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Dance Crazes (Large Format)

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  1. BALLIN' THE JACK. Chris Smith & James Reese Europe (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 7823-3. New York: 1914. 3 pp. Cover photo: Donald Bryan.
  2. THE BIG APPLE. Buddy Bernier (w) -- Bob Emmerich (m). Crawford Music Corp., New York: 1937. 5 pp. Cover photo: Tommy Dorsey.
  3. LA BRULANTE. Jesse M. Winne (m). G. Ricordi & Co., 114036-4. New York: 1913. 4 pp. Cover text: A turkey-trot or one-step.
  4. THE BUNNY HUG. William Jerome (w) -- Harrt Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1912. 4 pp.
  5. CHARLESTON. Cecil Mack & Jimmy Johnson (w & m). Harms Inc., 28739. New York: 1923. 4 pp. From the production Runnin' Wild.
  6. DISH RAG. Richard Goosman (m). Charles I. Davis, Cleveland: 1908. 4 pp.
  7. EVERYBODY CALLS IT "SWING"! "Country" Washburne (w & m). Will Rossiter, Chicago: 1936. 3 pp. Cover photo: Perry Como.
  8. HOW DO YOU MISS RAG-TIME? Louis A. Hirsch (w & m). Shapiro Music Pub. Co., New York: 1912. 4 pp. Cover photo: Miss Ethel Levey.
  9. I'M GONNA CHARLESTON BACK TO CHARLESTON. Roy Turk & Lou Handman (w & m). Jerome H. Remick, 990-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp. Cover photo: Patti Moore.
  10. THE JAZZ-DANCE REPERTOIRE. Chris Smith (w) -- Shelton Brooks (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1077-2. New York: 1920. 2 pp.
  11. JERSEY BOUNCE. Robert B. Wright (w) -- Bobby Plater, Tiny Bradshaw & Edward Johnson (m). Lewis Music Pub. Co., 174-2. New York: 1941. 2 pp.
  12. THE KANGAROO HOP. Melville Morris (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 161-3. New York: 1915. 3 pp.
  13. PINS AND NEEDLES. Sydney Baynes (m). Swan & Co., 2573. London: 1919. 6 pp.
  14. SWEET SUSPENSE. Louis A. Drumheller (m). Jos. Morris, Philadelphia: 1907. 3 pp.
  15. TURKEY TROT. Jerome Kern & David Stamper (m). Norworth Pub. Co., New York: 1911. 4 pp. Cover photo: Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth, from the production Little Miss Fix-It.
  16. THE WEDDING OF THE SHIMMIE AND JAZZ. Howard Johnson & Cliff Hess (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 4338-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp. Cover photo: Gene Green.
  17. I WISH I COULD SHIMMY LIKE MY SISTER KATE. A.J. Piron (w & m). Clarence Williams Music Pub. Co., New York: 1922. 3 pp. Cover photo: "Original Memphis Five."
  18. YOU CANNOT SHAKE THAT SHIMMIE HERE. Gill Wells (w) -- Van & Schenck (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 659-2. New York: 1919. 4 pp.
  19. YOU CANNOT SHAKE THAT SHIMMIE HERE. Gill Wells (w) -- Van & Schenck (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 659-2. New York: 1919. 4 pp.

Herman Darewski and/or Arthur Wimperis (Large Format)

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From the production As You Were

  1. HELEN OF TROY. Arthur Wimperis (w) -- Herman Darewski (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 4011-4. New York: 1920. 4 pp. Cover photo: Sam Bernard and Irene Bordoni.
  2. IF YOU COULD CARE. Arthur Wimperis (w) -- Herman Darewski (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1006-3. New York: 1920. 3 pp. Cover photo: Sam Bernard and Irene Bordoni.
  3. TWO LITTLE BITS OF GREECE. Arthur Wimperis (w) -- Herman Darewski (m). Herman Darewski Music Pub. Co., 274. London: 1918. 2 pp. Cover photo: Delysia.

From the production Business As Usual

  1. WHEN WE'VE WOUND UP THE WATCH ON THE RHINE. F.W. Mark (w) -- H.E. Darewski (m). Francis, Day & Hunter, 13586. New York: 1914. 5 pp.

From the musical play The Candy Shop

  1. I USED TO SIGH FOR THE SILVERY MOON. Lester Barrett (w) -- Hermann E. Darewski (m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, New York: 1909. 4 pp. Cover photo: Lucy Weston.

From the musical comedy The Shop Girl

  1. THE GUARD'S BRIGADE. Arthur Wimperis (w) -- Herman Darewski (m). Herman Darewski Music Pub. Co., 708. London: 1920. 3 pp.

Mack David and/or Jerry Livingston (Modern Format)

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From the Paramount picture At War With The Army

  1. YOU AND YOUR BEAUTIFUL EYES. Mack David (w) -- Jerry Livingston (m). Victoria Music Pub. Co., 6063. London: 1950. 3 pp. Cover photo: Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis and Polly Bergen.

From the Paramount picture Hold Back The Dawn

  1. A SINNER KISSED AN ANGEL. David Mack (w) -- Ray Joseph (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1941. 3 pp. Cover photo: Charles Boyer, Olivia DeHavilland and Paulette Goddard.

From the Paramount picture Sailor Beware

  1. NEVER BEFORE. Mack David (w) -- Jerry Livingston (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York, 1951. 5 pp. Cover photo: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.

From the Paramount picture Those Redheads From Seattle

  1. BABY, BABY, BABY. Mack David (w) -- Jerry Livingston (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1953. 2 pp. Cover photo: Rhonda Fleming, Agnes Moorehead and Teresa Brewer.

From the Warner Bros. picture To The Victor

  1. YOU'RE TOO DANGEROUS, CHERIE. Mack David (w) -- Louiguy (m). French lyric Edith Piaf. Harms Inc., 1480-2. New York: 1948. 2 pp. Cover photo: Dennis Morgan and Viveca Lindfors.

Popular Music

  1. I'D GIVE A MILLION TOMORROWS. Milton Berle (w) -- Jerry Livingston (m). Oxford Music Corp., New York: 1948. 4 pp. Cover photo: Arthur Godfrey.
  2. MY JEALOUS EYES (That Turned From Blue To Green). Mack David (w) -- Martita (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1953. 2 pp. Cover photo: Patti Page.

Reginald De Koven (Large Format)

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From the comic opera Foxy Quiller

  1. QUILLER HAS THE BRAIN. Harry B. Smith (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Edward Schuberth & Co., 3608. New York: 1900. 4 pp. Cover text: As performed by The Klaw & Erlinger Opera Co.

From the comic opera The Golden Butterfly

  1. MEM'RY'S GARDEN. J. Hayden-Clarendon (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1909. 6 pp.
  2. SELECTION (Heroes, Don't Forget Me, Cora and Dora, Off to Russia, The Butterfly and the Clover, Finale Act 1,). Harry B. Smith (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1908. 7 pp.

From the opera Happyland or The King of Elysia

  1. GIVE ME THY HEART LOVE. Frederic Rankin (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4546-3. New York: 1905. 3 pp.
  2. SELECTION (Behold the King, Pretty Maiden, 'Twas the Rose, Happy is the Summer Day, Give Me They Heart Love,). Frederic Rankin (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4647-11. New York: 1905. 11 pp.
  3. 'TWAS THE ROSE. Frederic Rankin (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 4635-4. New York: 1905. 4 pp.

From the production Her Little Highness

  1. MY FAIRY PRINCE. Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1913. 3 pp.

From the comic opera Red Feather

  1. THE HUMEROUS GHOST. Chas. Emerson Cook (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 3715-11. New York: 1903. 11 pp.
  2. THE PRINCE OF GOOD FELLOWS. Chas. Emerson Cook (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 3700-7. New York: 1903. 7 pp.
  3. THE ROSE AND THE BREEZE. Chas. Emerson Cook (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 3726-4. New York: 1903. 4 pp.

From the comic opera The Snow Man

  1. I WANT YOU FOR MY ALL TIME GIRL. Stanislaus Stange (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 5545-4. New York: 1907.4 pp.

From the light opera The Student King

  1. STUDENT SONG (Nudel, Nudel, Nup, Nup). Frederic Rankin & Stanislaus Stange (w) -- Reginald De Koven (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 5004-3. New York: 1906. 3 pp.

