Now showing items 1-10 of 1885
"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 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)
Vocal Selections From The Singing Girl. A Comic Opera in 3 Acts. Song of the Danube.
(M. Witmark & Sons, 1899)