the iceman? : song and chorus / words and music by Helf and Moran --Honey does you love yer man? : a coon love song / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton --Naughty red riding hood / words and music by Geo[rge] R. Brill, arranged by Carlton S. Moore --

Subjects and Indexing Terms

George M. Cohan
Matthews and Bulger
Maurice Levi
Fay Templeton
Marion May
Gustave H. Kline
Tom Conley
Henry J. Sayers
Felix McGlennon
Ernest Hogan
Bert A. Williams
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Will Marion
Al Anderson
Lee Johnson
Harry Braisted
Stanley Carter
William C. Carleton
Dave Reed, Jr.
Harry Dacre
R. A. Barnett
A. B. Sloane
Hattie Starr
Charles H. Hopper
W. H. Tyers
Deas and Wilson
Charles E. Trevathan
Gussie L. Davis
Charles Horwitz
Frederick V. Bowers
Helf and Moran
Walter H. Ford
John W. Bratton
George R. Brill
Carlton S. Moore
Box 3, Folder 1

Music : [San Francisco] Examiner Supplement Songs

Note

Honey you're the warmest gal in town / words and music by Irving Jones --The tattooed man : Abel and chorus / by Frank Daniels --Golden poppy two-step / written by Edward Galz --I don't know how to tell yer how I lubs yer : Marie Lloyd's English coon song / words and music by Bennett Scott --When the parson makes Miss Mandy Johnson mine / words by Dan Packard, music by Robert Cone --I'll carve dat nigger when we meet / by Walter Hawley, arranged by D. S. de Lisle --I love ma honey best of all / words and music by Ernest Hogan, arranged by J. A. Raynes --Just about to fall / words by Cy Warman, music by Raymon Moore --Come, ye lofty! Come, ye lowly! : Christmas carol / music by George William Warren --A tar at a masquerade / words by Robert H. Davis, music by C. von Gerichten --Honey you've done me wrong / words and music by Harold M. Vernon --That sad sweet word good bye / words by Louis Weslyn Jones, music by Carl Vandal --When someone pulls the string / words and music by Charles Hoyt --May Irwin's 'bully' song / words and music by Charles E. Trevathan --I'll carve dat nigger when we meet / by Walter Hawley, arranged by D. S. de Lisle --Nigger, nigger, newver die : a coon simplicity / words by W[illia]m Osborn, music by Nellie Sylvester --In dreamland / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert --Sweetheart the time will come / words by Charles Shackford, music by Kerry Mills --On the road to Mandalay : a barrack-room ballad / words by Rudyard Kipling, music revised and adapted by Henry Trevannion --When the little ones are coming home from school / words by Howard Graham, music by Charles Graham --Secrets they whispered in May : descriptive / words by W. R. Black, music by Code Morgan --O holy night : Christmas song / arranged by Ja[me]s J. Freeman --Life's game of see-saw / words by Edgar Selden, music by L. C. Wedgefuth --A merry man and a merry maid : a carol / words by H. V. Southerland, music by H. M. Bosworth --I've been faithful to you / words and music by Cha[rle]s K. Harris, arranged by Joseph Clauder --Lucy! Tell me I'm your beau / by Safford Waters --She is my picnic girl / words and music by Harry Connor --Klondike gold / words by R. S. Phelps, music by Leo Bruck --Sweet Katy Carney, my lass from Killarney / words by Harry J. Cox, music by Jos[eph] B. Carey

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Irving Jones
Frank Daniels
Edward Galz
Bennett Scott
Dan Packard
Robert Cone
Walter Hawley
D. S. de Lisle
Ernest Hogan
J. A. Raynes
Cy Warman
Raymon Moore
George William Warren
Robert H. Davis
C. von Gerichten
Harold M. Vernon
Louis Weslyn Jones
Carl Vandal
Charles Hoyt
Charles E. Trevathan
William Osborn
Nellie Sylvester
Harry B. Smith
Victor Herbert
Charles Shackford
Kerry Mills
Rudyard Kipling
Henry Trevannion
Howard Graham
Charles Graham
W. R. Black
Code Morgan
James J. Freeman
Edgar Selden
L. C. Wedgefuth
H. V. Southerland
H. M. Bosworth
Charles K. Harris
Joseph Clauder
Safford Waters
Harry Connor
R. S. Phelps
Leo Bruck
Harry J. Cox
Joseph B. Carey
Box 3, Folder 2

Music / [collected by] Ed. Brandenstein

Note

The girl I love, loves me / words and music by Gussie L. Davis --Put me off at Buffalo : comic song and refrain / words by Harry Dillon, music by John Dillon --And her golden hair was hanging down her back / written and composed by Felix McGlennon and Monroe H. Rosenfeld --Only one girl in the world for me : song and chorus / words and music by Dave Marion --He stole McCarthy's wife / words by Thomas Le Mack, music by Andrew Mack --Mamie! Come kiss your honey boy / words and music by May Irwin --My Pearl's a Bowery girl! / words by W[illia]m Jerome, music by Andrew Mack --The streets of Cairo, or The poor little country maid / arranged by G. M. Rosenberg, written and composed by James Thornton --Say 'au revoir' but not 'good-bye' / words and music by Harry Kennedy --The sidewalks of New York : song and chorus / arranged by Cha[rle]s Miller, words and music by Cha[rle]s B. Lawlor and James W. Blake --What right has he on Broadway? : march song and chorus / words by Harry Dillon, music by Nat Mann --Standing on the corner, didn't mean no harm, or, Oh, my baby, tell me true / by Geo[rge] Evans --She was a daisy : song / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by W[illia]m Furst --Knights of the mystic star : song / words by Edward Harrigan, music by Dave Braham --Molly O / written and composed by W[illia]m J. Scanlan --Daisy Bell / written and composed by Harry Dacre --It's English as you see it on Broadway / words and music by Cha[rle]s H. Hoyt --Oh! Uncle John: comic song / words and music by Felix McGlennon --Darling Mabel / arranged by Frederic Schneider, words and music by W. P. Chase --Still his whiskers grew / words by Albert Hall, music by C. W. Murphy --Ma Jeanette / written by Richard Norton, composed by Sidney Jones --The man that broke the bank at Monte Carlo / written and composed by Fred. Gilbert --Love in springtime (Se saran rose) / English poetry by Nathan Haskell Dole, Italian poetry by Pietro Mazzoni, music by Luigi Arditi --Put me off at Buffalo : comic song and refrain / words by Harry Dillon, music by John Dillon --Louisiana Lou / written and composed by Leslie Stuart --A pretty girl, a summer night / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Woolson Morse --Isabella : song from '1492' / words by R. A. Barnet, music by Carl Pflueger --Sweet Marie / words by Cy Warman, music by Raymon Moore --Honey, O! : an Ethiopian comic song / words and music by Percy Gaunt --Everybody takes his hat off to me / words and music by Barney Fagan --I long to see the girl I left behind / written and composed by John T. Kelly --Ben Bolt : Oh! Don't you remember sweet Alice? / words by Tho[ma]s Dunn English, music by Nelson Kneass --Wont you come to my tea-party / arranged by Jno. T. Hall, words and music by Alb[ert] H. Fitz --My best girl's a New Yorker / written and composed by John Stromberg --The band played on / words by John F. Palmer, music by Charles B. Ward --Hush yo' business, oh, go on! : a coon warning / words by Sager Midgley, music by Maurice Levi --I want yer ma honey : an Ethiopian oddity / words and music by Fay Templeton --Celeste / words by Arthur Macy, music by Edgar A. P. Newcomb --What could the poor girl do? : comic song / words and music by E. Alexandria --Lucinda-Cinda-Jane : a sable serenade / words and music by Joseph Hart --I'm gwine to marry Missa Truscalina Brown : a Senegambian romanza / arranged by Henry S. Sawyer, words and music by Ja[me]s E. Sullivan --Keep those golden gates wide open : song and chorus / words and music by Joesph Hart --Kitty (the Bowery boy to his sweetheart) / words by Joseph Flynn, music by Andrew Mack --Henrietta! Have you met her? / words by Walter H. Ford, music by J. W. Bratton --Mud-pie days / arranged by Jos[eph] Clauder, words and music by Charles K. Harris --Wont you be my sweetheart : waltz song and refrain / words by J. G. Judson, music by H. C. Verner --Private Tommy Atkins : song / words by Henry Hamilton, music by S. Potter --Margery! / written and composed by Arthur West --I can't change it : a humorour ditty / words and music by T. W. Connor

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Gussie L. Davis
Harry Dillon
John Dillon
Felix McGlennon
Monroe H. Rosenfeld
Dave Marion
Thomas Le Mack
Andrew Mack
May Irwin
William Jerome
G. M. Rosenberg
James Thornton
Harry Kennedy
Charles Miller
Charles B. Lawlor
James W. Blake
Harry Dillon
Nat Mann
George Evans
J. Cheever Goodwin
William Furst
Edward Harrigan
Dave Braham
William J. Scanlan
Harry Dacre
Charles H. Hoyt
Felix McGlennon
Frederic Schneider
W. P. Chase
Albert Hall
C. W. Murphy
Richard Norton
Sidney Jones
Fred. Gilbert
Nathan Haskell Dole
Pietro Mazzoni
Luigi Arditi
Leslie Stuart
Woolson Morse
R. A. Barnet
Carl Pflueger
Raymon Moore
Cy Warman
Percy Gaunt
Barney Fagan
John T. Kelly
Thomas Dunn English
Nelson Kneass
J. T. Hall
Albert H. Fitz
John Stromberg
John F. Palmer
Charles B. Ward
Sager Midgley
Maurice Levi
Fay Templeton
Arthur Macy
Edgar A. P. Newcomb
E. Alexandria
Joseph Hart
Henry S. Sawyer
James E. Sullivan
Joesph Hart
Joseph Flynn
Walter H. Ford
J. W. Bratton
Joseph Clauder
Charles K. Harris
J. G. Judson
H. C. Verner
Henry Hamilton
S. Potter
Arthur West
T. W. Connor
Box 4, Folder 1

Music - Vocal

Note

The prodigal son / words by Bill Nye, music arranged by Josephine Gro --Enniscorthy / written and composed by Robert Martin, arranged by James Weaver --Dar's one more ribber for to cross : the great jubilee song / words by James Hosey, music by Thomas P. Westendorf --Everybody takes his hat off to me / words and music by Barney Fagan --Forgive, forget those angry words / words by Max Steinle, music by Frank A. Meyer --One kiss more / by F. Thomas --Maggie Murphy's home / words by Edward Harrigan, music by Dave Braham --The baby's got a tooth / written by J. F. Mitchell, arranged by W. G. Eaton, composed by E. H. Jones --The idol of the choir / words by Max Steinle, music by Jack Lehritter --Little Alabama coon : schottische / song by Hattie Starr, arranged by F. W. Meacham --Girl wanted / arranged by Fred. Simonson, words and music by Gus C. Weinberg --The omniscient ostrich / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Woolson Morse --Do, do, my huckleberry, do : polka / arranged by A. C. Pronier --Shootin' craps / words and music by Joe Newman --Before the ball / words by Frederick Henry, music by Shafter Howard --Little Annie Rooney / written and composed by Michael Nolan, arranged by George Le Brun --Down went McGinty : song and chorus / words and music by Joseph Flynn --Ta-ra-ra-boum-de-ay! : the absurdity of the hour / words by Felix McGlennon, arranged by G. M. Rosenberg --Oh! What a diff'rence in the morning! / written by 'Willie Piffkow', arranged by Philip Hastings --Love me , dear, as I love you / words and music by D.L. White --Nellie Grey : waltz song / words and music by Benno I. Barnett --Love me little, love me long : a Senegambian pastoral / words and music by Percy Gaunt --The maiden and the lamb / words by James Thornton, music by Andrew Mack --I owe $10.00 to O'Grady / words and music by Harry Kennedy --I had $15.00 in my inside pocket / words and music by Harry Kennedy --I'm called Little Buttercup / written by W. S. Gilbert, music by Arthur R. Sullivan --He's a good old has been : a descriptive song / written and composed by Harry Dacre --For it sometimes happens that way : topical song / words by J. P. Wilson, music by Harry J. Curtaz --He'll never forget Ôem again / words and music by Ferris Hartman --On the sly : song and dance / composed by Willie A. Ryan --Razzle Dazzle / words and music by Willard Thompson --Her wedding bells will ring to-day / words and music by Cha[rle]s Graham --My Mary Green / written and composed by Henry Lamb --He stands between love and duty / words by Charles Williams

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Bill Nye
Josephine Gro
James Weaver
D.L. White
Robert Martin
James Hosey
Thomas P. Westendorf
Barney Fagan
Max Steinle
Frank A. Meyer
F. Thomas
Edward Harrigan
Dave Braham
J. F. Mitchell
W. G. Eaton
E. H. Jones
Max Steinle
Jack Lehritter
Hattie Starr
F. W. Meacham
Fred. Simonson
Gus C. Weinberg
J. Cheever Goodwin
Woolson Morse
A. C. Pronier
Joe Newman
Frederick Henry
Shafter Howard
Michael Nolan
George Le Brun
Joseph Flynn
Felix McGlennon
G. M. Rosenberg
Willie Piffkow
Philip Hastings
Benno I. Barnett
Percy Gaunt
James Thornton
Andrew Mack
Harry Kennedy
W. S. Gilbert
Arthur R. Sullivan
Harry Dacre
J. P. Wilson
Harry J. Curtaz
Ferris Hartman
Willie A. Ryan
Willard Thompson
Charles Graham
Henry Lamb Charles Williams
Box 4, Folder 2

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Violets [Morgens send'ich dir die Veilchen] / words by Julian Fane, music by Ellen Wright --Listen to the mocking bird / by Alice Hawthorne --Tell me pretty maiden : English girls and clerks / by Leslie Stuart --The Long Beach : march and two step / composed by J. S. Cox -Oh! What a diff'rence in the morning! / arranged with additional verses by Philip Hastings, written by 'Willie Piffkow' --Please let me sleep / words by R. C. McPherson, music by James T. Brymn --I've waited, honey, waited long for you / words and music by Geo[rge] A. Nichols --Still as the night [Still wie die Nacht] / by Carl Bohm --The tattooed mand : abel and chorus --Delia / lyrics by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall --Ma blushin' Rosie, ma posie sweet / words by Edgar Smith, music by John Stromberg --The wedding of the Reuben and the maid, or, They were on their honeymoon / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Maurice Levi --The shade of the palm / music by Leslie Stuart --Kol Nidre / by H. A. Russotta --Unsane Taukef / by Rev. Joachim Kurantmann --I guess I'll have to telegraph my baby : coon song / words and music by George M. Cohan --The tale of the kangaroo / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders --I can't think ob nuthin' else but you / words and music by Harry Dacre --My Sulu Lulu Loo : chiquita & wives / lyrics by George Ade, music by Nat. D. Mann --Pretty Mollie Shannon (she's the real, real thing) / words by George H. Ryan, music by Walter Wolff --The wedding of the Reuben and the maid, or, They were on their honeymoon / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Maurice Levi --Marie Cahill's Arab love song / lyric by George V. Hobart, music by Silvio Hein --I love a lassie, or, ma Scotch bluebell / by Harry Lauder and Gerald Grafton --She is ma daisy / words by Harry Lauder and J. D. Harper, music by Harry Lauder --My cousin Caruso / lyrics by Edward Madden, music by Gus Edwards --Whoop Ôer up! (with a whoop, la! la!) / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Will Marion Cook --Ciribiribin : canzonetta / by A. Pestalozza --Sammy / words by James O'Dea, music by Edward Hutchison --Could you be true to eyes of blue, if you looked into eyes of brown? / by Cobb and Edwards --Under the bamboo tree / by Bob Cole --The dance of the grizzly bear / words by Irving Berlin, music by George Botsford --The Keokuk culture club / music by Henry Blossom and Victor Herbert --I want what I want when I want it / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert --A pink petty from Peter / words and music by Paul A. Rubens --Waiting at the church; or, my wife won't let me / written by Fred W. Leigh, composed by Henry E. Pether --Hail to the spirit of liberty : march / by John Philip Sousa --Hands across the sea : march / by John Philip Sousa --Bohemian life : march and two-step / by Alfred Roncovieri --I love my wife; but, oh, you kid! / by Armstrong and Clark --The Ivy ball march / by Joseph Caufmann --Every race has a flag but the coon / words and music by William A. Heelan and J. Frederick Helf --My Irish rosie / words by W[illia]m Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz --Honey, you'se ma lady love / by Nat Mann --Down where the Wurtzburger flows / words by Vincent P. Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer --Like no a like : solo and chorus / arranged by H. Berger --The art of making love / words and music by John A. Coleman --The new bully / composed by Lee Johnson, arranged by Doc Albert --At a Georgia campmeeting : march / by Kerry Mills

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Julian Fane
Ellen Wright
Alice Hawthorne
Leslie Stuart
J. S. Cox
Willie Piffkow
Philip Hastings
R. C. McPherson
James T. Brymn
George A. Nichols
Carl Bohm
George Ade
Alfred G. Wathall
Edgar Smith
John Stromberg
Harry B. Smith
Maurice Levi
Leslie Stuart
H. A. Russotta
Joachim Kurantmann
George M. Cohan
Frank Pixley
Gustav Luders
Harry Dacre
George Ade
Nat D. Mann
George H. Ryan
Walter Wolff
George V. Hobart
Silvio Hein
Harry Lauder
Gerald Grafton
J. D. Harper
Edward Madden
Gus Edwards
Andrew B. Sterling
Will Marion Cook
A. Pestalozza
James O'Dea
Edward Hutchison
Cobb and Edwards
Bob Cole
Irving Berlin
George Botsford
Henry Blossom
Victor Herbert
Paul A. Rubens
Fred W. Leigh
Henry E. Pether
John Philip Sousa
Alfred Roncovieri
Armstrong and Clark
Joseph Caufmann
William A. Heelan
J. Frederick Helf
William Jerome
Jean Schwartz
Vincent P. Bryan
Harry Von Tilzer
H. Berger
John A. Coleman
Lee Johnson
Doc Albert
Kerry Mills
 

Series 2. Animals

Box 5, Folder 1

The carrier dove : an admired ballad New York :Atwill's Music Saloon,1836

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Daniel Johnson
Lithographer : Bufford's Lithog., 114 Nassau Street, New York
Performed by Miss Watson
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 5, Folder 1

The carrier dove. Oh! fly away to my native land : ballad New York :Atwill's Music Saloon,1844

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Daniel Johnson
Lithographer : Lewis & Brown, New York
Performed by
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 5, Folder 1

The mellow horn : a very popular song Boston :C. Bradlee,[1830s]

Additional Note

Composed by Mr. Jones
Words by C. W. Hyatt, Esq.
Lithographer : Pendelton's Lithographers, Boston
Box 5, Folder 1

Hark! Hark! The soft bugle Baltimore :Geo. Willig, Jr.,1831

Additional Note

Composed by M.S.
Lithographer : Endicott & Sweet
Box 5, Folder 1

Birdie, come down off your perch G. G. Carr,1886

Additional Note

Words and Music by Geo[rge] G. Carr
Box 5, Folder 2

Birdie darling, or, fly across the ocean, birdie : song and chorus [two copies] St. Louis :H. Bollman,1872

Additional Note

Music by Henry Bollman
Words by V. J. Engle
Lithographer : Chas. Juehne, Lith., St. Louis
Box 5, Folder 2

Butterfly waltz Boston :C. Bradlee,1834

Additional Note

Composed by John Richardson
Performed by
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 5, Folder 2

Pretty Polly galop Benno Barnett,1885

Additional Note

Composed by Benno Barnett
Box 5, Folder 2

The wild bird's song : waltz brilliant Pittsburgh :Wamelink & Barr,1865.Philadelphia :W. R. Smith ,1865

Additional Note

Music by J. T. Wamelink
Lithographer : Krebs & Bro., Lith., Pittsburgh

Note

Also published by M. A. Pond, New York ; S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland ; and Lee & Walker, Philadelphia.
Box 5, Folder 3

Giraffe waltz Cincinnati :W. C. Peters & Sons,[1853 -1860].Louisville :Peters, Webb & Co. ,

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Zaleucus
Performed by
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by John Luck, Madison.
Box 5, Folder 3

Sable waltz Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1868

Additional Note

Music by E. Mack
Lithographer : Thomas Sinclair & Son
Performed by
From :The Fur Set : a collection of progressive pieces
Box 5, Folder 3

The grasshopper's waltz Boston :Henry Prentiss,1839

Additional Note

Composed by Nolcini
Lithographer : T. Moore's Lithography, Boston
Box 5, Folder 3

Oh! Have you seen the elephant? : new popular song New York :George Daskin,1855.London :Jullien & Co. ,1855

Additional Note

Music by Gerald Stanley
Words by Godfrey Goldpen
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Performed by Mrs. Barney Williams
Box 5, Folder 3

Canary bird schottisch Cincinnati :Rudolph Wurlitzer,1859.Louisville :D. P. Faulds & Co. ,1859

Additional Note

Composed by F. W. Rauch

Note

Also published by Russell & Tolman, Boston ; and S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland.
Box 5, Folder 4

A frog he would a wooing go : a sentimental song Boston :Parker & Ditson,[1838 -1842]

Additional Note

Written and composed by John Smith
Box 5, Folder 4

Come, birdie, come : song and chorus Boston :White, Smith, & Perry,1870

Additional Note

Music by C. A. White
Box 5, Folder 4

Bob-o-link polka New York :Cook & Brother,1855

Additional Note

Composed by Edward O. Eaton
Lithographer : Stockpole Sc.
Box 5, Folder 4

Old dog tray

Box 5, Folder 4

Butterflies New York :Boosey & Co.,1894

Additional Note

Composed by Felix Corbett
Words by Algernon C. Swinburne
Box 5, Folder 5

Happy family polka New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1851.Providence :A. M. Leland ,1851

Additional Note

Composed by Francis H. Brown
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 5, Folder 5

Message of love : polka W. F. Shaw,1881

Additional Note

Music by W. F. Sudds
Lithographer : T. Hunter, Lithographer, Philadelphia
Box 5, Folder 5

Grand fantasia on the popular theme 'The mocking bird' Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1864.Philadelphia :W. H. Boner ,1864

Additional Note

Composed by Edward Hoffman
Lithographer : L. Johnson & Co., Philadelphia
Box 5, Folder 5

The torpedo and the whale! (A shell of ocean)

Additional Note

Composed by Audran
Performed by Tourists in the Palace Car
From :Olivette
Box 5, Folder 5

Plume polka New York :T. S. Berry & Co.,1853.Philadelphia :J. E. Gould & Co. ,1853

Additional Note

Composed by Francis H. Brown
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York

Note

Also published by Oliver Ditson, Boston ; and D. A. Traux, Cincinnati.
Box 5, Folder 6

My sweet polliwog : galop New York :C. H. Ditson & Co.,1876.Boston :O. Ditson & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Tissington
Performed by
The Great Drama of Rose Michel

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 5, Folder 6

The ivy song and serenade New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1866.Boston :O. Ditson & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Words by James Brand, '66
Lithographer : Bufford Bros., New York
Performed by [Yale] '66 Glee Club

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Also published by J. R. Blodgett, Buffalo ; Root & Cady, Chicago ; and H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee.
Box 5, Folder 6

Like the song of birds in summer : ballad Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by J. W. Cherry
Words by J. P. Douglas, Esq.
Lithographer : T. Sinclair's Lith., Philadelphia
Box 5, Folder 6

Jockey galop Philadelphia :G. Andre; & Co.,1863

Additional Note

Music by Thomas A. Beckett, Jr.
Lithographer : R. M. Gaw
Performed by
Instrument : Piano
Box 5, Folder 6

The merry bells : morceau de salon Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1870.Philadelphia :Lee & Walker ,1870

Additional Note

Music by G. D. Wilson
Performed by
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by John Church & Co., Cincinnati ; C. H. Ditson & Co., New York ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and Lyon & Healy, Chicago.
Box 5, Folder 7

Gold fish schottisch New York :Firth, Pond & Co,1854.Albany :Boardman & Gray ,1854

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Tucker
Lithographer : Sarony & Co., New York

Note

Also published by P. P. Werlein, New Orleans ; and H. Kleber, Pittsburgh.
Box 5, Folder 7

Jenny Lind's song : I must be singing, singing New York :Jaques & Brother,1850.Boston :G. P. Reed & Co. ,1850

Additional Note

Composed by William Taubert
Words by A. G. L.
Lithographer : William Endicott & Co., New York
Performed by Jenny Lind

Note

Also published by William Hall & Son, New York ; and Lee & Walker, Philadelphia.
Box 5, Folder 7

Pride polka New York :William Hall & Son,1850

Additional Note

Composed by Francis H. Brown
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 5, Folder 7

Fabbri's Bird Song (O Bitt' Euch Liebe Vogelein) Cincinnati :John Church, Jr.,1861.New York :Firth, Pond & Co. ,1861

Additional Note

Words by Fanny M. Raymond
Lithographer : Middleton, Strobridge & Co., Lith.

