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Manila Bay. Latest War Song. Great Hit.
(Chas. F. Alsop, 1315 Somerset St., 1898)
For Old Glory.
(Supplement to the Sunday Examiner, May 8, 1898)
Cervera and His Flying Squadron. Solo and Chorus.
(Fillmore Bros., 119 W. Sixth St., 1898)
The Heroes Who Sank With the Maine.
(Sol Bloom, 241 Wabash Ave., Suite 11, Rooms A,B,C,D, and E, 1898)
The Cuban Hero.
(Robert F. Parks, 1737 So. 13th St., 1896)
My Father was a Sailor on the Maine. [also includes text for "Remember the Maine," to be sung to the air of "Columbia Gem of the Ocean"].
(Kansas City Talking Machine Co., 1898)
Come Home Dewey. We Won't Do a Thing To You.
(Howley, Haviland & Co., 1899)
The Blue and Gray Together.
(The John Church Co., 1898)
Marching Through Cuba! Patriotic Song and Chorus. The Boston Sunday Post's War Song.
(Fairchild Music Co. Publishers, 1898)
Cuba Shall Be Free.
(F.A. Werth, May, 1898)