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Sing Me a Song With Social Significance.
(Mills Music, Inc., Music Publishers, 1619 Broadway, 1937)
Emma Dale. Arranged for the Piano Forte.
(Wm. T. Mayo, No.5 Camp Str., [n.d.])
Campbell's Melodies. Bella Rosa, Song and Chorus.
(William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway (cor. of Park Place), 1848)
The Coal Black Rose.
(G.E. Blake, No.13 South Fifth Street, [n.d.])
Music of the Christy Minstrels. Uncle Gabriel the Negro General.
(C. Holt, Jr., 156, Fulton St., 1848)
"My Ole Home in Alabam' Fo' De War."
(G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont St., 1876)
Time of My Life. Lancers. [on numerous popular melodies].
(Francis, Day & Hunter, 142 Charing Cross Road, 1912)
Work's Popular Songs & Ballads. No. 18. Uncle Joe's Hail Coulumbia. Song and Chorus.
(Root & Cady, 95 Clark St., 1863)
Old Joe's Dream.
Walkin' on de Rainbow Road. A Coon Contest as a March Two Step or Cake Walk.
(M.D. Swisher, 115 South 10th St., 1899)