Note

Also published by O. Ditson & Co., Boston and P.P. Werlein, New Orleans.
Box 5, Folder 7

The mouse and the plum cake : ballad adapted to an Irish melody Boston :G. P. Reed,[1839 -1849]

Additional Note

Poetry by Eliza Cook
Performed by
Reed's Edition, Little Songs for Little Singers
Box 5, Folder 8

The pet waltz Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1860.Boston :C. C. Clapp ,1860

Additional Note

Composed by Dr. F. Geutebruck
Lithographer : J. H. Buffords, Lith., Boston

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Also published by Beck & Lawton, Philadelphia ; Firth, Pond & Co., New York ; and John Church, Jr., Cincinnati.
Box 5, Folder 8

The shepherd boy : a summer idyl [2 copies] Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1870.Philadelphia :Lee & Walker ,1870

Additional Note

Music by G. D. Wilson

Note

Also published by C. H. Ditson & Co., New York ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; Lyon & Healy, Chicago; and John Church & Co., Cincinnati.
Box 5, Folder 8

The wood bird polka New York :William Hall & Son,1859

Additional Note

Music by Francis H. Brown
Lithographer : Sarony, Major, & Knapp, New York
Box 5, Folder 8

The spirit bird Providence :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1842

Additional Note

Composed by O. Shaw
Poetry by Rev. J. N. Maffit
Lithographer : B. W. Thayer & Cos., Lith., Boston
Box 5, Folder 9

The robin on the rose bush : concert song with flute obligato Boston :John J. Perry & Co.,1874.New York :W. A. Pond & Co. ,1874

Additional Note

Music by M. Keller
Lithographer : [J. E. Baker?]; Armstrong & Co., Lithographers, Boston
Box 5, Folder 9

Birdie has come : song and chorus Boston :White, Smith, & Perry,1877

Additional Note

Music by William A. Packard
Lithographer : J. E. Baker
Box 5, Folder 9

Listen to the mocking bird Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1856

Additional Note

Written and composed by Alice Hawthorne
Performed by Rose Merrifield
Box 5, Folder 9

Grand fantasia on the popular theme 'The mocking bird' Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1864.Philadelphia :W. H. Boner ,1864

Additional Note

Composed by Edward Hoffman
Lithographer : L. Johnson & Co., Philadelphia

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Also published by S. T. Gordon, New York.
Box 5, Folder 9

Song of the captive bird : variations New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1856

Additional Note

Composed by Francis H. Brown
Performed by
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 5, Folder 10

Little Nell schottisch Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1872

Additional Note

Composed by James A. Kerr
Box 5, Folder 10

The New Foundland God : descriptive ballad New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1843

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Written by F. W. Bailey
 

Series 3. Automobiles and Airplanes

Box 6, Folder 1

The little Ford rambled right along Los Angeles :C. R. Foster Publishing Co.,1914

Additional Note

Music by Byron Gay
Words by C. R. Foster and Byron Gay
Box 6, Folder 1

He'd have to get under -- get out and get under (to fix up his automobile) New York :Maurice Abrahams Music Co.,1913

Additional Note

Music by Maurice Abrahams
Words by Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie
Box 6, Folder 1

Cole 30 flyer Indianapolis :I. Seidel, Music Publisher,1910

Additional Note

Words and Music by J. Lee Bowers
Box 6, Folder 1

Aviation waltzes Chicago :F. E. Hathaway Music Publisher,1911

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Mary Alice Cooper
Box 6, Folder 1

The NC-4 march Boston :Walte Jacobs, Inc.,1919

Additional Note

Composed by F. E. Bigelow
Box 6, Folder 2

Keep them dropping San Francisco :George C. Cohn,1918

Additional Note

Music by Walter Smith
Words by George C. Cohn
Box 6, Folder 2

The bombardier song New York :Chappell & Co., Inc.,1918.London :Chappell & Co. Ltd., Inc. ,1918

Additional Note

Music by Richard Rodgers
Words by Lorenz Hart
Box 6, Folder 2

Sky anchors (Naval aviation song) New York :Words and Music, Inc., Publishers,1942

Additional Note

Music by Fred Waring
Box 6, Folder 2

In my merry Oldsmobile : timely waltz song New York, London, Chicago :M. Witmark & Sons,1905

Additional Note

Music by Gus Edwards
Words by Vincent Bryan
Performed by 'Morphy'
Box 6, Folder 2

In my merry Oldsmobile : timely waltz song New York, London, Chicago :M. Witmark & Sons,1905

Additional Note

Music by Gus Edwards
Words by Vincent Bryan
Performed by Anna Fitzhugh
Box 6, Folder 2

Come Josephine in my flying machine (Up she goes!) New York :Shapiro Music Publishers,1910

Additional Note

Music by Fred Fischer
Words by Alfred Bryan
Performed by Anna Fitzhugh
 

Series 4. Irving Berlin

Box 6, Folder 3

Any bonds today? : theme song of the National Defense Savings Program Washington, D.C. :Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury (U.S. Government Printing Office),1941

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 3

Everybody's doin' it now New York :Ted Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1911

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Performed by Lydia Barry at the Winter Garden, New York
Box 6, Folder 3

White Christmas New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1942

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Performed by
Irving Berlin's 'Holiday Inn'
Box 6, Folder 3

I left my heart at the stage door canteen New York :'This is the Army' Inc. Music Publishing Division,1942

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Performed by
This is the Army
Box 6, Folder 3

Araby : vocal New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1915

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 4

White Christmas New York :Irving Berlin Music Company,1942

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 4

That mesmerizing Mendelsohn tune New York :Ted Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1909

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Performed by Sophie Tucker
Box 6, Folder 4

Along came Ruth New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1914

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 4

Waiting at the end of the road New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1929

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Performed by
King Vidor's 'Hallelujah'
Box 6, Folder 4

The freedom train New York :Irving Berlin Music Corporation,1947

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Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 5

Homesick New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1922

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 5

I can't do without you New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1928

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Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 5

I left my heart at the stage door canteen New York :'This is the Army' Inc. Music Publishing Division,1942

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Performed by
'This is the Army'
Box 6, Folder 5

Some sunny day New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1922

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 5

The song is ended (but the melody lingers on) New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1927.Sydney :J. Albert & Son ,1927

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 6

I want to go back to Michigan (Down on the farm) New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1914

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 6

I want to be in Dixie New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1912

Additional Note

Words and Music by Berlin and Snyder
Box 6, Folder 6

Listening New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1924

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Performed by
'The Music Box Revue'
Box 6, Folder 6

Stop! Stop! Stop! Come over and love me some more New York :Ted Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1910

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Performed by
Lillian Ashley
Box 6, Folder 6

Lady of the evening New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1922

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Music Box Revue 1922 -23
Box 6, Folder 7

I've got my captain working for me now New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1919

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Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 7

When that midnight choo choo leaves for Alabam' New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1912

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 7

When that midnight choo choo leaves for Alabam' New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1912

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 7

Alexander's ragtime band New York :Ted Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1911

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 7

I'm going back to the farm New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1915

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Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 8

The dance of the grizzly bear New York :Ted Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1910

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Music by George Botsford
Words by Irving Berlin
Performed by Sophie Tucker
Box 6, Folder 8

Easter parade New York :Irving Berlin Music Company,1933

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Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 8

White Christmas New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1942

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Holiday Inn
Box 6, Folder 8

Next to your mother, who do you love? New York :Ted Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1909

Additional Note

Music by Ted Snyder
Words by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 8

Snookey Ookums New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1913

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Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 9

What'll I do? New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1924

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Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 9

Was there ever a pal like you New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1919

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Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 9

What are we gonna do with all the Jeeps? New York :Irving Berlin Music Company,1944

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Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 9

The dance of the Grizzly bear New York :Ted Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1910

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Music by George Botsford
Words by Irving Berlin
Performed by Tim McMahon
Box 6, Folder 9

Oh! How I hate to get up in the morning New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1918

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Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 10

Oh! How I hate to get up in the morning New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1918

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Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 10

He's a devil in his own home town New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1914

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Music by Irving Berlin
Words by Grant Clarke and Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 10

All by myself New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1921

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Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 10

Call me up some rainy afternoon New York :Ted Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1910

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Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 10

In Florida among the palms New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1916

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Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 11

Somebody's coming to my house New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1913

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Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 11

Doin' what comes natur'lly New York :Irving Berlin Music Company,1946

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Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Performed by Ethel Merman
Rogers and Hammerstein's 'Annie get your gun'
Box 6, Folder 11

The ragtime violin New York :Ted Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1911

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 11

In my harem New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1913

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 11

Good-bye France (you'll never be forgotten by the U.S.A.) New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1918

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 12

Remember New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1925

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 12

At peace with the world New York :Irving Berlin, Inc. Music Publishers,1926

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
Box 6, Folder 12

I left my heart at the stage door canteen New York :This is the Army Inc. Music Publishing Division,1942

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
This is the Army
Box 6, Folder 12

My bird of paradise New York :Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1915

Additional Note

Music by Irving Berlin
 

Series 5. Blacks and Minstrels

Box 7, Folder 1

Jimmy Crow : a celebrated comic song or ballad as sung by all the comic singers, composed and arranged for the piano forte New York :Atwill's Music Saloon,[1834 -1847]

Additional Note

Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 7, Folder 1

The babies on our block : song and chorus New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1879.Chicago :Chicago Music Company ,1879

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
Songs from Harrigan & Hart's great sensation 'The Mulligan guard ball'
Box 7, Folder 1

My unkle Ned New York :Atwill,1848

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by William Clifton
The Christy's and other minstrels favorite melodies Piano Forte
Box 7, Folder 1

I'se so glad : jubilee song and chorus St. Joseph, MO :Huyett Brothers,1883

Additional Note

Words and Music by George W. Major
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 7, Folder 1

Slavery days : song and chorus New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1876

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
Performed by Harrigan & Hart
Box 7, Folder 2

Zip coon : a favorite comic song ; Song of the fisher's wife [verso] New York :J. L. Hewitt & Co.,[1834?].Boston :John Ashton & Co. ,1839

Additional Note

Composed by George O. Farmer [verso]
Lithographer : Litho. of Endicott, New York
Performed by Mr. G. W. Dixon

Note

Preservation
Box 7, Folder 2

Zip coon : a famous comic song as sung by all the celebrated comic singers with wonderful applause, composed and arranged for the piano forte New York :Tho[ma]s Birch,1834

Additional Note

Lithographer : Endicott & Swett, New York
Box 7, Folder 2

Sich a gitting up stairs Baltimore :G. Willig, Jr.,[1835]

Additional Note

Lithographer : Willig's Lith., Baltimore
Performed by Mr. Bob Farrel
Box 7, Folder 2

Old Dan Tucker : a celebrated Ethiopian ballad arranged for the piano forte New York :Atwill's,1843.New Orleans :Charles Horst ,1843

Additional Note

Arranged by Dan Tucker, Jr.
Words by Dan Tucker, Jr.
Lithographer : Litho. of Endicott, New York
Box 7, Folder 2

Happy Hottentots schottische Boston :G. D. Russell & Company,1876.San Francisco :McCurrie Weber & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Arranged by J. L. Mundwyler
Words by E. N. Catlin
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Sons, Boston
Box 7, Folder 3

I want my Lulu (A disturbance in Coontown) : song and chorus New York :W. B. Gray & Co.,1897.London :Howard & Co. ,1897

Additional Note

Music by Karl St. Clair
Words by Lew. Dockstader
Box 7, Folder 3

Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders : nine songs and a set of cotillions Philadelphia and New York :E. Ferrett & Co. ,n.d.

Note

Dandy Jim of Caroline : a celebrated Ethiopian melody --Miss Lucy Long : a popular Negro song --Boatman's dance : a popular song / sung by the Virginia Minstrels --Old Dan Tucker : a celebrated banjo song arranged for the piano forte --My old Aunt Sally : a celebrated Ethiopian melody --Miss Lucy Neale, or The Yellow gal : a celebrated Ethiopian melody --The ole gray goose : a popular banjo song --Going ober de mountain : arranged for the piano forte --ÔTwill neber do to gib it up so : a favourite banjo song --The Virginia Minstrels' Cotillions / arranged by Old Dan Tucker
Box 7, Folder 3

Ethiopian Quadrilles, danced and sung by the Virginia Minstrels [three copies] New York :Firth & Hall ,1843.New York :Firth, Hall & Pond ,1843

Additional Note

Arranged by A. Nagerj Onyqjva
Lithographer : Lith. of Endicott, New York

Note

Whar did you cum from --Jenny gets your hoe cake done --Charleston gals --Dandy Jim from Carolina --Ole Tare river
Box 7, Folder 4

Shew fly quadrille Boston :White, Smith, & Perry,1869.Toledo :W. W. Whitney ,1869

Additional Note

Music by C. A. White

Note

Also published by J. L. Peters, New York ; and L. P. Huyett & Sons, St. Joseph, Mo.
Box 7, Folder 4

Shew fly! Don't bother me : comic song and dance, or walk around Boston :White, Smith, & Perry,1869.Philadelphia :J. E. Winner ,1869

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Frank Campbell and Rollin Howard
Words by Billy Reeves

Note

Also published by J. L. Peters, New York ; and John Church & Co., Cincinnati
Box 7, Folder 4

The old log cabin in the dell : song and chorus Boston :White, Smith, & Perry,1875.Chicago :Roots Son's Music Co. ,1875

Additional Note

Words and Music by C. A. White

Note

Also published by Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York ; A. J. Boucher, Montreal ; A. Squire, Cincinnati ; M. Gray, San Francisco ; and L. K. Hammer, Sacramento.
Box 7, Folder 4

Dip me in de golden sea : jubilee song and chorus New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1881

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Ed Harrigan

Note

Box 7, Folder 4

We're all young fellows bran' new New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1883.Chicago :Chicago Music Company ,1883

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Ed Harrigan
Mulligan Guard Ball

Note

Box 7, Folder 5

The Toboggan slide New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1887.Chicago :Chicago Music Company ,1887

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
McNooney's Visit

Note

Box 7, Folder 5

I never drink behind the bar : song New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1882.Chicago :Chicago Music Company ,1882

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
The McSorleys

Note

Box 7, Folder 5

Hurry, little children, Sunday morn New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1883.Chicago :Chicago Music Company ,1883

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
Edward Harrigan's comic play 'The Mulligan guard picnic'

Note

Box 7, Folder 5

I always takes de cake! : plantation and end songs Boston :P. R. McCargo,1880

Additional Note

Words and Music by Fred Lyons
Arranged by F. Louis
Printer Goodwin & Drisko, Printers, Boston

Note

Box 7, Folder 5

By the watermelon vine (Lindy Lou) Boston :Walter Jacobs,1904

Additional Note

Words and Music by Tho[ma]s S. Allen
Lithographer : Starmer

Note

Box 7, Folder 6

Doan ye cry, ma honey : darky song Boston :Oliver Ditson Company,1899.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1899

Additional Note

Words and Music by Albert W. Noll

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; and J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 7, Folder 6

I guess I'll have to telegraph my baby : coon song New York :George L. Spaulding,1898

Additional Note

Words and Music by George M. Cohan

Note

Box 7, Folder 6

Turkey in the straw : a rag-time fantasie New York and Chicago :Leo. Feist,1904.London :B. Feldman ,1904

Additional Note

Music by Otto Bonnell
Lithographer : Starmer

Note

Also published by Whaley, Royce & Co., Toronto.
Box 7, Folder 6

Jolly Pickanninies : cake walk and two step New York :Ernst Rueffer,1905

Additional Note

Music by Ernst Rueffer
Arranged by Ed. Lux
Lithographer : Starmer

Note

Box 7, Folder 6

Wake! Dinah, wake! : Ethiopian melody Boston :J. P. Ordway,1854.New York :Horace Waters ,1854

Additional Note

Poetry and melody by S. C. Howard
Arranged by John P. Ordway

Note

Box 7, Folder 7

Dearest Mae : A celebrated Ethiopian song Philadelphia :A. Fiot,1847.New York :W. Dubois ,1847

Additional Note

Composed by L. D. H. Crosby
Words by Francis Lynch
Performed by Harmoneons
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Box 7, Folder 7

Dearest Mae : A celebrated Ethiopian song Philadelphia :A. Fiot,1847.New York :W. Dubois ,1847

Additional Note

Composed by L. D. H. Crosby
Words by Francis Lynch
Performed by Harmoneons
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Box 7, Folder 7

The floating scow ob ole Virginy Louisville, KY :Peters, Webb & Co.,[1849 -1852]

Additional Note

Arranged by F. W. Browne

Note

Box 7, Folder 7

Ma Curly-headed baby : a plantation song New York and London :Boosey & Co.,1897

Additional Note

Composed by G. H. Clutsam

Note

Box 7, Folder 7

The Virginia Rose Bud, or I had a rose bud in my garden growing : a favorite Ethiopian song & chorus Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1849.New Orleans :W. T. Mayo ,1849

Additional Note

Composed by F. H. Kavanaugh
Arranged by F. Rieman
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Box 7, Folder 8

I wish I was in Dixie's land New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1860.Boston :Oliver Ditson ,1860

Additional Note

Composed by Dan Emmett
Arranged by W. L. Hobbs
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by C. Y. Fonda, Cincinnati; P. P. Werlein, New-Orleans; and H. Kleber & Bro., Pittsburgh.
Box 7, Folder 8

Down on the Ohio St. Louis :Thiebes-Stierlin Music Co.,1896

Additional Note

Words and Music by Edith Kingsley

Note

Box 7, Folder 8

I wish I was in Dixie's land New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1860.New Orleans :P. P. Werlein ,1860

Additional Note

Composed by Dan Emmett
Arranged by W. L. Hobbs
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston ; C. Y. Fonda, Cincinnati; Doebele & Strengson, Toledo ; and H. Kleber & Bro., Pittsburgh. Includes sketch drawn on frontispiece.
Box 7, Folder 8

The minstrel touched his mournful lyre New York :Geo. Willig, Jr.,1836

Additional Note

Music by Alexander Ball
Poetry by James Hungerford
Box 7, Folder 8

I wish I was in Dixie's land New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1860.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1860

Additional Note

Composed by Dan Emmett
Arranged by W. L. Hobbs
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by P. P. Werlein, New-Orleans ; C. Y. Fonda, Cincinnati; Doebele & Strengson, Toledo ; and H. Kleber & Bro., Pittsburgh.
Box 7, Folder 9

The Skidmore Guard New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1875.New Haven :C. M. Loomis ,1875

Additional Note

Arranged by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
Performed by Harrigan and Hart

Note

Also published by H. Kleber & Bro.; Pittsburgh, M. Gray, San Francisco ; H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee ; C. Prufer, Boston; and Ludden & Bates, Savannah.
Box 7, Folder 9

The Skidmore Guard New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1875.New Haven :C. M. Loomis ,1875

Additional Note

Music by William Carter
Arranged by Dave Braham
Performed by Harrigan and Hart

Note

Also published by H. Kleber & Bro.; Pittsburgh, M. Gray, San Francisco ; H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee ; John A. Weide, St. Paul ; and Ludden & Bates, Savannah.
Box 7, Folder 9

Oh! Carry me back (to old Virginny) New York :C. Holt, Jr.,1848.Boston :Oliver Ditson ,1848

Additional Note

From :Music of the original Christy Minstrels, the oldest established band in the United States

Note

Box 7, Folder 9

Nell the little belle : song and dance Cincinnati :John Church, Jr.,1867.New York :C. H. Dilson & Co. ,1867

Additional Note

Composed by Eddie C. Fox
Arranged by H. A. Marshall
Performed by Billy Emerson

Note

Also published by O. Ditson & Co., Boston ; C. W. A. Trumpler, Philadelphia ; and Root & Cady, Chicago.
Box 7, Folder 9

Little Katy, or, Hot Corn : song and chorus New-York :Horace Waters,1863.Boston :G. P. Reed & Co. ,1863

Additional Note

Music by 'Quos'
Words by James Simmonds
Performed by Wood's Minstrels

Note

Also published by Lee & Walker, Philadelphia and W. C. Peters & Sons, Cincinnati.
Box 7, Folder 10

Kittie Wells New York :S. T. Gordon,1861

Additional Note

Composed by T. Brigham Bishop
Performed by Minstrel Troupes
Box 7, Folder 10

Where the honey suckles grow : song and chorus with dance Baltimore :Otto Sutro,1884

Additional Note

Composed by Arthur S. Josselyn
Written by Arthur S. Josselyn
Box 7, Folder 10

In the evening by the moonlight New York :Benjamin W. Hitchcock,1880.Chicago :National Music Co. ,1880

Additional Note

Words and Music by James A. Bland
Great Ethiopian Songs
Box 7, Folder 10

Brack eyed Susuanna Philadelphia :A. Fiot,1846.New York :W. Dubois ,1846

Additional Note

Words and Music by James A. Bland
Songs of the Nightengale Serenaders
Box 7, Folder 10

De ole grey goose New York :C. G. Christman,1848

Additional Note

Performed by P. Morris and the Boston Minstrels
The Celebrated Ethiopian Melodies, as the Ethiopians of the Southern States, as sung by the six Original Ethiopian Serenaders
Box 8, Folder 1

Kingdom coming : song and chorus Chicago :Root & Cady,1863.New York :W. A. Pond & Co. ,1863

Additional Note

Words and Music by Henry C. Work
Work's Popular Songs & Ballads, no. 10

Note

Also published by Lee & Walker, Philadelphia and H. Tolman & Co., Boston.
Box 8, Folder 1

Good hope : mazurka New Orleans :Louis Grunewald,1886.Houston :Branch House ,1886

Additional Note

Music by Louis V. Eckert
Box 8, Folder 1

Up at Dudley's grove : comic song New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1878.Boston :Carl Prufer ,1878

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
Performed by Will H. Morton at Theatre Comique, New York
She Plays the Concertina

Note

Also published by H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee ; H. Kleber & Bro., Pittsburgh ; L. Grunewald, New Orleans ; and M. Gray, San Francisco.
Box 8, Folder 1

Dinah's wedding day : the celebrated song and chorus New York :William Vanderbeek,1852.Philadelphia :A. Fiot, Lee & Walker ,1852

Additional Note

Christy's Melody

Note

Also published by F. D. Benteen & Co., Baltimore and O. Ditson and Geo. P. Reed, Boston.
Box 8, Folder 1

Maggie Murphy's home : song New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1890.Chicago :Chicago Music Company ,1890

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
Edward Harrigan's 'Reilly and the 400'
Box 8, Folder 2

Whistling Rufus, or, The one man band : a characteristic march n.p.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Kerry Mills
Adapted by W. Murdoch Lind
Kerry Mills' Two step Marches
Box 8, Folder 2

I wish I was in Dixie's land New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1860.Boston :Oliver Ditson ,1860

Additional Note

Composed by Dan D. Emmett
Arranged by W. L. Hobbs
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by C. Y. Fonda, Cincinnati ; and P. P. Werlein, New-Orleans ; and H. Kleber & Bro., Pittsburgh.
Box 8, Folder 2

Angels hover o'er our darling Cincinnati :F. W. Helmick,1876

Additional Note

Music by George Hastings
Words by A. L. Fanshaw
Songs of the New Orleans Troubadours
Box 8, Folder 2

Your money's no good, a coontown disagreement London :John Donigan,1899

Additional Note

Words and Music by Lee Johnson and J. Dewey
Box 8, Folder 2

There'd never been no trouble if they'd kidnapped a coon : a bit of black wisdom New York :Howley, Haviland & Co.,1899.Chicago :Masonic Temple ,1899

Additional Note

Music by Gussie L. Davis
Words by Tom Brown and Gussie L. Davis
Box 8, Folder 3

Aggravatin' Papa (Don't you try to two-time me) New York :Waterson, Berlin, Snyder & Co.,1922

Additional Note

Music by Roy Turk and J. Russel Robinson
Lithographer : Frederick S. Manning
Box 8, Folder 3

The old home ain't what it used to be Boston :White, Smith & Co.,1872

Additional Note

Music by C. A. White
Lithographer : [Charley Howard?]
Performed by The Original Georgia Minstrels
Box 8, Folder 3

African patrol Chicago :National Music Company,1893

Additional Note

Music by G. B. Brigham
Lithographer : Henry Furl
Box 8, Folder 3

My Hannah lady, whose black baby is you? New York :Jos. W. Stern & Co.,1899

Additional Note

Words and Music by Dave Reed, Jr.
Box 8, Folder 3

Ma Tiger Lily New York :M. Witmark & Sons,1900

Additional Note

Music by A. B. Sloane
Words by Clay M. Greene
Aunt Hannah
Box 8, Folder 4

The old log cabin in the lane : song and chorus Brooklyn :D. S. Holmes,1875

Additional Note

Music by J. C. Chamberlain
Written by Grace Carlton
Lithographer : E. Sears
Box 8, Folder 4

What you goin' do when the rent comes Ôround? (Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown) New York :Harry von Tilzer Music Publishing Co.,1905

Additional Note

Music by Harry von Tilzer
Written by Andrew B. Sterling
Lithographer : Jenkins
Harry von Tilzer's Great Room Rent Songs
Box 8, Folder 4

All coons look alike to me New York :M. Witmark & Sons,1896

Additional Note

Words and Music by Ernest Hogan
May Irwin's New Coon Song Hits
Box 8, Folder 4

In the morning by the bright light : a famous end song Boston :John F. Perry & Co.,1879.Chicago :Root & Sons' Music Company ,1879

Additional Note

Words and Music by James Bland
Performed by Harrigan and Hart

Note

Also published by M. Gray, San Francisco ; W. A. Pond & Co. and S. T. Gordon & Son, New York ; S. Brainard's Sons, Cleveland ; and John Church & Co. and Geo. D. Newhall & Co., Cincinnati.
Box 8, Folder 4

The old home ain't what it used to be Boston :White, Smith & Co.,1872

Additional Note

Music by C. A. White
Lithographer : [Charley Howard?]
Performed by The Original Georgia Minstrels
Box 8, Folder 5

Old black Joe : song and chorus New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co.,1860.Chicago :Root & Sons ,1860

Additional Note

Composed by Stephen C. Foster

Note

Also published by M. Gray, San Francisco ; J. A. Weide, St. Paul ; H. Kleber & Bro., Pittsburgh ; H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee ; Ludden & Bates, Savannah ; A. Waldteufel, San Jose ; E. H. Cushing, Houston ; Skinner & Sperry, New Haven.
Box 8, Folder 5

De Golden wedding : song and chorus Boston :John F. Perry & Co.,1880.Chicago :Root & Sons ,1880

Additional Note

Words and Music by James A. Bland
Arranged by J. H. W.

