Now showing items 201-210 of 223
Why Don't You Spend Something Else Besides the Evening.
(J.T. Branen Co. Music Publishers, Grand Opera House, 1906)
Blanche Ring's Big Hit Dixie Dan.
(Shapiro Music Publisher, Cor. Broadway & Thirty Ninth Street, 1907)
They Start the Victrola (And Go Dancing Around the Floor).
(Maurice Abrahams, 1570 Broadway, 1914)
Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay. Song.
(Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1917)
When Uncle Joe Plays a Rag on His Old Banjo.
(Theodore Morse Music Co., 1367-9 Broadway, 1912)
Returned. A Negro Ballad.
(Will Marion Cook, 1902)
The Darktown Strutters' Ball.
(Will Rossiter, The Chicago Publisher, 71 W. Randolph St., 1917)
Oh! Eliza, Save a Little For Me.
(Francis, Day and Hunter, 1906)
Wild Cherries. That Cooney Spooney Rag.
(Ted Snyder Co., 112 West 38th St., 1909)
Let It Alone.
(The Gotham-Attucks Music Company, Inc., "The House of Melody," 42 W. 28th St., 1906)