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Corporal Schnapps. Song and Chorus.
(Root & Cady, 95 Clark St., 1864)
We're Bound To Win With Boys Like You.
(Kendis-Brockman Music Co., Inc., 145 West 45th St., 1918)
When the Boys Go Marching By.
(Doty & Brill, 43 West 28th St., 1901)
We're Going Over The Top (We'll Be Marching Thro Berlin in the Morning).
(Joe Morris Music Co., 145 W. 45th St., 1918)
I'm With You Once Again. A Popular Song.
(Oliver Ditson & Co., 135 Washington St., 1843)
Only a Soldier. Song for Mezzo Voice.
(Fillmore Bros., 119 W. Sixh St., 1898)
Southern Songs of the War. The Southern Girl, or, The Homespun Dress.
(Blackmar & Co., 167 Canal Street, 1865)
When Johnny Comes Marching Home. Song & Chorus.
(Joseph Williams, 123 Cheapside, [n.d.])
He Draws No Color Line (When the Good Lord Makes a Record of a Hero's Deed).
(M. Witmark & Sons, 1918)
Jack Norworth's Great Trench Song and Two New War Choruses by Enrico Caruso and John Philip Sousa. The Further it is From Tipperary.
(Hearld Examiner, Sunday, June 23, 1918)