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Their Hearts Are Over Here. [Music for "Cheer Up Father, Cheer Up Mother," "What Ar You Going to Do to Help the Boys?" and "Your Lips are No Man's Land But Mine" included].
(herald and Examiner, Sunday, June 16, 1918)
(Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., Music Publishers, 224 West 47th St., 1917)
The Mid-Watch. A Favorite Sea Song.
(G.E. Blake, No. 13 South 5th Street, [n.d.])
Just Like a Butterfly (That's Caught in the Rain). Song.
(Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1927)
Jenny Lind Music. I've Left the Snow-Clad Hills.
(Oliver Ditson, 277 Washington St., [n.d.])
Russell's Celebrity Edition. J.B. Mason. No. 3. Lament of the Creole Lover.
(G.D. Russell, 126 Tremont St., [n.d.])
Popular Compositions by Fred Ter Linden. Sunny Land Beyond the Sea.
(E.H. Harding, 288 Bowery, 1876)
On the Road to Home Sweet Home.
Dearest Spot of Earth to Me is Home.
I Want to be in Dixie.
(Ted Snyder Co., 112 West 38th St., 1912)