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Poor Girl Didn't Know.
(Hitchcock's Music Stores, 385 Sixth Avenue, 1892)
Harrison's 1892 Campaign March.
(K. Dehnhoff, 44 West Twenty-Ninth St. Between Broadway and 6th Ave., 1892)
The Popular Song. The Old Rocking Chair (That Stand's in the Attic).
(E.E. Newell, 1892)
Keep a Place at the Table for Jack. The Worthy Successor of "The Picture That is Turned Toward the Wall."
(M. Witmark & Sons, 839 & 841 Broadway, 1892)
Loved at Last. Song for Contralto. [English and German]
(John F. Ellis & Co., No. 937 Pennsylvania Ave., 1892)
Majestsic Polonaise. [description of dance on inside front cocver].
(Lyon & Healy, 1892)
8000 Copies Sold First Day of Issue. Ev'rybody Takes Off the Hat To Me. Comic Song.
(Wm. Rohlfing & Son, 1892)
(Francis, Day & Hunter, 1 & 3 Union Square, 1892)
Harrison's Triumphant March.
(White, Smith Music Pub. Co., 1892)
The International Hit of Today. Harry Kennedy's Great Song and Chorus, Molly and I and the Baby.
(Harding's Music House, 1892)