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Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Charleston Gals.
(Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St., 1844)
Campbell's Melodies. Susan Dear.
(Wm. Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, Cor. of Park Place, 1848)
Missus Johnson's Rent Rag Ball. The First and Only Original Rag Song Ever Written.
(National Music Co., 67 Fifth Ave., 1897)
Ethiopian Melodies of White's Serenaders. Rosa's Wedding Day.
(Firth, Pond & Co., No.1 Franklin Square, 1849)
I Cert'nly Was a Very Busy Man (A Coon Rhapsody).
(Hurtig & Seamon, 45 West 29th St., 1899)
The Cubanola Glide.
(Harry Von Tilzer, Music Publishing Co., 125 W. 43rd St., 1909)
Music of the Christy Minstrels. Way Down South in Alabama.
(C. Holt, Jr., 156, Fulton St., 1848)
My Ann Elizer, The Rag-Time Girl.
(Myll Bros., 43 West 28th St., 1898)
Ma Gal's de Town Talk.
(Musical Supplement of the Sunday Examiner, [n.d.])
Christy's Melodies. My Lovely Virginia Gal.
(Jaques and Brother, 385 Broadway, 1847)