Now showing items 1-10 of 1916
"Put Me Off at Buffalo." The One and Only Buffalo Song. Comic Song and Refrain.
(M. Witmark & Sons, 51 West 28th Street, 1895)
The Opening March Two Step.
(Hollingshead & Stults, 111 No. Charles St., 1895)
Nuggets. [Medley of popular nineteenth-century tunes].
(Francis, Day & Hunter, 195 Oxford Street W., 1893)
A New Composition by the Originator and Only SUccessful Writer of Semi-Religious Songs. The Sermon Deacon Vandewater Preached. (Introducing "Jesus Lover of My Soul").
(W.B. Gray & Co., 16 West 27th Street, 1899)
Retribution, or, The Rooshter I Wore on Me Hat.
(J.R. Bell, 1893)
The Star and Stripes Forever! March.
(The John Church Company, 1897)
The Five Latest and Greatest Irish Character Songs. Policeman McGlue. [With additional text]
(The S. Brainard's Sons Co., 1894)
Poor Girl Didn't Know.
(Hitchcock's Music Stores, 385 Sixth Avenue, 1892)
County Fair Waltzes.
(Richard A. Saalfield, 41 Union Square, 1890)