Gwynne Denni and/or Lucien Denni (Large Format)

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From the production Milady's Perfumes

  1. FORGOTTEN PERFUMES. Gwynne Denni (w) -- Lucien Denni (m). J.W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., Kansas City, Mo: 1917. 2 pp.

From the production Mlle. Juliette

  1. WHIPPOORWILL. Gwen Meredith (w) -- Lucien Denni (m). Lucien Denni Music Co., Kansas City, Mo: 1914. 4 pp. Cover photo: Fay Ingram.

From the musical comedy The Spartans

  1. MY TWILIGHT DREAM OF YOU. Gwynne Denni (w) -- Lucien Denni (m). Lucien Denni Music Co., Kansas City, Mo: 1913. 3pp.

B.G. DeSylva and/or Lew Brown and/or Ray Henderson (Modern Format)

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From the production Artists and Models

  1. (Here Am I) BROKEN HEARTED. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Jack Osterman, with his photograph.

From the production Big Boy

  1. (I'm Tellin' The Birds, I'm Tellin' The Bees) HOW I LOVE YOU. Lew Brown & Cliff Friend (w & m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1926. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Al Jolson, with his photograph.
  2. KEEP SMILING AT TROUBLE. Al Jolson & B.G. DeSylva (w) -- Lewis Gensler (m). Harms Inc., 7296-4. New York: 1924. 4 pp. Cover text: Featured by Al Jolson, with his photograph.
  3. ONE O'CLOCK BABY. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Al Jolson (m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Al Jolson, with his photograph.

From the production Bombo

  1. APRIL SHOWERS. B.G. DeSylva (w) -- Louis Silvers (m). Harms Inc., 6390-3. New York: 1921. 3 pp. Cover text: Al Jolson's hit song, with his photograph.
  2. ARCADY. Al Jolson & B.G. DeSylva (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., New York: 1923. 3 pp. Cover text: Al Jolson's big hit, with his photograph.
  3. CALIFORNIA HERE I COME. Al Jolson, Bud De Sylva & Joseph Meyer (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 16924-3. New York: 1924. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung with great success by Al Jolson, with his photograph.
  4. DON'T CRY, SWANEE. Al Jolson, B.G. DeSylva & Con Conrad (w & m). Harms Inc., 6739-4. New York: 1923. 4 pp. Cover text: Introduced by Al Jolson, with his photograph.
  5. MORNING WILL COME. Al Jolson, B.G. DeSylva & Con Conrad (w & m). Harms Inc., 6738-3. New York: 1923. 3 pp. Cover text: Introduced by Al Jolson, with his photograph.
  6. MORNING WILL COME. Al Jolson, B.G. DeSylva & Con Conrad (w & m). Harms Inc., 6738-3. New York: 1923. 3 pp. Cover text: Introduced by Al Jolson, with his photograph.

From the production Calling All Stars

  1. I DON'T WANT TO BE PRESIDENT. Lew Brown (w) -- Harry Akst (m). M. Witmark & Sons, New York: 1934. 8 pp. Cover photos: Lou Holtz, Phil Baker, Everett Marshall, Gertrude Niesen, Jack Whiting, Mitzi Mayfair, Patsy Flick and Patricia Bowman.
  2. I'VE NOTHING TO OFFER. Lew Brown (w) -- Harry Akst (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 17887-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy Captain Jinks

  1. AIN'T LOVE WONDERFUL? B.G. DeSylva (w) -- Stephen Jones (m). Harms Inc., 7526-3. New York: 1925. 3 pp.
  2. FOND OF YOU. B.G. DeSylva (w) -- Lewis E. Gensler (m). Harms Inc., 7504-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp.
  3. FOND OF YOU. B.G. DeSylva (w) -- Lewis E. Gensler (m). Harms Inc., 7504-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp.

From the revue Casino de Paree Revue

  1. LOST MY RHYTHM, LOST MY MUSIC, LOST MY MAN. Lew Brown, Elsa Maxwell & Harry Akst (w & m). Harms Inc., 603-4. New York: 1935. 4 pp. Cover text: Featuring Mitzi Mayfair, Jack Whiting, and Saxon Sisters.
  2. LOST MY RHYTHM, LOST MY MUSIC, LOST MY MAN. Lew Brown, Elsa Maxwell & Harry Akst (w & m). Harms Inc., 603-4. New York: 1935. 4 pp. Cover text: Featuring Mitzi Mayfair, Jack Whiting, and Saxon Sisters.

From the Fox picture Curly Top

  1. THE SIMPLE THINGS IN LIFE. Ted Koehler (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Movietone Music Corp., New York: 1935. 3 pp.

From the production Educating Archie

  1. I'LL TAKE THE LEGS FROM SOME OLD TABLE (Dummy Song). Lew Brown, Billy Rose & Ray Henderson (w & m). Keith Prowse & Co. Ltd., 2906. London: 1944. 2 pp. Cover photo: Max Bygraves.

From the MGM film Flying High

  1. GOOD FOR YOU - BAD FOR ME. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1930. 4 pp.
  2. I'M FLYING HIGH. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1930. 4 pp.
  3. THANK YOUR FATHER. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1930. 4 pp.
  4. WASN'T IT BEAUTIFUL WHILE IT LASTED? B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1930. 3 pp.
  5. WE'LL DANCE UNTIL THE DAWN. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1930. 6 pp.
  6. WITHOUT LOVE. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1930. 4 pp.

From the musical Follow Thru

  1. BUTTON UP YOUR OVERCOAT. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.
  2. FOLLOW THRU. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.
  3. I WANT TO BE BAD. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  4. MY LUCKY STAR. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  5. STILL I'D LOVE YOU. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.
  6. YOU WOULDN'T FOOL ME, WOULD YOU? B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.

Frpm the revue Gay Paree

  1. SUGAR PLUM. B.G. DeSylva (w) -- Joseph Meyer (m). Harms Inc., 7498-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp.

From the Fox film George White's Scandals

  1. HOLD MY HAND. Jack Yellen & Irving Caesar (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Movietone Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp. Cover text: With Rudy Vallee, Jimmy Durante, Alice Faye and Adrienne Ames.
  2. MY DOG LOVES YOUR DOG. Jack Yellen & Irving Caesar (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Movietone Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp. Cover text: With Rudy Vallee, Jimmy Durante, Alice Faye and Adrienne Ames.
  3. NASTY MAN. Jack Yellen and Irving Caesar (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Sam Fox Publishing Co., New York: 1934. 6 pp
  4. SIX WOMEN (Me And Henry The Eighth). Jack Yellen & Irving Caesar (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Movietone Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp.
  5. SO NICE! Jack Yellen & Irving Caesar (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Movietone Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy Good News

  1. LUCKY IN LOVE. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1927. 6 pp.
  2. LUCKY IN LOVE. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1927. 6 pp.
  3. THE VARSITY DRAG. B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1927. 6 pp.

From the MGM picture Good News

  1. THE BEST THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). Crawford Music Corp., New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring June Allyson and Peter Lawford.

From the production Greenwich Village Follies

  1. GEORGETTE. Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1922. 3 pp.
  2. JUST SNAP YOUR FINGERS AT CARE. B.G. DeSylva (w & m). T.B. Harns & Francis, Day & Hunyer, 6193-3. New York: 1920. 3 pp.

From the sixth annual Greenwich Village Follies

  1. FOLLOW THE SWALLOW. Billy Rose & Mort Dixon (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 775-3. New York: 1924. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by Brooks and Ross, with their photograph.

Inspired by the photoplay His Majesty, The American

  1. HIS MAJESTY, THE AMERICAN. Lew Brown (w) -- Albert Von Tilzer (m). Broadway Music Corp., New York: 1919. 2 pp.

From the musical comedy Hold Everything

  1. DON'T HOLD EVERYTHING. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  2. TO KNOW YOU IS TO LOVE YOU. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  3. YOU'RE MY NECESSITY. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  4. YOU'RE THE CREAM IN MY COFFEE. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 2 pp.

