Call Number (LC) Title Results
MUSICPOP 1904-K The saftest o' the family /
A bit o' blarney the song success of the year /
Down in Mobile : march characteristic /
Turkey in the straw : a rag-time fantasie /
I can't take my eyes off you.
Little Moozoo-May.
My gondolier queen, good night.
Flea song.
Where the mocking birds were singing.
Kate Kearney /
An ocean lullaby : romance /
My Indian maiden /
My Cherokee /
My little dearie /
Nola /
Rose dreams : valse pensive /
Riding in an auto car : march and two-step /
Ten thousand cattle straying : (Dead broke) /
My honey Lou /
I may be crazy, but I ain't no fool /
I love you all the time /
Jolly me along /
Kaaterina /
My black-eyed Sue /
Mignonette /
Piking the pike, or, Take a pike at the pike with me /
Reina /
The song of a butterfly /
Give my regards to Broadway /
Alexander, don't you love your baby no more? /
Billy /
A bit o' blarney : the song success of the year /
One little soldier man /
Life's a funny proposition after all.
Peculiar Julia : bolivar and chorus /
Just my style.
Abraham /
Dan, Dan, Dan-u-el /
Yankee doodle boy.
When my golden hair has turned to silver gray.
Roses at twilight /
She just suits me /
Tale of the turtle dove.
Dora /
Absinthe frappe.
Tears.
Woodland croon song.
Cordalia Malone.
Those songs my mother used to sing.
Mynie.
In Zanzibar : my little chimpanzee /
With you, dear! /
Mexico.
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MUSICPOP 1904-K Online A bit o' blarney the song success of the year /
Abraham
Dan, Dan, Dan-u-el
Dora
Turkey in the straw a rag-time fantasie /
Alexander, don't you love your baby no more?
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MUSICPOP 1904-SM Over the hills to sunlight town /
Requiem : [from] Underwoods : op. 15, no. 2 /
Serenity /
The time of May /
Moonlight : a serenade /
The gondolier : intermezzo /
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MUSICPOP 1904-SM Online Requiem [from] Underwoods : op. 15, no. 2 /
Serenity
Moonlight a serenade /
Over the hills to sunlight town
The gondolier intermezzo /
The time of May
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MUSICPOP 1904 Online Good bye my lady love
The preacher and the bear
Give my regards to Broadway
My dear old Colorado home
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MUSICPOP 1905 Song of April.
Southern lullaby.
Promise that you'll be true.
Sonoma.
Blow, blow thou winter wind.
Boat song.
Canada forever.
One called "mother" and the other "home sweet home"
Musket or the sword.
Why I love that picture so.
With you.
Where is my boy tonight?
My Jane, Jane, Jane.
To be loved by the girl you love.
Treat me nice.
Evening and morning.
Lights of home.
Love is a rose.
Girl on the automobile.
There is a green hill far away.
Our company march /
The black cat rag : march & two step /
Girl we all love best.
Down in the subway /
Dream on, my love.
That dear girl in Illinois.
Bonnie eyes of brown and blue.
I'll come back some day.
Among the hills of my old Colorado home.
You needn't think I'm a regular fool.
You're the image of the girl I used to love.
If a girl like you loved a boy like me /
Everybody works but father /
If the man in the moon were a coon /
My gal sal.
Moonlight : song : a serenade /
A picnic for two /
In the shade of the old apple tree /
Good-bye, "Dixie" dear /
A bowl of roses : song /
Carissima.
Dearie /
In dear old Georgia : song /
Silver heels.
My name is Morgan but it ain't J. P.
Mamma's boy.
Japanese maiden.
In my merry Oldsmobile : timely waltz song /
In the evening by the moonlight.
Whole dam family.
Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie /
Joy of man.
When you and I.
Would you care? /
You never spoke like that to me before.
American soldier.
Any old tree.
Caw-caw-caw.
Cherry blossom.
Christmas hymn.
God be merciful to me.
Goodbye sweetheart goodbye.
