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Riding in the Heavenly Row-Boat. Ethiopian Song.
(Spaulding & Gray, 16 W. 27th Street, 1894)
Whistling Rufus. A Characteristic March, Which Can Be Used Effectively as a Two-Step, Polka or Cake-Walk.
(F.A. Mills, 45 West 29th Street, 1899)
The Jolly Coon.
(The S. Brainard's Sons Co., 20 E. 17th St., 1899)
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)
Remus Takes the Cake. Characteristic March and Two Step Dance. A Southern Melody.
(Willis Woodward & Co., 842-844 Broadway, 1896)
Tom Costello's Latest Creation. The Sheeny Coon.
(Francis, Day & Hunter, 142 Charing Cross Road (Oxford Street End), 1898)
Mammy's Little Alligator Bait.
(Chas. K. Harris, Alhambra Theatre Building, 1899)
The Tar-Heeler's Dream. Characteristic March and Two Step.
(I. Son Cohen, 1899)
Melissy. A Melody of Darktown Admiration.
(Supplement to the San Francisco Examiner, Dec. 26, 1897)