From the Warner Bros film Hold Everything

  1. TO KNOW YOU IS TO LOVE YOU. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Winnie Lightner and Joe E. Brown.

From the musical comedy Hot-Cha

  1. IT'S GREAT TO BE ALIVE. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc., New York: 1932 6 pp. Cover text: Ziegfeld presents a new Brown and Henderson musical comedy.
  2. THERE I GO DREAMING AGAIN. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1932. 4 pp. Cover text: Presented by Ziegfeld.
  3. THERE'S NOTHING THE MATTER WITH ME. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc., New York: 1932 6 pp. Cover text: Ziegfeld presents a new Brown and Henderson musical comedy.
  4. SAY. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc., New York: 1932 6 pp. Cover text: Ziegfeld presents a new Brown and Henderson musical comedy.
  5. YOU CAN MAKE MY LIFE A BED OF ROSES. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1932. 4 pp. Cover text: Presented by Ziegfeld.

From the United Artist film Indiscreet

  1. COME TO ME. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1931. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Gloria Swanson with Ben Lyon and Arthur Lake, with Swanson's photograph.

From the Fox Movietone film In Old Arizona

  1. MY TONIA. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp.

From the Fox Movietone film Just Imagine

  1. NEVER SWAT A FLY. B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc., New York: 1930. 6 pp. Cover photo: Woman on a plane
  2. (I Am Only The Words) YOU ARE THE MELODY. B. G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1930. 4 pp. Cover text: With El Brendel, Maureen O'Sullivan, Marjorie White, John Garrick and Frank Albertson.
  3. (I Am Only The Words) YOU ARE THE MELODY/(There's Something About An) OLD FASHIONED GIRL. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1930. 4 pp. Cover text: With El Brendel, Maureen O'Sullivan, Marjorie White, John Garrick and Frank Albertson.

From the Ziegfeld musical comedy Kid Boots

  1. ALABAMY BOUND. Bud DeSylva & Bud Green (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1925. 4 pp. Cover text: Successfully intorduced by Eddie Cantor.
  2. (Let Me Introduce You To My) ROSIE. Lew Brown, Eddie Cantor & Henry Santly (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1925. 3 pp. Cover text: Originally introduced by Eddie Cantor, with his photograph.
From the musical production Linger Longer Letty
  1. OH BY JINGO! OH BY GEE! Lew Brown (w) -- Albert Von Tilzer (m). Broadway Music Corp., New York: 1919. 3 pp. Cover Text: Featured by Charlotte Greenwood, with her photograph.

From the R.K.O. Radio picture Love Affair

  1. WISHING (Will Make It So). B.G. DeSylva (w & m). Crawford Music Corp., New York: 1939. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer, with their photographs.

From the production Manhattan Mary

  1. BROADWAY. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 8057-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Ed Wynn, with Elizabeth Hines.
  2. THE FIVE STEP. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 8056-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Ed Wynn, with Elizabeth Hines. Note includes dance steps on separate typewritten sheet.
  3. I'D LIKE YOU TO LOVE ME. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 8058-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Ed Wynn, with Elizabeth Hines.
  4. IT WON'T BE LONG NOW. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 8054-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Ed Wynn, with Elizabeth Hines.
  5. MANHATTAN MARY. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 8059-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Ed Wynn, with Elizabeth Hines.

From the production Midnight Rounders

  1. DAPPER DAN. Lew Brown (w) -- Albert Von Tilzer (m). Broadway Music Corp., New York: 1921. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured with terrific success by Eddie Cantor, with his photograph.

From the production A Night In Spain

  1. IT ALL DEPENDS ON YOU. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Henderson & Brown. New York: 1926. 4 pp Cover text: Featured by Phil Baker, with his photograph.

From the production Paradise Revue

  1. I'VE GOT TO PASS YOUR HOUSE TO GET TO MY HOUSE. Lew Brown (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1933. 3 pp.
  2. I'VE GOT TO PASS YOUR HOUSE TO GET TO MY HOUSE. Lew Brown (w & m). De Sylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1933. 6 pp.

Inspired by the production Peter Pan

  1. PETER PAN (I Love You). Robert King & Ray Henderson (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1924. 3 pp. Cover Text: Dedicated to Miss Marilyn Miller, starring in Charles Dillingham's production "Peter Pan," with Miller's photograph.

From the comedy Polly Preferred

  1. RED MOON. Lew Brown & John Traver (w) -- Henri de Martini & Max Kortlander (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1922. 4 pp. Cover text: As introduced by Genevieve Tobin.

From the musical comedy Queen High

  1. CROSS YOUR HEART. B.G. De Sylva (w) -- Lewis E. Gensler (m). Harms Inc., 7680-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  2. DON'T FORGET. B.G. De Sylva (w) -- James F. Hanley (m). Harms Inc., 7751-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  3. DON'T FORGET. B.G. De Sylva (w) -- James F. Hanley (m). Harms Inc., 7751-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  4. EVERYTHING WILL HAPPEN FOR THE BEST. B.G. De Sylva (w) -- Lewis E. Gensler (m). Harms Inc., 7684-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.

From the Warner Bros. picture Say It With Songs

  1. LITTLE PAL. Al Jolson, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown, & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Al Jolson, with Davey Lee.
  2. (I'm In) SEVENTH HEAVEN. Al Jolson, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown, & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Al Jolson, with Davey Lee.
  3. (I'm In) SEVENTH HEAVEN. Al Jolson, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown, & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Al Jolson, with Davey Lee.
  4. USED TO YOU. Al Jolson, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown, & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Al Jolson, with Davey Lee.
  5. WHY CAN'T YOU. Al Jolson, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). De Sylva, Brown, & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Al Jolson, with Davey Lee.

From the musical comedy Say When

  1. WHEN LOVE COMES SWINGIN' ALONG. Ted Koehler (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). T.B. Harms Co., 426-5. New York: 1934. 5 pp. Cover text: Starring Harry Richman.

From the United Artists picture Since You Went Away.

  1. TOGETHER. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). Crawford Music Corp., 552-3. New York: 1938. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Claudette Colbert and Jennifer Jones, with their photographs.

From the Warner Bros picture The Singing Fool

  1. SONNY BOY. Al Jolson, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown, & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.

From the Fox film Stand Up And Cheer

  1. BABY, TAKE A BOW. Lew Brown (w) -- Lew Brown & Jay Gorney (m). Movietone Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp. Cover text: With Warner Baxter.
  2. SHE'S 'WAY UP THAR. Lew Brown (w) -- Lew Brown & Jay Gorney (m). Movietone Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp. Cover text: With Warner Baxter.
  3. THIS IS OUR LAST NIGHT TOGETHER. Lew Brown (w) -- Lew Brown & Jay Gorney (m). Movietone Music Corp., New York: 1934. 4 pp. Cover text: With Warner Baxter.

From the 20th Century-Fox film Straight, Place and Show

  1. WITH YOU ON MY MIND. Lew Brown (w) -- Lew Pollack (m). Robbins Music Corp., New York: 1938. 6 pp. Cover photo: Ethel Merman and the Ritz Brothers.

From the musical revue Strike Me Pink

  1. LET'S CALL IT A DAY. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). Elar Music Corp., New York: 1932. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Lupe Velez, Jimmy Durante and Hope Williams.
  2. LET'S CALL IT A DAY. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). Elar Music Corp., New York: 1932. 4 pp. Note: revue called "Forward March."
  3. STRIKE ME PINK. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). Elar Music Corp., New York: 1932. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Lupe Velez, Jimmy Durante and Hope Williams.

From the William Fox picture Sunny Side Up

  1. (I'm A Dreamer) ARENT' WE ALL. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, with Gaynor's photograph.
  2. IF I HAD A TALKING PICTURE OF YOU. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, with Gaynor's photograph.
  3. (You've Got Me) PICKIN' PETALS OFF O' DAISIES. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, with Gaynor's photograph.
  4. TURN ON THE HEAT. B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, with Gaynor's photograph.

From the musical comedy Take a Chance

  1. YOU'RE AN OLD SMOOTHIE. B. G. De Sylva, Richard A. Whiting & Herb Brown Nacio (w & m). Harms Inc, New York: 1932. 6 pp. Cover photos: Jack Haley, Ethel Merman and Jack Whiting.

From the Musical Three Cheers

  1. MAYBE THIS IS LOVE. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Dorothy Stone.
  2. POMPANOLA. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Dorothy Stone.

From George White's Seventh annual Scandals

  1. I WANT A LOVABLE BABY. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 7434-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp.
  2. WHAT A WORLD THIS WOULD BE. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 7433-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp.

