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I'm the Man That Wrote "After the Ball."
(Will Rossiter, 56 Fifth Ave., 1893)
I'd Leave Ma Happy Home For You. The Funniest in Years. The Great "Oo, Oo, Oo" Song.
(Shapiro, Bernstein, & Von Tilzer, 45 West 28th St., 1899)
Old Dan Emmit's Original Banjo Melodies Never Before Published. Second Series. Corn Field Green. A Parody on "A Summers Day."
(Keith's Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St., 1844)
Hymn of the Freedman.
(Pub. by the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments, 1210, Chestnut St., 1864)
Music of the Great Southern Original Sable Harmonists, The Best Band of Singers in the United States.
(Millets Music Saloon, 329 Broadway, 1848)
Nothin' From Nothin' Leaves You.
(F.A. Mills, 48 West 29th St., 1905)
Folks That Put on Airs.
(Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St., 1858)
Delehanty and Hengler. Original Sons & Dances. No.7. Little Bunch of Roses.
(G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont St., 1872)
She's a 'Spectable Married Colored Lady. A Coon Declaration.
(Howley, Haviland & Co., 1260-1266 Broadway, 1898)
The Minstrel Parade.
(Irving Berlin, Inc., No.1571 B'Way, 1914)