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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)
Peace. National Hymn in Form of a March. Also includes poem "Let the Flag be Draped in Mourning."
(Scharfenberg & Luis, 758 Broadway, 1865)
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)
Richmond is Ours!
(Horace Waters, 481 Broadway, 1865)
Work's Popular Songs & Ballads. No. 18. Uncle Joe's Hail Coulumbia. Song and Chorus.
(Root & Cady, 95 Clark St., 1863)
Then I'll Come Back To You. Novelty Song.
(M. Witmark & Sons, 1917)
Our Soldiers Return.
(Lyon & Healy, Cor. Clark & Washgton Sts., 1865)