Note

Also published by W. A. Pond & Co. and S. T. Gordon & Son, New York ; John Church & Co. and G. D. Newhall & Co., Cincinnati.
Box 8, Folder 5

Melancholy Mose New York :Howley, Haviland, & Dresser,1901

Additional Note

Music by Ben M. Jerome
Words by Frank Abbott
Box 8, Folder 5

Mandy Lane New York and Detroit :Jerome H. Remick & Co.,1908

Additional Note

Music by William J. McKenna
Box 8, Folder 5

Smoky Mokes : song, chorus and cake walk New York :Feist and Frankenthaler,1899

Additional Note

Music by A. Holzmann
Words by W. Murdoch Lind
Box 8, Folder 5

Oh, dem golden slippers : song and chorus Boston :John F. Perry & Co. ,1879

Additional Note

Words and Music by James A. Bland
Arranged by F. Louis
 

Series 6. California

 

Subseries a. Illustrated with original photographs

Box 8, Folder 6

Pretty Violette : song and chorus New York :Wm. A. Pond, & Co.,1876

Additional Note

Music by Herm[an] F. Cruendler
Words by J. Mc. Vicker
Box 8, Folder 6

My dear little Jessie San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde, & Co.,1876

Additional Note

Words and Music by James A. Kerr
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photos, San Francisco
Four gems of song
Box 8, Folder 6

Chorus of pages : see how his face he covers San Francisco :M. Gray,1878.San Jose :A Waldteufel ,1878

Additional Note

Music by Charles Lecocq
Photographer Thomas Houseworth, & Co., San Francisco
Performed by Mrs. Alice Oates' English Comic Opera Troupe
Le Petit Duc
Box 8, Folder 6

Chorus of pages : see how his face he covers San Francisco :M. Gray,1878.San Jose :A Waldteufel ,1878

Additional Note

Music by Charles Lecocq
Photographer Thomas Houseworth, & Co., San Francisco
Performed by Mrs. Alice Oates' English Comic Opera Troupe
Le Petit Duc
Box 8, Folder 6

To Edwin Booth : Schottische San Francisco :McCurrie, Weber, & Co. ,1876.Boston :G. D. Russell, & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Composed by 'Far West'
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers
Box 8, Folder 7

To Edwin Booth : Schottische San Francisco :McCurrie, Weber, & Co. ,1876.Boston :G. D. Russell, & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Composed by 'Far West'
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers
Box 8, Folder 7

Alladin : Schottische San Francisco :M. Gray ,[1873].Portland :,

Additional Note

Composed by Carl Hess
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers
Box 8, Folder 7

Feed my sheep Boston :,1887

Additional Note

Composed by Lyman Brackett
Words by Rev. Mary B. G. Eddy
Box 8, Folder 7

Silver on her heels San Francisco :M. Gray ,1870

Additional Note

Composed by Cha[rle]s Schultz
Words by E. S. Marble
Lithographer : Phelan & Co., Lith. ; Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers
Performed by Miss Emelie Melville
Box 8, Folder 7

Silver on her heels San Francisco :M. Gray ,1870

Additional Note

Composed by Cha[rle]s Schultz
Words by E. S. Marble
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers
Performed by Miss Emelie Melville
Box 8, Folder 8

Let me kiss those weeping eyes! : a ballad San Francisco :M. Gray ,1878

Additional Note

Words and Music by James A. Kerr
Words by E. S. Marble
Photographer Thomas Houseworth, & Co., Photographers
Box 8, Folder 8

Eureka : clog dance San Francisco :M. Gray ,1873

Additional Note

Composed by Louis Bodecker
Words by E. S. Marble
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, San Francisco, Photographers
The Chapman Sisters
Box 8, Folder 8

Lotus bloom : waltzes San Francisco :M. Gray ,1878.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1878

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Louis Bodecker
Photographer Thomas Houseworth, & Co., Photographers
Box 8, Folder 8

The Vivian medley San Francisco :Gray Ôs Music Stores,1871

Additional Note

Arranged by H. M. Bosworth
Performed by Schmidt & Schlott's Orchestra
Instrument : Piano
Box 8, Folder 8

Wait for the turn of the tide San Francisco :M. Gray ,1871

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Photographer G. T. Brown, & Co., San Francisco, Lithographers; Bradley & Rulofson, San Francisco, Photographers
The Great Vivian's songs and sketches
Box 8, Folder 9

Gentle Daisy Bell; or, Meadow by the sea : song and chorus San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde, & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Words and Music by James A. Kerr
Four gems of song
Box 8, Folder 9

Dance of death : waltz San Francisco :Wm. A. Frey,1877.Boston :Oliver Ditson, & Co. ,

Additional Note

Composed by W. Stuckenholz
Photographer Carl Schultz
Box 8, Folder 9

I'm too affectionate, I know San Francisco :M. Gray,1878.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1878

Additional Note

Arranged by Charles E. Owen
Words by Charles Lecocq
Photographer Thomas Houseworth, & Co., Photographers
Performed by Miss Lulu Stevens
La marjolaine
Box 8, Folder 9

Eight o'clock polka : polka characteristique San Francisco :Wm. P. Harrison, Music Printer,1864

Additional Note

Composed by Paul Julien
Lithographer : Fishbourne Liths., San Francisco
Box 8, Folder 9

Elzer waltz (so gaily, so brightly) : valse de concert San Francisco :M. Gray,1874

Additional Note

Composed by Richard Mulder
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Box 8, Folder 10

Girl on the rolling skates San Francisco :J. L. A. Brodersen, & Co.,1882

Additional Note

Words and Music by Dan Lewis
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Box 8, Folder 10

De murska waltzes San Francisco :McCurrie & Weber,1875

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Marsh
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Box 8, Folder 10

Neilson grand march San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1870s]

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Schultz
Photographer Houseworth & Co., Photographers, San Francisco
Performed by California Theatre Orchestra
Box 8, Folder 10

Aimee waltz San Francisco :McCurrie, Weber, & Co.,1876.Boston :G. D. Russell, & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by 'Far West'
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Box 8, Folder 10

Aimee waltz San Francisco :McCurrie, Weber, & Co.,1876.Boston :G. D. Russell, & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by 'Far West'
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Box 9, Folder 1

On the beach at Long Branch New York :Wm. A. Pond, & Co.,1868

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by William Lingard
Lithographer : The Major & Knapp Eng., Mf'g, & Lith. Co., New York
Box 9, Folder 1

Col. Plantageanet of the N.G.S.N.Y. : a military sketch San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1874

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by William Horace Lingard
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
William Horace Lingard's Songs and Sketches
Box 9, Folder 1

I shouldn't like to say : a lady's serio-comic sketch San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1874

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Schultz
Words by William Horace Lingard
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
William Horace Lingard's Songs and Sketches
Box 9, Folder 1

Neilson grand march San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Schultz
Photographer Houseworth & Co., Photographers, San Francisco
Performed by California Theatre Orchestra
William Horace Lingard's Songs and Sketches
Box 9, Folder 1

Carnival march Los Angeles :The Blanchard -Fitzgerald Music Co.,1896

Additional Note

Composed by C. G. Hatchett
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 9, Folder 2

Jack and I San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1878]

Additional Note

Composed by Alfred Cellier
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Performed by W. T. Carleton
Box 9, Folder 2

The Diplomacy Co. Lancers San Francisco :M. Gray,1878.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1878

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Louis Bodecker
Photographer Houseworth, Photographers, San Francisco
Box 9, Folder 2

Waltz dedicated to the members of the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1876

Additional Note

Composed by Mary J. Shawhan
Photographer Houseworth, Photographers, San Francisco

Note

Front cover only -no music
Box 9, Folder 2

Good-bye, God bless you all! : ballad with chorus San Francisco :M. Gray,1878.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1878

Additional Note

Music by 'Far West'
Photographer Thomas Houseworth, & Co., Photographers, San Francisco
Box 9, Folder 2

New olympic waltz, as performed at the formal opening of the new rooms of the Olympic Club San Francisco :M. Gray,1879.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1879

Additional Note

Composed by Henri Mauri
Photographer Thomas Houseworth, & Co., Photographers, San Francisco
Box 9, Folder 3

Building castles in the air San Francisco and Portland :Gray's Music Stores,1871

Additional Note

Arranged by C. E. Platt
Songs of the great Vivian
Box 9, Folder 3

Building castles in the air San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1871

Additional Note

Music by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by C. Vivian
Lithographer : G. T. Brown, & Co., Lithographers ; Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Performed by C. Vivian
The Great Vivian's Songs and Sketches
Box 9, Folder 3

Ten thousand miles away : the tread mill song San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1871

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by C. Vivian
Lithographer : G. T. Brown, & Co., Lithographers ; Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Performed by C. Vivian
The Great Vivian's Songs and Sketches
Box 9, Folder 3

Ten thousand miles away : the tread mill song San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1871

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by C. Vivian
Lithographer : G. T. Brown, & Co., Lithographers ; Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Performed by C. Vivian
The Great Vivian's Songs and Sketches
Box 9, Folder 3

Ten thousand miles away : the tread mill song San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1871

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by C. Vivian
Lithographer : G. T. Brown, & Co., Lithographers ; Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Performed by C. Vivian
The Great Vivian's Songs and Sketches
Box 9, Folder 4

Moet and Chandon : sequel to Champagne Charlie San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1871

Additional Note

Composed by Geo[rge] Leybourne
Words by H. Hurrille
Lithographer G. T. Brown, & Co., Lithographers ; Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
The Great Vivian's Songs and Sketches
Box 9, Folder 4

I will stand by my friend San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1872

Additional Note

Composed by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by Bedford Reute
Lithographer : G. T. Brown, & Co., Lithographers ; Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
The Great Vivian's Songs and Sketches
Box 9, Folder 4

Bonnie Little Bell San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1875

Additional Note

Composed by Cha[rle]s Schultz
Words by Sam Booth
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
The Great Vivian's Songs and Sketches
Box 9, Folder 4

Bless the badge of heaven's blue Cincinnati :F. W. Helmick,1877

Additional Note

Words and Music by Charlie Baker
Photographer Francis Murphy
Five Beautiful Temperance Songs
Box 9, Folder 4

Going to de schucking San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco ; Max Bachert, artist
Billy Emerson's Songs
Box 9, Folder 5

Brown-eyed Nell Oakland and San Francisco :Pacific Press,

Additional Note

Music by Joseph Roeckel
Words by Hector A. Stuart
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Ellen Coursen Singing Recitals Repertoire
Box 9, Folder 5

After the opera's over San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1872

Additional Note

Arranged by Carl Hess
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco ; Max Bachert, artist
Mr. J. H. Milburn's Musical Bouquet
Box 9, Folder 5

The flower girl's gavotte à la schottische San Francisco :Matthias Gray Co.,1887

Additional Note

Composed by J. Donigan
Photographer Cha[rle]s Lainer, San Francisco
Mr. J. H. Milburn's Musical Bouquet
Box 9, Folder 5

Little birdie sing and cheer me San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde & Co.,1876

Additional Note

Music by Lillian
Words by De Witt Hubbell
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Four gems of song
Box 9, Folder 5

In the wide world (In die Weite Welt) : marche des Amazones San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde & Co.,

Additional Note

Music by Carl Faust
Photographer Houseworth & Co., Photographers, San Francisco
Naiad Queen
Box 9, Folder 6

Aladdin quadrille : Schotische San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Music by Carl Hess
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco ; Max Bachert, artist
Box 9, Folder 6

Grand March of King Henry V San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1876

Additional Note

Arranged by J. H. Dohrmann
Photographer Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Box 9, Folder 6

Ten thousand miles away : the tread mill song San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1871

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by C. Vivian
Lithographer G. T. Brown, & Co., Lithographers ; Bradley & Rulofson, Photographers, San Francisco
Performed by C. Vivian
The Great Vivian's Songs and Sketches
 

Subseries b. 1836 - 1849, Westward Ho

Box 9, Folder 7

The California quick step Philadelphia :E. Ferrett & Co.,1849

Box 9, Folder 7

The miner's quick step Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1849

Additional Note

Composed by A. F. Holmes
Instrument : Piano
Box 9, Folder 7

The gold mines of California, or, Leonore grand march, in which is introduced Weigl's beautiful air of Leonore Boston :G. P. Reed & Co.,1849

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Louis Strack
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 9, Folder 7

California quick step, introducing the popular air of Uncle Ned Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1849

Additional Note

Arranged by Edward L. White
Box 9, Folder 7

Pull away cheerily! the gold digger's song London :Musical Bouquet Office and J. Allen,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Written by Harry Lee Carter
Performed by Harry Lee Carter and George Henry Russell
Box 9, Folder 8

Cheer, boys, cheer! London :Musical Bouquet Office and J. Allen,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Words by Charles Mackay, L.L.D.
The Emigrant's Progress, or, Life in the Far West
Box 9, Folder 8

California gold diggers march Boston :Henry Tolman,[1848 -1852]

Additional Note

Composed by Dr. H. G. Barrus
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 9, Folder 8

California polka New York :William Hall & Son,1849

Additional Note

Composed by Miss Julia W. Pomeroy
Box 9, Folder 8

Westward Ho : a favorite song and chorus Philadelphia :Klemm & Brother,1839

Additional Note

Composed by M. Richter
Box 9, Folder 8

California as it is : comic song New York :William Hall & Son,1849

Additional Note

Written by Thaddeus W. Meighan
Lithographer : Oliver & Brother, New York
Performed by Pete Morris
Box 9, Folder 9

To the west, to the west! [London] :Musical Bouquet ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Written by Charles Mackay, L.L.D.
Lithographer : Mayall
Performed by Henry Russell
The Emigrant's Progress
Box 9, Folder 9

California march Louisville :Peters, Webb & Co.,1849.Cincinnati :Peters & Field ,1849

Additional Note

Composed by William Iucho
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by W. C. Peters, New York
 

Subseries c. 1870 - 1879, Non-Illustrated

Box 9, Folder 10

La chatelaine San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1870s]

Additional Note

Music by A. le Duc
Sherman & Hyde's collection of choice piano pieces
Box 9, Folder 10

Let me dream again San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,[1876 -1878].San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,[1876 -1878]

Additional Note

Music by Arthur Sullivan
Words by B. C. Stephenson
Arion collection of favorite songs
Box 9, Folder 10

No, no I never can forget : ballad, answer to the composer's popular song 'The day when you'll forget me' San Francisco and Portland :Grays Music Stores,1872

Additional Note

Music by J. R. Loomis
Words by Pascal Loomis
Box 9, Folder 10

Al fin brillar (At length with joy) : valse San Francisco and Portland :Gray's Music Stores,1872

Additional Note

Music by L. Ricci
Translated and Arranged by H. Millard
Fiori d'Italia : a Collection of Gems
Box 9, Folder 10

I love you, you rogue : the celebrated dungeon song from Offenbach's La Perichole San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1876.New York :William A. Pond & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Music by Offenbach
Performed by Miss Emily Melville

Note

Also published by A. Waldteufel, San Jose ; O. Ditson & Co., Boston ; and F. A. North & co., Philadelphia.
Box 10, Folder 1

Angiol di pace (Angel of peace) : terzettino San Francisco and Portland :Gray's Music Stores,1873

Additional Note

Music by Bellini
Translated and Arranged by H. Millard
Fiori d'Italia : a Collection of Gems
Box 10, Folder 1

A. A. Rosenberg, no. 139 Kearny Street, Cor. Sutton, San Francisco. Music Publisher and dealer in musical merchandise of every discreption, importer of pianos, parlor organs and melodeons. Agent for the celebrated Dunham & Sons, and Calenberg, Vaupel & Co's piano fortes. Church and Sabbath School Singing Books s.l.. :s.d.,n.d.

Additional Note

Printer Spaulding & Barto, Music Printers, San Francisco

Note

Broadside only.
Box 10, Folder 1

The sultan's polka San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Charles d'Albert
Happy hours choice selections from favorite authors
Box 10, Folder 1

Overture to poet and peasant (Dichter und Bauer) San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Suppé
Arranged by C. T. Brunner
Box 10, Folder 1

Pretty as a picture schottische San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by Leonard Georges
Box 10, Folder 2

New half and half polka San Francisco :A. A. Rosenberg,n.d.Sacramento :L. K. Hammer ,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by H. M. Bosworth
Lithographer : Russell Bros., New York
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by Geo. H. Hare, San Jose and Hillman & Co., Portland.
Box 10, Folder 2

New half and half polka San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1871 -1877].Sacramento :L. K. Hammer ,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by H. M. Bosworth
Lithographer : Russell Bros., New York
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by Geo. H. Hare, San Jose and Hillman & Co., Portland.
Box 10, Folder 2

Pretty as a picture schottische San Francisco :McCurrie & Weber,1876

Additional Note

Arranged by Leonard Georges
Box 10, Folder 2

There's a letter in the candle : song and chorus San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Music by George T. Evans
Box 10, Folder 2

Would you answer yes or no? San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1875

Additional Note

Music by Charles E. Pratt
Words by George Cooper
Box 10, Folder 3

The sun flower schottische (with introduction) San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1868

Additional Note

Arranged by George T. Evans
Box 10, Folder 3

Te deum laudamus San Francisco :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Music by George T. Evans
From :Episcopal Church music
Box 10, Folder 3

Guild schottische San Francisco :James S. Smith,1876

Additional Note

Composed by H. S. Krouse
Box 10, Folder 3

The angel bride San Francisco :Charles S. Eaton,1875

Additional Note

Music by S. N. Helmers
Instrument : Piano
Box 10, Folder 3

Tremolo, ràverie San Francisco :M. Gray,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by H. Rosellen
From :Morceaux favoris pour le piano
Box 10, Folder 4

Faust de Ch. Gounod San Francisco :M. Gray,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by D. Krug
From :Fleurs melodiques : simple and instructive selections from favorite operas
Box 10, Folder 4

The palace of truth : polka mazurka San Francisco :M. Gray,1872

Additional Note

Music by Charles Schultz
Performed by Mme. Erminie Venturoli
Box 10, Folder 4

The swallow San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,[1876 -1878].San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,[1876 -1878]

Additional Note

Music by Ciro Pensuti
Box 10, Folder 4

Starry night for a ramble : song and chorus San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1871 -1878]

Additional Note

Music by Samuel Bagnal
Box 10, Folder 4

Mother says I mustn't San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1872

Additional Note

Music by Carl Hess
Words by Sam Booth
Box 10, Folder 5

Bright star of hope, or, Call me thine own San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Music by Halevy
From :Beauties of German song
Box 10, Folder 5

Baby mine : song and chorus San Francisco :California Music Publishing Company,1878

Additional Note

Arranged by William W. Barbour
Performed by Mr. T. B. Dixon
Box 10, Folder 5

Unforgotten : beautiful song San Francisco :Bancroft, Knight & Co.,1879

Additional Note

Composed by T. Brigham Bishop
Box 10, Folder 5

Speak to me! San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,n.d.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Fabio Campana
Written by H. B. Farnie
From :Flowers
Box 10, Folder 5

The Danube river San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1878

Additional Note

Music by Hamilton Aidé
From :The Vocalist : choice songs, ballads, etc.
Box 10, Folder 6

The bridge San Francisco :M. Gray,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Miss M. Lindsay
Written by H. W. Longfellow, Esq.
From :Vocal Beauties of England and America for Voice and Piano
Box 10, Folder 6

Home memories San Francisco :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Music by Charles Bray
Words by W. R. Fortier
From :The guitarist's repertoire : a collection of songs & ballads arranged principally by Manuel Y. Ferrer

Note

Arranged for guitar by M. Y. Ferrer
Box 10, Folder 6

Could you or would you : song sung by Fanchette in the opera 'Royal Middy' San Francisco :Geo. W. Hagans,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Genee
From :Songs and choruses from the opera of Royal Middy, rapturously encored
Box 10, Folder 6

Gavotte circus Renz San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Hermann Fliege
Box 10, Folder 6

Gavotte circus Renz San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1877

Additional Note

Composed by Hermann Fliege
Box 10, Folder 7

Tra-la-la-loo schottisch San Francisco :McCurrie, Weber & Co.,1877.New York :William A. Pond & Co. ,1877

Additional Note

Arranged by J. L. Mundwyler
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by O. Ditson & Co., Boston.
Box 10, Folder 7

Tra-la-la-loo schottisch San Francisco, Portland, and Stockton :Matthias Gray,1877.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1877

Additional Note

Arranged by H. S. Krouse
Performed by Ballenberg's Band
Instrument : Piano
Box 10, Folder 7

La baladine San Francisco :William A. Frey,[1865 -1880]

Additional Note

Music by C. B. Lysberg
From :Choice gems of melody by favorite authors
Box 10, Folder 7

Bruder Lustig Galop San Francisco :William A. Frey,[1865 -1880]

Additional Note

Music by Ch[arles] Denstedt
From :Musical gems : a choice selection of brilliant compositions by favorite authors
Box 10, Folder 7

Guild schottische San Francisco :James S. Smith,1876

Additional Note

Composed by Harry S. Krouse
Box 10, Folder 8

Blue Danube waltzes San Francisco :William A. Frey,[1865 -1880]

Additional Note

Composed by Johann Strauss
From :Musical gems : a choice selection of brilliant compositions by favorite authors
Box 10, Folder 8

The bridge San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1871 -1878]

Additional Note

Composed by Miss M. Lindsay
Written by H. W. Longfellow, Esq.
From :Choice vocal melodies
Box 10, Folder 8

I love my love : song and chorus San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1871 -1877]

Additional Note

Music by C. Pinsuti
Words by C. Mackay
Box 10, Folder 8

Pigmy schottische San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1876

Additional Note

Composed by J. H. Dohrmann
Box 10, Folder 8

How he loves me best San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray, Publisher,[1871 -1872]

Additional Note

Composed by Desmond L. Ryan
Written by H. Saville Clarke
Box 10, Folder 9

Golden state march San Francisco :W. B. MacKellar,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Adam Geibel
Box 10, Folder 9

Mine leedle Yawcob Strauss San Francisco :L. Von der Mehden,1878

Additional Note

Music by L. Von der Mehden
Words by Charles F. Adams
Box 10, Folder 9

The galloping sleigh ride polka San Francisco :Blackmar & Davis,[1879]

Additional Note

Composed by J. P. Ordway
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 10, Folder 9

The puzzled Dutchman : comic song San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1875

Additional Note

Music by E. G. Regennas
Box 10, Folder 9

Davy Crocket's motto San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1870s]

Additional Note

Music by Charles Schultz
Words by Sam Booth
Box 10, Folder 10

La harpe Eolienne San Francisco :M. Gray,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Sydney Smith
From :Morceaux favoris pour le piano
Box 10, Folder 10

First kiss : polka San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Composed by Louis Bodecker
Performed by Ballenberg's orchestra
From :Compositions of Louis Bodecker
Box 10, Folder 10

Poor little snowflake San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1876

Additional Note

Composed by J. H. Dohrmann
Performed by Miss Daniel

Note

Cover only. Music inside is 'Oh! Have pity, I pray,' music by J. H. Dohrmann, words by J. Woodard, Esq.
Box 10, Folder 10

Nobody knows as I know : ballad San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874

Additional Note

Music by Frederick Clay
Box 10, Folder 10

Mother says I mustn't San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1872

Additional Note

Music by Carl Hess
Words by Sam Booth
Box 11, Folder 1

Of what is the old man thinking? : old English words to a popular Spanish melody San Francisco :M. Gray,1878.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1878

Additional Note

Adapted by George Hunt
English words by J. H. Bayly
Box 11, Folder 1

The summer time that was San Francisco :M. Gray,1871

Additional Note

Composed by Oscar Weil
Words by Owen Meredith
Box 11, Folder 1

Fairest of the fair polka Santa Clara :E. C. E. Vile,1872.San Francisco :C. Eaton ,1872

Additional Note

Music by E. C. E. Vile
Printer College Press, Santa Clara ; Spaulding & Barto, San Francisco

Note

Also published by Morton & Co., San Jose.
Box 11, Folder 1

Moet and Chandon : sequel to Champagne Charlie San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1871

Additional Note

Composed by George Leybourne
Written by H. Hurrile
Performed by C. Vivian, Emeline Zavistowski and others
Box 11, Folder 1

Pigmy schottische San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1876

Additional Note

Composed by J. H. Dohrmann
Box 11, Folder 2

Weber polka for the piano forte San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874.San Jose :Morton & Co. ,1874

Additional Note

Composed by Leonard Georges

Note

Also published by Willaim Kierski, Stockton.
Box 11, Folder 2

Palace of truth polka mazurka San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1872

Additional Note

Music by Charles Schultz
Box 11, Folder 2

Lullaby schottische San Francisco :William A. Frey,1878

Additional Note

Arranged by H. von der Mehden
Box 11, Folder 2

Ivy Club lancers San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Composed by Louis Bodecker
Performed by Ballenberg's orchestra
From :Compositions of Louis Bodecker
Box 11, Folder 2

