Guide to the Ralph Page Manuscript Collection, 1940-1985

Collection number: MC 92
Size: 84 boxes (24 cu.ft.)

About Ralph Page (1903-1985)

A lifelong resident of New Hampshire, Ralph George Page was born in Munsonville on January 28, 1903 and died on February 21, 1985 in Keene, where he had been living for many years. He married Ada Novak in 1945, and the following year they produced a daughter, Laura Susan. Two grandchildren, Seth and Erica, to whom Page was deeply devoted, were born in 1970 and 1974 respectively. Page is buried in the family plot in the Munsonville Cemetery.

Ralph Page’s career as a dance caller began quite accidentally. After leaving school, he held a number of full and part-time jobs and played guitar at local dances. On December 6, 1930 he was supposed to play at the Stoddard, N.H. dance when the scheduled caller, Harry Frazier, who had driven Ralph to the dance that night, developed laryngitis and informed him that he would have take over the calling duties. Though that night has been described as a “disaster,” Ralph continued to call for the next 54 years, pursuing his chosen occupation with such single-mindedness and application, as well as evident pleasure, that he became one of the leading callers of his time and an important figure in the history of traditional dance in America.

Page first gained recognition beyond his Keene, New Hampshire home area when, in 1943, he began leading a weekly square and contra dance at the YWCA in Boston, MA., a series which continued for 25 years. During the early days of the YWA dances, he befriended Michael Herman, and this friendship eventually led to a number of recordings for which Page furnished the music and calling, first on the Disc label in 1946 and then on Herman’s own Folk Dancer label in 1951. The squares and contras on the latter are among the most popular recordings of their kind. Page was one of three founders of the New England Folk Festival Association (NEFFA) in 1945 and served as its president for several years. The ongoing success of the annual NEFFA Festival, which takes place in April in the Boston area, and is the largest dance festival of its kind, can be attributed to Page’s early contributions. The festival’s blend of contra, square, and folk dancing with music, song, crafts, and food are an embodiment of Page’s own philosophy.

In April, 1949, Page began publication of his Northern Junket magazine, which he continued to publish single-handedly for 35 years, producing a total of 165 issues. Far-reaching in scope, each issue contained directions and tunes for squares, contras and folk dances as well as folk songs, recipes, riddles, tongue-twisters, old wives’ tales, and other folklife traditions, and there was always a forthright editorial. The magazine was a labor of love for Page: he did everything from editing the copy to affixing the stamps and carrying the finished, mimeographed copies to the post office.

Page was on the staff of the first Maine Folk Dance Camp in 1949, and the following year he and his wife established the first of a series of New Hampshire Folk Dance Camps. In 1950, Page began teaching at dance camps in Georgia, California, Canada, and in other parts of New England. This led, in the spring of 1956, to his being chosen by the State Department as one of five dance teachers to be included during a U.S. sponsored seven-week tour of Japan. In 1966, Page spent two months in England teaching and calling contra dances in a series of 37 events. A by-product of this visit to England was the recording by the Southerners Orchestra (from Kent) of an album entitled Southerners Plus Two Play Ralph Page, which contained eleven of Ralph’s original tunes. This record, together with a companion book, The Ralph Page Book of Contras, was produced by the English Folk Dance and Song Society.

In 1977, Ralph Page received the Granite State Award given to outstanding citizens of New Hampshire. This award acknowledged not only his talents as a dance teacher, caller, and musician, but also his contributions to community life as a selectman for Nelson, NH from 1932-1938 and as president of the Cheshire County Historical Society for 15 years. In 1980, Callerlab, an international square dance organization, honored Page with their Milestone Award at a Miami Beach ceremony.

As an omnivorous reader and a bibliophile, Page had two great loves – history and mystery stories. His passion for the former led him to many libraries and historical societies, where he sought out old dance books and manuscripts as well as accounts of significant or interesting New England happenings; his love of the latter spurred him to write mystery stories of his own, including an unpublished novel.

Biographical information from: Roger Knox & Ted Sannella, “Ralph Page: A Short Biography,” and from Keene State College Honors Convocation Program, Sunday, October 16, 1977.

About the Ralph Page Manuscript Collection

The Ralph Page Manuscript Collection contains Ralph’s correspondence (from the early 1940s until his death), personal notebooks, daily calendars, scrapbooks, numerous manuscripts (including an unpublished novel), dance calls and instruction, programs from folk festivals, camps, and dances, typescripts of early books on dancing, dance camp syllabi, sheet music, printed musical arrangements, instructional notebooks, films, and subject files that contain information on folk song and dance, folk culture, and other subject areas in which Ralph was interested, as well as memorabilia and photographs.

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], Ralph Page Manuscript Collection, 1940-1985, MC 92, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Puchased jointly with the New England Folk Festival Association (NEFFA) from Ada Page in 1986 (Accession number: 8686). Subsequent materials are mostly donations from multiple sources, usually associated with NEFFA (Accession numbers: multiple).

See also: Ralph Page’s library of approximately 600 books and periodicals (including a complete run of his own Northern Junket), pamphlets, and over 1,400 recordings.

Collection Contents

Series 1: Correspondence

(15 Boxes)

Subseries A: From Ralph Page

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1Letters from Ralph Page, 1938-1957:

To Lillian Abbott; Dick Anderson; Walter Buckminster; Heber Dunkle; Gene Gowing; Roger Knox; Ed Moody; Mr. Scarlett 1938 (3); John Southland

Box 1, Folder 2Letters from Ralph Page, 1959-1975:

To Don Armstrong; Charlie Baldwin; Rich Castner; Irvin Davis; Bill Freeman; Frank Kaltman; Rod Linnell; Verra Linnell; Michael McKernan 1983 (1); Lannie McQuaid; Gregoire Marcil; Don Messer; Ada Page; Laura Page; Ted Sannella; J. Howard Schultz; Marianne Taylor; Arthur Tufts

Box 1, Folder 3Letters from Ralph Page, 1976-1983:

To Alan Corkett; John M. Forbes; Chip Hendrickson; Kem Hillyer; Mary and Bill Jennings; Roger Knox; Bob Krebs; Dudley Laufman; Lannie McQuaid; Elanor Seegers

Box 1, Folder 4Letters from Ralph Page, 1984:

To Ed Butenhof [see correspondence from Butenhof, Box 2 f.19]; John M. Forbes; Chip Hendrickson; Ken and Fay Hillyer; Mary and Bill Jennings; Roger Knox; Lannie McQuaid; Ed Moody; David Sloane; W. Tracey; Bev and Ginny Wilder