From George White's Eighth annual Scandals

  1. THE BIRTH OF THE BLUES. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 7748-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  2. BLACK BOTTOM. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 7757-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  3. THE GIRL IS YOU AND THE BOY IS ME. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 7742-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  4. HERE I AM. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 184-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp. Cover text: Introduced by Harry Richman, featured in George White's "Scandals."
  5. LUCKY DAY. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 7744-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  6. TWEET-TWEET. B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Harms Inc., 7743-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.

From George White's Ninth annual Scandals

  1. AMERICAN TUNE. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  2. I'M ON THE CREST OF A WAVE. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.
  3. PICKIN' COTTON. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  4. WHAT D'YA SAY? B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.

From George White's Eleventh annual Scandals

  1. MY SONG. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1931. 4 pp.
  2. THAT'S WHY DARKIES WERE BORN. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1931. 4 pp.
  3. THIS IS THE MRS. Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1931. 4 pp.

From George White's Twelfth annual Scandals of 1936

  1. ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN. Jack Yellen & Ballard MacDonald (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). T.B. Harms & Co., 484-3. New York: 1935. 3 pp.
  2. LIFE BEGINS AT SWEET SIXTEEN. Jack Yellen (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). T.B. Harms & Co., 480-4. New York: 1935. 4 pp.
  3. TELL THE TRUTH. Jack Yellen (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). T.B. Harms & Co., 483-3. New York: 1935. 3 pp.

From the musical comedy The Yankee Princess

  1. THE WALTZ IS MADE FOR LOVE. B.G. DeSylva (m). -- Emmerich Kalman (m). Harms Inc., 6611-5. New York: 1932. 5 pp.

From the production Yokel Boy

  1. COMES LOVE. Lew Brown, Charlie Tobias & Sam H. Stept (w & m). Chappell & Co., 945-4. New York: 1939. 4 pp. Cover text: With Buddy Ebsen and Judy Canova.
  2. LET'S MAKE MEMORIES TONIGHT. Lew Brown, Charlie Tobias & Sam H. Stept (w & m). Chappell & Co., 948-4. New York: 1939. 4 pp. Cover text: With Buddy Ebsen and Judy Canova.
Popular Music
  1. ANNABELLE. Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, New York: 1923. 3 pp. Cover photograph of Gertrude Moody.
  2. BAM BAM BAMY SHORE. Mort Dixon (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 45-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp. Cover Text: Mortensen the piano marvel, with his photograph.
  3. BLUE GRASS. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  4. BYE, BYE BLACKBIRD. Mort Dixon (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 158-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  5. BYE, BYE BLACKBIRD. Mort Dixon (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 158-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp. Cover photograph of the Angelus sisters.
  6. DON'T BRING LULU. Billy Rose & Lew Brown (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 939-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  7. DON'T TELL HER (What's Happened To Me). B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, New York: 1930. 4 pp.
  8. EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE. Mort Dixon (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1450-3. New York, 1936. 3 pp. Cover photo: Dorothy Lamour. Inscription: June Gardner.
  9. FIVE FOOT TWO, EYES OF BLUE (Has Anybody Seen My Girl?). Lewis & Young (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Leo Fesit, Inc, New York: 1925. 6 pp.
  10. FOLLOW THE SWALLOW. Billy Rose & Mort Dixon (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 775-3. New York: 1924. 3 pp.
  11. (That's Just My Way Of) FORGETTING YOU. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  12. HERE AM I -- BROKEN HEARTED. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, New York: 1927. 3 pp.
  13. HUMMING. Louis Breau & Ray Henderson (w & m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, 6259-4. New York: 1920. 4 pp.
  14. (I Wouldn't Be Where I Am) IF YOU HADN'T GONE AWAY. Lew Brown, Billy Rose & Ray Henderson (w & m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1925. 3 pp. Cover photograph of Emma Weston.
  15. I HOPE I DON'T MEET MOLLY (On The Day I Marry Flo). B.G. DeSylva & Lew Brown (w) -- Harry Woods (m)./ SHE'S A HOME GIRL. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  16. I WONDER HOW I LOOK WHEN I'M ASLEEP. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, New York: 1927. 3 pp.
  17. I WONDER WHO'S DANCING WITH YOU TO-NIGHT. Mort Dixon & Billy Rose (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 588-4. New York: 1924. 4 pp. Cover text: As featured by Sophie Tucker, with her photograph.
  18. JUST A MEMORY. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). Harms Inc., 8003-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp.
  19. JUST A MEMORY. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). Harms Inc., 8003-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp.
  20. MY SIN. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1929. 4 pp.
  21. A NIGHT OF LOVE. B.G. DeSylva (w) -- Larry Spier (m). Harms Inc., 7449-3. New York: 1925. 3 pp.
  22. ONE MORE TIME. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1931. 4 pp.
  23. SO BLUE. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Mrs. Jesse Crawford, with her photograph.
  24. THE SONG I LOVE. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson & Con Conrad (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 4 pp.
  25. SOUTH WIND. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  26. TOGETHER. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1928. 3 pp.
  27. TOO MANY PARTIES (And Too Many Pals). Billy Rose & Mort Dixon (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Leo Feist Inc., 5718-3. New York: 1925. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Emil Heimberger and his Orchestra, with his photograph.
  28. WHEN DAY IS DONE. B.G. DeSylva (w) -- Dr. Robert Katscher (m). Harms Inc., 7998-4. 1926. 4 pp.
  29. WHY DID I KISS THAT THAT GIRL? Lew Brown (w) -- Robert King & Ray Henderson (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1924. 3 pp. Cover photograph of Jan Garber and his Orchestra.
  30. YOU'RE IN LOVE WITH EVERY ONE. Mort Dixon (w) -- Ray Henderson (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1407-3. 1924. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Fred Hall's Orchestra, with their photograph.
  31. YOU TRY SOMEBODY ELSE. B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson (w & m). DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., New York: 1931. 4 pp.

Marlene Dietrich (Modern Format)

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From the Paramount picture The Blue Angel

  1. FALLING IN LOVE AGAIN. Frederich Hollander (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1930. 4 pp. Cover photo: Marlene Dietrich, Emil Jannings and Josef von Sternberg.

From the Paramount picture A Foreign Affair

  1. THE RUINS OF BERLIN. Frederick Hollander (w & m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 38992. London: 1948. 2 pp. Cover photo: Marlene Dietrich.

From the Paramount picture Morocco

  1. GIVE ME THE MAN. Leo Robin (w) -- Karl Hajos (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1930. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marlene Dietrich, Gary Cooper, and Adolph Menjou.

From the Universal picture Seven Sinners

  1. THE MAN'S IN THE NAVY. Frank Loesser (w) -- Frederick Hollander (m). Francis, Day & Hunter Ltd., 20961. London: 1940. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marlene Dietrich.

Howard Dietz and/or Arthur Schwartz (Modern Format)

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From the Warner Brothers picture All Through the Night

  1. ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT. Johnny Mercer (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). M.Witmark & Sons, 18130-4. New York, 1941. 4 pp. Cover photo: Humphrey Bogart.

From American Jubilee

  1. HOW CAN I EVER BE ALONE? Oscar Hammerstein (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-1021-4. New York, 1940. 4 pp.
  2. MY BICYCLE GIRL. Oscar Hammerstein (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-1025-4. New York, 1940. 4 pp.
  3. TENNESSEE FISH FRY. Oscar Hammerstein (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-1022-4. New York, 1940. 4 pp.

From the musical play At Home Abroad

  1. FAREWELL, MY LOVELY. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-512-4. New York, 1935. 4 pp.
  2. GOT A BRAN' NEW SUIT. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-517-4. New York, 1935. 4 pp.
  3. LOVE IS A DANCING THING. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-519-5. New York, 1935. 5 pp.
  4. O LEO. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-515-6. New York, 1935. 6 pp.
  5. THIEF IN THE NIGHT. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-514-4. New York, 1935. 4 pp.