La fille de Mme. Angot : opera comique San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,[1876]

Additional Note

Music by Charles Lecocq
Performed by Ballenberg's orchestra
From :Compositions of Louis Bodecker
Box 11, Folder 3

Oh! Don't we cut a dash! : schottische San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Composed by Louis Bodecker
Box 11, Folder 3

Grand march to the sunset land San Francisco :Charles S. Eaton,1870

Additional Note

Composed by Albert I. Sumner
Box 11, Folder 3

Annabel Lee : Ballad San Francisco :A. A. Rosenberg,1870.Sacramento :L. K. Hammer ,1870

Additional Note

Composed by Jane W. Bruner
Lithographer : Stackpole, New York

Note

Also published by G. W. Hillman, Portland ; Henry Wagner, Marysville ; and W. Brodrick, Los Angeles.
Box 11, Folder 3

Dream thou of me, darling : ballad San Francisco :M. Gray,1870

Additional Note

Written and composed by David Nesfield
Box 11, Folder 3

When my ship comes in : schottische San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde, & Co.,1877

Additional Note

Arranged by Leonard Georges
Performed by Ballenberg's Orchestra
Box 11, Folder 4

The dearest spot on Earth is home (Sweet home) : transcription San Francisco and Portland :Gray's Music Stores,1872

Additional Note

Music by W. T. Wrighton
Arranged by Brinley Richards
Box 11, Folder 4

Open the door : song and chorus San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1872

Additional Note

Composed by Stephen Massett
Arranged by Brinley Richards
Box 11, Folder 4

The bridal schottische San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1875

Additional Note

Composed by S. H. Marsh
Box 11, Folder 4

Bright star of hope, or, Call me thine own San Francisco :M. Gray,1873.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1873

Additional Note

Music by Halevy
Flute or violin ad lib by George Koppitz
From :Dramma Musicale
Box 11, Folder 4

Speak to me : ballad San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1871 -1878]

Additional Note

Music by Fabio Campana
Words by H. B. Farnie
Box 11, Folder 5

Wm. A. Frey, publisher and dealer in foreign and American sheet music, music books, roman strings, pianos, organs, melodeons, violins, guitars, accordeons, and every description of musical merchandise, fancy goods, toilet articles, toys, etc., special attention given to the tuning & repairing of musical instruments all work warrantied. Sheet music arranged and neatly bound, orders from the country promptly attended to. All of the new music received as soon as published. Music sent by mail, prepaid, to any part of the coutnry, upon receipt of the Marked price. San Francisco :Wm. A. Frey,[1865 -1880]

Additional Note

Words by H. B. Farnie

Note

Broadside only.
Box 11, Folder 5

The palace of truth : polka mazurka San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1872

Additional Note

Music by Charles Schultz
Performed by Mme. Erminie Venturoli
Box 11, Folder 5

When my ship comes in : schottische San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1877

Additional Note

Arranged by Leonard Georges
Performed by Ballenberg's Orchestra
Box 11, Folder 5

The Aldine schottische San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1875

Additional Note

Composed by Abe. Seeligsohn
Performed by Ballenberg's Orchestra
Box 11, Folder 5

Good night : ballad San Francisco, Portland, and Stockton :Matthias Gray,1877

Additional Note

Music by Geoffrey C. Herbert
Words by Rev. G. J. Flanders
Performed by Ballenberg's Orchestra
Box 11, Folder 6

Floretta schottische San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde & Co.,1877

Additional Note

Composed by Adolph Pferdner
Box 11, Folder 6

Herzberg galop San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde ,[1871 -1877]

Additional Note

Composed by W. B. Elliot, Jr.
From :Galops by favorite composers
Box 11, Folder 6

Spider to the fly San Francisco :McCurrie & Weber,1875

Additional Note

Transcription by A. A. Rosenberg
Box 11, Folder 6

Dolly Hayes ballad San Francisco :T. J. Donnelly,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by P. R. Nicholls
Written by T. J. Donnelly
Box 11, Folder 6

Courting San Francisco :M. Gray,1874

Additional Note

Music by A. H. Pease
Words by Anonymous
Lithographer : Stackpole, New York
Box 11, Folder 7

By the river : ballad San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1875

Additional Note

Composed by Felix Marti
Words by T. A. Kermode
Box 11, Folder 7

Wedding march San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy
From :Perles musicales pour piano
Box 11, Folder 7

Peri waltzes San Francisco :A. L. Bancroft & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Charles D'Albert
From :Choice gems of melody by favorite authors
Box 11, Folder 7

Il bacio waltz (The kiss) San Francisco :M. Gray,1871

Additional Note

Music by Luigi Arditi
From :Dance music for the piano
Box 11, Folder 7

Courtland waltz San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1871 -1877]

Additional Note

Music by Albert B. Cheney
Box 11, Folder 8

I cannot tell you why : comic song for ladies with chorus San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1871 .New York :J. L. Peters ,1871

Additional Note

Music by George W. Persley
Words by Hank Darley

Note

Also published by Dobmeyer & Cody, Cincinnati ; T. Goggan & Bro., Galveston ; White, Smith, & Perry, Boston ; and L. Grunewald, New Orleans.
Box 11, Folder 8

My Gal! schottische San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1874

Additional Note

Composed by Louis Bodecker
Box 11, Folder 8

Pretty as a picture schottische San Francisco :William A. Frey,1876.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Arranged by Leonard Georges
Box 11, Folder 8

Pretty as a picture schottische San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1876.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Arranged by Leonard Georges
Box 11, Folder 8

Baby mine schottische San Francisco :Matthias Gray,1878

Additional Note

Composed by W. Stuckenholz
Box 11, Folder 9

Pull down the blind San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,[1871 -1877]

Additional Note

Words and Music by Charles McCarthy
Arranged by J. Holmes
Instrument : Piano
Box 11, Folder 9

When the stars begin to peep schottische San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Schultz
Box 11, Folder 9

When the stars begin to peep schottische San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Schultz
Box 11, Folder 9

Darling little Jessie : song and chorus San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1876

Additional Note

Words and Music by James A. Kerr
Box 11, Folder 9

Miss Lydia Thompson's song 'Silver on her heels' San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1870

Additional Note

Music by Charles Schultz
Words by E. S. Marble
Box 11, Folder 10

The wishing ring San Francisco and Porland :Gray's Music Stores,1874

Additional Note

Composed by David Nesfield
From :Gems of Song for Voice and Piano
Box 11, Folder 10

I cannot sing the old songs : schottische San Francisco :William A. Frey,1878

Additional Note

Music by W. Stuckenholz
Box 11, Folder 10

Don't make a noise schottische San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1877

Additional Note

Arranged by J. P. Meder
Performed by Ballenberg's Orchestra
Box 11, Folder 10

National song San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1876

Additional Note

Music by John P. Morgan
Words by Bayard Taylor
Box 11, Folder 10

I'm waiting my darling for thee! : song and chorus San Francisco :M. Gray,1870

Additional Note

Music by George T. Evans
Box 12, Folder 1

Beautiful dreams of the twilight : song and chorus San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1876

Additional Note

Music by Charles E. Pratt
Words by George Cooper
Box 12, Folder 1

Is my darling true to me San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1875

Additional Note

Music by Charles E. Pratt
Words by George Cooper
Performed by Alice Dunning
Box 12, Folder 1

Lonely I wander, or, Rejected San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874

Additional Note

Music by G. H. Anderson
Words by C. C. Haskins
Box 12, Folder 1

I love the night San Jose :Morton & Co.,1875

Additional Note

Composed by D. B. Moody
Written by George P. Morris
Box 12, Folder 1

Fairest of the fair : schottische San Francisco and Portland :Gray's Music Stores,1871

Additional Note

Composed by G. L. De Prans
Performed by Schmidt & Schlott's Orchestra
Box 12, Folder 2

Hamlet mazourka San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray's Music Stores,1874

Additional Note

Arranged by Charles E. Pratt
From :Ambroise Thomas' celebrated opera 'Hamlet'
Box 12, Folder 2

Arcadian march San Francisco :Kohler & Chase,1879

Additional Note

Music by Harry S. Krouse
Performed by Blum's Orchestra
Box 12, Folder 2

When the stars begin to peep San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Schultz
Performed by Maggie Moore
Box 12, Folder 2

Sweet Emeline ballad San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1871

Additional Note

Arranged by George T. Evans
Performed by Louis Braham
Box 12, Folder 2

I cannot sing the old songs : schottische San Francisco :William A. Frey,1878

Additional Note

Music by W. Stuckenholz
Box 12, Folder 3

The days when I was young schottische San Francisco and Portland :Gray's Music Stores,1872

Additional Note

Music by George T. Evans
Box 12, Folder 3

Oh Nicodemus schottische San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874.Philadelphia :Lee & Walker ,1874

Additional Note

Music by H. M. Bosworth
Box 12, Folder 3

Let those who quarrel fight San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Arranged by Henry Worth
Performed by Maggie Moore and Billy Emerson
Box 12, Folder 3

Ching Chow Chung : Chinese song and dance San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1872

Additional Note

Music by Charles Schultz
Performed by Maggie Moore
Box 12, Folder 3

Over the way San Jose :A. Waldteufel,1876.San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray ,1876

Additional Note

Music by D. B. Moody
Poetry by Scribner's magazine
From :Six songs of D. B. Moody
Box 12, Folder 4

Waiting for the rain San Jose :A. Waldteufel,1875.San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray ,1875

Additional Note

Composed by D. B. Moody
Written by Annie E. Fitzgerald
Box 12, Folder 4

Kentucky Jubilee Singers' schottische, introducing the popular plantation melodies of 'Darkies on the levee,' 'Oh, Peter, go ring dem bells,' 'We'll cross de ribber ob Jordan,' and 'Swing low sweet chariot' San Francisco :A. L. Bancroft & Co.,1879

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Frederick G. Carnes
Box 12, Folder 4

Kentucky Jubilee Singers' schottische, introducing the popular plantation melodies of 'Darkies on the levee,' 'Oh, Peter, go ring dem bells,' 'We'll cross de ribber ob Jordan,' and 'Swing low sweet chariot' San Francisco :A. L. Bancroft & Co.,1879

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Frederick G. Carnes
Box 12, Folder 4

Stand me on my little head, a parody on 'Put me in my little bed' : song and chorus San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1873

Additional Note

Music by A. H. Rosewig
Box 12, Folder 4

There's sunshine in the heart : song and chorus Philadelphia :F. A. North & Co.,1877

Additional Note

Music by T. Brigham Bishop
Words by Claude de Haven
Lithographer : Thos. Hunter, Lith., Philadelphia
From :Popular melodies of Emerson's California minstrels
Box 12, Folder 5

You and I San Francisco :s.d.,[1873]

Additional Note

Words and Music by Claribel
Box 12, Folder 5

California, a grange song San Francisco :A. L. Bancroft & Co.,1875

Additional Note

Music by Franz Abt
Arranged by J. W. A. Wright
Box 12, Folder 5

Guild schottische San Francisco :James S. Smith,1876

Additional Note

Composed by H. S. Krouse
Box 12, Folder 5

The Vivian medley San Francisco :Charles S. Eaton,1871

Additional Note

Arranged by H. M. Bosworth
Performed by Schmidt & Schlott's Orchestra
Instrument : Piano
Box 12, Folder 5

The palace of truth : polka mazurka San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1872

Additional Note

Music by Charles Schultz
Performed by Mme. Erminie Venturoli
Box 12, Folder 6

A knot of blue and gray : song Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1876.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Composed by T. Brigham Bishop
Box 12, Folder 6

Jolly old Santa Claus San Jose :A. Waldteufel,1876.San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray ,1876

Additional Note

Composed by D. B. Moody
Written by Sam Booth
From :Six Songs by D. B. Moody
Box 12, Folder 6

Night on the storm San Jose :A. Waldteufel,1876.San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray ,1876

Additional Note

Music by D. B. Moody
Poetry by Maria E. Sutherland
From :Six Songs by D. B. Moody
Box 12, Folder 6

Summer is gone San Jose :A. Waldteufel,1876.San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray ,1876

Additional Note

Composed by D. B. Moody
Written by Anonymous
From :Six Songs by D. B. Moody
Box 12, Folder 6

Village oak San Jose :A. Waldteufel,1876.San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray ,1876

Additional Note

Composed by D. B. Moody
Written by Maria E. Sutherland
From :Six Songs by D. B. Moody
Box 12, Folder 7

Could words but tell San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1876

Additional Note

Music by H. W. Patrick
Written by George A. Rehspil
Box 12, Folder 7

I love the night San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1875

Additional Note

Composed by D. B. Moody
Written by George P. Morris
Box 12, Folder 7

Annabel Lee : ballad San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1870

Additional Note

Composed by Jane W. Bruner
Lithographer : Stackpole, New York
Box 12, Folder 7

Sleep my baby, sleep and dream : cradle song San Francisco :A. A. Rosenberg,1874.Sacramento :L. K. Hammer ,1870

Additional Note

Music by R. R. Trench
Words by Delmadi

Note

Also published by G. W. Hillman, Portland ; Henry Wagner, Marysville ; and W. Brodrick, Los Angeles.
Box 12, Folder 7

Parted forever San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1871

Additional Note

Music by W. F. Baker
Poetry by Rev. Edward Hopper
Box 12, Folder 8

I saw my love in dreams : ballad with German and English words San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874

Additional Note

Music by R. R. Trench
Written by Dr. Duis
Box 12, Folder 8

Something for thee : song and chorus San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874

Additional Note

Music by A. H. Rosewig
Words by Elmer Ruan Coates
Box 12, Folder 8

Sing me the old songs : ballad San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Music by H. Millard
Words by C. O. Clayton
Lithographer : R. Teller, New York
From :Songs and Ballads by Popular Composers
Box 12, Folder 8

Guide au bord ta nacelle (Guide to the shore thy boat) Fischermadchen : serenade San Francisco and Portland :Gray's Music Stores,1873

Additional Note

Composed by G. Meyerbeer
Translated and Arranged by H. Millard
From :Fiori d'Italia : a Collection of Gems
Box 12, Folder 8

The student schottische San Francisco :Isidor Rosencrantz,1878

Additional Note

Composed by Isidor Rosencrantz
Printer Central Job Print (W. Heughes), Orn'l and Design Printing, San Francisco
Performed by California Theatre Orchestra
Instrument : Piano
Box 12, Folder 9

There's a letter in the candle : song and chorus San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1873

Additional Note

Arranged by George T. Evans
Words by James Clark
Box 12, Folder 9

The love and light of home : a beautiful song and chorus San Francisco :William A. Frey,1878

Additional Note

Words and Music by John T. Rutledge
Box 12, Folder 9

Darling little Jessie : song and chorus San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1876

Additional Note

Words and Music by James A. Kerr
Box 12, Folder 9

Is my darling true to me San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1875

Additional Note

Music by Charles E. Pratt
Words by George Cooper
Printer Spaulding & Barto, Prs.
Performed by Alice Dunning
Box 12, Folder 9

Autumn! : song San Francisco :California Music Publishing Co.,1879

Additional Note

Composed by Irene A. Smith
Box 12, Folder 9

Dancing in the barn : schottische San Francisco :California Music Publishing Co.,1877

Additional Note

Arranged by John Knell
 

Subseries d. 1880 - 1889

Box 13, Folder 1

Lindenau polka San Francisco :M. Gray,1885

Additional Note

Arranged by L. von der Mehden
Lithographer : B. Ashley, San Francisco
Box 13, Folder 1

My sweetheart long ago : song and chorus San Francisco :James J. Reagan & Co. ,1883

Additional Note

Composed by James A. Kerr
Words by James C. Roach
Box 13, Folder 1

My queen : waltzes San Francisco :M. Gray ,[1879 -1882]

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Coote, Jr.
Words by P. Bucalossi
Box 13, Folder 1

Swing low : schottische San Francisco :M. Gray ,1880.New York :W. A. Pond & Co. ,1880

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by H. W. Patrick

Note

Also published by A. Waldteufel, San Jose and Lyon & Healy, Chicago.
Box 13, Folder 1

The pretty four schottische Oakland :Clark Wise,1888

Additional Note

Music by Julius Oettl
Printer Carruth & Carruth, Printers, Oakland
Box 13, Folder 2

She's slightly on the mash, or, what do you think they'll say? : a song San Jose :A. Waldteufel,1883

Additional Note

Music by Mohire Docrichards
Box 13, Folder 2

Mountain lily galop Portland, Oregon :Wiley B. Allen,1883.Salem :H. D. Boon ,1883

Additional Note

Music by Edward J. Finck
From :Oregon wild flowers: a set of easy pieces for piano or organ

Note

Also published by Shelton & Co., Olympia, Washington Territory ; Bagnall & Co., Victoria, B.C. ; I. L. A. Brodersen & Co., San Francisco ; and Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston.
Box 13, Folder 2

Forever and forever (para siempre) : romanza Los Angeles :Bartlett Bros.,1888

Additional Note

Music by M.S. Arévalo
Words by Violet Pain and E.F. DeCelis
Box 13, Folder 2

I heard an angel voice last night : a beautiful ballad Portland :Wiley B. Allen,1881

Additional Note

Music by Cha[rle]s E. Bray
Box 13, Folder 2

Fair daily march San Francisco :George Spaulding & Co.,1885

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Schultz
Box 13, Folder 3

The ivy-clad ruin : ballad for baritone or bass San Francisco :M. Gray,1882

Additional Note

Music by Adam Geibel
Words by Geo[rge] M. Vickers
Lithographer : Thorburn [?], New York
Box 13, Folder 3

May-be : song San Francisco :M. Gray,1882

Additional Note

Composed by William Toepke
Box 13, Folder 3

CÏur-de-Lion march, in honor of the Grand Encampment of Knights Templar of the United States, for the twenty-second triennial grand conclave at San Francisco, composed expressly for the Parker and Tilton art exhibit San Francisco :A. M. Benham,1880

Additional Note

Music by Julia Rivé-King
Box 13, Folder 3

Our Jack's come home to-day : song San Francisco :Wm. A. Frey,1891

Additional Note

Composed by W. C. Devers
Words by W. C. Devers
Box 13, Folder 3

When the dew drops kiss the daisies : waltz song Boston :Hallett & Cumston,1887

Additional Note

Music by Cha[rle]s D. Blake
Words by Frank N. Scott
Lithographer : Crombie
Box 13, Folder 4

A trip to the country : comic song San Francisco :J. A. Brodersen & Co.,1883

Additional Note

Music by A. Mann
Words by Clark Wise
Box 13, Folder 4

Sleep well! Sweet angel! (Schlaf wohl, du Suser Engel du) San Francisco :M. Gray,[1879 -1882].San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,[1879 -1882]

Additional Note

Music by Franz Abt
Words by G. C. H., translator
From :Vocal Beauties of Germany and France for Voice and Piano
Box 13, Folder 4

Upidee vocal lancers : college songs San Francisco :M. Gray,1883

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by R. L. Yanke
Box 13, Folder 4

The 'Fair Daily' march San Francisco :Matthias Gray Company,[1888]

Additional Note

Composed by Cha[rle]s H. Casassa
Box 13, Folder 4

Grand march of the National Guard of California San Francisco :M. Gray ,1881.New York :W. A. Pond & Co. ,1881

Additional Note

Arranged by H. L. Mansfeldt
Words by Liet. Col. E. A. Belcher, A. D. C.

Note

Also published by A. Waldteufel, San Jose and Lyon & Healy, Chicago.
Box 13, Folder 5

The little fisher-maiden (Das Kleine Fischermadchen) San Francisco :,1889.Oakland :,1889

Additional Note

Music by Ludolf Waldmann
Words by George Cooper
Box 13, Folder 5

Mother Goose's vocal waltzes San Francisco :I. L. A. Brodersen & Co.,1882

Additional Note

Composed by L. von der Mehden
Box 13, Folder 5

Mehden's Mother Goose's vocal lancers for the young and old 1881

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by L. von der Mehden
Box 13, Folder 5

La rose, variations brillantes sur une Air Allemand, An Alexis send ich dich de Himmel San Francisco :M. Gray,[1876 -1878].San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by F. Hunten
Box 13, Folder 5

Whistle, an' I come to ye, Lad : Whistling schottische San Francisco :Z. Mauvais,1888

Additional Note

Composed by G. Wedel
Box 13, Folder 6

Fair and false : a ballad San Francisco :M. Gray,1881.New York :W. A. Pond & Co. ,1881

Additional Note

Music by Fred Lyster
Words by W. C. Harrison

Note

Also published by A. Waldteufel, San Jose and Lyon & Healy, Chicago.
Box 13, Folder 6

Boccherini's celebrated minuetto San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1881.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1881

Additional Note

Arranged by Henry Ketten
From :Oeuvres Choisies pour le piano
Box 13, Folder 6

Springauf polka San Francisco :Blackmar & Co.,

Additional Note

Arranged by Carl Faust
Box 13, Folder 6

When first thy dear form met my view : a song San Francisco :Matthias Gray,1889

Additional Note

Music by M. Moszkowski
Words by Carl Wittkowsky
Box 13, Folder 6

Twickenham ferry river song San Francisco :M. Gray,[1879 -1882].New York :W. A. Pond & Co. ,

Additional Note

Music by Theodore Marzials

Note

Also published by A. Waldteufel, San Jose and Lyon & Healy, Chicago.
Box 13, Folder 7

Mother's kiss : song and chorus Geo. W. Hagans,1883

Additional Note

Music by Cha[rle]s H. Reed
Words by J. Hollywood
Box 13, Folder 7

Alice : romance pour piano San Francisco :M. Gray,[1889]

Additional Note

Music by J. Ascher
Box 13, Folder 7

I whistle and wait for Kate San Francisco :Broder & Schlam,n.d.