Subseries B: To Ralph Page

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 5Fred and Linda Aalto; Lillian Abbott; Isidore Abramowitz; Joel Ackerman; Ann and Dave Adams; Leland Adams; Ralph Adams
Box 1, Folder 6Dorothy Agin; Jerr Agin; Julius Aginm; George Agoston; Bob and Jane Ailey; Alcazar Productions; Violet Alford; Alhambra (cigars); Bonnie Allen; Don Allen; Dorrie Allen; Elsie Allen; Peg Allmond; Katharine Alverson; Hollis Alpert
Box 1, Folder 7American Antiquarian Society; American Federation of Musicians; American Folklore Society; American Square Dance
Box 1, Folder 8American Squares, 1948
Box 1, Folder 9American Squares, 1949-1950
Box 1, Folder 10American Squares, 1951-1952
Box 1, Folder 11American Squares, 1953-1965
Box 1, Folder 12The American West; Bernice Anderson; Mrs. Cleo V. Anderson; Dick Anderson; Virginia Anderson; Pete and Hannah Andrews; Francisca Reyes Aquino, 1962(1)
Box 1, Folder 13Don Armstrong, 1954-1976
Box 1, Folder 14Don Armstrong, 1978-1983 and undated
Box 1, Folder 15Marie Armstrong, 1960-1984; Dorth and Hank Arnold, Nov 3, 1955 (1); Fige and Rachel Arnold, 1974-1975 (2); Margery Arnold, n.d. (2); Bruno Aron, 1956-1960 (3); Andre Arsenault, 1959-1976 (7); Maude Ashman, Nov, 18 1955 (1)
Box 1, Folder 16Association Press; Don and Sally Atkinson; Dick Atlee; Ed Austion; Mrs. Earl Avery; Will Ayer; Rochman Ayers
Box 1, Folder 17Meg and Bob Alyward; Lori Azzartio
Box 1, Folder 18Jean Babbitt and Martin Barharach, 1961-1973
Box 1, Folder 19Martin Barharach, 1974-1976
Box 1, Folder 20Martin Barharach, 1977-1979
Box 1, Folder 21Martin Barharach, 1980-1984
Box 1, Folder 22Gary W. Bacon; Kate Badrick; Majorie Baechler; Dick Baer; Hillie Bailey; Charlie Baldwin, 1949-1958 (16)
Box 1, Folder 23Charlie Baldwin, 1959-1964 (17)
Box 1, Folder 24Charlie Baldwin, 1966-1968 (20)
Box 1, Folder 25Charlie Baldwin, 1969-1971 (13)
Box 1, Folder 26Charlie Baldwin, 1972-1974 (18)
Box 1, Folder 27Charlie Baldwin, 1975-1978 (15)
Box 1, Folder 28Charlie Baldwin, 1979-1984 and undated (12)
Box 1, Folder 29Glenn Bannerman, 1960-1966
Box 1, Folder 30Glenn Bannerman, 1968-1981
Box 1, Folder 31Glenn Bannerman, 1982 and undated
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1J.B. Barbieri; E.T. Bardwell; Trevor Barker; F.W. Barrett; Beth Barrell (Yankee Magazine); Mary Barthelemy; Bill Barton; Beverly Bass; Perkins Bass
Box 2, Folder 2William Bauhan; Harold Bausch; Jeanne Bauvier; Roy Bay; John and Tina Beattie; Beaux n'Belles Square Dance Club; Ken Beck; Bob Beers; Frances Behan; Vyts F. Beliajus
Box 2, Folder 3G. Bell & Sons (1); Joesph and Beatrice Bell; Ruth Bell
Box 2, Folder 4Kelly Beller, 1980 (1); Claire Belya, 1959 (5); Jo Bemis, 1959-1975 (20)
Box 2, Folder 5John Bender; Nancy Bender; Bob Bennett; John Bennett; Mary and Dick Bennett; Dora Benton; Trina Benton
Box 2, Folder 6David Berkowitz; Leo Bernache; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bernard; Ben and April Bernstein; Al Berry; Marion Bertenshaw, 1963 (1); Linda Bethon; F. Furman Betts
Box 2, Folder 7L. Bickel; Tony Biconish; E.W. Bischoff; Bob Bish; Allison Bishop; Ralph Black; Robert Black; Betsy Blackwelder; John L. Blair; Judith Blank; Richard Blazej; Hildred and John Blewett; J. Earl Bley; Allan Block
Box 2, Folder 8Sunny Bloland; Howard Bloom; Florence Blume; Joe Blundon, 1947-1961 (5); Greg Boardman; Bud Boadsgaard; Olga Bogach, 1944; Jean Bollinger; Frank Bonner; Roland Booma; Rachel Boone; Harry and Elie Bortz; Paul Bossart; Boston Globe; Boston Herald
Box 2, Folder 9Boston YWCA (Mary Gillette, Robin Bowditch, others)
Box 2, Folder 10Harriet Botham; Pat Boucher; Jim Bowers; Lila and Frank Boyd; Eleanor Boyer; Joy Boykin; Linda Bradford; Edwin C. Brassington; W. Joseph Bray; Fred Breunig; Ewin Brewer; Carol, Joe, Jill and Terry Brick; Dave Bridgham
Box 2, Folder 11Dudley Briggs
Box 2, Folder 12Harry E. Brigham; Brigham Young University; Ben Brilliant; British Association of American Square Dance Clubs, 1966 (1); British Consulate-General, 1966 (1); Susan Broner (1); Earl Brooks (1); Camille Brochu (1); Jimmy Bronn; Johnny Brown; Maurice Brown; Vonnie Brown; Ed Brummer
Box 2, Folder 13Pat Brumquist; Al Brundage; Audrey Brundage; Bob Brundage; Gene Brundage; Mary Brundage; Darwin Bryan; Fred Bryant; Pauline Bubrick
Box 2, Folder 14Earl Buckley, 1951-1956
Box 2, Folder 15Earl Buckley, 1957-1982
Box 2, Folder 16Earl Buckley, undated
Box 2, Folder 17Hanny Budnick; Nancy Buckmaster; Merton Buckminster; Mildred Buhler; Mary Bumstead; Bill and Mary Bunning; Ivor Burge; Burgess Publishing Co.; Lee Burke; Curly Burnap; Haydon Burns, Governor of Flordia; Lynmn Burr; Merrill Burton; Thomas Burton
Box 2, Folder 18Leon Busby; Bu Bush; Elliott and Bunn Buskey
Box 2, Folder 19Ed and Barb Butenhof; Alan Butler; Ed Butler; Roberta Butler; Priscilla Butterfield
Box 2, Folder 20Irene Butts; Thad Byrne; Ray Buzzell
Box 2, Folder 21Joe Cada; Dorthoy Calkins; Wellington Caldwell; Callerlab, 1975-1980 (5); Canadian Folk Dance Society; Cantabrigia Book Shop; Ethel Capps; Jeannie Carmichael; Vern Carmichael; Barbara Carnes; George Carpenter; Ralph Carpenter; Joan Carr; Joe Carsten, undated (1); Michel Carier; Betty Casey; Joe Casey; Frank and Marie Cassady
Box 2, Folder 22Rich Castner, 1949-1982 (32)
Box 2, Folder 23Rich Castner, undated (22)
Box 2, Folder 24Steve Cates; Norman Cazden; Ceilia Cebe; Centrum; Hellen Chace
Box 2, Folder 25Donald Chambers, 1941-1968
Box 2, Folder 26Donald Chambers, 1970-1976 and undated
Box 2, Folder 27Helen Chan; Howard Chase; Mic Chase; Judy Chasin; Jathleen Chedsey; Lois Chesebrough; Chicago Area Callers Association; Manny Choper; Alfred Chretien; Carroll Christopher; Jeanne Christopher
Box 2, Folder 28Thelma Cibel; Gwen Clancy; George Clapper; George Clark; Don Clausen; Don Clayton; Florence Clemens; James Cleveland; Patio Challis; David Cobb; George Coffin; Arthur Cole; Walt and Lousie Cole, Cole's Bookstore, 1981 (1); College of the Atlantic
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1Fred and Mary Collette
Box 3, Folder 2Daniel Michael Collins; Harold Collins; Paul Collins; Colony House Museum; Columbia University; Columbus Folk Dancers; Dayton Colville
Box 3, Folder 3Bert Combs, Governor of Kentucky; The Connecticut Square Dance Callers and Teachers Association, Inc.; Joe Connelly; Margaret Conrad; Stella Conrad; Phil Cook; Muriel Cootie; Becky Cope; Copley Plaza; Father Ed Coppinger
Box 3, Folder 4Alan Corkett, 1967-1973
Box 3, Folder 5Alan Corkett, 1974-1982 and undated
Box 3, Folder 6Monica Corneau; Cornell Folk Dancers; Susan Corse; John Cosgrove; The Cotillion Courier; Leonne Cottle; Norris Cotton; Country Dance Society, Boston Center
Box 3, Folder 7Country Dance Society of America, 1958-1965
Box 3, Folder 8Country Dance and Song Society of America, 1968-1983
Box 3, Folder 9Judith Cowen; Doug Cox; Matlack Crane; Bill Cranford; Hazel Crawley; Marian Crossman; The Cross-Trailer; Dick Crum 1968-1983
Box 3, Folder 10Harry and Eillen Cullum; Cumberland County Recreation Council; William Cummin; Pauline Cunningham; E.C. Curtis; Helena Curtis; Mary Cusack; Susan Hillister Cushman; Robert Cutter; Jack Cutler; Andor and An Czompo
Box 3, Folder 11Alice Daley; Bob Dalsemer; Laura Kirkman Dalzell; S. Foster Damon; The Dance Away Library; Dance Magazine; Danceland Records; Gil and Kathe Daniels, 1949-1950 (3); Pricislla Holems Darling; Howard J. Darrington III; Mimi Davidson; Barbara Davis; Charlotte Thayer Davis; Elizabeth Davis; Howie Davison; Ruth Davidson; Mel and Helen Day
Box 3, Folder 12Alura Flores DeAngeles; Cookie Deeg; Arthur DeGraff; Dick Delery; Harry Del Rose; Helen Del Vecchio
Box 3, Folder 13Dora De Michele undated (2); Dorthoy Denniston, 1962 (1); DeLores DeRyke, 1963-1979 (7); Joyce Desmarais, 1975-1978 (5); Devin-Adair Company, 1948-1949 (3); Dexter (1)
Box 3, Folder 14Rachel Dhonau; Dottie Dicks; Sydney Dictor; Everett Dievendorf; Harry Dixon, 1966 (2)
Box 3, Folder 15Roy Dommett,; Double H Club, Jeffersonville, Indiana; Randall Doughty; Dee Downs; George Downs; Daphne Drewello; Lo Draper; Jerry Duke; Alice Dudley; Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Inc.; Carol Dunham; Bukk and Mary Dunn
Box 3, Folder 16Gretel Dunsing, 1951-1963
Box 3, Folder 17Gretel and Paul Dunsing, 1964
Box 3, Folder 18Gretel and Paul Dunsing, 1965-1971
Box 3, Folder 19Gretel and Paul Dunsing, 1972-1976
Box 3, Folder 20Gretel and Paul Dunsing, 1977-1982, and undated
Box 3, Folder 21Bernice Durkee; John Durkin
Box 3, Folder 22Ed Durlacher (Honor Your Partner), 1943-1947 (19)
Box 3, Folder 23Ed Durlacher, 1948 (18)
Box 3, Folder 24Ed Durlacher, 1949 (18)
Box 3, Folder 25Ed Durlacher, 1950-1954 (12)
Box 3, Folder 26Ed Durlacher, 1956-1963 (11)
Box 3, Folder 27Leigh Dyer, 1950-1954 (1); Ada Dziewanowska, 1963-1974
Box 3, Folder 28Ada Dziewanowska, 1975-1984
Box 3, Folder 29Ruth Eames; Harold Eastwood; Ferd Echelemeyer; Barbara Edler; Ralph Edwards; Ron Edwards; Phyllis Ehlert; Bettye and Michael Ehrlich; Larry Eisenberg; Susan Elberger; Sally Emmons; Lois Englehard; Will Englehard; Gordon Engler
Box 3, Folder 30English Folk Dance & Song Society, 1954-1974
Box 3, Folder 31English Folk Dance & Song Society, 1975-1982, and undated
Box 3, Folder 32Frederick Enholm; The Eire Society of Boston; Jane Harris Ericson; John and Fran Essex; Judy Esty; Anna-Marie Ettel; Karl Ettinger; Walter Euston; Dennis Evans; Ross Ewen; Dick and Marie Eyres
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1Gus Fabens; Joal Fagan; Family Service Assoication of Shildon; Edward Fairbanks; Fairlee School; Libertard Fajardo; Moritz Farbstein
Box 4, Folder 2Jane Farwell; Arnold Faugere; A.L. Faust
Box 4, Folder 3Beth Fawkes; Fred Feild; Grace Felker; Carolos Ferrer; John Filchich; Festival Records; Heidi Fiebig; Aaron Filler; Harry Finer; Barb Finlay; Mark Finlay; Tone Finlay
Box 4, Folder 4Robrt Fiore; Karl-Heinrich (Heiner) Fischle; Le Roy Fish; Lois Fish; Earl Fisher; Hank Fisher; Pricsilla Fisher; Howard Fitch; Audrey Fitzgerald; John Fitzgerald; John Fitzgerald; H.T. Fitzsimmons; Penn Fix
Box 4, Folder 5Rudy Fleck; Nan Felming-Williams; Susie Fleishman; Tom and Joan Flett; George Fogg; Ellie Foley; Folk Arts Center of New England, Inc
Box 4, Folder 6Folk Dance Camp, College of the Pacific, Stockton, California, 1949-1961
Box 4, Folder 7Folk Dance Camp, College of the Pacific, Stockton, California, 1962-1982
Box 4, Folder 8Folk Dance Camp, College of the Pacific, Sotckton, California (undated); Folk Dance Center of Philidelphia; Folk Dance Federation of California
Box 4, Folder 9Folk Dance Federation of Washington; Folk Dancer; Folk Dancers of George Williams College; Folk-Legacy Records; Folkraft Records; W. Gregory Forbes; John M. Forbes; Fort Walton Beach Square Dance Council; Louis Foruna; Harold Fowler; Marcia Fox
Box 4, Folder 10Mae Belt Fraley, 1959-1977
Box 4, Folder 11Mae Belt Fraley, undated
Box 4, Folder 12Ginger and Bill Francis; Michael Frank; Miriam Frank; Molly Frankel; Lloyd Frazee; Bill Freeman (2)
Box 4, Folder 14Fenwick Fuller; Gene Fuller
Box 4, Folder 15William Gaber; Emily Gardner; Gerry Gardner; John Gardner; Henry Garfath, 1983 (2); Peter Garnick; Dale Garrett; Jean Gascon
Box 4, Folder 16Marian and Ned Gault; Larry Gautier; Charles Gerhardstien, 1958-1965 (2); Larry Getchell; Betty Gibbons; Carla Gilbert; Mary Gillette; Bobbi Gillotti
Box 4, Folder 17Hildegarde Glass; Marge Glass; Joe Gleaseon; Angela Gloria; Cal Golden; Maggi Goldenberg; Isabelle Goldstein; Ida Golomb; Patty Goodrich; Antonio Angeles Gonzales; Clarence Goodnow; John Goodnow; Cressy Goodwin
Box 4, Folder 18Sol Gordon; Dottie and Bill Gormbley; Claude Gottlehult; Karin Gottier
Box 4, Folder 19Gene Gowing, 1946-1947
Box 4, Folder 20Gene Gowing, 1948
Box 4, Folder 21Gene Gowing, 1949
Box 4, Folder 22Gene Gowing, 1950-1968, and undated
Box 4, Folder 23J.M. Graetz ("Shag"); John Graham; Lester Grandine; Frieda Gratzon
Box 4, Folder 24Dick Gray; Cynthia Green; Wally Greeen; Green Mountain Folklore Society; Hank Greene; Madelynne Greene; Sarah Greenleaf; Alan Greenwood; Herb Greggerson (2); Renwick "Ren" Gregor, 1960-1972 (17)
Box 4, Folder 25June Griffin; David Grinster (?), 1978 (1); Walter and Miriam Grothe
Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1Dorothy Haar; Bob Hager; Father George Haggerty, undated (1); Bart Haigh; Hall Service; Lucile and Clarence Haller; Evelyn Halper; Leona Hamann
Box 5, Folder 2Jack Hamilton, 1967-1968
Box 5, Folder 3Jack Hamilton, 1968-1984, and undated
Box 5, Folder 4Elaine Hampfler; Wilma Hampton; Jack and Betty Hanf; Betz Hanley; Bob and Margaret Hanson, July 23, 1983, and undated (2); Walt Hansoon; Ruben Harding; Harper & Brothers, (Harry Shaw, editor), Dec 31, 1951 (1); Lou Harrington; David and Patricia Harrison; Harriet Hartinger, 1972 (1); Henry Hartwell; Harold Harton
Box 5, Folder 5J. Waybe Haskell, Jan 31, 1950 (1); Fred Haskin, 1960-1980 (17); Dave Hass, 1980 (1); Danny Hathaway, Sheet Music Service of Portland, OR, n.d. (1); Walter Hawley, Sept 13, 1964; Sept 22, 1964 (2); Lorne and Betty Hay, Jan 15, 1965 (1); Blanche Jefferson Hayden (Mal's Mother), Feb 27, n.y.; Clarence Hayden, Nov 6, 1952 (1)
Box 5, Folder 6Mal Hayden, 1949-1958 (15)
Box 5, Folder 7Mal Hayden, 1959-1981, and undated (17)
Box 5, Folder 8J.J. Hayley, 1955 (2); Louise and Germain Hebert, 1965-1984 (9); Harold and Nan Heiner, 1952 (1); Eleanor Helm, n.d. (1); Edna Keim, 1949-1953 (2); Aaron Heimbach 1952 (1); Jerry Helt, 1960-1964 and undated (4); Jim Hencercoth, 1973 (1); Mrs. Robert V. Henderson, 1976 (2); Ruby Henderson, 1953 (1); T.S. Thyne Henderson, 1953-1954 (2)
Box 5, Folder 9Mrs. William Hendricks, 1953 (1); Chip Hendrickson, 1963-1984 (10); David Henry, 1971-1983, (13)
Box 5, Folder 10Michael and Mary Ann Herman, 1953 (30)
Box 5, Folder 11Michael and Mary Ann Herman, undated (23)
Box 5, Folder 12Michael and Mary Ann Herman, undated (16)
Box 5, Folder 13Lief Hetland, 1970-1980 (2); Donald Hicks, undated (2); Bob Hill, 1950-1958 (10); Martha Hill, 1948-1952 (2); Lou Hillson, 1961 (1)
Box 5, Folder 14Ken Hillyer, The Southerners Band 1970-1984 (19)
Box 5, Folder 15Donna Hinds, Alacazar Productions, Inc., 1978-1981 (4); Ray and Harriette Hinds, 1977 (1); Carmelita Hinton, 1950(1); R. Harold Hipps, 1960-1967 (3); Historical Society of Cheshire County, 1983-1984
Box 5, Folder 16Anna Hocking, 1978 (2); George Hodgson, undated (11); Kathryn R. Hodgson 1953-1959 (2); Anne Hodgekins, 1970 (1); Elizabeth Hodson, 1941 (1); Mrs. J. Hoerner, 1953 (1); Frank Hoffman, 1969 (2); Fina and Huig Hofman, 1964-1696 (2); Howard Hogue, 1949-1961 (2); Bertha Holck, 1950-1962 (2)
Box 5, Folder 17Ricky Holden, 1948-1951 (6)
Box 5, Folder 18Rickey Holden, 1952-1954 (17)
Box 5, Folder 19Rickey Holden, 1955-1970 and undatated (14)
Box 5, Folder 20Harry Hollander, undated (1); Ade Hollis, 1948 (1); David Holmes, 1974 (1); William Holt, 1947 (1); Carrie Hoskins, 1962 (1); Charlotte Holzworth, 1965 (1); Herbert Hoover, 1947 (1); Myrtle Hoppe, 1978-1984 (8); Carrie Hoskins, 1962 (1); Charlotte Hornbeck, undated (1); Kim Horne, 1966-1968 (4); Cliff Horner, 1950 (1); Walter Horton, 1980 (2)
Box 5, Folder 21Virginia Houghton, 1952 (1); Susan Hovorka, 1981 (1); Cal Howard, 1968/1984 (2); Carole Howard, 1977-1980 (6); Alleyne Howell, 1963 (1); Bob Howell, 1977-1984 (7); Hildegarde and Harry Howell, 1984 (1); Richmond Hoyt, 1967 (1); Joe and Ginger Hritz, 1966-1968 (19)
Box 5, Folder 22Pat Huag; Keith Hunt, 1955-1983 and undatated (10); Leslie Hunt, 1950-1964 and undated (17); June Hunter, 1959-1989 and undated (5)
Box 5, Folder 23Marjorie and Jack Hunter, 1969-1978 (12); Gale Huntington, 1978 (1); Mary K. Hurd, 1960 (1); Mike Hurt, 1980 and undated (2); Dale Hyde, 1977-1981 and undated (3); Earl Hyde, 1950 (1); Nancy Hyll, 1974-1976 (3); Jack H. ?, 1966 (1);
Box 5, Folder 24John and Margaret Ide, 1961-1964 (2); Norman Ilse, 1979 (1); Indiana University Audio-Visual Center, 1951 (1); Art Ingraham, 1955 (1); International Association of Square Dance Callers, 1974-1975 (3); International Center of Worcester, 1969 (1); International Cultural Exchange Service, 1957 (1); International Encyclopedia of Dance, 1984 (2); International Folk Rhythms, Ltd., 1984 (1); International Recreational Service, 1956(1)
Box 5, Folder 25Carmen and Rosmarie Irminger, 1963-1982 and undated (11); Harry Irwin, undated (1); Pauline Irwin, undated (1); Stan Isaacs, undated (1); Myaki Ishida, undated (1); Edward Ives 1960 and undated (2)
Box 6
Box 6, Folder 1Marilyn Jackson, 1983-1984 (3); Kay Jacobs, The Scottish Country Dance Society of Boston, 1960 (3); Marcia Jacobs 1972-1973 (2); Yania Jakowsky, 1960 (1); Len Janka, 1953 (1)
Box 6, Folder 2Japan trip (State Department, Foreign Service of the United States, International Recreational Service, National Recreation Association, Folk Dance House, Mary Ann and Michael Herman, list of staff memebers of the Folk Dance Insitution of Japan, Apr 25, 1956 and other materials)
Box 6, Folder 3Correspondence from various Japanese correspondants as a result of the 1956 trip to Japan, 1956-1960 (24)
Box 6, Folder 4Correspondence from various Japanese correspondants as a result of the 1956 trip to Japan, 1961-1980 and undated (24)
Box 6, Folder 5Clarrence Jeffery Jr., 1965 and undated (2); Howard Jefferey, 1949 (1)
Box 6, Folder 6Mary and Bill Jenkins, 1965 (18)
Box 6, Folder 7Mary and Bill Jenkins, 1978-1979 (12)
Box 6, Folder 8Mary and Bill Jenkins, 1980-1984 (18)
Box 6, Folder 9W.J. Jenkins, Wilbraham Square Dance Club, 1953 (1); J.L. Jennewein, 1952 (1); Mary Bee Jensen, Brigham Young University, 1967-1977 (7); Larry Jennings, 1981 and undated (5); John Edwards Memorial Foundation, 1967-1975 (4)
Box 6, Folder 10Allen Johnson, 1942 (1); Al Johnson, 1971 (1); Arden Johnson, 1950 (1); Dale Johnson, undated (1); Everett Johnson, 1963 (1); Robert F. Johnson, 1984 (1); Sarah Jane Johnson, undated (1);
Box 6, Folder 11Bill Johnston, 1972-1984 (26); Ernie and Helen Johnston, 1967 (1)
Box 6, Folder 12Bob and Twink Jones, 1971 (1); Carole Jones, 1956 (1); Vera Jones, 1967 (1); Charles W. Jorgensen, 1949-1950 (2); Jone Jorgensen, 1952; Jerry Joris, 1951-1952 (2); Fred Joslin, undated (1)
Box 6, Folder 13Amy Kahn, 1976 (1); Bernarnd Kaiman, 1967 (1); Stuart Kaiser, 1976 (2); Judith Kalb, 1978 (1); Frank L. Kaltman, 1946-1964 (4); Paul Kanaly, 1968-1970 (3); Abe Kangenson, 1962-1964 (3); Cavit Kangöz
Box 6, Folder 14Joseph Kaplan, 1950 (2); Milo Karsner, 1969-1981 (15); William A. Katz, 1967-1968 (2); Dorothy Mary Kaurich, 1949-1951 (2)
Box 6, Folder 15Harold Kearney, 1953-1964 (12)
Box 6, Folder 16Harold Kearney, 1965-1981 (14)
Box 6, Folder 17Marie Kearney, 1981 (2); City of Keene, 1970-1974 (14)
Box 6, Folder 18City of Keene, 1975-1977 (19)
Box 6, Folder 19Keene Evening Sentinel, 1949 (2); Keene Public Library, 1962 (1); Keene Senior Citizens, 1971 (2); Keene Teacher's College, 1959-1964 (Ruth Keddy) (22)
Box 6, Folder 20Keene Teacher's College, later Keene State College 1965-1980 and undated (Ruthy Keddy and others) (31)
Box 6, Folder 21Keflavik Sqauares (Iceland), 1967 (1); Dick Keith, 1965-1967 (4); Kate Keller, 1974-1984 (7, 1 Fragment); Fred Kelley, 1955-1958 (3); Greg Kelley, 1961 (1)
Box 6, Folder 22Jack Kelley, 1956 (1); Nancy Kelley, 1982 (2); Phyllis Kelley, 1977 (1); Ethel Kennaugh, 1976 (1); Douglas Kennedy, 1961-1963 (7); Ray and Betty Kennedy, 1965 (2); Una Kennedy, n.y. (1); Ace Kenyon, 1947 (1); John T. Kenyon, 1949-1950 (3); Mary Lois Keplinger, 1971 (1)
Box 6, Folder 23Gordon Kershaw, 1977 (2); Emily Kessler (The Boston Post), 1949-1957 (11)
Box 6, Folder 24Adrienne and George Kiener, 1953-1961 (3); Francis Kies, 1960 (1); Frances Kiely, 1952 (1); Iris Kiesling, 1966 (1); Alleen B. Kimball, 1965 (1); Ed King, 1973 (1); George Kingsbury, 1941 (1); Kinney Nursing Home, 1979 (1); Dottie and Bob Kinraide, 1949-1975 (4); Ruth Kirk, 1971-1977 (2); Dave Klempner, 1953 (1); Lewis Kleinkopf, 1976 (1); Volker Klotzche, 1978-1981 (4); Joe Kluger, 1971 (1); Sarah Gerturde Knott (director, National Folk Festival), 1960 (4); Carl Knox, 1951 (1)
Box 6, Folder 25Roger Knox, 1950-1960 (14)
Box 6, Folder 26Roger Knox, 1965-1984 (18)
Box 6, Folder 27John P. Kobrock, 1955-1963 (2); Ed Koenig, 1968 (14); Ruth Kohler, 1959 (1); Ted Kohler, 1952-1954 (2); Walter W. Kolar, 1964-1967 (2)
Box 6, Folder 28Lilia Kollin, 1975-1981 (2); Bob Kolodny, 1961 (1); Frank W. Konopasek, 1954-1974 (2); Carol Kopp, 1981 (1); Ernie Krehm, 1963-1977 (5)
Box 6, Folder 29Pauline Krum, 1956 (1); Olga Kulbitsky, 1968-1981 (13); George Kullby, 1952 (1)
Box 7
Box 7, Folder 1Raymond La Barbera, 1971-1972 (4); Rod La Farge, 1958 (1); Ira Laby, 1958-1984 (12)
Box 7, Folder 2Bruce Lackey, 1961-1983 (7); Jill LaMarche, 1954 (1); Connie Lambert, undated (3); Irene Lambert, 1961-1984 (2); Evelyn Lamond, 1977 (1); Margo Lamp, 1951-1965 (2); Howard B. Lane, President, Reunion Committee (high school?), undated (1); Emerson Lang, 1953-1963 (4); Hilda Lang, undated (1)
Box 7, Folder 3Harriette Lapp, 1952-1963 (29)
Box 7, Folder 4Henry Lash, 1983 (2); René Latour, undated (1); Alice Lattimore, 1971 (1); Dudley Laufman, 1959 (14); Abe and Eveyln Lavalle, 1962 (1); Donna Lavoie, 1971 (1); Frankie Lawler, 1965 (2); R.A. Lawler, 1960 (1); Jane R. Lawrence, 1967 (1); Peter Lawrence, 1967 (1); Norm Lawson, undated (1); Rebecca Lawson, 1964 (1)
Box 7, Folder 5Christian Le Nendre, undated (1); Robert Leavitt, Currator, Lebanon Historical Society, 1969 (1); Harvey Lebrun, 1950-1966 (8); Doris Ledoux, 1959-1963 (2); Dudley Laufman, 1959 (14); Abe and Eveyln Lavalle, 1962 (1); Donna Lavoie, 1971 (1); Frankie Lawler, 1965 (2); R.A. Lawler, 1960 (1); Jane R. Lawrence, 1967 (1); Peter Lawrence, 1967 (1); Norm Lawson, undated (1); Rebecca Lawson, 1964 (1)
Box 7, Folder 6Dick Lee, 1949-1951 (10); Ellie Lee, undated (1); Jim Lee, 1958-1959 (2)
Box 7, Folder 7Dick Leger, 1969-1984 (17); Alan Jones and Alain Leroux, 1984 (1); Nancy Leslie, Ontario Folk Dancer Association, 1973 (2); Corinne Lester, 1979 (1); Let's Dance, 1951-1953 (3); Bea Lever, 1976 (1); The Dobkins and the Levines, 1979 (1); William M. Ley, 1956 (1)
Box 7, Folder 8Library of Congress (Joe Hickerson), 1963 (1); Mildred and Jacob Lichman, 1970 (1); Miriam Lidster, 1963-1968 (10); April Limber, undated (1); Norm Lindsay 1958 (2)
Box 7, Folder 9Rod Linnell, 1958-1967 (33); Verona Linnell, undated (7); Dean Linscott, 1971 (1)
Box 7, Folder 10Bill Litchman, 1973-1975 (22)
Box 7, Folder 11Bill Litchman, 1976-1979 (18)
Box 7, Folder 12Little Brown & Company, 1942-1944 (2); Linda Little, undated (1); Peggy Livingstone, 1983 (1)
Box 7, Folder 13Lloyd Shaw Foundation, 1968-1976 (23)
Box 7, Folder 14Lloyd Shaw Foundation, 1977-1978 (13)
Box 7, Folder 15Lloyd Shaw Foundation, 1979-1984 (17)
Box 7, Folder 16Local Square, 1954 (1); Newton Loken, undated (1); Ruth Löf, 1953 (1); Bill Logan, 1952 (1); Jane and George Long, 1966 (1); "Prof" Longley, 1979-1982 (2); Blair Lorette, 1959 (2); "Dean" Ben Lovett, 1950-1951 (2); Gene Lovitt, 1969 (1); B.O. Lowery, 1978 (2); George and Mary Lowrey, 1981-1984 (3); Lawrence Loy, 1950 (1)
Box 7, Folder 17Ramona Lucero, 1979 (1); Carl Ludwig, 1984 (1); Frank Lyman, 1948-1952 (8); J.J. L., undated (1)
Box 7, Folder 18Thomas MacBurnie, 1958 (1); Phyllis MacCulloch, 1979 (1); MacGregor Records (E.H. Lowry, General Manager), 1952-1963 (3); David Machill, 1971 (1); Allan McKinley, 1980 (1); Frances MacNaught, Director, Health Education Department, YWCA, Pittsburg, 1949 (1); Janie MacWilliams, 1951-1952 (3); Phyllis MacCarthy, 1960-1961 (1)
Box 7, Folder 19Bruce McClure, 1957 (1); Veronica McClure, 1974-1983 (5); Beth McCullough, undated (1), Diane McCullough, 1965 (1); Bob McCune, 1958 (2); Tom McCune, 1952 (1); Betty McDermid, Eastern Air Lines, 1956-1960 (2); Reg McDow, 1961 (2); Catherine McElroy, 1958 (1)
Box 7, Folder 20Elma McFarland (and many others from the Stockton(?) Dance Camp), undated (3); Leon McGuffin, 1957 (1); John and Patty McGuigan, 1956 (1); Stan McIntosh, 1960 (4); Nancy McIver, 1965 (2); John D. McIrvine, 1972 (2); Jane and Jack McKay, 1950-1969 (2); Alma McKenna, undated (1)
Box 7, Folder 21Mary McKenna, 1958-1984 (18)
Box 7, Folder 22Orvis McKenrick, 1952 (2); Michael Mckernan, 1981-1983 (2); James McKern, 1952 (1); R. Sidney McNutt, Boston YMCA, 1955 (1); Lannie McQuaide, 1973-1981 (6); Bob McQuillen, undated (1)
Box 7, Folder 23Frank Mack, 1966 (1); Christopher Madigan, 1976 (1); E. Maguire, 1958 (1); Raymond Magwire, 1962 (1); Joseph "Doc" Mahoney, Worcester Quadrille Club, 1962 (2); May Mahoney, 1967 (1); Henry W. Maier, Mayor of Milwaukee, 1968 (1); William Male, 1950 (1); Barbara Mandell, Assistant Prof., Physical Education for Women, University of Rhode Island, 1962 (2); Ellie Mandigo, 1967 (2); John Mansfield, 1952 (1)
Box 7, Folder 24Howard Mann, 1949 (1); Roy Marsden, 1961 (1); Gregory Marcil, Fédération Folklorique du Québec, 1962 (2); Frank and Mary Marcy, 1947 (1); Martin Markham, 1974 (1); Philip Maron, 1950 (1); Anthony Martin, 1962 (1); Harry Martin, 1952 (1); Meldinda Steuber Martin, 1965 (2); Dick Martin, 1963-1969 (2); Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA, (Margery E. Arnold), 1969-1973 (6)
Box 7, Folder 25Jean Matthews, 193-1966 (4); Joseph Matthews, 1961-1962 (3); Nibs Matthews, 1965-1967 (7)
Box 7, Folder 26Faith Mattison, 1965 (2); Harrold Mattson, 1951-1956 (2); Ted Mauntz, 1967-1974 (5); P.J. Mayes, 1983 (1); Nellie Maxwell, 1964 (3)
Box 7, Folder 27Jim Mayo, 1951-1980 (3); Margot Mayo, 1960-1961 (2); Morty Mayo, 1949 (1); Kay Mays, 1974 (3); Peter Mazik, 1966-1983 (6); Ralph Meakin, 1965-1968 (2); Art Mecham 1953-1962 (2)
Box 7, Folder 28Walter and Vera Meier, The Midwest Dancer, 1952-1974 (24)
Box 7, Folder 29Jerry Meisner, 1971-1972 (2); Lanie Melamed, 1960-1964 (2); Fannie Melcer, 1969 (1); Marion Melvin, 1980 (1); Basil and Simone Merchant, 1955-1958 (2); Capt. Robert Mellens, Regt., 1974 (2)
Box 7, Folder 30Reuban Merchant, 1949-1955 (16); Charlie Merrill, 1952-1955 (5); Martha Merrill, 1950 (1); Martina Mesmer, 1966 (1)
Box 7, Folder 31Don Messer, 1962-1965 (3); Clarence Metcalf, 1971-1983 (4); MS Method (Marillyn Schwalb-Brame, President), 1974 (1); Olga Meyer, 1969/1984 (7); Morty Meyrich, 1978-1979 (2)
Box 8
Box 8, Folder 1Middlebury College, Flanders Ballad Collection, undated (2); Alma Miller 1974-1978 (7); Bob Miller, Inc., Music Publisher, 1946 (1); Don Miller, 1976-1980 (2); Grace and Bruce Miller, 1974 (1)
Box 8, Folder 2Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1949-1958 (18)
Box 8, Folder 3Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1959 (12)
Box 8, Folder 4Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1960 (10)
Box 8, Folder 5Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1961 (11)
Box 8, Folder 6Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1962-1963 (14)
Box 8, Folder 7Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1964-1968 (14)
Box 8, Folder 8Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1969-1970 (14)
Box 8, Folder 9Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1971-1972 (21)
Box 8, Folder 10Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1973-1975 (21)
Box 8, Folder 11Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1976-1977 (14)
Box 8, Folder 12Lawrence "Duke" Miller, 1978-1980 and undated (21)
Box 8, Folder 13Muriel Miller, 1983-1984 (2); Randy Miller, 1978 (2); David Millstone, 1984 (1); Sylvia Miskoe, undated (12); Dorothy Misner, 1976 (1); Bruce Mitchell, 1968 (1); Mille and Lynn Mixer, 1955 (1); Monadnock Squares, 1980 (1); Harry Monier, 1949 (1); Ila and Bill Monroe, 1950 (1); Eveyln Montgomery, 1959 (1); Rickey Montross, 1963 (1)
Box 8, Folder 14Ed Moody, 1958-1959 (13)
Box 8, Folder 15Ed Moody, 1960 (12)
Box 8, Folder 16Ed Moody, 1961-1963 (19)
Box 8, Folder 17Ed Moody, 1964 (17)
Box 8, Folder 18Ed Moody, 1965 (11)
Box 8, Folder 19Ed Moody, 1966 (17)
Box 8, Folder 20Ed Moody, 1967 (13)
Box 8, Folder 21Ed Moody, 1968 (9).
Box 8, Folder 22Ed Moody, 1969 (17)
Box 9
Box 9, Folder 1Ed Moody, 1970-1971 (17)
Box 9, Folder 2Ed Moody, 1972-1976 (24)
Box 9, Folder 3Ed Moody, undated (18)
Box 9, Folder 4Ed Moody, undated (22)
Box 9, Folder 5Ed Moody, undated (14)
Box 9, Folder 6Ed Moody, undated (20)
Box 9, Folder 7Ed Moody, undated (10)
Box 9, Folder 8Ed Moody, undated (11)
Box 9, Folder 9Ed Moody, undated (9)
Box 10
Box 10, Folder 1Hope Moody, 1948-1949 (3); J.H. Moon, 1951-1955 (1); Henrietta Moon, 1951 (1); Cynthia Moore, 1951 (1); George Moore, 1962-1967 (4); Ed Moose, 1974-1977 (6)
Box 10, Folder 2Yves Moreau, 1972-1983 (10); Linda Morley, 1982-1984 (2); Esther Morris, 1947 (1); Natalie Morris, 1976 (5); Alva Morrison, undated (1)
Box 10, Folder 3Tom Morton, 1963 (1); Mosley Mail Order List Service, 1956-1965 (4); Paul and Mary Moss, 1965-1981 (1); Judy Moyer, 1967 (1); Laura Monroe, 1953 (1); Evelyn Murray-Lenthall, 1974 (1); Jack Murtha, 1980 (1); George and Adrienne Murton, 1954-1972 (3); Clem Myers, 1968 (1); Hazel Myers, undated (1); Jan Mylott, 1953 (1)
Box 10, Folder 4Eddy Nadel, 1950-1958 (4); Shigeo Nakamura, Tokyo, Japan, Christmas card, 1956 (1); National Dance Association, 1976-1977 (3)
Box 10, Folder 5National Folk Festival (Sarah Gertrude Knott, director), 1939-1959 (22)
Box 10, Folder 6National Folk Festival (Sarah Gertrude Knott, director), 1960 (19)
Box 10, Folder 7National Folk Festival (Sarah Gertrude Knott, director), 1961-1975 (18)
Box 10, Folder 8National Folk Festival (Sarah Gertrude Knott, director), undated (12)
Box 10, Folder 9National Observer, 1967 (1); National Square Dance Association, 1956 (1); National Square Dance Convention, 1953-1964 (18)
Box 10, Folder 10National Square Dance Convention, 1965-1984 (20)
Box 10, Folder 11Janet Nelson, 1983 (1); Jim Nelson, 1964-1980 (15); Richard Nevell, 1977 (4); NECCA (New England Caller's Association, Lloyd Platt), 1963 (1)
Box 10, Folder 12NEFFA (New England Folk Festival Association), 1947-1961 (20)
Box 10, Folder 13NEFFA (New England Folk Festival Association), 1962-1968 (21)
Box 10, Folder 14NEFFA (New England Folk Festival Association), 1969-1973 (18)
Box 10, Folder 15NEFFA (New England Folk Festival Association), 1974-1980 (21)
Box 10, Folder 16NEFFA (New England Folk Festival Association), 1981-1984 and undated (26)
Box 10, Folder 17New England Square and Round Dance Co-opertion Committee, 1983 (2); New England Square Dance Caller, 1983 (1); New Hampshire Commission on the Arts, 1984 (2); New Hampshire Folk Federation, 1948-1956 (13)
Box 10, Folder 18New Hampshire Folk Federation, 1958-1963 and undated (20)
Box 10, Folder 19New Hampshire Historical Society, 1956-1974 (7); New Hampshire Notables, 1955 (1); New Hampshire Profiles, 1963 (1); New Hampshire Recreation and Park Society, 1973 (1); New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission, 1947 (1); The New Square Dance, 1970 (2); New York University, 1963-1964 (10)
Box 10, Folder 20Ralph Newell, 1975-1976 (2); Bill Newhall, 1951-1966 (4); Harold and Grace Newman, 1957 (1); Pat Newman, 1962 (2); Newport Folk Foundation/Newport Folk Festival (Ralph Rinzler), 1965-1967 (4); Elise Nichols, 1970 (1); Terry Nichols, 1964 (5); Bill Nickerson, 1958 (1)
Box 10, Folder 21Glen and Flo Nickerson, 1974-1978 (12)
Box 10, Folder 22Glen and Flo Nickerson, 1979-1984 (9)
Box 10, Folder 23Carleton Nims, 1961 (1); James Norris, undated and Sketch of Ralph (1); North of Boston Callers Association, 1958-1977 (5); Northeast Folklore Society, 1958 (1); Northeast Old-Time Fiddler's Convention, 1965 (3); Northwest Folk Dancers, Inc., 1984 (1); Nova Scotia Dance Federation, 1964 (3)
Box 10, Folder 24Nova Scotia Dept. of Education, 1957-1961 (28)
Box 10, Folder 25Nova Scotia Dept. of Education, 1962-1969 (17)
Box 10, Folder 26Rudolph ("Rudi") Nunnemacher, 1960-1971 (5); Carol Ann Nuttall, undated (1)
Box 11
Box 11, Folder 1Ruth O'Brien, 1964 (1); Jack and Gertrude O'Donnell, 1952-1954 (5); Manus O'Donnell, 1973-1976 (2); Una O'Farrell, 1952 (1); Hitoshi Okano, Tokyo, Japan, Christmas card, 1956 (1); Mary O'Keefe, 1948 (1); Sheila O'Keefe, 1964 (1); Beth Okun, 1954-1972 (3); Clem Myers, 1968 (1); Old Joe Clark, Incorporated, 1961-1962 (2); Bill Olson, undated (1); Ray Olson, 1958 (5)
Box 11, Folder 2Ontario Dept. of Education, 1959 (11); Ontario Folk Dance Association, 1975-1976 (5); Michael Oren, 1952-1953 (2); Ray Orme, 1981 (1); Violet Orr, 1980 (1)
Box 11, Folder 3Lincoln Osborne, 1964 (1); Bob Osgood, 1979 (1); George Osgood, 1961 (2); Richard Osgood, 1963 (1); Lee Otterholt, 1982 (1); Ottawa Square Dance Association, 1959 (1); Lee Owens, 1950 (3); Nicholas Ozegovich, 1972 (1)
Box 11, Folder 4Pacific Books, 1951 (1); Ada Page, undated (3); Patricia Paice, 1960 (1); Smith Paine, 1938 (1); Grace M. Palmer, 1944 (1); Hugh Palmer, undated (2); Libby Palmer, 1963 (1); Ralph Palmer, 1973 (2); Hewitt Pantaleoni, 1977 (1); John and Paula Pappas, 1963-1970 (5); John Parker, 1952-1963 (4); Kenneth Parker, 1950 (2); Mal Parker, undated (1); Tony Parkes, 1966-1981 (7)
Box 11, Folder 5Allen and Joyce Paterson, 1967 (1); Anne Patterson, 1980 (1); Neil Patterson, 1959-1961 (7); Bob Paul, 1970-1971 (3); Mrs. Martin W.Pautsch, 1955 (2)
Box 11, Folder 6Dan Pearl, 1981 (1); Claire Pearmain, 1958 (4); Agnes and Ridley Pearson, 1957-1958 (2); Theda (Mrs. Glenn) Pease, 1984 (2); Marie Pecarelli, 1951 (1); Lawrence Peeler, 1948 (1); Joan Pelton, 1976-1981 (7); George Penniman, 1966 (1); Pensacola Callers Association, 1967 (1)
Box 11, Folder 7Ellen and George Pedo, 1973 (1); Pennsylvania State University, 1971-1977 (4); People to People Program, 1962 (1); The People’s Folk Dance Directory, 1981 (2); Ann Pepper, 1965 (1); Chuck Perdue, undated (1); Jack Perron, 1978 (4); John C. Perry, 1978 (1); Frank Peters, 1965 (1); Paul Peters, 1954 (1); Ed Peterson, 1959 (1); Tom Petrone, 1978 (2); Mabel Pharis, 1952 (1); Patricia Phillips, 1969-1973 (2); Philo Records, 1977 (2)
Box 11, Folder 8S. Pierre-Marie, 1961 (1); Phil Pierce, 1968 (1); Roger Pinard, 1956 (2); Pine Manor Junior College, 1950 (1); Ralph Piper, 1946-1961 (10); Dwight C. Pitcher, undated (4)
Box 11, Folder 9Ronald Pitkin, 1953 (3); Anne Pittman, 1949-1950 (2); Bonnie Plumeri, 1971 (1); Lillian Politella, undated (1); Helen Pomerance, 1958-1975 (2); Alison Hastings Porritt, 1937 (1); Bonita Porter, 1984 (1); Jim Porter, 1959 (1); Miss S. V. Porter, 1967 (2); Frank Portillo, 1953 (1); Muriel Portnow, 1969-1971 (2)
Box 11, Folder 10Doris Possi, 1964-1975 (4); Mark Post, undated (1); Julia H. Post, 1949 (1); Llewellyn Powers, 1950 (1); Rosalie A. Pratt, 1962 (1); Edward C. Preble, 1953 (1); Midge Priddle, 1977 (1); Edna Priest, 1961 (3); Mrs. Clifford Preston, 1956 (1); Ted Price (1)
Box 11, Folder 11David Proper, 1977-1984 (11); Michael Protenic, 1976 (2); Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal, 1957 (1); N.N. Puckett (Ohio Superstition Project), 1958 (1); J. Pullen, 1955 (1); Fred Pulsifer, 1959 (1); David E. Putnam, 1968; Olive Putnam, 1949 (1); Peggy Quinn, 1947 (1)
Box 11, Folder 12Tom Race (31 Squares Magazine), 1979 (1); Radio City Music Hall, 1950 (1); The Railroad Young Men’s Christian Association (formerly the Boston-Maine Railroad YMCA), Concord NH, 1948 (4); George Raine, 1959-1962 (3); Virginia Ramm, 1966 (4)
Box 11, Folder 13Dorothy Rand, 1953 (1); C.E. “Ed” Randall, 1969 (1); Iva Randall, 1959-1978 (8); Tony Randall, 1967 (1); Will Rapport, 1963 (1); Bernie Rappaport, 1967-1968 (2); Cecille Ratney, 1977 (2); Rosemarie Rath, 1964 (2); Steve Rauch, 1979-1980 (2)
Box 11, Folder 14Reader’s Digest, 1978-1979 (6); Joe and Anne Rechter, 1949-1951 (7); Red Cloud Indian School, undated (2); Jone Reed, 1963-1968 (3); Nancy Reed, 1965 (2); Sherman Reed, 1953 (1)
Box 11, Folder 15Greta Reid, 1962 (3); Nelda Reid, 1968 (1); Clare Reiniger, 1978 (1); Geoff Rendell, 1980 (2); Lillian Reynolds, 1962 (2); Frederick P. Reuter, 1980-1983 (4); Don Rice, 1964 (1); Louise Rice, 1952 (1); Wayne Rich, 1960 (1); Robert R. Richards, 1974-1977 (2); Freddy Richardson, 1949-1968 (3); Mildred Riley, 1958 (2); Rindge Historical Society, 1971-1973 (4); Gloria Rios, 1963 (1)
Box 11, Folder 16Betty Ritter, undated (1); Marianne Ritter, 1978 (1); W. S. Ritchie, Dept. of Education, New Brunswick Canada, 1958 (3); Charlie Robbins, 1980 (2); Elvira and Kathleen Roberts, 1957-1960 (9); Miss B. Robertson, 1937 (1); Edgar Robillard, 1943 (1); Hallie Robinson, 1981-1982 (2); Rock Candy Mountaineers, 1950 (1); Donna Rodgers, 1980 (1); Sister M. Rodriguez, 1960 (1); Hilda M. Rogers, 1976 (1); Lynn Rohrbough, 1958-1963 (3); Jackie Root, undated (1); Cecil Rose, 1959 (1)
Box 11, Folder 17David Rosenberg, 1950-1968 (12); Melissa Rosenberg, 1979 (1); Melvin Rosensaft, 1962 (1); Dan Ross, 1982 (1); Dave Ross, 1980 (2); Lilian Ross, 1959 (2)
Box 11, Folder 18Bill Rotch, undated (1); Chuck Roth, 1963-1972 (2); Herman Rottenberg, 1963-1967 (4); The Roundup, 1950-1952 (2); Stanley Rough, 1940; Marieli and Jack Rowe, 1949 (1); Charles Rowell, 1972 (1); Al Ruggero, 1956 (1); Ruth Ruling, 1963-1975 (2); Violet Ruparcich, 1962 (1); Charles Rusnacko, 1979-1983 (4); Matthew Rutter, 1977; Gale Ryan, 1969; Harold and Lois Ryan, undated (1)
Box 11, Folder 19Bob Sacks, 1961 (1); Margheritta Sacks, undated (1); Marvin Sacks, 1975 (1); Gwendolyn Saftien, 1981 (2); Saint Olaf College, 1979 (1); Tony Saletan, 1959-1977 (7); Lorraine Sampson, 1956 (2); Larry Sandberg, 1974 (1); Emily Sanders, 1964 (1); Dick Sanders, 1949-1966 (7); Stewart “Sandy” Sanders, 1957 (1); Mrs. W. G. Sanford, 1953 (1); Dot and Jack Sankey, 1951-1955 (2)
Box 11, Folder 20Ted Sannella, 1951-1970 (24)
Box 11, Folder 21Ted Sannella, 1972-1984 (21)
Box 11, Folder 22Masaharu Sano, undated (1); Ted Santarelli, 1964 (2), Walt and Barb Sappington, 1971 (1); George Sargent, 1950 (1); Jeanne Saunders, 1969 (2); Lawrence Saunders, 1973 (1); Bill Savage, 1956 (1); Germaine Sawyer, 1949 (1); Windy Sayer, 1963-1984 (3); Andrew Scarlett, 1938 (1)
Box 11, Folder 23Jim Schaal, 1966; June Schaal, 1961-1968 (4); Ina Schechter, 1983-1984; Al Scheer, 1980-1981 (2); Edward Schillemat, Jr., 1975 (1); Steve Schnur, 1979 (3); Mrs. Robert Schmeling, 1956 (1); Warren E. Schmidt, 1949 (1); Ann Schmitz, undated (1); Harry C. Schoeneman, 1952 (1); Arthur Schrader, 1962-1975 (9); Penn Elizabeth Schrader, 1965-1970 (4); Judith Schrier, 1975 (1); Wendell Schuck, undated (1)
Box 11, Folder 24Gene Schultz, 1949 (2); Howard Schultz, 1949-1953 (11); Ed Schwartz, 1965-1973 (2)
Box 11, Folder 25Bernice Scott, 1948 (4); John Howe Scott, 1952-1954 (2); Libby Hunter Scott, 1953 (1); Mrs. M.F. Scott, undated (1); Stanton Sears, 1973 (1); Miriam Secord, 1962 (1); Jean Sedlock, 1973 (1); Gladys Segar, undated (1); Eleanor Seegers, 1960-1978 (10); Will Seegers, 1972-1984 (3)
Box 11, Folder 26Art Seele, 1983 (1); Jan Sedje, 1967 (1); Bill Sellers, 1960 (1); Fenton Sellers, 1974-1981 (3); Norma Selvi, 1976-1977 (4); Claude Basso Senhausen, Jr., 1970 (1); Tom Senier, 1949 (1); Onie and George Senyk, 1982 (1); Ginny Sessa, 1964 (3)
Box 11, Folder 27Sets in Order (Bob Osgood, Marvin Franzen, Helen Orem), 1950-1968 (39)
Box 11, Folder 28Sets in Order (Bob Osgood, June Berlin, Don Armstrong), 1969-1976 (34)
Box 11, Folder 29Sets in Order (Bob Osgood, Becky Osgood, Dawn Draper), 1977-1983 (28)
Box 11, Folder 30Sets in Order (7 addressed to "Dear Traveling Caller"), undated (20)
Box 12
Box 12, Folder 1Dick and Judy Severance, 1978-1983 (4); Ella Sexton, 1959 (1); Miriam Sharin, 1980 (1); Lenore Shapiro, 1970; Louis Shapiro, undated (1); Philip Sharples, President, Belmont Country Dance Club, 1949-1958 (2); Betty and John Shaw, 1982 (1); Dorothy Shaw (Lloyd Shaw’s wife), 1969 (3); Ed Shaw, 1981 (1); John Shaw, Columbus Folk Dancers, 1960 (1)
Box 12, Folder 2Lloyd Shaw, 1947-1956 (10); Pat Shaw, undated (1)
Box 12, Folder 3Father Shea, 1949 (1); Bob Schenkman, 1966 (1); Allen Sher, 1984 (1); Elva Sherman, 1942 (1); Jerry and Billie Sherman, 1975 (1); Murray Sherman, 1954-1979 (4); Ruth Sherman, 1969 (1); Ana Shewchuk, 1959 (1)
Box 12, Folder 4Rose Shiel, 1956 (1); Tim Shipe, 1975 (1); Harry G. Shippee, 1938 (2); Tom A. Shirley, 1952-1958 (3); The Shoe String Press, Inc., 1974 (1); Charlie Shoemaker, 1970 (1); Yang Chang Shong, 1978 (1); Ann L. Shook, 1953 (1); George Shortlidge, 1951; John Shortlidge, 1970 (1); Dorothy Showell, 1950 (2); George Shumway, 1974 (1)
Box 12, Folder 5Miriam Silver, 1951-1967 (22); George Simpson, 1969 (1); Phyllis Sinclaire, 1972 (1); Louise Sindler, 1976 (1); Ralph Sizer, 1968-1969 (6)
Box 12, Folder 6Jack Sloanaker, 1971-1972 (2); David Sloan, editor, Country Dance and Song, 1983-1984 (7); William Slattery, 1973 (2); Bobbie Slaven, 1980 (1); Dorothy Sl–(?), 1974 (1); Ace and Marge Smith, 1962-1974 (7); Alan Smith, undated (2); Ed Ross Smith, 1963 (1)
Box 12, Folder 7Howard M. Smith, 1954-1967 (27)
Box 12, Folder 8Jerry Smith, 1981 (1); Ken Smith, 1949-1981 (3); Norman H. Smith, 1959 (1); Orville “Pop” Smith, 1948-1949 (13)
Box 12, Folder 9Orville “Pop” Smith, 1950-1951 (11)
Box 12, Folder 10Orville “Pop” Smith, 1952-1971 (14)
Box 12, Folder 11Ralph Smith, 1949 (3); Ray Smith, undated (1); Robert T. Smith, 1972 (1); Vic Smith, 1963 (1); Smithsonian Institution, 1967 (1); Helen Foster Snow, 1966 (5); Robert Snow, undated (1); Lou and Dick Snowman, undated (1); Divinna Snyder, 1975 (1); George Snyder, undated (1); Jessie Pennoyer Snyder, 1973 (1; Michael Solomon, 1953-1956 (2); Joan Sommers, undated (2); Ella Sonkin, 1980 (2); Allan M. Spencer, 1961 (1); Sylvia Spidell, 1961 (1); Joanne Sprenger, 1969 (1)
Box 12, Folder 12Mary and Rafael Spring, 1958-1959 (13)
Box 12, Folder 13Mary and Rafael Spring, 1960-1961 (13)
Box 12, Folder 14Mary and Rafael Spring, 1962-1963 (13)
Box 12, Folder 15Mary and Rafael Spring, 1964-1966 (17)
Box 12, Folder 16Mary and Rafael Spring, 1967-1977 (22)
Box 12, Folder 17F.A. Sprunger, 1955 (1); Springfield, Massachusetts Public Schools, 1958 (1); Square Dance Magazine, undated (1); The Square Dance Callers’ Association of Greater Kansas City, Inc., 1967 (1); (10th Annual National) Square Dance Convention, 1961 (4); The Square Dance Society of New South Wales, 1965-1969 (3); Square Dance Square, 1953 (1); J. Duane Squires, 1977 (1); Carrie Stahl, 1958-1968 (11); Valerie Staigh, 1963 (1)
Box 12, Folder 18Michel St. Louis, 1967 (1); St. Martin’s Press, Inc., 1977 (1); James Stamper, 1970-1977 (3); Eline Staples, 1960 (1); Sandy Starkman, 1982 (1); Ken Steady, undated (1); John Steele, 1981 (1); Vernin Steensland, 1957-1960 (8); Louis Stefany, 1938 (1); Sally Steinmetz, 1967 (1)
Box 12, Folder 19Stephen Greene Press, 1975 (9)
Box 12, Folder 20Stephen Greene Press, 1976-1983 (23)
Box 12, Folder 21Ann Stephens, 1966-1982 (12); O. W. Stephenson, 1964 (1); Slim Sterling (1); Ed Stern, 1972 (1); Ardis Stevens, 1959-1966 (3); Jean and pearson Stewart, 1950-1953 (3); Marjorie and Aubery Stewart, 1963 (1)
Box 12, Folder 22Florence Stickelmyer, 1949-1950 (3); Aggie Stillman, 1970 (2); Harold and Ann Stoetzer, 1976 (1); Bill and Gloria Stone, 1971 (1); Norma Stone, 1972 (1); Rose Strasser, 1958-1981 (9); Lilly Strasser, 1962 (1); Desmond Strobel, undated (1); Edward Struckes, 1960 (1); Gladys Warren Struse, 1966 (1); Tish Stubbs, 1978 (1); Ray Stutz, 1959 (1); Geena Sundin, 1952 (1); Edna Sudall, 1970 (1); Jack Sudall, 1965-1968 (2); Carol Summar, 1980 (1); Esther Sumpter, 1965 (2); Henry Supka, 1953 (1); Peter Sussman, 1980 (1)
Box 12, Folder 23Phil and Ruth Sweet, 1969-1975 (8)
Box 12, Folder 24Ralph Sweet, 1950-1970 (13)
Box 12, Folder 25Ralph Sweet, 1973-1981 (18)
Box 13
Box 13, Folder 1Marlys Swenson, 1948 (1); M. Sylvia, 1958 (1); John C. Tacoma, 1960-1966 (3); Ian Taggart, 1949 (1); John A. Taggart, 1938 (2); Patricia Talbot, 1958 (2); Richard Talbot, Ellis Institute, Keene, NH, 1972 (1); T.Y. (“Ty”) Tanabe, 1958-1972 (7)
Box 13, Folder 2Richard “Wink” Tapply, 1959-1972 (7); Nick Tawa, 1975 (1); Angela Taylor, 1964-1971 (11 to Ralph and Ada); Bruce Taylor, 1972 (1); Ed Taylor, 1950 (2); L. David Taylor, 1973 (1)
Box 13, Folder 3Marianne Taylor, 1962-1984 (18); Stanley R. Tebbetts, 1952 (1); J. N. Teesdale, 1948 (1); Ralph Tefferteller, 1951 (1); Maria Terres, 1982 (1); Terri Thaler, 1983 (1); Richard J. Thayer, 1952 (1)
Box 13, Folder 4Charley Thomas, 1948-1961 (18)
Box 13, Folder 5Dale Thomas, 1974 (1); Thompson Cigar Company (Tom Timmins), 1970-1979 (3); Brownlow “Brownie” Thompson, 1949-1984 (21)
Box 13, Folder 6Dorothea Thompson, 1973-1984 (6); Edith Thompson, 1958 (2); Homer V. “Tommy” Thompson, 1953-1954 (3); John A. Thompson, 1976 (1); K. Thorson, 1980 (1)
Box 13, Folder 7Hugh Thurston (editor of The Folk Dancer), 1956-1963 (20)
Box 13, Folder 8Hugh Thurston, 1964-1972 (10)
Box 13, Folder 9Hugh Thurston, undated (16)
Box 13, Folder 10Hugh Thurston, undated (12)
Box 13, Folder 11Hugh Thurston, undated (14)
Box 13, Folder 12Hugh Thurston, undated (15)
Box 13, Folder 13Nina Thurston (Northwest Folk Dancers, Inc.), 1966 (1); Joan Tibbetts, 1973 (1); Gail and Leland (Lee) Ticknor, 1974-1984 (11); Robert Tiews, 1974 (2); Win Tilley, 1981-1984 (2); Ellen Tillinghast, 1950-1967 (3); Elaine Todd, 1984 (1)
Box 13, Folder 14Kirby Todd, 1954-1978 (22)
Box 13, Folder 15Kirby Todd, 1979-1984 (32)
Box 13, Folder 16Tokyo YMCA Folk Dance Club, Christmas card, 1956 (1); Beth Tolman, 1945 (1); Newton F. Tolman, 1973 (3); Mary Topolski, 1971 (1); Gordon Tracie, 1962-1981 (20)
Box 13, Folder 17Carolyn Tracy, New Hampshire Parks and Recreation Society, 1973 (1); Helen and Dick Tracy, 1952-1983 (3); Martin Tracy, 1972 (1); W.E. Tracy, 1984 (1); Bob Treyz, 1953-1960 (4); Les and Vi Tripp, 1973 (1); Jean Trudel, 1978 (1)
Box 13, Folder 18Norman Tubiash, 1950 (1); Ada Savage Tucker, undated (1); Ian Tucker, undated (1); Jean and Arthur Tufts, 1975 (4); Annette Tunnell, 1954 (2); Bert Tunnell, 1954 (1); Evan Twomey, 1962-1964 (2); Marie Twomey, 1973 (1); Martha Tygiel, Education Director, Carl Fischer, Inc., 1981 (1); Mary T. Tymkowych, 1961-1976 (6)
Box 13, Folder 19Margaret Uebelacker, 1969 (1); Helen Ullrich, 1954 (2); Charlotte Underwood (Rock Candy Mountain Recordings), 1952-1953 (4); USO (United Service Organizations), 1943 (5); U.S. Department of State, 1947 (1); University of Missouri Press, 1973 (1)
Box 13, Folder 20William M. Van Deren, 1950 (1); Bep Van Leeuwen, 1969 (1); Burr Vail, 1960 (2); Helen Vail, undated (2); Vassar College Outing Club, 1968 (1); Vermont Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 1949-1953 (4); Vermont Transit Company, 1964-1970 (2); Joe Vessels, undated (1); John Vezina, 1980 (1); Lillian Vinski, 1960 (1); Ted and Eleanor Vogt, 1971 (1); Zoe Vrakatitsis (Keene Time Capsule Committee), 1983 (2)
Box 13, Folder 21WLS, The Prairie Farmer Station, 1952 (2); WMUR, Manchester, N.H., 1941 (1); Julia Wagner, 1949 (1); Roy Wagner, 1982 (1); John P. Wojtowicz, 1961 (1); Eleanor Wakefield, 1965 (1); Sarah Nell Walkley, 1950 (1); Emmette Wallace, 1949 (1); John Wallace, undated (1); Kristi Waller, undated (1)
Box 13, Folder 22Marlys Waller, 1963-1981 (14); Joe Wallin, 1978-1984 (5); Gus Walsh, 1954 (1); Wilma Walter, undated (1); Fran Walter, undated (1); Harriet Warner, 1963 (1)
Box 13, Folder 23Herb Warren, 1949-1950 (34)
Box 13, Folder 24Herb Warren, 1951 (20)
Box 13, Folder 25Herb Warren, 1952 (21)
Box 13, Folder 26Herb Warren, 1953 (14)
Box 13, Folder 27Herb Warren, 1954 (30)
Box 13, Folder 28Herb Warren, 1955 (20)
Box 13, Folder 29Herb Warren, 1956 (15)
Box 13, Folder 30Herb Warren, 1957-1958 (25)
Box 14
Box 14, Folder 1Herb Warren, 1959 (26)
Box 14, Folder 2Herb Warren, 1960 (16)
Box 14, Folder 3Herb Warren, 1961 (21)
Box 14, Folder 4Herb Warren, 1962 (21)
Box 14, Folder 5Herb Warren, 1963-1964 (33)
Box 14, Folder 6Herb Warren, 1965 (15)
Box 14, Folder 7Herb Warren, 1966 and undated (25, including a note from Rachel Titus informing Page of Herb Warren’s sudden death from a heart attack and an obituary article about him from Gladys Warren Struse)
Box 14, Folder 8Kitty Warren, 1975-1977 (3); Samuel Warren, 1951 (1); William “Bill” Warren, 1977-1979 (2); Douglas Warschauer, 1981 (1); Bobby Watson, undated (1); Leonard Watson, 1969 (1); Priscilla Watson, 1955 (1); Howard Hicks Way, Jr., 1977 (2); Charlie and Holly Webster, 1964-1983 (2); Edgar N. Weber, 1949 (1); Diane Weinroth, 1975 (1); Lynn Weinheimer, 1974 (2)
Box 14, Folder 9Erma Weir, 1951-1964 (9); Bill Welch, 1951-1952 (2); Doris Weller, 1954-1971 (10); Bill Wellington, 1984 (1); Evelyn K. Wells, 1960 (1); George and Ada Wells, 1958 (1)
Box 14, Folder 10Herbert Wening, 1955 (1); Jacques and Dorothy Wesson, 1972 (3); Eleanor West, 1966; Jim and Eloise West, 1960-1965 (3); John Foster West, 1971 (1); Rae West, 1969 (4); Western Kentucky University; Ruth Westheimer, 1959 (1); Dick Whealey, 1967; Alice Wheeler, 1976 (1); Harry Wheeler, 1949 (2); William Wheeler, 1950 (1)
Box 14, Folder 11Parker Whitcomb, 1973-1975 (2); Betty White, 1948 (2); Christine White, 1953 (1); Hal White, 1970 (1); Jim White, 1964 (1); Jeanie Whitehead, 1973 (2); Barbara Whitman, 1958 (1); Roland Whitney, 1971 (6)
Box 14, Folder 12Tod Whittemore, 1974-1984 (12); Olive Whitworth, 1949-1954 (13)
Box 14, Folder 13Olive Whitworth, 1956-1961 (13)
Box 14, Folder 14Roger Whynot, 1958-1960 (13)
Box 14, Folder 15Roger Whynot, 1961-1963 (17)
Box 14, Folder 16Roger Whynot, 1964-1969 (11)
Box 14, Folder 17Roger Whynot, 1970-1976 (17)
Box 14, Folder 18Roger Whynot, 1977-1981 (14)
Box 14, Folder 19Roger Whynot, 1982-1984 and undated (20)
Box 14, Folder 20Viola Wilby, 1964 (2)
Box 14, Folder 21Ginny and Bev Wilder, 1957-1963 (27)
Box 14, Folder 22Ginny and Bev Wilder, 1964-1967 (18)
Box 14, Folder 23Ginny and Bev Wilder, 1968-1973 (22)
Box 14, Folder 24Ginny and Bev Wilder, 1974-1976 (14)
Box 14, Folder 25Ginny and Bev Wilder, 1977-1982 (17)
Box 14, Folder 26Ginny and Bev Wilder, 1983-1984 and undated (20)
Box 14, Folder 27Ginny and Bev Wilder, undated (24)
Box 15
Box 15, Folder 1Ed Wilfert, 1970-1982 (14); Aubrey Wilkins, 1968 (1); Wilbur Wilkinson, 1963 (1); Ray Willard, 1953-1955 (2); Edna Willby, 1956 (1)
Box 15, Folder 2Betty Williams, undated (1); Dan Williams, 1977 (1); Dave Williams, 1977-1978 (5); Hilleka Williams, 1963 (1); John Williams, 1954-1956 (3); Reed Williams, undated (4); Violet Williams, 1975 (1); Byron Williamson, undated (1); Windsor Records, 1952-1955 (3); Dave Winslow, 1970 (1); Ken Wilson, undated (1); Jack Wilson, 1950 (1); Jim and Alice Wilson, 1976 (1); Elisabeth Wineberg, 1975 (1); Bill Winey, 1955 (1)
Box 15, Folder 3Louise Winston, 1953-1974 (21)
Box 15, Folder 4Louise Winston, 1975-1980 (13)
Box 15, Folder 5Bert Wittenberg, 1983 (1); David Winslow, 1970 (2); Ed Wojniak, 1949 (1); Mary Jane Wolbers, 1972 (1); Grace Wolff, 1957-1981 (17)
Box 15, Folder 6Mary (“Woodie”) Wood, 1967 (2); C. Lasseter (“Las”) Woodard, 1968 (2); Ruth Woodard, 1978-1983 (2); Floyd “Woody” Woodhull, 1967 (2); J. Woodman, 1955 (1); Adele Woods, 1971 (1); Bea Woodworth, 1952-1971 (4); Sara Joe Wooten, 1969 (1); Clifford Wormell, 1958 (1); Jerry Worrell, 1967 (1); Harvey Worthington, 1959; Kathryn and David Wright, 1983-1984 (4); Pauline Wu, 1960 (1); Don Wyckoff, 1966 (1); Bess Wyrick, undated (1)
Box 15, Folder 7Derek Yarwood, 1984 (1); Bill Young, 1971-1979 (10); Israel “Izzy” Young, 1979-1984 (17)
Box 15, Folder 8Ruth Young, 1974; YMCA, 1948-1960 (4); YWCA, 1947-1969 (5); Pat Youtz, 1967-1972 (3); June and John Yule, 1978 (1)
Box 15, Folder 9Evelyn Zelman, undated (1); Lucyan Ziemba, 1952 (1); Jerry Zukor, 1979 (2); Rudy J. Zulkiewicz, undated (1)
Box 15, Folder 10Unidentified correspondents A:

Alice, undated (2); Anne, 1948 (2); Anne, 1975-1981 (4); April, 1972 (1)

Box 15, Folder 11Unidentified correspondents B:

Bart, undated (1); Beth, 1948 (2); Bobbi, 1968 (1); Brigit, 1967 (1); Bill, 1973 (1); Bonnie, undated; Brownie and Dorothea, undated (2) B-, undated (1)

Box 15, Folder 12Unidentified correspondents C:

Carrie, undated (1); Cathy, 1972 (1); Cele, 1972 (1); Carol, undated (1); Chester, 1960 (1); Claire, undated (1); Clara, undated (1); Clarence, 1967 (1)

Box 15, Folder 13Unidentified correspondents D:

Father Dave, 1974 (1); David, undated (1); Diana, 1984 (1); Don, 1980 (1); Dot, 1968-1969 (4)

Box 15, Folder 14Unidentified correspondents E-F:

Edna, 1958 (1); Elsie, 1965 (1); Emily and Gardner, 1973 (1); Evelyn, 1974 (1); Faith, 1958 (1); Fran W., undated (1); Frank, 1948 (1); Frank, undated (1); Fred, undated (1); Frida, 1979 (1)

Box 15, Folder 15Unidentified correspondents G-H:

George, undated (1); George and Edna, 1960-1961 (2); Gloria, 1950-1969 (5); Greg, 1976 (1); Guy and Don, 1962 (1); Harry, 1964 (1); Honora, 1971 (1); Howard, 1967-1974 (2); Hugh, 1964 (1); Hugh O.?, 1952 (1)

Box 15, Folder 16Unidentified correspondents I-J:

Ian and Gale, 1980 (1); Irene, 1974 (1); Janice, undated (1); “Jake,” undated (2); Jay and Annabelle, undated (1); Jean, 1965 (1); Jill, undated (2); Jim and Finn, 1977-1979 (2); Jim, 1983 (1); Joan, undated (1); Jodie, undated (2); Joe, 1947 (1); Joel, 1976; John and Paula, 1973 (2); John, undated (1); John, 1964 (2); Julia, undated (1); June, 1971 (1)

Box 15, Folder 17Unidentified correspondents K-P:

Kathy, undated (1); Ken, 1981 (1); Kirby, 1980 (1); Larry, undated (1); Las, 1951 (1); Lee, 1953 (1); Leland, undated (1); Len, 1950 (1); Mad, undated (1); Marlys, 1975 (1); Mildred, 1951 (1); Miriam, undated (1); Murray, 1951 (2); Myrtle, 1981 (1); Morry and Nancy, 1952 (1); Natalie, undated (1); Nora, 1978 (1); Noreen, undated (1); Norman, 1949 (1); Pat, 1963-1973 (2)

Box 15, Folder 18Unidentified correspondents R-V:

Ray, 1958 (1); Rich and Bonnie, 1972 (2); Robbie, 1950-1952 (2); Robin, undated (1); Ruth and Harry, undated (1); Sally, 1949 (1); Scotty, 1959 (3); Seth, 1973 (1); Sue and Toby, 1957-1959 (2); Ted, 1972 (1); Tom, 1982 (2); Tootie, 1949-1950 (3); Trench, 1982 (1); Virginia, 1966 (1)

Box 15, Folder 19Unidentified correspondents – Unintelligible names (19 items) and a Hallmark picture notebook signed by thirty people

Subseries C: Others to Others

Box 15, Folder 20To Ada Page:

Jean Bacon, 1951 (1); Claire Belyea (?), undated (1); Fay Hillyer, 1980 (1); Peter Kilham, 1960 (1); Elizabeth Lourie, 1985 (1); Mary McKenna, 1974 (1); Nescafe Company, Inc., 1966 (1); New England Folk Festival (NEFFA Notes, Rich Castner, editor), undated (1); Pete and Sarah O’Hannah, 1974 (1); Bob Osgood, 1985 (1); Ralph Page, 1966 (2); Ingrid Paul, 1972 (1); Dwight Pitcher, 1965 (1); George Raine, 1962 (1); Ruth Sternback, 1974 (1); Angela Taylor, 1973 (1); Herbert Warren, 1952-1956 (5); Edna Wellby, 1956 (1); Louise Winston, 1966 (1); Pat, 1973 (1); “Windy,” undated (1)

Box 15, Folder 21Others to Others, A-C:

Bob Aylward to Bill Freeman, 1962 (2); Ethyl Anderson, Joan Roe and Ken Clark (all EFDSS) to Nibs Matthews re Ralph Page’s visit to UK, 1966 (3); Charlie Baldwin to Richard Mastrianni, 1966 (1); Charlie Baldwin to Ed Moody, 1969 (2); Charlie Baldwin to Peter Mazik, 1970 (1); Mr. and Mrs. J. Beauchesne to Mal Hayden, New Hampshire Folk Festival, undated (1); Roscoe “Rocky” Bemis to Duke Miller, 1972 (1); Jeanne Bouvier to U.S. Senator Leverett Saltonstall, 1957 (1); Earle Buckley to Thomas Rivers and Robert Gamble, International Recreation Service, 1956 (1); Earle Buckley to Masanori Yuno, Kudan High School, Tokyo, 1956 (1); Earle Buckley to Takashi Tsunematsu, Sendai City, Japan, 1957 (1); Earle Buckley to Nancy Kane, 1959 (1); Charles Carpenter to Gene Gowing, 1949 (1); Don Chambers to Miss Boyd, 1972 (1); Elliott Duskey to Carl Geels, 1955 (1)

Box 15, Folder 22Others to Others, D-G:

Clementine DeRocco to Ted Sannella, 1953 (1); William DeMyer to Earle Buckley, 1956 (1); C. Everett Diefendorf to Clayton, 1967 (1); Ed Durlacher to Lloyd Shaw, 1948 (1); Michael Ehrlich to Mr. Gibson and Miss Hurley, Chicago Defender, 1959 (1); Dwight Eisenhower to Mrs.Jouett Shouse re National Folk Festival, 1960 (1); Leland Feitz to Mrs. John Bradford, 1975 (1); John Findlay to Ren Gregor, undated (1); Bill Freeman to Janet Alyward 1962 (1); Peter French to Nibs Matthews re visit of Ralph Page to UK, 1966 (1); Gene Fuller to Bob Osgood, 1973 (1); Cressy Goodwin to Sarah Gertrude Knott, National Folk Festival, 1970 (1); Gene Gowing to Don [Chambers?], 1945 (2); Gene Gowing to Maurice Blodgett, 1947 (1); Gene Gowing to Halton Richardson, 1949 (1); Gene Gowing to Louise Winston, 1968 (1); Richard Gray to Wes, 1950 (1); Ren Gregor, Pairs ‘N Squares to Fellow Square Dancers, 1955 (1)

Box 15, Folder 23Others to Others, H-J:

Elinor Hanscom to Beth Tolman, undated (1); William Hugh Hansen to NEFFA, 1968 (1); Lawton Harris to Maurice Hennigar, 1959 (1); Ian Hayden to Nibs Matthews, 1966 (1); Larry Jennings to Ken Hillyer, 1980 (1)

Box 15, Folder 24Others to Others, L-Mc:

Eloise Hubbard Linscott to Beth Johnson, Countryman Press, 1937 (1); Lloyd Shaw Foundation, Dorothy Shaw to Dudley Laufman, 1975 (2); Lloyd Shaw Foundation to Bill Spence, Front Hall Records, 1975 (1); Lloyd Shaw Foundation to Jack Sloanaker, 1975 (1); Lloyd Shaw Foundation to James Nelson, 1979 (1); A. Matthews to Ed Moody, 1953 (1); S.A. “Nibs” Matthews to Brian Seff, 1966 (1); Nibs Matthews to E. Curtis, 1966; Nibs Matthews to Ken Hillyer, 1985 (1); Veronica McClure to Chip Hendrickson, 1980 (1)

Box 15, Folder 25Others to Others, Me-O:

Walter and Vera Meier to Ed and Helen Moody, 1964-1975 (7); Ed Moody to Glenn Bannerman, 1964 (1); Arthur Moore to Beth Tolman, 1937 (1); George Moore to Herb Warren, 1962 (1); Jim Mosely, President, Mosely Mail Order List Service, Inc., to Paul and Gretel Dunsing, 1956 (1); Jim Mosely to John Heissenbuettel, 1956-1957 (2); Jim Mosely to Abe Kanegson, 1956 (1); Jim Mosely to Bob Osgood, 1965 (1); Jim Mosely to Parker Whitcomb, 1964 (1); National Folk Festival, Sarah Gertrude Knott, Director, to Louise Chapin, 1959 (1); National Folk Festival, Sarah Gertrude Knott to Ruth Keddy, 1960 (1); National Folk Festival, Sarah Gertrude Knott to Walter O’Reagan, 1960 (1); National Folk Festival, Sarah Gertrude Knott to Mrs. Lloyd Shaw, 1960 (1); National Folk Festival, Sarah Gertrude Knott to Alex Sponberg, 1960 (1); National Folk Festival, Sarah Gertrude Knott to Herb Warren, 1959 (1); Glen Nickerson to Roger Whynot, 1985 (1); Organization of American States to Mary Ann Herman, 1958 (1)

Box 15, Folder 26Others to Others, P-S:

Ada Page to Frank, 1964 (1); Ada Page to Mrs. Henry Struse, 1966 (1); Ada Page to Ken and Fay Hillyer, 1982-1985 (2); Laura Page to Ken and Fay Hillyer, 1985 (1); Edward Reichert, Secretary to the NH Governor, to Llewellyn Powers, 1951 (1); Lynn Rohrbough to Ada Page, 1962 (1); Russell Sanjer to Roger Whynot, undated (1); Ted Sannella to George Fogg, 1969 (1); Andrew Scarlett to Beth Tolman, 1937 (1); Andrew Scarlett to Ada Page, 1939 (1); Al Scheer to Kirby Todd, 1982 (1); Lloyd Shaw to Ed Moody, 1948 (1); Ralph Smith to Ed Moody, 1969 (1); Brian Seff to Nibs Matthews, 1966 (1); Pap Sweet to Mr. Bushy, 1952

Box 15, Folder 27Others to Others, T-W and unidentified:

John Taggart to Beth Tolman, 1938 (1); Elichi Takahashi to Earl Buckley, undated (1); Richard Tapply to Daphne Drewello, 1967 (1); R.B. Tefferteller to Beth Tolman, 1937 (1); Kirby Todd to Bill Litchman, Lloyd Shaw Archives, 1979 (1); Tameo Tsubouchi to Earl Buckley, unadted (1); Lynn Waller, Shoreline Public Schools, Seattle to Kenneth Roberts, 1973 (1); Herb Warren to Mrs. Ralph Booth, 1961 (1); Herb Warren to Mr. Larkin, 1950 (1); Herb Warren to Ralph Newell, Keene Evening Sentinel, 1950 (1); Herb Warren to Harris W. Soule, 1950 (1); Peter Wilding, EFDSS to Nibs Matthews, 1966 (1); Dave Wischemann to Bob [Osgood?], undated (1); Bill -? to Herb [Warren?], 1950 (1); Bill to Gene Gowing, 1947 (1); De to Dot, undated (1); unidentified to Bill Litchman, 1979 (1); unidentified to RCA Manufacturing Co., 1942 (1); unidentified to Robert Johnson, 1984 (partial letter)

Series 2: Manuscripts

(3 Boxes)

Subseries A: Ralph Page's Manuscripts

Box 16
Box 16, Folder 1“American Squares” (also see “Patter of Square-Dance Caller” in folder 12)
Box 16, Folder 2“Contra Dance”
Box 16, Folder 3“Cooper’s Dance”
Box 16, Folder 4“Dearest God and the Seven Saints Please Hear My Prayer”
Box 16, Folder 5“Difference Between Good Traditional Dancing and Madhouse Galloping to Non-directional Calls”
Box 16, Folder 6“From A Caller’s Scrapbook”
Box 16, Folder 7“The Lancers – Historical Notes” (Contra Dance Background)
Box 16, Folder 8Novel, unpublished (typescript and longhand)
Box 16, Folder 9Novel, unpublished, same as above (transcription)
Box 16, Folder 10Novel, unpublished, same as above (photocopy)
Box 16, Folder 11“Party Planning”
Box 16, Folder 12“Patter of Square-Dance Caller,” Folk Dance, 1978 (see also “American Squares”)
Box 16, Folder 13“Personals” (part of Northern Junket?)
Box 16, Folder 14“Quadrille”
Box 16, Folder 15“Research and Tradition”
Box 16, Folder 16“Square Dancing in the Monadnock Region”
Box 16, Folder 17“The Story of Square Dancing”
Box 16, Folder 18“Suggestions to Square Dance Callers”
Box 16, Folder 19"Swingin’ in the Hills" – calls and dance instructions (holograph manuscript)
Box 16, Folder 20Two copies of “Swingin’ in the Hills” (typescript), one with accompanying letter, dated Oct 1983, from The Stephen Greene Press rejecting it for publication and with cover letter from Roger Knox to Ted Sannella, dated Sept 9, 1988
Box 16, Folder 21“Things Are Fine Over There”
Box 16, Folder 22“Tradition,” 1971
Box 16, Folder 23Unidentified (Calls with explanations)
Box 16, Folder 24Miscellaneous

Subseries B: Northern Junket

Box 16, Folder 25“The Advantages of Growing Old”
Box 16, Folder 26Cover illustration plates
Box 16, Folder 27“Dancing in the Virgin Islands”
Box 16, Folder 28“Folk Songs”
Box 16, Folder 29Index
Box 16, Folder 30Index notes
Box 16, Folder 31“Irish Dancing”
Box 16, Folder 32Meier, Walter, “Know Your Square Dance Music”
Box 16, Folder 33“North of Boston Callers Association – April 5, 1970”
Box 16, Folder 34“The Origin of the Appalachian Type of Square-Dance”
Box 16, Folder 35Page, Ralph: miscellaneous writings
Box 16, Folder 36Northern Junket cover illustration plates
Box 16, Folder 37Miscellaneous
Box 17
Box 17, Folder 125th anniversary: correspondence, 1974
Box 17, Folder 225th anniversary: Bacharach, Martin, “Square Dancing in the Early 1950s”
Box 17, Folder 325th anniversary: Burdick, Stan, “The Three Faces of Contra Dancing”
Box 17, Folder 425th anniversary: “The Changing Scene in the Square Dance Field”
Box 17, Folder 525th anniversary: “Contra Contrast”
Box 17, Folder 625th anniversary: Czompo, Ann I., “Jazz Dance on the Folk Dance Scene”
Box 17, Folder 725th anniversary: Dunsing, Gretel (German Dances)
Box 17, Folder 825th anniversary: “Folk Dance with Exceptional Children”
Box 17, Folder 925th anniversary: Hritz, Joe and Ginger, “Old time Dancing in the Cleveland Area,” 1974
Box 17, Folder 1025th anniversary: Meier, Walter, “A Look into the Future of Square Dancing”
Box 17, Folder 1125th anniversary: Miller, Duke
Box 17, Folder 1225th anniversary: Osgood, Bob, “Today is the Greatest Time of All”
Box 17, Folder 1325th anniversary: Thompson, Dorothea M., “Square Dancing in the Big Thompson Valley,” 1974
Box 17, Folder 1425th anniversary: Winston, Louise, “Greater Boston’s Dancing During the Past Quarter Century,” 1974
Box 17, Folder 1525th anniversary: miscellaneous
Box 17, Folder 16Typescript proofs, Volume 11
Box 17, Folder 17Typescript proofs, Volume 12
Box 17, Folder 18Typescript proofs, Volume 13
Box 18
Box 18, Folder 1Typescript proofs, Volume 14

Subseries C: Manuscripts by Others

Box 18, Folder 2Christmas stories, various authors
Box 18, Folder 3“Contra-Dancing in the Pacific Northwest”
Box 18, Folder 4“A Fairy Fable” (probably written by Ed Moody), n.d.
Box 18, Folder 5“Our Ancestors Danced and Danced and Danced,” 1965
Box 18, Folder 6“People were “Folks” in the Old Days, Too”
Box 18, Folder 7"The Landler in Tirol"
Box 18, Folder 8"Ralph Page: A Living National Treasure"
Box 18, Folder 9Untitled, n.d.

Series 3: Personal Notebooks

(3 Boxes)
Box 19
Box 19, Folder 1Notebook, 1939-1950: includes records of income and expenses for dances held in the mid- to late nineteen forties
Box 19, Folder 2Notebook, 1955-1959: lists of dances called, most by date
Box 19, Folder 3Notebook, 1956-1958: includes notes for classes taught, lists of dances called at dance camps and in classes, and names of participants
Box 19, Folder 4Notebook, 1958-1960: lists of dances called at various events (including Maine Folk Dance Camp, NH Camp, Town Hall Squares, Advanced Contras, etc.) and in classes
Box 19, Folder 5Notebook, 1959-1965: lists of dances called at various venues
Box 19, Folder 6Notebook, 1959-1974: primarily lists of dances called for classes and other events (East Hill Farm, Keene Year End Camp, etc.), but also details of auction sales, registrants, books sold
Box 19, Folder 7Notebook, 1960-1961: lists of dances called for classes and at various events (Maine Folk Dance Camp (1960), California Folk Dance Camp, Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia, NH Fall Camp, Stowe, Vt. Folk Festival, etc.) and registrants
Box 19, Folder 8Notebook, 1960-1964: lists of dances called, plus details auction sales at Year End Camp, East Lake Farm, East Hill Farm, as well as books and records sold at East Hill Farm
Box 19, Folder 9Notebook, 1962-1964: lists of dances called, auction sales, camp notes, some dance instructions
Box 19, Folder 10Notebook, 1962-1965: lists of dances called and registrants
Box 19, Folder 11Notebook, 1963-1965: lists of dances called and registrants
Box 19, Folder 12Notebook, 1964-1965: lists of dances called, details of auction sales, and notes concerning various camps
Box 19, Folder 13Notebook, Oct-Nov 1966: Page’s trip to England. Lists of dances called at the various locations he visited and notes about the circumstances Page encountered
Box 19, Folder 14Notebook, 1968: lists of dances called
Box 19, Folder 15Notebook, 1968-1971: lists of dances called and registrants at various camps
Box 19, Folder 16Notebook, 1968-1972: lists of dances called and registrants
Box 19, Folder 17Notebook, ca. 1977: lists of dances called
Box 19, Folder 18Notebook, 1972-1978: lists of dances called and registrants
Box 19, Folder 19Notebook, 1978-1984: lists of dances called
Box 19, Folder 20Notebook, 1981: lists of dances called
Box 19, Folder 21Notebook, 1981: lists of dances called and registrants; at end of book a list of aphorisms (by Page?)
Box 19, Folder 22Notebook: lists of Page’s own record albums and books
Box 20
Box 20, Folder 1Notebook: index of contra, square, and folk dances, and some folk songs, alphabetically arranged
Box 20, Folder 2Notebook: dance calls/instructions and notes on dancing
Box 20, Folder 3Notebook: dances from historical sources
Box 20, Folder 4Notebook: dances from historical sources
Box 20, Folder 5Notebook: dance calls
Box 20, Folder 6Notebook: dance calls
Box 20, Folder 7Notebook: dance calls
Box 20, Folder 8Notebook: dance calls and notes, 1976
Box 20, Folder 9Notebook: dances from periodicals and elsewhere, 1977-1982
Box 20, Folder 10Notebook: dances from periodicals and elsewhere, 1982
Box 20, Folder 11Notes: dance calls, arranged alphabetically by name of dance, A-D
Box 20, Folder 12Notes: dance calls, E-K
Box 20, Folder 13Notes: dance calls, L-N
Box 20, Folder 14Notes: dance calls, O-P
Box 20, Folder 15Notes: dance calls, S
Box 20, Folder 16Notes: dance calls, T-Y, and unidentified
Box 20, Folder 17Notes: dances from various manuscript collections
Box 20, Folder 18Notebook: dance calls, notes on dance from historical sources, and a long list of pub names collected on Page’s trip to England in 1966
Box 20, Folder 19Notebook: notes from “Music in New Hampshire 1623-1800″ by Louis Pichierri
Box 20, Folder 20Notebook: historical notes on dance from numerous New England town histories (particularly New Hampshire) and “A Guide to American Folklore”
Box 20, Folder 21Notebook: historical notes on dance from various sources, including town histories
Box 20, Folder 22Notebook: historical notes on dance from various sources
Box 20, Folder 23Notebook: historical notes on dance from various sources
Box 20, Folder 24Notebook: historical notes on dance from various sources
Box 20, Folder 25Notebook: historical notes on dance from various sources
Box 20, Folder 26Notebook: historical notes on dance from town histories
Box 21
Box 21, Folder 1Notebook: items on dance from NHS (New Hampshire Sentinel), 1870-1884, and Keene Evening Sentinel, 1893
Box 21, Folder 2Notebook: items on dance from NHS, 1881-1888, and details of items sold at NEFFA 1958 and New Hampshire Camp 1959
Box 21, Folder 3Notebook: items on dance from NHS, 1888-1891
Box 21, Folder 4Notebook: items on dance from NHS, 1891-1892
Box 21, Folder 5Notebook: items on dance from NHS, 1923
Box 21, Folder 6Notebook: items on dance from The Cheshire Republican, 1875-1888
Box 21, Folder 7Notebook: items on dance from The Cheshire Republican, 1888
Box 21, Folder 8Notebook: items on dance from The Cheshire Republican, 1888-1895
Box 21, Folder 9Notebook: items on dance from Cold River Journal, 1885-1899
Box 21, Folder 10Notebook: items on dance from Cold River Journal, 1898-1902
Box 21, Folder 11Notebook: items on dance from Cold River Journal, 1899-1904
Box 21, Folder 12Notebook: notes on dance (by Page?)

Series 4: Daily Calendars

(1 Box)
Box 22
Box 22, Folder 1Daily Calendar, 1938: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 2Daily Calendar, 1939: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 3Daily Calendar, 1940: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 4Daily Calendar, 1941: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 5Daily Calendar, 1942: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 6Daily Calendar, 1943: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 7Daily Calendar, 1944: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 8Daily Calendar, 1945: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 9Daily Calendar, 1946: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 10Daily Calendar, 1947: dance dates only
Box 22, Folder 11Daily Calendar, 1947: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 12Daily Calendar, 1947: includes dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances through May only
Box 22, Folder 13Daily Calendar, 1949: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 14Daily Calendar, 1950: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 15Daily Calendar, 1951: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 16Daily Calendar, 1952: dance dates, addresses, and itemized account of expenses and income from “Institute Tour” to the Midwest and West Coast
Box 22, Folder 17Daily Calendar, 1953: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 18Daily Calendar, 1954: dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 19Daily Calendar, 1955: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 20Daily Calendar, 1956: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 21Daily Calendar, 1957: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 22Daily Calendar, 1958: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 23Daily Calendar, 1959: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 24Daily Calendar, 1960: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 25Daily Calendar, 1961: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 26Daily Calendar, 1962: dance dates and addresses
Box 22, Folder 27Daily Calendar, 1963: dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 28Daily Calendar, 1964: dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 29Daily Calendar, 1965: dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 30Daily Calendar, 1966: dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 31Daily Calendar, 1967: dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 32Daily Calendar, 1968: dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 33Daily Calendar, 1969: dance dates, addresses, and itemized monthly personal income from dances
Box 22, Folder 34Daily Calendar, 1970: dance dates and personal income
Box 22, Folder 35Daily Calendar, 1971: sketchy account of dance dates and personal income
Box 22, Folder 36Daily Calendar, 1972: dance dates and personal income
Box 22, Folder 37Daily Calendar, 1973: dance dates and personal income
Box 22, Folder 38Daily Calendar, 1974: some dance dates and personal income
Box 22, Folder 39Daily Calendar, 1975: dance dates and personal income

Series 5: Scrapbooks

(1 Box)
Box 23
Box 23, Item 1Contain letters, newspaper clippings, programs, photos, and mementos related to dance and music events
Box 23, Item 2Contain letters, newspaper clippings, programs, photos, and mementos related to dance and music events
Box 23, Item 3Contains newspaper clippings on subjects of general interest
Box 23, Item 4“Square Dance Memories: On the Road to Boston” contains photographs 1945-1952 of various groups of people at a number of different locations and was given to Page, not compiled by him

Series 6: Personal and Subject Files

(3 Boxes)
Box 24
Box 24, Folder 1Agreements and contracts, 1941-1980
Box 24, Folder 2American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (Keene, NH), 1974-1976
Box 24, Folder 3Armstrong, Don and Marie: “Dances Presented by….”
Box 24, Folder 4Awards [*see also Oversize Box 2]
Box 24, Folder 5Ballet
Box 24, Folder 6“A Bibliography of Fiddling in North America, Part 1”
Box 24, Folder 7Biographical information on Ralph Page [*see also Oversize Box 2]
Box 24, Folder 8Biographical information on Ralph Page, newspaper clippings, with dates
Box 24, Folder 9Biographical information on Ralph Page, newspaper clippings, without dates
Box 24, Folder 10Bodnar, Anna, memorial, 1960
Box 24, Folder 11Cigars
Box 24, Folder 12Conferences and conventions, misc. 1947-1974
Box 24, Folder 13Constitutions and by-laws of various groups
Box 24, Folder 14Country Dance Book
Box 24, Folder 15Country Dance & Song Society (CDSS)
Box 24, Folder 16Dunsing, Gretel and Paul, “A Collection of the Descriptions of Folk Dances,” 1971
Box 24, Folder 17Dunsing, Gretel and Paul, “A Collection of the Descriptions of Folk Dances Taught by…” 1972
Box 24, Folder 18Dziewanowska, Ada: “Polish Dances” and “Serbian Dances”
Box 24, Folder 19Eastern District Square & Round Dance Association, 1957
Box 24, Folder 20“An Elegant Collection,” 1981-1982
Box 24, Folder 21Flamborough Sword Dance
Box 24, Folder 22Folk Dance House, New York (the Hermans)
Box 24, Folder 23Folk Dancers of George Williams College, 1965
Box 24, Folder 24French-Canadian dance and song
Box 24, Folder 25German dance and song
Box 24, Folder 26Gowing, Gene
Box 24, Folder 27Historical Society of Cheshire County [*see also Oversize Box 2]
Box 24, Folder 28“Holland as Seen in the English Country Dance, 1713-1820”
Box 24, Folder 29Hurricane of 1938
Box 24, Folder 30Interview, Ralph Page and Charlie Baldwin with Stan Isaacs (December 30, 1976)
Box 24, Folder 31Japan
Box 24, Folder 32Keene, New Hampshire
Box 25
Box 25, Folder 1Lamond, Evelyn, “A Dance a Week,” Dearborn (Michigan) Independent, 1926
Box 25, Folder 2Lancers Quadrille
Box 25, Folder 3Larkin, Ed
Box 25, Folder 4Lists of books, serials, people, organizations, and dances
Box 25, Folder 5McLain Family Band, 1985
Box 25, Folder 6Membership cards, 1943-1981
Box 25, Folder 7Miscellaneous articles
Box 25, Folder 8Miscellaneous books (photocopied portions)
Box 25, Folder 9New England Council of Callers Association
Box 25, Folder 10New England Folk Festival Association, 1946-1984
Box 25, Folder 11New Hampshire Folk Federation
Box 25, Folder 12Newspaper clippings: Folk dancing and songs, with dates
Box 25, Folder 13Newspaper clippings: Folk dancing and songs, without dates
Box 25, Folder 14Newspaper clippings: Folklore, culture, stories by Roy Johnson for the Boston Globe
Box 25, Folder 15Newspaper clippings: Folklore, culture, stories, with dates
Box 25, Folder 16Newspaper clippings: Folklore, culture, stories, without dates
Box 25, Folder 1719th century dance cards and programs
Box 25, Folder 18North of Boston Square Dance Callers Association, 1958-1975
Box 25, Folder 19Northern Junket
Box 25, Folder 20Notes, miscellaneous
Box 25, Folder 21Old Joe Clark, Inc.
Box 25, Folder 22Page family, genealogical information
Box 25, Folder 23Page, George S.
Box 25, Folder 24Page, Laura S.
Box 26
Box 26, Folder 1Picture cards of dance and dancing
Box 26, Folder 2Postcards of dancing, callers, etc.
Box 26, Folder 3Quadrilles and Cotillions (photocopies of books and music)
Box 26, Folder 4“Cash” Radford
Box 26, Folder 5Ralph Page Book of Contras
Box 26, Folder 6Recipes
Box 26, Folder 7Reviews: miscellaneous books and albums
Box 26, Folder 8“The Saco Savoyards present M.H.S. Pioneer or, The Lad Who Longed to Hambo”
Box 26, Folder 9Scottish Country Dance Society of Boston [*see also Oversize Box 2]
Box 26, Folder 10Square Dance Foundation of New England
Box 26, Folder 11Swedish music
Box 26, Folder 12“The Walloon Dances of Belgium”

Series 7: Dance Calls, Instructions, and Music Manuscripts

(2 Boxes)
Box 27
Box 27, Folder 1A:

Aba-Daba Honeymoon/Alabama Jubilee; After The Ball; After Brollopet (After The Wedding) (Schottis); Al Smith’s Polka; Alberta Jig; Alewander (Swiss folk dance); Alexandrovsky (Russian ballroom dance); Alley Cat (American novelty dance); And Are Ye Sure The News Is True? (1858); The Annen Polka Quadrille; Arden Folk Contra; Around Just One (Montreal Breakthrough/Star and Chain on reverse side);At The Inn “To The Crown” (German); At The Masquerade Quickstep (Ralph Page, 1982); Atlantic Hornpipe; Attack Galop (1874); The Auctioneer; Aunt May’s Canadian Jig/Behind The Old Briar Patch

Box 27, Folder 2B:

Bashana Haba’ah; Banks of Champlain;The Banks of the Dee; The Barbaric Polka; Bare Necessities; Basulto; Beede Hill Reel; La Belle Catherine; Bermuda Galop; Bill Bailey; Billy Boy; Bittersweet; Black Earth Circle; Black Forest Mazurka; The Blue Stocking; Blue Tango; Bon Ton Gavotte; Bonny LEM of Aberedeen; Bossa Nova Mixer; Boston March; Boston Shuffle; Boston Two-Step; The Brown-Eyed Maid; Busybody; Butter-Milk and Pratees

Box 27, Folder 3C:

Ça Ira; Cape Blomindon Reel/The Sage of Cheshire County (Tony Parkes); Captain Jinks; The Capture of Seringapatam; Careless Sally; Carrie Polka; Cosy Chair Square; Chambers Quadrille; Charming Betsy; Cheshire; Cheshire Swing; Chicago Glide; Christmas Hornpipe; Christmas Waltz; Clare de Kitchen; The Clover Leaf/When The Works All Done This Fall; Cocheco Hornpipe; Come Up The Backstairs;The Comet Waltz; The Commodore’s Return; Compliments to Freda Gratzon; Connecticut River; Contra Dance, 1,3, and 5 cross (Dudley Briggs); Contra Nova; Cool Breeze; Corporal Casey’s Fancy; Cotton Pickin’ Polka Square; Country Cousins Star; Cowboy Dream; Cowboy Jig (Vestar Bopolsk); Crumisms; Cynthia’s Hornpipe/The Wedding Reel (both Dudley Laufman); Cuadrilla de las Sillas; Cuckoo’s Nest; Culver Lodge

Box 27, Folder 4D:

Dance, Dance, Dance; Dandies Hornpipe; Danish Dance; Darling Nellie Gray; The Day Has Gone; Deck The Halls and other carols; Deep Dish Apple Pie/Right Hand High, Left Gent Low; Dew-Drop Waltz; Dick’s Dilemma; Dip and Dive Six; Dirge For Three Corpses and A Gentleman; Do Paso (Square); Donegal Contra; The Double Pin-Wheel; Doudlebska Polka; Down By A Weeping Willow; Draw The Sword; Dream March; Dreams of Love; Drops of Drink/Capt. White’s Jig; Dud Briggs’s Hornpipe; Dud’s Contra; The Duke of Kent’s Waltz; Duke’s Quadrille

Box 27, Folder 5E:

Earl Bly’s Waltz; Eight Hands Around; Elegance and Simplicity/The Witches’ Brew; Elise’s Jig; Empire State Chain; Ersko Kolo; L’Etoile Schottisch; Everybody Chain; Eyes Will Watch For Thee

Box 27, Folder 6F:

Fairy Dell Waltz; The Fairy Ring; Fairy Schottisch; Fandango; The Farmer Girl’s Quadrille; Farmer’s Quadrille; Fatinitza March; Faust Galop; Feast of Flowers; Festival Contra; The Fiddler of Dooney; Figure 8 Contra; First Little Lady Promenade The Inside; Fisher’s Hornpipe (see also Ovsz Box 1); Flare The Star; Fly Away Galop; La Folie à la Mode; Forget-Me-Not Polka; 4 O’Clock in the Morning; Freeford Gardens; Fremont Jig (Dudley Laufman); Friendship Polka

Box 27, Folder 7G:

The Gatsby; Gay Gordons; Genets Recall; George’s Special (George Hodgson); Germantown Waltz; Geestländer Walzer/Achttouriger Mit Walzer; The Girl I Left Behind Me; Give Me A Ring (Ralph Page, 1982); Glasgow/Granny; Gone-A-Rovin Improved; Goodnight Sweetheart/Steppin’ Out; “Gowing’s Favorite” Reel; The Graces/Miss Parker’s Fancy/Optic Rince; Elegance and Simplicity/The Orange Tree/Happy Lovers/Ship In Full Sail; Grand March; Grand March Victorious; Grand Square Waltz Quadrille; Grape Vine Twist; Guard’s Waltz; Gyund Bar (Armenian)

Box 27, Folder 8H:

Haj! Haj! Boze Daj!; Hal Kearney’s Square; Hamilton House/All Round The Maypole; The Happy Frenchman; Hasa Piko; The Hard Cider Jig; Hay Maker’s Jig; The Haystack; Hazel’s Hurricane; Heart Bowed Down; Hebrew Wedding Dance; The Hessian Camp; Honest John; Honey Harbor Two-Step; Hoop-Pole Shanti (?); Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight; Hull’s Victory; Hully Gully Line Dance; A Hunting Song; Hurry Hurry Hurry

Box 27, Folder 9I:

I.O.C.A. reel/Dandies Hornpipe/Big John McNeil; I Am Thinking Of The Lov’d Ones; I Left My Sweet Girl Behind Me; I Wonder; Indian Stick Game; Irish Reel; The Irish Waltz; Irma Waltz

Box 27, Folder 10J:

Jack’s Life/Miss Parker’s Fancy; J’Ai Perdu Le “Do” De Ma Clarinette; Jämtpolska; Jan Pierewiete; Jano Waltz; Jefferson’s Waltz; Jenny Nettle; La Jesusita; Jiang Shang Chang Chwan Ge; Jig For Applejack (Ralph Page, 1981); Jim Brown; Jim Crow; Jingle Bells; Jolly Is The Miller; Joys of Quebec: The Judge’s Jig/Forest de Boudi/Sackett’s harbor/New century/Constitution/Bold Highlander; Just Because/Alabama Jubilee

Box 27, Folder 11K:

Kalvelis; Karapet (Russian two-step); Kathleen Mavourneen; Kettengallop; Kohanochka; Koseder; Krakowiak; Kritikos (Greek Circle Dance, Crete); Kujawiak; Kuma Echa

Box 27, Folder 12L:

The Lad With A White Cockade; Ladies Chain, With Right Hand Star; Lady Burditts; Lady of the Lake; Lady Walpole’s Reel; Lancashire Barn Dance; Lancashire Reel; Loomis College Lancers; Lancer Figures; Le Quadrille de Lancier; lancers; Birdcage Walk (Lancer); Les Lanciers; The Lancers; The Loomis Lancers; Miltary Lancers; Newfoundland Lancers; Abonnement (Lancers); The Lancers Historical Notes (see also Oversize Box 1)

Box 27, Folder 13L, cont.:

Land of Sweet Erin; Lawn Tennis; Làndler; The Lass o’ Gowrie; Lead Out Sides; The Lehigh Polka; Leslie’s Hornpipe; Limbo Rock Mixer (Caribbean); Limerick Dance; Litchman’s Contra; Little Liza Jane; Little Man In A Fix;The Little Stacks of Barley; Lord of the dance; Lorenz; Love and Lager Beer; Lovin’ You; Lyceum March

Box 27, Folder 14M:

Mabel Waltz; MacArthur Reel; Madame Bonaparte; Mach; Magazine Polka; Maid in the Pump Room; Major Bill; Malt Liquor; Mañana; Market Lass; Mandarine Schottsiche; Moon Stick Games; Marriott Polka; Martha Washington; Maryland Redowa; Master Tommy’s Married; Mazur; Mazurka; Mazurka Boholana; La Messine; Mie Katoen; Minute Man; Monadnock Reel; Miss Molly; Möckelmyrvalsen; Montreal Breakdown; Medley Barn Dance; Miller’s Reel/Ned Kendall’s Hornpipe; Miss Manning’s Reel; Mosaico Mexicano; Morrie Schottisch; Money Musk; Mountain Rose Schottische; My Little Girl; My Old Kentucky Home

Box 27, Folder 15N:

Napoleon’s Quadrille; La Navarre; Nellie Bly; Neopolitan Tarantella; Next Wednesday is My Wedding Day; Nine Pin Reel; No Name!; No Name Reel; None So Pretty (Rondo); Norin Miego (Lithuanian); Nova Scotian; Numero Cinco

Box 27, Folder 16O:

O Leave Her To Her Grief!; O Waly, Waly!; O.A.T.A. Reel (Roger Whynot); O’Donal Abhu; Oh Paddy Dear; Oklahoma Mixer; Old Fashioned Girl; Old Fashioned Two-Step; Old Men’s Jig;The Old Brown Mares Are Back in Town; Old Rosin, The Beau; Old Time Quadrille; Onaway!; Oslo Waltz

Box 27, Folder 17Pa-Pe:

Pajama Jig; Page’s Polka (Dudley Briggs, for Ralph Page); Panzer Quadrille; Parson’s Quadrille; Pata Pata; The Patent Slipper; Patrick Sheehan or The Glen of Aherlow; Paul White’s Jig; Pea Straw; Pear Waltz; The Pearly Steam Polka; Perlacher Laendler No. 18; “The Pesky Sarpent, or Springfield Mountain”; Pete Colby’s Jig; Les Petites Allemandes

Box 27, Folder 18Pi-Pu:

Pickering’s Remove; Pines Bridge; Plain Quadrille; Pioneer Polka Square; Pioneer Quadrille; Polka Sextur; Polonaise (Farewell To MY Country)/Bo’skany; Pop Goes The Weasel; Pretty Nancy Dowent; Pretty To Me; Pride of Dingle; Prince Alfred Waltz; Problems/Lilting Laura; Progressive Squares by Ed Gilmore; Proud Mary; Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet

Box 27, Folder 19“Prince Imperial Quadrille” (19th century original manuscript)
Box 27, Folder 20Q:

Quadrille Bouchard; Le Quadrille de la Vie Parisienne;Quadrille Joyeux; Quadrilles

Box 27, Folder 21R:

Race-Horse Galop; Raksi-Jaak; Ralph’s Treat Polka (Rich Blazej); Ramsgate Pier; Red River Valley; Red’s (British) Sorrow; Reel de Rimouski; Le Reel de Jeunes Mariés; Reel of Happiness; Regiment Quickstep; Reverie of an Old Fiddler; Rhine Hornpipe/Miss manning’s Reel; Ricardo or The Persian Dance; The Rigadoone; Road To The Isles; Rochester Schottisch; Roger’s Jig; Ronnie Jimmie and John; The Rose; Rose of the Prairie Waltz; The Rose Quadrille; Ross Reel #4; Le Rossignol; Royal Wedding Coach; Rumunsko Kolo; Russian Waltz; Rye Waltz

Box 27, Folder 22S:

St. Patrick’s Breastplate; Sackett’s Harbor; Sailor’s Dream; Sally Good’in; Salutation Polka; Sardana/Casteltersol (Catalan dances); Sax Waltz; Scaley Polka; Schottische; Schottische or Canadian 4-Step; Schottische Mixer Scottish March; Scotty O’Neil (Bob McQuillen); Second Cahnce Reel/Roger’s Dance #2; The Self; Serenata Quadrille; Seven Jumps; The Seven Step Schottische; Seven Steps (German); Sich A Getin Up Stairs; Sicilian Circle; The Sign on the Highway; The Silvery Sparkling Polka; Sing’N'Swing; Sitno Shopsko Horo; Sittin On A Rail; The Sixth of May; The Sweets of May/King of the Fairies/Spanish Ladies; Sky Lark; Slumber Polka; Snow Bird Waltz; Sonderburg Double Quadrille; Song of Enoch Arden; Sotis (Slovenian Couple Dance); Souvenir A Pologne; Spanish Cavalier; Spanish Fandango; The Spanish Patriot; Split The Ring; Square Dance Boogie; Square Thru Polka; Star and a Wheel; Star and Chain; Stars & Stripes Proper; Stepney Chain; Stodola Polka/Shusti-Fidli (Czechoslovak); Ston(e)y Point; Strawberries & Raspberries; ‘S Trommt ‘Em Babeli; Successful Campaign/Gallonay Tom/From The Man Whom I Love; Sudmalinas (Latvian); Sultan’s Polka; Swedish Varsovienne; Sweet Evelena Waltz; Swing Your Opposites; Swingin’ In The Hills; Swinging On A Gate; Symmetrical Force; Symmetrical Reels of Three

Box 27, Folder 23T:

Take A Peek; Tango Poquito; Tant’ Hessie; Tavern in the Town; Tchukarichka Kolo; The Tempest; Ten Pretty Girls; Tennessee Wig Walk; Tequila; Terry’s Birthday; Teton Mountain Stomp; Texas Star; Three Fishers Went Sailing; Timber Salvage Reel; Tina; To Ting; Totur; The Tourist; Tribute To Dr. Lloyd Shaw; A Trip To Canterbury; Tuesday’s Child; Tune From Brittany; Twin Traveler Hash; Tyrolienne Waltz

Box 27, Folder 24U:

Uncle John’s Quadrille; Union March

Box 27, Folder 25V:

Valle Gånglåt; Varsouvianna/Varsovienne; Virginia Reel; Virginia Reel Square

Box 27, Folder 26W:

Walkin’ and Whistlin’; Walking My Baby Back Home; Walpole Cottage; Waltz Quadrille; Walz Mazurka; Wandering Waltz Contra; Wearin’ of the Green; Weaving Dance; Wedding Polka; Weggis Fance (Swiss); Were Yo There?; Westering Home; What A beau Yor Granny Was/The Doubtful Shepherd; When The Bloom Is On The Sage; When You Wore A Tulip; Whisper of Love Waltz; White Water Jig; Whiteclad Is Now…; Why Oh Why; Whynot’s Wonderful; Willkommen; Winona Polka; Winsted Quadrille; Wrteck of the No. 9/McNamara’s Band; The Wrecker’s Daughter

Box 27, Folder 27Y-Z:

Year End (Ralph Page); Yankee Doodle; Yorkshire Square Eight (English country dance); You’d Be Surprised; Young Albion; The Young Widow; Zig, Zag, Zing; Zip Coon; Zizaj Nane (Horo); Zorba’s dance; Zulu Warriors; Zwodzony (Teasing dance, Silesian)

Box 28
Box 28, Folder 1Contras, printed collections
Box 28, Folder 2Contras, instruction and calls
Box 28, Folder 3Contras, unidentified
Box 28, Folder 4Contras, various
Box 28, Folder 5International music – various
Box 28, Folder 6Square dances, notes and calls
Box 28, Folder 7Square dances, printed collections
Box 28, Folder 8Calls and instruction – 2 or more songs per sheet of paper (more calls and instructions in Oversize Box 1)
Box 28, Folder 9Miscellaneous: instructions and and calls from various record companies
Box 28, Folder 10Notebook of various songs
Box 28, Folder 11Notebook of various tunes
Box 28, Folder 12Notebook of various tunes
Box 28, Folder 13Notebook of various tunes
Box 28, Folder 14Notebook of various tunes (other notebooks in Oversize Box 1)
Box 28, Folder 15Notebook of various tunes
Box 28, Folder 16Unidentified music

Series 8: Typescripts of Early American and British Dance Books and Manuscripts

(2 Boxes)
Box 29
Box 29, Folder 1The American Ladies Pocketbook for 1797
Box 29, Folder 2The American Ladies Pocketbook, 1820. And: New Country Dances & Waltzes, 1820
Box 29, Folder 3The Ball Room Guide: A Description of the Most Popular Contra Dances of the Day
Box 29, Folder 4Blanchard, Willard. A Collection of the Most Celebrated Country Dances and Cotillions.
Box 29, Folder 5Burbank, John. A New Collection of Country Dances for the Year 1799.
Box 29, Folder 6“Cobb manuscript, 1849-1850”
Box 29, Folder 7“Cobb manuscript, Tunes from the Cobb mss.,” notebook
Box 29, Folder 8A Collection of Contra Dances of Late, Approved and Fashionable Figures
Box 29, Folder 9Collection of the Newest Cotillions and Country Dances: to which is added A Variety of Modern Songs…
Box 29, Folder 10The Dancer’s Instructor
Box 29, Folder 11The Echo or Federal Songster
Box 29, Folder 12An Elegant Collection of New Figures Lately Composed for the Use of Dancing Schools
Box 29, Folder 13“The Essex Institute manuscript”
Box 29, Folder 14Fishar, James. 16 Cotillions, 16 Minuets, 12 Allemands & 12 Hornpipes.
Box 29, Folder 15Fraisier, M.J.C. The Scholar’s Companion: Containing a Choice Collection of Cotillions and Country Dances.
Box 29, Folder 16Greenwood, John. “John Greenwood’s Fife Major Tunes” (1775-1776).
Box 29, Folder 17Griffith, John. Collection of the Newest and Most Fashionable Country Dances and Cotillions.
Box 29, Folder 18Hall, Samuel. “Samuel Hall’s Music Book” (Violino Primo) ca. early 19th century, Walpole, N.H.
Box 29, Folder 19Hill, Frederick. Frederick Hill’s Book of Quadrilles and Country Dances.
Box 29, Folder 20“The Holmain manuscript”
Box 29, Folder 21The Ladies and Gentleman’s Companion: Containing the Newest Cotillions and Country Dances. And: Malecot, George. “George Malecot’s Music Book” [see Special Oversize ML 96 .G45 1778].
Box 29, Folder 22Merrill, Joseph. “Manuscript of New Country Dances.”
Box 29, Folder 23Mussey, Thomas. “Mussey Call Book.”
Box 29, Folder 24A New Collection of Country Dances for the Use of Dancing Assemblies, in the year 1799.
Box 29, Folder 25Nichols, Francis B. A Guide to Politeness, or A System of Directions for the Acquirement of Ease Propriety and Elegance of Manners. Together with a Variety of Approved Sets of Cotillions and Contra Dances.
Box 29, Folder 26Parker, Ruth. “Ruth Parker’s Notebook of 1802.”
Box 29, Folder 27“Register of Dances at Castle Menzies.”
Box 29, Folder 28Rice, P. A Choice Collection of Contra Dances, principally composed by P. Rice.
Box 29, Folder 29“Ridgely collection, folder 27.”
Box 29, Folder 30Saltator, ?. A Treatise on Dancing and Various Other Matters…
Box 29, Folder 31Schaffer, ?. A Collection of Cotillions and Contra Dances.
Box 29, Folder 32A Select Collection of the Newest and Most Favorite Country Dances, Waltzes, Reels, and Cotillions as Performed at Court and all Grand Assemblies Comprising Upwards of 350 Figures.
Box 29, Folder 33Shepley, Nancy. Dances (55 Cotillions and Contra Dances).
Box 29, Folder 34The Sky Lark or Gentlemen’s and Ladies Songster.
Box 29, Folder 35“Thompson manuscript,” 1773.
Box 30
Box 30, Folder 1Twenty Four Fashionable Country Dances for the Year 1799 with their Proper Figures as Performed at the Court, Bath and All Publc Assemblies…
Box 30, Folder 2Weeks, Clement. “A Collection of Dances Belonging to Clement Weeks, of Greenland [N.H.], Feb. 12th 1783.”
Box 30, Folder 3Wheatstone’s Selection of Elegant & Fashionable Country Dances, Reels, Waltzes, etc. for the Ensuing Season.
Box 30, Folder 4Wilcox, Asa. Asa Wilcox’s Book of Figures.
Box 30, Folder 5Wilson, T. An Analysis of Country Dancing….
Box 30, Folder 6Ibid.
Box 30, Folder 7Young, D. A Collection of the Newest Country Dances Perform’d in Scotland.
Box 30, Folder 8Unidentified notebook
Box 30, Folder 9Miscellaneous

Series 9: Festival Programs

Box 31
Box 31, Folder 1Folk Dance Federation of California, 1950-1955
Box 31, Folder 2Monadnock Foliage Festival, 1947-1965 [*see also Oversize Box 2]
Box 31, Folder 3National Folk Festival, 1940-1949 [*see also Oversize Box 2]
Box 31, Folder 4National Folk Festival Association, 1972
Box 31, Folder 5New England Folk Festival, 1944-1951
Box 31, Folder 6New England Folk Festival, 1952-1957 [*see also Oversize Box 2]
Box 31, Folder 7New England Folk Festival, 1958-1963 [*see also Oversize Box 2]
Box 31, Folder 8New England Folk Festival, 1964-1970
Box 31, Folder 9New England Folk Festival, 1971-1980
Box 31, Folder 10New England Folk Festival, 1980-1986
Box 31, Folder 11New Hampshire Folk Festival, 1946-1964
Box 31, Folder 12Oktoberfest (Stowe, Vermont Folk Festival), 1964-1976
Box 31, Folder 13Square & Folk Dance Leaders of the Delaware Valley, 1953-1957
Box 31, Folder 14Miscellaneous programs, 1947-1976

Series 10: Dance Programs

Subseries A: With Ralph Page

Box 31, Folder 15Belmont (Mass.) Country Dances, 1947-1948
Box 31, Folder 16Country Dance & Song Society (CDSS), 1944-1975
Box 31, Folder 17English Folk Dance & Song Society (EFDSS), 1966
Box 31, Folder 18Fitchburg (Mass.) Quadrille Club, 1947-1964
Box 31, Folder 19Folk Dance House (the Hermans), Annual Ralph Page Day, 1958-1972
Box 31, Folder 20Keene, New Hampshire, various dances
Box 31, Folder 21New England Folk Festival Association, 1960-1968
Box 31, Folder 22New Hampshire Folk Dancers (the Priests)
Box 31, Folder 23New Hampshire Folk Federation, 1960-1961
Box 31, Folder 24Worcester (Mass.) Quadrille Club
Box 31, Folder 25YMCAs
Box 31, Folder 26YWCA’s (primarily Boston)
Box 31, Folder 27Various, 1940-1959
Box 31, Folder 28Various, 1960-1969
Box 31, Folder 29Various, 1970-1979
Box 31, Folder 30Various, n.d.

Subseries B: Without Ralph Page

Box 32
Box 32, Folder 1Miscellaneous, 1940-1949
Box 32, Folder 2Miscellaneous, 1950-1959
Box 32, Folder 3Miscellaneous, 1960-1969 [*see also Oversize Box 2]
Box 32, Folder 4Miscellaneous, 1970-1979
Box 32, Folder 5Miscellaneous, 1980-1985
Box 32, Folder 6Miscellaneous, n.d.

Series 11: Folk Dance Camp Programs

Box 32, Folder 7Fall Dance Weekend (Stoddard, N.H., East Hill Farm), 1959-1983
Box 32, Folder 8Folk Dance Camp Reunion & Review Session, 1952-1953
Box 32, Folder 9Maine Folk Dance Camp
Box 32, Folder 10Monadnock Folkways Summer School
Box 32, Folder 11New Hampshire Folk Dance Camp, Sept 1952-1981
Box 32, Folder 12“Ralph Page Contra Institute,” 1954
Box 32, Folder 13Spring Weekend of Folk & Square Dancing, 1961-1983 (East Hill Farm)
Box 32, Folder 14University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp
Box 32, Folder 15Year End Camp, 1957-1984
Box 32, Folder 16Miscellaneous folk dance camp brochures, 1951-1964

Series 12: Sheet Music

(17 Boxes)

