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Remus Takes the Cake. Characteristic March and Two Step Dance. A Southern Melody.
(Willis Woodward & Co., 842-844 Broadway, 1896)
Sweetest Susan. The Latest Coon Hit.
(National Music Co., 215-221 Wabash Ave., 1896)
In Gay New York. 3d Annual Review. Jusqu La.
(T.B. Harms & Co., 18 East 22nd St., 1896)
A Festive Night. Lancers [Introducing numerous popular melodies, including, "We've Been Touching 'Em Up a Bit," "They're a Coming on Again," "What Will Your Answer Be?" etc.]
(Howard & Co., Music Publishers & Printers, 16 West 27th St., 1896)
Happy Little Coons. "Dance Characteristic" With Words Ad. Lib.
(Chas. Quinn, 502 Belden Ave., 1896)
Hot Tamale Alley.
(Spaulding & Gray, 16 W. 27th Street, 1896)
The New Sensation. All Coons Look Alike To Me. A Darkey Misunderstanding.
(M. Witmark & Sons, 49-51 West 28th St., 1896)
Vocal and Instrumental Selections From El Capitan. The New Comic Opera. A Typical Tune of Zanzibar. Song.
(The John Church Company, 1896)
I Want Dem Presents Back.
(M. Witmark & Sons, Supplement to The New York Journal and Advertiser, 1896)
I'll Make Dat Black Gal Mine. Coon Song.
(T.B. Harms & Co., 78 East 22nd St., 1896)