From the musical play The Band Wagon

  1. CONFESSION. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 8713-4. New York, 1931. 4 pp.
  2. DANCING IN THE DARK. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-398-5. New York, 1931. 5 pp.
  3. HIGH AND LOW. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-399-4. New York, 1931. 4 pp.
  4. HOOPS. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-425-5. New York, 1931. 5 pp.
  5. I LOVE LOUISA. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-400-4. New York, 1931. 4 pp.
  6. MISERABLE WITH YOU. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-427-5. New York, 1931. 5 pp.
  7. NEW SUN IN THE SKY. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-401-4. New York, 1931. 4 pp.

From the musical comedy Between the Devil

  1. I SEE YOUR FACE BEFORE ME. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Crawford Music Corp., New York, 1937. 4 pp.
  2. YOU HAVE EVERYTHING. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Crawford Music Corp., New York, 1937. 3 pp. Cover text: For professional use only. Note: stamped "Do not broadcast before Oct. 17, 1937".

From the musical play By the Beautiful Sea

  1. ALONE TOO LONG. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York, 1954. 2 pp.
  2. HANG UP! Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York, 1954. 4 pp.
  3. HAPPY HABIT. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York, 1954. 3 pp.
  4. THE SEA SONG. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York, 1954. 4 pp.

From the MGM film Excuse My Dust

  1. I'D LIKE TO TAKE YOU OUT DREAMING. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (w). Ivy Music Corp., New York: 1951. 5 pp. Cover text: Starring Red Skelton, Sally Forrest, MacDonald Carey.

From the Metropolitan Opera version of Fledermaus

  1. SOME DAYS YOU ARE LONELY (Czardas). Howard Dietz (w) -- Johann Strauss (m). Garson Kanin, dialogue. Boosey & Hawkes, 2504. New York, 1950. 3 pp. Cover text: Cover design after a drawing by Rolf Gerard.

From the musical revue Flying Colors

  1. ALONE TOGETHER. Howard Dietz & Arthur Schwartz (w & m). Harms, Inc., 8842-4. New York, 1932. 4 pp. Cover photo: Clifton Webb, Charles Butterworth, Patsy Kelly, Tamara Geva.
  2. LOUISIANA HAYRIDE. Howard Dietz & Arthur Schwartz (w & m). Harms, Inc., 8841-5. New York, 1932. 5 pp. Cover inscription: Maude Lincoln.
  3. A SHINE ON YOUR SHOES. Howard Dietz & Arthur Schwartz (w & m). Harms, Inc., 8844-6. New York, 1932. 6 pp.

From the musical revue Follow the Sun

  1. LOVE IS A DANCING THING. Howard Dietz and Desmond Carter (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., 32558. New York, 1935. 3 pp.

From the musical play The Gay Life

  1. I'M GLAD I'M SINGLE. Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz (w & m). Harms, Inc., S-2501-2. New York, 1942. 2 pp.

From the musical play The Gibson Family

  1. SQUARE DANCE. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Crawford Music Corp., New York, 1934. 5 pp.

From the CBS television production High Tor

  1. WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE. Maxwell Anderson (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., 4060-2. New York, 2 pp. Cover photo: Bing Crosby.

From the musical revue Inside U.S.A.

  1. BLUE GRASS. Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz (w & m). Chappell & Co., 1559-4. New York, 1948. 4 pp. Cover photo: Beatrice Lillie and Jack Haley.
  2. HAUNTED HEART. Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz (w & m). Chappell & Co., 1554-6. New York, 1948. 6 pp.

From the musical production Jennie

  1. WHEN YOU'RE FAR AWAY FROM NEW YORK TOWN. Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz (w & m). Harms, Inc., S-2601-3. New York, 1943. 3 pp. Cover photo: Mary Martin.

From the musical play The Little Show

  1. CAUGHT IN THE RAIN. Howard Dietz (w) -- Henry Sullivan (m). Harms, Inc., 8364-4. New York, 1929. 4 pp.
  2. MOANIN' LOW. Howard Dietz (w) -- Ralph Rainger (m). Harms, Inc., 8365-5. New York, 1929. 5 pp.
  3. SELECTION. Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 8377-14. New York, 1929. 14 pp.

From the Warner Brothers film Navy Blues

  1. YOU'RE A NATURAL. Johnny Mercer (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 18126-4. New York, 1941. 4 pp. Cover photo: Ann Sheridan, Jack Oakie, Martha Raye, Jack Haley.

From the musical revue The New Yorkers

  1. SLOW RIVER. Henry Myers (w) -- Charles M. Schwab, Edgar Fairchild and Arthur Schwartz (m). Edward B. Marks Music Co., 9419-3. New York, 1927. 3 pp. Cover photo: Jean Sothern.

From the musical production Park Avenue

  1. THERE'S NO HOLDING ME. Ira Gershwin (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Putnam Music, Inc., 1442-4. New York, 1946. 4 pp.

From the musical play Princess Charming

  1. I LOVE LOVE. Arthur Swanstrom (w) -- Albert Sirmay and Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S 365-4. New York, 1930. 4 pp.
  2. I'LL NEVER LEAVE YOU. Arthur Swanstrom (w) -- Albert Sirmay and Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-364-4. New York, 1930. 4 pp. Cover photo: Evelyn Herbert.
  3. YOU. Arthur Swanstrom (w) -- Albert Sirmay and Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-340-4. New York, 1930. 4 pp.

From the musical production Revenge With Music

  1. YOU AND THE NIGHT AND THE MUSIC. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 9107-4. New York, 1934. 4 pp.

From the musical play She Loves Me Not

  1. AFTER ALL YOU'RE ALL I'M AFTER. Edward Heyman (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 9008-4. New York, 1933. 4 pp.

From The Second Little Show

  1. YOU'RE THE SUNRISE. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 8541-4. New York, 1930. 4 pp.

From the musical play Stars in Your Eyes

  1. IT'S ALL YOURS. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-914-4. New York, 1939. 4 pp.
  2. JUST A LITTLE BIT MORE. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-924-4. New York, 1939. 4 pp.
  3. THIS IS IT. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-911-3. New York, 1939. 3 pp.

From the Warner Brothers film Thank Your Lucky Stars

  1. THE DREAMER. Frank Loesser (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-1053-2. New York, 1943. 2 pp. Cover photo: from the cast.
  2. HOW SWEET YOU ARE. Frank Loesser (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 3276-2. New York, 1943. 2 pp. Cover inscription: Diane Hickert.
  3. I'M RIDIN' FOR A FALL. Frank Loesser (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-1052-2. New York, 1943. 2 pp.
  4. THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS. Frank Loesser (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 3275-2. New York, 1943. 2 pp.
  5. THEY'RE EITHER TOO YOUNG OR TOO OLD. Frank Loesser (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 18148-4. New York, 1943. 4 pp.

From the RKO Radio picture That Girl From Paris

  1. THE CALL TO ARMS. Edward Heyman (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-676-4. New York, 1936. 6 pp.
  2. LOVE AND LEARN. Edward Heyman (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-678-4. New York, 1936. 4 pp.
  3. SEAL IT WITH A KISS. Edward Heyman (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-679-4. New York, 1936. 4 pp.

From the musical revue Three's A Crowd

  1. FORGET ALL YOUR BOOKS. Howard Dietz & Samuel M. Lerner (w) -- Burton Lane (m). Harms, Inc., 8571-4. New York, 1960. 4 pp. Cover text: Clifton Webb, Fred Allen, Libby Holman.
  2. RIGHT AT THE START OF IT. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 8561-4. New York, 1930. 4 pp.
  3. SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY. Howard Dietz (m) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-347-4.New York, 1930. 4 pp.

From the Warner Brothers picture The Time, The Place, and The Girl

  1. OH, BUT I DO. Leo Robin (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 18193-2. New York, 1946. 2 pp.
  2. THROUGH A THOUSAND DREAMS. Leo Robin (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Remick Music Corp., 3409-2. New York, 1946. 2 pp.

From the musical comedy A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

  1. IF YOU HAVEN'T GOT A SWEETHEART. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). T. B. Harms Co, 1783-4. New York, 1951. 4 pp.
  2. I'M LIKE A NEW BROOM. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). T. B. Harms Co, 1774-4. New York, 1951. 4 pp.
  3. I'LL BUY YOU A STAR. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). T. B. Harms Co, 1779-4. New York, 1951. 6 pp.
  4. LOVE IS THE REASON. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). T. B. Harms Co, 1775-6. New York, 1951. 6 pp.
  5. MAKE THE MAN LOVE ME. Dorothy Fields (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). T. B. Harms Co, 1771-4. New York, 1951. 4 pp.

