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Their Hearts Are Over Here. [Music for "Cheer Up Father, Cheer Up Mother," "What Ar You Going to Do to Help the Boys?" and "Your Lips are No Man's Land But Mine" included].
(herald and Examiner, Sunday, June 16, 1918)
I Love Everyone in the Wide, Wide, World.
(F.A. Mills, 48 West 29th St., 1901)
The Original Woodthrush. Song Without Words. [marginal note Copied by Rossini and introduced in the Opera William Tell].
(W.G. Metzerott, Music Depot, [n.d.])
The Rainbow Schottisch.
(Firth, Pond & Co., 1 Franklin Sq., 1852)
DAnce of the Golden Rods. Schottische for Piano.
(Will Wood, 17 West 28th St., 1908)
General James A. Garfield's Grand March.
(S. Brainard's Sons, 1880)
The Dying Christian.
(G.E. Blake, No.13 South 5th Street, [n.d.])
Vanderbilt University March.
(H.A. French, 237 North Summer St., 1895)
Bem, Ban, Boum. Polka.
(A. Fiot, 196 Chesnut St., 1849)