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There'll Be A Hot-time.
(Dixon-Lane Pub. Co., 1918)
Willie From the War is Coming, or The Soldiers Welcome Home.
(John Church, Jr., 66 West 4th St, 1865)
I See Them on Their Winding Way.
(Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin Sqr., [n.d.])
Peace. National Hymn in Form of a March. Also includes poem "Let the Flag be Draped in Mourning."
(Scharfenberg & Luis, 758 Broadway, 1865)
Song Sheet The Banner of the Free.
(Charles Magnus, No. 12 Frankfort Street, [n.d.])
The Storming and Capture of Fort Donelson. A Military Divertimento.
(Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St., [n.d.])
Mother is the Battle Over, or, Will My Father Come Again? Song with Chorus. Correct Edition.
(Balmer & Weber, 56 Fourth St., 1863)
We're Freemen Now.
(J.T. Bowers, Concert Hall Bldg., Bush St., above Montgomery, 1865)
(A.W. Perry's sons, Music Publishers, 1919)
Jim, Jim, I Always Knew You'd Win.
(Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., 222 W. 46th St., 1918)