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Willie From the War is Coming, or The Soldiers Welcome Home.
(John Church, Jr., 66 West 4th St, 1865)
Peace. National Hymn in Form of a March. Also includes poem "Let the Flag be Draped in Mourning."
(Scharfenberg & Luis, 758 Broadway, 1865)
Jim, Jim, I Always Knew You'd Win.
(Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., 222 W. 46th St., 1918)
Roses of Lorraine. Song.
(Daniels & Wilson, Inc., 1918)
Rejoice, Our Boys are Coming Home. Song & Chorus.
(H.M. Higgins, 117 Randolph St., 1865)
My Boy Who Stayed In France.
(A.W. Perry's Sons, 1920)
Richmond Falls, The War is Over. Song and Chorus.
(J. Marsh, 1029 Chestnut St., 1865)
The War Will Soon Be Over, John! Song and Chorus.
(D.P. Faulds, No. 223 Main Street, between 2d and 3d, 1863)
My Jamie's on the Battle Field. (Scotch Ballad).
(Horace Waters, 481 Broadway, 1864)
Oh! What a Time for the Girlies (When the Boys come Marching Home).
(Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., Strand Theatre Bldg., Broadway at 47th St., 1918)