Babylon.
Bessie.
Colleen.
Comin' thro' the rye.
Courting by proxy.
Cry of Rachel.
Dewdrop and the rose.
Eyes of blue.
I love every girl in the wide, wide world.
I love the jocund dance.
I would like to be your pal.
Light.
Little brown hut in the lane.
Little fighting soldier man.
My dusky rose.
My lagan love.
My love Am'abel.
Our Easter hymn.
I'm a poor unhappy maid.
If I could read your heart.
Jack o'lantern girl.
Josie.
Just for fun.
Katy-did, the cricket and the frog.
Love's way.
King of the deep am I.
Lad who went to war.
Just beyond the vale of years.
Queen of my dreams.
Dreams.
Hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.
I caught you making eyes.
I could learn to love you.
It's good enough for me.
Mariar.
Mignonette.
Milo.
Moon and night.
Moon has his eyes on you.
Nobody.
Odes.
Soldier of old Japan.
Soldier's bride.
Somehow mother's different from the rest.
Southern song.
Spirit of mischief.
She is ma daisy.
When the moon shines bright.
When Angelina Johnson comes a-swingin' down de line.
Sweetest girl of all.
Take these flowers, old lady.
Tale of Tokio.
So long Mary.
There's a dark man comin' with a bundle.
Watchman! what of the night?
When I look into your eyes.
Little boy called Taps.
A song of sleep.
Prairies of Illinois.
O salutaris hostia.
My pretty Jap.
My Colorado home among the pines.
Sweet Josephine.
Teddy.
When summer waters clear, kiss roses dear.
Walula.
Doubt not, fond heart.
Baby's goodnight song.
Memories of the old farm home.
That Mr. Millionaire.
I do not know why I love you so.
Solitario.
In an autumn forest.
Old big nigger.
Vow on the battlefield.
My southern home.
Roses.
Since that summer time with you.
Harbor of home sweet home.
Sea is my sweetheart.
Come over on my veranda.
Nellie Dean.
Life of a rose.
Someone thinks of someone.
Thora.
Where the river Shannon flows.
Dearie.
Noon and night.
My heart's tonight in Tennessee.
Broncho belle.
I like the way you've acted since I've been gone.
I don't want to go away.
Montana's sunlit hills.
Nita.
Darktown barbacue [sic] /
In the golden autumn time : my sweet Elaine /
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MUSICPOP 1905-CP Sweet Irene / 1
MUSICPOP 1905-CP Online Sweet Irene 1
MUSICPOP 1905-D I don't know where I'm goin', but I'm on my way : a coon oddity /
Moonlight in Dixie : a southern characteristic piece introducing old plantation melodies /
Happy Heinie : a characteristic march-two step /
Chicken chowder : characteristic two-step /
Cheerful Charlie Jones : a Negro dance ; op. 216 /
Central, give me back my dime /
Jasper don't you hear me calling you /
A good cigar is a smoke : puff, puff, puff /
Get busy! : you look so good to me /
Peaches and cream /
Have you seen my Henry Brown? /
After the battle /
If tears were pearls = Wär'n Thränen Perl'n /
I like your way : song /
If I were on the stage : (Kiss me again) /
Down in the subway /
The day that you grew colder : a retrospective ballad /
Dreaming love of you /
Down where the silv'ry Mohawk flows /
He's me pal /
In Timbuctoo : a monkey ditty /
Cheyenne : (Shy Ann) : song /
I live in lazyland /
I don't care : song /
Friends that are good and true /
The Mormon coon /
Paddle your own canoe : a darkey ditty /
Pals, good old pals /
Keep a little cosy corner in your heart for me /
Nobody has more trouble than me /
Spoon time /
Upon the trolley line /
Fly away birdie to heaven /
If a girl like you loved a boy like me /
If you don't like your job, quit! /
Good bye eyes of blue : popular march song /
Hearts /
Goodbye sweetheart goodbye /
Everybody works but father /
If the man in the moon were a coon /
I'm getting sleepy /
The girl on the automobile /
Dixie dear : a Southerner's plaintive cry to his lady love /
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MUSICPOP 1905-D Online Get busy! you look so good to me /
Happy Heinie a characteristic march-two step /
Have you seen my Henry Brown?
Cheerful Charlie Jones a Negro dance ; op. 216 /
Chicken chowder characteristic two-step /
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MUSICPOP 1905-H Policy king : a popular two step /
Chicken chowder : characteristic two-step /
Plantation dreams : ideal two-step /
Calico rag /
Cannon ball : characteristic two-step /
A catchy thing : characteristic march & two-step /
Chicken on the fence : two-step intermezzo rag-time /
Chuckles : two step /
Cinders : a novelty two step /
Florida rag /
Freckles : march and two step /
Old folks at home. My old Kentucky home : (rag-time arrangement) /
Maud : two-step /
The mascot : march two-step /
Musical zigzags rag /
No-ze : march-two-step : as played nightly on Steamer Island Queen /
A ragtime joke : march-two step /
Sassafras rag /
Splivin's Corners : a barnyard medley march /
The trifler : two step /
Sympathetic Jasper : a rag /
Peek-a-boo rag /
Opera rags : characteristic march-two step /
The Vienna rag : cake walk a la Strauss /
Jungle time : a genuine rag /
Baltimore buck : ragtime two step /
Aunt Jane : intermezzo two-step /
Blue ribbon rag /
Peaches and cream /
Dimples : characteristic march : (two step) /
Gallery gods delight : a rag time two-step /
Hoosier rag : two step /
A black bawl : a slow drag /
The black cat rag : march & two step /
Back to life : rag time march & two step /
Virginia : march & two step /
The wise gazabo : two step /
The giggler : march-two-step /
On the Portland Trail : the immediate waltz song hit /
Dear old 'Frisco /
In my home among the Rockies far away /
Lewis and Clark Exposition waltzes : (Papinta waltzes) /
The girl I loved out in the golden West /
The Portland exposish /
Lazy Luke /
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MUSICPOP 1905-H Online Blue ribbon rag
Baltimore buck ragtime two step /
Cannon ball characteristic two-step /
Chuckles two step /
Freckles march and two step /
The black cat rag march & two step /
Calico rag
Gallery gods delight a rag time two-step /
Lewis and Clark Exposition waltzes (Papinta waltzes) /
The Portland exposish
The giggler march-two-step /
Chicken on the fence two-step intermezzo rag-time /
A catchy thing characteristic march & two-step /
Dimples characteristic march : (two step) /
Cinders a novelty two step /
In my home among the Rockies far away
Dear old 'Frisco
On the Portland Trail the immediate waltz song hit /
Aunt Jane intermezzo two-step /
Florida rag /
The trifler two step /
Back to life rag time march & two step /
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MUSICPOP 1905-I Alone : song for medium voice /
Ba low : slumber song for medium voice /
Where the silv'ry Colorado wends its way /
Kabeyun = West wind : march-two step /
Maude Fealy : two-step /
Canebrake harvest dance /
The Abyssinian patrol : march /
In the cottonfield /
Parson Johnson's rag-time mule : a characteristic two-step, march or cake walk /
The girl you love : song /
When my sweetheart Mary whispered "yes" /
Western girl : two-step and march /
Lorador : a reverie /
Back among the clover and the bees /
Lullaby at the cabin door /
Here's to Colorado /
In Colorado where the wild flowers grow /
Flowers of the past : song for medium voice /
The girl I loved out in the golden West /
My own sweetheart /
U of C /
Colorado memories.
Rough rider, or where the Larmie River flow.
Just a little spray of columbine /
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MUSICPOP-1905-I Dainty Flo from Idaho / 1
MUSICPOP 1905-I Online The girl you love song /
In Colorado where the wild flowers grow
In the cottonfield
Just a little spray of columbine
Kabeyun = West wind march-two step /
Lullaby at the cabin door
Maude Fealy two-step /
My own sweetheart
Parson Johnson's rag-time mule a characteristic two-step, march or cake walk /
Outside the walls of Vassar song /
On the banks of Lac Qui Parle song /
When my sweetheart Mary whispered "yes"
The Abyssinian patrol march /
Alone song for medium voice /
Ba low slumber song for medium voice /
Back among the clover and the bees
The beautiful city sacred solo /
Canebrake harvest dance
U of C
Western girl two-step and march /
Where the silv'ry Colorado wends its way
Lorador a reverie /
Little coon lullaby
The girl I loved out in the golden West
Flowers of the past song for medium voice /
Here's to Colorado
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MUSICPOP-1905-I Online Dainty Flo from Idaho 1
MUSICPOP 1905-K Feather queen : an Indian song /
I'm on my way to Dublin bay.
Happy Heinie : a characteristic march-two step /
I'm a' looking for my ten, or I don't want to see Caesar /
Jungle time : a genuine rag /
Yankee grit : march & two step /
The dear old farm /
Bobby /
When the evening breeze is sighing.
Time, the place, and the girl.
Everyone is in slumberland but you and me.
A flower from home sweet home /
I want somebody to love /
In the cold gray dawn /
Mandy, you and me! /
The leader of the German band /
Lulu : Lulu Lulu Loo /
It's the beer : it makes you feel queer /
I long to see you once again /
In the shade of the old apple tree /
Julie, my jewel /
It's only me /
I don't want to be a sailor /
Lulu and Leander /
In a hammock that just holds two /
Mazie /
On the banks of the Rhine with a stein /
Paddle your own canoe : a darkey ditty /
Boni : (Bonnie) /
Ada /
Angel face /
Jealous /
You look awful good to father /
My gal Sal, or, They called her frivolous Sal /
In Timbuctoo : a monkey ditty /
Fly away birdie to heaven /
Good bye, sweetheart, good bye /
Farewell! so long! good-bye! /
Dear old hills of California /
Friends that are good and true /
If the man in the moon were a coon /
Then you'll remember me : from The Bohemian girl /
Moonlight : song : a serenade /
My mama's waiting there /
Pal of mine /
Only a message from home sweet home /
Myra /
Priscilla : colonial intermezzo /
Dear starry eyes, good-night /
Dolly O'Mally /
Chloroform /
Brother masons /
Cupid is the captain of the army /
A soldier's dream /
Somebody's sweetheart I want to be /
Bis früh um fünfe : Marschduett aus gleichnamigen Schwank /
Nimm mich mit! : polka /
In dear old Georgia : song /
For Uncle Sam and the old red white and blue /
Milo.
I wonder if you know my heart is breaking /
So long Mary.
Don't argify /
Sleep and forget.
I'll be waiting in the gloaming, sweet Genevieve.
In that ivy covered cottage down the lane.
Plain little soldier man /
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MUSICPOP 1905-K Online Jungle time a genuine rag /
Dear old hills of California
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MUSICPOP 1905-SM I'll be home on Christmas eve /
I don't know where I'm goin', but I'm on my way : a coon oddity /
Why don't you try, or, The rolling chair song /
Happy Heinie : a characteristic march-two step /
The beautiful land of Bon Bon /
The belles of Dixie : characteristic march /
Daddy's little girl /
The matador : intermezzo-two step march /
Cherry : intermezzo gentile /
A picnic for two /
Would you care? /
In the golden autumn time : my sweet Elaine /
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MUSICPOP 1905-SM Online The belles of Dixie characteristic march /
I'll be home on Christmas eve
I don't know where I'm goin', but I'm on my way a coon oddity /
In the golden autumn time my sweet Elaine /
Why don't you try, or, The rolling chair song
Daddy's little girl
Happy Heinie a characteristic march-two step /
The beautiful land of Bon Bon
Cherry intermezzo gentile /
The matador intermezzo-two step march /
A picnic for two
Would you care?
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