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Tom Costello's Latest Creation. The Sheeny Coon.
(Francis, Day & Hunter, 142 Charing Cross Road (Oxford Street End), 1898)
Buster Brown. Barn Dance.
(W.H. Broome, 15 Holborn, E.C., 1898)
Greater America Waltzes.
(F.A. Mills, Music Publisher, 45 West 29th Street, 1898)
I Guess I'll Have to Telegraph My Baby. Coon Song.
(George L. Spaulding, 29 E. 28th St., 1898)
There's Only One and Dat Ain't You. A Colored Misunderstanding.
(Langhorne Music Co., 1898)
The Coons Jubilee. March Two-Step.
(Vandersloot Music Co., 1898)
I Love Ma Honey Best of All.
Why Don't You Get a Lady of Your Own. The Swell Coon Laughing Success.
(Jos. W. Stern & Co., 34 East 21st St., 1898)
When the Parson Makes Miss Mandy Johnson Mine.
(Musical Supplement of The San Francisco Examiner, Sept. 18, 1898)
George I Can't Meet You. A Burlesque.
(J.W. Pepper, Eighth and Locust Sts., 1898)