Subseries A: Individual Songs

Box 33
Box 33, Folder 1Abdul The Bulbul Ameer
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Jim Smock
  • Lyricist: Jim Smock
  • Performer: Ben Pollack and Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 2Abide With Me
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 3Across The Alley From The Alamo
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Joe Greene
  • Lyricist: Joe Greene
  • Performer: Stan Kenton and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Capital Songs Inc.
Box 33, Folder 4Africa Lancers for Piano
  • Copyright Date: 1894
  • Composer: Dox Cruger
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Manhattan Music Pub. Co.
Box 33, Folder 5After The Ball
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Chas. K. Harris
  • Lyricist: Chas. K. Harris
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chas. K. Harris
Box 33, Folder 6After The Ball Is Over
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Chas. K. Harris
  • Lyricist: Chas. K. Harris
  • Arranged by John Bach
  • Performer: "Cee" Davidson and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 7After The Cakewalk
  • Copyright Date: 1900
  • Composer: Nathaniel Dett
  • Lyricist: Nathaniel Dett
  • Arranged by Lee Orean Smith
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: AJ Dewey
  • Publisher: Vandersloot Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 8Ain't Dat A Shame
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Walter Wilson
  • Lyricist: John Queen
  • Arranged by Lawrence Paul
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 9Alexander
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by F. Losse
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: W.F. Shaw
Box 33, Folder 10Alice Blue Gown
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Harry Tierney
  • Lyricist: Joseph McCarthy
  • Performer: Anna Neagle
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
  • From RKO Radio Picture Irene
Box 33, Folder 11Alice, Where Art Thou?
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Eddie Howard and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 12All Aboard For Dixie Land
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: George L. Cobb
  • Lyricist: Jack Yellen
  • Performer: Elizabeth M. Murray
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 33, Folder 13All Ashore
  • Copyright Date: 1938
  • Composer: Billy Hill
  • Lyricist: Billy Hill
  • Performer: Barry Wood
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 33, Folder 14All By Myself
  • Copyright Date: 1921
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Inc.
Box 33, Folder 15Almeda March
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: C.I. Valentine
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: The Irving Pub. Co.
Box 33, Folder 16Aloha Oe (Hawaiian Farewell Song)
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Queen Lydia Liluokalani
  • Lyricist: Marvin Lee
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 17Always
  • Copyright Date: 1925
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 18Always In The Way
  • Copyright Date: 1903
  • Composer: Chas. K. Harris
  • Lyricist: Chas. K. Harris
  • Performer: Alta Yolo
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chas. K. Harris
Box 33, Folder 19America The Beautiful
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Samuel A. Ward
  • Lyricist: Katherine Lee Bates
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Boston Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 20American Patrol
  • Copyright Date: 1941; 1942
  • Composer: F.W. Meacham
  • Lyricist: Earl Haubrich
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Moderne Publications; Calumet Music Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 33, Folder 21Annie Laurie
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Victor Young and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 22Any Rags
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Thos. S. Allen
  • Lyricist: Thos. S. Allen
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 23April Smiles Waltz (Sourire D'Avril Valse)
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: Maurice Depret
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Dewey
  • Publisher: De Luxe Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 24Arkansas Traveler
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: music from an old American Fiddle Tune
  • Lyricist: Newt Martin
  • Performer: Patsy Montana
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 25Around The World in 80 Days
  • Copyright Date: 1956
  • Composer: Victor Young
  • Lyricist: Harold Adamson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
Box 33, Folder 26Auld Lang Syne
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Morton Downey
  • Illustrator: Maurice Seymour photo
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 27At The Balalaika
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: George Posford, adapted by Herbert Stothart
  • Lyricist: Eric Maschwitz, new lyrics by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest
  • Performer: Nelson Eddy
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
  • From the MGM Production Balalaika
Box 33, Folder 28Badinage Polka
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: G. Ludovic
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: W.F. Shaw
Box 33, Folder 29The Band Played On
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Chas. B. Ward
  • Lyricist: John F. Palmer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 30Barbara Allen
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Gloria Hart with Art Kassel
  • Illustrator: Maurice Seymour photo
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 31Barbara Polka (Baruska)
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: F. Kovarik
  • Lyricist: Sev Kocicky
  • Arranged by Paul Lawrence
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Moderne Publications; Calumet Music
  • 2 copies
Box 33, Folder 32Barcarolle
  • Copyright Date: 1911
  • Composer: Jacques Offenbach
  • Lyricist: Jacques Offenbach
  • Arranged by W.C. Polla
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Morris Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 33Barnacle Bill The Sailor
  • Copyright Date: 1931
  • Composer: Carson Robison and Frank Luther
  • Lyricist: Carson Robison and Frank Luther
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Peer International Corp.
Box 33, Folder 34Beautiful Blue Danube
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Johann Strauss
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 35Beautiful Dreamer
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Stephen C. Foster
  • Lyricist: Stephen C. Foster
  • Arranged by Bernice Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 36A Beautiful Lady In Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: J. Fred Coots
  • Lyricist: Sam M. Lewis
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
Box 33, Folder 37Beautiful Lake Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1872
  • Composer: E. Mack
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Lee & Walker
Box 33, Folder 38Beautiful Ohio
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Mary Earl
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 33, Folder 39The Bee (L'Abeille)
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Francois Schubert
  • Lyricist: Charles Harrison
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 40Beer Barrel Polka (Roll Out The Barrels)
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Lew Brown, WLadimir A. Timm & Jaromir Vejvoda
  • Lyricist: Lew Brown, WLadimir A. Timm & Jaromir Vejvoda
  • Performer: Lew Brown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 33, Folder 41Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Kay Kyser and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 42Bell Bottom Trousers
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Moe Jaffe
  • Lyricist: Moe Jaffe
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy Inc.
Box 33, Folder 43The Belle of the Village Ball, Around and Around She Goes
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Donald Shockey
  • Lyricist: Donald Shockey
  • Performer: Dick Jurgens and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: HBK
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy-Select Inc.
Box 33, Folder 44Beseda, Bohemian National Dance
  • Copyright Date: 1916
  • Composer: Fred Heller
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Louis Vitak
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Georgi & Vital Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 45Betty Co-Ed
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: J. Paul Fogarty & Rudy Vallee
  • Lyricist: J. Paul Fogarty & Rudy Vallee
  • Performer: Phil Spitalny
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Carl Fischer Inc.
Box 33, Folder 46Billy Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Tiny Hill and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 47Birmingham Jail
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 48Black Hawk Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1902
  • Composer: Mary E. Walsh
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Century Music Publishing
Box 33, Folder 49Black Hawk Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Mary E. Walsh
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 50Blue Bell
  • Copyright Date: 1933
  • Composer: Theodore F. Morse
  • Lyricist: Edward Madden and Dolly Morse
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
  • Found in Columbia's Picture The Jolson Story
Box 33, Folder 51Blue Danube Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Johann Strauss
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo
  • Arranged by Jim Smock
  • Performer: Walter Blaufuss, Conductor
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 33, Folder 52Blue Pacific Moonlight
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Jack Payne and Wallace Herbert
  • Lyricist: Jack Payne and Wallace Herbert
  • Performer: Guy Lombardo and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Leff
  • Publisher: Santly Bros. Inc.
Box 33, Folder 53Blue shadows On The Trail
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Eliot Daniel
  • Lyricist: Johnny Lange
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy Inc.
  • From Walt Disney's New Hit Musical Melody Time
Box 33, Folder 54Blue Skys
  • Copyright Date: 1927
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Inc.
Box 34
Box 34, Folder 1Blue Skirt Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Vaclav Blaha
  • Lyricist: Mitchell Parish
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: BJH
  • Publisher: Mills Music Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 34, Folder 2The Blue Tail Fly (Jimmy Crack Corn)
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: Gene Autry, Roy Acuff, Rosalie Allen, Shorty Warren, Captain Stubby & the Buccaneers
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Song Distributing Corp.
Box 34, Folder 3The Bowery
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Percy Gaunt
  • Lyricist: Chas. H. Hoyt
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Jackie Heller
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 4Brahms Lullaby
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Johannes Brahms
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo
  • Arranged by Jim Smock
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 5The Bright Mohawk Valley
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Patsy Montana
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 6Bringing In The Sheaves
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 7The Broncho Buster
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: Embassy Boys
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 8The Bronk That Wouldn't Bust
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: Si Perkins and His Folk
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 9Brush Those Tears From Your Eyes
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Oakley Haldeman, Al Trace and Jimmy Lee
  • Lyricist: Oakley Haldeman, Al Trace and Jimmy Lee
  • Performer: Evelyn Knight
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leed Music Corp.
Box 34, Folder 10Buffalo Gals
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: "Husk" O'Hare
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 11"Bully" Song
  • Copyright Date: 1940; 1941
  • Composer: Charles E. Trevathan
  • Lyricist: Charles E. Trevathan
  • Performer: Betty and the Escorts
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Vogel Music Co.; Calumet Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 34, Folder 12Bury Me Out On The Prairie
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 13A Bushel And A Peck
  • Copyright Date: 1950
  • Composer: Frank Loesser
  • Lyricist: Frank Loesser
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
  • From Broadway Production of Guys And Dolls
Box 34, Folder 14Buttons And Bows
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
  • Lyricist: Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
  • Performer: Bob Hope
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Famous Music Corp
  • From Paramount Picture The Paleface
Box 34, Folder 15By The River Of The Roses
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Joe Burke
  • Lyricist: Marty Symes
  • Performer: Sammy Kaye
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 34, Folder 16By The Silver Rio Grande
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Ben Pollack & Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 17The Caissons Go Rolling Along
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: U.S. Army Song
  • Lyricist: U.S. Army Song
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 18Call Me Back, Pal O'Mine
  • Copyright Date: 1921
  • Composer: Harold Dixon
  • Lyricist: Lawrence Perricone
  • Performer: Harold Dixon
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Dixon-Lane Music Pub. Co.
Box 34, Folder 19Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon
  • Copyright Date: 1910
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: ABC Music Corp.
Box 34, Folder 20Captain Cupid
  • Copyright Date: 1908
  • Composer: Arthur Pryor
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Carl Fischer
Box 34, Folder 21Careless Hands
  • Copyright Date: 1949
  • Composer: Bob Hilliard and Carl Sigman
  • Lyricist: Bob Hilliard and Carl Sigman
  • Performer: Sammy Kaye and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Melrose Music Corp.
Box 34, Folder 22Carnival of Venice
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Paganinni
  • Lyricist: Barclay Gray
  • Arranged by Lawrence Paul
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 23Cecile Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Frank W. McKee
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: G. Ricordi & Co.
Box 34, Folder 24Chickery Chick
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Sidney Lippman
  • Lyricist: Sylvia Dee
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy Inc.
Box 34, Folder 25Childhood Dreams
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: Cliff Carlisle
  • Lyricist: Cliff Carlisle
  • Performer: Prairie Ramblers
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 26Children's Games
  • Copyright Date: 1893
  • Composer: Frank Banta
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Spaulding & Kornder
Box 34, Folder 27Christmas Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1886
  • Composer: Allen Dodworth
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: S.T. Gordon & Son
Box 34, Folder 28The Church In The Wildwood
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 29Cielito Lindo (Beautiful Heaven)
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Fernandez
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Eddie Howard and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 30Ciribribin (Neapolitan Love Song)
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: A. Pestalozza
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Jan Garber
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 31Clarinet Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Jan Dvoraky and Laurence Paul
  • Lyricist: Jan Dvoraky and Laurence Paul
  • Performer: Lawrence Welk and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 32Clayton's Grand March
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Chas. D. Blake
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 33Clementine
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Percy Montrose
  • Lyricist: Percy Montrose
  • Performer: Johnny "Scat" Davis
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 34Climbing Up The Garden Stairs
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Happy Jack Turner
  • Illustrator: Maurice Seymour (photo)
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 35The Colonial Dance
  • Copyright Date: 1903
  • Composer: Arthur R. Zita
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: The Union Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 36Collegiate
  • Copyright Date: 1925
  • Composer: Moe Jaffe and Nat Bonx
  • Lyricist: Moe Jaffe and Nat Bonx
  • Performer: Coon-Sanders "Original Night Hawks"
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 34, Folder 37Combination Polka Quadrille
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: Fred O. Dauchy
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: C.M. Loomis Sons
Box 34, Folder 38Come Back To Erin
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Claribel
  • Lyricist: Claribel
  • Performer: Al Trace and his ABC Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet
Box 34, Folder 39Come Back To Sorrento (Torna A Surriento)
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Ernesto De Curtis
  • Lyricist: G.B. De Curtis; John Webb (English lyrics)
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 40Come, Josephine In My Flying Machine
  • Copyright Date: 1910
  • Composer: Fred Fischer
  • Lyricist: Alfred Bryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 34, Folder 41Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Jule Styne
  • Lyricist: Sammy Kahn
  • Performer: Frank Sinatra
  • Illustrator: RKO Radio Pictures
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms Co.
  • From RKO Radio Pictures Step Lively
Box 34, Folder 42Come With Me My Honey (The song of Calypso Joe)
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Mack David, Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer
  • Lyricist: Mack David, Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy Inc.
Box 34, Folder 43Comin' In On A Wing And A Prayer
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jimmy McHugh
  • Lyricist: Harold Adamson
  • Performer: Kay Kyser and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Sorokin
  • Publisher: Robbins Music Corp.
Box 34, Folder 44Comin' Thro' The Rye
  • Copyright Date: 1938
  • Composer: Robert Burns
  • Lyricist: Robert Burns
  • Performer: Bob Crosby and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 45The Connecticut March
  • Copyright Date: 1928
  • Composer: William Nassann
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Paull-Pioneer Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 46Contrary Mary Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1909
  • Composer: H.C. Vernor
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Gene Buck
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 34, Folder 47Country Club Barn Dance
  • Copyright Date: 1904
  • Composer: A. Caldwell
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: G.W. Setchell
Box 34, Folder 48Cowboy Jack
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Happy Jack Turner
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 49Cowboy's Heaven
  • Copyright Date: 1934
  • Composer: Gene Autry and Frankie Marvin
  • Lyricist: Gene Autry and Frankie Marvin
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Ken Houghins
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 50The Cowboy's Meditation
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: Clayton McMichen's Georgia Wildcats
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 34, Folder 51Cruising Down The River (On A Sunday Afternoon)
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Eily Beadell and Nell Tollerton
  • Lyricist: Eily Beadell and Nell Tollerton
  • Performer: Blue Baron
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Henry Spitzer
Box 34, Folder 52Cuckoo Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: J.E. Jonasson
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Laurence Paul
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Moderne Pub.
Box 34, Folder 53Cupid Mazurka
  • Copyright Date: 1873
  • Composer: Wm. Cramer
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: J.P Shaw
Box 34, Folder 54Cyclone
  • Copyright Date: 1881
  • Composer: F.W. Meacham
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Geo. Molimeux
Box 35
Box 35, Folder 1Daisies Won't Tell
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Anita Owen
  • Lyricist: Anita Owen
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 2Damask Rose Schottisch
  • Copyright Date: 1867
  • Composer: C. Kinkel
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: J.L. Peters & Bro
Box 35, Folder 3Dance of the Golden Rods
  • Copyright Date: 1908
  • Composer: John J. Fitzpatrick
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: De Luxe Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 35, Folder 4Dance With A Dolly (With A Hole in her Stocking)
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Terry Shand, Jimmy Eaton, and Mickey Leader
  • Lyricist: Terry Shand, Jimmy Eaton, and Mickey Leader
  • Performer: Evelyn Knight
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 35, Folder 5Dark Eyes (Russian Ballad)
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: Bernice Manoloff (English Lyrics)
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Del Courtney & his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 6De Camptown Races
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Stephen C. Foster
  • Lyricist: Stephen C. Foster
  • Performer: Dick Mansfield's "Aristocrats of Rhythm"
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 7Dear Old Western Skies
  • Copyright Date: 1934
  • Composer: Gene Autry
  • Lyricist: Gene Autry
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Jerry, The Yodeling Cowboy
  • Illustrator: LKummel
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 8Deep River
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jim Smock
  • Performer: Charlie Agnew and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 9Did You Ever Get That Feeling In The Moonlight
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: James Cavanaugh, Larry Stock and Ira Schuster
  • Lyricist: James Cavanaugh, Larry Stock and Ira Schuster
  • Performer: Perry Como
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Paull-Pioneer Music Corp.
Box 35, Folder 10Did You Happen To Find A Heart?
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Lew Pollack
  • Lyricist: Herb Magidson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Southern Music Pub. Co.
  • From RKO Picture Music in Manattan
Box 35, Folder 11Dixie Girl
  • Copyright Date: 1903
  • Composer: J. Bodewalt Lampe
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Whitney-Warner Pub. Co.
Box 35, Folder 12Do They Think Of Me At Home
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Aunt Grace
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 13Doin' What Comes Natur'lly
  • Copyright Date: 1946
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Ethel Merman
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Music Co.
  • From Rodgers & Hammerstein's Annie Get Your Gun
Box 35, Folder 14Don't Believe Everything You Dream
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jimmy McHugh
  • Lyricist: Harold Adamson
  • Performer: Georgie Carroll and Harry Babbitt
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Robbins Music Corp
  • From RKO Picture Around The World
Box 35, Folder 15Don't Fence Me In
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Cole Porter
  • Lyricist: Cole Porter
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Harms Inc.
  • From the Warner Bros. Picture Hollywood Canteen
Box 35, Folder 16Don't Sweetheart Me
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Cliff Friend and Charlie Tobias
  • Lyricist: Cliff Friend and Charlie Tobias
  • Performer: Jan Garber and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Advanced Music Corp.
Box 35, Folder 17Don't You Love Me Anymore
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Mack David, Al Hoffman and Jerry Livingston
  • Lyricist: Mack David, Al Hoffman and Jerry Livingston
  • Performer: Jack Smith
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Oxford Music Corp.
Box 35, Folder 18Down By The Station
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Lee Ricks and Slim Gaillard
  • Lyricist: Lee Ricks and Slim Gaillard
  • Performer: Vaughn Monroe
  • Illustrator: Knight
  • Publisher: American Academy of Music
Box 35, Folder 19Down In A Coal Mine
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: J.B. Geoghegan
  • Lyricist: J.B. Geoghegan
  • Performer: Mountain Pete Angel
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 20Down In The Valley (Hear That Train Blow)
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Frank Luther
  • Lyricist: Frank Luther
  • Performer: The Andrew Sisters
  • Illustrator: Holley
  • Publisher: Leeds Music Corp.
  • From Universal Picture Moonlight and Cactus
Box 35, Folder 21Down In Alabam'
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: J. Warner
  • Lyricist: J. Warner
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 22Down South
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: Wm. H. Myddleton
  • Lyricist: Sigmund Spaeth
  • Performer: Spike Jones and his Country Cousins
  • Illustrator: Hoffman
  • Publisher: Edward B Marks Music Corp.
Box 35, Folder 23Down The River Of Golden Dreams
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: John Klenner and Nathaniel Shilkret
  • Lyricist: John Klenner and Nathaniel Shilkret
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 35, Folder 24Down Went McGinty
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Joseph Flynn
  • Lyricist: Joseph Flynn
  • Arranged by V.G. Ganeff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 25Dream Girl Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1906
  • Composer: D.E. Harlem
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Sam Fox Pub. Co.
Box 35, Folder 26Dreaming and You Tell Me Your Dream (2 Songs)
  • Copyright Date: 1906; 1946
  • Composer: J. Anton Dailey; Chas N. Daniels
  • Lyricist: L.W Heiser; Seymour Rice and Albert H. Brown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 35, Folder 27Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 28The Eastbound Train
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Winnie, Lou and Sally
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 29Edelweiss Glide
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: F.E. Vanderbeck
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: De Luxe Music
Box 35, Folder 30Emmet's Lullaby
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Joseph K. Emmet
  • Lyricist: Joseph K. Emmet
  • Performer: Russ Perkins
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 31Engaged Waltzes
  • Copyright Date: 1879
  • Composer: H. Jos. Strauss
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: Agnes Booth
  • Illustrator: Bogardus (photo)
  • Publisher: G.D. Russell
Box 35, Folder 32Ephasafa Dill
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Sterling & Costello
  • Performer: Ray Noble
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 33Ermine (Melodies from the Comic Opera)
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: Edward Jakobowski
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Richard A. Saalfield
Box 35, Folder 34Esmeralda (Mazurka)
  • Copyright Date: 1875
  • Composer: Henry Maylath
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: E.H. Harding
Box 35, Folder 35Espanita (Spanish Waltzes)
  • Copyright Date: 1895
  • Composer: George Rosey
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Box 35, Folder 36Ev'ry Day I Love You (Just A Little Bit More)
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jule Styne
  • Lyricist: Sammy Cahn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Harms, Inc.
  • From Warner Bros. Picture Two Guys From Texas
Box 35, Folder 37A Face in a Golden Frame
  • Copyright Date: 1904
  • Composer: Lynch & Tragman
  • Lyricist: Lynch & Tragman
  • Performer: Miss Emma De Castro
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: American Advance Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 38Far Away Places
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer
  • Lyricist: Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Nick
  • Publisher: Laurel Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 35, Folder 39The Favorite
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: John Hartmann
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: L.A. Blanchard
Box 35, Folder 40Festivity Quadrille
  • Copyright Date: 1891
  • Composer: T.H. Rollinson
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co.
Box 35, Folder 41Finlandia
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Jan Sibelius
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Moderne Pub.
Box 35, Folder 42The Flowers That Bloom In The Spring
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Arthur Sullivan
  • Lyricist: W.S. Gilbert
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
  • From The Mikado
Box 35, Folder 43Fling Spray Boat Song
  • Copyright Date: 1903
  • Composer: G.M. Adamson
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Evans Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 44For You
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Heinz Roemheld
  • Lyricist: Wm. F. Dugan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Handman, Kent & Goodman Inc.
  • From Universal Pictures Captain Of The Guard
Box 35, Folder 45Fortune Teller
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Dave Marion
  • Lyricist: Dave Marion
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 35, Folder 46Four Little Blackberries (Schottische)
  • Copyright Date: 1907
  • Composer: Lawrence B. O'Connor
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Walter Jacobs
  • 2 copies
Box 36
Box 36, Folder 1Four Little Butterflies
  • Copyright Date: 1910
  • Composer: Lawrence B. O'Connor
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: EH Pfeiffer
  • Publisher: The Colonial Music Pub. Co.
Box 36, Folder 2Four Thousand Years Ago
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Jimmy Long
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 3Frankie and Johnny
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jim Smock
  • Performer: Prairie Ramblers
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 4Frat (March-Two-Step)
  • Copyright Date: 1910
  • Composer: John F. Barth
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Ray
  • Publisher: Sam Fox Pub. Co.
Box 36, Folder 5Funiculi-Funicula
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Luigi Denza
  • Lyricist: Luigi Denza
  • Arranged by Mort. H. Glickman
  • Performer: Archie Bleyer and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 6The Gangster Warning
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: Gene Autry
  • Lyricist: Gene Autry
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Blaine and Cal Smith
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 7Gavotte
  • Copyright Date: 1895
  • Composer: Julius Eichberg
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson & Co.
Box 36, Folder 8General Grant's March
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: E. Mack
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Moissaye Boguslawski
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Moderne Pub.
Box 36, Folder 9Geraldine
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Henry Lodge
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co
Box 36, Folder 10The Girl That I Marry
  • Copyright Date: 1946
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Music Co.
  • From MGM Picture Annie Get Your Gun
Box 36, Folder 11Give My Love To Nell
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: Blue Grass Roy Freeman
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 12God Bless America
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Inc.
Box 36, Folder 13God Bless My Darling, He's Somewhere
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Bill Nettles
  • Lyricist: Bill Nettles
  • Performer: Bill Nettles
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Southern Music Pub. Co.
Box 36, Folder 14The Golden Crown Two-Step
  • Copyright Date: 1898
  • Composer: H. Wakefield Smith
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: H. Wakefield Smith
Box 36, Folder 15Golden Stars Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: L. Sreabbog
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Laurence Paul
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Moderne Publications
Box 36, Folder 16The Golden Wedding
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Gabriel-Marie
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Moderne Publications
Box 36, Folder 17Gondoliers-Lancers
  • Copyright Date: 1890
  • Composer: Theo. Moses
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Theodore Moses
Box 36, Folder 18Gonna Build A Big Fence Around Texas
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Cliff Friend, Katherine Phillips, George Olsen
  • Lyricist: Cliff Friend, Katherine Phillips, George Olsen
  • Performer: George Olsen
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Miller Music Corp.
Box 36, Folder 19Good Bye
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jim Smock
  • Performer: Harold Stokes and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 20Good Luck, Good Health, God Bless You
  • Copyright Date: 1950
  • Composer: Chas. Adams and A. LeRoyal
  • Lyricist: Chas. Adams and A. LeRoyal
  • Performer: Mitch Miller
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Dartmouth Music Inc.
Box 36, Folder 21Good Bye, My Lover, Good Bye
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Sam & Kirk McGee
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 22Goodbye Sue
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jimmy Rule, Lou Ricca and Jules Loman
  • Lyricist: Jimmy Rule, Lou Ricca and Jules Loman
  • Performer: Morton Downey
  • Illustrator: A.S.
  • Publisher: Jewel Music Pub. Co.
Box 36, Folder 23Good Night
  • Copyright Date: 1923
  • Composer: Leo Wood, Irving Bibo, Con Conrad
  • Lyricist: Leo Wood, Irving Bibo, Con Conrad
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 36, Folder 24Goodnight Soldier
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Harry Johnson
  • Lyricist: Harry Johnson
  • Performer: Judy Canova
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Joe Cascales Pubs
Box 36, Folder 25Goofus
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Wayne King and William Harold
  • Lyricist: Gus Kahn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 36, Folder 26Grandfather's Clock
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Leonard Keller and his NBC Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Maurice Seymour (photo)
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 27The Great Divide
  • Copyright Date: 1907
  • Composer: Louis Maurice
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 36, Folder 28Gypsy Girl (Bohemian Girl)
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: M.W. Balfe
  • Lyricist: M.W. Balfe
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 29Hair of Gold, Eyes of Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Sunny Shylar
  • Lyricist: Sunny Shylar
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Robert Music Corp.
Box 36, Folder 30Hallelujah, I'm A Bum
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: Frank Marvin
  • Illustrator: LKammel
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 31Hand Me Down My Walkin' Cane
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Ben Bernie and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 32Hayride Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1951
  • Composer: Mary J. Smith and Madeline Woodward
  • Lyricist: Mary J. Smith and Madeline Woodward
  • Performer: Jane Farwell
  • Illustrator: Phippy
  • Publisher: Country Music Pub.
Box 36, Folder 33Heather Bells
  • Copyright Date: 1906
  • Composer: F.H. Losey
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: WJ Dittmar
  • Publisher: Vandersloot Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 34He Leadth Me
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 35Heel And Toe Polka
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: Carl Faust
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson & Co.
Box 36, Folder 36Heidelberg (Stein Song)
  • Copyright Date: 1902
  • Composer: Gustav Luders
  • Lyricist: Frank Pixley
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 36, Folder 37The Hell Bound Train
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Smiley Burnette
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 38Hello Central, Give Me Heaven
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Chas. K. Harris
  • Lyricist: Chas. K. Harris
  • Performer: Vic Abbs of the Four Californians
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 39Here Comes The Bride
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Richard Wagner
  • Lyricist: V.G. Ganeva
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Morton Downey
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 40Highland Schottisch
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: E.C. Bigelow
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson & Co.
Box 36, Folder 41A Hill Billy Wedding In June
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: Freddie Owen and Frankie More
  • Lyricist: Freddie Owen and Frankie More
  • Performer: Benny Meroff and his NBC Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 42Holy, Holy, Holy
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 43Home On The Range
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Jack Heller
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music
Box 36, Folder 44Homeland Waltzes
  • Copyright Date: 1910
  • Composer: Harry J. Lincoln
  • Lyricist: Harry J. Lincoln
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: WJ Dittmar
  • Publisher: Vandersloot Music Pub. Co.
Box 36, Folder 45The Honey Song (Honey I'm In Love With You)
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Curt Massey and Arbie Gibson
  • Lyricist: Curt Massey and Arbie Gibson
  • Performer: Louise Massey & the Westerners
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
Box 36, Folder 46A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: Theo. A. Metz
  • Lyricist: Joe Hayden
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edward B. Marks Music Corp.
Box 36, Folder 47How Are Things In Glocca Morra
  • Copyright Date: 1946
  • Composer: Burton Lane
  • Lyricist: E.Y. Harburg
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: BJH
  • Publisher: Crawford Music Corp.
Box 36, Folder 48How Many Hearts Have You Broken?
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Al Kaufman
  • Lyricist: Marty Symes
  • Performer: Joan Brooks
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Advanced Music Corp.
Box 36, Folder 49How'd You Like To Be The Iceman?
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Helf & Moran
  • Lyricist: Helf & Moran
  • Performer: Ken Houchins
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 50Humoresque
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Anton Dvorak
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Eddie Oliver and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 36, Folder 51Hurry, Hurry, Hurry (Darling Come Home)
  • Copyright Date: 1952
  • Composer: Alex Alstone
  • Lyricist: Willard Robison
  • Performer: Sammy Kaye
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 36, Folder 52Hush-A-Bye, Ma Baby
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: John Valentine
  • Lyricist: JR Shannon
  • Arranged by Frederic Knight Logan
  • Performer: Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Forster Music Publisher Inc.
Box 37
Box 37, Folder 1I Am the Captain of the Pinafore
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Arthur Sullivan
  • Lyricist: WS Gilbert
  • Arranged by Bernice Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 2I Cannot Sing The Old Songs
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Claribel
  • Lyricist: Claribel
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Eddie Howard and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 3I Do, Do, Do Like You
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Allie Wrubel
  • Lyricist: Allie Wrubel
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Harms Inc.
Box 37, Folder 4I Don't Want Anybody (If I Can't Have You)
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jule Styne
  • Lyricist: Herb Magidson
  • Performer: Helen O'Connell
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: ABC Music Corp.
Box 37, Folder 5I Dreamt That I Dwelt In Marble Halls
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: The Martinettes with Freddy Martin Orchestra
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 6(I Got Spurs) Jingle Jangle Jingle
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Joseph J. Lilley
  • Lyricist: Frank Loesser
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Paramount Music Corp
  • From Paramount Picture The Forest Rangers
Box 37, Folder 7I Had But Fifty Cents
  • Copyright Date: 1933
  • Composer: Jimmy Long
  • Lyricist: Jimmy Long
  • Performer: The Colorado Cowboys
  • Illustrator: LKummel
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 8I Love Thee
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Edvard Grieg
  • Lyricist: EM Smith (English); F. Von Holstein (German)
  • Performer: Wayne King and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 9(I Met Her) On The Boulevard
  • Copyright Date: 1931
  • Composer: Yvonne Donnadieu
  • Lyricist: Tom Ford (English); Jacques Beauplan (French)
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell-Harms Inc.
Box 37, Folder 10I Miss My Swiss
  • Copyright Date: 1925
  • Composer: Abel Baer
  • Lyricist: L. Wolfe Gilbert
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 37, Folder 11I Never Thought I'd Miss You As I Do
  • Copyright Date: 1904
  • Composer: Theodore F. Morse
  • Lyricist: Richard Henry Buck
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: HB Eddy
  • Publisher: F. B. Haviland Pub. Co.
  • From Hearst's Boston Sunday American, Apr 22, 1906
Box 37, Folder 12I Only Want A Buddy - Not A Sweetheart
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: Eddie Jones
  • Lyricist: Eddie Jones
  • Performer: Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M.M. Cole Pub. Co.
Box 37, Folder 13I Threw A Kiss In The Ocean
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Kate Smith
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin
Box 37, Folder 14I Wanna Go Back To West Virginia
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Grace Shannon
  • Lyricist: Bill Crago
  • Performer: Ozzie Nelson & Harriet Hilliard
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Vanguard Songs Inc.
Box 37, Folder 15I Wanna Say Hello
  • Copyright Date: 1951
  • Composer: Jimmy Mac Donald
  • Lyricist: Jack Hoffman
  • Performer: Sir Hubert Pimm & Ellen Sutton
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Johnstone & Montei, Inc.
Box 37, Folder 16I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On The Farm)
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: ABC Standard Music Pub.
Box 37, Folder 17I Want To Thank Your Folks
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss
  • Lyricist: Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss
  • Performer: Perry Como
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Oxford Music Corp.
Box 37, Folder 18I Whistle And Wait For Katie
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Michael Nolan
  • Lyricist: Michael Nolan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 19I Wish I Was Single Again
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Manny Williams and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 20I'd Give A Million Tomorrows (For Just One Yesterday)
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Jerry Livingston
  • Lyricist: Milton Berle
  • Performer: Arthur Godfrey
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Oxford Corp.
Box 37, Folder 21I'd Like To Be In Texas When They Round Up In The Spring
  • Copyright Date: 1927
  • Composer: Carl Copeland and Jack Williams
  • Lyricist: Carl Copeland and Jack Williams
  • Performer: Gene Autry
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 22I'll Be Seeing You
  • Copyright Date: 1938
  • Composer: Sammy Fain
  • Lyricist: Irving Kahal
  • Performer: Freddy Martin
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Williamson Music Inc.
Box 37, Folder 23I'll Dance At Your Wedding
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Ben Oakland
  • Lyricist: Herb Magidson
  • Performer: Tony Martin
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: George Simon Inc.
Box 37, Folder 24I'll Sing Thee Songs Of Araby
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Frederic Clay
  • Lyricist: Frederic Clay
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Prairie Ramblers
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 25I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Thomas P. Westendorf
  • Lyricist: Thomas P. Westendorf
  • Performer: Mark Fisher and his 22-Piece Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 26I'm A-Comin' A-Courtin' Corabelle
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Allie Wrubel
  • Lyricist: Charles Newman
  • Performer: The Korn Kobblers
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Dreyer Music Corp.
Box 37, Folder 27I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Doc Daugherty and Ellis Reynolds
  • Lyricist: Al J. Neiburg
  • Performer: Dinah Shore
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Bourne Music Pub.
Box 37, Folder 28I'm Getting A Moon's Eye View Of The World
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette
  • Lyricist: Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette
  • Performer: Gene Autry
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
  • From Mascot's Picture The Phantom Empire
Box 37, Folder 29I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover
  • Copyright Date: 1927
  • Composer: Harry Woods
  • Lyricist: Mort Dixon
  • Performer: Art Mooney
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 37, Folder 30I'm My Own Grandpaw
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Dwight Latham and Moe Jaffe
  • Lyricist: Dwight Latham and Moe Jaffe
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: George Martin
  • Publisher: General Music Pub. Co.
Box 37, Folder 31I'm Not Jealous (But I Just Don't Like It)
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Ed. G. Nelson and Fred Mayo
  • Lyricist: Harry Pease
  • Performer: Molly King
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: AJ Stasny Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 32I'm Thinking Of My Blue Eyes
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: AP Carter and Don Marcotte
  • Lyricist: AP Carter and Don Marcotte
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Southern Music Pub. Co.
Box 37, Folder 33I've Been Floating Down The Old Green River
  • Copyright Date: 1949
  • Composer: Joe Cooper
  • Lyricist: Bert Kalmar
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Mills Music Inc
  • From 20th Century-Fox Picture Wabash Avenue
Box 37, Folder 34I've Got Rings On My Fingers
  • Copyright Date: 1909
  • Composer: Maurice Scott
  • Lyricist: Weston & Barnes
  • Performer: Blanche Ring
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: TB Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter
Box 37, Folder 35I've Got Sixpence (As We Go Rolling Home)
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Cox, Box & Hall
  • Lyricist: Cox, Box & Hall
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co. Inc.
Box 37, Folder 36Idaho
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Frank French
  • Lyricist: Frank French
  • Performer: Rusty Gill
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 37In A Little Swiss Chalet
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Will Irwin
  • Lyricist: Norman Zeno
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Marlo Music Corp.
Box 37, Folder 38In My Arms
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Fred Loesser and Ted Grouya
  • Lyricist: Fred Loesser and Ted Grouya
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Saunders Publications
Box 37, Folder 39In My Merry Oldsmobile
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: Gus Edwards
  • Lyricist: Vincent Bryan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 37, Folder 40In The Gloaming
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Annie Fortescue Harrison
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: Ross Jordan
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 41In The Moonlight With The Girl You Love
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: Edward Stanley
  • Lyricist: Edward Stanley
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: McKinley Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 42In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Lyricist: Harry H. Williams
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 37, Folder 43Irene
  • Copyright Date: 1920
  • Composer: Harry Tierney
  • Lyricist: Joseph McCarthy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 37, Folder 44Isabella Polka-Redowa
  • Copyright Date: 1880
  • Composer: E. Boettger
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: EH Harding
Box 37, Folder 45It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo'
  • Copyright Date: 1923
  • Composer: Wendell Hall
  • Lyricist: Wendell Hall
  • Performer: Wendell Hall
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Forster Music Pub. Inc.
Box 37, Folder 46It's Been A Long, Long Time
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Jule Styne
  • Lyricist: Sammy Cahn
  • Performer: Harry James and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
Box 37, Folder 47It's Love, Love, Love
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Mack David, Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer
  • Lyricist: Mack David, Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy Inc.
Box 37, Folder 48It's A Long, Long Way To Tipperary
  • Copyright Date: 1912
  • Composer: Jack Judge and Harry Williams
  • Lyricist: Jack Judge and Harry Williams
  • Performer: Tommy Atkins
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
Box 37, Folder 49It's Nice To Get Up In The Mornin'
  • Copyright Date: 1913
  • Composer: Harry Lauder
  • Lyricist: Harry Lauder
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Harms Inc.
Box 37, Folder 50Jerusalem the Golden
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 51Jesus Loves Me
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: LKummel (LK)
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 52Johnny Zero
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Vee Lawnhurst
  • Lyricist: Mack David
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy Inc
Box 37, Folder 53Juanita
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo (Spanish)
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Henry Kning and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 54Just Because
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: The Shelton Brothers
  • Lyricist: The Shelton Brothers
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Holley
  • Publisher: Leeds Music Corp.
Box 37, Folder 55Just Because She Made Dem Goo-Goo Eyes
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: John Queen and Hughie Cannon
  • Lyricist: John Queen and Hughie Cannon
  • Performer: Bonnie Blue Eyes and Randall Atcher
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 56Just A Chain Of Daisies
  • Copyright Date: 1911
  • Composer: Anita Owen
  • Lyricist: Anita Owen
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: EK
  • Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Box 37, Folder 57Just Dreaming Till You Come Home
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Cliff Friend
  • Lyricist: Al Dubin
  • Performer: Abe Lyman and his Californians
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 37, Folder 58Just Like You
  • Copyright Date: 1900
  • Composer: Maurice J. Steinberg
  • Lyricist: Maurice J. Steinberg
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist
  • From Hearst's Boston Sunday American, Mar 11, 1906
Box 37, Folder 59Just A Lonely Hobo
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: WR Calaway
  • Lyricist: WR Calaway
  • Performer: Paul Lowry
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 60Just Tell Them That You Saw Me
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Paul Dresser
  • Lyricist: Paul Dresser
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 37, Folder 61Just You
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: Jas. R. Homer
  • Lyricist: Jas. R. Homer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: J.B. Cook Piano Co.
Box 38
Box 38, Folder 1Kaiser-Waltz
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: Johann Strauss
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Imprime en Allemagne
  • Publisher: Anton T. Benjamin, Leipzig
Box 38, Folder 2Kate (Have I Come Too Early, Too Late)
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Irving Berlin
  • Lyricist: Irving Berlin
  • Performer: Kate Smith
  • Illustrator: Hal-W
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Music Corp.
Box 38, Folder 3Kathleen Mavoureen
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: JN Crouch
  • Lyricist: JN Crouch
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: Arthur Beddoes
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 4Keep The Home-Fires Burning ('Till The Boys Come Home)
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Ivor Novello
  • Lyricist: Lena Guilbert Ford
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
Box 38, Folder 5Keep a Light In Your Window Tonight
  • Copyright Date: 1933
  • Composer: Lester Mc Farland, Robert Gardner, Happy Jack Turner
  • Lyricist: Lester Mc Farland, Robert Gardner, Happy Jack Turner
  • Arranged by Jean Walz
  • Performer: Reo Fletcher
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 6Keep Step March
  • Copyright Date: 1909
  • Composer: F.R. Kimball
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: McKinley Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 7Kerry Dance
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: J.L. Molloy
  • Lyricist: J.L. Molloy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 8The King's Horses (And The King's Men)
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Noel Gay & Harry Graham
  • Lyricist: Noel Gay & Harry Graham
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 38, Folder 9Kiss Me Quick And Go
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Fred Buckley
  • Lyricist: Silas S. Steel
  • Performer: Bonnie Blue Eyes and Randall Atcher
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 10Kisses Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1895
  • Composer: J. Franklin Warner
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: J. Franklin Warner
Box 38, Folder 11La Golondrina (The Swallow)
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: N. Sarradell
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo (English)
  • Performer: Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 12Lam', Lam', Lam'
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Ben M. Jerome
  • Lyricist: Frank Abbot
  • Performer: Raymond Scott
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 13Lancers
  • Copyright Date: 1855
  • Composer: John J. Pound
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: O. Ditson & Co.
Box 38, Folder 14Laroo, Laroo, Lilli Bolero
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Sidney Lippman
  • Lyricist: Sylvia Dee and Elizabeth Moore
  • Performer: Vic Damone
  • Illustrator: Nick
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 38, Folder 15The Last Great Round Up
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Annie, Judy and Zeke
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 16Last Night On The Back Porch (I Loved Her Best Of All)
  • Copyright Date: 1923
  • Composer: Lew Brown and Carl Schraubstader
  • Lyricist: Lew Brown and Carl Schraubstader
  • Performer: Patricola
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 38, Folder 17Last Of The Hogans (Lanciers)
  • Copyright Date: 1892
  • Composer: Dave Braham
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Wm. A. Pond & Co.
Box 38, Folder 18The Last Rose Of Summer
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Frederick Von Flotow
  • Lyricist: Frederick Von Flotow
  • Performer: Art Kassel and his Kassels in the Air Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 19Lead, Kindly Light
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 20Les Patineurs (Skater's Waltz)
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: Emile Waldteufel
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Century Music Pub. Co.
Box 38, Folder 21Let The Lower Lights Be Burning
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: LKummel
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 22Let The Rest Of The World Go By
  • Copyright Date: 1919
  • Composer: Ernest R. Ball
  • Lyricist: J. Keirn Brennan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 38, Folder 23Let's Dream This One Out
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Robert Reed
  • Lyricist: Ed F. Lanning
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc.
Box 38, Folder 24Let's Sing A Song About Suzie
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Will Grosz
  • Lyricist: Mack Gordon
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Harris
  • Publisher: Harms Inc.
Box 38, Folder 25Let's Take The Long Way Home
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Harold Arlen
  • Lyricist: Johnny Mercer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
  • From Paramount Picture Here Come The Waves
Box 38, Folder 26The Letter Edged In Black
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Sam DeVincent & The Rangers
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 27Liebestraum (Dream Of Love)
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Franz Liszt
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Eddie Duchin and his Central Park Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 28Lights Out
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Billy Hill
  • Lyricist: Billy Hill
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Starmer
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 38, Folder 29Linda
  • Copyright Date: 1946
  • Composer: Jack Lawrence
  • Lyricist: Jack Lawrence
  • Performer: Charlie Spivak
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
Box 38, Folder 30Listen To The Mocking Bird (piano solo music)
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Alice Hawthorne
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged By Moissaye Boguslawski
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Moderne Pub.
Box 38, Folder 31Little Brown Jug
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Eastburn
  • Lyricist: Eastburn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 32Little Dutch Mill
  • Copyright Date: 1934
  • Composer: Harry Barris
  • Lyricist: Ralph Freed
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy-Select Inc.
Box 38, Folder 33The Little Girl Dressed In Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: F.N. Vinard
  • Lyricist: F.N. Vinard
  • Performer: Shelby Jean Davis
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 34Little Home Of Long Ago
  • Copyright Date: 1934
  • Composer: Shelly Lee Alley
  • Lyricist: Shelly Lee Alley
  • Performer: Sally Foster
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Inc
Box 38, Folder 35Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Will S. Hays
  • Lyricist: Will S. Hays
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: LKummel
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 36Little Old Shanty On The Claim
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: Ken Houchins
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 37A Little On The Lonely Side
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Dick Robertson, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon
  • Lyricist: Dick Robertson, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon
  • Performer: Joan Brooks
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Advanced Music Corp.
Box 38, Folder 38The Little Rosewood Casket (A Package of Old Letters)
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Mort H Glickman
  • Performer: Russell Byrd
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 39Londonderry Air
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Katherine T Hinkson
  • Lyricist: Katherine T Hinkson
  • Performer: Ozzie Nelson and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 40Long Ago (And Far Away)
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Jerome Kern
  • Lyricist: Ira Gershwin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Crawford Music Corp.
  • From the Columbia Picture Cover Girl
Box 38, Folder 41Lonesome and Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: Edwin Tillman
  • Lyricist: Edwin Tillman
  • Arranged by Jean Walz
  • Performer: Lawrence Welk and his Champagne Music; Lou Breese and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 38, Folder 42Loomis College Lancers
  • Copyright Date: 1881
  • Composer: JF Zimmermann
  • Lyricist: JF Zimmermann
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: AM Loomis
Box 38, Folder 43The Lost Chord
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Sir Arthur Sullivan and Adelaide A. Procter
  • Lyricist: Sir Arthur Sullivan and Adelaide A. Procter
  • Performer: The Dinning Sisters
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 44Louise
  • Copyright Date: 1929
  • Composer: Richard A. Whiting
  • Lyricist: Leo Robin
  • Performer: Betty Rhodes and Johnnie Johnston
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Famous Music Corp.
  • From Paramount Picture You Can't Ration Love
Box 38, Folder 45Love's Dreamland
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: O. Roeder
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Moderne Publications
Box 38, Folder 46Love's Old Sweet Song
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: JL Molloy
  • Lyricist: JL Molloy
  • Performer: Walter Cummins
  • Illustrator: LKummel
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 47Madelon (I'll Be True to the Whole Regiment)
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Camille Robert
  • Lyricist: Louis Bouquet (French); Alfred Bryan (English)
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp
Box 38, Folder 48Maidens Fair
  • Copyright Date: 1893
  • Composer: T.H. Rollinson
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co.
Box 38, Folder 49Mairzy Doats
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Milton Drake, Al Hoffman and Jerry Livingston
  • Lyricist: Milton Drake, Al Hoffman and Jerry Livingston
  • Performer: Al Trace
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Miller Music Corp.
Box 38, Folder 50Manana
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Burton Lane
  • Lyricist: Frank Loesser
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Famous Music Corp.
  • From Paramount Picture Dancing On A Dime
Box 38, Folder 51The Man On The Flying Trapeze
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: The Kidoodlers
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 52The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Fred Gilbert
  • Lyricist: Fred Gilbert
  • Performer: Tommy Thompson
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 38, Folder 53Manola Waltz
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: Waldteufel
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: W.A. Evans & Bro
Box 39
Box 39, Folder 1The Mansion Of Aching Hearts
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Arthur Lamb
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 2Manzanillo (Mexican Dance)
  • Copyright Date: 1909
  • Composer: Alfred G. Robyn
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Lei Feist
Box 39, Folder 3Marching Along Together
  • Copyright Date: 1933
  • Composer: Edward Pola and Franz Steininger
  • Lyricist: Edward Pola and Franz Steininger; Mort Dixon (American lyric)
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Sears, Roebuck & Co
Box 39, Folder 4March Militaire
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Franz Schubert
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: MF
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 5March Montello
  • Copyright Date: 1929
  • Composer: Edward I. Boyle
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: ESF
  • Publisher: Edward I. Boyle
Box 39, Folder 6The Masquerade
  • Copyright Date: 1907
  • Composer: C.F. Krell
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by E.T. Paull
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Lith. By A. Hoen & Co
  • Publisher: E.T. Paull Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 7MayFlower Schottische
  • Copyright Date: 1883
  • Composer: Frank Horn
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: W.A. Evans & Bro.
Box 39, Folder 8May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister?
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Dan Russo and his Orioles Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 9Me And My Burro
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Fred Howard and Nat Vincent
  • Lyricist: Fred Howard and Nat Vincent
  • Performer: Rhubarb Red
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 10Mellow Mountain Moon
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Fred Howard and Nat Vincent
  • Lyricist: Fred Howard and Nat Vincent
  • Performer: Herbie Kay and Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 11Memories
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: Egbert Van Alstyne
  • Lyricist: Gustave Kahn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 39, Folder 12Mendelssohn's Wedding March
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: F. Mendelssohn
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Miossaye Boguslawski
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Moderne Publications
Box 39, Folder 13Merry-Go-Round Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1949
  • Composer: Jimmy Kennedy and Arthur Finn
  • Lyricist: Jimmy Kennedy and Arthur Finn
  • Performer: Guy Lombardo
  • Illustrator: Nick
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 39, Folder 14Merry War Lancers
  • Copyright Date: 1882
  • Composer: D. Wiegand
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: S.T. Gordon & Son
Box 39, Folder 15The Merry Widow Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1935, 1936
  • Composer: Franz Lehar
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: Henry King and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Gene Buck; James Axelrod; NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co; Moderne Publications; The Wogoner Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 39, Folder 16Mexicali Rose
  • Copyright Date: 1923
  • Composer: Jack B. Tenney
  • Lyricist: Helen Stone
  • Performer: Mel Cooper
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M.M. Cole Pub. Co.
Box 39, Folder 17Midnight Fire-Alarm
  • Copyright Date: 1900
  • Composer: Harry J. Lincoln
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: E.T. Paull
Box 39, Folder 18The Mikado
  • Copyright Date: 1885
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by J.C. Macy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: O. Ditson & Co.
Box 39, Folder 19Millicent Valse (Hesitation or Boston Pause)
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Frank W. Mc Kee
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: G. Ricordi & Co.
Box 39, Folder 20The Mississippi Valley Blues
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: Autry & Long
  • Lyricist: Autry & Long
  • Performer: Rance Valentine
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 21M'lle Modiste
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: Victor Herbert
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 39, Folder 22Molly Malone
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by John Bach
  • Performer: Ozzie Nelson and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 23Moonlight Bay
  • Copyright Date: 1912
  • Composer: Percy Wenrich
  • Lyricist: Edward Madden
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 39, Folder 24Moonlight Becomes You
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Jimmy Van Heusen
  • Lyricist: Johnny Burke
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Famous Music Corp.
  • From Paramount Picture Road To Morocco
Box 39, Folder 25Moonlight On The Colorado
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Robert A. King
  • Lyricist: Billy Moll
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 39, Folder 26The Moon Maiden March and Two-Step
  • Copyright Date: 1910
  • Composer: Fred W. Robinson
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Fred W. Robinson
Box 39, Folder 27Morning Cy! (photocopy)
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: Bert Peters
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: unknown
Box 39, Folder 28Mother Pin A Rose On Me
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Dave Lewis, Paul Schindler, Bob Adams
  • Lyricist: Dave Lewis, Paul Schindler, Bob Adams
  • Performer: The Doring Sisters
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 29Mountain Belle Schottisch
  • Copyright Date: 1863, 1877
  • Composer: C. Kinkel
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: J.L. Peters & Bro.; Oliver Ditson & Co.
Box 39, Folder 30My Adobe Hacienda
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Louise Massey and Lee Penny
  • Lyricist: Louise Massey and Lee Penny
  • Performer: Kenny Baker
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Southern Music Pub. Co.
Box 39, Folder 31My Blue Heaven
  • Copyright Date: 1927
  • Composer: Walter Donaldson
  • Lyricist: George Whiting
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Sears, Roebuck & Co.
Box 39, Folder 32My Bonnie
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 33My Buddy
  • Copyright Date: 1922
  • Composer: Walter Donaldson
  • Lyricist: Gus Kahn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 39, Folder 34My Cross Eyed Gal
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Long & Autry
  • Lyricist: Long & Autry
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
  • From Mascot Picture The Phantom Empire
  • 2 copies
Box 39, Folder 35My Dear Old Arizona Home
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Fred Howard and Nat Vincent
  • Lyricist: Fred Howard and Nat Vincent
  • Performer: Anson Weeks and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 36My Faith Looks Up To Thee
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: LK (LKummel)
  • Publisher: Calumet
Box 39, Folder 37My Gal Is A High Born Lady
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Barney Fagan
  • Lyricist: Barney Fagan
  • Performer: Raymond Scott
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 38My Jane, Jane, Jane
  • Copyright Date: 1905
  • Composer: T. Mayo Geary
  • Lyricist: T. Mayo Geary
  • Performer: Miss Marguerite Clark
  • Illustrator: HB Eddy
  • Publisher: American Advance Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 39My Little Girl
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Albert Von Tiler
  • Lyricist: Sam Lewis and Will Dillon
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Broadway Music Corp
Box 39, Folder 40My Nelly's Blue Eyes
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Wm. J. Scanlan
  • Lyricist: Wm. J. Scanlan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Harms Inc.
  • From Warner Bros. Picture My Wild Irish Rose
Box 39, Folder 41My Old Kentucky Home
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Stephen Collins Foster
  • Lyricist: Stephen Collins Foster
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Morris Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 42My Pony Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Charley O'Donnell
  • Lyricist: Bobby Heath
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Vogel Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 43My Sweetheart's The Man In The Moon
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: James Thornton
  • Lyricist: James Thornton
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 44My Wild Irish Rose
  • Copyright Date: 1899
  • Composer: Chauncey Olcott
  • Lyricist: Chauncey Olcott
  • Performer: Chauncey Olcott
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 39, Folder 45Myosotis Valse
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: Caroline Lowthian
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: McKinley Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 46Nadjy Lancers
  • Copyright Date: 1888
  • Composer: Moses-Tobani
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: C. Fischer Pub.
Box 39, Folder 47Nanon Lancers
  • Copyright Date: 1885
  • Composer: J.J. Pond
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: O. Ditson & Co.
Box 39, Folder 48Narcissus
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Ethelbert Nevin
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 49Neapolitan Nights
  • Copyright Date: 1925
  • Composer: J.S. Zamecnik
  • Lyricist: Harry D. Kerr
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Sam Fox Pub. Co.
Box 39, Folder 50Nearer My God To Thee
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 39, Folder 51The New Port
  • Copyright Date: 1880
  • Composer: C.A. Carr
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: C.A Carr
Box 40
Box 40, Folder 1Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged By Jim Smock
  • Performer: Ozzie Nelson and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 2No Can Do
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Nat Simon
  • Lyricist: Charlie Tobias
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Robbins Music Corp.
Box 40, Folder 3No Love, No Nothin'
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Harry Warren
  • Lyricist: Leo Robin
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Triangle Music Corp.
  • From 20th Century-Fox Picture The Gang's All Here
Box 40, Folder 4None But The Lonely Heart
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: P. Tchaikovsky
  • Lyricist: Jerry Casatillo (English version)
  • Performer: Sally Foster
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 5Nora, My Own
  • Copyright Date: 1906
  • Composer: Harry Ennis
  • Lyricist: Sadie Webber
  • Performer: James J. Doherty
  • Illustrator: Jenkins
  • Publisher: Tryo Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 6Now The Day Is Over
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: LK
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 7O Come All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fidelis)
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 8O'Dear What Can The Matter Be
  • Copyright Date: 1938
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: Bonnie Baker and Orrin Tucker and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 9O Sole Mio (My Sunshine)
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Edvardo di Capo
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Ted Fio-Rito
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 10Oh Dem Golden Slippers
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Prairie Ramblers
  • Illustrator: NP Steinberg
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 40, Folder 11Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny Oh
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: A. Olman
  • Lyricist: Ed. Rose
  • Performer: Bonnie Baker and Orrin Tucker and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Johnie
  • Publisher: Forster Music Pub. Inc.
Box 40, Folder 12Old Black Joe
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Stephen Foster
  • Lyricist: Stephen Foster
  • Performer: Orrin Tucker and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 13An Old Connecticut Tune
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Quinto Maganini
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Edition Musicus-New York
Box 40, Folder 14The Old Gray Mare Is Back Where She Used To Be
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Carson J. Robinson
  • Lyricist: Carson J. Robinson
  • Performer: Carson J. Robinson
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Bob Miller Inc.
Box 40, Folder 15Old Mac Donald Had A Farm
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Mort H. Glickman
  • Performer: Eddie Lane and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 16The Old Oaken Bucket
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: F. Kaillmark
  • Lyricist: F. Kaillmark
  • Performer: Prairie Ramblers
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 17The Old Square Dance Is Back Again
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Don Reid and Henry Tobias
  • Lyricist: Don Reid and Henry Tobias
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Tobias & Lewis Music Pub.
Box 40, Folder 18Ole (Jota Espanola)
  • Copyright Date: 1895
  • Composer: S.R.
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: American Music Pub. Co.
Box 40, Folder 19On The Old Fall River Line
  • Copyright Date: 1913
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Wm Jerome and Andrew B Sterling
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.
Box 40, Folder 20One Dozen Roses
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Dick Jurgens and Walter Donovan
  • Lyricist: Roger Lewis and Country Washburn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Famous Music Corp.
Box 40, Folder 21One Sweetly Solemn Thought
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 22Onward Christian Soldiers
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: LKummel
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 23Open Up That Door (And Let Me In)
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Sam H. Stept and Stanley Adams
  • Lyricist: Sam H. Stept and Stanley Adams
  • Performer: Jean Tighe
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Inc.
Box 40, Folder 24Open Up Your Heart (And Let Me In)
  • Copyright Date: 1952
  • Composer: Country Washburn
  • Lyricist: Foster Carling
  • Performer: Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Longridge Music Inc.
Box 40, Folder 25The Ostende
  • Copyright Date: 1910
  • Composer: Maxwell Goldman
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jacob Mahler
Box 40, Folder 26Over The Hill To The Poor House
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: David Braham and Geo L. Catlin
  • Lyricist: David Braham and Geo L. Catlin
  • Performer: Herbie Kay and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 27Over The Waves (Sobre Las Olas)
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Juventino Rosas
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Moissaye Boguslawski
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Moderne Publications
Box 40, Folder 28Over The Waves
  • Copyright Date: 1897
  • Composer: Juventino Rosas
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: McKinley Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 29Over There
  • Copyright Date: 1917
  • Composer: George Cohan
  • Lyricist: George Cohan
  • Performer: James Cagney
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
  • From Warner Bros. Picture Yankee Doodle Dandy
Box 40, Folder 30Palais Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1915
  • Composer: John F. Hammond, Jr.
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Jos W Stern & Co.
Box 40, Folder 31The Palms (Les Rameaux)
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: J. Faure
  • Lyricist: Bernice Manoloff (English Words)
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 32La Paloma (The Dove)
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Yradier
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo (English)
  • Performer: Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 33Pantomime Quadrille
  • Copyright Date: 1890
  • Composer: R. Schlepegrell
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Carl Fischer
Box 40, Folder 34Papa, won't You Dance With Me?
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Jule Styne
  • Lyricist: Sammy Cahn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
Box 40, Folder 35Paper Doll
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Johnny S. Black
  • Lyricist: Johnny S. Black
  • Performer: Mills Brothers
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edward B Marks Music Corp.
Box 40, Folder 36Pass Around The Bottle
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Carless Clark with Si Perkins and His Folks
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 37Paul Jones
  • Copyright Date: 1890
  • Composer: R. Panquette
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Richard A. Saalfield
Box 40, Folder 38Peggy O'Neil
  • Copyright Date: 1921
  • Composer: Harry Pease, Ed G. Nelson and Gilbert Dodge
  • Lyricist: Harry Pease, Ed G. Nelson and Gilbert Dodge
  • Performer: Jerry Murad's Harmonicats
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 40, Folder 39Pennsylvania Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Lester Lee and Zeke Manners
  • Lyricist: Lester Lee and Zeke Manners
  • Performer: Andrews Sisters
  • Illustrator: SIG-CH
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 40, Folder 40A Penny A Kiss - A Penny A Hug
  • Copyright Date: 1950
  • Composer: Buddy Kaye and Ralph Care
  • Lyricist: Buddy Kaye and Ralph Care
  • Performer: Dinah Shore
  • Illustrator: Nick
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 40, Folder 41Pistol Packin' Mama
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Al Dexter
  • Lyricist: Al Dexter
  • Performer: Al Dexter and his Troopers
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
Box 40, Folder 42Polly Wolly Doodle
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 43Pop Goes De Weasel
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: Ken Houchins
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 44Pound Your Table Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: D. Zattas
  • Lyricist: Harry Lenk and Ervin Drake
  • Performer: Mar Martin
  • Illustrator: Merritt
  • Publisher: Colonial Music Pub. Co.
Box 40, Folder 45Powder Your Face With Sunshine (Smile! Smile! Smile!)
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Carmen Lombardo and Stanley Rochinski
  • Lyricist: Carmen Lombardo and Stanley Rochinski
  • Performer: Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians
  • Illustrator: Nick
  • Publisher: Lombardo Music Inc.
Box 40, Folder 46The Preacher & The Bear
  • Copyright Date: 1938
  • Composer: Joe Arzonia
  • Lyricist: Joe Arzonia
  • Performer: Doc Hopkins
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 47President Garfield's Funeral March
  • Copyright Date: 1881
  • Composer: Chas. D. Blake
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: White, Smith & Co.
Box 40, Folder 48The Pretty Girl Milking The Cow
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Adapted and Arranged by Frank Furlett
  • Performer: Art Kassel and his "Kassels in the Air" Orchestra
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 49Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Vic Mizzy
  • Lyricist: Mann Curtis
  • Performer: Joan Brooks
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy Inc.
Box 40, Folder 50Rae! Rae! Rae!
  • Copyright Date: 1906
  • Composer: John C. Rundback
  • Lyricist: John C. Rundback
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Frank A. Nankivell
  • Publisher: American Advanced Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 51Rambling Rose
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Joe Burke
  • Lyricist: Joseph McCarthy, Jr.
  • Performer: Gordon MacRae
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Laurel Music Co.
Box 40, Folder 52Red Fez March and Two Step
  • Copyright Date: 1908
  • Composer: Walter J. Hearn
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 40, Folder 53Red River Valley
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Prairie Ramblers
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 40, Folder 54Red Sails In The Sunset
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Hugh Williams (Will Grosz)
  • Lyricist: Jimmy Kennedy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 40, Folder 55Red Wing (An Indian Fable)
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Kerry Mills
  • Lyricist: Thurland Chattaway
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Paull-Pioneer Music Corp.
Box 41
Box 41, Folder 1Reilly and the 400 Lancers
  • Copyright Date: 1891
  • Composer: Dave Braham
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Wm. A. Pond & Co.
Box 41, Folder 2Remember Pearl Harbor
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Don Reid and Sammy Kaye
  • Lyricist: Don Reid
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Republic Music Corp.
Box 41, Folder 3Repasz Band March and Two-Step
  • Copyright Date: 1901
  • Composer: Chas. C. Sweeley
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: Repasz Band
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Vandersloot Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 4Riders In The Sky
  • Copyright Date: 1949
  • Composer: Stan Jones
  • Lyricist: Stan Jones
  • Performer: Derry Falligant
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Mayfair Music Corp.
Box 41, Folder 5Rippling Waves
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: G. Millward
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Moderne Publications
Box 41, Folder 6Rock Of Ages
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: LKummel
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 7Rock Me To Sleep In MY Rocky Mountain Home
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Billy Hill (Geo. Brown), Willie Raskin, Fred Howard and Nat Vincent
  • Lyricist: Billy Hill (Geo. Brown), Willie Raskin, Fred Howard and Nat Vincent
  • Performer: Tex Fletcher
  • Illustrator: LKummel
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 8Rocked In The Cradle Of The Deep
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: J.P. Knight
  • Lyricist: J.P. Knight
  • Performer: Lee Bennet
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 9Roll On Silver Moon
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Clark Dennis
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 10Rose Ann Of Charing Cross
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Mabel Wayne
  • Lyricist: Kermit Goell
  • Performer: Blue Barron and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Nick
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 41, Folder 11Rose Of Tralee
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: C.W. Glover & C. Mordaunt Spencer
  • Lyricist: C.W. Glover & C. Mordaunt Spencer
  • Performer: Morton Downey
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 12A Rose With A Broken Stem
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Everett J. Evans and Carroll Fleming
  • Lyricist: Everett J. Evans and Carroll Fleming
  • Performer: Kay Kyser and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 13Ruddygore Lancers
  • Copyright Date: 1889
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Geo. Wiegand
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Wm. A. Pond & Co.
Box 41, Folder 14Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
  • Copyright Date: 1949
  • Composer: Johnny Marks
  • Lyricist: Johnny Marks
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: St. Nicholas Music Inc.
Box 41, Folder 15Rum And Coca-Cola
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Jeri Sullavan and Paul Baron
  • Lyricist: Morey Amsterdam
  • Performer: The Andrews Sisters
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 41, Folder 16Rumors Are Flying
  • Copyright Date: 1946
  • Composer: Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss
  • Lyricist: Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss
  • Performer: Perry Como
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Oxford Corp.
Box 41, Folder 17Sailboat in the Sky
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Steve Graham
  • Lyricist: Steve Graham
  • Performer: Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Kaycee Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 18Sally In Our Alley
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Gus Van
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 19San Fernando Valley
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Gordon Jenkins
  • Lyricist: Gordon Jenkins
  • Performer: Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Mayfair Music Corp.
Box 41, Folder 20Say Something Sweet To Your Sweetheart
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Sid Tepper and Roy Brodsky
  • Lyricist: Sid Tepper and Roy Brodsky
  • Performer: Dick Jurgens
  • Illustrator: BJH
  • Publisher: Mills Music Inc.
Box 41, Folder 21School Mates
  • Copyright Date: 1909
  • Composer: Gus Edwards
  • Lyricist: Ed Gardenier
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Etherington
  • Publisher: Gus Edwards Music Pub. Co.
Box 41, Folder 22She Is More To Be Pitied, Than Censured
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: William M. Gray
  • Lyricist: William M. Gray
  • Performer: The Original King's Jesters
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 23She May Have Seen Better Days
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: James Thornton
  • Lyricist: James Thornton
  • Performer: Paul Whitman and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 24She Was Happy 'Till She Met You
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: C. Graham and M.H. Rosenfeld
  • Lyricist: C. Graham and M.H. Rosenfeld
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 25The Shepherd's Evening Song
  • Copyright Date: 1902
  • Composer: Chas. D. Blake
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: White-Smith Music Pub. Co.
Box 41, Folder 26Short'nin' Bread
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Fred K. Huffer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 27Sierra Sue
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Joseph B. Carey
  • Lyricist: Joseph B. Carey
  • Performer: Jan Savitt
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 41, Folder 28Silent Night, Holy Night
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 29Silver Bell
  • Copyright Date: 1910
  • Composer: Percy Wenrich
  • Lyricist: Edward Madden
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 41, Folder 30Silver Threads Among The Gold
  • Copyright Date: unknown
  • Composer: H.P. Danks
  • Lyricist: E.E. Rexford
  • Performer: Armand Buisseret and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 31Singin' In The Rain
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: Nacio Herb Brown
  • Lyricist: Arthur Freed
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Robbins Music Corp.
Box 41, Folder 32The Singing Sands Of Alamosa
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Bert Reisfeld
  • Lyricist: Kim Gannon
  • Performer: Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 41, Folder 33Sioux City Sue
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: Dick Thomas
  • Lyricist: Ray Freedman
  • Performer: Tony Pastor and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 41, Folder 34Skater's Waltz (Les Patineurs)
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Emil Waldteufel
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 35Sleepy Lagoon
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Eric Coates
  • Lyricist: Jack Lawrence
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
Box 41, Folder 36Some Little Bird
  • Copyright Date: 1920
  • Composer: Haven Gillespie, Lindsay McPhail and Egbert Van Alystne
  • Lyricist: Haven Gillespie, Lindsay McPhail and Egbert Van Alystne
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Wilson Art
  • Publisher: Van Alstyne & Curtis
Box 41, Folder 37Some Sunday Morning
  • Copyright Date: 1945
  • Composer: M.K. Jerome and Ray Heindorf
  • Lyricist: Ted Koehler
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Harms Inc.
  • From Warner Bros. Picture San Antonio
Box 41, Folder 38Somebody Else Is Taking My Place
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Dick Howard, Bob Ellsworth and Russ Morgan
  • Lyricist: Dick Howard, Bob Ellsworth and Russ Morgan
  • Performer: Tommy Tucker
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 41, Folder 39A Song Of India
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: N. Rimsky Korsakov
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo (English)
  • Arranged by Jim Smock
  • Performer: Tommy Dorsey
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 40Song Of the Volga Boatman
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: Bernice Manoloff
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Dave Unell and his "Bit Of Moscow" Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 41Songs My Mother Taught Me
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Anton Dvorak
  • Lyricist: Anton Dvorak
  • Performer: Rusty Gill
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 42The Spanish Cavalier
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Nick Manoloff
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 43Spinning Song
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Albert Ellmenreich
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Moderne Publications
Box 41, Folder 44Squatter Sovereignty
  • Copyright Date: 1882
  • Composer: Dave Braham
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Wm. A. Pond & Co.
Box 41, Folder 45Stein Song (University of Maine)
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: E.A. Fenstad
  • Lyricist: Lincoln Colcord
  • New Arrangement by Rudy Vallee
  • Peformer: Rudy Vallee
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Carl Fischer Inc.
Box 41, Folder 46Strip Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Johnny Mercer
  • Lyricist: Johnny Mercer
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
Box 41, Folder 47The Stroll Along Saunter
  • Copyright Date: 1950
  • Composer: Kathleen Samson
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: Harry Davidson
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Francis, Day & Hunter
Box 41, Folder 48Strolling With Your Summer Girl
  • Copyright Date: 1906
  • Composer: Lew P. Bendernagel
  • Lyricist: Lew P. Bendernagel
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Joyce, Ruby & Bendernagel
Box 41, Folder 49Stumbling
  • Copyright Date: 1922
  • Composer: Zez Confrey
  • Lyricist: Zez Confrey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: JVK
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 41, Folder 50The Sun, the Moon and I
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Arthur Sullivan
  • Lyricist: W.S. Gilbert
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 51The Sunshine Of Paradise Alley
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: John W. Bratton
  • Lyricist: Walter H. Ford
  • Performer: Dale Evans
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 52The Surrey With The Fringe On Top
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Richard Rodgers
  • Lyricist: Oscar Hammerstein
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Holley
  • Publisher: Crawford Music Corp.
  • From Oklahoma
Box 41, Folder 53Sweet By And By
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: LK
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 54Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: M.K. Jerome
  • Lyricist: Ted Koehler
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
  • From Warner Bros. Picture Hollywood Canteen
Box 41, Folder 55Sweet Genevieve
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Henry Tucker
  • Lyricist: Henry Tucker
  • Performer: The Maple City Four
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 41, Folder 56Sweet Sue - Just You
  • Copyright Date: 1928
  • Composer: Victor Young
  • Lyricist: Will J. Harris
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 41, Folder 57Sweet Violets
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: J.K. Emmet
  • Lyricist: J.K. Emmet
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42
Box 42, Folder 1Sweethearts On Parade
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Carmen Lombardo
  • Lyricist: Charles Newman
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Frederick S. Manning
  • Publisher: Joe Davis Inc.
Box 42, Folder 2Sweethearts of Boyhood Days
  • Copyright Date: 1904
  • Composer: Joseph E. Howard
  • Lyricist: Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: HB Eddy
  • Publisher: Heart's Boston Sunday American, May 27, 1906
Box 42, Folder 3Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Jim Smock
  • Performer: Charlie Agnew and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 4Swinging On A Star
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Jimmy Van Heusen
  • Lyricist: Johnny Burke
  • Performer: Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Burke & Van Heusen Inc.
  • From Paramount Picture Going My Way
Box 42, Folder 5Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-Der-E
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Henry J. Sayers
  • Lyricist: Henry J. Sayers
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 6Take It Easy
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Albert De Bru, Irving Taylor and Vic Mizzy
  • Lyricist: Albert De Bru, Irving Taylor and Vic Mizzy
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy Inc.
Box 42, Folder 7Take Me Out To The Ball Game
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Albert Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Jack Norworth
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Vogel Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 8Tales From The Vienna Woods
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Johann Strauss
  • Lyricist: Marvin Lee
  • Arranged by John Bach
  • Performer: Harry Kogen, Joseph Gallicchio
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
  • 3 copies
Box 42, Folder 9Tangerine
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Victor Schertzinger
  • Lyricist: Johnny Mercer
  • Performer: Bob Eberly, Helen O'Connell with Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Famous Music Corp
  • From Paramount Picture The Fleet's In
Box 42, Folder 10Tango At Twilight
  • Copyright Date: 1950
  • Composer: J. Lilian Vandevere
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Art Publication Society
Box 42, Folder 11Tanz-Jubal Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1869
  • Composer: C. Apitius
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: White, Smith & Perry
Box 42, Folder 12Tea Leaves
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Morty Berk, Frank Capano and Max C. Freedman
  • Lyricist: Morty Berk, Frank Capano and Max C. Freedman
  • Performer: Alan Dale
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co.
Box 42, Folder 13Ten Days With Baby
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: James V. Monaco
  • Lyricist: Mack Gordon
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Bregman, Vocco & Conn. Inc. (BVC)
  • From 20th Century-Fox Picture Sweet and Low-Down
Box 42, Folder 14Tennessee Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Redd Stewart and Pee Wee King
  • Lyricist: Redd Stewart and Pee Wee King
  • Performer: Patti Page
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Acuff-Rose Publications
Box 42, Folder 15That Little Church Around The Corner
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: C.A. White
  • Lyricist: Dexter Smith
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 16That's Where My Money Goes
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: R.P. Lilly
  • Lyricist: Walter Daniels
  • Performer: Joe Sanders
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 17There's A Dark Man Comin' With A Bundle
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Leighton & Leighton
  • Lyricist: Leighton & Leighton
  • Performer: Dick Jurgens and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 18There's A Long, Long Trail
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Zo Elliott
  • Lyricist: Stoddard King
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 42, Folder 19There's A Lot Of Moonlight Being Wasted
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Nat Simon
  • Lyricist: Charles Tobias
  • Performer: Jimmy Featherstone with Art Kassel's Orchestra
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Inc.
Box 42, Folder 20Three Little Maids From School
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Arthur Sullivan
  • Lyricist: W.S. Gilbert
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 21Three Little Sisters
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Vic Mizzy
  • Lyricist: Irving Taylor
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Santly-Joy-Select Inc.
Box 42, Folder 22Three O'Clock In The Morning
  • Copyright Date: 1922
  • Composer: Julian Robledo
  • Lyricist: Dorothy Terriss
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: JVK
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 42, Folder 23Three-Step Redowa
  • Copyright Date: 1899
  • Composer: Horace R. Basler
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Basler's Music House
Box 42, Folder 24Till The End O' The World With You
  • Copyright Date: 1950
  • Composer: Harold Dixon
  • Lyricist: Claude Sacre
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Mills Music Inc.
Box 42, Folder 25Till We Meet Again
  • Copyright Date: 1918
  • Composer: Richard A. Whiting
  • Lyricist: Raymond B. Egan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 42, Folder 26Tit Willow
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Arthur Sullivan
  • Lyricist: W.S. Gilbert
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 27Too Fat Polka (She's Too Fat For Me)
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Ross Mac Leanand Arthur Richardson
  • Lyricist: Ross Mac Leanand Arthur Richardson
  • Performer: Arthur Godfrey
  • Illustrator: Chelson
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 42, Folder 28Too Old To Cut The Mustard
  • Copyright Date: 1951
  • Composer: Bill Carlisle
  • Lyricist: Bill Carlisle
  • Performer: Marlene Dietrich and Rosemary Clooney
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Acuff-Rose Publications
Box 42, Folder 29Toreador Song
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Bizet
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo (English)
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: George Olsen and His Music
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 30The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine
  • Copyright Date: 1913
  • Composer: Harry Carroll
  • Lyricist: Ballard MacDonald
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: MMerman
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 42, Folder 31The Train That Never Returned
  • Copyright Date: 1932
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Tom & Don
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 32A Trip To Chinatown (Lanciers)
  • Copyright Date: 1892
  • Composer: Percy Gaunt
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms & Co.
Box 42, Folder 33Those Oldies But Goodies (Remind Me Of You)
  • Copyright Date: 1961
  • Composer: Paul Politi and Nick Curinga
  • Lyricist: Paul Politi and Nick Curinga
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Maravilla Music Inc.
Box 42, Folder 34Together
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson
  • Lyricist: B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Crawford Music Corp
  • From United Artist Picture Since You Went Away
Box 42, Folder 35Truly I Love You
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Frank Magine
  • Lyricist: Walter Hirsch
  • Performer: Phil Spitalny
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Inc.
Box 42, Folder 36Turkey In The Straw
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: Jed Harkins
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 37Two Guitars (Gipsy Song)
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: Bernice Manoloff (English)
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Ralph Ginsburgh
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 38Two Hearts (Zwei Herzen)
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Robert Stolz
  • Lyricist: Alfred Gruenwald, Walter Reisch and Fritz Rotter; Joe Young (English)
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Harms Inc.
Box 42, Folder 39Two-Step Quadrille
  • Copyright Date: 1894
  • Composer: Horace R. Basler
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: H.R. Basler
Box 42, Folder 40Uncle Henry's Vacation
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette
  • Lyricist: Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
  • From Mascot's Picture Phantom Empire
Box 42, Folder 41Uncle Noah's Ark
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette
  • Lyricist: Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M.M. Cole Publishing Co.
  • From Mascot's Picture Phantom Empire
Box 42, Folder 42Under A Texas Moon
  • Copyright Date: 1929
  • Composer: Ray Perkins
  • Lyricist: Ray Perkins
  • Performer: Frank Fay
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
  • From Warner Bros. & Vitaphone Picture Under A Texas Moon
Box 42, Folder 43Under The Anheuser Bush
  • Copyright Date: 1903
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Andrew B. Sterling
  • Performer: Harry Thompson
  • Illustrator: HC
  • Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music
Box 42, Folder 44Under The Double Eagle
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: J.F. Wagner
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod (1)
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 42, Folder 45Valse June - Hesitation, or Boston
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Lionel Baxter
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Sam Fox Pub. Co.
Box 42, Folder 46Victory Polka
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Jule Styne
  • Lyricist: Samuel Cahn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Chappell & Co.
Box 42, Folder 47Wabash Cannon Ball
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Wm Kindt
  • Lyricist: Wm Kindt
  • Performer: Rex Griffin
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 48Wabash Moon
  • Copyright Date: 1931
  • Composer: Dave Dreyer and Morton Downey
  • Lyricist: Dave Dreyer and Morton Downey
  • Performer: Morton Downey
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Inc.
Box 42, Folder 49Wait For Me Mary
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Charlie Tobias, Nat Simon and Harry Tobias
  • Lyricist: Charlie Tobias, Nat Simon and Harry Tobias
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Harris
  • Publisher: Remick Music Corp.
Box 42, Folder 50Waiting, Waiting For The day That Ne'er Will Come
  • Copyright Date: 1906
  • Composer: Chas F. Pietzsch
  • Lyricist: Chas F. Pietzsch
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Frank A. Nankivell
  • Publisher: Advance Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 51Wal, I Swan! Gid-Dap Napoleon
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Benjamin Hapgood Burt
  • Lyricist: Benjamin Hapgood Burt
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Vogel Music Co.
Box 42, Folder 52Waltz Me Around Again, Willie
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Ren Shields
  • Lyricist: Will D. Cobb
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 42, Folder 53Waltz Quadrille
  • Copyright Date: 1875
  • Composer: Geo. W. Allen
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Wm A. Pond & Co
Box 42, Folder 54The Waltz You Saved For Me
  • Copyright Date: 1930
  • Composer: Wayne King and Emil Flindt
  • Lyricist: Gus Kahn
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 43
Box 43, Folder 1A Wand'ring Minstrel
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Arthur Sullivan
  • Lyricist: W.S. Gilbert
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 2Wang Lanciers
  • Copyright Date: 1891
  • Composer: Woolson Morse
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: T.B. Harms & Co.
Box 43, Folder 3Way Down Upon The Swanee River
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Stephen C. Foster
  • Lyricist: Stephen C. Foster
  • Performer: Eleanor Holm Jarrett
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 4Way Down Yonder In The Cornfield
  • Copyright Date: 1938
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: The Ozark Sisters
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 5We Could Make Such Beautiful Music
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Henry Manners
  • Lyricist: Robert Sour
  • Performer: Vaughn Monroe
  • Illustrator: Merritt
  • Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc.
Box 43, Folder 6Wedding March
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: F. Mendelssohn
  • Lyricist: Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 7We Sail The Ocean Blue
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Arthur Sullivan
  • Lyricist: W.S. Gilbert
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 8We Sat Beneath The Maple On The Hill
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Gussie L. Davis
  • Lyricist: Gussie L. Davis
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: James Axelrod
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 9What Do You Do In The Infantry
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Frank Loesser
  • Lyricist: Frank Loesser
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Saunders Publications
Box 43, Folder 10What A Friend We Have In Jesus
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 11What's The Good Word, Mr. Bluebird
  • Copyright Date: 1943
  • Composer: Al Hoffman, Allan Roberts and Jerry Livingston
  • Lyricist: Al Hoffman, Allan Roberts and Jerry Livingston
  • Performer: Kay Kyser
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Irving Berlin Inc.
Box 43, Folder 12When Christmas Comes
  • Copyright Date: 1961
  • Composer: Sioma Glaser and Maria Elena
  • Lyricist: Sioma Glaser and Maria Elena
  • Performer: Maria Randall
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Sioma Glaser Music Pub. Co.
Box 43, Folder 13When I Get Too Old To Dream
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Sigmund Romberg
  • Lyricist: Oscar Hammerstein
  • Performer: Nelson Eddy
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Robbins Music Corp.
  • From MGM Picture The Night Is Young
Box 43, Folder 14When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
  • Copyright Date: 1912
  • Composer: Ernest R. Ball
  • Lyricist: Chauncey Olcott and Geo. Graff Jr.
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Box 43, Folder 15When It's Lamp Lightin' Time In The Valley
  • Copyright Date: 1933
  • Composer: The Vagabonds (Herald, Dean and Curt)
  • Lyricist: The Vagabonds (Herald, Dean and Curt)
  • Performer: The Vagabonds (Herald, Dean and Curt)
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.; Jenkins Music Co.
  • 2 copies
Box 43, Folder 16When It's Springtime In The Rockies
  • Copyright Date: 1929
  • Composer: Robert Sauer and Milt Taggart
  • Lyricist: Mary Hale Woolsey
  • Performer: Jesse Stafford and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Villa Moret Inc.
  • 2 copies
Box 43, Folder 17When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan
  • Lyricist: Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan
  • Performer: Roy Rogers
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Southern Music Pub. Co.
Box 43, Folder 18When The Bloom Is On The Sage
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Fred Howard and Nat Vincent
  • Lyricist: Fred Howard and Nat Vincent
  • Performer: Bing Crosby
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: M.M. Cole Pub. Co.
Box 43, Folder 19When The Dew Is On The Rose
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Anita Owen
  • Lyricist: Anita Owen
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 20When The Leaves Begin To Fade
  • Copyright Date: 1882
  • Composer: J. Albert Snow
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: W.A. Evans & Bro.
Box 43, Folder 21When The Lights Go On Again (All Over The World)
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus and Bennie Benjemen
  • Lyricist: Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus and Bennie Benjemen
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: IM-HO
  • Publisher: Campbell, Loft & Porgie Inc.
Box 43, Folder 22When The Sunset Turns The Ocean's Blue To Gold
  • Copyright Date: 1902
  • Composer: H.W. Petrie
  • Lyricist: Eva Fern Buckner
  • Performer: Doris Epworth
  • Illustrator: JF
  • Publisher: Jos. W. Stern & Co.
Box 43, Folder 23When The White Azaleas Start Blooming
  • Copyright Date: 1933
  • Composer: Bob Miller
  • Lyricist: Bob Miller
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Paull-Pioneer
Box 43, Folder 24When The Works All Done This Fall
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Tex Fletcher
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 25When You And I Were Young, Maggie
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: V.A. Butterfield
  • Lyricist: V.A. Butterfield
  • Performer: Gus Arnheim and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: LKummel (LK)
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 26When You Wore A Tulip And I Wore A Big Red Rose
  • Copyright Date: 1914
  • Composer: Percy Wenrich
  • Lyricist: Jack Mahoney
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Leo Feist Inc.
Box 43, Folder 27Where Is My Wandering Boy Tonight
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Rev. R. Lowry
  • Lyricist: Rev. R. Lowry
  • Arranged by Nick Manoloff
  • Performer: Evelyn Overstake
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 28Where The Morning Glories Twine Around The Door
  • Copyright Date: 1941
  • Composer: Harry Von Tilzer
  • Lyricist: Andrew Sterling
  • Performer: Bob Strong and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 29Where The Silvery Colorado Wends Its Way
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: Charles Avril
  • Lyricist: C.H. Scoggins
  • Arranged by Jerry Castillo
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Vogel Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 30While Strolling In The Park One Day
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Ed Haley
  • Lyricist: Ed Haley
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 31Whistling Rufus
  • Copyright Date: 1899
  • Composer: Kerry Mills
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: Rufus
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: F.A. Mills Music
Box 43, Folder 32Who Threw The Overalls In Mistress Murphy's Chowder
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Geo. L. Geifer
  • Lyricist: Geo. L. Geifer
  • Performer: The Texas Rangers
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 33Wien Bleibt Wein
  • Copyright Date: 1911
  • Composer: Johann Schrammel
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Carl Fischer Inc.
Box 43, Folder 34Wine, Women And Song
  • Copyright Date: 1937
  • Composer: Johann Strauss
  • Lyricist: Violet Ganeva
  • Performer: Tiny Hill
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 35With A Hey And A Hi And A Ho Ho Ho
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Vic Mizzy
  • Lyricist: Mann Curtis
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: Barbelle
  • Publisher: Bourne Music Pub.
Box 43, Folder 36Woodman, Spare That Tree
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: H. Russell
  • Lyricist: H. Russell
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 37The Wreck Of The Old 97
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Henry Whitter, Charles W. Noell, Fred J. Lewey
  • Lyricist: Henry Whitter, Charles W. Noell, Fred J. Lewey
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
Box 43, Folder 38Yankee Doodle
  • Copyright Date: 1942
  • Composer: Dr. Schackburg
  • Lyricist: Dr. Schackburg
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 39The Yankee Doodle Boy
  • Copyright Date: 1931
  • Composer: George Cohan
  • Lyricist: George Cohan
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Vogel Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 40Yankee Doodle Dandy
  • Copyright Date: 1935
  • Composer: George Cohan
  • Lyricist: George Cohan
  • Performer: James Cagney
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Vogel Music Co.
  • From Warner Bros. Picture Yankee Doodle Dandy
Box 43, Folder 41The Yellow Rose Of Texas
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: unknown
  • Lyricist: unknown
  • Performer: Bonnie Blue Eyes and Randall Atcher
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 42You And I Waltz
  • Copyright Date: 1936
  • Composer: Claribell
  • Lyricist: none
  • Arranged by Moissaye Boguslawski
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Moderne Publications
Box 43, Folder 43You Can't Be True, Dear
  • Copyright Date: 1948
  • Composer: Hans Otten and Ken Griffin
  • Lyricist: Hal Cotton
  • Performer: Ken Griffin
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Biltmore Music Corp.
Box 43, Folder 44You Can't See The Sun When You're Cryin'
  • Copyright Date: 1946
  • Composer: Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher
  • Lyricist: Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher
  • Performer: Tony Martin
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: George Simon Inc.
Box 43, Folder 45You Never Say Yes, You Never Say No
  • Copyright Date: 1944
  • Composer: Rafael Duchesne and Art Kassel
  • Lyricist: Irving Caesar
  • Performer: Art Kassel
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Robbins Music Corp.
Box 43, Folder 46You'll Never Miss Your Mother 'Till She's Gone
  • Copyright Date: 1940
  • Composer: Harry Birch
  • Lyricist: Harry Birch
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: NPS
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 47You Tell Me Your Dream, I'll Tell You Mine
  • Copyright Date: 1939
  • Composer: Chas. N. Daniels
  • Lyricist: Seymour Rice and Albert H. Brown
  • Performer: Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra
  • Illustrator: unknown
  • Publisher: Calumet Music Co.
Box 43, Folder 48[Title is in Greek alphabet]
  • Copyright Date: 1947
  • Composer: Antonios Sakellariou
  • Lyricist: none
  • Performer: unknown
  • Illustrator: none
  • Publisher: Hermes Music Pub. Co.

Subseries B: Books and Collections

Box 44
Box 44, Folder 1Album of Selected Waltzes - 1939
Box 44, Folder 2Alexander Quadrilles - n.d.
Box 44, Folder 3Allan, Mozart. Allan's Ballroom Companion - n.d.
Box 44, Folder 4Allan, Mozart. Allan's Irish Fiddler.
Box 44, Folder 5Allan, Mozart. Allan's Reels, Strathspeys, and General Dance Music. Country Dances.
Box 44, Folder 6Andrews Sisters. Army, Navy, Marines Song Folio, 1942.
Box 44, Folder 7Arkansas (Arkie) Woodchopper Square Dance Calls, 1940.
Box 44, Folder 8Mel-Bay. Folk Fiddle by Burton Isaac, 1964.
Box 44, Folder 9Berlin, Irving. Waltzes, no. 1 & 2, 1940.
Box 44, Folder 10Berlin, Irving. Waltzes, no. 2, 1940.
Box 44, Folder 11Blair, J.T. Saltemus: Book of Irish Dances.
Box 44, Folder 12Bowman, A.S. Thirty Overtures Standard & Popular...for Solo Violin, 1903.
Box 44, Folder 13Bowman, A.S. The Young Violinist's Favorite, n.d.
Box 44, Folder 14Carhart, ?. Melodeon Instructor.
Box 44, Folder 15Cazden, Norman. Reels, Jigs and Squares. 200 Dance Tunes for Violin & Piano.
Box 45
Box 45, Folder 1Cazden, Norman. Dances from Woodland, 1955.
Box 45, Folder 2Christmas Music
Box 45, Folder 3Cowboy Songs, 1929
Box 45, Folder 4Crumit, Frank. Frank Crumit's Book of Favorite Songs, 1932.
Box 45, Folder 5Cundy-Bettoney. The Violinist's Pastime, 1893.
Box 45, Folder 6Dance Music (assortment of music bound in one volume)
Box 45, Folder 7Deiro, Pietro. Scandinavian Songs & Dances.
Box 45, Folder 8Diack, J. Michael. The Scottish Dance Album.
Box 45, Folder 9Dodworth, Allen. Quadrilles les Lanciers.
Box 45, Folder 10Dominion Round & Square Dances, 1951.
Box 45, Folder 11Dunham, Mellie. Mellie Dunham's Fiddlin' Dance Tunes.
Box 45, Folder 12Durlacher, Ed. Square Dances, 1946.
Box 45, Folder 13Favorite Polkas, 1942.
Box 45, Folder 14Favorite Reels, Jigs, and Hornpipes, 1907.
Box 45, Folder 15Flye, Frances L. and Smart, Phyllis M. The Christmas Story in Music.
Box 45, Folder 16The Gem Dance Folio for 1910.
Box 45, Folder 17Glover, Charles W. Polka-mania Quadrilles.
Box 45, Folder 18Glynn, William C. Bay State Quadrilles, 1844.
Box 45, Folder 19Gotcher, Les. Square Dancin', 1950.
Box 45, Folder 20Gott, George C. Old Familiar Dances with Figures, 1890.
Box 45, Folder 21Ibid, 1918.
Box 46
Box 46, Folder 1Gung'l, Joseph. Marie-Polka-Mazourka, (for piano).
Box 46, Folder 2Harding's Collection of 200 Jigs & Reels for Violin or Pianoforte
Box 46, Folder 3Haywood, Ernest and Newton, Ernest. Country Dances, Jigs, Reels & Strathspeys, 1929.
Box 46, Folder 4Howe, Elias. Howe's Diamond School for the Flageolet..., 1863.
Box 46, Folder 5Howe, Elias. Howe's New Flute Without a Master..., 1879.
Box 46, Folder 6Howe, Elias. Howe's 65 Contra Dances. Hornpipes, Jigs, Reels, etc.
Box 46, Folder 7Hughes, Edwin. Haydn: Master Series for the Young, 1919.
Box 46, Folder 8Jarman, Harry E. The Cornhuskers Book of Old Time Fiddlin' Tunes, no. 4, 1938 (2 copies).
Box 46, Folder 9Jarman, Harry E. The Cornhuskers Book of Old Time Fiddlin' Tunes, no. e, 1937.
Box 46, Folder 10Jigs and Reels, Vol I, 1908.
Box 46, Folder 11Jigs and Reels, Vol II, 1908 (2 copies).
Box 46, Folder 12Kerr, James S. Kerr's First Collection of Merry Melodies for the Violin, (2 copies).
Box 46, Folder 13Kerr, James S. Kerr's Second Collection of Merry Melodies for the Violin, (2 copies).
Box 46, Folder 14Kerr, James S. Kerr's Third Collection of Merry Melodies for the Violin, (2 copies).
Box 46, Folder 15Kerr, James S. Kerr's Fourth Collection of Merry Melodies for the Violin, (2 copies).
Box 47
Box 47, Folder 1Kerr, James S. Collection of Reels and Strathspeys (2 copies).
Box 47, Folder 2Kerr, James S. Kerr's Modern Dance Album for the Pianoforte.
Box 47, Folder 3King, Wayne. Collection of Feist Waltzes, 1922.
Box 47, Folder 4Lancers - various music, 1874-1881.
Box 47, Folder 5Lazarz, Joe. A Folio of Joe Lazarz'z Polkas, 1943.
Box 47, Folder 6Lees, J. Kenyon. The Balmoral Reel Book.
Box 47, Folder 7Let Us Have Music for Violin, Vol. 1, 1943.
Box 47, Folder 8Let Us Have Music for Violin, Vol. 2, 1944.
Box 47, Folder 9Lullabies from Every Land, 1947.
Box 47, Folder 10Magill, Jim. Jim Magill's Square Dance Tunes, 1952.
Box 47, Folder 11Manners, Zeke. American Square Dance, 1948.
Box 47, Folder 12A Merry Christmas in Song, Verse & Story, 1940.
Box 47, Folder 13Messer, Don. Backwoods Melodies, 1949.
Box 47, Folder 14Messer, Don. Barn Dance Breakdowns, 1954.
Box 47, Folder 15Messer, Don. Canadian Hoedowns, 1957.
Box 47, Folder 16Messer, Don. Don Messer's Favorite Melodies, 1950.
Box 47, Folder 17Messer, Don. Don Messer's Square Dance Tunes, 1952.
Box 47, Folder 18Messer, Don. Original Old Tyme Music.
Box 47, Folder 19Messer, Don. Way Down East Fiddlin' Tunes.
Box 48
Box 48, Folder 1Middleton, C. Middleton's Selection of Strathspeys, Reels, etc. For The Violin.
Box 48, Folder 2Miskoe, Sylvia & Graetz, J.M. The Bb Book, 1981.
Box 48, Folder 3O'Brien, Jerry. Irish Folk Dance Music, 1952.
Box 48, Folder 4O'Brien, Jerry. Jerry O'Brien's Accordion Instructor, 1949.
Box 48, Folder 5Old Favorites Album of Pieces for the Pianoforte, 1915.
Box 48, Folder 6Old Time Dance Tunes for Piano & Violin, 1951.
Box 48, Folder 7One Thousand Fiddle Tunes, 1940 (2 copies).
Box 48, Folder 8Parlor Dance Folio, 1899.
Box 48, Folder 9Pepper, J.W. - missing title, 1896.
Box 48, Folder 10Piano - miscellaneous pieces
Box 48, Folder 11Player's Pastime Folio (2 copies)
Box 48, Folder 12Przybylski, Fr. Przybylski's Polish Dance Album, 1937.
Box 48, Folder 13Quintette Quadrille Band (1st Violin part)
Box 48, Folder 14Reels et Jigs de chez-nous, 1945.
Box 49
Box 49, Folder 1Robbins Collection of 200 Jigs, Reels & Country Dances, 1933.
Box 49, Folder 2Robison, Carson. Square Dances, 1947.
Box 49, Folder 3Roche, F. Collection of Irish Airs, Marches & Dance Tunes, Vol. I, 1911.
Box 49, Folder 4Roche, F. Collection of Irish Airs, Marches & Dance Tunes, Vol. II, 1911.
Box 49, Folder 5Roche, F. Collection of Irish Airs, Marches & Dance Tunes, vol. III, 1911.
Box 49, Folder 6Rollinson, T.H. Favorite Reels, Jigs & Hornpipes for the Violin, 1907.
Box 49, Folder 7Ruth, Viola Mom. Pioneer Western Folk Tunes, 1948.
Box 49, Folder 8Scandinavian Tunes for Piano or Piano-Accordion, Vol. I, 1943.
Box 49, Folder 9School for the Reed-Organ & Melodeon
Box 49, Folder 10Scott, Bob. Bob Scott's Canadian Fiddle Tunes, 1955.
Box 49, Folder 11Semb, Klara. Norske Folkedansar, 1924.
Box 49, Folder 12Shaeffer, Arling. Arling Schaeffer's Barn Dance, 1933 (2 copies).
Box 49, Folder 13Shand, Annie. Old Scottish Music, 1932.
Box 49, Folder 14Shand, Jimmy. Scottish Dance Album, Book I, 1953.
Box 49, Folder 15Shand, Jimmy. Scottish Dance Album, Book II, 1953.
Box 49, Folder 16Sharp, Cecil. The English Country Dance, Vol. I.
Box 49, Folder 17Sharp, Cecil. The English Country Dance, Vol. II.
Box 50
Box 50, Folder 1Sterling's Camp Song Album, 1941.
Box 50, Folder 2Strauss, Johan. Strauss-Waltz Album, 1934.
Box 50, Folder 310 Celebrated Polkas for Piano & Piano-Accordion, 1940.
Box 50, Folder 4Tietzel, C. Albert. The Social Dance Album, 1896.
Box 50, Folder 5Trifet's Acme of Dances, 1886.
Box 50, Folder 6Twenty Little Pieces for the Violin, 1900.
Box 50, Folder 7Ville, Paul de & Gould, Maurice. Universal Album of 200 Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes, etc., 1912.
Box 50, Folder 8Violinist's Popular Repertoire, 1918.
Box 50, Folder 9Vitak, Louis. Polish Dance Collection No. 4, 1929.
Box 50, Folder 10Waters, Smilin' Bill. Smilin' Bill Waters Folio, 1943.
Box 50, Folder 11Weber, Henri. Grandpa's Dance Album.
Box 50, Folder 12Wellington, Bill. Belknap's March & Other Dance Melodies..., 1983.
Box 50, Folder 13White, Edward L. Melodeon without a Master..., 1851.
Box 50, Folder 14Will Glahe Polkas, 1944.
Box 50, Folder 15Williams, Vivian T. 151 Brand New Old Time Fiddle Tunes, Vol. I, 1983.
Box 50, Folder 16Wiseman, Herbert & Wright, Tim. 16 Popular Scottish Country Dances, 1952.
Box 50, Folder 17Unidentified
Box 50, Folder 18Miscellaneous pieces
Box 50, Folder 19Miscellaneous, 1904