From the 20th Century Fox picture Under Your Spell

  1. UNDER YOUR SPELL. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., New York, 1934. 3 pp. Cover photo: Lawrence Tibbett.

From the musical production Virginia

  1. IF YOU WERE SOMEONE ELSE. Albert Stillman (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 1623-3. New York, 1937. 3 pp. Note: Advance Artist copy.
  2. AN OLD FLAME NEVER DIES. Albert Stillman (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 1622-3. New York, 1937. 3 pp.
  3. YOU AND I KNOW. Albert Stillman (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1620-3. New York, 1937. 3 pp.

Popular Music

  1. HONORABLE MOON. Ira Gershwin & E.Y. Harburg (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Chappell & Co., C-1113-4. New York, 1941. 4 pp.
  2. I GUESS I'LL HAVE TO CHANGE MY PLAN. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., S-477-4. New York, 1932. 4 pp.
  3. I SEE YOUR FACE BEFORE ME. Arthur Schwartz (m) -- Louis C. Singer (arr.). DeSylva Brown & Henderson, 1001-3. New York, 1957. 3 pp.
  4. SQUARE DANCE. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Crawford Music Corp., [New York], 1934. 4 pp. Note: Professional copy.
  5. THAT OLD QUARTETTE ON THE CORNER. Howard Dietz & Henry I. Marshall (w & m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York, 1927. 5 pp.
  6. THEN I'LL BE TIRED OF YOU. E.Y Harburg (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Harms, Inc., 9067-4. New York, 1934. 4 pp.
  7. WHAT ABOUT ME. Howard Dietz (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Robbins Music Corp., SHS 1152-3. New York, 1934. 3 pp.
  8. YOU AND I KNOW. Albert Stillman & Laurence Stallings (w) -- Arthur Schwartz (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 1620-3. New York, 1937. 3 pp.

Disney Film Songs (Modern Format)

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From The Ballad of Davy Crockett

  1. THE BALLAD OF DAVY CROCKETT. Tom Blackburn (w) -- George Bruns (m). Wonderland Music, New York: 1954. 4 pp. Cover photo: Fess Parker.

From Bedknobs and Broomsticks

  1. THE AGE OF NOT BELIEVING. Richard M. & Robert B. Sherman (w & m). Wonderland Music, Glendale, CA: 1969. 6 pp.

From Bambi

  1. LOVE IS A SONG. Larry Morey (w) -- Frank Churchill (m). Walt Disney Prod., New York: 1942. 2 pp.
From Cinderella
  1. A DREAM IS A WISH YOUR HEART MAKES. Mack David, Al Hoffman & Jerry Livingston (w & m). Walt Disney Music, Burbank, CA: 1948. 2 pp.

From Daniel Boone

  1. DAN'L BOONE. Stan Davis (w & m). Walt Disney Music, Burbank, CA: 1960. 3 pp. Cover photo: Dewey Martin. Note: British edition published by Walt Disney Music, London.

From That Darn Cat

  1. THAT DARN CAT. Richard M. & Robert B. Sherman (w & m). Wonderland Music, Glendale, CA: 1964. 3 pp.

From Ferdinand the Bull

  1. FERDINAND THE BULL. Larry Morey (w) -- Albert Hay Malotte (m). ABC Music, New York: 1938. 4 pp.

From Der Fuehrer's Face

  1. DER FUEHRER'S FACE. Oliver Wallace (w & m). Southern Music Publishing, New York: 1942. 4 pp. Cover illustration: Donald Duck throwing a tomato at Hitler.
From Fun and Fancy Free
  1. LAZY COUNTRYSIDE. Bobby Worth (w & m). Saintly-Joy, New York: 1947. 2 pp.

From Grasshopper and the Ants

  1. THE WORLD OWES ME A LIVING. Larry Morey (w) -- Leigh Harline (m). Irving Berlin, Inc., New York: 1934. 6 pp.

From The Happiest Millionaire

  1. FORTUOSITY. Richard M. & Robert B. Sherman (w & m). Wonderland Music, Glendale, CA: 1966. 3 pp.

From Lady and the Tramp

  1. BELLA NOTTE. Peggy Lee & Sonny Burke (w & m). Walt Disney Music, New York: 1952. 2 pp.

From Make Mine Music

  1. JOHNNY FEDORA AND ALICE BLUE BONNET. Allie Wrubel & Ray Gilbert (w & m). Leeds Music Corp., L159-3. New York: 1946. 3 pp.
  2. TWO SILHOUETTES. Ray Gilbert (w) -- Charles Wolcott (m). Southern Music Publishing, New York: 1945. 4 pp.
  3. WITHOUT YOU. Osvaldo Farres and Ray Gilbert (w & m). Southern Music Publishing, New York: 1945. 2 pp.

From Melody Time

  1. BLUE SHADOWS ON THE TRAIL. Johnny Lange (w) -- Eliot Daniel (m). Saintly-Joy, New York: 1948. 2 pp.

From Pinocchio

  1. WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR. Ned Washington (w) -- Leigh Harline (m). Irving Berlin, Inc., New York: 1940. 3 pp.

From The Reluctant Dragon

  1. THE RELUCTANT DRAGON. Ed Penner, T. Hee, and Charles Wolcott (w & m). Broadcast Music, Inc., New York: 1941. 4 pp.

From Saludos

  1. BRAZIL (Aquarela Do Brasil). S.K. Russell (words in English) -- Ary Barroso (m). Southern Music Pub. Co., Inc., New York: 1939. 6 pp.

From Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

  1. SOME DAY MY PRINCE WILL COME (Some Day I'll Find My Love). Larry Morey (w) -- Frank Churchill (m). Irving Berlin, Inc., New York, 1937. 3 pp.
  2. SOME DAY MY PRINCE WILL COME (Some Day I'll Find My Love). Larry Morey (w) -- Frank Churchill (m). Irving Berlin, Inc., New York: 1937. 2 pp. Note: British edition published by Chappell & Co., Ltd.

From So Dear to My Heart

  1. SO DEAR TO MY HEART. Irving Taylor (w) -- Ticker Freeman (m). Saintly-Joy, New York: 1948. 3 pp. Cover inscription: Cliff Culler '49.

From Song of the South

  1. SOONER OR LATER. Ray Gilbert (w) -- Charles Wolcott (m). Saintly-Joy, New York: 1946. 2 pp.
  2. UNCLE REMUS SAID. Johnny Lange, Hy Heath, and Eliot Daniel (w & m). Saintly-Joy, New York: 1946. 4 pp.
  3. ZIP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH. Ray Gilbert (w) -- Allie Wrubel (m). Saintly-Joy, New York: 1946. 2 pp.

From The Three Caballeros

  1. BAIA. Ray Gilbert (w) -- Ary Barroso (m). Southern Music Publishing, New York: 1939. 4 pp. Cover photo: Aurora Miranda, Carmen Molina, Dora Luz.
  2. YOU BELONG TO MY HEART. Ray Gilbert (w) -- Agustin Lara (m). LaSalle Publishers, New York: 1941. 2 pp.

From Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?

  1. WHO'S AFRAID OF THE BIG BAD WOLF? Frank E. Churchill and Ann Ronell (w & m). Irving Berlin, Inc., New York: 1933. 4 pp. Cover inscription: Anne Kirk.

Lew Dockstader and his Minstrels (Large Format)

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  1. I'D RATHER BE A LAMP-POST IN NEW YORK TOWN. Sam Lewis (w) -- Joel P. Corin (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1906. 3 pp.
  2. IT WAS THE DUTCH. Vincent Bryan (w) -- J.B. Mullen (m). Whitney-Warner Pub. Co., Detroit: 1903. 4 pp. Cover photo: Lew Dockstader.
  3. SHE WAS A GOOD OLD SOUL. Raymond A. Browne (w) -- Theodore Morse (m). F.B. Haviland Pub. Co., New York: 1904. 3 pp. Cover photo: Gra. F. Weller.
  4. SHOVELLIN' COAL. Jean C. Havez (w & m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York: 1906. 3 pp.
  5. SWEET JULIENNE. Jean C. Havez (w & m). Lew Dockstader Music Pub. Co., New York: 1906. 4 pp. Cover photos: Lew Dockstader and his daughter Mildred Havlin Dockstader.

The Dolly Sisters (Large Format)

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From the production His Bridal Night

  1. DANCE, O' THE DOLLYS. Milton Alger (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 8166-3. New York: 1916. 3 pp. Cover photo: The Dolly Sisters.
  2. HEAVENLY TWINS. Stanley Murphy (w) -- Henry I. Marshall (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 275-4. New York: 1916. 4 pp. Cover photo: The Dolly Sisters.

From the production League Of Nations

  1. I LOVE, THOU LOVEST. Augustus Barratt & John Murray Anderson (w) -- Augustus Barratt (m). Herman Darewski Music Publishing Co., London: 1921. 4 pp.

From the production The Merry Countess

  1. THE TANGO DANCE. Melville Ellis (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 12730-4. New York: 1912. 4 pp. Cover photo: The Dolly Sisters and Martin Brown.

From Oh Look!

  1. MY ISLE OF GOLDEN DREAMS. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Blaufuss (m). Jerome Remick, 886-4. New York, 1919. 5 pp.
  2. TELL ME WHY (I'd Like To Know The Reason Why). Richard Coburn (w) -- Vincent Rose (m). Jerome Remick, 786-4. New York, 1919. 5 pp. Illustration: Frederick S. Manning.

Walter Donaldson (Modern Format)

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From the production Big Boy

  1. ON THE Z-R-3. Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Henry Waterson Inc., 1609-4. New York: 1924. 4 pp. Cover text: As introduced by Al Jolson, with his photograph.

From the William Fox Musical Movietone Cameo Kirby

  1. ROMANCE. Edgar Leslie (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 65-3. New York: 1929. 3 pp. Cover text: With J. Harold Murray and Norma Terris.

From the MGM picture Here Comes The Band

  1. TENDER IS THE NIGHT. Harold Adamson (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1335-3. 3 pp. Cover text: With Ted Lewis and His Orchestra.

From the MGM picture Hollywood Party

  1. FEELIN' HIGH. Walter Donaldson & Howard Dietz (w & m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1139-3. New York: 1934. 3 pp.
  2. I'VE HAD MY MOMENTS. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1115-3. New York: 1934. 3 pp.

From the United Artist picture Kid Millions

  1. AN EARFUL OF MUSIC. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1194-3. New York: 1934. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Eddie Cantor.
  2. OKAY TOOTS. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1196-3. New York: 1934. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Eddie Cantor.
  3. WHEN MY SHIP COMES IN. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1169-3. New York: 1934. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Eddie Cantor.

From the MGM picture Love

  1. THAT MELODY OF LOVE. Howard Dietz (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Leo Feist Inc., 6029-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover text: Featuring John Gilbert and Greta Garbo, with a still from the film.

From the MGM picture Love Me Or Leave Me

  1. LOVE ME OR LEAVE ME. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Bregman, Vocco & Conn Inc., 804. New York: 1928. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Doris Day and James Cagney.

From the Universal picture Million Dollar Ransom

  1. YOU'LL NEVER KNOW. Walter Donaldson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1176-3. New York: 1934. 3 pp. Cover text: With Phillips Holmes, Edward Arnold and Mary Carlisle.

From the MGM picture Operator 13

  1. SLEEPY HEAD. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1137-3. New York: 1934. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Marion Davies and Gary Cooper, with their photograph.

From the MGM picture Riptide

  1. RIPTIDE. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH1125-3. New York: 1934. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Norma Shearer and Robert Montgomery, with Shearer's photograph.

From the MGM picture Suzy

  1. DID I REMEMBER. Harold Adamson (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Leo Feist Inc., 6822-3. New York: 1936. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Jean Harlow, with Franchot Tone and Cary Grant, with their photographs.

From the Musical comedy Sweetheart Time

  1. MARIAN. Ballard MacDonald (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Harms Inc., 7564-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp.
  2. ONE WAY STREET. Ballard MacDonald (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Harms Inc., 7580-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp.

From the production Troubles of 1923

  1. LITTLE ROVER (Don't Forget To Come Back Home). Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York: 1923. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by George Jessel, with his photograph.

From the RKO Radio picture That's Right, You're Wrong

  1. I'M FIT TO BE TIED. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 7166-3. New York: 1939. 3 pp.

From the Paraount production Warming Up

  1. OUT OF THE DAWN. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 10-3. New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover photo: Richard Dix.

From Columbia pictures What's Buzzin' Cousin

  1. NEVADA. Walter Donaldson & Mort Greene (w & m). Dorsey Borthers Music Inc., New York: 1943. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Ann Miller, Rochester and John Hubbard.

From the Ed Wynn Carnival

  1. MY SAHARA ROSE. Grant Clark (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1923. 3 pp.
Popular Music
  1. (What Can I Say) AFTER I SAY IM SORRY? Walter Donaldson & Abe Lyman (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 5749-3. New York: 1926. 3 pp.
  2. AT SUNDOWN. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 5936-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp.
  3. BAMBOO BAY. Walter Donaldson, Raymond B. Egan & Richard A. Whiting (w & m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 190-4. New York: 1922. 4 pp.
  4. BECAUSE MY BABY DON'T MEAN "MAYBE" NOW. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 2-3. New York: 1928. 3 pp.
  5. BESIDE A BABBLING BROOK. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Jerome H. Remick Inc., 340-4. New York: 1923. 4 pp.
  6. BUT I DO--YOU KNOW I DO. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  7. DON'T CRY FRENCHY, DON'T CRY. Joe Young & Sam M. Lewis (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 884-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  8. FOR MY SWEETHEART. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 201-4. New York: 1926. 4 pp.
  9. GEORGIA. Howard Johnson (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Leo Feist Inc., 4997-3 New York: 1922. 3 pp.
  10. HELLO BEAUTIFUL. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 111-3. New York: 1931. 3 pp.
  11. HELLO! GORGEOUS. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 150-3. New York: 1932. 3 pp.
  12. HE'S THE LAST WORD. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Leo Feist Inc., 5928-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp.
  13. HIAWATHA'S LULLABY. Joe Young (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 178-2. New York: 1932. 2 pp.
  14. HOW 'YA GONNA KEEP 'EM DOWN ON THE FARM. Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 875-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  15. IF YOU SEE SALLY. Gus Kahn & Ray Egan (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Leo Feist Inc., 5931-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp.
  16. I'LL BE HAPPY WHEN THE PREACHER MAKES YOU MINE. Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Inc., 941-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  17. IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT. Billy Rose (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1925. 4 pp. Cover text: Featured by Harold Leonard and his Orchestra, with his photograph.
  18. IT MADE YOU HAPPY. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 5892-3. New York: 1926. 3 pp.
  19. I WONDER WHERE MY BABY IS TO-NIGHT. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1925. 4 pp. Cover text: Featured by Pete Dale, with his photograph.
  20. JUST ONCE AGAIN. Walter Donaldson & Paul Ash (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 5979-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover photo: Paul Ash.
  21. LAZY LOU'SIANA MOON. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 68-3. New York: 1930. 3 pp.
  22. LET'S TALK ABOUT MY SWEETIE. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Leo Feist Inc., 5774-3. New York: 1926. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by G. Underhill Macy and J. William Scott, two aces of harmonistic humor with their photograph.
  23. LITTLE WHITE LIES. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 89-3. New York: 1930. 3 pp. Cover text: Successfully featured by Vincent Lopez, with his photograph.
  24. LOU'SIANA. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Jerome H. Remick& Co., 365-4. New York: 1923. 4 pp.
  25. MINDIN' MY BUS'NESS. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1923. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Janton Sisters, with their photograph.
  26. MY OHIO HOME. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Leo Feist Inc., 6024-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp.
  27. NEVER A DAY GOES BY. Walter Donaldson, Peter De Rose & Mitchell Parish (w & m). Miller Music Inc., 571-2. New York: 1943. 2 pp. Cover text: Featured by Helen O'Connell, with her photograph.
  28. OH BABY (Don't Say No, Say Maybe). Bud G. De Silva (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1924. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Harry Spindler and His Orchestra, with their photograph.
  29. OH! THE WOMAN IN ROOM 13. Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 948-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  30. OH! THE WOMAN IN ROOM 13. Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 948-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  31. ON THE 'GIN' 'GIN' GINNY SHORE. Edgar Leslie (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1922. 3 pp. Cover: Photograph of Miss Adele Rowland.
  32. SEVEN OR ELEVEN (My Dixieland Pair O' Dice). Lew Brown (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1923. 3 pp.
  33. SING ME A BABY SONG. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Leo Feist Inc., 5974-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp.
  34. SMARTY PANTS. Johnny Mercer (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 1896-3. New York: 1939. 3 pp.
  35. SOME SUNNY DAY. Arthur J. Jackson (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 707-2. New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  36. SWANEE BUTTERFLY. Billy Rose (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 925-4. New York: 1925. 4 pp.
  37. SWEET JENNIE LEE. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 103-3-1. New York: 1930. 3 pp.
  38. THAT'S WHY I LOVE YOU. Walter Donaldson & Paul Ash (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 5837-3. New York: 1926. 3 pp. Cover text: Introduced and featured by Paul Ash, with his photograph.
  39. THERE AIN'T NO MAYBE IN MY BABY'S EYES. Gus Kahn & Raymond Egan (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Villa Moret Inc., New York: 1926. 4 pp. Cover text: The biggest hit I've played in years--Paul Ash, with his photograph.
  40. A THOUSAND GOOD NIGHTS. Walter Donaldson (w & m). MGM Corp., SH 1119-3. New York: 1934. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Val Olman and his Continental Orchestra, with his photograph.
  41. THERE MUST BE A SILVER LINING. Dolly Morse (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Leo Feist Inc., 6047-3. New York: 1928. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Herb Wiedoeft and His orchestra, with his photograph.
  42. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR MARY? Walter Donaldson (w & m). Leo Feist Inc., 6028-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Al Kvale and His orchestra, with his photograph.
  43. WHEN THE BEES MAKE HONEY DOWN IN SUNNY ALABAM'. Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York: 1919. 2 pp.
  44. WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE. Walter Donaldson and Walter Blaufuss (w & m). Forster Music, Chicago, 1926. 3 pp. Cover photo: Tito Schipa.
  45. WHERE THE BAMBOO BABIES GROW. Lew Brown (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1922. 4 pp.
  46. WITHOUT THAT GAL. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 121-3. New York: 1931. 3 pp.
  47. YOU LOOK GOOD TO ME. Billy Rose (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Bregman, Vocco & Conn Inc., 317-3. New York: 1938. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Horace Heidt, with his photograph.
  48. YOU'RE DRIVING ME CRAZY. Walter Donaldson (w & m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 108-4. New York: 1930. 4 pp.
  49. YOU'RE TELLING ME. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble Inc., 160-2. New York: 1932. 2 pp.
  50. YOU'VE FOT EV'RYTHING. Gus Kahn (w) -- Walter Donaldson (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 1027-3. New York: 1933. 3 pp. Cover text: Featured by Gertrude Niesen, with her photograph.

Louise Dresser and/or Paul Dresser (Large Format)

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From the musical play The Candy Shop

  1. OH, YOU CANDY KID. Bob Adams & John L. Golden (w & m). Chas. K. Harris, New York: 1909. 3 pp. Cover photo: Louise Dresser.

From the production The Girls of Gottenberg

  1. I REMEMBER YOU. Vincent Bryan (w) -- Harry Von Tilzer (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1908. 4 pp. Cover photo: Louise Dresser.

From the musical comedy Have a Heart

  1. COME OUT OF THE KITCHEN. James Kendis & Charles Bayha (w & m). Kendis Music Corp., New York: 1916. 2 pp. Cover photo: Louise Dresser.

From the musical comedy A Lovely Liar

  1. IF THE MAN IN THE MOON WOULD SPEAK. Junie McCree (w) -- Will L. Becker (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 12280. 5 pp. Cover photo: Louise Dresser. Back cover missing.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture My Gal Sal

  1. MR. VOLUNTEER. Paul Dresser (w & m). Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., New York: 1942. 3 pp. Cover photo: Rita Hayworth.

Popular Music

  1. I WONDER WHERE SHE IS TO-NIGHT. Paul Dresser (w & m). Howley, Haviland & Co., New York: 1899. 4 pp. Cover text: Sung with great success by Geo. B. Alexander, with his photograph.
  2. JUST TELL THEM THAT YOU SAW ME. Paul Dresser (w & m). Howley, Havilan & Co., New York: 1895. 3 pp.
  3. MY GAL SAL. Paul Dresser (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York: 1905. 3 pp. Cover photo: Louise Dresser.
  4. WHEN I'M AWAY FROM YOU, DEAR. Paul Dresser (w & m). Howley, Dresser Co., New York: 1904. 4 pp. Cover photo: Jessie Bartlett Davis.

Marie Dressler (Large Format)

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From the production Courted Into Court

  1. THE DAUGHTER OF THE LEADER OF THE BAND. Sigmund B. Alexander (w) -- Summit L. Hecht (m). White-Smith Music Pub. Co., 10440-4. Boston: 1897. 4 pp. Cover photo: Marie Dressler and cast.

From the production Miss Print

  1. SWEET SATURDAY NIGHT. C.W. James (w) -- J.B. Mullen (m). Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York: 1900. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marie Dressler.

From the production Tillie's Nightmare

  1. KIND MOON MAN. John L. Golden (w & m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, New York: 1910. 3 pp. Cover photo: Marie Dressler.

Popular Music

  1. MARIE DRESSLER BALLAD. Frank K. Miller (w & m). Frank K. Miller, Philadelphia: 1934. 3 pp. Professional copy.

Vernon Duke (Vladimir Dukelsky) (Modern Format)

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From the Warner Bros. picture April in Paris

  1. APRIL IN PARIS. E.Y. Harburg (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 8889-4. New York: 1948. 4 pp. Cover photo: Doris Day and Ray Bolger.
  2. GIVE ME YOUR LIPS. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 2067-2. New York: 1952. 2 pp. Cover photo: Doris Day and Ray Bolger.

From the musical comedy Banjo Eyes

  1. DON'T LET IT HAPPEN AGAIN. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Robbins Music Corp., 2291-4. New York: 1941. 4 pp.
  2. I ALWAYS THINK OF SALLY. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Robbins Music Corp., 2283-3. New York: 1941. 3 pp. Advance artist copy.
  3. I'LL TAKE THE CITY. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Robbins Music Corp., 2303-6. New York: 1942. 6 pp.
  4. MY SONG WITHOUT WORDS. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Robbins Music Corp., 2281-3. New York: 1941. 3 pp. Advance artist copy.
  5. A NICKEL TO MY NAME. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Robbins Music Corp., New York: n.d. 3 pp. Photocopy.
  6. NOT A CARE IN THE WORLD. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Robbins Music Corp., 2288-4. New York: 1941. 4 pp. Advance artist copy.
  7. WE'RE HAVING A BABY (My Baby And Me). Harold Adamson (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Robbins Music Corp., 2333-3. New York: 1942. 3 pp. Cover photo: Eddie Cantor and June Clyde.

From the Musical Cabin in the Sky

  1. CABIN IN THE SKY. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Miller Music Corp., 459-3. New York: 1940. 3 pp.
  2. DO WHAT YOU WANNA DO. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Miller Music Corp., 458-3. New York: 1940. 3 pp.

From the MGM picture Cabin in the Sky

  1. CABIN IN THE SKY. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Miller Music Corp., 7382-3. New York: 1940. 3 pp.
  2. CABIN IN THE SKY. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Miller Music Corp., 7382-3. New York: 1940. 3 pp.
  3. TAKING A CAHNCE ON LOVE. John Latouche & Ted Fetter (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Leo Feist Inc., 7369-3. New York: 1940. 3 pp.

From the production The Garrick Gaieties

  1. I AM ONLY HUMAN AFTER ALL. Ira Gershwin & E.Y. Harburg (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 308-5. New York: 1930. 5 pp.

From the production Jackpot

  1. I'VE GOT A ONE TRACK MIND. Howard Dietz (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). T.B. Harms Co., 681-3. New York: 1944. 3 pp. Photocopy.
  2. WHAT HAPPENED. Howard Dietz (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). T.B. Harms Co., 1284-4. New York: 1943. 4 pp. Photocopy.

From the musical The Littlest Revue

  1. BORN TOO LATE. Ogden Nash (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Saunders Pub. