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Remus Takes the Cake. Characteristic March and Two Step Dance. A Southern Melody.
(Willis Woodward & Co., 842-844 Broadway, 1896)
Brush By Nigger, Brush By.
(National Music Co., 1891)
The Sunny Side of Thompson Street. Song.
(Wm. A. Pond & Co., 25 Union Square, (Broadway, bet. 15th and 16th Sts.), 1893)
(E.T. Paull Music Co., 44 West 29th St, 1899)
Sweetest Susan. The Latest Coon Hit.
(National Music Co., 215-221 Wabash Ave., 1896)
Ambolena Snow. An Afro-American Military Ballad.
(The S. Brainard's Sons Co., 1891. Supplement to the San Francisco Examiner Sunday, Dec. 5, 1897)
"Put Me Off at Buffalo." The One and Only Buffalo Song. Comic Song and Refrain.
(M. Witmark & Sons, 51 West 28th Street, 1895)
Johannah Is Your Heart Still True?
(S. Brainard's Sons Co., 1895)
I Don't Like No Cheap Man
(Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St., 1897)
Phoebe Thompson's Cake Walk. March and Two-Step. A Red Hot Rag Time Hit.
(Edw. M. Koninsky & Bros., 1180 Broadway, 1899)