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Latest Sentimental, Comic & Negro Songs By The Popular Thomas E. Powers. Silver Bells Are Ringing, Away Up in De Sky.
(Mrs. Pauline Lieder, 60 Chatham St., 1879)
I Guess I'll Have to Telegraph My Baby. Coon Song.
(George L. Spaulding, 29 E. 28th St., 1898)
The Celebrated Negro Melodies. Stop Dat Knocking. A Duett Sung by one in imitation of two rival niggers Gumbo & Sambo.
(Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row, 1843)
Caught in the Rain.
(Harms, Inc., 1929)
Farewell, My Lovely.
(Chappell & Co., Inc., RKO Building, Rockefeller Center, 1935)
Carter's Melodies. Alabama Joe.
(Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St., 1844)
Music of the Original Christy Minstrels, The Oldest Established Band in the United States. Oh! Susanna.
(C. Holt Jr., 156 Fulton St., 1848)
The Ratcatchers Daughter.
(Davidson, 19 Peter's HIll, Doctors' Commons, [n.d.])
Mah Honey Love. (Morton).
(M. Witmark & Sons, 1910)
Get Your Lamps Lit! The Hit of the Season!
(Theo. A. Metz, 1895)