Series 13: Printed Musical Arrangements

(4 Boxes)
Box 51
Box 51, Folder 1“Another Candle On Your Birthday Cake”
Box 51, Folder 2“Badger Gavotte”
Box 51, Folder 3“Be Careful With Those Eyes”; “The Butterfly” [see Box 4]
Box 51, Folder 4“Candlelight and Wine”
Box 51, Folder 5“Caught in the Net” – three step
Box 51, Folder 6“El Choclo”
Box 51, Folder 7“La Cumparsita”
Box 51, Folder 8“Day Break Waltz”
Box 51, Folder 9“Eleanor Waltzes”
Box 51, Folder 10“Enchantment” – Waltzes
Box 51, Folder 11“Ev’rything I Love” – foxtrot
Box 51, Folder 12“A Faded Summer Love” – fox-trot
Box 51, Folder 13“Fair Confidantes” – waltz
Box 51, Folder 14“Four Little Blackberries” – schottische; “Golden Slippers” – holograph manuscript [see Box 4]
Box 51, Folder 15“Golden Sunset Waltzes”; “The Grand Mogul” [see Box 4]
Box 51, Folder 16“Gypsiana” – Gypsy waltz medley
Box 51, Folder 17“Heel & Toe Polka”
Box 51, Folder 18“Holka-Polka” – polka fox-trot
Box 51, Folder 19“How Am I To Know?”
Box 51, Folder 20“Indian Songs”
Box 51, Folder 21“I’ll Be Blue Just Thinking of You (From Now On)” (fox-trot)
Box 51, Folder 22“I’m In the Market for You” – fox-trot
Box 51, Folder 23“I’m Wrapped Up In You” – fox-trot
Box 51, Folder 24“In My Arms”
Box 51, Folder 25“Jingle Jangle Jingle” – fox-trot
Box 51, Folder 26“Johnny Zero”
Box 51, Folder 27“Jolly Coppersmith March”
Box 51, Folder 28“Just a Prayer Away” – fox-trot; “The Lady in Ermine” [see Box 4]
Box 51, Folder 29“Leigh Valley Polka”
Box 51, Folder 30“Luxemburg” – schottische
Box 51, Folder 31“Ma Chere, Valse Parisienne”
Box 51, Folder 32“Madame Sherry” – barn dance or schottische
Box 51, Folder 33“The Marines’ Hymn” – fox-trot
Box 52
Box 52, Folder 1“Medley Waltz”
Box 52, Folder 2“Medley Waltz, No. 2”
Box 52, Folder 3“The Merry Midnighters” – quadrille
Box 52, Folder 4“Mi Amanda (My Beloved)”
Box 52, Folder 5“Millicent (Valse Hesitation or Boston Pause)”
Box 52, Folder 6“Money Musk”
Box 52, Folder 7“My Mother’s Waltz”
Box 52, Folder 8“My Queen”
Box 52, Folder 9“Neome Waltzes”
Box 52, Folder 10“Northern Lights Waltz”
Box 52, Folder 11“Old Southern Schottische”
Box 52, Folder 12“One-Two-Three-Kick” – conga
Box 52, Folder 13“Oriental Lancers”
Box 52, Folder 14“Our Director” – march
Box 52, Folder 15“Our Waltz”
Box 52, Folder 16“Paper Doll” – fox-trot
Box 52, Folder 17“Ping Pong” – medley lancers
Box 52, Folder 18“Put-Put-Put (Your Arms Around Me)”
Box 52, Folder 19“Queen of Hearts” – waltzes
Box 52, Folder 20“Queen City” – march
Box 52, Folder 21“The Rag Bag Man” – medley march and two-step
Box 52, Folder 22“The Ripple Mazurka”
Box 52, Folder 23“Rye Waltz”
Box 52, Folder 24“Scarf Dance and Air de Ballet” – from “Callirhoe”
Box 52, Folder 25“Seaside Polka”
Box 52, Folder 26“Semper Paratus (Always Ready)” – Coast Guard march
Box 52, Folder 27“Shannon Waltzes”
Box 52, Folder 28“Siboney” – rhumba
Box 52, Folder 29“Sicilian Circle”
Box 52, Folder 30“Skater’s Waltz”
Box 52, Folder 31“Sleepy Hollow – A Dream in the Mountains”- idyll; “Smiles and Caresses” [see Box 4]
Box 52, Folder 32“The Social Set” – lancers
Box 52, Folder 33“Somebody Else is Taking My Place” – fox-trot
Box 52, Folder 34“The Story of a Starry Night”; “Swanee River” [see Box 4]
Box 53
Box 53, Folder 1“Sweet Nothings of Love” – fox-trot
Box 53, Folder 2“Sweetheart of Sigma Chi” – waltz. “Treasure-trove”- waltzes
Box 53, Folder 3“Tendre Amour” – serenade
Box 53, Folder 4“That’s How I Need You” – medley waltz
Box 53, Folder 5“Then I’ll Be Happy (I Wanna Go Where You Go – Do What You Do)” – fox-trot
Box 53, Folder 6“There’s A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere” – fox-trot
Box 53, Folder 7“Through! (How Can You Say We’re Through?)” – foxtrot
Box 53, Folder 8“My Queen”
Box 53, Folder 9“Two Step Medley”
Box 53, Folder 10“Varsouvienne”
Box 53, Folder 11“Virginia Reel”
Box 53, Folder 12“We’re the Couple in the Castle” – foxtrot
Box 53, Folder 13“Whisper That You Love Me”
Box 53, Folder 14“Whispering”
Box 53, Folder 15“The Wishing Waltz”
Box 53, Folder 16“X Rays” – medley quadrille
Box 53, Folder 17“You Don’t Need Glasses (To See I’m in Love)” – foxtrot; “Ziegfeld Follies 1915″ [see Box 4]
Box 53, Folder 18Various arrangements, 1st cornet
Box 53, Folder 19Various arrangements, B-flat cornet
Box 53, Folder 20Various arrangements, drums
Box 53, Folder 21Various arrangements, flute
Box 53, Folder 22Various arrangements, guitar
Box 53, Folder 23Various arrangements, piano
Box 53, Folder 24Various arrangements, trombone
Box 53, Folder 25Various arrangements, 1st violin
Box 53, Folder 26Various arrangements with 2-4 parts, A-D
Box 53, Folder 27Various arrangements with 2-4 parts, E-H
Box 53, Folder 28Various arrangements with 2-4 parts, L-N
Box 53, Folder 29Various arrangements with 2-4 parts, O-W
Box 54
Box 54, Folder 1“The Butterfly” (Morceau Characteristic)
Box 54, Folder 2“Golden Slippers” – holograph manuscript
Box 54, Folder 3“The Grand Mogul”- selections
Box 54, Folder 4“The Lady in Ermine” – selection
Box 54, Folder 5“Smiles and Caresses” – idyll
Box 54, Folder 6“Swanee River” – medley overture
Box 54, Folder 7“Ziegfeld Follies 1915″ – selections

Series 14: Dance Music and Instructions (Leslie Hunt Notebooks)

(16 Boxes)
Box 55
Box 55, Folder 1Index of Round Dances
Box 55, Folder 2Root's Ball Room Album

Fall In Line (Grand March); Grand Republic (Waltz); Storm King (March & Two-Step); Flagship (Quadrille); Janice (Schottische); Favorite Chicago (Lancers); Reflection (Waltz); Artillery (March & Two-Step); University (Quadrille)

Box 55, Folder 3Folk Dances

Music & Steps: Mexican Waltz; Road To The Isles; Boston Two-Step; La Raspa; Chimes of Dunkirk; Crested Hen; Weaving Dance; Patty Cake Polka; Badger Gavotte; Rye Waltz; Russian Troika; Ukranian Hopak; Spanish Waltz; Herr Schmidt

Box 55, Folder 4Folk Dances

Le Carillon De Dunkerque; The Original Gorlitza; La Boulangere; The Gitana Waltz; The Haymakers; Kiss Me Early; Kitty Fisher; May Day; Country Gardens; How D'Ye Do?;Will O' The Wisp; Up and Down; Morris Dance; Princess Royal; Shepherds Hey; Morris Off; Spanish Dance; Shawl Dance; La Belle Canadian; Ben Lomond; Hungarian Dance; Russian Troika; Bearfort Indian Dance; Butter Scotch; Ukranian Hopak; Apache Dance; English Country Dance; Castanet Dance; Mexican Hat Dance; Oriental Dance; Japanese Dance; Celebrated Minuet; El Tango De Reve; A Media Luz; Tarantella Napoletana

Box 55, Folder 5Fox Trots

Apple Blossoms; Peaches and Cream; The Village Clown

Box 55, Folder 6Misc. Dance Step Instructions and a book titled "Old English and American Games"
Box 56
Box 56, Folder 1Galops

Contra Dances Music and Steps: Goodbye, My Lover, Good Bye; Marching Through Georgia (Eight Hands Around The Other Way); Golden Slippers (Duck For The Oyster); Solomon Levi; To The Corner With A Right Hand Around; We Won't Go Home Until Morning; She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain; Red Wing (Dip and Dive); Golden Slippers (Butterfly Whirl); Jingle Bells (Turn The Basket Wrong Side Out)

Box 56, Folder 2Galops

Whip and Spur; Big White Top; On The Mill Dam; A High Stepper

Box 56, Folder 3Galops

Saddle Back; The Ringmaster; Sawdust and Spangles; At Nod

Box 56, Folder 4Galops

The Vixen; The Plunger; Round The Ring; With The Wind

Box 56, Folder 5Galops

Fireman's Galop; Across The Rockies; Fast Life; Home Run

Box 57
Box 57, Folder 1Galops

Slap Bang Galop; Wild West Galop; Vim Galop; Get Busy Galop

Box 57, Folder 2Galops

Keep Going; Fast and Furious; National; Sky Rocket

Box 57, Folder 3Marches

Jacobs' Loose Leaf collection of Marches No.1: Our Director; Second Connecticut; There'll Be A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight

Box 57, Folder 4Marches

Stein Song; Jingles Bells; Under Our Windows; At The Mill

Box 57, Folder 5Marches

Down Main Street; Up The Street; The Game Keeper

Box 58
Box 58, Folder 1Polkas

Beer Barrel Polka; Rock and Rye Polka; Our Katy Polka; Jenny Lind Polka; Morning Star

Box 58, Folder 2Polkas

Nas Matej Polka; Springtime (Na Jare); Grasshopper Polka; Martha Polka; Aunt Ella's Polka

Box 58, Folder 3Polkas

Memories Polka (V Upominka); Barbara Polka; Hell & Toe Polka

Box 58, Folder 4Polkas

Farewell Polka (Na Rozloucenou); Muziky, Muziky; Cherry Pickers Polka; Radio Polka

Box 58, Folder 5Polkas

Helena Polka; Under the Bridge Polka; Arise My Darling Polka (Vst'avej M'a Mil'a)

Box 59
Box 59, Folder 1Schottisches

Four Little Blackberries; Buy the Watermelon Vine, Lindy Lou; Good-bye Mister Greenback; Four Little Pipers; Any Rags?; The Darkey's Dream

Box 59, Folder 2Schottisches

On The Old Plantation; Ellen Snow; The Darkies' Holiday; Dancing in the Barn

Box 59, Folder 3Quadrille Music

Queen Bee; Circus Quadrille; Queen of the Ball; Virginia Reel

Box 59, Folder 4Quadrille Music

Real Reels (Five Old Favorites); Golden Slippers Medley (Golden Slippers/O Susanna/Little Brown Jug/ Buffalo Gals); The Smart Set (Lancers)

Box 60
Box 60, Folder 1Quadrille Music

Root's Quadrille Album #1: On The Lawn; Jane Oaker; Crokinole Club; Lancers, Model March; Silver Crescent; Gypsy Queen

Box 60, Folder 2Round Dances

Chicken Reel; Quicksilver Sue; Hielan' Lassie

Box 60, Folder 3Round Dances

Rosemary; Yvonne; Venetian Beauty; Among The Flowers; Drifting Clouds; The Spider Web; Pickaninny Pranks

Box 60, Folder 4Two-Steps

Out On A Frolic; Behind The Hounds; Hand-In-Hand; Down The Pike; The Horse Marines

Box 60, Folder 5Two-Steps

The Dashing Trooper; The Breakers; With Fife and Drum; Come Out Of The Kitchen, Mary Ann; The Jolly New Yorker

Box 61
Box 61, Folder 1Waltzes

Home, Sweet Home; Lonesome; Home Coming; Come Over On My Veranda; 'Neath The Stars; Les Patineurs (The Skaters)

Box 61, Folder 2Waltzes

A Night In June; Lady Of The Lake; Beauty's Dream; Over the Waves Waltzes; Cuckoo Waltz

Box 61, Folder 3Waltzes

Love's Caresses; Call Of The Woods; Magic Night; Forever; The Merry Widow

Box 61, Folder 4Waltzes

Blue Danube; Dream Thoughts; Arrival Of The Robbins; Dream Memories

Box 61, Folder 5Play Party Dances

Skip To My Lou; Pig In The Parlor; Shoo Fly; Captain Sinks; Loobie Loo; Oh! Susanna; Brown Eyed Mary; The Jolly Miller; Bingo

Box 62
Box 62, Folder 1Quadrille

Spirit of the Times (Grand March); The Pioneer & Fiddlin' Silas (Virginia Reel); Quadrilles: The Lancers; The Boulevard; Aunt Liza's Favorite; Johnny Mind Your Mammy; Happy Days To Come; My Love For The Emerald Isle Reel; Uncle Sams; Hunkydory; Schaeffer's Celebrated; Turkey In The Straw; Arkansas Traveler; My Love Is But A Lassie 'O; Honey Comb Reel; When Clover's In Bloom; The Humming Bird Reel; California Hornpipe; At Sunrise; Rocky Mountain Hornpipe; Huntsman's Hornpipe; Spinning Wheel Reel; Over The Range; Jolly Mountaineer Hornpipe; Joy Of Dance; Silver Slipper Hornpipe; Jolly Good Times Hornpipe; New Century; Honey Suckle Vine Hornpipe; Arlington Hornpipe; On The Roundup; Ricket's Reel; Louisiana Hornpipe; Imperial Waltz; Silver Wedding; Lancer's Quadrille

Box 62, Folder 2Quadrilles

The Pepper Collection of Square Dances: Lancers: Jockey Club; Fairmount Park; The Debutante; Savoy Lancers; Ball Room Whispers; Criterion; Social Set; Colonial; The Belmont; Belle Of Frisco; Sweet Simplicity Lancers; Waldorf-Astoria

Box 62, Folder 3Reels, Jigs & Hornpipes-Jigs

Irish Washer Woman; Paddy Whack; Larry O'Gaff; Come Under My Pladdie; Garry Owen; Swimming In The Gutter; Kitty O'Neil; Rory O'Moore; Joys Of Wedlock; Charlie Mack; Swallow Tail; Come, Haste To The Wedding; St. Patrick's Day In The Morning; Billy Paterson; Catholic Boys; Maggie Brown Favorite Reels: Reilly's; Single; Pig Town Fling; Miss McLeod; McDonald; Fairy Dance; The Wind That Shakes The Barley; The Ivy Leaf; Limber Up; Old Zip Coon; The Devil's Dream; Miller's; Mary Rose's; Soldiers' Joy; Speed The Plough; The Campbells Are Comin'; Rosebud; Arkansas Traveler Hornpipes: Fisher's; Durang's; College; Constitution; MacGregor's; Vinton's; Cinninnati; Ricket's; Good For The Tongue; High Level; Delaware Contra: Hull's Victory; Money Musk; Ladies Triumph; Opera Reel; Lady Walpole; The Tempest

Miscellaneous: Highland Fling; Essance Of Old Virginny; Esmeralda; Sicilian Circle; The White Cockade; Four Hand Reel; Neal Gow's Wife; Belles of Edinboro'; The Girl I Left Behind Me; Pop Goes The Weasel; The Rakes Of Mallow; Wilder's; Liverpool; Rustic Reel; Limber Up Reel; Flowers Of Edinburgh; Jordan Is A Hard Road; Camptown Hormpipe; Petronella; Over The Water To Charlie; Tullochgorum; Johnny's Made A Wedding O'It; The Kerry Girls; Buck And Wing Dance; That Marble Dream; The Irish Lasses; The Cascade Reel; Uncle Jim; Rock Valley; Why Should I Care; The Witches Reel; Plum Pudding Reel

Square Dances: Irish Washerwomen; Old Zip Coon; Turkey In the Straw; Soldier's Joy; Portland Fancy; Darling Nellie Gray; Little Brown Jug; Girl I Left Behind; Golden Slippers; De Camptown Races; Jingle Bells; Pop Goes The Weasel; Buffalo Girls; She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain; Devil's Dream; Come Haste To The Wedding; The Campbells Are Comin'; Arkansas Traveler; The White Cockade; Larry O'Gafe; Money Musk; Chorus Jig; Old Dan Tucker; Hull's Victory; Fisher's Hornpipe; Miss McCloud's Reel; St. Paterick's Day In The Morning; Life On The Ocean Wave; Good-bye, My Lover, Good-bye; We Won't Go Home Till Morning; Yankee Doodle; Sailor's Hornpipe; Rakes of Mallon; Speed The Plow; Lady Walpole's Reel; The Circassian Circle; Siclian Circle; Lamplighter's Hornpipe; Durang's Hornpipe; The Tempest; The Black Cat

Box 62, Folder 4Old Familiar Dances with Figures

Lancer's Quadrilles (La Dorset, Lodoiska,La Native, Les Graces; Les Lanciers); Sicilian Circle; Light Artillery; New Caledonian Quadrille (Bonnie Breast Knot, Annie Laurie, Comin' Thro' The Rye, Logie O'Buchan, All The Blue Bonnets); Portland Fancy (Not Much, Dream Faces, Smiles, Nanon; Sailing Sailing, Baby's Learning To Walk; Fantine); Basket Cotillion (Campbells are Comin', the Girl I Left Behind, White Cockade, Kinloch of Kinloch); Vinton's Hornpipe; Rickett's Hornpipe; Gipsy Polka Quadrille; Jenny Linds Favorite Waltz; Empress Anne's Polka; Princess Maude Polka; Baden Baden Polks; Virginia Reel; Aurora Waltz Quadrille; Sophie Waltz; Philomel Waltz, The Joy Waltz; La Colotta Polka; Party Cotillion (Wait For the Wagon, Be Watchful, Boatmen Dance, Few Days, Prima Donna, Dearest Mae, Jordan); Flowers of Edinburgh; Miss McLeod's Reel; Cincinnati Hornpipe; Land of Sweet Erin; Larry O'Gaff; Rory O'More; Ladies Triumph; Favorite Dance; College Hornpipe; Durangs Hornpipe; Fred Wilson's Clog Dance; Vinton's Hornpipe; Camptown Hornpipe; Jordan Is A Hard Road; Pop Goes The Weasel; Over The Water To Charlie; Lamplighter's Hornpipe; Thunder Hornpipe; Soldier's Joy; White Cockade; Chorus Jig; The Tempest; Fisher's Hornpipe; Speed The Plough; Campbells Are Coming; Rustic Reel; Hull's Victory; Money Musk; Devil's Dream; Zulma; Washington Quickstep; Swiss Boy; The Celebrated Varsoviana; Wilder's Hornpipe; Arkansas Traveler; The Esmeralda; Eight Hand Reel; Danish Dance; Go To The Devil and Shake Yourself; Buy A Broom; The Coquette; La Belle Canadian; Gavot De Vestris; Kitty O'Neil; Fairy Dance; Newport Waltz; Petronella; The Danish Dance; Six Hand Reel; The Sicilienne; The Rout; The Land Of Sweet Erin; La Cracovienne; Come, Haste To The Wedding; Ben Lomond; Spanish Dance; Five Step Waltz; Irish Washerwoman; Highland Fling; La Tempete; The German Redowa; Le Carillon De Dunkerque; The Original Gorlitza; La Boulangere; The Gitana Waltz; The Tarantella; Gavotte Favorite De Marie Antoinette; Shawl Dance; Minuet

Box 62, Folder 5Round Dances

Bib and Tucker; Turkey in the Straw; Pigeon Wing; A Hen on the Nest; Chicken Walk; Fiddlesticks; The Black Hawk Waltz; Parade of the Doodle Bugs; Over The Waves; The Harvest moon; Imperial Polka; Imperial Waltz; Minuet in G; Meet me Tonight in Dreamland; Ford's Schottische; Other Days; Irish Waltz Medley; Love Waltzes Medley; Whistling Rufus; Old Memories; Jenny Linds Favorites Polka; Badger Gavotte; Fords Varsovienne; ' Round the Hall; Martha Polka; Helena Polka; Barbara Polka; Laughing Polka; Little Fairy-March; St. Paul Waltz; The Oxen Dance; Cuckoo Waltz; Mazurka; The Newport; Mountain Belle Schottische; Varsoviana; Rye Waltzes; Polish Dance; Nya Fiskar-Vals; Kosatzki; Heel and Toe; O Susanna; Lauterbach; Ach Du Lieber Augustin; Old Time Waltz Medley; Pizzicato Polka; Heel and Toe Polka; Varsoviana; Gavotte; A Frangesa; Katy Polka; Forest Polka

Box 63
Box 63, Folder 1Square Dances

Sidewalks of New York; Nellie Bly ; De Camp Town Races; Little Brown Jug; Sioux City Sue; Because, Just Because; Ocean Waves, Life On The Ocean Wave; Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-Der-E; Mac Namara's Band; When the Bloom is On The Sage; Silver Bell, When You Wore A Tulip, Red Wing

Box 63, Folder 2Fox Trots

The Village Clown; Peaches and Cream; Apple Blossoms

Box 63, Folder 3Galops

Whip and Spur; Big White Top; On The Mill Dam; A High Stepper; Saddle Back; The Ringmaster; Sawdust and Spangles; At Nod; The Vixen; 'Round The Ring; With The Wind

Box 63, Folder 4Galops

Firemen's Galop; Across The Rockies; Fast Life; Home Run; Slap Bang; Wild West; Vim; Get Busy; Keep Going; Fast and Furious; National; Sky Rocket

Box 63, Folder 5Marches

Our Director; Second Connecticut; Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight; Maine Stein Song; Jingle Bells Medley; Under Our Windows; At The Mill; Down Main Street; Up The Street; The Game Keeper; Clayton's Grand March; Gen. Grant's Grand March; Wedding March

Box 64
Box 64, Folder 1Misc. Round Dances (piano & violin)

Jenny Lind's Favorite Polka; Hell and Toe Polka; Ford's Schottische; Hielan' Lassie; Chicken Reel; Quicksilver Sue; Kerry Mills Barn Dance; The Hay Loft; The Huskin' Bee; Red Wing; Merry Widow; Home On The Range; Jenny Lind Schottische; Heather Bells; Selma Schottische; Weel Me The Keel Row; Krakowiak Polka; Varsoniana; Ford's Varsovienne

Box 64, Folder 2Misc. Quadrille Music (piano & violin)

Queen of the Ball; Golden Slippers; Jiggy Jigs; Real Reels; Irish Washerwoman; Soldiers' Joy; Old Zip Coon; Virginia Reel; Lancers-Oriental; Blackberry Quadrille; Loomis Lancers-Abonnement; Prince of Good Fellows; The Black Cat Quadrille

Box 64, Folder 3Square Dance Music (piano)

Old Zip Coon; Money Musk; Rakes of Mallon; Buffalo Girls; Golden Slippers; Canadian Breakdown; Hull's Victory; Fisher's Hornpipe; Chorus Jig; White Cockade; The Tempest; St. Patrick's Day in the Morning; Opera Reel; The Black Cat; London Bridge; The Crooked Stovepipe; Jingle Bells; St Anne's Reel; Irish Washerwoman; The Wind That Shakes The Barley; Larry O'Gafe; Pop Goes The Weasel; Miss McLeod's Reel; Pig Town Fling; The Campbells Are Comin'; Miller's Reel; Durang's Hornpipe; Lamplighter's Hornpipe; Captain Sinks; Dixie; Life on the Ocean Wave; Girl I Left Behind; Little Brown Jug; Uncle Jim; Smash The Window; Haste to the Wedding; Speed the Plow; To The Ladies; Fiddlers Three; De Camptown Races; Portland Fancy; Grand March; Home, Sweet Home; Listen To The Mocking Bird; Circassion Circle; Rig-A-Jig-Jig; Honest John; There is a Tavern in the Town; The Old Gray Mare; Fireman's Dance; Rickett's Hornpipe; Rory O'Moore; Raggedy Ann; Vive L'Amour; Ten Little Indians; Road to the Isles; Mulberry Bush Operator's Reel; Patronella; The Swamplake Breakdown; Old Red Barn; Year of Jubilo; Lucy Long; Climbing the Golden Stairs; Old Dan Tucker; General Grant's Grand March; Clayton's Grand March; Wedding March; The Merry Dance; Flop Eared Mule; On the Road to Boston; Silver and Gold; Reel of Stumpie; Hand Organ Hornpipe; Blackberry Quadrille; Wait for the Wagon; Rustic Reel; Spitfire Reel; Limber up Reel; New Century Hornpipe; Peter Street; Over The Water to Charlie; Dominion Reel; Top of Cork Road; Paddy Whack; Cincinnati Hornpipe; Vinton's Hornpipe; Grey Eagle Hornpipe; Sweet Ellen; Drunken Sailor; Sally Gooden; Leather Breeches; Garfield's Hornpipe; Cackling Hen; Marching to Pretoria; Eleven More Months and Ten More Days; Reilly's Own; Casey Jones; Chicken Reel; Big John McNeil; Up Country; Allie Crocker's Reel; The piper's Lass; Steamboat Quickstep; Montreal; Pincushion Polka; British Grenadiers; Washington Quickstep; Old Joe Clark; All The Way To Galway; Ladies Triumph; Garry Owen; Paddy on the Turnpike; Nellie Bly; Glise A Sherbrooke; The Hundred Pipers; The Cock O' The North; Ragtime Annie; Chinese Breakdown; A and E Rag; Rosebud Reel; High Level Hornpipe; Reel A Pitou; Bricklayer's Hornpipe; Maple Leaf Jig; Gypsy Hornpipe

Box 64, Folder 4Polkas (piano & violin)

Beer Barrel Polka; Rock and Rye; Our Kay; Jenny Lind; Morning Star; Nas Matej; Na Jare; Grasshopper Polka; Martha; Aunt Ella's Polka; Barbara Polka; Heel and Toe Polka

Box 65
Box 65, Folder 1Polkas (piano & violin)

Memories; Farewell; Muziky Muziky; Cherry Pickers; Radio; Helena; Under the Bridge; Arise My Darling

Box 65, Folder 2Old Quadrilles (piano & violin)

Long Live the Army; Harvest Moon; Social Event; Silver Wedding; Queen Bee; Old Homestead; Buffalo Girls; Queen of the Ball

Box 65, Folder 3Old Quadrilles (piano & violin)

Virginia Reel; Fiddlin' Silas; Jiggy Jigs; Real Reels; Lancers Quadrille; The Boulevard; The Smart Set; Original Waltz Quadrille

Box 65, Folder 4Round Dances (piano & violin)

Rosemary; Yvonne; The Ripple; Sorita; Badger Gavotte; Minuet in G; Venetian Beauty; Among the Flowers; Drifting Clouds; The Spider Web; Pickaninny Pranks

Box 66
Box 66, Folder 1Schottisches (piano & violin)

By the Watermelon Vine; Four Little Blackberries; Four Little Pipers; Any Rag?; The Darkey's Dream; Good-bye Mister Greenback; On the Old Plantation; Ellen Snow; Dancing in the Barn; The Darkies' Holiday; The Hay-loft; Military Schottische, Barn Dance

Box 66, Folder 2Two Steps (piano & violin)

Out on a Frolic; Behind the Hounds; Hand-in-Hand; Down the Pike; The Horse Marines; The Dashing Trooper; The Breakers; With Fife and Drum; Come Out of the Kitchen; The Jolly New Yorker

Box 66, Folder 3Square Dance (violin)

Hull's Victory; Chorus Jig; Fisher's Hornpipe; Money Musk; Miller's Reel; Lamplighter's Hornpipe; White Cockade; Lady Walpole's Reel; Sicilian Circle; Durang's Hornpipe; Larry O'Gaff; Uncle Jim; Golden Slippers; Captain Jinks; Little Brown Jug; Girl I Left Behind; Rakes of Mallow; Ten Little Indians; Life on the Ocean Wave; St Patrick's Day in the Morning; Opera Reel; Irish Washerwoman; London Bridge; The Crooked Stovepipe; Buffalo Girls; Pop Goes The Weasel; To the Ladies; Fiddlers Three; The Black Cat; Jingle Bells; The Wind That Shakes The Barley; Pig Town Fling; Arkansas Traveler; Haste to the Wedding; Smash the Window; St. Anne's Reel; Canadian Breakdown; De Camptown Races; Portland Fancy; Grand March; Home, Sweet Home; Listen to the Mocking Bird; Circassian Circle; Rig-A-Jig-Jig; Honest John; There is a Tavern in the Town; Dixie; Old Gray Mare; Rory O'Moore; Rickett's Hornpipe; Raggedy Ann; Vive L'Amour; Road to the Isles; Mulberry Bush; Patronella; Operator's Reel; Swamplake Breakdown; The Old Red Barn; Year of Jubilo; Lucy Long; Fireman's Dance; Old Dan Tucker; Climbing up the Golden Stairs; Herr Schmidt; General Grant's Grand March; Wedding March Lohengrin; On the Road to Boston; Silver and Gold; Hand Organ Hornpipe; Reel of Stumpey; Merry Dance; Flop Eared Mule; Wait for the Wagon; Blackberry Quadrille; Rustic Reel; Limber Up Reel; Marching to Pretoria; Cackling Hen; Leather Breeches; Eleven More Months and Ten More Days; Reilly's Own Reel; Cincinnati Hornpipe; Vinton's Hornpipe; Paddy Whack; Spitfire Reel; New Century Hornpipe; Peter Street; Dominion Reel; Top of Cork Road; Over the Water to Charlie; Sweet Ellen; Drunken Sailor; Grey Eagle Hornpipe; Garfield's Hornpipe; Sally Gooden; Chicken Reel; Casey Jones; Ladies Triumph; Up Country; Pincushion Polka; Montreal; British Grenadiers; Allie Crocker's Reel; Piper's Lass; Steamboat Quickstep; Big John McNeil; Washington Quickstep; Old Joe Clark; Garry Owen; Cock o'the North; Paddy on the Turnpike; Glise A Sherbrooke; Ragtime Annie; Nellie Bly; Chinese Breakdown; A and E Rag; All the Way to Galway; Hundred Pipers; Rosebud Reel; High Level Hornpipe; Reel A Pitou; Bricklayer's Hornpipe; Maple Leaf Rag; Gypsy Hornpipe

Box 66, Folder 4Waltzes (piano & violin)

Old Timers Waltz; Home, Sweet Home; Lonesome Waltz; Irish Waltz Medley; Golden Stars Waltz; Home Coming Waltz; Come Over on My Veranda; Other Days Medley

Box 67
Box 67, Folder 1Waltzes (piano & violin)

'Neath the Stars; Skaters Waltz; A Night in June; Lady of the Lake; Beauty's Dream; Over the Waves; Love's Caresses; Cuckoo Waltz; Call of the Woods; Magic Night

Box 67, Folder 2Waltzes (piano & violin)

Forever; The Merry Widow; Blue Danube; Dream Thoughts; Arrival of the Robbins; Dream Memories

Box 67, Folder 3Old Time Fiddlin Tunes

Succotash Quadrille; Billy Boy; Oh! Susanna; Red River Valley; Sugar Bowl; It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo'; Pistol Packin' Mama; Honest John; Golden Slippers

Box 67, Folder 4Old Time Dances

Mellie Dunham's Fiddlin' Dance Tunes: Rippling Waves; Happy Hours; Norway Schottische; Haywood Schottische; Little Stack of Barley; Old Zip Coon; Arkansas Traveler; Turkey in the Straw; The Ripple; Irish Washerwoman; The Tempest; Fisher's Hornpipe; Chorus Jig; Portland Fancy; Boston Fancy; Durang's Hornpipe; Lamp Lighters; Hull's Victory; Liverpool; McDonald's Reel; Rustic Reel; Pop goes the Weasel; Jingle Bells; Old Times; Rory O'More; Larry O'Gaff; St. Patrick's Day in the Mornin'; Money Musk; Rakes of Mallow; White Cockade; Soldier's Joy; The Devil's Dream; Fred Wilson's Clog Dance; Ned Kendall's Hornpipe; Miss McLeod's Reel; Girl I Left Behind; Forest de Bondi; Lannigan's Ball; Haste to the Wedding; Speed the Plough; Over the Waves; Mountain Hornpipe; Buy a Broom; Seaside Polka; Steamboat Waltz; Old Southern Waltz; Eliot's Schottische; Varsovienne; Heel and Toe Polka; Do You See My New Shoes?

Box 68
Box 68, Folder 1White's Excelsior Collection of Jigs, Reels and Hornpipes for Violin

Jigs: Bully for You; Kitty O'Neil; One More Bottle; Billy the Barber; Irish Show Boy; Trip to the Cottage; Old Dutch Churn; Market Girl's; The Boss; The Jolly Pedler's; The Dublin Boys; The Devil's Own; Fagin Holiday; Leather the Wig; The Bridal Jig; Gallagher's Jag; Bundle and Go; Honeymoon Jig; Strop the Razor; Kennedy's Jig; The Tipsy Sailor; Morning Lark; Widow Machree; Legacy Jig; Pausteen Fawn; The Blooming Meadows; Tatter Jack Welch; Ride A Mile; Exile's Lament; Shake the Bag; Tam O'Shanter; Pea Patch; Tim The Piper; Little Bog Trotter; Rush The Cruiskeen; Judy McFadden's; Dusty Bob's; The Bottle of Brandy Frazier's; Lannegan's Ball; Barney Brallagan's; Roaring Willie's; Geese in the Bog; Billy O'Rourke's' Kitty of Oulart; Looney McTwolter; The Broken Lantern; Smash the Windows; Come Under My Pladdie; Terry Heigh; Morgan Rattler; Spirits of Whiskey; Pothouge; Rakes of Westmeath; Jackson's Fancy; Maid on the Green; Root, Hog or Die; Crabs in the Skillet; Skiver the Quilt; Trip to Galway; Moll Roe in the Morning; Maggie Brown's Favorite; The Munster Lass; Sir Roger de Coverly; Hop Jig; Old Mother Goose; Bannock's O'Barley Meal Jig; The Boys of Bockhill; Pretty Maid; Katy's Rambles; Paddy Whack; Butcher Boy; Old National Theatre; Hoop0De-Doo-Den-Doo; Grape Vine Twist; Dar's Sugar in de Gourd; King Pin; Kilkenny Rover's; Moll Roe's; Bag of Meal; The Peeler; Cat in the Hopper; Barney's Goat; Belle of the Kitchen; Praties in the Bag; No You Don't; Swallow Tail; Mrs. Monroe's; Limerick Lass

Reels: Walker Street; Shuffle; Picnic; Fife Hunt; Clyde Side Lassies; Masons' Cap; My Love is in America; Congress Park; The First of May; Jenny Danged the Weaver; Emigrants'; Wake Up, Susan; The Keel Row; Money Musk; McDonald's; Echoes from Forest Garden; The Maid of Argyle's; Yellow Hair'd Laddie; Muldoon's Favorite; Donegal Dimple's; Bonnie Jennie; The Little Major; Winnie Green's Favorite; New Policeman's; Steeple Chase; Reunion; Jack Smith's Favorite; Flirtation; New York; Sukey Bids me; Old Dominion; The wedding; Racketty Jack's; Lady Harriet's; Around the World; Twin Katys; Jimmey Fadden's; Paddy Miles; Mountain; Donegall Boys; Rustic Reel; Miss Kelly's; Old Sport; Queen of Clubs; Flowers of Limerick; All Aboard; Leap Year; Kelton's; Flowers of Edinburg; Green Grow the Rushes O; Maid of Athens; Miss Gay's; Arkansas Traveller; Parnell's; Miss McDonald's; Turnpike; Belles of Tipperary; Half Penny; Highland Skip; The Jolly Seven; Molly Dawn's; Let Her Go; Riley's Favorite; Lileegaloo; Moonshiner's; Salamander; Pride of Kildare; Forty-Niner; Corkonian Reel; Rattle Snake; Pull Down Your Vest; Paddy on the Railroad; Come, Till the Bottle-House; Spindle Shanks; Queen's Shilling; Pretty Jane's; Dandy Mike's; Calico Coat; Penny Candle; Lucy Campbell's; Charming Molloe's; Lady Edmonton's; Limerick Lasses; Sweetheart; Lord Gordon's; Irish-American Reel; Paddy Handly's Goose; Judy's; Rattle the Brogans; Whirlpool; The Devil Among the Tailors; Charming Katy's; All the Way to Galway; Liverpool Jack's; Speed the Plough; Ladies' Delight; Den Thompson's; Water Witch; Pop Corn Reel; Grangers'; Josh Whitcomb's; Banks of Enverness; Neil Gow's; Temperance; Terence's Ramble; Dark Haired Lass; Honey Moon; Three of a Kind; Buckley's Favorite; Miss Brown's; Pewter Mug; Mother Carey's; Silver Spoons; 'Round the Corner; Butterfly; The Piper's Lass; Rocks of Cashel; Peeler's Jacket

Hornpipes: Durang's; Fisher's; Rickett's; College; Hand Organ; Red Lion; Venetian; Scotch; St. Clair's; Niagara; Christmas; Douglass' Favorite; Bricklayer's; Sailors on Shore; Lamplighter's; Village; Vinton's; Hull's Victory; New Century (20th); Smith's Favorite; Fred Wilson's; Thunder; London; Ariel; Golden Eagle; Price Albert's; Caledonian Laddies'; Chandler's; American; Holmes; Cuckoo; Devine's; Village; Belle of Claremont; Atlanta; Eureka; Sumner's; Violetta; Key- West; Ypsilanti; Locker's; Jinrikisha; Passaic; Coquette; Derby; Jim Clark's; Liverpool; Huntsman's; Oyster River; Mountain Ranger; Nelson's Victory; Whipple's; Ostinelli's; Almack's; Buckley's; Souvenir de Venice; Frog Club; The Admiral's; Deer-Foot; Ivy Tower; Over the Wall; Harvest Home; Ole Bull; Salem; Quindaro; Corinthian; Cincinnati; Favorite; Camptown; Ned Kendell's Maid in the Pump Room; Democratic; Good for the Tongue; Constitution; Dundee; Sentinel; Highland; Portsmouth; Delaware; Blanchard's; Boston Belles; Humphrey's; Leviathan; Short Six; Hopkins'; Snow Flake; Irish; Napoleon; Tin Wedding; News Boys' Saratoga; Lampson'; Silver Star; Fantastic; Dick Sand's; Boston; Red Cross; Occidental; On Deck; Lord Moira's; Flying Yankee; Growler; Peerless; Erie; Eclipse; Maid Marian; Jock Tamson's; Myopia

Clogs: Comet; White Star; Fly by Night; Johnnie Queen's; Daisy; Great Western; Starlight; Empress; Pioneer; Alhambra; Manhatten; Northern Star; Old Timer; Silver Heels; Straight Tip; Rialto; Larry O'Niel's; Crescent City; Don Cameron's Favorite; Dandelion; Lancashire Lass; Trilby's; Opera House; Lady Templeton's; Empire State Highland Flings: Belles of Edinboro's; Handy Andy's; Bonnie Laddie; Chieftain's Pride; Marquis of Huntley's; Blue Bonnets; Lord Moira's; Mac Gregor's Strathspeys: Lady Elgin's; The Lass with the Yellow Coatee; Jamie McNicol's; Duchess of Athol's; Alistair Mac Calistair; Caledonian Hunt; Look Before You; Strathearn; Bonnie Lassie; Loch-Na- Ga; Roy's Wife; Lord John Campbell's; Lady Mary Ramsay's; Carmichael's; Up and Waur Them A'Willie

Miscellaneous: Come Haste to the Wedding; The Girl I Left Behind; Soldier's Joy; Forest of Bondi; White Cockade; Rory O'More; Katy's Rambles; The Good Girl; Irish Washerwoman; Wake of Teddy The Tiler; Morella's Lesson; Shoo Fly; Star Spangled Banner; Chinese March; The Carnival of Venice; Mollie Put the Kettle On; Ben Lomond; Beaus of Albany; Tom and Jerry; Swiss Waltz; Old Zip Coon; Yankee Doodle; St. Patrick's Day in the Morning; Kinlock; Hail Columbia; Hail to the Chief; The Devil's Dream; Highland Fling; Over the Mountain; Kathleen Mavourneen; Hither, O You; Flee as a Bird; The Campbells are Coming; Steamboat Quickstep; The Monkey's Wedding; Pop Goes the Weasel; Larry O'Gaff; Land of Sweet Rain; Chorus Jig; Tempest; Merry Dance; The Gobby O; Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch; Rogue's March; Boulanger's March; Draw the Sword Scotland; Red, White and Blue; Easter Lilies Waltz; Golden Robin Polka; America; Marseillaise Hymn; Wood Up Quickstep; Washington Society Quadrille; Silver Bells of Memory; Waves of the Ocean Galop; Golden Rain Polka Redowa; After'em Galop; After Dinner Quadrille; Centennial March; Little Fishermaiden; Marguerite; Bright Star of Hope; He Is Irish; I Met Her at the Ball Waltz; Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Stars; Chummy and I March; Swing Song; Clayton's Grand March; Spanish Dance; Angels' Serenade; White Roses Polka; My Snowy Breasted Pearl; Home Sweet Home; Umbrella Dance; Annie Lawrie; Maypole Dance; Skirt Dance; Mermaid's Song; Daffney, Do You Love Me; Arab March; The Shamrock Band; Intermezzo; Largo; Queen of the Arena Waltz; The Nightingale; Whip Snap Quadrille

Box 68, Folder 2Square Dance

Life on the Ocean Wave (Head 2 Gents Cross Over); De Camptown Races (Doodah); Spanish Cavalier (Honolulu Baby); The Spanish Cavlier; The Girl I Left Behind Me; Wabash Cannonball; The Waltz Quadrille; Yankee Doodle; Darling Nellie Gray; Little Brown Jug

Box 68, Folder 3American Country Dance

Polly Wolly Doodle (the Basket); Macnamara's Band (Promenade around the Lady); Good Night Ladies; San Antonio Rose (Rose of San Antone); Blue Eyes; Golden Slippers (Three's A Crowd); Battle Hymn of the Republic (Glory, Glory, Hallelujah); It's A Nice Time To Get Up In The Morning; On the Old Fall River Line; You Call Everybody Darling; The Spanish Cavalier (Four Leaf Clover); Solomon Levi (Hook & a Whirl)

Box 68, Folder 4One Thousand Fiddle Tunes by M.M. Cole Publishing Co., 1940, 128 pages.
Box 68, Folder 5Chicago Park District (piano & violin)

Quadrilles: Arkansas Traveler; Buffalo Gals; Cackling Hen; Climbing the Golden Stairs; Devil's Dream; Durang's Hornpipe; Fisher's Hornpipe; Girl I Left Behind; Golden Slippers; Herr Schmidt; Irish Washerwoman; Lamplighter's Hornpipe; Little Brown Jug; Lucy Long; Miller Boy; Miss McLeod's Reel; Old Dan Tucker; She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain; Soldier's Joy; Speed the Plow; Turkey in the Straw; White Cockade Two-Steps: Bill Bailey, Won't You Come Home?; Irish Washerwoman

Specialties: Finger Tanz; German Clap Dance; Girl I Left Behind Me; Heather Bells; Hell and Toe Polka; Rye Waltz; Varsoviana; Vengierka Singing Calls: Darling Nellie Gray; Girl I Left Behind Me; Irish Washerwoman; Life on the Ocean Wave

Schottisches: Bummel; Haywood; Highland; Holzauction; Honeysuckle; Jenny Lind; Mountain Belle; Norway; Old Southern; Pearly Dew Drop; Rochester; Rustic Dance; Selma; Weel Me The Keel Row Waltzes: Home on the Range; Merry Widow; My Pretty Quadroon; Over the Waves

Box 68, Folder 6Square Dance (piano & violin)

A Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight; Hinky Dinky Parley Vous; Pop Goes the Weasel; Lady Go 'Round The Lady; Buffalo Gals; Little Brown Jug; Jingle Bells; Golden Slippers; Turkey in the Straw; Irish Washerwoman

Box 69
Box 69, Folder 1Square Dance

3 books on Square Dancing:

  • Bing Crosby's Country Style Square Dances complied by Grace Whitehead, 1949, 36 pages of music and dance instruction
  • Hank Roth & his Tamarack's Square Set Songs by Chas. H. Roth Music Co., 1940, 31 pages of music and dance instruction
  • Square Dancin' by Les Gotcher, by Beechwood Music Corp., 1950, over 100 calls for Squares, Rounds and Dances
Box 69, Folder 2Contra Dance instructions from various callers, Ed Larkin of Vermont; Dick Caster from Maine and the State Board of Recreation, Montpelier, Vermont
Box 69, Folder 3Music and Dance instruction (piano & violin)

Polly Wolly Doodle; Wearing of the Green; When the Work's All Done this Fall; Captain Jinks; Little Log Cabin in the Lane; Macnamara's Band; Bell Bottom Trousers; Little Brown Jug; My Little Girl; Listen to the Mocking Bird; Put On Your Old Gray Bonnet

Box 69, Folder 4Music and Dance instruction (piano & violin)

Macnamara's Band (Wearing of the Green); Macnamara's Band (the Zig Zag Trail); I Only Want A Buddy; Wabash Cannon Ball (the Wagon Wheel); Bye Bye Blackbird; Rambling Wreck; Bully of the Town; Climbing Up The Golden Stairs; Yellow Rose of Texas; Wreck of the Old 97; Wait For The Wagon

Box 69, Folder 5Music and Dance instruction (piano & violin)

Golden Slippers (Catch All Eight); Too Old To Cut The Mustard; I Want A Girl (Old Fashioned Girl); Oh! Johnny Oh!; Turkey in the Straw (the Corner Nest); Bill Bailey; Loch Lomond; Pack Up Your Troubles

Box 69, Folder 6Old Songs: Words and Music

A grouping of old songs assembled by Leslie M. Hunt, 1935 Titles included are: My Gal Irene (1908); Susie, My Susie-Ue (1903); Display Song (1909); My Wild Irish Rose of Killarney (1907); Cheating (1908); Johnnie Was A Drummer Boy (1909); In The Springtime When The Roses Bloom Around The cottage Door (1908); When A Fellow Is Twenty- One (1906); My Toreador (1910); I Will Always Love You, Sweetheart (1908); Topeka (1908); He Was A Cowboy (1909); You'll Never Miss The Water Till The Well Runs Dry (1908); The Same Old Silv'ry Moon Is Shining (1909); The Shamrock and the Starry Flag (1908); Too Long from Long Acre Square (1908); When The Evening Twilight Bids The Day Goodbye (1906); Follette (1910); I Wonder If They Are All True To Me (1908); The Diff'rence of a Drink or Two (1910); The Song of the Foam (1907); Goo-Goo Land (1908); Romping in the Clover (1900); Wish Daddy Good Luck Today (1897); Old Glory Is Waving (1908); White Light Alley (1911); The Little Bridge Over The Stream (?); The Best Thing In Life (1907); Where The Bright Lights Shine (1910)

Box 70
Box 70, Folder 1Saxophone arrangements for many (at least 30) different tunes, with most tunes from the 1930s and 1940s
Box 70, Folder 2Trumpet arrangements of many (at least 30) different tunes, with most tunes from the 1930s and 1940s
Box 70, Folder 3Piano arrangements for many (at least 30) different tunes, with most tunes from the 1930s and 1940s
Box 70, Folder 4Violin arrangements for many (at least 30) different tunes, with most tunes from the 1930s and 1940s
Box 70, Folder 5Copies of the New Hampshire Folk Federation Service Bulletin: Apr 1951-Nov 1953
Box 71
Box 71, Folder 1Alto Saxophone arrangements for many (at least 30) different tunes, with most tunes from the 1930s and 1940s
Box 71, Folder 2Sets in Order, The Workshop for Callers and Teachers of Square & Round Dancing from Dec 1952 to Nov 1954
Box 71, Folder 3Miscellaneous: copy of the article "Square Dance Timing and Rhythm" by Charlie Thomas; a copy of a Round Table Discussions from the 1st annual Square Dance Callers', Leaders', Teachers Conference of 1954 and handwritten notes by Leslie M. Hunt about Methods of obtaining participation at a dance.
Box 71, Folder 4Call Book: Hand written pages of Calls for Square & Contra Dances
Box 71, Folder 5Several pages with a List of Contents of the Leslie M. Hunt Notebooks

Series 15: Dance Camp Syllabi

(8 Boxes)
Box 72
Box 72, Folder 1Bibliography for Folk Dance
Box 72, Folder 22nd Annual Christmas Festival Review, 1949
Box 72, Folder 33rd Annual Christmas Festival Review, 1950
Box 72, Folder 4Contra Institute, 1954
Box 72, Folder 5Contra Institute, 1959
Box 72, Folder 6Contra Weekend, Columbus Ohio, 1962, April 28-29
Box 72, Folder 7Contras and Squares for Ontario, 1959
Box 72, Folder 8Contra Syllabus, Seattle, 1981
Box 72, Folder 9Cornell University Folk Dancer’s Workshop, 1958
Box 72, Folder 10Dance, A Folk Art, School of Community Arts, 1959
Box 72, Folder 11Dance, A Folk Art, School of Community Arts, 1960
Box 72, Folder 12Dance, A Folk Art, School of Community Arts
Box 72, Folder 13Dance Bibliography: Methods and Materials in Physical Education, 1948
Box 72, Folder 14Dance Camp, n.p., n.d.
Box 72, Folder 15Dances Presented in Folk Dance Ballroom, 1956
Box 72, Folder 16Dixie Folk and Square Dance Institute, 1950
Box 72, Folder 17Dixie Folk and Square Dance Institute, 1951
Box 72, Folder 18Dixie Folk and Square Dance Institute, Advancing in Dancing
Box 72, Folder 19Dixie Folk and Square Dance Institute, Advancing in Dancing, 1953
Box 72, Folder 20Dixie Folk and Square Dance Institute, Advancing in Dancing, 1954
Box 73
Box 73, Folder 1Don Armstrong’s Square Dance Workbook
Box 73, Folder 2Don Armstrong’s Square Dance Workbook
Box 73, Folder 3Down East Recreation Lab, 1953
Box 73, Folder 4Eastern District Association AAHPER at Convention, 1947
Box 73, Folder 5Fall Folk dance Camp, Pittsburgh, 1972
Box 73, Folder 6Jane Farwell Recreation Workshop, No.2, 1954
Box 73, Folder 7Florida Dance Fellowship Camp, Labor Day, 1955
Box 73, Folder 8Florida Dance Fellowship Camp, Labor Day, 1956
Box 73, Folder 9Folk and Square Dance Workshop
Box 73, Folder 10Folk Dance Camps, Majatolla, 1949
Box 73, Folder 11Folk Dance Camp, Spring, 1956
Box 73, Folder 12Folk Dance Guide, No.1, Fontant, Watsonville Eve. School
Box 73, Folder 13Folk Dances of Japan
Box 73, Folder 14Dance periodicals from Japan
Box 73, Folder 15Folk Dance Syllabus, No.1, edited by Michael Herman
Box 73, Folder 16Institute of Contra, New England Squares and International Folk Dances, 1959
Box 73, Folder 17Jodels-Two and Three Part, Stowe Folk Festival, 1961
Box 73, Folder 18Jodels-Two and Three Part, Stowe Folk Festival, 1961
Box 73, Folder 19Maine Folk Dance Camp, 1950 (2 copies)
Box 73, Folder 20Maine Folk Dance Camp, June 1951
Box 73, Folder 21Maine Folk Dance Camp, Sept 1951
Box 73, Folder 22Maine Folk Dance Camp, Teaching Techniques Session, 1959
Box 73, Folder 23Maine Folk Dance Camp, Labor Day, 1981
Box 73, Folder 24Maine Folk Dance Camp, Session B, 1984
Box 74
Box 74, Folder 1May Folk Camp Review, 1948
Box 74, Folder 2Miami Valley Folk Dancers, 1960
Box 74, Folder 3Miami Valley Folk Dancers, Nov 1964
Box 74, Folder 4New England Squares and Contra Dances
Box 74, Folder 5New England Square and Folk Dance Camp
Box 74, Folder 6NH Dance Camp Fare
Box 74, Folder 7NH Dance Camp Notebook
Box 74, Folder 8NH Dance Camp Notebook, 1956
Box 74, Folder 9NH Dance Camp Notebook, 1956 (copy 2)
Box 74, Folder 10NH Dance Camp Notebook, Year-end Camp, 1957
Box 74, Folder 11NHFF Workshop Dance Notes, 1954
Box 74, Folder 12NHFF Workshop Notes, 1960
Box 74, Folder 13NH Folk Dance Camp, 1952
Box 74, Folder 14NH Folk Dance Camp, 1952 (copy 2)
Box 74, Folder 15NH Folk Dance Camp, 1956
Box 74, Folder 16Northeastern Square and Folk Dance Conference, Sept 1958
Box 74, Folder 17Northeastern Square and Folk Dance Conference, Leominster, MA
Box 74, Folder 18NE Square Dance Callers’, Leaders’, and Teachers’ Conference, 1954
Box 74, Folder 19Notes from Contra Workshop, 1954
Box 75
Box 75, Folder 1Northwest Folkdance Camp, 1966
Box 75, Folder 2Nova Scotia Dance Camp, Crystal Cliffs
Box 75, Folder 3Nova Scotia Dance Camp, Ked-ge Lodge, 1961
Box 75, Folder 4Ontario Folk Dance Camp, 1983
Box 75, Folder 5Outline of the Theories, Techniques [and] Demonstrated Materials Presented by Ted Sannella, 1954
Box 75, Folder 6RCA Victor Records of Folk Dances, Singing Games and Old-fashioned Dances
Box 75, Folder 7Syllabus for a Square Dance Institute by Rickey Holden, January 12-14, 1950
Box 75, Folder 8Rickey Holden Institute, Texas Squares, May 12-13, 1950
Box 75, Folder 9Syllabus for a Square Dance Institute by Rickey Holden, May 15-16, 1950
Box 75, Folder 10Rhythm and Dance Record Bibliography
Box 75, Folder 11Selected Folk Dances for Jr. and Sr. High Schools, 1948
Box 75, Folder 12Song and Dance Festival Handbook, University of Connecticut, 1946
Box 75, Folder 13Song and Dance Festival Handbook, University of Connecticut, 1947
Box 75, Folder 14Song and Dance Festival Handbook, University of Connecticut, 1948
Box 75, Folder 15Song and Dance Festival Handbook, University of Connecticut, 1948 (copy 2)
Box 75, Folder 16Square Dance Institute, January 11-12, 1952
Box 75, Folder 17Square Acres Dance’n Camp, 1955
Box 75, Folder 18Square Dance Festival Handbook, University of Connecticut, 1949
Box 75, Folder 19Square Dance Jamboree, Torrington, Connecticut, 1949
Box 75, Folder 20Square Facts, Chicago Area Callers Association
Box 75, Folder 21Texas Folk Dance Camp, 1954
Box 75, Folder 22University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1950 (pp.1-60)
Box 75, Folder 23University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1950 (pp.61-132)
Box 75, Folder 23University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1951
Box 75, Folder 23University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1952
Box 75, Folder 23University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1952 (miscellaneous)
Box 76
Box 76, Folder 1University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1952 (syllabus)
Box 76, Folder 2University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1953
Box 76, Folder 3University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1954 (miscellaneous)
Box 76, Folder 4University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1954 (Syllabus, pp.1-60)
Box 76, Folder 5University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1954 (Syllabus, pp.61-118)
Box 76, Folder 6University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1955 (Miscellaneous)
Box 76, Folder 7University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1955 (Syllabus)
Box 76, Folder 8University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1956 (Syllabus)
Box 76, Folder 9University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1956 (Syllabus, copy 2)
Box 76, Folder 10University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1956 (Miscellaneous)
Box 76, Folder 11University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1957 (Miscellaneous)
Box 76, Folder 12University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1957 (Syllabus, pp.1-70)
Box 76, Folder 13University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1957 (Syllabus, pp. 71-141)
Box 76, Folder 14University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1958 (Miscellaneous)
Box 77
Box 77, Folder 1University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1958 (Syllabus, pp.1-40)
Box 77, Folder 2University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1958 (Syllabus, pp.41-108)
Box 77, Folder 3University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1959 (miscellaneous)
Box 77, Folder 4University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1959 (Syllabus, pp.1-40)
Box 77, Folder 5University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1959 (Syllabus, pp.41-111)
Box 77, Folder 6University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1960 (Miscellaneous)
Box 77, Folder 7University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1960 (Syllabus)
Box 77, Folder 8University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1961 (Miscellaneous)
Box 77, Folder 9University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1961 (Syllabus)
Box 77, Folder 10University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1962 (Miscellaneous)
Box 77, Folder 11University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1962 (Syllabus)
Box 77, Folder 12University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1965
Box 78
Box 78, Folder 1University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1966
Box 78, Folder 2University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1980 (Miscellaneous)
Box 78, Folder 3University of the Pacific Folk Dance Camp, 1980 (Syllabus)
Box 78, Folder 4White Elephant Dance Camp
Box 78, Folder 5Windsor Dance Camp, 1960
Box 79
Box 79, Folder 1Dixie Folk and Square Dance Institute, Don Armstrong Supplement
Box 79, Folder 2Northeastern Square and Folk Dance Callers’, Leaders’ and Teachers’ Conference, 1955 (Miscellaneous)
Box 79, Folder 3Northeastern Square and Folk Dance Callers’, Leaders’ and Teachers’ Conference, 1955 (Syllabus)
Box 79, Folder 4Northeastern Square and Folk Dance Callers’, Leaders’ and Teachers’ Conference, 1956

Series 16: Photographs

(1 Box)

Subseries A: Including Ralph Page

Box 80
Box 80, Folder 11940: Ralph Page at mike, Albert Quigley on fiddle. 2 copies and a negative
Box 80, Folder 21943: Ralph Page dancing with Jackie Waldron, YWCA, Boston [negative available]
Box 80, Folder 31946: Ralph Page at mike at YMCA, Boston
Box 80, Folder 41947: Ralph Page, Arthur Tufts, and Gene Gowing in conversation (with negative)
Box 80, Folder 51949: Morris Dancing in the barn at the Bell Estate in Peterboro, NH; includes Ralph Page and Gene Gowing; Musicians: Russ Allen, John Twombly, Tony Selenski
Box 80, Folder 61949: Morris Dancing in the barn at the Bell Estate in Peterboro, NH; includes Ralph Page and Gene Gowing; Musicians: Russ Allen, John Twombly, Tony Selenski (different shot)
Box 80, Folder 71949: Morris Dancing in the barn at the Bell Estate in Peterboro, NH; includes Ralph Page and Gene Gowing; Musicians: Russ Allen, John Twombly, Tony Selenski (different shot)
Box 80, Folder 8July 1950: Ralph Page, Fred Collette, and Mary Collette at the Georgia Military Academy
Box 80, Folder 9May 11, 1952: Photos from the Ralph Page Institute at Cleveland College, Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio, Sunday
  • Photo 1: Ralph Page at mike
  • Photo 2: Back stage view of Ralph Page calling a contra
  • Photo 3: Ed Wozniak at the mike during a boxing skit with Mite(y) Billy Foster and P(a)unchy Ralph Page
  • Photo 4: Billy Foster of Delaware, Ohio calling a square dance to live music, piano, fiddle and banjo
Box 80, Folder 10Spring 1956: Japan. Reception including Ralph Page, Nelda Drury, Jane Farwell, Mary Ann Herman, and Michael Herman
Box 80, Folder 11Aug 12, 1956: New Hampshire Folk Federation party at Pleasant Lake, NH, Ralph Page at mike
Box 80, Folder 12June 1959: Maine Folk Dance Camp
  • Photo 1: Ralph Page modeling nightgown at auction
  • Photo 2: Same. Page as auctioneer
Box 80, Folder 131968: Year End Camp, Ralph Page with Maxine Karsner and Marge Hunter
Box 80, Folder 141973: Aug - Maine Folk Dance Camp, Ralph Page with Kevin O’Donnell; Thanksgiving weekend - At Glenn Bannerman’s in Virginia
Box 80, Folder 15Aug 1974: Maine Folk Dance Camp
  • Photo 1: “Uncle Ralph’s Culture Corner”
  • Photo 2: Unidentified but probably same
Box 80, Folder 161975: Nov 30 - Ralph Page dancing with Claire Belyea; Dec - Ralph Page and unidentified family
Box 80, Folder 171975: Maine Folk Dance Camp, “Uncle Ralph’s Culture Corner,” Ralph Page with Vera O’Donnell; Nov - Fall Square Dance Weekend, East Hill Farm, Troy, N.H. Ralph Page with Duke Miller and Charlie Baldwin
Box 80, Folder 181976: Maine Folk Dance Camp, Ralph Page at smorgasbord
Box 80, Folder 19Mar 1978: NEFFA Dance, Concord, MA
  • Photo 1: Ralph Page with mike
  • Photo 2: Ralph Page with mike, Rod Miller on fiddle, Bob McQuillen on piano
  • Photo 3: Above three plus Cal Howard, Ed Koenig, and Allan MacIntire
  • Photo 4: All of the above plus Dick Neville and Jack Perron
Box 80, Folder 20Apr 12-13, 1978: New England Square and Round Dance Convention. Ralph Page receiving gift presented by Charlie Baldwin
Box 80, Folder 21Aug 1978: Maine Folk Dance Camp
  • Photo 1: Ralph Page conducting Maine Camp auction
  • Photo 2: Ralph Page modeling three-cup bra
  • Photo 3: Mary Ann Herman’s birthday party
Box 80, Folder 221980: Charlie Baldwin, Don Armstrong, Caroline and Jack Lasry, and Ralph Page receiving the Milestone Award from Callerlab in Miami, Florida
Box 80, Folder 23July 1981: Maine Folk Dance Camp
  • Photo 1: Ralph Page teaching dance
  • Photo 2: Ralph Page and unidentified woman
Box 80, Folder 24Apr 24, 1983: NEFFA, Natick High School, Natick, MA. Ralph Page and Bob McQuillen
Box 80, Folder 25Apr 1984: Page outside NEFFA at Natick High School, Natick, MA (2 copies)
Box 80, Folder 26Apr 14, 1984: 40th NEFFA, Natick, MA
  • Photo 1: Ralph Page at mike
  • Photo 2: Ralph Page receiving a silver cup, Mary Gillette
  • Photo 3: Ted Sannella at mike, Ralph Page and Mary Gillette behind him
Box 80, Folder 27Apr 1984: NEFFA, Natick High School, Natick, MA
  • Photo 1: Ralph Page
  • Photos 2 and 3: Ralph Page and Marianne Taylor
Box 80, Folder 28Undated: Page at mike
Box 80, Folder 29Undated: Group photo including Ralph Page, Don Armstrong, Ed Durlacher. 2 copies
Box 80, Folder 30Undated: Detail of previous photograph: Ralph Page and Don Armstrong sharing a joke (obviously a gift to Page, it has numerous signatures)
Box 80, Folder 31Undated: Group photo including Page, Al Brundage, Ed Durlacher, and Orville “Pop” Smith
Box 80, Folder 32Undated: Group photo of Page and his Orchestra (?)
Box 80, Folder 33Undated: Group photo taken in California [University of the Pacific in Stockton?] including Ace Smith, Madelaine Greene, Page, WTS (“Vyts”) Beliajus, and Jack McKay
Box 80, Folder 34Undated: Colorized photograph of the Ralph Page Orchestra: Bob McQuillen (accordion), Halton J. Richardson, Jnr. (better known as “Dick Junior”) (double bass), Ralph Page (caller), Russ Allen, Halton J. Richardson (better known as “Dick”) (fiddles), and John Trombley (piano)
Box 80, Folder 35-4232 black and white photographs of the Ralph Page Orchestra: Bob McQuillen (accordion), Halton J. Richardson, Jnr. (better known as “Dick Junior”) (double bass), Ralph Page (caller), Russ Allen, Halton J. Richardson (better known as “Dick”) (fiddles), and John Trombley (piano)
Box 80, Folder 43Undated: Page at mike at Thanksgiving dance
Box 80, Folder 44Undated: Group photo in Stockton, CA. Page and unidentified square dance band members
Box 80, Folder 45Undated: Page with flash camera in Washington, D.C. in front of the Capitol
Box 80, Folder 46Undated: Group “orchestra” photo including Ralph Page, Beth Best, Dick Best, Bob McQuillen, Walter Lob, Arthur Quinlan, John Ward, Ed Koenig, Hayden Swett, Cy Kano, Robin Bowditch, A.C.(“Wilkie”) Wilkinson, and Angela Taylor. Taken at YWCA, 140 Clarendon St., Boston MA
Box 80, Folder 47Undated: Page, June Hunter and unidentified man in Canada
Box 80, Folder 48Undated: Page at mike, Andre Arsenault in background, Canada
Box 80, Folder 49Undated: Fun and games at Maine Folk Dance Camp
  • Photo 1: Ralph Page and Mary Ann Herman
  • Photo 2: Ralph Page, Ted Mauntz and unidentified man
Box 80, Folder 50Undated: Page with flash camera
Box 80, Folder 51Undated (1984?): Page at mike, young musicians in background

Subseries B: Others

Box 80, Folder 52July 1932: Edward G. Rand, Warner, N.H. at Mt. Tom. Photo postcard.
Box 80, Folder 53Early 1940s: YWCA, Boston
  • Photo 1: Eight Hand Star. Dancers include Al Smith, Walter Lob, Angela Taylor, Francis Smith, Joel Ward, and Jackie Hession (negative available)
  • Photo 2: Dancers include Jackie Hession, Walter Lob, Betsey Carlin, Alan Smith, John Ward, and Kay Cummings. [1944. Group from YMCA Square Dance Class - see Oversize Box 2]
Box 80, Folder 541945: YMCA, Boston. Musicians include Walter Lob, Dick Best, and Will Ayer.
Box 80, Folder 55Mid-1940s: Portrait of Will Ayer (with vita in ink on facing page)
Box 80, Folder 561946: NEFFA at YMCA, Boston, various musicians (including Will Ayer)
Box 80, Folder 57Mar 1, 1948: Boston and Maine Railroad YMCA, Phenix Hall, Concord, N.H.
Box 80, Folder 581954: Country Dance Society, Boston, MA, Morris Dance – “Leapfrog”. 2 copies and a negative.
Box 80, Folder 591954: Tufts University, Boston
  • Photo 1: Gene Gowing calling a general dance
  • Photo 2: Scottish Set, most dancers identified
  • Photo 3: David Rosenberg leading general folk dancing, John Williams and partner demonstrating the dance
  • Photo 4: Couples dancing (w/ negative)
Box 80, Folder 601954: Roderick and Charlotte Thomson of Dedham, MA. playing the Highland bagpipes
Box 80, Folder 611959: Full orchestra, includes Beth McCullough, Ed Koenig, Arthur Quinlin, John Ward, Walter Lob, Sylvia Sawyer Miskoe, Joe Ryan, Bob McQuillen, Bob Gulyassis, Jack Sloanaker, George Fogg, Angela Taylor, and Irwin Davis
Box 80, Folder 62Aug 1960: Jean and Nibs [Matthews?] at Sidmouth Folk Festival, Sidmouth, England. “Just before a performance”
Box 80, Folder 631965: Masonic Hall in Keene, NH
Box 80, Folder 641983: The Orketts Old-Time Dance Orchestra, Community Hall, Brainbridge Township, Ohio on Sat. evening, July 23, 1983. Last dance after 42 years in the business.
Box 80, Folder 65Undated: Contra dancing on Saturday afternoon, photo includes Dick Osgood, Jim West, Fred Newcomb, and Janet Masse
Box 80, Folder 66Undated: New England Folk Festival at the YWCA building on November 15th. General dancing with the audience taking part [negative available]
Box 80, Folder 67Undated: Unidentified exhibition dance (Connecticut?)
  • Photo 1: Young dancers
  • Photo 2: Young and old dancers together
  • Photo 3: Dancers being presented
Box 80, Folder 68Undated: Unidentified exhibition square dancers (Connecticut?), 3 photos
Box 80, Folder 69Undated: Unidentified exhibition square dancers (Connecticut?), 3 photos
Box 80, Folder 70Undated: Unidentified square dancers at a Polish club dance, 3 photos
Box 80, Folder 71Undated: Group at Isle aux Coudres, a few miles from Quebec wearing summer costumes ca. 1850, Sunday best
Box 80, Folder 72Undated: 5 photos
  • Photo 1: Charlie Baldwin at microphone
  • Photo 2: Bob Brundage at microphone
  • Photo 3: Al Brundage at microphone
  • Photos 4 and 5: unidentified men at microphone
Box 80, Folder 73Undated: Fresno Frolickers
Box 80, Folder 74Undated: Unidentified group of men (one of whom is Bob Brundage – white shirt in center) at a dance, possibly dance callers
Box 80, Folder 75Undated: Unidentified couple in costume
Box 80, Folder 76Undated. Blackie Homan and his H-Bar-H Ranch Boys
Box 80, Folder 77Undated: Unidentified Kurdish(?) dancers (Postcard)
Box 80, Folder 78Sept 1930: Marlboro Hotel
Box 80, Folder 79May 11, 1952 (Sunday): “‘Mite(y)’ Foster on his way to the ring to meet “P(a)unchy” Page in a boxing skit at the Party Night during the Ralph Page Institute at Cleveland College, Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio.”
Box 80, Folder 801958: Miss Niskoko Fruruta, principal of Fruruta dancing institute demonstrating “spring dance.”
Box 80, Folder 811960: The Olsons
  • Photo 1: Season’s Greetings from Ray Olson and family in 1960, Barbara age 10, Ricky age 12, Karen age 17, and wife Helen
  • Photo 2: Ray Olson at microphone
Box 80, Folder 821960: Portrait of Greta Erin Helt
Box 80, Folder 831964: Season’s greetings from the Nunnemachers
Box 80, Folder 841964: Season’s greetings from Walter and Vera Meier
Box 80, Folder 85July 1965: Jean and Nibs -? at home
Box 80, Folder 861967: Portrait of “Aggie”
Box 80, Folder 871968: Ada Page and unidentified man, Year End Camp. Photo taken by Virginia Nill Jinks
Box 80, Folder 881969: Season’s greetings from the Nunnemachers
Box 80, Folder 891969: Season’s Greetings from the Philippinies from the Fajardos
Box 80, Folder 90Aug 1970: Bill and Lois Englhard, Folk Dance Picnic
Box 80, Folder 911973: Unidentified group at camp in Maine, photo by Sumiko Tanaka
Box 80, Folder 921975: Christmas Greetings from Harry and Eileen Cullum
Box 80, Folder 93Undated: Chief Big Smoke Page from Chief Wascurly Bob
Box 80, Folder 94Undated: Football team picture, includes Ralph’s son-in-law, Skip Wood-#27
Box 80, Folder 95Undated:
  • Photo 1: Bob Osgood and Bob Hagan
  • Photo 2: Christmas Card from Dorothy and Cy Kano
  • Photo 3: Seasons greetings from Gwynne and Joe Blundon
  • Photo 4: Unidentified accordion player
  • Photo 5: Unidentified feline
  • Photo 6: Unidentified group at party
  • Photo 7: Unidentified house
Box 80, Folder 96Undated: Slide of Rod Linnell
Box 80, Folder 97Undated: Unidentified whiskered man with a snifter
Box 80, Folder 98Undated: Holiday greetings from Stefany
Box 80, Folder 99Undated: Unidentified Japanese man pictured in rose garden in Mukoo ga Oya Park in Tokyo(?)
Box 80, Folder 100Undated: Marlboro Town Hall
Box 80, Folder 101Undated: “Toy Shop After Fire. Whitney Bros.” New Hampshire(?)

Series 17: Super 8mm Films

(1 Box)
Box 81
Box 81, Item 1Fresno, CA: Outdoor market and park
Box 81, Item 2Fresno, CA: Irrigation dam; house and pool
Box 81, Item 3Ojai, CA: Dance performances
Box 81, Item 4Ojai, CA: Festival performances – Russian, Mexican, Ukrainian
Box 81, Item 5Stockton, CA: College of the Pacific. Various dances, including Austrian Landler, Irish hand reel, etc.
Box 81, Item 6Stockton, CA: College of the Pacific
Box 81, Item 7Stockton, CA: College of the Pacific. People; some dances (Too dark to see). Black and white
Box 81, Item 8Stockton, CA: Buildings and people
Box 81, Item 9Stockton, CA: Dance steps – Indian, Mexican, Scandinavian
Box 81, Item 10Stockton, CA: Lawn party, dance sequences
Box 81, Item 11Stockton, CA: Watermelon feed, includes Jack McKay and Ralph Page
Box 81, Item 12Folk Festival in California: Alexandrovska Kohanochka (California-style)
Box 81, Item 13California Redwoods (possibly Wilder’s home in Ben Lomond)
Box 81, Item 14Maine Folk Dance Camp, decorations, costumes
Box 81, Item 15Maine Folk Dance Camp, includes Mary Herman, Dick Crum, Henry Lash, Connie Taylor, Andrea Czompo
Box 81, Item 16Maine Folk Dance Camp, picnic lunch, shuffleboard, lummy sticks
Box 81, Item 17Maine Folk Dance Camp, Luau, “Campaign”
Box 81, Item 18Maine Folk dance camp, picnic, smorgasbord (around 1960)
Box 81, Item 19Camp Merriewoods, NH: Horseplay on the dock, grove of kids at play
Box 81, Item 20Atlanta, NJ: Dancers in gym (film is very dark)
Box 81, Item 21Atlanta, NJ: Watermelon feed – people, cabin, chapel, state buildings, university. Black and white.
Box 81, Item 22New Mexico, Arizona
Box 81, Item 23Astoria, Oregon: waterfront views, mountains, logs
Box 81, Item 24Tacoma, Washington
Box 81, Item 25Location unknown: Folk Dance Camp – includes Japanese dancer, Michael Herman, Bob Brundage
Box 81, Item 26Location unknown: Festival, Polish dance and more
Box 81, Item 27Location unknown: Sept 1952 – ferries, bridge, desert scenes, town
Box 81, Item 28Location unknown: Flowers, trees, scenic views
Box 81, Item 29Location unknown: River, paddle-steamer
Box 81, Item 30Location unknown: Streams, snow-covered mountains, palm trees, flowers, outside stage
Box 81, Item 31Location unknown: Cartoon, Tinytoons, “Little Olympics”

Series 18: Miscellaneous Items

(1 Box)
Box 82
Contains 4 name tags, 1 pair of bloomers, and a block print of Page’s portrait

Series 19: Oversize Items

(4 Oversize Boxes)

Oversize Box 1 primarily contains dance calls and music manuscripts. All items in Oversize Box 4 were made by Ed Moody and found in the Melrose CDS/NEFFA office, donated by NEFFA.

Oversize Box 1
Oversize Box 1, Folder 1“The Downfall of Paris” – 1st and 2nd violin
Oversize Box 1, Folder 2“Duncan Galop”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 3“Ellen o’Summer (Ellen’s Reel)”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 4“‘G’ Waltz”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 5“Lancers Quadrille”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 6“Les Lancers Quadrille”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 7“Modern Squares”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 8“Old Quadrille”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 9Unidentified
Oversize Box 1, Folder 10“C’est a grand tort”; “Romney Reel”; “Darling Nellie Gray”; “Old Southern Schottische”; “Irish Washerwoman”; “Buffalo Boy Go Round the Outside”; “Fairchance Frolic”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 11“Kincorra Jig”; “Caddam Wood”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 12“Santa’s Hornpipe” -oompah; “Hornpipe”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 13“Down By a Weeping Willow”; “Young Albion”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 14“Otda” – Russian polka; “Retchenko” – Russian; “Lezginka” – Russian
Oversize Box 1, Folder 15“Shingle the Roof”; “The River Jig”; “Hannigan’s Hornpipe”; “Halifax Polka”; “The Shelburne Rotary Breakdown”; “The O.A.C. Breakdown”; “The Four Jacks”; “The BAIE (St. Anne’s Quadrille)”; “Snowflake Breakdown”; “Victor Roy’s Breakdown”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 16“Lady Walpole’s Reel (Bill’s Favorite)”; “Reel O’Stumpie” – Old Scotch; “Galloway Tam” – Old Scotch; “Hot Times in the Old Town”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 17“Fisher’s Hornpipe”; “College Hornpipe”; “Hull’s Victory”; “Money Musk”; “Star Spangled Banner”; “Hail Columbia”; “Columbia, Gem of the Ocean”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 18“Blackberry Quadrille”; “Vive L’Amour”; “St. Anne’s Reel”; “Honest John” – parts I & II
Oversize Box 1, Folder 19“Fasten the Wig on Her” – jig; “The Priest in His Boots” – jig; “My Pretty Fair Maid” – jig; “Shee Na La Quira” – jig; “St. Pierre Hornpipe”; “President Garfield’s Hornpipe”; “Bob’s Double Clog”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 20“Up Jumped the Devil”; “Cricket on the Hearth”; “Chinese Breakdown”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 21“Pay Me Up Eleven Pence”; “Cheat River”; “Down Yonder”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 22Notebook: “New England Country Dance Tunes”
Oversize Box 1, Folder 23Notebook: Various tunes
Oversize Box 1, Folder 24Seven drawn caricatures of Ralph Page
Oversize Box 2
Oversize Box 2, Folder 1Awards from Nova Scotia, 1952
Oversize Box 2, Folder 2Poster: “The Squares That Ralph Built”
Oversize Box 2, Folder 3Poster: “Opening of the Cheshire Railroad”
Oversize Box 2, Folder 4Poster: “Northumbrian and Scotch Bagpipes”
Oversize Box 2, Folder 5Poster: Monadnock Fall Foliage Festival, 1964
Oversize Box 2, Folder 6Program: National Folk Festival, 1943
Oversize Box 2, Folder 7Program: National Folk Festival, 1947
Oversize Box 2, Folder 8Poster: New England Folk Festival, 1953 (2 copies)
Oversize Box 2, Folder 9Poster: New England Folk Festival, 1965
Oversize Box 2, Folder 10Poster: “Happy New Year” by Huig Hofman, 1965
Oversize Box 2, Folder 11New Hampshire Fall Camp, Camp Merriewoode, Stoddard, N.H., Sept (1957 or 1958)
Oversize Box 2, Folder 12Group from YWCA Square Dance Class, Fall 1944
Oversize Box 3
Oversize Box 3, Item 1Painting on wood of Ralph Page with halo, 16×14″
Oversize Box 3, Item 2Envelope containing 5 books in Japanese
Oversize Box 3, Item 3Envelope containing 6 pamphlets in Japanese
Oversize Box 4
Oversize Box 4, Item 1Painted plate: “1966 / By Royal Command / The Rt. Hon. Ralph Page / calls a few in / Merrie Olde England”
Oversize Box 4, Item 2Painted platter: “To Pass Our / Traditions / and our / Rich Heritage / on to / Posterity”
Oversize Box 4, Item 3Framed drawing of Ralph Page in black ink on silver foil
Oversize Box 4, Item 4Shadow box illustration of Ralph Page, 11×15″
Oversize Box 4, Item 5Scrimshaw- Yankee Clipper Award