Additional Note

Words and Music by Michael Nolan
Box 13, Folder 7

Sweethearts and wives San Francisco :Clark Wise & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Ernest J. Symons
Words by N. G. Travers
Performed by C. H. Macdermott
Box 13, Folder 7

The York dance (One heart, one soul) : polka mazurka San Francisco :Matthias Gray Company,[1889]

Additional Note

Composed by Johann Strauss
Words by N. G. Travers
Performed by C. H. Macdermott
Box 13, Folder 8

Poet and peasant, dichter und bauer : overture San Francisco :M. Gray ,[1879 -1882].San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,[1879 -1882]

Additional Note

Composed by C. T. Brunner
Words by F. von Suppé
From :Overtures
Box 13, Folder 8

Like no a like : solo and chorus Honolulu :The Hawaiian News Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by H. Berger
Lithographer : Schmidt Label and Litho. Co, San Francisco
From :Mele Hawaii
Box 13, Folder 8

Sunny little isle afar : ballad and chorus San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1876.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1876

Additional Note

Music by Cha[rle]s E. Pratt
Words by George Cooper
Instrument : Guitar

Note

Arranged for guitar by M. Y. Ferrer
Box 13, Folder 8

Three fishers went sailing San Francisco, Stockton, and Portland :M. Gray,n.d.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by John Hullah
Words by Rev. Cha[rle]s Kingsley
From :Arion : Collection of Favorite Songs
Box 13, Folder 8

Teufels marsch (devil's march) San Francisco :A. Waldteufel,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by F. von Suppé
From :Der Teufel auf Erden
Box 13, Folder 9

A trip to the country : a comic song San Francisco :Alex Mackay,1883

Additional Note

Music by A. Mann
Words by Clark Wise
Box 13, Folder 9

You never miss the water till the well runs dry Chicago :The National Music Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Rollin Howard
From :Standard Songs
Box 13, Folder 9

Mem'ries of days that are fled : song and chorus San Francisco :E. Dunn & Co.,1881

Additional Note

Words and Music by Alrik G. Spencer
Box 13, Folder 9

Those evening bells : song San Francisco :M. Gray,1880.New York :Wm. A. Pond & Co. ,1880

Additional Note

Music by Henry Ketten
Words by Thomas Moore
Lithographer : G. H. Baker, Lith., San Francisco

Note

Also published by O. Ditson & Co., Boston; Lyon & Healy, Chicago; and A. Waldteufel, San Jose.
Box 13, Folder 9

Say not farewell San Francisco :A. Waldteufel,1884

Additional Note

Composed by Frank Loui King
Lithographer : Gotthold & Temple, Lith., Philadelphia
Box 13, Folder 10

Musica e amore (music and love) : valse de salon San Francisco :I. L. A. Brodersen & Co.,1884

Additional Note

Music by Enrico Sorge
Box 13, Folder 10

Hazel Kirke Schottische Portland :Wiley B. Allen,1882.New York :S. T. Gordon & Son ,1882

Additional Note

Music by Cha[rle]s E. Bray

Note

Also published by H. Bollman & Sons, St. Louis; I. L. A. Brodersen & Co., San Francisco; and White, Smith & Co., Chicago and Boston.
Box 13, Folder 10

Our own collection of dance music, being a selection of the most popular waltzes, marches, galops, etc. San Francisco :Kast's Shoes,1886

Additional Note

Music by

Note

Bartholdi Galop / by Clarence Stanley --Ermine quick step / by Edward Jakobowski --The grenadiers : valse militaire / by Emile Waldteufel --Little Jack Sheppard waltz / by Clarence Stanley --The Mikado waltz, on melodies of Sir Arthur Sullivan / by P. Bucalossi --Roller skaters' waltz / by C. F. Hanson --La venetienne valse / by E. Waldteufel --Pizzicati : scherzettino / revised and fingered by Louis S. Morgan, music by Leo Delibes

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Clarence Stanley
Edward Jakobowski
Emile Waldteufel
P. Bucalossi
C. F. Hanson
Louis S. Morgan
Leo Delibes
Box 13, Folder 10

Capture the pirates schottische A. W. Kaufmann,1880

Additional Note

Composed by A. W. Kaufmann
Box 13, Folder 10

Thy face! ; Farewell Forever! [verso] San Francisco :Whitaker & Burke,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by C. H. R. Marriott ; Charles Coote, Jr. [verso]
Words by R. Lejoindre ; H. B. Farnie [verso]
Box 14, Folder 1

Beauséant march San Francisco :Wm. A. Frey,1883

Additional Note

Composed by Leon Frankenberg
Box 14, Folder 1

Pasadena, crown of the valley : polka Boston :Oliver Ditson Company,1886.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1886

Additional Note

Music by John Francis Gilder
Lithographer : H. F. Greene

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago; John C. Haynes & Co., Boston; and J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 14, Folder 1

Patchwork lancers San Francisco :Matthias Gray,1884

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by L. von der Mehden
Box 14, Folder 1

There may be eyes as brightly beaming San Francisco :Sherman Clay & Co.,1882

Additional Note

Arranged by H. M. Bosworth
Words by J. D. Redding
From :Digby Bell's 'Madame Favart'
Box 14, Folder 1

The little fisher-maiden (Das Kleine Fischermadchen) San Francisco and Oakland :Kast's Shoes,1889

Additional Note

Music by Ludolf Waldmann
Words by George Cooper
Box 14, Folder 2

The Knights Templar grand entrée march San Francisco :Henry Marsh, Piano Agent,1883

Additional Note

Music by Henry Marsh
Lithographer : Britton & Rey, Lith., San Francisco ; Frank Eastman & Co., Printers, San Francisco
Box 14, Folder 2

Apache Chief Geronimo's own medicine song San Francisco :Henry Grobe,1907

Additional Note

Music by Carlos Troyer
Box 14, Folder 2

Programme of Exercises connected with the Twenty-second Triennial Conclave of the Grand Encampment Knights Templar at San Francisco, Cal., August 18th to 25th [1883], inclusive

 

Subseries e. 1890 - 1899

Box 14, Folder 3

La Indita (The Indian maiden) Santa Barbara :W. J. McCoy,1895

Additional Note

Printer W. J. Burke & Co., music printers
From :Canciones del pais de California : Characteristic songs of the Spanish Californians
Box 14, Folder 3

My heart is there [San Francisco] :[Sunday Examiner],1899

Additional Note

Music by S. H. Speck
Words by Howard Wall
From :Musical Supplement to the Sunday Examiner [San Francisco]
Box 14, Folder 3

California poppy (Eschscholtzia) : march San Francisco :L. Budd Rosenberg Music Publishing House,1893

Additional Note

Composed by Mrs. Augusta Holling
Box 14, Folder 3

Once San Francisco :Pacific Music Company,1891

Additional Note

Music by Arthur Hervey
Words by Mrs. Hume Webster
From :Favorite Songs
Box 14, Folder 3

Elks souvenir march, introducing 'Auld Lang Syne' San Francisco :Golden Gate Lodge, No. 6 B.P.O.E.,1890

Additional Note

Music by Cha[rle]s S. Hoffman
Printer C. W. Nevin & Co., Printers, San Francisco
From :Favorite Songs
Box 14, Folder 4

Twickenham Ferry San Francisco :Keane Brothers,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Theo. Marzials
From :Theo. Marzial's Popular Songs
Box 14, Folder 4

The rose carnival march San Jose :Schemmel & Brown Music Co.,1896

Additional Note

Composed by R. Fletcher Tilton
Box 14, Folder 4

The old oaken bucket : variations W. A. Evans & Bro.,1881

Additional Note

Music by J. Albert Snow
Box 14, Folder 4

Hush! the Bogie man! : song and chorus San Francisco :Broder & Schlam,1891

Additional Note

Music by Meyer Lutz
Words by Sims and Pettitt
Box 14, Folder 4

The picture of my baby on the wall : song and chorus San Francisco :J. P. Broder & Co.,1890

Additional Note

Words and Music by Tho[ma]s P. Getz
Box 14, Folder 5

When shall I see my sweetheart again? : song and chorus San Francisco :Broder & Schlam,1893

Additional Note

Words and Music by Andy G. Holden
Box 14, Folder 5

Oh, come to me when daylight sets San Francisco :W. J. Burke,1895

Additional Note

Music by G. H. Malech
Words by Thomas Moore
Box 14, Folder 5

For vict'ry, home and glory San Francisco :Thomas McElligott,1899

Additional Note

Music by Ad. Locher
Words by Thomas McElligott
Performed by David Manlloyd
Box 14, Folder 5

Columbia, the gem of the ocean! San Francisco :Sunday Examiner,1898

Additional Note

Composed by David T. Shaw
Words by David T. Shaw
From :Supplement to the Sunday Examiner, May 29, 1898
Box 14, Folder 5

Pommery Sec waltz San Francisco :Matthias Gray Co.,1891

Additional Note

Music by Lorenzo Vivaldi
From :S.F. News Letter, March 28, 1891
Box 14, Folder 6

Whistling waltz (Oh whistle and I'll come to you, my lad) 1893

Additional Note

Composed by Gustave Wedel
Box 14, Folder 6

Oh, love, my heart is in thy keeping : recitative and aria, with violoncello obbligato San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1891

Additional Note

Music by H. J. Stewart
Words by Daniel O'Connell
From :Bluff King Hal
Box 14, Folder 6

Mother's parting gift San Francisco :Broder & Schlam,1893

Additional Note

Words and Music by Harry Gilbert Castle
Box 14, Folder 6

The lover's quarrel, or Mary and John San Francisco :Cha[rle]s S. Eaton's Music Store,1891

Additional Note

Arranged by C. H. Reed
Box 14, Folder 6

Cavalleria Rusticana (Rustic Chivalry), Lola's song San Francisco :Joe Rosenberg,1891

Additional Note

Music by Pietro Mascagni
Words by J. A. Fraser, Jr.
From :Vocal Gems from the opera 'Cavalleria Rusticana'
Box 14, Folder 7

I love but thee, Marie San Francisco :The Zeno Mauvais Music Company,1898

Additional Note

Music by A. S. Rhorer
From :The Bandit Prince
Box 14, Folder 7

Rosie Deane San Francisco :The Zeno Mauvais Music Company,1896

Additional Note

Words and Music by Lee Johnson
Box 14, Folder 7

Blushing maiden schottische San Francisco :California Music Publsihing Co.,1893

Additional Note

Composed by E. P. Leisering
Box 14, Folder 7

Electric Tower waltz San Francisco and Chicago :Valisi & Giorgi, Publishers,1893

Additional Note

Music by Giuseppe Valisi
Lithographer : H. S. Crocker Co., San Francisco
Box 14, Folder 7

Queen of the ocean waltz San Francisco :Charles J. Knobloch,1894

Additional Note

Composed by Charles J. Knobloch
Lithographer : Britton & Rey, San Francisco
Box 14, Folder 8

Denny Murphy's daughter Nell San Francisco :The Examiner,1895

Additional Note

Words and Music by Cha[rle]s E. Baer
Lithographer : Vechsler
Performed by Lottie Gilson
From :The [San Francisco] Examiner
Box 14, Folder 8

The American girl march for piano San Francisco :The Examiner,1896

Additional Note

Music by Victor Herbert
Lithographer : Archie Gunn, from a design by J. C. Hyde
From :Supplement to the [San Francisco] Examiner, February 16, 1896
Box 14, Folder 8

Cavalleria Rusticana (Rustic Chivalry), Lola's song San Francisco :Joe Rosenberg,1891

Additional Note

Music by Pietro Mascagni
Words by J. A. Fraser, Jr.
From :Vocal Gems from the opera 'Cavalleria Rusticana'
Box 14, Folder 8

Shooting the chutes : two-step march San Francisco :Armstrong & Bacon,1896

Additional Note

Composed by F. Y. Chapin
Box 14, Folder 8

Mizpah gavotte par le piano San Francisco :J. P. Broder and Co.,1891

Additional Note

Arranged by Theo. H. Northrup
Words by Mrs. Julius Bandman
Box 14, Folder 9

Guido schottische San Francisco :L. Budd Rosenberg Music Publishing House,1892

Additional Note

Music by Mrs. Augusta Holling
Box 14, Folder 9

Shenandoah march San Francisco :Matthias Gray Company,1890

Additional Note

Composed by Cha[rle]s H. Casassa
Box 14, Folder 9

March Bohemian : two-step Oakland :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1895

Additional Note

Composed by John Coates
Box 14, Folder 9

Say not no : a waltz song with piano accompaniment San Francisco :Valentine Huber,1894

Additional Note

Words and Music by Valentine Huber
Printer Louis Roesch Co., Printers, San Francisco
Box 14, Folder 9

Without him what's the band : march-song and chorus San Francisco :Sunset Music Co.,1894

Additional Note

Music by C. von Gerichten
Words by Willard Thompson
Printer Louis Roesch Co., Printers, San Francisco
Box 14, Folder 10

Belle of San Francisco march Oakland :Clark Wise & Bro.,1894

Additional Note

Music by Jay H. Toler
Box 14, Folder 10

The belle of Manila : an up to date military ballad San Francisco :Zeno Mauvais Music Company,1898

Additional Note

Words and Music by Louise Haack McLay
Box 14, Folder 10

Lullaby : solo and chorus San Francisco :Kast's,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Ed. Jakobowski
Words by Harry Paulton
From :Vocal Selections from Ermine
Box 14, Folder 10

May Irwin's Bully Song San Francisco :Supplement to the Examiner,1896

Additional Note

Words and Music by Charles E. Trevathan
From :Widow Jones
 

Subseries f. 20th Century

Box 15, Folder 1

Back to Market Street San Francisco :s.d.,n.d.

Additional Note

Words and Music by Virgil Moore
Arranged by Paul Steindorff
Performed by The Sunny Side of Broadway Co.
Box 15, Folder 1

Stanford waltzes : souvenir edition respectfully dedicated to Mrs. Leland Stanford Stanford University :E. R. Flint,1901

Additional Note

Music by E. R. Flint
Arranged by Leo Bruck
Box 15, Folder 1

The Cardinal forever : march and two-step Stanford University :E. R. Flint,1901

Additional Note

Music by E. R. Flint
Arranged by Leo Bruck
Lithographer : Louis Roesch Co.
Box 15, Folder 1

The Encina club : march and two-step Stanford University :E. R. Flint,1901

Additional Note

Music by E. R. Flint
Arranged by Leo Bruck
Lithographer : Lombard & Co.
Box 15, Folder 1

I love you, California s.l. :F. B. Silverwood,1913

Additional Note

Music by A. F. Frankenstein
Words by F. B. Silverwood
Box 15, Folder 2

I'm going back to Georgia (Where Georgia waits for me) San Francisco :Craver & McKnight Advertising Co.,1914

Additional Note

Words and Music by Walter Smith
Box 15, Folder 2

Keep them dropping San Francisco :George C. Cohn,1918

Additional Note

Music by Walter Smith
Words by George C. Cohn
Box 15, Folder 2

Meet me in Frisco and we'll go out to the fair Indianapolis :Seidel Music Publishing Co.,1915

Additional Note

Composed by Will A. Fentress
Box 15, Folder 2

Irma waltzes San Francisco :Kremer Music Co.,1899

Additional Note

Music by Charles W. Kremer
Printer Levison Printing Co., San Francisco
Box 15, Folder 2

1915 Frisco Chicago :Levan Music Co.,1911

Additional Note

Music by Charles Miller
Words by C. P. McDonald
Box 15, Folder 3

All the world loves San Francisco San Francisco :Florian Zettel,1922

Additional Note

Music by Francis Flautino
Words by Gertrude May
Box 15, Folder 3

My dream girl San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1918

Additional Note

Music by Jim Schiller
Words by Ray White
Box 15, Folder 3

Kid you've got some eyes : new edition San Francisco :Ernest Breuer Music Publishing Co.,1910

Additional Note

Music by Ernest Breuer
Words by Val Harris
Engraver William Brown Engraving Co., San Francisco
Box 15, Folder 3

You won't be sorry San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1922

Additional Note

Music by Earl Burtnett and Louis Marcasie
Lyric by Harry D. Kerr
Box 15, Folder 3

The tower of jewels : march San Jose :J. A. MacMeekin,1915

Additional Note

Music by J. A. MacMeekin
Box 15, Folder 4

1915 the time, Frisco the place San Francisco :Jack Lipton,1910

Additional Note

Words and Music by Jack Lipton
Box 15, Folder 4

She sang aloha to me : a ballad of Hawaii San Francisco :Buell Music Co.,1915

Additional Note

Music by Joseph B. Carey
Box 15, Folder 4

Poppy Jade : song San Francisco :Fisk Music Publishing Co.,1922

Additional Note

Music by Arthur W. Fisk
Lyric by Netta Naomi Andrews
Box 15, Folder 4

Sweet golden poppies Denver :Venie Bartlett Watson,1903

Additional Note

Words and Music by Venie Bartlett Watson
Box 15, Folder 4

Aloha soldier boy San Francisco :Daniels & Wilson Music Publishers,1918

Additional Note

Music by Walter Smith
Words by Sidney Carter
Box 15, Folder 5

Lady of leisure : waltzes San Francisco :Albert J. Markgraf,1904

Additional Note

Composed by Albert J. Markgraf
Box 15, Folder 5

When Lola pedals on the pianola San Francisco :The Gillick Co.,1917

Additional Note

Words and Music by Harry D. Kerr
Performed by Nellie V. Nichols
Box 15, Folder 5

Bohemian life march and two-step San Francisco :Roncovieri & Co.,1900

Additional Note

Music by Alfred Roncovieri
Lithographer : H. Parigian, San Francisco
Box 15, Folder 5

The hub of the universe San Francisco :Benjamin Curtaz & Son,1896.San Jose :Benjamin Curtaz & Son ,1896

Additional Note

Music by George Schleiffarth
Printer Fassett, Printers, Chicago
Box 15, Folder 5

That military rag San Francisco :Leslie Lorden Co.,1912

Additional Note

Music by Leslie Lorden
Box 15, Folder 6

ÔFrisco you're a bear New York :Wall-McClellan Music Publishing Co.,1911

Additional Note

Composed by Arthur Don and Jack E. McClellan
Lithographer : Sierra, San Francisco
Performed by Tom Kelly
Box 15, Folder 6

At San Francisco's fair : song San Antonio :P. L. Eubank,1915

Additional Note

Composed by P. L. Eubank
Words by D. C. McGinnis
Lithographer : J. B. Payne, Texas
Box 15, Folder 6

California march San Francisco :John P. Broder,1900

Additional Note

Composed by Mary Tilden Stairley

Note

Original, uncirculated sheet music
Box 15, Folder 6

Songs of the gold miners : a golden collection of songs as sung by and about the forty-niners New York :Carl Fischer,1932

Additional Note

Composed by Sterling Sherwin and Louis Katzman

Note

Going to the mines --A California Ball --Clementine --Crossing the Plains --The days of ÔForty-nine --The dirty miner --The fools of Forty-nine --A gambler's life --Gold hunting --Hangtown girls --The honest miner --Leave you miners, leave --The miner's dream --The miner's lament --Oh, what a miner --Poker Jim --Sailing for San Francisco --Sailing Ôround the horn --Sweet Betsey from Pike --We'll strike it.
Box 15, Folder 6

Welcome song 1915 Napa :Florence E. Thomson,1913

Additional Note

Words and Music by Florence E. Thomson
Box 15, Folder 7

Columbia, the gem of the ocean San Francisco :Supplement to the Sunday Examiner,1898

Additional Note

Written and composed by David T. Shaw
Box 15, Folder 7

Life's game of see-waw San Francisco :Supplement to the Sunday Examiner,1898

Additional Note

Music by L. C. Wedgefuth
Words by Edgar Selden
Box 15, Folder 7

Aloha soldier boy San Francisco :Daniels & Wilson Music Publishers,1918

Additional Note

Music by Walter Smith
Words by Sidney Carter
Box 15, Folder 7

Dinky little cable car San Francisco :Stern Music Co.,1951

Additional Note

Words and Music by Stephen McNeil and Billy Chinn
Box 15, Folder 7

California Sweetheart : waltz ballad with ukulele arrangement Los Angeles :W. A. Quincke & Co.,1932

Additional Note

Words and Music by Dan H. Reese and Kathleen Steele
Box 15, Folder 8

The Yankee hustler march : a tribute to American progress San Francisco :Sam Davis,1902

Additional Note

Music by Eugene E. Schmitz, Mayor of San Francisco
Lithographer : C. W. Nevin & Co.
Box 15, Folder 8

Rose room fox trot San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1917

Additional Note

Music by Art Hickman
Box 15, Folder 8

San Francisco blues San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1916

Additional Note

Music by Chris Smith
Box 15, Folder 8

Moonlight at the cliff : reverie Los Angeles :S. Seiler,1901

Additional Note

Music by S. Seiler
Box 15, Folder 8

A memory : song London :Arthur H. Stockwell, Ltd.,1932

Additional Note

Music by Emmet Pendleton
Words by Ina Donna Coolbrith
Box 15, Folder 9

49 San Francisco :Elite Music Co.,[1925]

Additional Note

Music by Leila France
Words by Joaquin Miller
Box 15, Folder 9

Meet me at the San Francisco fair San Francisco :San Francisco Publishers,1914

Additional Note

Words and Music by Don J. Gono
Engraver University Engraving Co., Oakland
Box 15, Folder 9

Aloha oe (Farewell to thee) San Francisco :Henry Grobe,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by H. M. Queen Liliuokalani
Box 15, Folder 9

When the little ones are coming home from school San Francisco :Supplement to the Examiner,1896

Additional Note

Music by Charles Graham
Words by Howard Graham
Box 15, Folder 9

In dear old Georgia San Francisco :Elsie G. Rafael,1904

Additional Note

Words and Music by Elsie G. Rafael
Performed by Bertha Herrera
Box 15, Folder 10

San Francisco, the world's fair town (The city by the golden gate) : world's fair song, 1915 San Francisco :Benj. Curtaz & Sons,1915

Additional Note

Music by Eddie Jewell
Words by Andy Graves
Box 15, Folder 10

Chimes of Mission Dolores : reverie with voice obligato Oakland :S. Seiler,1904

Additional Note

Music by S. Seiler
Box 15, Folder 10

San Francisco, our beloved, arise! arise! San Francisco :Chartier and Greven,1906

Additional Note

Words and Music by Joesph Greven
Box 15, Folder 10

On the highway to loveland San Francisco :Nat Goldstein Music Publishing Co.,1914

Additional Note

Music by Nat Goldstein
Words by M. J. Gunsky
Performed by Norton & Lee
Box 15, Folder 10

Up-side down : the comic aviation success San Francisco :Southern's Stagecraft Studio,1911

Additional Note

Music by A. C. Southern
Words by E. T. Southern
Box 16, Folder 1

As you were! San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1919

Additional Note

Music by Leo Flanders
Words by Max Dill and Harry Williams
Box 16, Folder 1

Those golden bridges Oakland :Harvey & Kernes,1937

Additional Note

Words and Music by Sue Harvey and Fred Kernes
Box 16, Folder 1

The island of cuddle and squeeze San Francisco :Nat Goldstein Music Publishing Co.,1914

Additional Note

Music by Nat Goldstein
Words by M. J. Gunsky
Box 16, Folder 1

America's first San Francisco :Toobridge Music Publishers,1941

Additional Note

Words and melody by Reb. Raney
Arranged by Harry Powell
Box 16, Folder 1

Wha Wha , that imaginary isle San Francisco :Wesley Webster,1921

Additional Note

Music by Lester Stevens
Words by Phil Furman
Box 16, Folder 2

Mississippi moon : waltz and ballad San Francisco :Nat Goldstein Music Publishing Co.,1922

Additional Note

Music by Nat Goldstein
Words by M. J. Gunsky
Box 16, Folder 2

Back in San Francisco town s.l. :s.d.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Paul Princelau
Box 16, Folder 2

Song of the wanderer (where shall I go?) San Francisco :Villa Morét Music Publishers,1926

Additional Note

Words and Music by Neil Morét
Box 16, Folder 2

Where the soft sweet breath of ocean sweeps our golden western shore San Francisco :George A. Smith,1912

Additional Note

Music by Samuel H. Speck
Words by Herbert Thomson
Box 16, Folder 2

The land of my prairie dreams s.l. :Kiutus Tecumseh,1926

Additional Note

Words and Music by Kiutus Tecumseh
Box 16, Folder 3

The soldier's love San Francisco :Lucy Long,1903

Additional Note

Music by Alfred A. Batkin
Words by Lucy Long
Box 16, Folder 3

Up in the air San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1918

Additional Note

Music by Arthur M. Fournier
Book and lyrics by Michael Corper and Waldo C. Twitchell
Box 16, Folder 3

ÔNeath the purple lilacs bloom San Jose :Northup Piano House,1903

Additional Note

Words and Music by Ethel F. Symonds
Box 16, Folder 3

California here I come : with ukulele accompaniment New York :M. Witmark & Sons,1923

Additional Note

Music by Al Jolson, Bud De Sylva and Joseph Meyer
Performed by Al Jolson
From :Bombo
Box 16, Folder 3

On to Berlin Los Angeles :J. C. Crisler,1918

Additional Note

Music by Lee Johnson
Book and lyrics by J. C. Crisler
Box 16, Folder 4

I'm strong for camp curry : song Los Angeles :W. A. Quincke & Co.,1914

Additional Note

Words and Music by Walter DeLeon
Box 16, Folder 4

You'll be sadder but wiser, Mr. Kaiser, when Uncle Sam gets over there San Jose :McKiernan Publishing Co.,1918

Additional Note

Music by Joe McKiernan
Box 16, Folder 4

Emperor Francis Joseg : two-step s.l. :The Sunday Call,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Eduard Strauss
Box 16, Folder 4

Souvenir de Los Angeles : waltz Los Angeles :Fitzgerald Piano and Music Co.,1901

Additional Note

Music by Paul de Longpré
Box 16, Folder 4

Souvenir waltz Oakland :S. Seiler,1901

Additional Note

Music by S. Seiler
Box 16, Folder 5

We'll make California dry! : California Dry Federation official campaign song Los Angeles :California Dry Federation,1914

Additional Note

Music by S. Maxwell
Words by Rev. R. A. M. Browne
Box 16, Folder 5

Yosemite march : two-step New York :Broder and Schlam,1896.San Francisco :Broder and Schlam ,1896

Additional Note

Music by George W. Heitzel
Box 16, Folder 5

The dawn of a perfect day Los Angeles :R. W. Heffelfinger,1918

Additional Note

Words and Music by Eloise A. McClure
Box 16, Folder 5

The squire's serenade : waltz song San Francisco :Supplement to the San Francisco Examiner,1898

Additional Note

Music by Dr. C. B. Root
Words by Ralph W. Bliven
Box 16, Folder 5

Pacific waves waltzes Angels Camp, CA :J. C. Dorser,1900

Additional Note

Music by J. C. Dorser
Box 16, Folder 6

Beautiful valley of Pajaro San Jose :Melvin, Hillis & Black,n.d.

Additional Note

Words and Music by Milton L. Lawrence
Box 16, Folder 6

California for mine : the greatest song since Ô49 New York :Armstrong Music Co.,1908

Additional Note

Music by Edward Armstrong
Words by Will H. Armstrong
Printer Falconer & Loveland Print, Los Angeles
Box 16, Folder 6

In the swing : song San Francisco :The Metropolitan Co.,1893

Additional Note

Music by Sigismund Blaumann
Box 16, Folder 6

Islam : march and two step San Francisco :Islam Temple,1911

Additional Note

Composed by Noble George W. Bennett
Box 16, Folder 6

He jess dawn it, he just done it! : a fictitious waltz San Francisco :L. Budd Rosenberg Publishing House,1887

Additional Note

Music by Theo H. Northrup
Box 16, Folder 7

California and you New York :Kalmar & Puck Music Co.,1914

Additional Note

Music by Harry Puck
Words by Edgar Leslie
Performed by Margarite Stark
Box 16, Folder 7

The Pasadena rose song Laguna Beach, CA :Annette A. Riddell,1929

Additional Note

Music by Annette A. Riddell
Lyric by Isaac J. Frazee
Performed by Margarite Stark
Box 16, Folder 7

I love you, California s.l. :F. B. Silverwood,1913

Additional Note

Music by A. F. Frankenstein
Words by F. B. Silverwood
Box 16, Folder 7

School day sweethearts San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1923

Additional Note

Words and Music by Glen Edwards
Box 16, Folder 7

Coast defense march San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1905

Additional Note

Music by Leon M. Lang
Box 16, Folder 8

Remember boys your duty when you're on the firing line : song San Francisco :Ernest Philpot,1917

Additional Note

Words and Music by Charles Bridge
Box 16, Folder 8

By the side of the road San Francisco :Weeks & Winge Music Publishers,1925

Additional Note

Music by Harold Weeks
Poetry by Sam Walter Foss
Box 16, Folder 8

Uncle Sam is a grand old man : a spirited war song Santa Barbara :John Christian,1917

Additional Note

Words and Music by John Christian
Arranged by George Clerbois
Box 16, Folder 8

March dedicated to the Sunset excurisons : two-step Washington :Clarence W. Murphy,1900

Additional Note

Music by Clarence W. Murphy
Box 16, Folder 8

Lady of leisure : waltzes San Francisco :Albert J. Markgraf,1904

Additional Note

Composed by Albert J. Markgraf
Box 16, Folder 9

Smiling moon : three step San Francisco :Albert J. Markgraf,1915

Additional Note

Composed by Albert J. Markgraf
Box 16, Folder 9

Home again! from France and Flanders : march song Oakland :Kness Publishing Co.,1919

Additional Note

Words and Music by Leo Kness
Box 16, Folder 9

St. Philip's march San Francisco :St. Philip's School,1948

Additional Note

Music by Bernie Salin
Words by A Sister of Charity, B.V.M.
Box 16, Folder 9

The stricken city San Francisco :Examiner,1906

Additional Note

Music by Prof. F. Fanciulli
Words by Ella Wheller Wilcox
Box 16, Folder 9

The American Marseillaise Oakland :Felix Schreiber,1918

Additional Note

Music by Felix Schreiber
Box 16, Folder 10

Lady of leisure : waltzes San Francisco :Albert J. Markgraf,1904

Additional Note

Composed by Albert J. Markgraf
Box 16, Folder 10

Uncle Sam march song San Francisco :The Hawthorne Music Co.,1909

Additional Note

Music by Nick Brown
Words by George H. madin
Box 16, Folder 10

Aloha oe San Francisco :Les Lorden Music Co.,1914

Additional Note

Music by H. M. Queen Liliuokalani
Box 16, Folder 10

The Irish lullaby, or, the Tra la lee song and chorus San Francisco :George W. Hagans,1891

Additional Note

Composed by P. J. Cahill
Arranged by George E. Ebert
Box 16, Folder 10

The military schottische San Francisco :L. Budd Rosenberg Music Publishing House,1889

Additional Note

Music by A. G. Send
From :Favorite dance music
Box 16, Folder 11

Grand mazourka de concert in D minor San Francisco :Bancroft, Knight & Co.,1878

Additional Note

Composed by Leopold Lichtenberg
Arranged by Isidor Rosencrantz
Box 16, Folder 11

Comrades : a beautiful new song San Francisco :The Maze,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Felix McGlennon
Box 16, Folder 11

On the beach at Waikiki, or, the golden hula Honolulu :Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.,1915

Additional Note

Music by Henry Kailimai
Words by G. H. Stover
Box 16, Folder 11

On the beach at Waikiki, or, the golden hula Honolulu :Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.,1915

Additional Note

Music by Henry Kailimai
Words by G. H. Stover
Box 16, Folder 11

Mah' pun'kin Sue : a serenade Los Angeles :Knight Publishing Co.,1911

Additional Note

Music by Dolly Knight
Words by Mabel Rains
Box 16, Folder 12

You are so beautiful : song San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1917

Additional Note

Music by Lawrence Zenda
Poetry by George Sterling
Box 16, Folder 12

Songs San Francisco :Sherman, Clay & Co.,1917

Additional Note

Music by Lawrence Zenda
Poetry by George Sterling

Note

Before Dawn --Mediatrix --Holy river of sleep --Nightfall --A star --The voice of the dove --The mist and the far off star --Just to be near --Yearning --Violin cello obligato to mediatrix
Box 16, Folder 12

Throop Institute march Los Angeles :Exton Music Co.,1900

Additional Note

Music by E. C. Kammermeyer

Note

Throop Institute is the former name of The California Institute of Technology (Caltech).
Box 16, Folder 12

Just one San Francisco Oakland :Ludlow-Macdonald Music Co.,1907

Additional Note

Music by M. Ruth Macdonald
Words by Lillian H. Shuey
Box 16, Folder 12

Masonic march two-step (On to San Francisco -- Panama-Pacific Exposition 1915) San Francisco :Scholz & Webster,1912

Additional Note

Composed by W. B. Ash
Box 16, Folder 12

Way down in Turlock where the watermelons grow Turlock, CA :Turlock Board of Trade,[1904]

Additional Note

Music by Miss Jean Nelson
Words by Henry Shadle
 

Series 7. California and Hawaii

 

Subseries a. 1850 - 1859

Box 17, Folder 1

Atwill & Cos., fancy goods emporium San Francisco :Atwill,n.d.

Additional Note

Lithographer : Sarony & Major, Lith., New York

Note

Lithograph only. No music.
Box 17, Folder 1

I dream of home : ballad San Francisco :Julia H. Backus,1859

Additional Note

Composed by P. R. Nichols
Lithographer : L. Nagel, San Francisco
Performed by Julia H. Backus
Box 17, Folder 1

El eco del Pacifico : four waltzes San Francisco :Atwill & Co.,1853

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Jaques Coo
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Yerba Buena --Mission Dolores --Presidio --Golden Gate
Box 17, Folder 1

Unnumbered kisses San Francisco :Samuel Colville,1857

Additional Note

Performed by Miss Mary Provost

Note

Cover only. No music.
Box 17, Folder 1

Cheer boys, cheer Boston :G. P. Reed & Co.,[1853 -1856]

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Words by Charles Mackay, Esq.
Box 17, Folder 2

The lonely watcher : ballad San Francisco :Gray & Herwig,[1860].Sacramento :R. Dale & Co. ,[1860]

Additional Note

Music by George Croal
Words by Charles Jefferys
Lithographer : Drouaillet, Litho., San Francisco

Note

Also published by A. Waldteufel, San Jose.
Box 17, Folder 2

Go seek me there : song San Francisco :A. Kohler,[1860].Sacramento :R. Dale & Co. ,[1860]

Additional Note

Composed by P. R. Nichols

Note

Also published by Loewy Bros., F. Biestat, San Jose ; G. Amy, Marysville ; and Kierski Bros. and Rosenbaum & Van Allen, Stockton.
Box 17, Folder 2

Cabrielle waltz : easy and brilliant [two copies] n.l. :L. T. Planel,1856

Additional Note

Composed by L. T. Planel
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 17, Folder 2

Sunset ballad for one or two voices Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1854.London :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1854

Additional Note

Music by Stephen Massett
Performed by Madame Anna Bishop

Note

Also published by C. H. Ditson & Co., New York ; Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; John C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 17, Folder 3

The celebrated Highland polka San Francisco :Atwill,[1856]

Additional Note

Arranged by C. Schultz
Taught by J. W. Fuller and Sister
Instrument : Piano
Box 17, Folder 3

When the swallows homeward fly San Francisco :Rasche & Sons,[1859 -1860]

Additional Note

Music by Franz Abt
From :24 beautiful songs for hte voice with piano forte accompaniment
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 17, Folder 3

O love awake : serenade San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1853 [1863]

Additional Note

Arranged by F. H. H. Oldfield
Music by Bellini
Lithographer : George F. Swain ; George H. Baker, Lith.
Instrument : Piano
Box 17, Folder 3

Cuckoo polka (The appraoch of spring) San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1851

Additional Note

Composed by A. Herzog
Arranged by Charles Schultz
Performed by Germania Philharmonic Society
Instrument : Piano
Box 17, Folder 3

Thy daughters, Columbia, are fairest : romanza San Francisco :A. Kohler,1857

Additional Note

Composed and Written by Clement White
Performed by Mr. C. Henry
Box 17, Folder 4

Jennie is my darling : song and chorus San Francisco :A. Kohler,1858.Marysville :D. Bonham ,1858

Additional Note

Composed by P. R. Nicholls
Words by Captain Duncan F. McDonald
Performed by Mr. C. Henry

Note

Also published by G. Amy, Marysville ; R. Dale, Sacramento City ; Kierski Bros., Rosenbaum & Van Allen, Stockton ; and Loewy Bros. and F. Biesstat, San Jose.
Box 17, Folder 4

The little white clematis : song San Francisco :Rasche & Sons,1859.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1859

Additional Note

Composed by Palomita
Poetry by Owen Meredith
Box 17, Folder 4

The celebrated Nightingale polka San Francisco :Atwill & Co.,1856

Additional Note

Composed by Bosquet
Arranged by C. Koppitz
Performed by Messrs. C. Koppitz and Carnaud
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 17, Folder 4

Dear Effie farewell : song San Francisco :Dan H. Douglass,1855.Sacramento :Dougliss & Dale ,1855

Additional Note

Arranged by W. McKorkell
Words by James R. Lawrie
From :'The Gipsy's Warning'

Note

Also published by William Hall & Son, New York.
Box 17, Folder 4

Florence Fay : ballad San Francisco :A. Kohler,1859.Sacramento :R. Dale ,1859

Additional Note

Composed by P. R. Nicholls
Performed by Miss Carrie Hiffert

Note

Also published by Loewy Bros., San Jose ; L. C. Van Allen, Kierski Bros., Stockton ; G. Amy, Marysville ; E. G. Randall, Portland.
Box 17, Folder 5

Mary of Argyle : a beautiful Scotch song San Francisco :Rasche & Sons,[1858]

Additional Note

Composed by S. Nelson
Written by Charles Jeffries
Box 17, Folder 5

To home farewell San Francisco :Charles F. Robbins,[1850s]

Additional Note

Composed by A. Baumbach
Poetry by W. E. Richardson
Box 17, Folder 5

Home! Sweet home : air anglais varié pour le piano New York :G. Schirmer,1857

Additional Note

Music by S. Thalberg
Box 17, Folder 5

The little girl schottisch San Francisco :Atwill & Co.,1856

Additional Note

Composed by L. T. Planel
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 17, Folder 5

Assembly schottisch San Francisco :Atwill & Co.,1854

Additional Note

Music by Charles Kohler
Lithographer : J. C. Pearson, New York
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 17, Folder 6

The true lancers' quadrille as danced at the state balls (La dorset) San Francisco :Atwill & Co.,[1850s]

Additional Note

Arranged by P. T. Wallenhou
Instrument : Piano
Box 17, Folder 6

Cuckoo polka; or, The approach of Spring San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1857

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by A. Herzog and Charles Schultz
Performed by Germania Philharmonic Society
Instrument : Piano
Box 17, Folder 6

Ernani : quadrille San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1857.San Francisco :Atwill ,1857

Additional Note

Music by L. T. Planel
From :Verdi's Opera
Instrument :Piano Forte

Note

Also published by A. Kohler, San Francisco.
Box 17, Folder 6

The May Queen polka for one voice, chorus, or piano s.l. :L. T. Planel,1858

Additional Note

Composed by L. T. Planel
Box 17, Folder 6

San Francisco thrill schottische San Francisco :A. Kohler,1859.Nevada :J. E. Hamlin ,1859

Additional Note

Composed by Frank Stoepel

Note

Also published by Loewy Bros., San Jose ; L. C. Van Allen and Kierski Bros., Stockton ; G. Amy, Marysville ; and E. G. Randall, Portland.
Box 17, Folder 7

Far aloft our eagles soar : a new national song San Francisco :P. R. Nicholls,1856

Additional Note

Composed by P. R. Nicholls
Words by James Linen, Esq.
Box 17, Folder 7

The San Francisco schottisch Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1858.Boston :Russell & Richardson ,1858

Additional Note

Composed by Sep. Winner
Lithographer : R. M. Gaw

Note

Also published by D. P. Faulds and Tripp & Cragg, Louisville ; Geo. Willig, Hy. McCaffrey, and Miller & Beacham, Baltimore ; Lee & Walker and Sep. Winner, Philadelphia ; Firth, Pond & Co. and William Hall & Son, New York ; Wm. C. Peters & Son, Cincinnati ; and Salvator Rosa, San Francisco.
Box 17, Folder 7

Ernani : quadrille San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1857.San Francisco :A. Kohler ,1857

Additional Note

Music by L. T. Planel
From :Verdi's Opera
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 17, Folder 7

ÔTis always sad to part San Francisco :A. Kohler,1859.Sacramento :R. Dale ,1859

Additional Note

Music by L. T. Planel
Words by J. K.

Note

Also published by Loewy Bros., San Jose ; L. C. Van Allen and Kierski Bros., Stockton ; G. Amy, Marysville ; and E. G. Randall, Portland.
Box 17, Folder 7

The dews are sleeping on the grass : song & chorus San Francisco :Atwill & Co.,[1850s].Sacramento :R. Dale ,[1850s]

Additional Note

Music by James R. Lawie
Lithographer : Stackpole
Box 17, Folder 8

When the swallows homeward fly San Francisco :W. H. Oakes,[1854]

Box 17, Folder 8

The dying Californian, or, the brother's request : ballad Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1855.Cincinnati :D. A. Traux ,1855

Additional Note

Music by A. L. Lee
Poetry by New England Diadem

Note

Also published by H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans ; S. T. Gordon, New York ; J. E. Gould, Philadelphia ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 17, Folder 8

He died in California Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1853.Cincinnati :D. A. Traux ,1855

Additional Note

Composed by I. B. Woodbury

Note

Also published by T. T. Barker, Boston ; T. S. Berry, New York ; J. E. Gould, Philadelphia ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 17, Folder 8

The returned Californian Boston :E. H. Wade,1852

Additional Note

Arranged by John P. Ordway
Written by James Pierpont, Esq.
Performed by S. C. Howard of Ordway's Aeolians
Box 17, Folder 8

Highland polka : the only correct edition for dancing San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,[1858 -1860]

Additional Note

Arranged by Charles Schultz
Performed by C. Andres' Band
Box 17, Folder 9

I'll think of thee, love San Francisco :Rasche & Sons,[1856 -1860].San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,[1856 -1860]

Additional Note

Music by F. Rasche
Poetry by Park Benjamin
Box 17, Folder 9

He fell at his post doing duty San Francisco :W. H. Oakes,1856.Sacramento :Dougliss & Dale ,1856

Additional Note

Composed by R. Herold
Words by Canton
Box 17, Folder 9

San Francisco polka Baltimore :Geo. Willig,n.d.New Orleans :H. D. Hewitt ,[1852 -1856]

Additional Note

Composed by A. Wallerstein
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 17, Folder 9

The storm polka Baltimore :Geo. Willig,n.d.New Orleans :H. D. Hewitt ,[1852 -1856]

Additional Note

Composed by A. Wallerstein
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by W. C. Peters & Sons, Cincinnati.
Box 17, Folder 9

The Golden Gate schottisch San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1859

Additional Note

Composed by L. Stateler
Box 17, Folder 10

Millie of the vale : ballad San Francisco :A. Kohler,1859.Sacramento :R. Dale ,1859

Additional Note

Composed by P. R. Nicholls

Note

Also published by Loewy Bros., San Jose ; L. C. Van Allen and Kierski Bros., Stockton ; G. Amy, Marysville ; and E. G. Randall, Portland.
Box 17, Folder 10

Fleur de Marie (heroine of the mysteries of Paris) : grand polka militaire San Francisco :A. Kohler,1859.Sacramento :R. Dale ,1859

Additional Note

Composed by W. McKorkell

Note

Also published by Loewy Bros., San Jose ; L. C. Van Allen and Kierski Bros., Stockton ; G. Amy, Marysville ; and E. G. Randall, Portland.
Box 17, Folder 10

California quadrille no. 1 San Francisco New York :S. C. Jollie,1853

Additional Note

Music by Jullien
Box 17, Folder 10

The rose : varsoviana, as taught at Mr. Hazard's dancing academy San Francisco :Atwill & Co.,1856

Additional Note

Music by L. T. Planel
From :Flowers of California
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 17, Folder 10

The pansy : schottische San Francisco :Atwill & Co.,1856

Additional Note

Music by L. T. Planel
From :Flowers of California
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 17, Folder 11

Les fluxias : schotisch s.l. :s.d.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Emile Perier
Box 17, Folder 11

Forget me not : waltz San Francisco :Atwill & Co.,1856

Additional Note

Music by L. T. Planel
From :Flowers of California
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 17, Folder 11

Rosy Hannah : ballad San Francisco :A. Kohler,1859.Sacramento :R. Dale ,1859

Additional Note

Melody by Henry Philips
Symphonies and Accompaniments by W. McKorkell
Performed by Miss Georgia Hodson, contralto of the New Orleans English Opera Troupe

Note

Also published by Loewy Bros., San Jose ; L. C. Van Allen and Kierski Bros., Stockton ; G. Amy, Marysville ; and E. G. Randall, Portland.
 

Subseries b. 1860 - 1869

Box 18, Folder 1

Trebelli Célèbre Polka Mazurka, op. 31 San Francisco :Matthias Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by Henri Roubier
From :New and Fashionable Dance Music by Celebrated Composers
Box 18, Folder 1

The Delta Phi Polka San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by A. S. Roe, Jr.
Box 18, Folder 1

The Dude's March San Francisco :The Zeno Mauvais Music Company,

Additional Note

Music by J. F. Wagner
Instrument : Piano
Box 18, Folder 1

Valse Brilliante in A-flat San Francisco :M. Gray,[1869 -1870]

Additional Note

Composed by Frédéric Chopin
Box 18, Folder 1

Her bright smile haunts me still : a ballad San Francisco :M. Gray,[1869 -1870]

Additional Note

Music by W. T. Wrighton
Words by J. E. Carpenter
From :English Songs for Voice and Piano
Box 18, Folder 2

Chant du Berger San Francisco :Matthias Gray,[1867]

Additional Note

Music by M. deColas
From :Morceaux Favoris pour le Piano
Box 18, Folder 2

The lonely watcher : a ballad San Francisco :Gray & Herwig,[1860].Sacramento :R. Dale, & Co. ,

Additional Note

Music by George Croal
Words by Cha[rle]s Jefferys
Lithographer : Drouaillet, Lithographers, San Francisco
From :Morceaux Favoris pour le Piano
Box 18, Folder 2

Fair gallop San Francisco :Rosenberg's Music Store,[1860s]

Additional Note

Composed by F. Zikoff
Performed by Willis' Band
Box 18, Folder 2

Bless me father, let me go : song and chorus San Francisco :A. Kohler,1865.New York :Wm. A. Pond, & Co. ,1865

Additional Note

Music by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by Carrie Carlton
Box 18, Folder 2

Annaheim Polka San Francisco :A. J. Lafontaine,[1870s]

Additional Note

Composed by Edward Buechel ; Chr. H. Stadtfeld, arranger
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 18, Folder 3

March of the Exempt Fire Company, S.F.F.D. San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,[1860s].San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,

Additional Note

Composed by Cha[rle]s Schultz

Note

Also published by A. W. Pond, New York
Box 18, Folder 3

My sister San Francisco :A. Kohler,[1861].San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,

Additional Note

Composed by P. R. Nichols
Words by P. R. Nichols

Note

Also published by R. Dale, Sacramento and S.H. Long, Marysville
Box 18, Folder 3

Ave Maria melodie religieuse adaptée au 1er prelude du J. S. Bach San Francisco :M. Gray,[1867]

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Gounod
From :Madame Parepa Rosa's Concert Songs
Box 18, Folder 3

My Molly Asthore : beautiful Irish ballad San Francisco :M. Gray,[1867]

Additional Note

Composed by L. H. Lavenu
Printer Edward Bosqui & Co., printers
From :New and Popular Dance Music
Box 18, Folder 3

Ecstasy valse brillante (L'estasi) San Francisco :M. Gray,[1867]

Additional Note

Music by Luigi Arditi
Words by Claude Vincent
From :Madame Parepa Rosa's Concert Songs
Box 18, Folder 4

Bright star of hope, or, Call me thine own (Quand de la nuit) from L'Eclair San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by Halevy
Words by Claude Vincent
From :Dramma Musicale
Box 18, Folder 4

Rose-Bud Schottische San Francisco :M. Gray,[1867]

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
From :Three Favorite Schottisches by Geo. T. Evans
Box 18, Folder 4

The Brook San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by Dolores
Poetry by Tennyson
From :Vocal Beauties of England and America for Voice and Piano
Box 18, Folder 4

Must we then meet as strangers? : a ballad for alto or baritone New York :C. H. Ditson, & Co. ,1875.Boston :Oliver Ditson, & Co. ,1875

Additional Note

Music by J. R. Thomas
Words by Geo[rge] Cooper
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Sons, Lithographers, Boston
Performed by Mr. Eugene Clarke

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago, J. C. Haynes, & Co., Boston, and J. E. Ditson, & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 18, Folder 4

New Express Galop San Francisco :M. Gray,1869

Additional Note

Composed by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Lithograph 'Cape Horn,' Placer Co., Cal., and view of the Sierra Nevada, on the line of the Pacific Railroad Britton & Rey, Lithographers, San Francisco
Box 18, Folder 5

New Express Galop San Francisco :M. Gray,1869

Additional Note

Composed by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Lithograph 'Cape Horn,' Placer Co., Cal., and view of the Sierra Nevada, on the line of the Pacific Railroad Britton & Rey, Lithographers, San Francisco
Box 18, Folder 5

Bright things can never die : a ballad San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1862

Additional Note

Composed by Edw[ard] F. Rimbault
Printer Chas. F. Robbins, & Co., Music Printers, San Francisco
Performed by Signora Bianchi at the Metropolitan Theatre
Box 18, Folder 5

La belle Julie : Mazurka brillante San Francisco :A. A. Rosenberg,1869

Additional Note

Composed by Aug. A. Rosenberg
Lithographer : C.O. Clayton, Engr., Lith., & Printer, New York
Box 18, Folder 5

The Octoroon Polka San Francisco :A. Kohler,1860

Additional Note

Composed by C. G. St. Clair
Box 18, Folder 5

Our Union Right or Wrong, the celebrated Song and dance respectfully dedicated to the people of the Union San Francisco :M. Gray,1862

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Printer Robbins & Co., Music Printers, San Francisco
Performed by Ben Cotton
Box 18, Folder 6

Dublin Bay : song and chorus San Francisco :M. Gray,1862

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Printer Robbins & Co., Music Printers, San Francisco
Performed by Sam Wells
Box 18, Folder 6

Not for Joseph polka : comic song San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1868

Additional Note

Arranged by Joseph L. Schmitz
Performed by Johnny Mack
Box 18, Folder 6

What are the wild waves saying: duett between Paul & Florence, in Dombey & Son San Francisco :M. Gray,[1869 -1870]

Additional Note

Composed by Stephen Glover
From :Vocal Duets
Box 18, Folder 6

The merriest girl that's out San Francisco :M. Gray,[1869 -1870]

Additional Note

Arranged by Carlo Minasi
Words by Charles Merion
From :Album of Comic Songs
Box 18, Folder 6

My Molly Asthore San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by L. Lavenu
From :Vocal Beauties of England and America for Voice and Piano
Box 18, Folder 7

Kathleen Aroon San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by Franz Abt
Words by Mrs. Crawford
From :Vocal Beauties of England and America for Voice and Piano
Box 18, Folder 7

Roses bloom in summer only San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by Stephen Glover
From :Vocal Beauties of England and America for Voice and Piano
Box 18, Folder 7

Under the snow San Francisco and Portland :M. Gray,1809

Additional Note

Music by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by J. R. Mains
Lithographer : G. T. Brown & Co., San Francisco
Box 18, Folder 7

Happy and content polka Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1863.Cincinnati :J. Church, Jr. ,1863

Additional Note

Composed by Gustave A. Scott

Note

Also published by J. D. Haynes, & Co., Boston ; Firth Pond, & Co., New York ; and J. E. Gould, Philadelphia.
Box 18, Folder 7

Gungl's rail road gallop San Francisco :A. A. Rosenberg,1869

Additional Note

Arranged by H. M. Bosworth
Performed by Willis' Band at the Mechanics' Industrial Fair
Instrument : Piano

Note

Box 18, Folder 8

Coal oil Tommy San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,[1867]

Additional Note

Music by Alfred Lee
Words by John Brougham
From :The Lottery of Life

Note

Box 18, Folder 8

Glory hallelujah quickstep San Francisco :C. Andres,1862.San Francisco :Chas. F. Robbins, & Co., Music Printers ,1862

Additional Note

Arranged by Chris. Andres
Performed by Chris. Andre's Band, San Francisco

Note

Box 18, Folder 8

Abraham's daughter San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862].Sacramento :E. L. Ripley & Co. ,

Additional Note

Arranged by F. H. H. Oldfield
Printer Nahl Brothers; L. Nagel, Print., from a photo by Bryan & Johnston
Performed by Ben Cotton

Note

Also published by E. G. Randall, Portland.
Box 18, Folder 8

Volunteers return : or, will our loved ones come home San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1862

Additional Note

Words and Music by F. H. H. Oldfield

Note

Also published by E. G. Randall, Portland.
Box 18, Folder 8

Sewing machine waltz , dedicated to the Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Co. San Francisco :R. G. Brown, Agent Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Company,1863

Additional Note

Music by W[illia]m P. Harrison
Box 18, Folder 9

Pacific Railroad polka San Francisco :Gray & Herwig,1860

Additional Note

Music by Gustave A. Scott
Box 18, Folder 9

Echos from the Alhambra, arranged in the form of a schottische : second edition San Francisco :Rosenberg's Music Store,1868.Sacramento :L. K. Hammer ,

Additional Note

Arranged by H. M. Bosworth
Performed by Willis' Band

Note

Also Published by E. J. Morton, San Jose ; and W. Kierski, Stockton.
Box 18, Folder 9

The Greenwood shade : a ballad dedicated to Mrs. Lizzie Greenwood San Francisco :A. Kohler, Music Dealer,1865

Additional Note

Music by P. R. Nicholls, Esq.
Words by J. T. Donnelly
Box 18, Folder 9

O say, thou best and brightest San Francisco :Gray & Herwig,1860

Additional Note

Music by Gustave A. Scott
Words by Thomas Moore
Box 18, Folder 9

The dream of happiness San Francisco :Gray & Herwig,1860.Sacramento :R. Dale ,1860

Additional Note

Composed by J. H. Dohrmann

Note

Also published by A. Waldteufel, San Jose.
Box 18, Folder 10

The flying trapeze waltz San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1868

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Box 18, Folder 10

In happy moments : ballad from the opera Maritana San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by W. V. Wallace
From :Dramma Musicale
Box 18, Folder 10

Bright star of hope; or, call me thine own, from L'Eclair San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by Halevy
From :Dramma Musicale
Box 18, Folder 10

Come in and shut the door San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by J. G. Callcott
Words by J. P. H.
From :Vocal Beauties of England and America for Voice and Piano
Box 18, Folder 10

Ixion waltz, introducing the popular melodies The Bells go a ringing for Sarah and Beautiful Bells as performed in Ixion at the New California Theatre San Francisco :Gray's New Music Store,1869

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by J. P. H.
Box 19, Folder 1

Barn door or Arrah na Pogue jig and Wearing of the green San Francisco :M. Gray,[1865?].Sacramento :R. Dale and L. K. Hammer ,

Additional Note

Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 19, Folder 1

Yes! I would the war were over San Francisco :M. Gray,1863

Additional Note

Music by George T. Evans
Words by Alice Hawthorne
Performed by Signor R. Abecco
Box 19, Folder 1

I loved thee long and dearly : a ballad San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1860

Additional Note

Music by Charles Schultz
Words by Thomas J. Donnelly
Performed by Miss Georgia Hodson
Box 19, Folder 1

Did I not love thee? : a song adapted to a German air San Francisco :Gray & Herwig,[1860].Sacramento :R. Dale & Co. ,

Additional Note

Music by W[illia]m McKorkell
Words by James N. Olney, Esq.
Lithographer : Drouaillet Lithographers, San Francisco

Note

Also published by A. Waldteufel, San Jose
Box 19, Folder 1

When the swallows homeward fly San Francisco :Gray & Herwig,[1860].Sacramento :R. Dale & Co. ,

Additional Note

Lithographer : Drouaillet Lithographers, San Francisco

Note

Also published by A. Waldteufel, San Jose Manuscript edition tipped in
Box 19, Folder 2

I do not want to be drowned : a song respectfully dedicated to the survivors of the wreck of the Golden-Gate San Francisco :Chas. F. Robbins, & Co.,1862

Additional Note

Music by P. R. Nicholls
Words by Frank Soule, Esq.
Lithographer Lithography of Geo. H. Becker, San Francisco
Box 19, Folder 2

The sun flower schottische San Francisco :M. Gray,1868

Additional Note

Music by George T. Evans
From :The Songs and Dances of the day
Box 19, Folder 2

Ixion waltz San Francisco :M. Gray,1869

Additional Note

Arranged by George T. Evans
From :New and Fashionable Dance Music by Celebrated Composers
Box 19, Folder 2

Good bye, sweetheart, good bye : ballad San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Composed by J. L. Hatton
Performed by 'Lady Don'
Box 19, Folder 2

Truth in absence (prize song) : canzonet San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Composed by Edmund B. Harper
Words by Hy. Brandreth, Jr.
Performed by Miss Emma Howson
Box 19, Folder 3

E. N. Catlin's love among the roses : arranged as a schottische San Francisco :M. Gray,1869.Boston :G. D. Russell, & Comany ,1869

Additional Note

Arranged by H. M. Bosworth
Box 19, Folder 3

On the beach : schottische dedicated to the patrons of The Cliff House San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Lithograph 'Cliff House and Seal Rocks at the entrance of the harbor of San Francisco', Nahl Brothers, Lith.; L. Nagel, Printer, San Francisco
Box 19, Folder 3

An hour at the cliff [San Francisco] :[M. Gray],[1861 -1863]

Additional Note

Arranged by [George H. Edmonds and W. D. Corrister]
Words by [Walter Bray]
Box 19, Folder 3

An hour at the cliff San Francisco :M. Gray,[1861 -1863]

Additional Note

Arranged by George H. Edmonds and W. D. Corrister
Words by Walter Bray
Lithographer : Nahl Brothers, Lith.; L. Nagel, Printer, San Francisco
Box 19, Folder 3

Under the snow San Francisco :M. Gray,1869

Additional Note

Composed by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Lithographer : Lith. Britton & Rey, San Francisco
Performed by W. Hudson and T. W. Bree
Box 19, Folder 4

The wearing of the green : the original version San Francisco :A. Kohler, Music Dealer,1865

Additional Note

From :Arrah na pogue
Box 19, Folder 4

The wearin' of the green San Francisco :Frisbee & Co., Music Dealers,1865

Additional Note

Performed by Mr. Chas. Wheatleigh
From :Arrah na pogue
Box 19, Folder 4

As my love came out to me San Francisco :M. Gray,1874

Additional Note

Music by Cha[rle]s Bray
Words by Mrs. M. W. Hackleton
Performed by Mr. Chas. Wheatleigh
Box 19, Folder 4

I'll meet thee at the lane; or, my sweet mountain rose San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by Charles Blamphin
From :Vocal Beauties of England and America for Voice and Piano
Box 19, Folder 4

The heart bow'd down : a ballad sung in the opera The Bohemian Girl San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Composed by M. W. Balfe
From :Dramma Musicale
Box 19, Folder 5

Marching through Georgia : a popular march arranged in easy style San Francisco :J. T. Bowers, Music Dealer,1865

Additional Note

Music by Henry Clay Work
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 19, Folder 5

The San Francisco March, introducing the popular melody 'long, long weary day,' as played by the military bands San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1867

Additional Note

Arranged by Geo[rge] Koppitz
Printer Edward Bosqui, & Co., Printers, San Francisco
Instrument : Piano Forte, Violin, or Flute
Box 19, Folder 5

Champagne Charlie Waltz San Francisco :J. T. Bowers,[1865]

Additional Note

Printer Truesdell, Dewey, & Co., Printers, San Francisco
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 19, Folder 5

Champagne Charlie Polka San Francisco :M. Gray,1868

Additional Note

Arranged by Joseph L. Schmitz
Performed by The Orchestra of Maguires Opera House
Box 19, Folder 5

A star has left its native sphere : a monody on the death of the Rev. Thomas Starr King San Francisco :A. Kohler,1864

Additional Note

Composed by P. R. Nicholls
Lithographer : Wm. P. Harrison, & Co., San Francisco
Box 19, Folder 6

La capricieuse : valse de salon pour le piano San Francisco :Bancroft, Knight, & Co.,1869

Additional Note

Music by Basile Barès
Box 19, Folder 6

Half mast high San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Composed by Claribel
Words by Claribel
From :Three Songs composed by Claribel
Box 19, Folder 6

I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862 -1863]

Additional Note

Music by M. W. Balfe
From :Dramma Musicale
Box 19, Folder 6

Defend the stars and stripes! : a patriotic chorus composed for and sung by 'The Twelve' of San Francisco San Francisco :M. Gray,[1862]

Additional Note

Composed by Gustave A. Scott
Words by A member of 'The Twelve'
From :Dramma Musicale
Box 19, Folder 6

Freeman's march, composed and dedicated to the officers and members of the San Francisco Fire Department : Fifth edition San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1864

Additional Note

Composed by Cha[rle]s Schultz
Printer Wm. P. Harrison & Co's. Print, San Francisco
Box 19, Folder 7

Our California hills San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1862

Additional Note

Music by F. H. H. Oldfield
Printer Chas. F. Robbins & Co. Printers, San Francisco
Box 19, Folder 7

Bless me father, let me go : song and chorus San Francisco :A. Kohler,1865.New York :Wm. A. Pond, & Co. ,1865

Additional Note

Music by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by Carrie Carlton
Box 19, Folder 7

J. H. O'Neil's quintessence of old Virginia : schottische San Francisco :A. Kohler,1860

Additional Note

Composed by C. G. St. Clair
Printer Nahl Bros., L. Nagel, Printer
Box 19, Folder 7

The brook in the glen : a ballad inscribed to Miss Eugenie Verschoyle San Francisco :A. Kohler,1860.Sacramento :R. Dale ,1860

Additional Note

Composed by P. R. Nicholls

Note

Also published by Loewy Brothers and F. Biestat, San Jose; L. C. Van Allen and Kierski Brothers, Stockton; and C. G. Randall, Portland.
Box 19, Folder 7

La mariposa (the butterfly) : polka-mazurka San Francisco :A. Kohler,1865.New York :Wm. A. Pond, & Co. ,1865

Additional Note

Composed by Manuel Cata-o
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 19, Folder 8

Bridal veil schottische San Francisco :Gray & Herwig,1861

Additional Note

Music by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Box 19, Folder 8

General Grant's the man! : song and chorus San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1868

Additional Note

Music by S. T.
Words by J. Stratman
Box 19, Folder 8

Joe Murphy's velocipede San Francisco :M. Gray's Music Store,1869

Additional Note

Arranged by Alfred Lee
Words by Joe Murphy, the great
Lithographer : Lith. Britton & Rey, San Francisco
Box 19, Folder 8

Rosa schottische San Francisco :Rasche & Sons,1860.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1860

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by F. Rasche

Note

Also published by G. Amy, Marysville and L. C. Van Allen, Stockton
Box 19, Folder 8

Il souvenir d'amore (souvenir of love) : valse brillante San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1868

Additional Note

Music by Eugenio Bellini
Words by M. T.
Lithograph 'Eco della Patria,' Polyglot Print., San Francisco
Box 19, Folder 9

Faust march (soldiers' chorus) San Francisco :J. T. Bowers, Music Dealers,1865

Additional Note

Arranged by Brinley Richards
From :Gounod's 'Faust'
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 19, Folder 9

Sounds from the ringing rocks! : a romantic fantasy composed for the piano Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1864.San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde ,1864

Additional Note

Composed by B. Frank Walters

Note

Also published by W. H. Boner & Co., Philadelphia and Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston.
Box 19, Folder 9

On thee my thoughts are fondly dwelling San Francisco :A. Kohler,1860

Additional Note

Composed by C. G. St. Clair
Words by C. G. St. Clair
Box 19, Folder 9

Cuckoo polka; or, The approach of spring San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1857

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by A. Herzog and Charles Schultz
Performed by Germania Philharmonic Society
Instrument : Piano
Box 19, Folder 9

Oh, sing the song of old! : a ballad San Francisco :J. T. Bowers,1863

Additional Note

Composed by Gustave A. Scott
Box 19, Folder 10

Jeff Davis' dream, as originally sung by Miss Viola, [É] for presentation to the lady patrons of their Gigantic Polyorama of the War San Francisco :J. W. Wilder & Co.,1863.San Francisco :Robbins & Co., Book, Job, and Music Printers ,1863

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Miss Viola
Box 19, Folder 10

Yes! I would the war were over! San Francisco :M. Gray,1863

Additional Note

Music by G. T. Evans
Words by Alice Hawthorne
Printer Robbins & Co., Book, Job, and Music Printers, San Francisco
Performed by Signor R. Abecco
Box 19, Folder 10

Bright things can never die : a ballad San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1862

Additional Note

Composed by Edw[ard] F. Rimbault
Printer Chas. F. Robbins & Co., Music Printers, San Francisco
Performed by Signora Bianchi
Box 19, Folder 10

United forever : a patriotic song San Francisco :Gray & Herwig,1861

Additional Note

Composed by G. T. Evans
Words by T. G. Spear, Esq.
Performed by Mme. Elisa Biscaccianti
Box 19, Folder 10

Souvenir de Clairvaux : polka mazurka San Francisco :M. Gray,1861

Additional Note

Music by A. J. Bowie, Jr.
Box 20, Folder 1

Firemen's march, composed and dedicated to the officers and members of the San Francisco Fire Department San Francisco :Salvator Rosa,1861

Additional Note

Composed by Cha[rle]s Schultz
Printer Charles F. Robbins & Co., Music Printers, San Francisco
Box 20, Folder 1

Minnie Adair : a ballad San Francisco :M. Gray,1862.Portland :E. G. Randall ,1862

Additional Note

Music by Geo[rge] T. Evans
Words by L. R. Goodman
Instrument : Guitar and Piano

Note

Also published by G. W. Welch, Nevada and B. Franz, Virginia City.
Box 20, Folder 1

The daisy schottische, introducing the popular song 'The girl in the dollar store' San Francisco :M. Gray,1869.New York :Wm. A. Pond ,1869

Additional Note

Composed by Cha[rle]s Schultz
Performed by Orchestra of the California Theatre

Note

Also published by Koppitz, Pruter & Co., Boston ; G. Andre & Co., Philadelphia ; Geo. Willig & Co., Baltimore ; and D. P. Faulds, Louisville.
 

Subseries c. 1870 - 1879, Illustrated

Box 20, Folder 2

Le ma"tre d'ecole alsacien : chant patriotique San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1872.Portland :Gray's Music Store ,1872

Additional Note

Music by L. T. Planel
Words by Villemer & Delormel
Lithographer : Britten & Rey, San Francisco
Box 20, Folder 2

Leonora gavotte Honolulu :Wall, Nichols Co.,1892

Additional Note

Music by I. Libornio
Box 20, Folder 2

Huihui pua and pua lehua : Hawaiian hulas Honolulu :The Hawaiian News Co.,1894.San Francisco :Broder & Schlam ,1894

Additional Note

Arranged by J. M. Kaulua
From :Mele hula

Note

Also published by Charles Sheard & Co., London.
Box 20, Folder 2

Ka oiwi nani (Beautiful one) : song and chorus San Francisco :The Pacific Music Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Her Royal Highness Princess Liliuokalani
Lithographer : Louis Roesch Co., San Francisco
Box 20, Folder 2

Fire! Fire! : grand galop San Francisco :Henry Marsh & Co.,1875

Additional Note

Music by Henry Marsh
Box 20, Folder 3

I'm dying for someone to love me : song and chorus s.l. :s.d.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Eastburn
Box 20, Folder 3

Carnival de San Francisco San Francisco :M. Gray's Music Stores,1874.Portland :M. Gray's Music Stores ,1874

Additional Note

Music by J. H. Dohrmann
Box 20, Folder 3

Lambs in the upper fold San Francisco :California Music Publishing Co.,1878

Additional Note

Words and Music by L. P. Venen
From :Four Beautiful Songs
Box 20, Folder 3

The cottage maid San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874

Additional Note

Music by Oceana I. Judah
Box 20, Folder 3

California Creedmoor team march San Francisco :Matthias Gray,1877.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1877

Additional Note

Music by Charles Schultz
Box 20, Folder 4

She's just a sweet bouquet : song and dance San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde & Co.,1877

Additional Note

Music by Charles E. Pratt
Words by George Cooper
Box 20, Folder 4

Pity me, Loo! the California bird song : waltz New York :Willis Woodward & Co.,1879

Additional Note

Words and Music by Henry C. Work
Box 20, Folder 4

Sweet Kathleen Magee : ballad with chorus San Francisco :Gray's Music Stores,1872.Portland :Gray's Music Stores ,1872

Additional Note

Composed by M.C.
Box 20, Folder 4

Song of the Rhine : song and quartette San Francisco :Gray's Music Stores,1870

Additional Note

Arranged by George Koppitz
Box 20, Folder 4

Sweet birds of Spring : duett and chorus San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874

Additional Note

Music by A. B. Clark
Words by George Cooper
Box 20, Folder 5

Sherman & Hyde grand march San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874

Additional Note

Music by Ovid Greene
Printer Cubery & Co., Printers
Box 20, Folder 5

The merry bird (O bitt'euch leibe vogelein) San Francisco :Kohler & Chase,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Fred. Gumbert
Words by J. M. H.
Lithographer : Thos. Hunter, Lith., Philadelphia
From :Our treasury : a collection of the most popular songs & duetts
Box 20, Folder 5

Sharon-Hesketh bridal waltz San Francisco :Henry Marsh,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Henry Marsh
Lithographer : Henry Marsh
Box 20, Folder 5

Goldsmith maid occident galop San Francisco :M. Gray,1872.Portland :M. Gray ,1872

Additional Note

Arranged by Carl Hess
Performed by Ballenberg's Orchestra
Instrument : Piano
Box 20, Folder 5

Hymne à la France San Francisco :n.d.,1872

Additional Note

Music by L. T. Planel
Words by F. Des Farges
Lithographer : Britton & Ray
Box 20, Folder 6

Student schottische San Francisco :Bancroft, Knight & Co.,1878

Additional Note

Composed by Isidor Rosencrantz
Box 20, Folder 6

Farewell choral tribute to Rev. Dr. H. M. Scudder by the Howard Choral Union San Francisco :Howard Choral Union,1871

Additional Note

Music by George F. Pettinos
Words by Mrs. S. B. Cooper
Lithographer : G. T. Brown & Co., Lith., San Francisco
Box 20, Folder 6

Through the air polka San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874

Additional Note

Composed by Ricardo Lucchesi
Box 20, Folder 6

Never take the horseshoe from the door : song and chorus San Francisco :George W. Hagans Music Typographer,1880

Additional Note

Words and Music by O. E. Henning
Box 20, Folder 6

Something still to do : duet for tenor, or soprano, and alto San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874

Additional Note

Music by F. A. Winter
Words by Dexter Smith
Lithographer : Thomas Hunter, Lith., Philadelphia
From :Starlight Musings
Box 20, Folder 7

Grande marche San Francisco :A. A. Rosenberg,[1870s].Sacramento :L. K. Hammer ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Walter L. LaMont

Note

Also published by Geo. W. Hillman, Portland ; and Morton & Curtiss, San Jose.
Box 20, Folder 7

Learning to walk San Francisco :M. Gray,1873.Portland :M. Gray ,1873

Additional Note

Music by Stephen Massett
Words by George Cooper
Lithographer : Britton & Rey, Lithographers, San Francisco
Box 20, Folder 7

Shooting star mazurka San Francisco :A. A. Rosenberg,1870.Sacramento :L. K. Hammer ,1870

Additional Note

Composed by Walter L. LaMont
Lithographer : Russell Brothers, New York

Note

Also published by Geo. W. Hillman, Portland ; and W. J. Broderick, Los Angeles.
Box 20, Folder 7

We shall know : song and chorus San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1874

Additional Note

Music by M. E. Hale
Box 20, Folder 7

The big sun flower schottisch San Francisco :A. A. Rosenberg,n.d.Sacramento :L. K. Hammer ,nd.

Additional Note

Arranged by H. M. Bosworth
Lithographer : C. D. Clayton

Note

Also published by Shanahan & Hillman, Portland ; and R. Davis, San Jose.
Box 20, Folder 8

The pioneer San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1872.Portland :Gray's Music Store ,1872

Additional Note

Melody by P. R. Nichols
Words by R. F. Ryan
Performed by J. G. Russell

Note

Arranged by George T. Evans
Box 20, Folder 8

He comes, lo, triumphant! : hymn (anthem) composed on the occasion of the return of ex-president Ulysses S. Grant to the United States San Francisco :D. Speranza,1879

Additional Note

Music by Prof. D. Speranza
Words by Hector A. Stuart
Box 20, Folder 8

Violet eyes : ballad San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1871

Additional Note

Composed by Stephen Massett
Performed by Mr. Louis Braham
Box 20, Folder 8

She's just a sweet bouquet : song and dance San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde & Co.,1877

Additional Note

Music by Charles E. Pratt
Words by George Cooper
Performed by Mlle. Marie Aimee
Box 20, Folder 8

The day when I was young San Francisco :M. Gray,1871.Portland :M. Gray ,1871

Additional Note

Arranged by George T. Evans
Written by Charles Howard
Lithographer : G. T. Brown & Co., Lith., San Francisco
Performed by Charles Howard
Box 20, Folder 9

Sparkling cascade : polka brillante San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde & Co.,1872

Additional Note

Music by Charles Kinkel
Box 20, Folder 9

Polka sentimental San Francisco :M. Gray,1879.San Jose :A. Waldteufel ,1879

Additional Note

Music by Adolfo Pferdner
Box 20, Folder 9

New cuckoo polka San Francisco :Kohler & Chase,1878.Oakland :Kohler & Chase ,1878

Additional Note

Composed by Louis Bodecker
Performed by Blum's orchestra
Box 20, Folder 9

We are happy darling mother : song and chorus San Francisco :Sherman, Hyde & Co.,1877

Additional Note

Music by Joseph. J. Daynes
Words by Charles W. Stayner
Box 20, Folder 9

Le petit duc (The little duke) San Francisco :California Music Publishing Comapny,1878

Additional Note

Music by Charles Lecocq
Words by O. E. Hennig
From :Alice Oates' comic opera company
Box 20, Folder 10

Violet eyes : ballad San Francisco :Gray's Music Store,1871

Additional Note

Composed by Stephen Massett
Performed by Mr. Louis Braham
Box 20, Folder 10

Falling waters, or, Waters of the Yosemite : caprice Waukesha,WI :J. T. Mahoney,1874

Additional Note

Music by J. L. Truax
Box 20, Folder 10

Lullaby schottische San Francisco :California Music Publishing Comapny,1878.Santa Rosa and Petaluma, CA :Philip Cowan ,1878

Additional Note

Arranged by H. von der Mehden
 

Series 8. George M. Cohan

Box 21, Folder 1

So long Mary New York :F. A. Mills,1905

Additional Note

Music by George M. Cohan
Performed by Fay Templeton
From :'So long Mary'
Box 21, Folder 1

Harrigan New York :F. A. Mills,1907

Additional Note

Music by George M. Cohan
From :Fifty Miles from Boston
Box 21, Folder 1

If Washington should come to life New York :F. A. Mills,1906

Additional Note

Composed and Written by George M. Cohan
From :'George Washington, Jr.'
Box 21, Folder 1

Over there New York :Leo Feist, Inc. ,1917.London :Herman Darewski Music Publishing Co. ,1917

Additional Note

Music by George M. Cohan
Box 21, Folder 1

Over there New York :William Jerome Publishing Corporation,1917

Additional Note

Words and Music by George M. Cohan
Introduced by Nora Bayes
Lithographer : Barbelle
 

Series 9. Comic

Box 21, Folder 2

I'm a dandy, but I'm no dude New York :S. T. Gordon & Son,1885

Additional Note

Words and Music by Will H. Bray
Box 21, Folder 2

The total s'iety : a comic song Boston :Henry Prentiss,1840

Additional Note

Arranged by Henry Russell
Lithographer : B. W. Taylor, litho.
Performed by Henry Russell
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 21, Folder 2

The tee-to-tal society : comic song New York :Atwill,1840

Additional Note

Arranged by George De Luce
Lithographer : Lewis & Brown, New York
Performed by Mr. Chapman
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 21, Folder 2

Think & smoke tobacco : a favorite old song on mortality, made agreeable & pleasing to all classes, from the King to the beggar, set to music for a single voice and may be repeated as chorus Boston :John Ashton & Co.,1836

Additional Note

Arranged by Joseph Gear
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lithography
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 21, Folder 2

The gingerbread man : a new comic song New York :Endicott,[1836]

Additional Note

Words and Music by J. B. Dobney
Lithographer : Spoodlyks ; Endicott Lithography and Music
Box 21, Folder 3

The washing day : a ballad for wet weather Philadelphia :G. E. Blake,n.d.

Box 21, Folder 3

Caricature schottische Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1854.New York :Berry & Gordon ,1854

Additional Note

Composed by L'Aboyeur
Lithographer : E. Masson, del. ; J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by T. T. Barker, Boston ; D. A. Traux, Cincinnati ; C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston ; and J. E. Gould, Philadelphia.
Box 21, Folder 3

Does your mother know you're out? : comic song New York :Firth & Hall,[1834 -1847]

Additional Note

Composed by W. H. C. West
Written by W. H. C. West
Lithographer : Endicott
Performed by Messrs. Fitzwilliam, Buckingham, and Howell
Box 21, Folder 3

The cat's grand concert, or, Crimalkin's first appearance : a favorite song and trio New York :Endicott,n.d.

Additional Note

Written and arranged by William Clifton
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 21, Folder 3

Boy with the auburn hair Philadelphia :Wm. H. Coulston,1859

Additional Note

Performed by E. F. Dixey
Box 21, Folder 4

Captain Jinks concert piece St. Louis :Kunkel Brothers,1869.St. Louis :Mammoth Music House ,1869

Additional Note

Music by Ch. Thalberg
Box 21, Folder 4

Matrimonial sweets, the celebrated comic duett Boston :C. Bradlee,n.d.

Additional Note

Written and arranged by W. H. Freeman
Box 21, Folder 4

Nothing else to do : comic song Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1839

Additional Note

Arranged by W. A. Newland
Performed by Miss Rosina Shaw
Box 21, Folder 4

The unfortunate man (I'm a very unfortunate man) Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1852.New York :Gould & Berry ,1852

Additional Note

Written by Ossian E. Dodge
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston
Performed by Ossian E. Dodge

Note

Also published by S. Brainard, Cleveland ; H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans ; G. W. Brainard & Co., Louisville ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 21, Folder 4

Look me in the eye, Johnny Chicago :Root & Cady,1870

Additional Note

Music by C. T. Lockwood
Words by C. Ernst Fahnstock
Lithographer : Chicago Lithography Co.
Box 21, Folder 5

The humorous adventures of Combo Chaff Baltimore :John Cole & Son,1834

Additional Note

Lithographer : John Penniman, Invt. & Del.
Performed by Mr. T. Rice
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 21, Folder 5

When I was a girl of eighteen years old Baltimore :John Cole,[1830s]

Box 21, Folder 5

Ten little Injuns : comic song and chorus Philadelphia :Sep. Winner,1868

Additional Note

Music by Sep. Winner
Performed by Mr. E. F. Dixey
Box 21, Folder 5

The cork leg : a celebrated comic song Baltimore :Geo. Willig,n.d.

Additional Note

Lithographer : C. A. Smith, del. ; Willig's Lith.
Performed by Mr. Burton
Box 21, Folder 5

Johnny Sands : comic ballad Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1842.Philadelphia :J. E. Gould ,1842

Additional Note

Composed by John Sinclair
Engraver H. F. Greene, Eng.
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by T. T. Barker, Boston ; D. A. Traux, Cincinnati ; C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston ; and T. S. Berry, New York.
Box 21, Folder 6

Johnny Sands : comic ballad Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1842.Philadelphia :J. E. Gould ,1842

Additional Note

Composed by John Sinclair
Engraver H. F. Greene, Eng.
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by T. T. Barker, Boston ; D. A. Traux, Cincinnati ; C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston ; and T. S. Berry, New York.
Box 21, Folder 6

The lament of the Irish emigrant : A ballad, portraying the feelings of an Irish peasant previous to his leaving home, calling up the scenes of his youth under the painful reflection of ahving buried his wife and child, and what his feelings will be in America Boston :Geo. P. Reed,1843

Additional Note

Composed by William R. Dempster
Poetry by The Hon. Mrs. Price Blackwood
Box 21, Folder 6

Three little maids from school : trio Chicago and San Francisco :National Music Co.,1885

Additional Note

Arranged by Phillip Frost
Arranged by Gustave A. Joseph
Lithographer : Goes & Quensel [?], Lith.
From :Gilbert & Sullivan's 'Mikado'
Box 21, Folder 6

The O. P. R. A., or, a manager's troubles : comic quartette Chicago :National Music Co.,1881.New York :William A. Pond & Co. ,1881

Additional Note

Music by C. E. Leslie
Lithographer : J. M. W. Jones, S & P. Co., Chicago
Box 21, Folder 6

Marrying made easy, or, Codfish balls and Boston beans Cincinnati :John Church & Co.,1878.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1878

Additional Note

Music by Sidney Ryan
Words by Jenny
Lithographer : E. D. Grafton, del.

Note

Also published by Root & Sons Music Co., Chicago
Box 21, Folder 7

Yes sir-ee Boston :Geo. P. Reed,1846

Additional Note

Arranged by George W. Peabody, Esq.
Lithographer : Bufford & Co., Lith., Boston
From :Pete Morris' Celebrated Comic Melodies
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 21, Folder 7

The all do it! (Tony Pastor's original version) : comic song Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1877.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1877

Additional Note

Written and composed by John Read

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; J. E. Ditson, Philadelphia ; McCurrie, Weber & Co., San Francisco ; and Dobmeyer & Newhall, Cincinnati.
Box 21, Folder 7

Just across from Jersey New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1883

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
From :Edward Harrigan's comic play 'Cordelia's Aspirations'
Box 21, Folder 7

We's gwine to heah from home : song and chorus Cincinnati :F. W. Helmick,1878

Additional Note

Music by Charlie Baker
Words by L. B. Cake
Box 21, Folder 7

The little widow Dunn : song and chorus New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1879

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
From :Edward Harrigan's comic play 'The Mulligan Guard Chowder'
Box 21, Folder 8

Jardie O'Dowd New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1869.Boston :Koppitz, Pruefer & Co. ,1869

Additional Note

Written and composed by Jardie Q. O'Dowd
Lithographer : Clay, Cosack, & Co., Buffalo

Note

Also published by C. Y. Fonda, Cincinnati ; M. Gray, San Francisco ; L. Grunewald, New Orleans ; and R. S. Poppen, St. Louis.
Box 21, Folder 8

Barney Brallaghan : a comic Irish song New York :Firth & Hall,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by J. Blewitt
Written by T. Hudson
Lithographer : F. Grain, del. ; Pendleton's Lith.
Performed by Mr. Todd
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Arranged for the piano forte by P. K. Moran.
Box 21, Folder 8

The cork leg : a celebrated comic song New York :Firth & Hall,n.d.

Additional Note

Performed by Mr. Latham at Niblos's Garden

Note

Arranged for the piano forte by P. K. Moran.
Box 21, Folder 8

Widow Spriggins' daughter : comic song for tenor or baritone Boston :G. D. Russell & Company,1876.San Francisco :McCurrie, Weber & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Music by O. D. Stinchfield

Note

Also published by Ira C. Stockbridge, Portland.
Box 21, Folder 8

No room : comic song and chorus New York :Frank Harding,1890.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1890

Additional Note

Composed by Ernest J. Symons
Written by A. E. Martin and M. Cavanagh
Performed by Charles H. Patterson
Box 21, Folder 9

Tobias and Biancos : humorous song and chorus Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1865.Philadelphia :W. H. Boner & Co. ,1865

Additional Note

Arranged by Sep. Winner
Lithographer : G. F. Swain

Note

Also published by Chas. W. Harris, New York.
Box 21, Folder 9

I'm a dude! : comic song New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1883.St. Louis :Balmer & Weber ,1883

Additional Note

Music by Harry Kennedy
Words by Lew Dockstader
Engraver Lux Eng. Co., Boston

Note

Also published by Will. H. Kennedy, Brooklyn.
Box 21, Folder 9

Widow Mahony : comic song in the Irish style Baltimore :John Cole & Son,[1835]

Additional Note

Music by J. Blewitt
Words by T. Hudson
Lithographer : Endicott [?], New York
Performed by Mr. T. Phillips
Box 21, Folder 9

The fine ould Irish gintleman Boston :Geo. P. Reed,1845

Additional Note

Written by John Brougham
Performed by John Brougham
Box 21, Folder 9

Ho! Molly Grogan! New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1887

Additional Note

Music by Dave Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
From :Edward Harrigan's play 'McNooney's visit'
Box 21, Folder 10

Is that you, Mr. Riley? New York :Harding's Music Office,1883

Additional Note

Music by Pat Rooney
Printer Van Fleet, Printer, New York
From :Rooney's Great Comic Songs
Box 21, Folder 10

Tommy-Dodd : the great comic song Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1868.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1868

Additional Note

Written and composed by Ernee Clarke
Box 21, Folder 10

The bell goes a-ringing for Sa-i-rah! : song and chorus Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1868.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1868

Additional Note

Music by G. W. Hunt
Engraver Russell Richardson, Engravers
 

Series 10. Dancing

Box 22, Folder 1

The Cally polka New York :Firth, Hall & Pond,1846.New York :Firth & Hall ,1846

Additional Note

Arranged by Allen Dodsworth
Lithographer : Bufford & Co., Boston
Performed by Dodsworth's Band
Box 22, Folder 1

Dancing on the green : polka rondo Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1877.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1877

Additional Note

Music by G. D. Wilson
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Sons, Boston

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 22, Folder 1

Midnight schottisch New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1852

Additional Note

Composed by Francis H. Brown
Lithographer : Sarony & Co., New York
Box 22, Folder 1

Heather flowers, or, recollections of Scotland : a favorite set of quadrilles arranged for the pianoforte New York :Firth & Hall,1840

Additional Note

Arranged by Wilhelm Iucho
Lithographer : Endicott, New York
Box 22, Folder 1

The gipsey schottisch New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1852.Providence :Clapp & Cory ,1852

Additional Note

Composed by Francis H. Brown
Lithographer : Sarony, Major, & Knapp, New York

Note

Also published by Skinner & Sperry, New Haven and O. Ditson & Co., Boston.
Box 22, Folder 2

Invitation polka New York :William Hall & Son,1853.London :Cramer, Beale & Co. ,1853

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York

Note

Also published by A. Buttner, St. Petersburg ; Brandus & Co., Paris ; and Diabelli & Co., Vienna
Box 22, Folder 2

Feather waltz Chicago :Root & Cady,1868

Additional Note

Composed by C. T. Lockwood
Lithographer : Chicago Lithographing Co.
Box 22, Folder 2

La Tapada : polka caractéristique du Pérou Mayence :Les fils de B. Schott,n.d.Bruxelles :Schott Freres ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Henri Herz
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by Schott & Cie., London.
Box 22, Folder 2

Coquette polka, dedicated to the young bachelors society New York :William Hall & Son,[1847 -1852].New York :Jaques & Bro. ,[1847 -1852]

Additional Note

Composed by Charles d'Albert
Box 22, Folder 2

Paris qui rit (Laughing Paris) schottisch Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.Boston :C. C. Clapp & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by A. Wallerstein
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith.
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by S. T. Gordon, New York ; Beck & Lawton, Philadelphia ; and Truax & Baldwin, Cincinnati.
Box 22, Folder 3

The Boz waltzes New York :Firth & Hall,[1842]

Additional Note

Composed by Jos. Lanner
Lithographer : Fleetwood's Illuminated Lithography
Performed by Dodworth's Band

Note

Master Humphrey --Little Nell --Samival Veller, Esq. --Dick Swiveler --Nicholas Nickleby --Newman Noggs
Box 22, Folder 3

Jullien's chimes quadrilles Philadelphia :E. Ferrett & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Lithographer : P. S. Duval's Lithography, Philadelphia
Box 22, Folder 3

The true Lancers quadrilles, as danced at the state balls New York :William Hall & Son,n.d.Boston :Henry Tolman ,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by P. T. Wallenhou
Lithographer : H. Leeson
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by J. W. Herbert & Co., Montreal and D. P. Faulds, Louisville.
Box 22, Folder 3

I have come from a happy land : the celebrated dancing girls song arranged to an Hindostan air Boston :Parker & Ditson,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by R. A. Smith
Box 22, Folder 3

April shower mazurka Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1862

Additional Note

Composed by E. Mack
Box 22, Folder 4

Dandy Jim from Caroline, arranged as a dance New York :William Hall & Son,1844

Box 22, Folder 4

The butterfly cottilions, containing the Swiss boy, the dashing white sergeant, I'd be a butterfly, hurrah for the bonnets of blue, cherry ripe, and the Kinsington waltz, with their proper figures as danced at the cotillion parties & balls Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,n.d.New York :J. L. Hewitt & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 22, Folder 4

Titania Louisville :Peters, Webb & Co.,n.d.Cincinnati :Peters, Field & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by William Iucho
From :The fairy polka rondos, a collection of useful and agreeable pieces for the piano forte
Instrument :Piano Forte

Note

Also published by W. C. Peters, Baltimore.
Box 22, Folder 4

The wreath quadrilles New York :Atwill's Music Saloon,1837

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by John C. Poole
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 22, Folder 4

Pas des moissonneurs (The harvest fete) Boston :W. H. Oakes,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Maretzek
Lithographer : E. W. Bouve;, Boston
Performed by Danseuses viennoises
From :Repertoire des Danseuses Viennoises
Box 22, Folder 5

Pas de fleurs : The flower dance of Viennoise children New York :Atwill,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Maretzek
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 22, Folder 5

Pupil's polka Philadelphia :G. Andre;,[1857]

Additional Note

Music by A. Tatzel, Sr.
Lithographer : Schnabel, Finkeldey, & Demme, Lith., Philadelphia
Box 22, Folder 5

La mose pantalon New York :T. Birch,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by J. Meissonnier
From :Quadrilles l'elegante, selected and arranged for the piano forte from the most celebrated operas of Rossini and other eminent composers
Box 22, Folder 5

Sontag polka Boston :s.d.,[1844]

Additional Note

Arranged by Charles D'Albert
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston
Box 22, Folder 5

Herr Cline's dance with variations for the piano forte Philadelphia :R. H. Hobson,[1829]

Box 22, Folder 6

La Cracovienne New York :Atwill,[1845]

Additional Note

Lithographer : E. Brown, Jr., del. ; Endicott's Lith.
Box 22, Folder 6

The celebrated witches' dance New York :William Hall & Son,1852.New Orleans :H. D. Hewitt ,1852

Additional Note

Composed by Paganini
Transcribed by William Vincent Wallace
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by Colburn & Field, Cincinnati ; H. McCaffray, Baltimore ; and G. W. Brainard & Co., Louisville.
Box 22, Folder 6

Paris by gaslight waltzes (Paris au gaze) Boston and Chicago :White, Smith & Company,1882.Waco :C. T. Sisson ,1882

Additional Note

Music by Charles D. Blake
Box 22, Folder 6

Damsel schottisch New York :T. S. Berry,1853.Philadelphia :J. E. Gould ,1853

Additional Note

Composed by Vincenzo Amici

Note

Also published by Oliver Ditson, Boston and D. A. Truax, Cincinnati.
Box 22, Folder 6

Evening star schottisch New York :William Hall & Son,1852.London :R. Cocks & Co. ,1852

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York

Note

Also published by H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans ; Colburn & Field, Cincinnati ; Atwill & Co., San Francisco ; and G. W. Brainard & Co., Louisville.
 

Series 11. Drinking

Box 22, Folder 7

Funfmal Hundert Tausend Teufel (Five Hundred Thousand Devils) : a galop Saint Louis :Richard J. Compton,1866

Additional Note

Music by W. D. C. Botefuhr
Engraver N. L. Valtsin, Engraving
Box 22, Folder 7

'Champagne Charlie' Schottische : comic song [Philadelphia] :[Lee & Walker],1867

Additional Note

Music by A. Delaney
Box 22, Folder 7

Simon the cellarer : ballad New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,[1857 -1860]

Additional Note

Composed by J. L. Hatton
Lithographer : Sarony, Major, & Knapp, Liths., New York
Performed by Henri Drayton
From :Diamond cut diamond : a parlor opera
Box 22, Folder 7

Sing hey! for the bottle, that unsurpassed gem! : a favorite and popular song New York :Gendicott,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by W. Kirby
Words by Edward Lancaster, Esq.
 

Series 12. Famous Composers and Operas, 19th Century

Box 22, Folder 8

Jubel quadrille Boston :Blodgett & Bradford,[1858 -1863].Cleveland :S. Brainard & Co. ,[1858 -1863]

Additional Note

Composed by Johann Strauss
Arranged by Albert Poppenberg

Note

Also published by Firth, Pond & Co., New York and Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston.
Box 22, Folder 8

Le carnaval de Venise : varié pour le piano New York :William Hall & Son,n.d.Boston :George P. Reed & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Léopold de Meyer
Simplified by Ferd. Beyer
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by A. Fiot, Philadelphia.
Box 22, Folder 8

Overture of the celebrated opera 'Il Turro in Italia' Boston :C. Bradlee,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Rossini
Box 22, Folder 8

Mozart's favorite, composed and arranged for the piano forte Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.

Box 22, Folder 8

The overture to the opera of Tancredi Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.New York :Gould & Berry ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Rossini
Arranged by A. Diabelli

Note

Also published by H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans ; G. W. Brainard & Co., Louisville ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 23, Folder 1

The overture to the celebrated tragic opera of Norma, composed and arranged for the piano forte Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Vincenzo Bellini
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 23, Folder 1

Ave Maria Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1844 -1857].Philadelphia :J. E. Gould ,[1844 -1857]

Additional Note

Composed by Schubert
From :Gems from the German : a collection of the most admired songs of Schubert, Mendelssohn, Abt, and others

Note

Also published by T. T. Barker, Boston ; D. A. Truax, Cincinnati ; C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston ; and T. S. Berry, New York.
Box 23, Folder 1

Angels ever bright and fair, from Theodora Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1844 -1857].New Orleans :H. D. Hewitt ,[1844 -1857]

Additional Note

Composed by Handel
From :Songs and Duetts by Handel

Note

Also published by J. E. Gould, Philadelphia ; Curtis & Truax, Cincinnati ; C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston ; and Berry & Gordon, New York.
Box 23, Folder 1

La serenade Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Schubert
Words by W. W. S.
From :Gems from the German : a collection of the most admired songs of Schubert, Mendelssohn, Abt, and others
Box 23, Folder 1

I love thee, I adore thee : the serenade New York and London :Edward Schuberth & Co.,1897.Leipzig :C. Dieckmann ,1897

Additional Note

Music by Victor Herbert
Words by Harry B. Smith
Performed by The famous Bostonians
From :The serenade comic opera
Box 23, Folder 2

Lucrezia Borgia : scraps from Lucrezia the operas Cincinnati :A. C. Peters & Bro.,1864

Additional Note

Music by Johan Goote
Box 23, Folder 2

The celebrated anvil chorus from Verdi's opera 'Il Trovatore,' arranged for the piano forte Cleveland :S. Brainard's Sons,1855.San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde ,1855

Additional Note

Arranged by Adolph Baumbach
Box 23, Folder 2

Farewell (addio) Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1854.Philadelphia :J. E. Gould ,1854

Additional Note

Composed by Verdi
From :The Beauties of Rigoletto

Note

Also published by H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans ; D. A. Truax, Cincinnati ; C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston ; and S. T. Gordon, New York.
Box 23, Folder 2

Martha quadrilles for piano forte New York :William Hall & Son,n.d.Sacramento :Richard Dale ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Johann Strauss

Note

Also published by P. P. Werlein & Co., New Orleans and J. F. Atwill & Co., San Francisco.
Box 23, Folder 2

Rigoletto de Verdi : paraphrase de concert Cleveland :S. Brainard & Co.,[1859]

Additional Note

Composed by Franz Liszt
Box 23, Folder 3

Now with grief no longer bending : the admired air with variations, as sung in Cinderella Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1844 -1857].New York :J. E. Gould & Co. ,[1844 -1857]

Additional Note

Composed by Rossini
Written and Adapted by M. Rophino Lacy
Performed by Miss Paton

Note

Also published by C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 23, Folder 3

Scenes from the opera Il Trovatore, introducing Tenor aria, per me ora fatale, il balen, strida la vampa, and di tale amor New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1856

Additional Note

Composed by James Bellak
Lithographer : E. McCarthy
Box 23, Folder 3

Le prophète : quadrille sur l'opera de Giacomo Meyerbeer Philadelphia :A. Fiot,[1840 -1855].New York :W. Dubois ,[1840 -1855]

Additional Note

Composed by Johann Strauss
Box 23, Folder 3

Souvenirs de Schubert : fantasie pour piano sur La Sérénade Mayence :B. Schott,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Emile Prudent
Box 23, Folder 3

The beautiful Blue Danube (An der schonen baluen Donau) : Strauss' celebrated waltz, transcribed for the piano forte New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1872

Additional Note

Transcribed by S. B. Mills
Lithographer : Robert Teller, New York
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 23, Folder 4

Grand Candler waltz Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1844 -1857]

Additional Note

Composed by Ludwig V. Beethoven
Box 23, Folder 4

Wedding march from Midsummer night's dream New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,[1848 -1855].Detroit :A. Couse ,[1848 -1855]

Additional Note

Composed by Mendelssohn

Note

Also published by Boardman & Gray, Albany and P. P. Werlein, New Orleans.
Box 23, Folder 4

O tuneful voice (no. 6 Haydn's Canzonets) Boston :Parker & Ditson,[1838 -1842]

Additional Note

Composed by Haydn
Box 23, Folder 4

The celebrated anvil chorus from Verdi's opera 'Il Trovatore,' arranged for the piano forte Boston :G. P. Reed & Co.,1855

Additional Note

Arranged by Adolph Baumbach
Box 23, Folder 4

La prima donna valse Boston :Alexander Montgomery,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by Jullien
From :The Musical Repetory, no. 1
Box 23, Folder 5

Quadrilles from Il Trovatore New York :William Hall & Son,1856.Boston :George P. Reed & Co. ,1856

Additional Note

Composed by Verdi
Arranged by F. B. Helmsmuller
Lithographer : J. C. Pearson, New York

Note

Also published by D. P. Faulds, Louisville ane W. C. Peters, Cincinnati.
Box 23, Folder 5

Didst thou but love me Cincinnati :Schatzman & Brulon,1847

Additional Note

Music by E. Keller
Words translated by L. J. Gist
Lithographer : T. Williams
Performed by W. Runge

Note

Arranged by W. Runge. Signed by Wm. Runge.
Box 23, Folder 5

Sweet is the hour that brings us home : song Cincinnati :Mason Colburn & Co.,1848

Additional Note

Composed by William Runge
Box 23, Folder 5

Good temper : a duett Cincinnati :Mason Colburn & Co.,1848

Additional Note

Words and Music by William Runge
Box 23, Folder 5

In vain beloved Cincinnati :Schatzman & Brulon,1847

Additional Note

Music by K. Keller
Words translated by L. J. Gist
Performed by William Runge
Box 23, Folder 6

My mountain flower : song Cincinnati :Mason Colburn & Co.,1848

Additional Note

Composed by William Runge
Box 23, Folder 6

No. 4 Covington female seminary waltzes Cincinnati :Mason Colburn & Co.,1848

Additional Note

Composed by William Runge
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 23, Folder 6

No. 3 Covington female seminary waltzes Cincinnati :Mason Colburn & Co.,1848

Additional Note

Composed by William Runge
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 23, Folder 6

Every country has its charms : a favorite waltz Cincinnati :Mason Colburn & Co.,1848

Additional Note

Composed by Straus
Arranged by William Runge
Performed by Steyermarkische
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 23, Folder 6

Reminiscences de Lucrezia Borgia : grande fantasie pour piano Vienna :Chez Pietro Mechetti Qm. Carlo,n.d.Paris :Chez Bernard Latte ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Franz Liszt
Lithographer : A. Grubo, Vienna
Box 23, Folder 7

Air du Stabat mater de Rossini (Cujus animam) Brooklyn :Carl Prox,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Franz Liszt
From :Musical Library by Eminent Composers
Box 23, Folder 7

Reminiscences de Lucrezia Borgia : grande fantasie pour piano Vienna :Chez Pietro Mechetti Qm. Carlo,n.d.Paris :Chez Bernard Latte ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Franz Liszt
Lithographer : A. Grubo, Vienna
Box 23, Folder 7

Marche funèbre (Marcia funebre sulla morte d'un Eroe) Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.Philadelphia :J. E. Gould ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by L. V. Beethoven
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by T. T. Barker, Boston ; D. A. Truax, Cincinnati ; C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston ; and T. S. Berry, New York.
 

Series 13. Famous People, 19th Century

Box 24, Folder 1

Pat Malloy New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1865

Additional Note

Arranged by John P. Cooke, Esq.
Words by Dion Bourcicault, Esq.
Lithographer : Major & Knapp, Eng., Mfg., & Lith. Co., New York
Performed by Dan Bryant
Box 24, Folder 1

Abd-el-Kader quick step Philadelphia :A. Fiot,1844

Additional Note

Arranged by J. C. Viereck
Lithographer : A. Newsam ; Lehman & Duval Lith.
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 24, Folder 1

Gently sighs the breeze : the popular duett Louisville :Tripp & Cragg,[1850].Cincinnati :Peters & Field ,[1850]

Additional Note

Music by Stephen Glover

Note

Also published by W. C. Peters, Baltimore.
Box 24, Folder 1

Jenny Lind's greeting to America New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1850.New York :S. C. Jollie ,1850

Additional Note

Composed by Julius Benedict
Written by Bayard Taylor, Esq.
Lithographer : N. Sarony, New York
Box 24, Folder 1

Sally come up Boston :Russell & Patee,1862

Additional Note

Arranged by Frederick Buckley
Lithographer : L. Prang & Co., Boston
Performed by Dave Reed and Buckley's Serenaders
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 24, Folder 2

Horace Greeley's funeral march Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1862.Philadelphia :W. H. Boner & Co. ,1862

Additional Note

Music by Pierre Latour

Note

Also published by Oliver Ditson, Boston.
Box 24, Folder 2

Annie Laurie New York :William Hall & Son,n.d.

Box 24, Folder 2

Within a mile of Edinburg town : Scotch ballad Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.Boston :C. C. Clapp & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Lithographer : Crap & McCarthy
Performed by Madame Sontag and Catherine Hayes
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by T. S. Berry, New York and D. A. Truax, Cincinnati.
Box 24, Folder 2

The grand North eastern boundary march, respectfully inscribed to His excellency Governor Fairfield, Governor of the State of Maine New York :Firth & Hall,1839

Additional Note

Composed by Charles M. King
Box 24, Folder 2

Gov. Cleveland's grand march, to His Excellency Grover Cleveland New York :C. H. Ditson & Co.,1882.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1882

Additional Note

Composed by Charles M. King

Note

Also published by Ludden & Bates, Savannah ; Otto Sutro, Baltimore ; Geo. D. Newhall & co., Cincinnati ; J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia ; Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; and J. L. Peters, St. Louis.
Box 24, Folder 3

Fremont's grand republican march, arranged from two popular airs Boston :Nathan Richardson,1856

Additional Note

Arranged by Nathan Richardson
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston
Box 24, Folder 3

Happy Bayadere (Je suis la Bayadère): the admired French chansonnette, with French and English words Philadelphia :J. E. Gould,1849.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1849

Additional Note

Composed by N. C. Boscha
Lithographer : McClees & Germon, Philadelphia
Performed by Madame Anna Bishop

Note

Also published by T. S. Berry, New York.
Box 24, Folder 3

Home sweet home Cincinnati :W. C. Peters & Sons,1871.Louisville :Peters, Webb & Co. ,1871

Additional Note

Performed by Mrs Wood at the concert of the Musical Fund Society in Philadelphia
From :Selections of Scotch Songs as sung by Jenny Lind

Note

Also published by Holbrook & Long, Clevela