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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)
The Five Latest and Greatest Irish Character Songs. Policeman McGlue. [With additional text]
(The S. Brainard's Sons Co., 1894)
Nightingale Song from the Tyrolean.
(Wm. A. Pond & Co., 25 Union Square, 1891)
A Dream of My Boyhood's Days. Song and Chorus.
(Howley, Haviland & Co., 4 East 20th Street, 1896)
My Coal Black Lady. Symphony de Ethiopia.
(M. Witmark & Sons, 1896)
Two Little Babies. Lullaby.
(M. Witmark & Sons, 51 West 28th Street, 1894)
My Mary Dear.
(Olympia Music Co., 259 Wabash Ave., 1898. Musical Supplement of The New York Journal and Advertiser, Nov. 6, 1898)
My Hannah Lady, Whose Black Baby is You? Latest "Hit" by the Author of Oh! Ebenezer!
(Jos. W. Stern & Co., 34 East 21st St., 1899)
The Beautiful Ballad, Say "Au Revoir," But Not "Good-Bye." A Song for the Parlor--for the Concert-or the Minstrel.
(Kennedy Publishing House, 288 State Street, 1893)
Bye Bye Belinda. A Darktown Triumph.
(M. Witmark & Sons, 1897)