Guide to the Alvah Sulloway Theater and Dance Music Collection [WWI/WWII Sheet Music], 1772-1978

Collection number: MC 127
Size: 7 boxes (6 cu.ft.)

About Alvah W. Sulloway (1915-2006)

Alvah Sulloway was born in Concord, NH on Nov. 25, 1915. He received his secondary education at the prestigious St. Paul’s School, graduating in 1934. He then went on to complete both his undergraduate and law degrees at Harvard College, graduating in 1938 and 1941 respectively. Alvah practiced law until 1960, when he changed careers and became an English teacher at Moses Brown School in Providence, RI. He taught there for ten years, resigning because of a difference in educational philosophy with the new headmaster.

In 1939, Alvah married Alison Green, who was a musician. She and Alvah collaborated on a musical titled Winner Take All. He wrote the book and lyrics, she composed the music. It was performed several times between 1944 and 1955 in various New England community and summer theater venues. Their marriage ended in 1952.

In 1954, Alvah married Susan Stewart (1924-2003), a dancer. After his retirement from teaching, they moved to Kittery Point, ME, where Alvah organized the York Golf and Tennis Club and was active in community affairs. He initiated and won a taxpayer suit against the town of Kittery in protest of the town council’s violation of right-to-know laws.

A year after Sue’s death, he married his third wife, Sally Kruger Goff. He died in 2006.

About the Alvah Sulloway Collection:

The Alvah Sulloway Collection consists of thousands of pieces of sheet music, advertisements, subject files, and more. Some materials from Sue Stewart Sulloway are also included. The collection has been broken into 13 different segments to make materials easier to find:

  • 1. World War I - World War II Sheet Music Collection (ca. 1910 - ca. 1945): This segment covers popular music from Broadway and beyond, composed during WW I (Boxes 1-7), WW II (Boxes 8-9), and the interwar years (also Boxes 8-9).
  • 2. Dance Sheet Music: This segment covers music intended to be used for dances, and includes rags, bamboulas, waltzes, foxtrots, glides, tangos, trots, cakewalks, castle walks, and so forth.
  • 3. Popular Music, Titles Beginning A-D: This segment covers popular music works whose titles begin with the letters A through D.
  • 4. Popular Music, Titles Beginning E-H: This segment covers popular music works whose titles begin with the letters E through H.
  • 5. Popular Music, Titles Beginning I-K: This segment covers popular music works whose titles begin with the letters I through K.
  • 6. Popular Music, Titles Beginning L-M: This segment covers popular music works whose titles begin with the letters L through M.
  • 7. Popular Music, Titles Beginning N-S: This segment covers popular music works whose titles begin with the letters N through S.
  • 8. Popular Music, Titles Beginning T-Z: This segment covers popular music works whose titles begin with the letters T through Z.
  • 9. Showtunes, Titles Beginning A-M: This particular segment lists popular showtunes (Broadway, Follies, Tin Pan Ally, etc.) whose titles begin with the letters A-M.
  • 10. Showtunes, Titles Beginning N-Z: This particular segment lists popular showtunes (Broadway, Follies, Tin Pan Ally, etc.) whose titles begin with the letters N-Z. It also contains a section of compositions by Irving Berlin.
  • 11. Sue Sulloway Materials: Born on August 14, 1924, Sue was the daughter of Donald S. Stewart and Priscilla Heffinger Stewart. She attended Miss Baird's School in Morristown, NJ and Wells College in Aurora, NY. Sue was trained as a professional dancer by Agnes deMille and danced in three Broadway musicals, "Bridgadoon", "Where's Charlie", and "Bloomer Girl". She traveled from coast to coast in the United States and Canada with the road company of "Bloomer Girl". After her marriage to Alvah Sulloway in 1954, she continued to dance with Scottish Country Dance groups in Boston, MA and Dunedin, FL. She died on July 16, 2003.
  • 12. Theater and Dance Programs: This section consists of theater programs from plays, musicals, and the like, as well as souvenir books from similar events.
  • 13. Alvah Sulloway Subject Files and Photographs/ Movie Stills: This series consists of four boxes of subject files (including advertisements dated 1937-1958) on various Hollywood and Broadway productions, arranged alphabetically by title, and one box of photographs and movie stills of productions. Artist and production names are given within each folder.

See also: Sulloway, Alison G. and Alvah Woodbury Sulloway. "Winner Take All: A New Musical Play". Unknown publisher, 1948.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

Copyright Notice

Contents of this collection are governed by U.S. copyright law. For questions about publication or reproduction rights, contact Special Collections staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], [Folder Number], [Box Number], Alvah Sulloway Theater and Dance Music Collection, 1772-1978, MC 127, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Donation: Alvah Sulloway, Kittery, ME, 1993-2001 (Accession numbers: 93.026, 2001.37)

See also the 12 other segments of this collection linked above.

Separated Material

Ca. 1000 vinyl records from Sulloway's collection were sold by the collector prior to the textual/visual materials being acquired by UNH.

Collection Arrangement

Arrangement is alphabetical within each type of material.

Collection Contents

Series 1: World War I Sheet Music

(7 Boxes)
Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1After the War Is Over (Will There Be Any Home Sweet Home?)
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Joseph Woodruff/Harry Andrieu (?)
  • Lyricist: E.J. Pourmon
  • Performer: Joseph Woodruff
  • Illustrator: Pfeiffer Illustrating Co.
  • Publisher: M.Witmark & Sons
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 2 All Aboard For Home Sweet Home
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Al Piantadosi & Jack Glogau
  • Lyricist: Addison Burkhart
  • Performer: Mel Klee; The Courtney Sisters
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Al Piantadosi & Co.
  • 2 copies (different covers)
Box 1, Folder 3 Allegiance (Patriotic Song)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Julia Smith
  • Lyricist: Julia Smith
  • Performer: Julia Smith
  • Illustrator: E.S. Fisher
  • Publisher: D.W. Cooper, Boston Mass.
Box 1, Folder 4 Aloha Soldier Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Walter Smith
  • Lyricist: Sidney Carter
  • Performer: Sidney Carter
  • Illustrator: W.R. Cameron
  • Publisher: Daniels & Wilson
  • 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 5 America First
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Eddie Gray
  • Lyricist: J. Will Callahan
  • Performer: J. Will Callahan
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Box 1, Folder 6 America Here's My Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Arthur Lange
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Performer: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Illustrator: André De Takacs
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 7 America, He's For You
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Performer: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co.
Box 1, Folder 8 America I Love You
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Edgar Leslie
  • Performer(s): Murray Bennet; Elsie White; Fannie Watson;
  • Eshell Roberts; Sophie Tucker
  • Illustrator: Al Barbelle
  • Publisher: Kalmar & Puck Music Co.
  • 9 copies (7 different covers)
Box 1, Folder 9 America Leads the World
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: W.H. Brown
  • Lyricist: W.H. Brown
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: None
  • Publisher: Weber Music Co., Boston, Mass.
Box 1, Folder 10 America, My Country
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: George Thornton Edwards
  • Lyricist: George Thornton Edwards
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Underwood Music Company/B. Feldman & Company, England
Box 1, Folder 11 America, My Country
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: E.F. Maetzold
  • Lyricist: Jens K. Grondahl
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Red Wing Printing Company
Box 1, Folder 12 America Prepare
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Ribe Danmark
  • Lyricist: Elizabeth Herbert Childs
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: LPN
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 1, Folder 13 American Beauty
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: M.K. Jerome
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan & Edgar Leslie
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Box 1, Folder 14 The Americans Come!
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Fay Foster
  • Lyricist: Elizabeth A. Wilbur
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Currier; Elder
  • Publisher: J. Fischer & Bro.
  • 3 copies (2 different covers)
Box 1, Folder 15 And He'd Say "OO-La-La-Wee-Wee"
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Harry Ruby and Geo. Jessell
  • Lyricist: Harry Ruby and Geo. Jessell
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Weatherly; Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 3 copies (2 different covers)
Box 1, Folder 16 The Angel God Sent From Heaven
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Sgt. Frank L. Ventre
  • Lyricist: Paul A. Smith and Robert Levenson
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Dobinson Engr. Co.
  • Publisher: Jack Mendelsohn Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 17 Angels of the Cross of Red
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: John D. McDonald
  • Lyricist: John D. McDonald
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: John D. McDonald
Box 1, Folder 18 Another Good Man Gone Wrong
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Nat Osborne
  • Lyricist: Ballard McDonald
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 1, Folder 19 Answer Mr. Wilson's Call
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Billy Gould
  • Lyricist: Billy Gould
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Al Barbelle
  • Publisher: A.J. Stasny Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 20 Apres La Guerre (After the War!)
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: B.C. Hilliam
  • Lyricist: B.C. Hilliam
  • Performer: Elsie Janis and Her "Gang"
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 1, Folder 21 Are You Half the Man Your Mother Thought You'd Be?
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Harry De Costa
  • Lyricist: Leo Wood
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist, Inc.
Box 1, Folder 22 Are You The O'Reilly?
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Pat Rooney, arr. Calvin Grooms
  • Lyricist: P. Emmett (adapted from the original song by Pat Rooney)
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist, Inc.
  • 3 copies (1 with cover missing)
Box 1, Folder 23 At The Dixie Military Ball
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Carroll
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Berstein & Co.
Box 1, Folder 24 A'Top of the World Our Flag
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: John D. McDonald
  • Lyricist: John D. McDonald
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: John D. McDonald
Box 1, Folder 25Au Revoir, But Not Good-Bye (Soldier Boy)
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Lew Brown
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 26Back in the Old Town Tonight
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Arthur Lange
  • Lyricist: Jeff Branen
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 27Battle Cry of Freedom
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: G. F. Root
  • Lyricist: G. F. Root
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Century Music Pub. Co.
Box 1, Folder 28Battle in the Sky
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: J. Luxton
  • Lyricist: J. Luxton
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Church, Paxson and Co.
Box 1, Folder 29The Battle Song of Liberty
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: F.E. Bigelow
  • Lyricist: Jack Yellen
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Walter Jacobs
Box 1, Folder 30The Beast of Berlin (We're Going To Get Him)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: John Clayton Calhoun
  • Lyricist: John Clayton Calhoun
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 1, Folder 31Belgian Rose
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Ed. Nelson
  • Lyricist: Will J. Hart
  • Performer: Madeleine Harrison
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 1, Folder 32Belgian Rose
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geo. Benoit, Robt. Levenson, & Ted Garton
  • Lyricist: Geo. Benoit, Robt. Levenson, & Ted Garton
  • Performer: Louise Glaum
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Garton Brothers Music Publishers
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 33Belgium Dry Your Tears
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Al. Piantadosi
  • Lyricist: Arthur Freed
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Sachs
  • Publisher: Al. Piantadosi & Co.
Box 1, Folder 34Bing!, Bang!, Bing 'Em on the Rhine
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Jack Mahoney and Allan Flynn
  • Lyricist: Jack Mahoney and Allan Flynn
  • Performer: Blanche Ring
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 35The Birth of a Nation
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Joseph M. Daly
  • Lyricist: Thos. S. Allen
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Daly Music Publishers
Box 1, Folder 36The Boys from Yankee Land
  • Publication Date: 1917
  • Composer: Harry R. Franks
  • Lyricist: Harry R. Franks
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Will. Carroll Co.
Box 1, Folder 37The Bravest Heart of All
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Richard A. Whiting
  • Lyricist: Raymond Egan
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 38Break the News to Mother
  • Copyright Date: 1897; reissued ca.1917
  • Composer: Chas. K. Harris
  • Lyricist: Chas. K. Harris
  • Performer: Raymon Moore; Bennett and Rich
  • Illustrator: Starmer and unknown
  • Publisher: Chas. K. Harris
  • 4 copies (2 different covers)
Box 1, Folder 39Bring Back a Belgian Baby to Me
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Ben Black
  • Lyricist: Ben Black
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: W.R. De Lappe
  • Publisher: Sherman, Clay & Co.
Box 1, Folder 40Bring Back My Daddy to Me
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: George W. Meyer
  • Lyricist: William Tracey & Howard Johnson
  • Performer: Madge Evans
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, Inc.
  • 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 41Bring Back the Kaiser to Me
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Adele Rowland and Eddie Moran
  • Performer: Adele Rowland
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co.
Box 1, Folder 42Bring Back the Kiss That I Gave
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Walter J. Pond
  • Lyricist: W.T. Whitehead
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Hamilton S. Gordon
Box 1, Folder 43Bring Back My Soldier Boy To Me
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Frank Magine
  • Lyricist: Walter Hirsch
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Natwick
  • Publisher: Al. Piantadosi & Co.
Box 1, Folder 44Buy a Bond, Buy a Bond For Liberty
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Erle Threlkeld
  • Lyricist: Erle Threlkeld
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Seidel Music Pub., Co.
Box 1, Folder 45Buy a Red Cross Rosie
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Harry Tierney
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 1, Folder 46The Call of the U.S.A.
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: John J. Donahue
  • Lyricist: John J. Donahue
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: John J. Donahue
Box 1, Folder 47The Call to Arms
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Maud Richey Bonnell
  • Lyricist: Maud Richey Bonnell
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: None
  • Publisher: Maud Richey Bonnell
Box 1, Folder 48Camouflage
  • Publication Date: 1917
  • Composer: L. Wolfe Gilbert & Anatol Friedland
  • Lyricist: L. Wolfe Gilbert & Anatol Friedland
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 49The Canteen Canter
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Case White
  • Lyricist: None
  • Performer: Oscar Duryea
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 1, Folder 50Captain Willie Brown
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Benj. Hapgood Burt
  • Lyricist: Benj. Hapgood Burt
  • Performer: Cheridah Simpson
  • Illustrator: Gene Buck
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 1, Folder 51Cheer Up Father, Cheer Up Mother
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Herman Paley
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: Louise Dresser
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 52Cheer Up, Mother
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Mary Earl
  • Lyricist: Mary Earl
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 1, Folder 53Cheer Up Tommy Atkins
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Edw. G. Nelson
  • Lyricist: Will J. Hart
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: F.B. Haviland
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 54Clap Your Hands My Baby (For Your Daddy's Coming Home)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Edw. G. Nelson
  • Lyricist: Frankie Williams
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: F. B. Haviland
Box 1, Folder 55Come On Papa
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby
  • Lyricist: Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby
  • Performer: Wellington Cross; Eddie Cantor
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 4 copies (2 different covers)
Box 1, Folder 56(Here Is Your) Daddy's Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Leonard Brown
  • Lyricist: Leonard Brown
  • Performer: Ed "Tip" Handley
  • Illustrator: Barlow
  • Publisher: Leonard Brown Music Publisher
Box 1, Folder 57Dear Mother Land
  • Copyright Date: 1908
  • Composer: Manuel Klein
  • Lyricist: Manuel Klein
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
  • Featured in Shubert & Anderson's Production The Battle in the Skies
Box 1, Folder 58Dear Old Pal of Mine
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Gitz Rice
  • Lyricist: Harold Robe
  • Performer: John McCormack
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: G. Ricordi & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 59The Dixie Volunteers
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby
  • Lyricist: Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby
  • Performer: Eddie Cantor
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 60Don't Bite the Hand That's Feeding You
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Jimmie Morgan
  • Lyricist: Thomas Hoier
  • Performer: Ed. Morton
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 61Don't Cry Frenchy, Don't Cry
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Walter Donaldson
  • Lyricist: Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin, Snyder Co.
  • 4 copies (2 different covers)
Box 1, Folder 62Don't Forget the Salvation Army (My Doughnut Girl)
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Robert Brown & William Frisch
  • Lyricist: Elmore Leffingwell & James Lucas
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 63Don't Let Us Sing Anymore About War, Just Let Us Sing of Love
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Lauder
  • Lyricist: Harry Lauder
  • Performer: Harry Lauder
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms & Francis Day & Hunter, New York
Box 1, Folder 64Don't Take My Darling Boy Away!
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Will Dillon
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 65Don't Trifle With a Soldier's Heart (Unless You're Going to Love Him True)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Frederick V. Bowers
  • Lyricist: Arthur J. Lamb
  • Performer: Frederick V. Bowers
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Frederick V. Bowers Inc.
Box 1, Folder 66Don't Try to Steal the Sweetheart of a Soldier
  • Publication Date: 1917
  • Composer: Van and Schenck
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: Anna Chandler; Tom Kelly
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 5 copies (3 different covers)
Box 1, Folder 67Doughboy Jack and Doughnut Jill
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Lieut. Gitz Rice
  • Lyricist: Marcus C. Connelly
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Henry Burr Music Corporation
Box 1, Folder 68Down the Lane and Home Again
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: M.K. Jerome
  • Lyricist: Edgar Leslie and Bert Kalmar
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder Co.
Box 1, Folder 69The Dream of a Soldier Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: James V. Monaco
  • Lyricist: Alfred Dubin
  • Performer: Edward Earle
  • Illustrator: Ballad
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 70Dreaming of Home Sweet Home
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: James F. Hanley
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 71Dress Up Your Dollars in Khaki (And Help Win Democracy's Fight)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Richard A. Whiting
  • Lyricist: Lister R. Alwood
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Wayne Plates
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1Each Stitch Is a Thought of You Dear
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Billy Baskette
  • Lyricist: Al. Sweet
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Henry Hutt
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 2The End of a Perfect Day
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Carrie Jacobs Bond
  • Lyricist: J.P. McEvoy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Carrie Jacobs-Bond, Chicago, Ill.
Box 2, Folder 3Everybody's Happy Now
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Kendis, Brockman & Vincent
  • Lyricist: Kendis, Brockman & Vincent
  • Performer: Billy Clason
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Kendis-Brockman Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 4Every Boys a Hero in this War Now
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Chauncey Haines
  • Lyricist: Myles McCarthy
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Ed. J. Small
Box 2, Folder 5Everything is Peaches Down in Georgia
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Milton Ager and Geo. W. Meyer
  • Lyricist: Grant Clarke
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 6Farewell Daisy Bell
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: Wm. H. Fry
  • Lyricist: F.J. Mabon
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: The Sterling Piano Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 7Father of the Land We Love
  • Copyright Date: 1931
  • Composer: George M. Cohan
  • Lyricist: George M. Cohan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Hiohtgohiery Plagg
  • Publisher: Marks New York Music
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 8The Fatherland, The Motherland, The Land of My Best Girl
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Harry Carroll
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 2, Folder 9Flag of My Country
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: John P. Hall
  • Lyricist: John P. Hall
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.S.F.
  • Publisher: John P. Hall
Box 2, Folder 10Fleur De Lys, Flower of France Bloom Again
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Robert Levenson
  • Lyricist: Robert Levenson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: V.C. Plunkett
  • Publisher: D.W. Cooper
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 11Follow Me To Germany (And Victory)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Edward G. Nelson
  • Lyricist: William J. Hart
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 2, Folder 12For "God", America & You
  • Publication Date: 1917
  • Composer: Louis J. Fay and Bennie McLaughlin
  • Lyricist: Louis J. Fay and Bennie McLaughlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: C. Jewett, Boston
  • Publisher: Louis J. Fay
Box 2, Folder 13For the Sake of Humanity
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Sigmund Romberg & Herman Timberg
  • Lyricist: Harold Atteridge
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: R. Van Buren
  • Publisher: G. Schirmer
Box 2, Folder 14For You and Me
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Mary E. Whitney
  • Lyricist: Mary E. Whitney
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: C.W. Thompson & Co., Boston
Box 2, Folder 15For You and the Grand Old Flag
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: T. Jay Flanagan
  • Lyricist: Chas. Coleman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Jenkins
  • Publisher: Songland Pub. Co.
Box 2, Folder 16For Your Boy and My Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Lyricist: Gus Kahn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 2, Folder 17For Your Country and My Country
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Box 2, Folder 18Forsaken
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: Koschat
  • Lyricist: Koschat
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: De Luxe Music Co.
Box 2, Folder 19France, We Have Not Forgotten You
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Milton Age
  • Lyricist: Grant Clarke and Howard E. Rogers
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
Box 2, Folder 20Freedom For All Forever
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: B.C. Hilliam
  • Lyricist: B.C. Hilliam
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
  • 2 copies (c. 2 not complete)
Box 2, Folder 21The French Trot Song
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: F. Henri Klickmann
  • Lyricist: Lieut. Jack Frost
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Box 2, Folder 22Frenchy Come to Yankee Land
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Sam Ehrlich and Con Conrad
  • Lyricist: Sam Ehrlich and Con Conrad
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 23From the North, South, East and West
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Lauder
  • Lyricist: Harry Lauder
  • Performer: Harry Lauder
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms and Francis, Day & Hunter
Box 2, Folder 24General Pershing Song
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Carl D. Vandersloot
  • Lyricist: J.R. Shannon
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Vandersloot Music Publishing Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 2, Folder 25Giddy Giddap
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Jack Frost
  • Lyricist: Jack Frost
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 2, Folder 26The Girl From My Own Land
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Lawrence Lewis
  • Lyricist: Lawrence Lewis
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Dixon-Lane Pub. Co.
Box 2, Folder 27The Girl You Leave Behind
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: W.C. Powell
  • Lyricist: Jas. O'Dea
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: G.W. Setchell Music Pub., Boston
Box 2, Folder 28Give the Job to the Gob and the Doughboy
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Max Friedman
  • Lyricist: Lew Porter and Alex Sullivan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Natwick
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 2, Folder 29Give a Little Credit to the Navy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Albert Gumble
  • Lyricist: Bud DeSylva and Gus Kahn
  • Performer: Del. Chain and Sidney Phillips
  • Illustrator:Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 30Give My Regards to Broadway
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Lyricist: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Performer: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Richmond Publisher
Box 2, Folder 31God Be With My Wandering Boy-To-Night
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Lew Porter & Jim Quigley
  • Lyricist: Eddie Dorr & Bob Schafer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Crown Music Co.
Box 2, Folder 32God Be With Our Boys To-Night
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Wilfrid Sanderson
  • Lyricist: Fred G. Bowles
  • Performer: Mr. John McCormack
  • Illustrator:none
  • Publisher: Boosey & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 33God Bring You Safely to Our Arms Again
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Vincent Shaw
  • Lyricist: Kate Gibson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 34Go Lad and May God Bless You
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Henry I. Marshall
  • Lyricist: Haven Gillespie
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 2, Folder 35Good Bye Alexander, Good Bye Honey Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Creamer & Layton
  • Lyricist: Creamer & Layton
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
  • 3 copies
Box 2, Folder 36Good Bye Bill
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: W.B. Kernell
  • Lyricist: Richard Fechheimer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
Box 2, Folder 37Good Bye Boys
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterling & Wm. Jerome
  • Performer: Al Johnson
  • Illustrator: Gene Buck
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
Box 2, Folder 38Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Billy Baskette
  • Lyricist: C. Francis Feisner & Benny Davis
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 3 copies
Box 2, Folder 39Good-Bye Comrades
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Luther T. Page
  • Lyricist: Luther T. Page
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Page & Fuller
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 40Good-Bye France (You'll Never Be Forgotten By The USA)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Sergeant Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Sergeant Irving Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 5 copies
Box 2, Folder 41Good-Bye, Little Girl, Good-Bye
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Gus Edwards
  • Lyricist: Will D. Cobb
  • Performer: James R. Purvis (c.3); Emma Carus (c. 4)
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
  • 4 copies
Box 2, Folder 42Good-Bye Mother, So Long Dad, Hello Uncle Sam
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: C.A. Grimm
  • Lyricist: W.E. Browning
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Lyceum Music Pub.
Box 2, Folder 43Good-Bye My Soldier Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Calla Gowdy Gregg
  • Lyricist: Calla Gowdy Gregg
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Gregg Pub. Co.
Box 2, Folder 44Good-Bye, Nellie Gray
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Joe Cooper
  • Lyricist: Dave Oppenheim
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 2, Folder 45Good-Bye, Sally, Good Luck To You
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Sergeant Sam Habelow
  • Lyricist: Sergeant Sam Habelow
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Geo. Jeffrey and Sergeant Sam Habelow
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 46Good Bye Soldier Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: F.H. Gray
  • Lyricist: James V. Dignowity
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: LF (?)
  • Publisher: George H. Krey
Box 2, Folder 47Good Bye Sweet Marie
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: Kerry Mills
  • Lyricist: Will D. Cobb
  • Performer: Nellie Flordede, Chas. H. Prince
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: F. A. Mills
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 48Good Morning Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Robert Lloyd
  • Lyricist: Robert Lloyd
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Henry Hutt
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist
  • 4 copies
Box 2, Folder 49Go Over the Top With Reilly
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Al. W. Brown
  • Lyricist: Thomas P. Hoier & Jos. M. Leahan
  • Performer: Patrcola
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris
Box 2, Folder 50Go Right Along Mr. Wilson (and We'll All Stand By You)
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: A. Seymour Brown
  • Lyricist: A. Seymour Brown
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 2, Folder 51The Greatest Battle Song of All
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Harry Ruby
  • Lyricist: Al Friend & Sam. Downing
  • Performer: Al Friend & Sam. Downing
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Kalmar, Puck & Abrahams Consolidated
Box 2, Folder 52Hats Off! The Flag
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Charles S. Burnham
  • Lyricist: Henry Holcomb Bennett
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Sam Fox Pub. Co.
Box 2, Folder 53Hats Off to the Red, White and Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Ralph F. Beegan
  • Lyricist: Chester R. Hovey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 2, Folder 54The Heaven Born Banner
  • Copyright Date: 1906
  • Composer: Gertrude Hoffman
  • Lyricist: Vincent Bryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: H.B. Eddy
  • Publisher: The Vincent Bryan Music Co.
Box 2, Folder 55He Died on the Fighting Line
  • Copyright Date: 1901
  • Composer: Pauline B. Story
  • Lyricist: Rob't H. Brennen
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Willis Woodward & Co.
Box 2, Folder 56Hello America Hello
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Geo. Fairman
  • Lyricist: Geo. Fairman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: McCarthy-Fisher
Box 2, Folder 57Hello Central! Give Me No Man's Land
  • Publication Date:
  • Composer: Jean Schwartz
  • Lyricist: Sam. M. Lewis & Joe Young
  • Performer: Al. Jolson, Mignon, William Schoen
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 4 copies
Box 2, Folder 58Hello! Hello! Who's Your Lady Friend?
  • includes: (When You're Away; We'll Have a Jubilee in My Old Kentucky Home; Sprinkle Me With Kisses If You Want My Love to Grow)
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Harry Fragson
  • Lyricist: Worton David & Bert Lee
  • Performer: Soldiers of the King
  • Illustrator: Sidney Kent
  • Publisher: B. Feldman & Co.
Box 2, Folder 59Her Boy In Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1904
  • Composer: Chas W. Doty
  • Lyricist: Chas W. Doty
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Theatrical Music Supply Co.
Box 2, Folder 60He's Doing His Bit
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Bert. Hanlon
  • Performer: Florence Tempest
  • Illustrator: EH Pfieffer
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
Box 2, Folder 61He's Got Those Big Blue Eyes Like You, Daddy Mine
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Composer: Lew Wilson & Alfred Dubin
  • Lyricist: Lew Wilson & Alfred Dubin
  • Performer: Mae Marsh
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 2, Folder 62He's Had No Lovin For a Long Time
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Maceo Pinkard
  • Lyricist: Wm. Tracey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 63He's Well Worth Waiting For
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Garfield Kilgour
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 64Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo?
  • Copyright Date: 1921
  • Composer: Irwin Dash
  • Lyricist: Al Dubin & Joe Mittenthal
  • Performer: Jack Ryan
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jack Mills, New York
Box 2, Folder 65His Buttons Are Marked "U.S."
  • Copyright Date: 1902
  • Composer: Carrie Jacobs-Bond
  • Lyricist: Mary Norton Bradford
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Carrie Jacobs-Bond
Box 2, Folder 66His Majesty, the American
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Lew Brown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
Box 2, Folder 67Hoe Your "Little Bit" in Your Own Back-Yard
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: J.E. Andino
  • Lyricist: Dee Dooling Cahill
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Dee Dooling Cahill
Box 2, Folder 68Home Again, Boys, Home Again, Back Across the Sea
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Harry Leslie Brown
  • Lyricist: Harry Leslie Brown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Harry Leslie Brown
Box 2, Folder 69Home Coming Week in France
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Seneca G. Lewis
  • Lyricist: Seneca G. Lewis
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 2, Folder 70Homeland, (I Can Hear You Calling Me)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Jos. A. Burke
  • Lyricist: J.E. Dempsey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: A.J. Stasny Music
Box 2, Folder 71Homeward Bound
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Geo. Meyer
  • Lyricist: Howard Johnson & Coleman Goetz
  • Performer: Dorothy Jardon, Emma Carus, Ruth Roland, Willie Weston, Miss Pielert, Harry Cooper, Lewis & Dody, Frank Mullane, Artie Mellinger, Neil McKinley
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 14 copies (2 envelopes)
Box 2, Folder 72Honey Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Jack Norworth
  • Performer: Theise's Harmonists, Harry Fox, Jack Norworth, Ethel Green, Josephine Ainsley
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: New York Music Co.
  • 6 copies
Box 2, Folder 73How We Love You Dear Old Glory
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Glenn C. Leap
  • Lyricist: Glenn C. Leap
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: A.B.
  • Publisher: Glenn C. Leap
Box 2, Folder 74How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm (After They've Seen Paree?)
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Walter Donaldson
  • Lyricist: Joe Young & Sam M. Lewis
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 75Hunting the Hun
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Howard E. Rodgers
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Kalmar, Puck & Abrahams Consolidated Inc.
Box 2, Folder 76The Hut of the K. of C.
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Frank Goodman, Arthur & Lawrence Franklin
  • Lyricist: Frank Goodman, Arthur & Lawrence Franklin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Al Piantadosi & Co.
Box 2, Folder 77Hurrah! For the Liberty Boys, Hurrah!
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: E.T. Paul
  • Lyricist: E.T. Paul
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: E.T. Paul Music Co., New York
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1I Ain't Got Weary Yet
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Percy Wenrich
  • Lyricist: Howard Johnson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 2I Belong To Uncle Sammy and I Come from the U.S.A.
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Alan Green
  • Lyricist: Alan Green
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: McDougall Music Co.
Box 3, Folder 3I Can Always Find a Little Sunshine in the Y.M.C.A.
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Sergeant Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Sergeant Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Private Wm. Smith
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin
Box 3, Folder 4I Cannot Bear To Say Goodbye
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Anita Owen
  • Lyricist: Anita Owen
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Music Pub.
Box 3, Folder 5I Can't Stay Here While You're Over There
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Jack Egan
  • Lyricist: Lew Brown & Al Marriman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
Box 3, Folder 6I'd Be Proud To Be the Mother of a Soldier
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Charles Bayha
  • Lyricist: Charles Bayha
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 7I'd Feel at Home If They'd Let Me Join the Army
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Albert Gumble
  • Lyricist: Jack Mahoney
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Emmons
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick
Box 3, Folder 8I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be a Soldier
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Al Paintadosi
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: Chee 'Toy, American Comedy Four, Ed Morton, Chief Tendehoa, Will J. Ward, Mae Francis
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, Inc.
  • 9 copies
Box 3, Folder 9I Didn't raise My Dog To Be a Sausage
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Herman Paley
  • Lyricist: Chas McCarron
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 3, Folder 10I'd Like To See the Kaiser With a Lily in His Hand
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Henry Lewis, Howard Johnson, & Billy Frisch
  • Lyricist: Henry Lewis, Howard Johnson, & Billy Frisch
  • Performer: Henry Lewis
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 11I'd Love To fall Asleep and Wake Up in My Mammy's Arms
  • Copyright Date: 1920
  • Composer: Fred E. Ahlert
  • Lyricist: Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 12I Don't Know Where I'm going But I'm On My Way
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Geo. Fairman
  • Lyricist: Geo. Fairman
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer, New York
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
Box 3, Folder 13I Don't Want To Get Well
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Harry Jentes
  • Lyricist: Harry Pease and Howard Johnson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 14I Dreamt My Daddy Came Home
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Lew Porter
  • Lyricist: Joe Darcey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 3, Folder 15If He Can Fight Like He Can Love, Goodnight Germany
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geo. W. Meyer
  • Lyricist: Grant Clarke & Howard Rogers
  • Performer: Santly & Norton, Bob Hall, Maurice
  • Burkhart, Ray Samuels
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 5 copies
Box 3, Folder 16If I Am Not at Roll Call Kiss Her Goodbye For Me
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Geo. Boyden
  • Lyricist: Geo. Boyden
  • Performer: Millicent Pauline Clark
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: George L. Boyden
Box 3, Folder 17If I Am Not at Roll Call Kiss Mother Good-Bye For Me
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: George L. Boyden
  • Lyricist: George L. Boyden
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 4 copies
Box 3, Folder 18If I Had a Son for Each Star in Old Glory
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Joseph A. Burke
  • Lyricist: J.E. Dempsey
  • Performer: Larry Comer, Ben Davis
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 19If I Were a Grown Up Soldier and You a Mercy Maid
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry C. Eldridge
  • Lyricist: Harry C. Eldridge
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Harry C. Eldridge
Box 3, Folder 20If They Feel Like a War Let Them Keep It Over There
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Howard Johnson & Willie Raskin
  • Lyricist: Howard Johnson & Willie Raskin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 3, Folder 21If War Is What Sherman Said It Was
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Albert Gumble
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 3, Folder 22I Hear My Country Calling
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: George Boyden
  • Lyricist: George Boyden
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: C. White-Botton
  • Publisher: Geo. Boyden
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 23I'll Be Back in the Sweet By and By
  • Copyright Date: 1912
  • Composer: Herbert Spencer
  • Lyricist: Fleta Jan Brown
  • Performer: Big City Four
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 3, Folder 24I'll Be Glad To Get Back
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: W.C. Polla
  • Lyricist: Martin Swauger & R.H. Wilson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: C.C. Church & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 25I'll Come Back To You When It's All Over
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Kerry Mills
  • Lyricist: Lew. Brown
  • Performer: The Happy Trio: Weber, Beck and Frazer
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
Box 3, Folder 26I'll Come Sailing Home to You
  • Publication Date:
  • Composer: Harry Carroll
  • Lyricist: Stanley Murphy
  • Performer: Harry Carroll
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 3, Folder 27I'll Dance My Way Right Back To Dixieland
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Billy Baskette
  • Lyricist: Grant Clarke
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Wohlman
  • Publisher: McCarthy & Fisher, Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 28I'll Love You More for Losing You a While
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Richard A. Whiting
  • Lyricist: Raymond Egan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 29I'll Make You Proud of Me Mother
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Will Wood
  • Lyricist: Will Wood
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Henry Hutt
  • Publisher: Will Wood, New York
Box 3, Folder 30I'll Return Mother Darling To You
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: E. Clinton Keithley
  • Lyricist: Casper Nathan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Box 3, Folder 31I'll See You Later "Yankeeland"
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Chas K. Harris
  • Lyricist: Chas K. Harris
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Chas K. Harris
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 32I Love the Whole United States
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Roger Lewis & Ernie Erdman
  • Lyricist: Roger Lewis & Ernie Erdman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Tell Taylor
Box 3, Folder 33I Love the U.S.A.
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Will Hardy
  • Lyricist: Will Hardy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: ES Fisher
  • Publisher: Bostonia Pub. Co.
Box 3, Folder 34I Love You Like Lincoln Loved the Old Red, White and Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1913
  • Composer: Jean Schwartz
  • Lyricist: Wm. Jerome & Joe Young
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harry Williams
Box 3, Folder 35I'm Always Thinking of Georgia
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Jimmie V. Monaco
  • Lyricist: Joe McCarthy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: McCarthy Fisher Inc., New York
Box 3, Folder 36I May Be Gone for a Long, Long Time
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Lew Brown
  • Performer: Grace La Rue
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 37I May Stay Away a Little Longer
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Composer: Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Lew Brown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 38I'm Crazy About My Daddy in a Uniform
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Chas R. McCarron & Carey Morgan
  • Lyricist: Chas R. McCarron & Carey Morgan
  • Performer: Sophie Tucker
  • Illustrator: Apeda
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York
Box 3, Folder 39I'm Glad I Can Make You Cry
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Chas R. McCarron & Carey Morgan
  • Lyricist: Chas R. McCarron & Carey Morgan
  • Performer: Bessie Hamilton, Jack Battersby
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 40I'm Glad I'm Back in Yankee Land
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Roy L. Burtch
  • Lyricist: A.L. Ream
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Halcyon Pub. Co.
Box 3, Folder 41I'm Going to Be a Soldier and Fight for the U.S.A.
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Haller & Stafford
  • Lyricist: Haller & Stafford
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Haller & Stafford, New York
Box 3, Folder 42I'm Going to Follow the Boys
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: James V. Monaco
  • Lyricist: Howard Rogers
  • Performer: Gladys Leslie
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 43I'm Goin' to Fight My Way Right Back To Carolina
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Billy Baskette & Jessie Spiess
  • Lyricist: Billy Baskette & Jessie Spiess
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: McCarthy & Fisher
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 44I'm Going to Break That Mason-Dixon Line
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Jean Schwartz
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Natwick
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 3, Folder 45I'm a Long Way from Tipperary
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Ernie Erdman
  • Lyricist: Roger Lewis
  • Performer: Curtis & Hebard
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Will Rossiter, Chicago
Box 3, Folder 46I'm Hitting the Trail To Normandy So Kiss Me Good-bye
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Chas. A. Snyder
  • Lyricist: Chas. A. Snyder
  • Performer: Artie Mehlinger, Paul Elwood
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Snyder Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 47I'm On My Way To Dublin Bay
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: Stanley Murphy
  • Lyricist: Stanley Murphy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 3, Folder 48I'm Proud To Be the Mother of a Boy Like You
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
Box 3, Folder 49I'm Proud to Be the Sweetheart of a Soldier
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Mary Earl
  • Lyricist: Mary Earl
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 3, Folder 50I'm Sorry I Made You Cry
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: N.J. Clesi
  • Lyricist: June Elvidge & John Bowers
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 3 copies
Box 3, Folder 51Indianola
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Composer: S.R. Henry & D. Onivas
  • Lyricist: Frank H. Warren
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Box 3, Folder 52In Flander's Field
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: F. Henri Klickmann
  • Lyricist: Lieut.-Col. John D. McCrae
  • Performer: Riccardo Stracciari
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Box 3, Folder 53In Flander's Field
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Jules Jordan
  • Lyricist: John McCrea
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Jules Jordan
Box 3, Folder 54In Flander's Field
  • Copyright Date: 1920
  • Composer: Daisy Fairchild Sherman
  • Lyricist: Lieut.-Col. John D. McCrae
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Daisy Fairchild Sherman
Box 3, Folder 55In the Folds of the Starry Flag
  • Copyright Date: 1904
  • Composer: Victor Herbert
  • Lyricist: Paul West
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Dan Smith
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 3, Folder 56In the Navy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Richard Howard
  • Lyricist: Richard Howard
  • Performer: Richard Howard
  • Illustrator: White
  • Publisher: Jack Mendelsohn Music Co., Boston
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 57I Think We've Got Another Washington and Wilson Is His Name
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Geo. Fairman
  • Lyricist: Geo. Fairman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Einson
  • Publisher: Kendis, New York
Box 3, Folder 58It May Be Far To Tipperary, It's a Longer Way to Tennessee
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Alfred Solman
  • Lyricist: Arthur J. Lamb
  • Performer: Kathryn Schultz
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co., New York
Box 3, Folder 59It's a Long Way from Berlin to Broadway
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Harold B. Freeman
  • Lyricist: Harold B. Freeman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Harold B. Freeman Co., Providence
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 60It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary
  • Copyright Date: 1912
  • Composer: Jack Judge & Harry Williams
  • Lyricist: Jack Judge & Harry Williams
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: B. Feldman & Co., London
Box 3, Folder 61It's a Long, Long Way to the U.S.A. and the Girl I Left Behind
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Val. Trainor
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
  • 3 copies
Box 3, Folder 62It's a Long Way to Berlin But We'll Get There
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Leon Flatow
  • Lyricist: Arthur Fields
  • Performer: Will J. Ward), Ed Morton,Maurice Burkhart
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 5 copies
Box 3, Folder 63It's Hard To Settle Down (To Civilian Life Once More)
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: R.P. Weston & Bert Lee
  • Lyricist: R.P. Weston & Bert Lee
  • Performer: Mr. Norworth
  • Illustrator: The Standard Engraving Co.
  • Publisher: Francis, Day & Hunter
Box 3, Folder 64It's Time For Every Boy To Be a Soldier
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Harry Tierney
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: LPN
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 65I've Got a New Job
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Ed. Nelson
  • Lyricist: Sam Landers
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: A.J. Stasny Music Co.
Box 3, Folder 66I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Iring Berlin
  • Lyricist: Iring Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Iring Berlin Inc., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 67I've Got the Army Blues
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: L. Wolfe Gilbert & Carey Morgan
  • Lyricist: L. Wolfe Gilbert & Carey Morgan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Box 3, Folder 68I Want a Girl From a Yankee Doodle Town
  • Copyright Date: 1909
  • Composer: Henry Frantzen
  • Lyricist: J.H. McKeon
  • Performer: Frank Tierney
  • Illustrator: E.P.C.
  • Publisher: F.B. Haviland, New York
Box 3, Folder 69I Want a Patriotic Girl
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: May Aufderheide
  • Lyricist: Bobby Jones
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: DCC (?)
  • Publisher: Mentel Bros., Cincinnati
Box 3, Folder 70I Want to Be Loved By a Soldier
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Abner Silver
  • Lyricist: Henry Fink
  • Performer: Mollie King
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co.
Box 3, Folder 71I Want to Go Back to "Blighty"
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Lieut. Wm. B. Davidson
  • Lyricist: Lee M. Walker
  • Performer: Mr. Reinald Werrenrath
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Star Music Pub. Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 3, Folder 72I Want To Go to Tokio
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Fred. Fischer
  • Lyricist: Joe McCarthy
  • Performer: Renie Davies
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc., New York
Box 3, Folder 73I Wish I Had Someone to Say "Good-Bye" To
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Halsey K. Mohr
  • Lyricist: Joe Goodwin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 3, Folder 74I Wonder What He's Doing To-Night
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: James F. Hanley
  • Lyricist: Joe Goodwin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1Ja-Da
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Bob Carleton
  • Lyricist: Bob Carleton
  • Performer: The Ja-Da Trio: Carleton, Sobol & Rosenberg
  • Illustrator: De Haven
  • Publisher: Leo Feist
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 2"Jasper Jones" or I'm in the Navy Now
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Sidney B. Wright
  • Lyricist: Sidney B. Wright
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: S. B. Wright, Newport
Box 4, Folder 3Jerry Mon Cher
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Stanley Murphy
  • Lyricist: Harry Tierney
  • Performer:unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 4Jerry, You Warra a Warrior in the War
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Billy Baskette
  • Lyricist: Dannie O'Neil
  • Performer: Mrs. Bert Fitzgibbons, Bird Millman, Margaret Young, Clark & Bergman
  • Illustrator: R.S.
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
  • 6 copies
Box 4, Folder 5Jim, Jim, I Always Knew You'd Win
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Ben. Ryan & Bert Hanlon
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 6Jimmie Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Edward I. Boyle
  • Lyricist: Edward I. Boyle
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: John Shaw, Jr.
  • Publisher: Edward I. Boyle, Middletown, Conn.
Box 4, Folder 7Joan of Arc Song
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: James Kendis
  • Lyricist: Robert F. Roden
  • Performer: Geraldine Farrar
  • Illustrator: Hartsdok, Photo: L.A.-S.F.
  • Publisher: The Cadilac Music Co., New York
Box 4, Folder 8Joan of Arc They Are Calling You
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Jack Wells
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan & Willie Weston
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 9Johnny's in Town
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Geo. W. Meyer & Abe Olman
  • Lyricist: Jack Yellen
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: R.S.
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 10Just a Baby's Letter Found in No Man's Land
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Ray Lawrence
  • Lyricist: Bernie Grossman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co., New York
Box 4, Folder 11Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: M.K. Jerome
  • Lyricist: Sam. M. Lewis & Joe Young
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 12Just Like Washington Crossed the Delaware, General Pershing Will Cross the Rhine
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geo. W. Meyer
  • Lyricist: Howard Johnson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Photo: Underwood & Underwood
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 13Keep the Home-Fires Burning ('Till the Boys Come Home)
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Ivor Novello
  • Lyricist: Lena Guilbert Ford
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Aseherberg, Hopwood & Crew Limited
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 14Keep the Love-Light Burning in the Window 'Til the Boys Come Marching Home
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Caddigan & McHugh
  • Lyricist: Caddigan & McHugh
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: W.C.H.
  • Publisher: D.W. Cooper
Box 4, Folder 15Keep the Trench Fires Going for the Boys Out There
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Eddie Moran
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 16Keep Your Head Down, Fritzie Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Carey Morgan
  • Lyricist: Lieut. Gitz Rice
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist Inc.
  • 4 copies
Box 4, Folder 17Keep Your Head Down, Fritzi Boy (We Saw You)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: C.W. Murphy & Norton David
  • Lyricist: C.W. Murphy & Norton David
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 18The Khaki and the Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: W.J. Trainer
  • Lyricist: W.J. Trainer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: W.J. Trainer
Box 4, Folder 19Khaki Bill
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Harry L. Watson
  • Lyricist: Harry L. Watson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse
Box 4, Folder 20The Khaki Boys of U.S.A.
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Howard I. Smith
  • Lyricist: Ella M. Smith
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Howard I. Smith; Springfield, Mass.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 21The Kid Has Gone to the Colors
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: William Herschell
  • Lyricist: Leon E. Idoine
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Seidel Music Pub. Co., Indianapolis
Box 4, Folder 22A Kiss from the Girl You Love
  • Copyright Date: 1907
  • Composer: Gus. & Leo Edwards
  • Lyricist: Gus. & Leo Edwards
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Gus Edward Music Pub. Co., New York
Box 4, Folder 23Kiss Your Mother's Dear Sweet Lips for Me, Old Pal - If You Get Home
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Chas. Jordan
  • Lyricist: Chas. Jordan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Box 4, Folder 24The Kiss That Made You Cry
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Joe Burns & Arthur Fields
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 25K-K-K Katy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geoffrey O'Hara
  • Lyricist: Geoffrey O'Hara
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 3 copies
Box 4, Folder 26Laddie Boy or (Good Bye and Luck Be With You, Laddie Boy)
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Gus Edwards
  • Lyricist: Will D. Cobb
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Edgar Weller
  • Publisher: The Gus Edwards Music House
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 27A Laddie in France Is Dreaming
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: William E. Dulmage
  • Lyricist: Eddie McGrath
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Eddie McGrath, Detroit
Box 4, Folder 28The Laddies Who Fought and Won
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Harry Lauder
  • Lyricist: Harry Lauder
  • Performer: Harry Lauder
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 29Lafayette (We Hear You Calling)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Mary Earl
  • Lyricist: Mary Earl
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 30The Lanky Yankee Boys in Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1908
  • Composer: Theodore Morse
  • Lyricist: Edward Madden
  • Performer: McAvoy & Hartley
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: F.B. Haviland, New York
Box 4, Folder 31Let Lovelight Be Always Shining
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: H.C. Weasner
  • Lyricist: H.C. Weasner
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: H.C. Weasner & Co., Buffalo
Box 4, Folder 32Let's All Be Americans Now
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Irving Berlin, Edgar Leslie & Geo. W. Meyer
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin, Edgar Leslie & Geo. W. Meyer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 33Let's All Do Something (Uncle Sammy Wants Us Now)
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Arthur Lange
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co., New York
Box 4, Folder 34Let's Be Ready, That's the Spirit of '76
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Chas. Bayha & Rubey Cowan
  • Lyricist: Chas. Bayha & Rubey Cowan
  • Performer: Wellington Cross (of Cross & Josephine)
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Rubey Cowan
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 35Let's Keep the Glow in Old Glory
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Robert Speroy
  • Lyricist: Wilbur D. Nesbit
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Box 4, Folder 36A Letter from No Man's Land
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harold B. Freeman
  • Lyricist: Harold B. Freeman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harold B. Freeman Music Co., Providence
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 37The Letter that Never Reached Home
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Edgar Leslie & Bernie Grossman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Kalmar, Puck & Abraham's Consolidated, Inc.
Box 4, Folder 38Let the Flag Fly!
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: L. Wolfe Gilbert
  • Lyricist: L. Wolfe Gilbert
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Photo: U & U
  • Publisher: Globe Music Co.
Box 4, Folder 39L-I-B-E-R-T-Y
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Ted S. Barron
  • Lyricist: Ted S. Barron
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: Metropolis Music Co., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 40Liberty Bell
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Halsey K. Mohr
  • Lyricist: Joe Goodwin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 41Liberty Bond Magee
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Charles McNaughton & John Barclay
  • Lyricist: Charles McNaughton & John Barclay
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: Kerry Mills, New York
Box 4, Folder 42Lips
  • Publication Date: 1917
  • Composer: Matthew Ott
  • Lyricist: Matthew Ott
  • Performer: The Star Players
  • Illustrator: ES Fisher
  • Publisher: Somerville Theatre Co.; Somerville, Mass
Box 4, Folder 43A Little Bit of Sunshine
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: James F. Hanley
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald & Joe Goodwin
  • Performer: W.J. Reilly, Ed Morton
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 4, Folder 44The Little Good for Nothing's Good for Something After All
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Lou. Klein
  • Performer: Laurette Taylor
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 45Little French Mother, Good Bye!
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Jack Caddigan & Chick Story
  • Lyricist: Jack Caddigan & Chick Story
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Norman Rockwell
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 46Long Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Barclay Walker
  • Lyricist: William Herschell
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Gaar Williams
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 47Long Live the Twenty-Sixth
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Frank A. Ryan
  • Lyricist: Frank A. Ryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Frank A. Ryan
Box 4, Folder 48Lorraine (My Beautiful Alsace Lorraine)
  • Publication Date:
  • Composer: Fred Fisher
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator: Andre De Takacs
  • Publisher: McCarthy & Fisher, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 49Loyalty Is the Word Today
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: J.E. Andino
  • Lyricist: Dee Dooling Cahill
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: EH Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York
Box 4, Folder 50Madelon (I'll Be True To The Whole Regiment)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Camille Robert
  • Lyricist: Louis Bousquet
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York
Box 4, Folder 51Mammy's Chocolate Soldier Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Sidney Mitchell
  • Performer: Sophie Tucker
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York
Box 4, Folder 52Mammy's Dixie Soldier Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Norman L. Landman
  • Lyricist: Norman L. Landman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Will Rossiter, Chicago
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 53The Man Behind
  • Copyright Date: 1904
  • Composer: J.B. Mullen
  • Lyricist: Vincent Bryan
  • Performer: Matthews & Ashley
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York
Box 4, Folder 54The Man Behind the Hammer and the Plow
  • Publication Date:
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 55The Man in the Battle Plane
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Emma Stephens
  • Lyricist: W.F. Boosey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter
Box 4, Folder 56The Marching Boys
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Lou Dockstader
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: G.S. Henderson
  • Publisher: Lou Dockstader
Box 4, Folder 57Marching Out There With Old Glory
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: J.E. Andino
  • Lyricist: Paul Ford
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Western Music Co., Los Angeles
Box 4, Folder 58The Meaning of U.S.A.
  • Copyright Date: 1902
  • Composer: Raymond A. Browne
  • Lyricist: Raymond A. Browne
  • Performer: Chas. E. Stutzman
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: American Advance Music Co.
Box 4, Folder 59The Meaning of Y.M.C.A. (You Must Come Across)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Abe Olman
  • Lyricist: Ed. Rose
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co.
Box 4, Folder 60The Message in the Bottle from the Sea
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Will E. Skidmore & Clyde Hooper
  • Lyricist: Will E. Skidmore & Clyde Hooper
  • Performer: Master Harold Voltz
  • Illustrator: Natwick
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Box 4, Folder 61Mon Soldat (My Soldier Lad)
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Louis Payette
  • Lyricist: R. Brisson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
Box 4, Folder 62Mother Here's Your Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Sidney D. Mitchell, Archie Gottler & Theodore Morse
  • Lyricist: Sidney D. Mitchell, Archie Gottler & Theodore Morse
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist, Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 63Mothers of America You Have done Your Share
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Lew Porter
  • Lyricist: Harry Ellis
  • Performer: Eva Tanguay, Chas Kent
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 64My Angel of the Flaming Cross
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Bryon Gay
  • Lyricist: Bryon Gay
  • Performer: Bryon Gay
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Sunset Pub. Co., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 65My Barney Lies Over the Ocean (The Way He Lied To Me)
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Bert Grant
  • Lyricist: Joe Young & Sam M. Lewis
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 66My Belgian Rose
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geo. Benoit, Rob't Levenson & Ted Garton
  • Lyricist: Geo. Benoit, Rob't Levenson & Ted Garton
  • Performer: Louise Glaum, Al Herman
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist, New York
  • 4 copies
Box 4, Folder 67My Big Little Soldier Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Mabelle Carolyn Church
  • Lyricist: Wilbur D. Nesbit
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Whitney-Warner Pub. Co.
Box 4, Folder 68My Boy Joe
  • Copyright Date: 1921
  • Composer: James F Hanley
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald & Bryan Foy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Wohlman
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York
Box 4, Folder 69My Choc'late Soldier Sammy Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Lyricist: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 4, Folder 70My Daddy's Coming Home
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: David W. Cooper
  • Lyricist: David W. Cooper
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: David W. Cooper
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 71My Dream of the Big Parade
  • Copyright Date: 1926
  • Composer: Jimmy McHugh
  • Lyricist: Al. Dubin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Mills Music
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 72My Dream of the U.S.A.
  • Copyright Date: 1908
  • Composer: Leonard Chick., Chas Roth & Ted Snyder
  • Lyricist: Leonard Chick., Chas Roth & Ted Snyder
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Ted Snyder Co., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 73My Own United States
  • Copyright Date: 1909
  • Composer: Julian Edwards
  • Lyricist: Stanislaus Stange
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 74My Red Cross Girlie
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Theodore Morse
  • Lyricist: Harry Bewley
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist, New York
Box 4, Folder 75My Salvation Nell
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Jack Norworth
  • Lyricist: J. Brandon Walsh
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jack Norworth
Box 4, Folder 76My Soldier
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Albert Haberstro
  • Lyricist: Mary Belle Freeley & Albert Haberstro
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: The Liberty Pub. Co.
Box 4, Folder 77My Sweetheart Is Somewhere in France
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Mary Earl
  • Lyricist: Mary Earl
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 4, Folder 78My Uncle Sam
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Byron Verge
  • Lyricist: Byron Verge
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Byron Verge
Box 4, Folder 79My Uncle Sammy Gals
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: F. Henri Klickmann
  • Lyricist: Jack Frost
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Box 4, Folder 80My Yankee Doodle Girl
  • Copyright Date: 1910
  • Composer: John F. Golden
  • Lyricist: Henry Blossom
  • Performer: Elsie Janis
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, New York
Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1The Navy Will Bring Them Back
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Ira Schuster
  • Lyricist: Howard Johnson
  • Performer: Frank Carter
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 2The Navy Took Them Over and the Navy Will Bring Them Back
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Ira Schuster
  • Lyricist: Yeoman Howard Johnson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: F. Muller (Photo)
  • Publisher: Leo Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 3Never Forget To Write Home
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: James F. Hanley
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald
  • Performer: Belle Rutland
  • Illustrator: Dunk
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 5, Folder 4Never Swap Horses When You're Crossing a Stream
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Jesse Winne
  • Lyricist: Harold Robe
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
Box 5, Folder 5Now All the World's At Peace
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Peter De Rose
  • Lyricist: Fleta Jan Brown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: F.B. Haviland, New York
Box 5, Folder 6Oh, Babe! (Just Save Your Kisses For Your Yankee Soldier Boy)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: F. Henri Klickmann
  • Lyricist: Lieut. Jack Frost
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: H
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Box 5, Folder 7Oh, Danny, Love Your Annie like You Learned It Over There
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Sid. Reinherz
  • Lyricist: Ray C. Spencer
  • Performer: Eddie Dowling
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: James S. White Co.
Box 5, Folder 8Oh Frenchy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Con Conrad
  • Lyricist: Sam Ehrlich
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
  • 5 copies
Box 5, Folder 9Oh! How I Hate To Get Up in the Morning
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Eddie Cantor, Rae Samuels
  • Illustrator: Barbelle (c. 3)
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 5, Folder 10Oh! How I Wish I Could Sleep Until My Daddy Comes Home
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Pete Wendling
  • Lyricist: Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young
  • Performer: Al Jolson
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 11Oh, Moon of the Summer Night (Tell My Mother Her Boy's All Right)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Allan J. Flynn
  • Lyricist: Allan J. Flynn
  • Performer: Miss Bessie Hamilton (c. 3)
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Al. Piantadosi & Co.
  • 5 copies
Box 5, Folder 12Oh! What a Time for the Girlies
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Ruby
  • Lyricist: Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 13Oh You Rookie
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Moe Thompson & Johnny Fink
  • Lyricist: Moe Thompson & Johnny Fink
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist
Box 5, Folder 14Old Glory
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Homer N. Bartlett
  • Lyricist: Thomas J. Duggan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator:none
  • Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York
Box 5, Folder 15Old Glory and the G.A.R.
  • Copyright Date: 1909
  • Composer: E.M. Winslow
  • Lyricist: R.A. Carmichael
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Bryant
  • Publisher: The Krey Music Co., Boston
Box 5, Folder 16Old Glory Goes Marching On
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: F. Henri Klickmann
  • Lyricist: Paul B. Armstrong
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root
Box 5, Folder 17Old Glory, Your Flag and Mine
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: George B. Pitman
  • Lyricist: Gus Sullivan & George B. Pitman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Innella & Bruno, Boston
Box 5, Folder 18The Old Grey Mare
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Frank Panella
  • Lyricist: Frank Panella
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: J Frew
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co., New York
Box 5, Folder 19Old Kaiser Bill
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Waldo Reed
  • Lyricist: Waldo Reed
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.S. Fisher
  • Publisher: Waldo Reed
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 20On Duty
  • Copyright Date: 1900
  • Composer: Geo. Rosey
  • Lyricist: Geo. Rosey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Box 5, Folder 21On the Battle Field
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Maurice Levi
  • Lyricist: Alcan Moss
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: D.E.H.
  • Publisher: The Denslow Co.
Box 5, Folder 22On To Plattsburg
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Herbert W. Lowe
  • Lyricist: Herbert W. Lowe
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chas. H. Ditson & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 23On to Spain
  • Copyright Date: 1898
  • Composer: Jos. B. Carey
  • Lyricist: Jos. B. Carey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Great American Importing Tea Co.
Box 5, Folder 24On to Victory
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Charley Hamilton
  • Lyricist: Charley Hamilton
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Charley Hamilton
Box 5, Folder 25One for All and All for One
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Neville Fleeson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Artmusic, Inc.
Box 5, Folder 26Only a Rose in No-Man's Land
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Composer: Alexander Marr
  • Lyricist: Arthur J. Lamb
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co., Boston
Box 5, Folder 27Only a Soldier Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1903
  • Composer: Chas W. Doty
  • Lyricist: Chas W. Doty
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: M.C.C
  • Publisher: Doty & Brill
Box 5, Folder 28OO-La-La-Wee-Wee
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Harry Ruby & Geo. Jessell
  • Lyricist: Harry Ruby & Geo. Jessell
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Weatherly
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York
Box 5, Folder 29Oui, Oui, Marie
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Fred Fisher
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan & Joe McCarthy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: McCarthy & Fisher, Inc., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 30Our Country's in It Now, We've Got To Win It Now
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Charles R. McCarron & Carey Morgan
  • Lyricist: Arthur Guy Empey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 31Our God, Our Country and Our Flag
  • Copyright Date: 1917 & 1918
  • Composer: Edward MacHugh
  • Lyricist: Edward MacHugh
  • Performer: John McCormick
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: White-Smith
Box 5, Folder 32Our Great United States
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: N.W. Devereux
  • Lyricist: Mary E. Mooney
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator:none
  • Publisher: Mary E. Mooney
Box 5, Folder 33Over the Top
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Pete Wendling & Jack Wells
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin, Snyder & Co.
Box 5, Folder 34Over There
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: George M. Cohan
  • Lyricist: George M. Cohan
  • Performer: Nora Bayes
  • Illustrator: Norman Rockwell, Henry Hutt, Barbelle
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 4 copies
Box 5, Folder 35Over Yonder Where the Lilies Grow
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geoffrey O'Hara
  • Lyricist: Geoffrey O'Hara
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Norman Rockwell
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist Inc., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 36Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile!
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Felix Powell
  • Lyricist: George Asaf
  • Performer: Adele Rowland
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, New York
  • 3 copies
Box 5, Folder 37Patria
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Mrs. Vernon Castle
  • Lyricist: Geo. Graff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Box 5, Folder 38Patriotic Songs of To-Day (Tramp, Tramp, Tramp; Dixie Land; The Battle Cry Of Freedom; Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean; The Star Spangled Banner
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Lew Berk, Rochester, New York
Box 5, Folder 39Paul Revere (Won't You Ride For Us Again?)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Halsey K. Mohr
  • Lyricist: Joe Goodwin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 40The Peacemaker
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: Frank Sturtevant
  • Lyricist: Frank Sturtevant
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Pach Bros.
  • Publisher: Conservatory Pub. Society
Box 5, Folder 41Pick a Little Four Leaf Clover And Send It Over To Me
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Abe Olman
  • Lyricist: C. Francis Reisner & Ed. Rose
  • Performer: The Great Lakes Sextette with John Philip Sousa's Great Lakes Band
  • Illustrator: L.A. Brunner
  • Publisher: J. Albert & Son, Sydney
Box 5, Folder 42Please Bring Back My Daddy To Me
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Leo Friedman
  • Lyricist: F.E. Hathaway
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Helen Smith
  • Publisher: Franklin Earl Hathaway & Leo Friedman
Box 5, Folder 43The Ragtime Soldier Man
  • Copyright Date: 1912
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Ted Snyder & Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 44The Ragtime Volunteers Are Off To War
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: James F. Hanley
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald
  • Performer: Emma Carus
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 5, Folder 45A Rainbow From the U.S.A.
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Percy Wenrich
  • Lyricist: William Jerome & J.F. Mahoney
  • Performer: R.H. Burnside
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
Box 5, Folder 46Raus Mit Der Kaiser
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Arthur Lange
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterlin & Bartley Costello
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 47Right Hath Victory
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Emma Jones Spence
  • Lyricist: Emma Jones Spence
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Emma Jones Spence
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 48Ring Out! Sweet Bells of Peace
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Caro Roma
  • Lyricist: William H. Gardner
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 5, Folder 49Rocked in the Cradle of Liberty
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Richard Howard
  • Lyricist: Richard Howard
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Union Engraving Co.
  • Publisher: Daly Music Publishers
Box 5, Folder 50The Rose of No Man's Land
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: James A. Brennan
  • Lyricist: Jack Caddigan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 4 copies
Box 5, Folder 51Roses of Lorraine
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Walter Smith
  • Lyricist: Sydney Carter
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Daniels & Wilson
Box 5, Folder 52The Russians Were Rushin', The Yanks Started Yankin'
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Chas. McCarron
  • Lyricist: Carey Morgan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
Box 5, Folder 53Salvation Lassie of Mine
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Jack Caddigan & Chick Story
  • Lyricist: Jack Caddigan & Chick Story
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 54Salvation Nell
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Theodore Morse
  • Lyricist: Grant Clarke & Edgar Leslie
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Theodore Morse
Box 5, Folder 55Salvation Rose
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Jack Mendelsohn
  • Lyricist: Robert Levenson
  • Performer: Marion Davies
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Box 5, Folder 56Save Your Kisses Till The Boys Come Home
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Tom Mellor, Harry Gifford & Fred Godfrey
  • Lyricist: Tom Mellor, Harry Gifford & Fred Godfrey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: John Frew
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York
Box 5, Folder 57Say A Prayer For The Boys "Out There"
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Alex Marr
  • Lyricist: Bernie Grossman
  • Performer: Marty Semon, Frank Morgan
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 58Say "Au Revoir" But Not "Good-Bye"
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Kennedy
  • Lyricist: Harry Kennedy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: EH Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: E.T. Paull, New York
Box 5, Folder 59Second Regiment March Two-Step
  • Copyright Date: 1913
  • Composer: D.W. Reeves
  • Lyricist: D.W. Reeves
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist
Box 5, Folder 60Send Back Daddy Dear To Me
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Irving Maslof
  • Lyricist: Alexander Sullivan & Harry Tenney
  • Performer: Bailey & ?
  • Illustrator: EE Walton
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern
Box 5, Folder 61Send Me Away With a Smile
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Louis Weslyn & Al. Piantadosi
  • Lyricist: Louis Weslyn & Al. Piantadosi
  • Performer: Rita Child
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Al. Piantadosi
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 62Send Me a Picture of Baby
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Budd Green
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder
Box 5, Folder 63Set Aside Your Tears (Till the Boys Come Marching Home)
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: L. Wolfe Gilbert, Malvin M. Franklin & Anatol Friedland
  • Lyricist: L. Wolfe Gilbert, Malvin M. Franklin & Anatol Friedland
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 64She'll Miss Me Most of All
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Ed Nelson
  • Lyricist: Will J. Hart
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: A.J. Stasny Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 65Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts for Soldiers
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Hermann E. Darewski
  • Lyricist: R.P. Weston
  • Performer: Al Jolson
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter
  • 3 copies
Box 5, Folder 66Soldier Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Theodore Morse
  • Lyricist: D.A. Esrom
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Harry Lewis
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 67The Soldier's Farewell
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: R.A. Browne
  • Lyricist: May M. Duffee
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Old Reliable Music Co.
Box 5, Folder 68A Soldier's Rosary
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Jos. A. Burke
  • Lyricist: J.E. Dempsey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: A.J. Stasny Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 69So Long, Mother
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Lyricist: Raymond Egan & Gus Kahn
  • Performer: Al. Jolson
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick
Box 5, Folder 70So Long Rhode Island
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Joe Cronson & Charles Ruddy
  • Lyricist: Joe Cronson & Charles Ruddy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Eastern Music Co.
Box 5, Folder 71So Long Sammy
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Albert Gumble
  • Lyricist: Benny Davis & Jack Yellen
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 5, Folder 72Somebody's Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Joseph A. Burke
  • Lyricist: J.E. Dempsey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 5, Folder 73Some Day
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Earl Burtnett
  • Lyricist: Walter King
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: A.R.K.
  • Publisher: A.J. Stasny Music Co., New York
Box 5, Folder 74Someday They're Coming Home Again
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Harry Hilbert
  • Lyricist: Harry Hilbert
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 5, Folder 75Somewhere in France
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Earl Carroll & Rubey Cowan
  • Lyricist: Earl Carroll & Rubey Cowan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Rubey Cowan Music Co., New York
Box 5, Folder 76Somewhere in France is Daddy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: The Great Howard
  • Lyricist: The Great Howard
  • Performer: The Great Howard
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Howard & LaVar Music Co., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 5, Folder 77Somewhere in France is the Lily
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Jos. E. Howard
  • Lyricist: Philander Johnson
  • Performer: Jos. E. Howard
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
  • 4 copies
Box 5, Folder 78Sons of America
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: William T. Pierson
  • Lyricist: Arthur F. Holt
  • Performer: unknow
  • Illustrator: Dunk
  • Publisher: W.T. Pierson
Box 5, Folder 79Sons of the Flag
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Gertrude Ross
  • Lyricist: George Morrow Mayo
  • Performer: Madame Schumann-Heink
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: R.W. Heffelfinger, Los Angeles
Box 5, Folder 80The Spirit of America 1917
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Andrew Miller
  • Lyricist: Andrew Miller
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Andrew Miller
Box 5, Folder 81Spirit of Independence
  • Copyright Date: 1912
  • Composer: Abe Holzmann
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 5, Folder 82Stand Up and Fight Like H---
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Lyricist: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Performer: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Richmond Publisher, New York
Box 5, Folder 83The Star of Glory
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Emmett J. Welch
  • Lyricist: Emmett J. Welch
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Emmett J. Welch
Box 5, Folder 84The Star Spangled Banner
  • Copyright Date: 1798
  • Composer: Francis Scott Key & John Stafford Smith
  • Lyricist: Francis Scott Key & John Stafford Smith
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co.
Box 5, Folder 85The Stars in Old Glory
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Herbert Miles
  • Lyricist: Herbert Miles
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank Harding, New York
Box 5, Folder 86The Story of Old Glory, the Flag We Love
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Ernest R. Ball
  • Lyricist: J. Will. Callahan
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 5, Folder 87Sunshine
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: Maurice Porcelain
  • Lyricist: Leo Kaufman
  • Performer: Ethelle Marshall
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M. Porcelain & Co., Providence
Box 5, Folder 88Swing in Line
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: H.H. Byron & C.D. Byron
  • Lyricist: H.H. Byron & C.D. Byron
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: L.A. Shafer (painting), Starmer (boarder)
  • Publisher: Will Rossiter
Box 6
Box 6, Folder 1Take Care of the Man in a Uniform
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Frank Westphal
  • Lyricist: Jimmie Conlin
  • Performer: Blanche Ring
  • Illustrator: N
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Berstein & Co.
Box 6, Folder 2Take Me Back to My Dear Old Blighty
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: A.J. Mills, Fred Godfrey & Bennett Scott
  • Lyricist: A.J. Mills, Fred Godfrey & Bennett Scott
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: The Star Music Publishing Co.
Box 6, Folder 3The Tale the Church Bell Told
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Bert Grant
  • Lyricist: Joe Young & Sam M. Lewis
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 4Tell That to the Marines
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Jean Schwartz & Al. Jolson
  • Lyricist: Harold Atteridge
  • Performer: Al. Jolson
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 6, Folder 5That Grand Old Gentleman
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Gus Edwards
  • Lyricist: Will D. Cobb
  • Performer: Miss Kitty Cheatham
  • Illustrator: Dunk
  • Publisher: The Song Review Co.
Box 6, Folder 6That's a Mother's Liberty
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Mayo & Tally & Clarence Gaskill
  • Lyricist: Mayo & Tally & Clarence Gaskill
  • Performer: Edward Earle & Mary Maurice
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 7That's What the Red, White and Blue Means
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: E.E. Bagley
  • Lyricist: Robert Levenson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Walter Jacobs
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 8Their Heart's are Over Here
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Lyricist: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Box 6, Folder 9Then You Can Come Back To Me
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: L. Wolfe Gilbert & Anatol Freiland
  • Lyricist: L. Wolfe Gilbert & Anatol Freiland
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Gilbert Friedland
Box 6, Folder 10There'll Be a Hot Time for the Old Men While the Young Men Are away
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geo. W. Meyer
  • Lyricist: Grant Clarke
  • Performer: Maurice Burkhart, Frank Mullane
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 11There'll Be a Hot-time When the Boys Are Mustered Out
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harold Dixon
  • Lyricist: Captain Leland Yerdon
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Dixon-Lane Pub. Co.
Box 6, Folder 12There's a Battlefield in Every Mother's Heart
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: M. Kay Jerome
  • Lyricist: Howard E. Rodgers
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Box 6, Folder 13There's a Girl Who Is Knitting for You
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Florence Mills Nixson
  • Lyricist: George Hopkins
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Florence Mills Nixson
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 14There's a Great Day Coming!
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: William Arms Fisher
  • Lyricist: Leona Upton
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co.
Box 6, Folder 15There's a Green Hill Out in Flanders
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Allan J. Flynn
  • Lyricist: Allan J. Flynn
  • Performer: Florene Timponi
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Al. Piantadosi & Co.
Box 6, Folder 16There's a Happy Heart in Maryland and a Broken Heart in Brittany
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Jean Schwartz
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: FM
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 6, Folder 17There's a Light Shining Bright in the Window To-Night
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: C. Arthur Pfeiffer
  • Lyricist: C. Arthur Pfeiffer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: EH Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Box 6, Folder 18There's a Little Bit if Irish Everywhere
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Frankie Williams & Dave Dreyer
  • Lyricist: Frankie Williams & Dave Dreyer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Underwood & Underwood (photo)
  • Publisher: Krey Pub. Co., New York
Box 6, Folder 19There's a Little Blue Star in the Window and It Means All the World to Me
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: F. Henri Klickmann
  • Lyricist: Paul B. Armstrong
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 20There's a Little Gold Star in the Service Flag
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harold B. Freeman
  • Lyricist: Joe Cronson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harold Freeman Music Co.
Box 6, Folder 21There's a Little Spark of Love Still Burning
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Fred Fischer
  • Lyricist: Joe McCarthy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
Box 6, Folder 22There's a Long, Long Trail
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Zo Elliott
  • Lyricist: Stoddard King
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 6, Folder 23There's an Angel Missing from Heaven
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Robert Speroy
  • Lyricist: Paul B. Armstrong
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 24There's a Service Flag Flying at Our House
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Al. W. Brown
  • Lyricist: Thomas Hoier & Bernie Grossman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 25There's a Sweet Little Girl and She's Waiting for Me
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: R.A. Browne
  • Lyricist: Paul Wilson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Dunk
  • Publisher: Church Paxson & Co.
Box 6, Folder 26There's a Vacant Chair in Every Home To-night
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Ernest Breuer
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Richmond Publishers, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 27There's Something 'Bout a Uniform that Makes the Ladies Fall
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Abner Silver
  • Lyricist: Henry Fink
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 6, Folder 28They Acted Like the G.A.R.'S
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Arthur Keefe
  • Lyricist: Walter Tobin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Legion Allied Veterans
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 29They Put Our Little Percy in the Brig
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: E. Clinton Keithley
  • Lyricist: Wm. J. Redford
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: H.
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Box 6, Folder 30They're Coming Back
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Sam Habelow
  • Lyricist: Sam Habelow
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer (1)
  • Publisher: Jeffrey & Habelow
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 31They're On Their Way To Mexico
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Belle Baker, Gertrude Morgan
  • Illustrator: John Frew
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 32They're On Their Way to Germany
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Halsey K. Mohr
  • Lyricist: Halsey K. Mohr
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 6, Folder 33They Were All Out of Step But Jim
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Blanche Ring
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 34Tho' I Shared My Love with Uncle Sam I Gave My Heart To You
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Leo T. Corcoran
  • Lyricist: Leo T. Corcoran
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Fisher
  • Publisher: Leo T. Corcoran, Music Publisher
Box 6, Folder 35Those Draftin' Blues
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Maceo Pinkard
  • Lyricist: Maceo Pinkard
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Natwick
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 36Three Wonderful Letters from Home
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: James F. Hanley
  • Lyricist: Joe Goodwin & Ballard MacDonald
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 37Thtop Your Thtuttering Jimmy
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Hal Blake Cowles
  • Lyricist: Hal Blake Cowles
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Lionel S. Reiss
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
Box 6, Folder 38Till We Meet Again
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Richard A. Whiting
  • Lyricist: Raymond B. Egan
  • Performer: Dorothy Ward
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 5 copies
Box 6, Folder 39A Tiny Bunch of Violets
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Frank Magine
  • Lyricist: Joe Lyons
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Roger Graham
Box 6, Folder 40Tom, Dick and Harry and Jack
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Milton Ager
  • Lyricist: Howard Johnson
  • Performer: Uncle Sam Trio
  • Illustrator: Henry Hutt
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
Box 6, Folder 41Uncle Sam Has His Arms Around the Whole World
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Homer Grunn
  • Lyricist: Roa A. Robbins
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Homer Grunn
Box 6, Folder 42Uncle Sammy (March - Two Step)
  • Copyright Date: 1904
  • Composer: Abe. Holzmann
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Carter
  • Publisher: Leo Feist
Box 6, Folder 43Uncle Sammy Here's My Share
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: John Henry Lyons
  • Lyricist: John Henry Lyons
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: John Henry Lyons
Box 6, Folder 44Uncle Sammy Is A-Calling You
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Jimmie N. Hall
  • Lyricist: Jimmie N. Hall
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unkmown
  • Publisher: W.A. Quincke & Co.
Box 6, Folder 45Uncle Sammy's Army
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: H.M. Dolph
  • Lyricist: M.H. Morse
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: The Whitney-Warner Pub. Co.
Box 6, Folder 46Uncle Sammy's Girl
  • Copyright Date: 1907
  • Composer: Herbert H. Taylor
  • Lyricist: Herbert H. Taylor
  • Performer: Bessie Tannehill
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: New York Pub. House
Box 6, Folder 47Uncle Sam's Ships
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Daisy M. Erd
  • Lyricist: Daisy M. Erd
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: ES Fisher (?)
  • Publisher: Daisy M. Erd
Box 6, Folder 48Victorious America
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Clarence M. Jones
  • Lyricist: Clarence M. Jones
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root & Co.
Box 6, Folder 49Victory
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Nicholas Colangelo
  • Lyricist: Nicholas Colangelo
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Nicholas Colangelo
Box 6, Folder 50Wait For Your Honey Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: C. Arthur Pfeiffer
  • Lyricist: C. Arthur Pfeiffer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 51Wake Up America
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Jack Glogau
  • Lyricist: George Graff, Jr.
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 52Wake Up and Give the Boys a Bonus
  • Copyright Date: 1923
  • Composer: Hewitt Toland
  • Lyricist: Hewitt Toland
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Colourd Heurlig
  • Publisher: Matthias Post, American Legion
Box 6, Folder 53The Waltz Must Change to a March, Marie!
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: J. Fred Helf
  • Lyricist: Arthur J. Lamb
  • Performer: Harry A. Elllis
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Helf & Hager Co.
Box 6, Folder 54War
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: James H. Rogers
  • Lyricist: Dana Burnet
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co.
Box 6, Folder 55War Babies
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: James F. Hanley
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald & Edward Madden
  • Performer: Al Jolson
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 56War Brides
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: John C. Calhoun
  • Lyricist: John C. Calhoun
  • Performer: Nazimova
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 6, Folder 57Watch Hope and Wait Little Girl, "I'm Coming Back to You"
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Will Clayton
  • Lyricist: Lew Brown
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton (c. 2)
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
  • 4 copies (same tune but 2 different versions)
Box 6, Folder 58Way Down There a Dixie Boy Is Missing
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Harry Tierney
  • Lyricist: Stanley Murphy
  • Performer: Belle Baker
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 59We Don't Want the Bacon, What We Want Is a Piece of the Rhine
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: "Kid" Howard Carr, Harry Russell & Jimmie Havens
  • Lyricist: "Kid" Howard Carr, Harry Russell & Jimmie Havens
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 6, Folder 60We Stopped Them at the Marne
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Lieutenant Gitz Rice
  • Lyricist: Lieutenant Gitz Rice
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
Box 6, Folder 61Wee, Wee Marie
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Fred Fisher
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan & Joe McCarthy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: McCarthy & Fisher, Inc., New York
  • 3 copies
Box 6, Folder 62Welcome Home
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Ed. Nelson
  • Lyricist: Bud Green
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: A.J. Stasny Music Co.
Box 6, Folder 63Welcome Home
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Daisy M. Erd
  • Lyricist: Daisy M. Erd
  • Performer: Daisy M. Erd
  • Illustrator: ES Fisher
  • Publisher: Daisy M. Erd
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 64Welcome Home, Laddie Boy, Welcome Home
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Gus Edwards
  • Lyricist: Will D. Cobb
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Dunk
  • Publisher: M. Witmark
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 65We'll Build a Little Home in the U.S.A.
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Chas. Elbert
  • Lyricist: Howard Welsey
  • Performer: Bernard Granville
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 66We'll Carry the Star Spangled Banner Thru the Trenches
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Daisy M. Erd
  • Lyricist: Daisy M. Erd
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: ES Fisher (1)
  • Publisher: Lang & Mendelsohn (2) and District Welfare Aide, Boston Navy Shipyard
  • 3 copies
Box 6, Folder 67We'll Do Our Share (While You're Over There)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Jack Egan
  • Lyricist: Lew Brown & Al Harriman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 68We'll Follow the Stars and Stripes to H-E-Double-L To Win For Uncle Sam
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Waldo Reed
  • Lyricist: Waldo Reed
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: American Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 69We'll Keep the Things Going 'Till the Boys Come Home (Won't We Girls?)
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Alfred Solman
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Performer: Marguerite Fay
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co., New York
Box 6, Folder 70We'll Knock the Heligo-Into Heligo Out of Heligoland
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Theodore Morse
  • Lyricist: John O'Brien
  • Performer: W.J. Reilly
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
Box 6, Folder 71We'll Lick the Kaiser If It Takes Us Twenty Years
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Ralph L. Grosvenor
  • Lyricist: Ralph L. Grosvenor
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Ralph L. Grosvenor
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 72We'll Never Let Our Old Flag Fall
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: M.F. Kelly
  • Lyricist: Albert E. MacNutt
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: John Hanna
  • 3 copies
Box 6, Folder 73We're All going Calling on the Kaiser
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: James A. Brennan
  • Lyricist: Jack Caddigan
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 74We're in the Army Now
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Isham Jones
  • Lyricist: Tell Taylor & Ole Olsen
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Tell Taylor
Box 6, Folder 75We're Bound to Win with Boys Like You
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Kendis, Brockman & Nat Vincent
  • Lyricist: Kendis, Brockman & Nat Vincent
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Kendis-Brockman & Vincent
Box 6, Folder 76We're Building a Bridge to Berlin
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Bart. E. Grady
  • Lyricist: C.K. Gordon
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 6, Folder 77We're Coming Back to California
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Frank Walterstein
  • Lyricist: Ralph Hogan
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: S. Taber Des.
  • Publisher: Sherman, Clay & Co.
Box 6, Folder 78We're Going Over
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Andrew B. Sterling, Bernie Grossman & Arthur Lange
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterling, Bernie Grossman & Arthur Lange
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co., New York
  • 3 copies
Box 7
Box 7, Folder 1We're Going to Get Along Without the Kaiser
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Charles Durham
  • Lyricist: Charles Durham
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Charles Durham
Box 7, Folder 2We're Going to Hang the Kaiser
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Kendis & Brockman
  • Lyricist: Kendis & Brockman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Kendis-Brockman Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 3We're Going to Take the Sword Away From William
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Willie Weston
  • Lyricist: Willie Weston
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Kalmar, Puck & Abrahams
Box 7, Folder 4We're On Our Way to France
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Ned Clay
  • Lyricist: D.M. Buchanan
  • Performer: Frederick D. Shaw
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Seidel Music Pub. Co.
Box 7, Folder 5We Want Our Daddy Dear, Back Home
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry De Costa
  • Lyricist: James M. Reilly
  • Performer: Aida Horton
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 7, Folder 6We Will Show Them What America Can Do
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Sidney B. Wright
  • Lyricist: Sidney B. Wright
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: S.B. Wright
Box 7, Folder 7We Won
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Fred Mohr
  • Lyricist: Dick Strong
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Ferwa Music Co.
Box 7, Folder 8We Won't Be With You To-Morrow, To-Day We March Away
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: George L. Boyden
  • Lyricist: George L. Boyden
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: George L. Boyden
Box 7, Folder 9What Are You Going To Do To Help the Boys
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Lyricist: Gus Kahn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 10What Kind of American Are You?
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Lew. Brown & Chas. McCarron
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
Box 7, Folder 11What'll We Do With Him Boys?
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Arthur Lange
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Performer: W.J. Reilly
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 12What's the Matter With You?
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Clifton Crawford
  • Lyricist: Clifton Crawford
  • Performer: Clifton Crawford, George Baldwin
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms
Box 7, Folder 13When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Alfred Bryan, Cliff Hess & Edgar Leslie
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan, Cliff Hess & Edgar Leslie
  • Performer: Belle Baker
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Box 7, Folder 14When a Blue Service Star Turns to Gold
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Theodore Morse
  • Lyricist: Casper Nathan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
Box 7, Folder 15When Dewey Comes Sailing Home
  • Copyright Date: 1899
  • Composer: Kerry Mills
  • Lyricist: John Langdon
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: F.A. Mills
Box 7, Folder 16When Germany Licks England, Old Ireland Will Be Free
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Chas. A. Meyers
  • Lyricist: Chas. A. Meyers
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Independent Music Pub.
Box 7, Folder 17When I Come Back To You
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Wm. Tracey & Jack Stern
  • Lyricist: Wm. Tracey & Jack Stern
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Douglas & Newman Music Co.
Box 7, Folder 18When I Get Back to My American Blighty
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Arthur Fields
  • Lyricist: Theodore Morse
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist
  • 3 copies
Box 7, Folder 19When I See You, I See Red White and Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Grant Clark
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Kalmar, Puck & Abrahams
Box 7, Folder 20When I Send You a Picture of Berlin
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Frank Fay, Ben Ryan, & Dave Dreyer
  • Lyricist: Frank Fay, Ben Ryan, & Dave Dreyer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 21When It Comes to a Lovingless Day
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Jack Frost
  • Lyricist: Jack Frost
  • Performer: Eva Tanguay
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Frank K. Root
Box 7, Folder 22When It's Over, Over There Molly Darlin'
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Benjamin Purrington & Neil Moret
  • Lyricist: Benjamin Purrington & Neil Moret
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Daniels & Wilson
Box 7, Folder 23When Our Mothers Rule the World
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Jack Wells
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick
Box 7, Folder 24When Pershing's Men Go Marching Into Picardy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: James H. Rogers
  • Lyricist: Dana Burnet
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co.
Box 7, Folder 25When The Apple Blossoms Bloom in France
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry C. Elsesser & J. Edwin Allemong
  • Lyricist: Harold Freeman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Imperial Music Co.
Box 7, Folder 26When the Band from Dixieland Plays "La Marseillaise"
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: A.J. Gibson
  • Lyricist: Chas. Howard Shaw
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 7, Folder 27When the Band Plays Indiana
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Billy Gaston
  • Lyricist: Billy Gaston
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 28When the Boys Come Home
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Oley Speaks
  • Lyricist: John Hay
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: P. Van Bureat
  • Publisher: G. Schirmer
  • 3 copies
Box 7, Folder 29When the Boys From Dixie Eat the Melon on the Rhine
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Ernest Breuer
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Maurice Richmond Music Co.
Box 7, Folder 30When the Flag Goes By
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: George B. Nevin
  • Lyricist: Marion Dearborn Merry
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 7, Folder 31When the Flowers Bloom On No Man's Land
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Howard E. Rogers
  • Performer: Willie Smith, Fred Weber
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Kalmar, Puck & Abrahams
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 32When the Lusitania Went Down
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Charles McCarron & Nat Vincent
  • Lyricist: Charles McCarron & Nat Vincent
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist
  • 3 copies
Box 7, Folder 33When the Soldier Boys Come Marching Home
  • Publication Date:
  • Composer: Frank D. Hall
  • Lyricist: Frank D. Hall
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: The Hall Publishing Co.
Box 7, Folder 34When the Sun Goes Down in France
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Gilbert C. Tennant
  • Lyricist: Gilbert C. Tennant
  • Performer: Christopher & Walton; Frank & Rae Warner
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 35When the War Is O'er Mom
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Addison Junior
  • Lyricist: Addison Junior
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: David A. Blake, Jr.
Box 7, Folder 36When the War is Over I'll Return to You
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Fredric Watson
  • Lyricist: Bide Dudley
  • Performer: Miss Justine Johnstone
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Meyer Cohen Music Pub. Co.
Box 7, Folder 37When the Yankees Yank the Kaiser Off His Throne!
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: W.J. Quinn
  • Lyricist: A.M. Robinette
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: A.M. Robinette
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 38When the "Yanks" Come Marching Home
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Seymour Furth
  • Lyricist: William Jerome
  • Performer: Nora Bayes, Wm. J. Reilly
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: William Jerome
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 39When They Get Down in Mexico
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: E. Magnus Quist
  • Lyricist: E. Magnus Quist
  • Performer: unknow
  • Illustrator: Daniels Wor
  • Publisher: E. Magnus Quist Pub. Co.
Box 7, Folder 40When Tommy Atkins Marries Dolly Grey
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Cobb & Edwards
  • Lyricist: Cobb & Edwards
  • Performer: Miss Blanche Ring
  • Illustrator: Etherington
  • Publisher: Gus Edwards Music Pub. Co.
Box 7, Folder 41When Tony Goes Over the Top
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Alex. Marr
  • Lyricist: Billy Frisch & Archie Fletcher
  • Performer: Billy Glason, Lillian Shaw, Gus Van & Joe Schenck
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co., New York
  • 4 copies
Box 7, Folder 42When We Go Over the Top
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Sidney B. Wright
  • Lyricist: Sidney B. Wright
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: S.B. Wright
Box 7, Folder 43When We Meet in the Sweet Bye and Bye
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Stanley Murphy
  • Lyricist: Stanley Murphy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 44When We Reach That Old Port Somewhere in France
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Sam. H. Stept
  • Lyricist: Al. Selden
  • Performer: Anna Chandler
  • Illustrator: Barbelle, Strauss Peyton (photo)
  • Publisher: A.J. Stasny Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 45When We Wind Up the Watch on the Rhine
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Gordon V. Thompson & William Davis
  • Lyricist: Gordon V. Thompson & William Davis
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 46When Yankee Doodle Learns to "Parlez-Vous Francais"
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Ed. Nelson
  • Lyricist: Will. Hart
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: A.J. Stasny Music Co.
Box 7, Folder 47When Yankee Doodle Sails Upon the Good Ship "Home, Sweet Home"
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Fred Fisher
  • Lyricist: Addison Burkhardt
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: McCarthy & Fisher
Box 7, Folder 48When Yankee Doodle Starts To Do, Good Bye Mexico
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: James R. Shannon
  • Lyricist: James R. Shannon
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: F.J.A. Forster Music Pub.
Box 7, Folder 49When You Come Back
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: George M. Cohan
  • Lyricist: George M. Cohan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Keller
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 50When You Come Back My Soldier Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Karl R. Goetze
  • Lyricist: Karl R. Goetze
  • Performer: 158th Infantry Band
  • Illustrator: Rozen & Co"C"
  • Publisher: Karl R. Goetze
Box 7, Folder 51When You're Lonesome For Someone Who's Lonesome For You
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Ted S. Barron
  • Lyricist: Harry Ralph
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Metropolis Music Co., New York
Box 7, Folder 52Where Do We Go From Here
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Howard Johnson & Percy Wenrich
  • Lyricist: Howard Johnson & Percy Wenrich
  • Performer: Arthur Fields; Josephine Davis; Harry Ellis; Harry Cooper, Santly & Norton, Jack Wise Brice & King, W.J. Reilly, Avon Comedy Four
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist
  • 12 copies
Box 7, Folder 53While You're Away
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: L. Wolfe Gilbert & Anatole Friedland
  • Lyricist: L. Wolfe Gilbert & Anatole Friedland
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: De Takacs
  • Publisher: Gilbert & Friedland
  • 4 copies
Box 7, Folder 54The White House Is the Light House of the World
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Isador Caesar & Alfred Bryan
  • Lyricist: Isador Caesar & Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick
Box 7, Folder 55The Whole World Is Calling You
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Clifton S. Anthony
  • Lyricist: Clifton S. Anthony
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: ES Fisher
  • Publisher: Clifton S. Anthony
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 56Who'll Take Care of the Harem
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Wm. J. Lewis
  • Lyricist: Jimmie Kaufmann & Archie Mayer
  • Performer: Bernard Granville
  • Illustrator: EH Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Maurice Richmond Music Co.
Box 7, Folder 57The Wild Irish Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Michael J. Fitzpatrick
  • Lyricist: Michael J. Fitzpatrick
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M.J. Fitzpatrick
Box 7, Folder 58Will You Wait Little Girl For Me
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Max Clay
  • Lyricist: Max Clay
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: ES Fisher
  • Publisher: D.W. Cooper
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 59The Winning Fight
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Abe Holzmann
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Underwood & Underwood (photo)
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
Box 7, Folder 60With the Rose (I Send This Heart of Mine)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Nat Osborne
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 7, Folder 61The Worst Is Yet To Come
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Bert Grant
  • Lyricist: Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 62Would You Rather Be a Colonel With an Eagle on Your Shoulder or a Private With a Chicken on Your Knee
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Sidney Mitchell
  • Performer: Eddie Cantor
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist
Box 7, Folder 63Yankee Boys
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: James I. Wray
  • Lyricist: Peter F. Regan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Peter F. Regan
Box 7, Folder 64The Yankee Division March
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Chick Story
  • Lyricist: None
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: V.C. Plunker
  • Publisher: D.W. Cooper
Box 7, Folder 65The Yankee Doodle Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1904
  • Composer: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Lyricist: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: F.A. Mills
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 66Yankee Doodle's Going To Berlin
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Kent Perkins
  • Lyricist: Kent Perkins
  • Performer: Vernon Stiles
  • Illustrator: E.E. Walton
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 7, Folder 67Yankee Girl I Am Coming Back to You
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Billy Timmins
  • Lyricist: Jack O'Brien
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Colonial Music Publishing Co.
Box 7, Folder 68Yankees on the Rhine
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: John A. O'Shea
  • Lyricist: F.N. Graves
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: W.S.
  • Publisher: F.N. Graves
Box 7, Folder 69The Yanks Are Over There Again
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Gladys de Pass Small
  • Lyricist: Gladys de Pass Small
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: G.D.S Music Publishers, New York
Box 7, Folder 70You Can't Blame the Girlies At All
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Abner Silver
  • Lyricist: Alex. Gerber
  • Performer: Gus Van & Joe Schenck
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Joe Morris Music Co.
Box 7, Folder 71You Can't Drive My Dreams Away
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Lieut. Gitz Rice
  • Lyricist: Lieut. Gitz Rice
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co.
Box 7, Folder 72You Can Tell By His Smile Or His Frown
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Walter J. Pond
  • Lyricist: W.H. Pease
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Fred
  • Publisher: The Pease Pond Publishing Co.
Box 7, Folder 73You Keep Sending 'Em Over and We'll Keep Knocking 'Em Down
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Ruby
  • Lyricist: Sidney D. Mitchell
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Box 7, Folder 74You'll Find Old Dixieland in France
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Geo. W. Meyer
  • Lyricist: Grant Clarke
  • Performer: Bert Williams
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 4 copies
Box 7, Folder 75You'll Have To Put Him To Sleep with the Marseillaise And Wake Him Up With a OO-La-La
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Andrew Sterling
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.H. Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 76Young America We're Strong For You
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: William McKenna
  • Lyricist: William McKenna
  • Performer: Six Brown Bros. with Montgomery & Stone
  • Illustrator: Walt Universal Art Services
  • Publisher: F.B. Haviland, New York
Box 7, Folder 77Your Boy Is On the Coal Pile Now
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Seaman Sam Ward
  • Lyricist: William McKenna
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: R.S.
  • Publisher: Leo. Feist, New York
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 78Your Country Needs You Now
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: Rennie Cormack
  • Lyricist: Al. Dubin
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 79You're a Grand Old Flag
  • Copyright Date: 1906, 1933
  • Composer: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Lyricist: Geo. M. Cohan
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: F.A. Mills, New York
  • 3 copies
Box 7, Folder 80You're on the Right Side of the Ocean
  • Copyright Date: 1938
  • Composer: Charles McCarthy, John Redmond, & Bob Miller
  • Lyricist: Charles McCarthy, John Redmond, & Bob Miller
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Bob Miller, Inc.
Box 7, Folder 81You're the Greatest Little Mothers in the World
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Joe Young & Sam M. Lewis
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.
Box 7, Folder 82Your Lips Are No Man's Land But Mine
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Chas R. McCarron & Carey Morgan
  • Lyricist: Arthur Guy Empey
  • Performer: Carl S. Graves
  • Illustrator: Brown Bros. (photo)
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York
  • 3 copies
Box 7, Folder 83Your Mother's Gone Away To Join the Army
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Raymond Walker
  • Lyricist: Thomas J. Gray
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: hirt
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corporation
Box 7, Folder 84Your Mother is Thinking of You
  • Copyright Date: 1923
  • Composer: Glenn M. Desmond
  • Lyricist: Bill Stinger
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Glenn M. Desmond
  • 2 copies
Box 7, Folder 85You've Got To Go in or Go Under
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Lieutenant Gitz Rice
  • Lyricist: Percival Knight
  • Performer: Lieutenant Gitz Rice
  • Illustrator: White
  • Publisher: G. Ricordi & Co., New York
  • 2 copies

Series 2: World War II Sheet Music

(2 Boxes)

Subseries A: Wartime

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1America! Lets Go!
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Fay Foster
  • Lyricist: Florence Tarr
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Boston Music Co.
Box 1, Folder 2Anchors Aweigh (The Song of the Navy)
  • Copyright Date: 1907, 1930, 1935, 1942 & 1943 (c.3)
  • Composer: Alferd H. Miles (c.3) & Chas. A. Zimmerman (revised melody by D. Savino)
  • Lyricist: Chas. A. Zimmerman (revised lyric by George D. Lottman)
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Robbins Music Corporation
  • 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 3And Russia Is Her Name
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jerome Kern
  • Lyricist: E.Y. Harburg
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 4Angels of Mercy
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: American National Red Cross
Box 1, Folder 5Any Bonds Today? (Theme Song of the National Defense Savings Program)
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Henry Morgenthau
Box 1, Folder 6The Army Air Corps (Official Song of the U.S. Army Air Corps)
  • Copyright Date: 1939 & 1942 (c.3)
  • Composer: Robert Crawford
  • Lyricist: Robert Crawford
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Carl Fischer
  • 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 7Arms for the Love of America
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Army Ordnance Association
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 8Bell Bottom Trousers
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Moe Jaffe
  • Lyricist: Moe Jaffe
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy Inc.
Box 1, Folder 9The Bombardier Song
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Richard Rodgers
  • Lyricist: Lorenz Hart
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Im-Ho
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co. Inc., New York
Box 1, Folder 10A Boy in Khaki - A Girl in Lace
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Allie Wrubel
  • Lyricist: Charles Newman
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Im-Ho
  • Publisher: ABC Music Corporation
Box 1, Folder 11British Eighth March
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Zo Elliott
  • Lyricist: None
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Carl Fischer
Box 1, Folder 12Buy a Bond
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Jimmy McHugh & Harold Adamson
  • Lyricist: Jimmy McHugh & Harold Adamson
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: None
  • Publisher: Jimmy McHugh & Harold Adamson
Box 1, Folder 13Buy a Bond Today
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Hal Block
  • Lyricist: Hal Block
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Paramount Music Corporation
Box 1, Folder 14The Caissons Go Rolling Along
  • Copyright Date: 1921, 1936
  • Composer: Edmund L. Gruber
  • Lyricist: Edmund L. Gruber
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • Featured in the 20th Century Fox Picture "Ten Gentlemen From West Point" (1942)
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 15Can't You Read Between the Lines?
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Julie Styne & Sammy Cahn
  • Lyricist: Julie Styne & Sammy Cahn
  • Performer: Sammy Kaye
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 1, Folder 16Comin' In On A Wing And A Prayer
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jimmy McHugh
  • Lyricist: Harold Adamson
  • Performer: Eddie Cantor; Lulu Bates (c.4)
  • Illustrator: Sorokin
  • Publisher: Robbins Music Corporation
  • 4 copies
Box 1, Folder 17Counting the Days
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Alex Kramer
  • Lyricist: Hy Zaret
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy, Inc.
Box 1, Folder 18Cowpens Battleground
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Geoffrey O'Hara
  • Lyricist: Harry Russell Wilkins
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Daughters of the American Revolution
Box 1, Folder 19Dear Mom
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Maury Coleman Harris
  • Lyricist: Maury Coleman Harris
  • Performer: Kate Smith
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Republic Music Corp.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 20Der Fuehrer's Face
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Oliver Wallace
  • Lyricist: Oliver Wallace
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Walt Disney
  • Publisher: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc.
  • Featured in the Walt Disney Picture "Der Fuehrer's Face"
  • 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 21Don't Let It Happen Again
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Sgt. Henry Prichard
  • Lyricist: Sgt. Henry Prichard
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc.
Box 1, Folder 22Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Lew Brown, Charlie Tobias & Sam H. Stept
  • Lyricist: Lew Brown, Charlie Tobias & Sam H. Stept
  • Performer: The Andrews Sisters
  • Illustrator: Sorokin
  • Publisher: Robbins Music Corporation
Box 1, Folder 23Ev'rybody, Ev'ry Payday
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Dick Uhl
  • Lyricist: Tom Adair
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Henry Morgenthau
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 24Ev'ry Little Bit Helps
  • Copyright Date: 1904, 1932 & 1942
  • Composer: Fred Fisher
  • Lyricist: George Whiting (new lyrics by George Graff)
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: None
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.(1904); Fred Fisher (1942)
Box 1, Folder 25Ev'ry One's A Fighting Son Of That Old Gang Of Mine
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Irving Caesar, Willie Raskin & Gerald Marks
  • Lyricist: Irving Caesar, Willie Raskin & Gerald Marks
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Irving Caesar
Box 1, Folder 26Favorite Songs of the Red Army and Navy (compiled and edited by David J. Grunes)
  • (includes: Our Soviet Land; No, We Will Never Be Slaves;Mother's Advice; We Will Destroy The Fascists; Russian Borders (From Border Unto Border); Our Rifle; Our Tachanka; Air Corps Song; Song of the Infantry; Song of the Tank Brigade; Blue Jacket(Red Navy Song); Hail Stalingrad; Treat The Fascists Right (Red Navy Song); Our Brave Generals; Song of the Plains (Meadowland)
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Various
  • Lyricist: Various
  • Performer: Various
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Russian-American Music Publishers, Inc.
  • Foreword by Paul Robeson
Box 1, Folder 27A Fellow On A Furlough
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Bobby Worth
  • Lyricist: Bobby Worth
  • Performer: Freddy Martin
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Martin Block Pub. Co., Inc.
Box 1, Folder 28The Freedom Train
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Hal Weinstein
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin
Box 1, Folder 29G. I. Jive
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Johnny Mercer
  • Lyricist: Johnny Mercer
  • Performer: Johnny Mercer with Paul Weston and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Holley
  • Publisher: Capitol Songs, Inc.
  • 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 30Give a Cheer for the Boys in Australia
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Joseph Gaudet
  • Lyricist: Joseph Gaudet
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: MD
  • Publisher: The American Music Co.
Box 1, Folder 31Go Back Where You Belong
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Joe F. Weber
  • Lyricist: Joe F. Weber
  • Performer: "Russ" Morgan
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Joe F. Weber
Box 1, Folder 32God Bless America (incomplete, missing pages 3 & 4)
  • Copyright Date: 1938
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Kate Smith
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin, Inc.
Box 1, Folder 33Good Night, Wherever You Are
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Dick Robertson, Al Hoffman & Frank Weldon
  • Lyricist: Dick Robertson, Al Hoffman & Frank Weldon
  • Performer: Ginny Simms
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 34Goodbye Dear, I'll Be Back in a Year
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Mack Kay
  • Lyricist: Mack Kay
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Cliff Miska
  • Publisher: Coast to Coast Music Corp.
Box 1, Folder 35Goodbye Mama (I'm Off To Yokohama)
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: J. Fred Coots
  • Lyricist: J. Fred Coots
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
Box 1, Folder 36Goodnight Soldier
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Harry Johnson
  • Lyricist: Harry Johnson
  • Performer: Judy Canova
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Joe Cascales Publications
  • 5 copies
Box 1, Folder 37He Wears a Pair of Silver Wings
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Michael Carr
  • Lyricist: Eric Maschwitz
  • Performer: Alvino Ray; Dinah Shore; Jerry Wald and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Sig-Ch
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 38He's My Uncle
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Lew Pollack
  • Lyricist: Charles Newman
  • Performer: Dick Powell
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Bregman, Vocco & Conn. Inc.
Box 1, Folder 39He's 1-A In The Army (Amnd He's A-1 In My Heart)
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Redd Evans
  • Lyricist: Redd Evans
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Chelson
  • Publisher: Valiant Music Co.
Box 1, Folder 40Heave Ho! My Lads, Heave Ho! (Official Song of the Merchant Marine)
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jack Lawrence
  • Lyricist: Jack Lawrence
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Leeds Music Corporation
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 41Here Comes the Navy
  • Copyright Date: 1934
  • Composer: Lew Brown, W.A. Timm & Jaromir Vejvoda
  • Lyricist: Clarence P. Oakes
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Sig-Ch
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 42Here's To You, MacArthur
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Walter Kent
  • Lyricist: Nat Brown
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Sig-Ch
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 1, Folder 43I Just Kissed Your Picture Goodnight
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Walter Kent
  • Lyricist: Mack David
  • Performer: Dale Evans; Joan Brooks
  • Illustrator: IM
  • Publisher: Crawford Music Corporation
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 44I Took My Girl To An Army Dance
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Mickey Stoner & Alex. M. Kramer
  • Lyricist: Mickey Stoner & Alex. M. Kramer
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Nationwide Songs Inc.
Box 1, Folder 45I'll Be Home For Christmas
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Kim Gannon, Walter Kent, & Buck Ram
  • Lyricist: Kim Gannon, Walter Kent, & Buck Ram
  • Performer: Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Charles Warren; selling agent: Melrose Music Corp.
Box 1, Folder 46I'll Pray For You
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Arthur Altman
  • Lyricist: Kim Gannon
  • Performer: Dennis Day; Brad Reynolds
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Harms Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 47In My Arms
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Frank Lesser & Ted Grouya
  • Lyricist: Frank Lesser & Ted Grouya
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Saunders Pub.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 48In My Heart Next To Mother
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: H.A. Kierman
  • Lyricist: H.A. Kierman
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: E.S. Fisher
  • Publisher: H.A. Kierman, Boston
Box 1, Folder 49It's Great To Be An American
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Jimmie Crane
  • Lyricist: Ray Muffs
  • Performer: Celia Moreau's W.J.A.R. Kiddie Revue
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: C. & M. Music Co.
Box 1, Folder 50It's Up to You-In Forty-Two
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: W.R. Williams & Howard Peterson
  • Lyricist: W.R. Williams & Howard Peterson
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: None
  • Publisher: Will Rossiter
Box 1, Folder 51I've Been Drafted (Now I'm Drafting You)
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Lyle Moraine & Chuck Foster
  • Lyricist: Lyle Moraine & Chuck Foster
  • Performer: Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Vanguard Songs Inc.
Box 1, Folder 52Johnny Doughboy Found a Rose in Ireland
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Kay Twomey & Al Goodhart
  • Lyricist: Kay Twomey & Al Goodhart
  • Performer: Gracie Fields; Kenny Baker; Dennis Day
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Crawford Music Corporation
  • 4 copies
Box 1, Folder 53Johnny Zero
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Vee Lawnhurst
  • Lyricist: Mack David
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 54Just a Blue Serge Suit
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Cesareo
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin
Box 1, Folder 55Just a Prayer Away
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: David Kapp
  • Lyricist: Charles Tobias
  • Performer: Sammy Kaye; Johnnie Jonhston; Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 1, Folder 56Keep 'Em Flying
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Bill Coleman
  • Lyricist: Bill Coleman
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Broadcast Music, Inc.
Box 1, Folder 57Land of the Free
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: H. Ben Bolt
  • Lyricist: H. Ben Bolt
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Haflay
  • Publisher: A-B Company
Box 1, Folder 58The Last Time I Saw Paris
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Jerome Kern
  • Lyricist: Oscar Hammerstein
  • Performer: Hidegarde; Kate Smith
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
  • Featured in the MGM Musical "Lady Be Good"
  • 4 copies
Box 1, Folder 59Let's Say a Prayer (For Somebody's Boy)
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Charles Farrow
  • Lyricist: Charles Farrow
  • Performer: Hum & Strum
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Bay State Music Co.
Box 1, Folder 60The Letter That Never Reached Home
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Edgar Leslie, Bernie Grossman, & Archie Gottler
  • Lyricist: Edgar Leslie, Bernie Grossman, & Archie Gottler
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Holley
  • Publisher: Leeds Musci Corporation
Box 1, Folder 61Light a Candle in the Chapel
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Harry Pease, Ed G. Nelson, & Duke Leonard
  • Lyricist: Harry Pease, Ed G. Nelson, & Duke Leonard
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Mill Music, Inc.
Box 1, Folder 62Lilliburlero: The Victory Song
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: attributed to Henry Purcell
  • Arranged by: Thomas Wood
  • Lyricist: Eric Linklater
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: W. Paxton & Co.
Box 1, Folder 63A Little Old Church in England
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin
Box 1, Folder 64A Little On The Lonely Side
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Dick Robertson, James Cavanaugh, & Frank Weldon
  • Lyricist: Dick Robertson, James Cavanaugh, & Frank Weldon
  • Performer: Jimmy Palmer; Guy Lombardo
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Advanced Music Corporation
  • 2 copies
Box 1, Folder 65aMairzy Doats
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Milton Drake, Al Hoffman & Jerry Livingston
  • Lyricist: Milton Drake, Al Hoffman & Jerry Livingston
  • Performer: Horace Heidt & Orchestra; Freddy Martin & Orchestra; George Olson & Orchestra; Bing Crosby; Ozzie Nelson & Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Miller Music Corp.
Box 1, Folder 65bMarch of the Volunteers (A Song Of Fighting China)
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Nieh-Erh
  • Lyricist: T'ien-Han, English version by Lorraine Noel Finley
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: The Boston Music Co.
Box 1, Folder 66The Marines' Hymn (From The Halls of Montezuma To The Shores of Tripoli)
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: L.Z. Phillips
  • Lyricist: L.Z. Phillips
  • Arranged By: John W. Schaum
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Boston Music Co.
Box 1, Folder 67The Men of the Merchant Marine
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Fred Waring & Jack Dolph
  • Lyricist: Fred Waring & Jack Dolph
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Rogin
  • Publisher: Words and Music, Inc.
Box 1, Folder 68Men of the Open Sea
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Harold Webster Cate
  • Lyricist: Harold Webster Cate
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Harold Webster Cate
Box 1, Folder 69Mother, My Pin Up Girl
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Maurice St. Clair
  • Lyricist: Maurice St. Clair
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: G. Winthrop & Co.
Box 1, Folder 70My Boy in Khaki
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Carolyn-Meyers-Klein
  • Lyricist: Carolyn-Meyers-Klein
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Victor Pub. Co.
Box 1, Folder 71New Songs of Old Glory
  • (Includes; I Love The Story of Dear Old Glory; The Flag That Waves For You And Me; Keep It Flying; We'll Fight For Old Glory; America Forever (Long May Old Glory Wave); The Boys of Uncle Sam; Land of the Red, White, and Blue; We Love the Flag of America; Blaze the Trail, Old Glory)
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Various
  • Lyricist: Various
  • Performer: Various
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Westmore Music Corporation
Box 1, Folder 72The Nickel Serenade
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Axel Remark, Frank Stanton & Del Sharbutt
  • Lyricist: Axel Remark, Frank Stanton & Del Sharbutt
  • Performer: The Andrew Sisters
  • Illustrator: Chelson
  • Publisher: Nationwide Songs, Inc.
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1No Letter Today
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Frankie Brown
  • Lyricist: Frankie Brown
  • Performer: The Hoosier Hot-Shots
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Peer International Corporation
Box 2, Folder 2Oh! They're Makin' Me All Over in the Army
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Ira Schuster, Paul Cunningham, & Leonard Whitcup
  • Lyricist: Ira Schuster, Paul Cunningham, & Leonard Whitcup
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Mercer & Morris, Inc.
Box 2, Folder 3Old Soldiers Never Die (They Just Fade Away)
  • Copyright Date: 1951
  • Composer: Lt. Barry Drewes
  • Lyricist: Lt. Barry Drewes
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Chas. H. Hansen Music Company
Box 2, Folder 4Onward America! (For Liberty)
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Gene Vincent
  • Lyricist: Joseph R. Adeock
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Inter-American Music Pub. co.
Box 2, Folder 5Over Here
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: A World War Veteran
  • Lyricist: A Descendant of New England Pioneers
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Patriotic Songs Publications
Box 2, Folder 6Please Write!
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Thomas Perry Ware
  • Lyricist: Thomas Perry Ware
  • Performer: Seabee Swing Band
  • Illustrator: Jilll
  • Publisher: Amsco Music Publishing Co.
Box 2, Folder 7Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition!!
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Frank Loesser
  • Lyricist: Frank Loesser
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Famous Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 8The Ramparts We Watch
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: W. Gordon Beecher
  • Lyricist: J.S. Tolder II
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Sam Fox Pub. Co.
  • Featured in "The March of Time" Picture "The Ramparts We Watch"
Box 2, Folder 9Remember Me While I'm Away
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Maurice St. Clair
  • Lyricist: Maurice St. Clair
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: G. Winthrop & Co.
Box 2, Folder 10Remember Pearl Harbor
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Don Reid & Sammy Kaye
  • Lyricist: Don Reid
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Republic Music Co.
Box 2, Folder 11Ridin' Herd On A Cloud
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Perry Botkin, Bernie Schwartz & Jon Bushallow
  • Lyricist: Perry Botkin, Bernie Schwartz & Jon Bushallow
  • Performer: Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Saunders Publications
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 12Rodger Young
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: PFC Frank Loesser
  • Lyricist: PFC Frank Loesser
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Bob Miller, Inc. & Frank Music Corp.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 13Rosie the Riveter
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Redd Evans & John Jacob Loeb
  • Lyricist: Redd Evans & John Jacob Loeb
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: IVJH
  • Publisher: Paramount Music Co., New York
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 14The Sailor With the Navy Blue Eyes
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Irving Taylor, Vic Mizzy & Al Hoffman
  • Lyricist: Irving Taylor, Vic Mizzy & Al Hoffman
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: No Cover
  • Publisher: Harry Tenney, Inc.
Box 2, Folder 15Say a Pray'r for the Boys
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jimmy McHugh
  • Lyricist: Herb Magidson
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Southern Music Pub. Co.
  • Featured in the Universal Picture "Hers To Hold"
Box 2, Folder 16Shout! Wherever You May Be, I Am an American
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Ira Schuster, Paul Cunningham & Leonard Whitcup
  • Lyricist: Ira Schuster, Paul Cunningham & Leonard Whitcup
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Mercer & Morris Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 17Silver Wings in the Moonlight
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Hugh Charles, Leo Towers & Sonny Miller
  • Lyricist: Hugh Charles, Leo Towers & Sonny Miller
  • Performer: Tommy Peluso (c. 1), George Olsen (c. 2)
  • Illustrator: Holley
  • Publisher: Miller Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 18Sky Anchors
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Fred Waring
  • Lyricist: Fred Waring
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Holley
  • Publisher: Words and Music Inc.
Box 2, Folder 19Soldier's Life
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Ethel Bridges
  • Lyricist: Tom B. Woodburn
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: T.B.W. (Tom B. Woodburn)
  • Publisher: Famous Music Corp.
Box 2, Folder 20Soldiers of Supply
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Leo & Hector Richard
  • Lyricist: Eugene Knight
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Nordyke Publishing Co.
Box 2, Folder 21Something to Write Home About
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Lou Schwartz & Carrick Douglas
  • Lyricist: Lou Schwartz & Carrick Douglas
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Manhattan Melodies Music Publisher
Box 2, Folder 22Song of Stalingrad
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: V. Mokrousov
  • Lyricist: V.Lebedev-Kumach, English translation by Harold J. Rome
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: AM-RUS Music Corp.
  • Featured in the Paramount Picture "The City That Stopped Hitler - Heroic Stalingrad"
Box 2, Folder 23Song of the Bombardiers
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: M.K. Jerome
  • Lyricist: Jack Scholl
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
  • Fearured in the RKO Radio Picture "Bombardier"
Box 2, Folder 24The Song of the Marines (We're Shovin' Right Off Again)
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Harry Warren
  • Lyricist: Al Dubin
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
  • Featured in the Warner Bros. Picture "The Singing Marine"
Box 2, Folder 25The Song of the Seabees
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Peter De Rose
  • Lyricist: Sam M. Lewis
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Robbins Music Corp.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 26Strip Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Johnny Mercer
  • Lyricist: Johnny Mercer
  • Performer: The Andrews Sisters
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
Box 2, Folder 27(I Love You - I Love You - I Love You) Sweetheart of All My Dreams
  • Copyright Date: 1926, renewed 1928 and 1945
  • Composer: Art Fitch, Kay Fitch & Bert Lowe
  • Lyricist: Art Fitch, Kay Fitch & Bert Lowe
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Fitch Brothers Pub. Co.
  • Featured in the Metro-Goldwun-Mayer Picture "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo"
Box 2, Folder 28Thank You America
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Walter Jurmann
  • Lyricist: Bernie Grossman
  • Performer: Unknown (Deanna Durbin?)
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
  • Featured in the Universal Picture "Nice Girl?"
Box 2, Folder 29Thank Your Lucky Stars And Stripes (You Live In The U.S.A.)
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Mack Kay & Curley Mahr
  • Lyricist: Mack Kay & Curley Mahr
  • Performer: Landt Trio
  • Illustrator: Cliff Miska
  • Publisher: Artists Music Corp.
Box 2, Folder 30Thanks To The Yanks
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Bob Hawk, Jack Meakin, & Robert Sour
  • Lyricist: Bob Hawk, Jack Meakin, & Robert Sour
  • Performer: Dolly Dawn
  • Illustrator: Marshad
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
  • Theme Song for the Bob Hawk radio program "Thanks to the Yanks"
Box 2, Folder 31There'll Always Be An England!
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Ross Parker & Hughie Charles
  • Lyricist: Ross Parker & Hughie Charles
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Gordon V. Thompson Limited
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 32(There'll Be A) Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin (When the Yanks Go Marching In)
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Joe Bushkin & John De Vries
  • Lyricist: Joe Bushkin & John De Vries
  • Performer: Frank Sinatra (c. 1), Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters (c.2)
  • Illustrator: Barbelle (c. 3)
  • Publisher: Barton Music Corp.
  • 3 copies
Box 2, Folder 33There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Paul Roberts & Shelby Darnell
  • Lyricist: Paul Roberts & Shelby Darnell
  • Performer: Elton Britt
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Bob Miller
  • 3 copies
Box 2, Folder 34They Started Somethin'
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Robert Sour, Don McCray & Ernest Gold
  • Lyricist: Robert Sour, Don McCray & Ernest Gold
  • Performer: Kate Smith
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 35This Is Worth Fighting For
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Edgar De Lange & Sam H. Stept
  • Lyricist: Edgar De Lange & Sam H. Stept
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Harms Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 36Thumbs Up
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Ben Franklin, Uriel Benjamin, Elliot Jacoby & Bobby Kroll
  • Lyricist: Ben Franklin, Uriel Benjamin, Elliot Jacoby & Bobby Kroll
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Alexander
  • Publisher: Doraine Music
Box 2, Folder 37Thumbs Up (To The British)
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Don Harris
  • Lyricist: Don Harris
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Axelrod Pub., Inc.
  • Signed by Don Harris
Box 2, Folder 38Til' Reveille
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Stanley Cowan & Bobby Worth
  • Lyricist: Stanley Cowan & Bobby Worth
  • Performer: Rudy Vallee
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Melody Lane Pub.
Box 2, Folder 39The Time Is Now
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Fred Waring
  • Lyricist: Fred Waring
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Words and Music, Inc.
Box 2, Folder 40A Touch of Texas
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Jimmy McHugh
  • Lyricist: Frank Loesser
  • Performer: Freddy Martin & Les Brown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Melody Lane Pub.
  • Featured in the RKO Radio Picture "7 Day's Leave"
Box 2, Folder 41United We Stand
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Samuel Meade
  • Lyricist: Herbert Rikles & Howard Dressner
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Mills Music Pub. Co.
  • Dedicated to 20th Century Fox's Picture
Box 2, Folder 42V. V. V. (The Triple V)
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Ben Kaplan & Frank Weston
  • Lyricist: Ben Kaplan & Frank Weston
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Axelrod Publications, Inc.
Box 2, Folder 43Victory Christmas
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Marie Clark Miller
  • Lyricist: Marie Clark Miller
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Metro Marr Publishers
Box 2, Folder 44The Victory Express
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Rhea Wallis Brown
  • Lyricist: Rhea Wallis Brown
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Shelby Music Pub. Co.
Box 2, Folder 45Vict'ry Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jule Styne
  • Lyricist: Samuel Cahn
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co., Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 46Wait For Me Mary
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Charlie Tobias, Nat Simon & Harry Tobias
  • Lyricist: Charlie Tobias, Nat Simon & Harry Tobias
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Harris
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
  • 3 copies
Box 2, Folder 47We Did It Before (And We Can Do It Again)
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Cliff Friend & Charlie Tobias
  • Lyricist: Cliff Friend & Charlie Tobias
  • Performer: Eddie Cantor
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: M. Whitmark & Sons
  • 2 copies
  • Featured in the Musical Comedy "Banjo Eyes"
Box 2, Folder 48We Mustn't Say Goodbye
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: James V. Monaco
  • Lyricist: Al Dubin
  • Performer: Sol Lesser
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
  • 2 copies
  • Featured in the United Artists Picture "Stage Door Canteen"
Box 2, Folder 49We're Gonna Have To Slap the Dirty Little Jap
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Bob Miller
  • Lyricist: Bob Miller
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Bob Miller
Box 2, Folder 50What Do You Do in the Infantry
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Frank Loesser
  • Lyricist: Frank Loesser
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Saunders Pub.
Box 2, Folder 51What Does a Soldier Dream Of?
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Dave Franklin
  • Lyricist: Dave Franklin
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
Box 2, Folder 52When Hitler Telephones for Help
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Leo & Hector Richard
  • Lyricist: William S. Anderson
  • Performer: Irving Siegel
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Success Music Co.
Box 2, Folder 53When I Heard Taps Blow That Night
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Rahland Wilson
  • Lyricist: Rahland Wilson
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Hazlewood
  • Publisher: Rahland Wilson
Box 2, Folder 54When the Allies Get Thru With You
  • Copyright Date:
  • Composer: Benjamin Harris
  • Lyricist: James S. Wade
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: BMI
Box 2, Folder 55When the Lights Go On Again (All Over The World)
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus & Bennie Benjemen
  • Lyricist: Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus & Bennie Benjemen
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Campbell, Loft & Porgie, Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 56When They Sound the Last All Clear
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Hugh Charles & Lewis Elton
  • Lyricist: Hugh Charles & Lewis Elton
  • Performer: Jerry Burton
  • Illustrator: SIG-CH
  • Publisher: Irwin Dash Music Co.
Box 2, Folder 57When You Hear the Sirens Blow
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Irving Caesar & Gerald Marks
  • Lyricist: Irving Caesar & Gerald Marks
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Caesar
  • Only has first page
Box 2, Folder 58(There'll Be Blue Birds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Walter Kent
  • Lyricist: Nat Burton
  • Performer: Wayne Van Dyne
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 2, Folder 59The Wings of England
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Harry Revel
  • Lyricist: Harold Adamson
  • Performer: Gracie Fields
  • Illustrator: None
  • Publisher: The Sun Music Publishing Co., London; Robbins Music Corp., New York
Box 2, Folder 60Wings to Victory
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Rod Lehigh
  • Lyricist: Dick Kirschbaum
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Famous Music Corp.
Box 2, Folder 61You'll Never Be Blue in a Blue Uniform
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: John Redmond
  • Lyricist: John Redmond
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Bob Miller, Inc.
Box 2, Folder 62You're a Sap, Mister Jap
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: James Cavanaugh, John Redmond & Nat Simon
  • Lyricist: James Cavanaugh, John Redmond & Nat Simon
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO (c. 1)
  • Publisher: Mills Music Inc.
  • Copy 2 has no cover
  • 2 copies

Subseries B: Between the Wars

Box 2, Folder 63The Air Force Takes Command
  • Copyright Date: 1954
  • Composer: Victor Young
  • Lyricist: Ned Washington & Tommy Thomson, Jr.
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Paramount Music Coporation
  • Featured in the Paramount Picture "Strategic Air Command"
Box 2, Folder 64Father of the Land We Love
  • Copyright Date: 1931
  • Composer: George M. Cohan
  • Lyricist: George M. Cohan
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: James Montgomery Flagg
  • Publisher: Sol Bloom
Box 2, Folder 65I'll Be Seeing You
  • Copyright Date: 1938
  • Composer: Sammy Fain
  • Lyricist: Irving Kahal
  • Performer: Freddy Martin
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Williamson Music, Inc.
Box 2, Folder 66Marching to Victory
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Claude Johnson
  • Lyricist:
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: National Music Pub. Co.
Box 2, Folder 67The Marines' Hymn (From The Halls of Montezuma to the Shores of Tripoli)
  • Copyright Dates: 1919; 1929; 1932; 1942
  • Composer & Lyricist: L.Z. Phillips
  • Arranged: A. Tregina; Fred K. Huffer; D. Savino; Rosamond Johnson*; Jeffrey Marlowe
  • Publishers: U.S. Marine Corps Publicity Bureau; U.S. Marine Corps Recruiting Bureau; Boston Music Company; Edward B. Marks Music Corp.*; Robbins Music Corp.; Chart Music Publishing House
  • Featured in the Twentieth Century-Fox film "To The Shores of Tripoli"*
  • 6 copies (all different covers)
Box 2, Folder 68The Navy Gets the Gravy, But the Army Gets the Beans
  • Copyright Date: 1950
  • Composer: Jerry Livingston
  • Lyricist: Mack David
  • Performer: Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis with Polly Bergen
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Paramount Music Corporation
Box 2, Folder 69An Open Letter To My Teenage Son
  • Copyright Date: 1967
  • Composer: Robert Thompson
  • Lyricist: Robert Thompson
  • Performer: Victor Lundberg
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: ASA Music Co.
Box 2, Folder 70Semper Paratus
  • Copyright Date: 1928
  • Composer: Francis Saltus Van Boskerck
  • Lyricist: Francis Saltus Van Boskerck
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Sam Fox
Box 2, Folder 71Since Katy the Waitress (Became an Aviatress)
  • Copyright Date: 1919, renewed 1951, 1960, 1961
  • Composer: Irving Bibo
  • Lyricist: Will Curtis
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: RS
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin, Inc.
Box 2, Folder 72Sound Off
  • Copyright Date: 1950, renewed 1951, 1960, 1961
  • Composer: Willie Lee Duckworth & Bernard Lentz
  • Lyricist: Willie Lee Duckworth & Bernard Lentz
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 2, Folder 73To Arms! To Arms!
  • Copyright Date: 1951
  • Composer: Wm. D. Wheatley
  • Lyricist: Riley W. Geary
  • Performer: Unknown
  • Illustrator: Fuller
  • Publisher: Riley W. Geary
Box 2, Folder 74U.S. That Means Us
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Monty Siegel
  • Lyricist: Monty Siegel
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Sing-Song Music Co.
Box 2, Folder 75The Universal Soldier
  • Copyright Date: 1963
  • Composer: Buffy Sainte-Marie
  • Lyricist: Buffy Sainte-Marie
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Woodmere Music
Box 2, Folder 76Waltzing Matilda
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Marie Cowan
  • Lyricist: A.B. Paterson
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Carl Fischer
  • 2 copies
Box 2, Folder 77We're a Couple of Soldiers, My Baby and Me
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: Harry Woods
  • Lyricist: Harry Woods
  • Performer:
  • Illustrator:
  • Publisher: Famous Music Corp.
Collection
Oh You Hesitating
Tango Trot
by Ethel Patterson
(Series III Box 3 f.21)

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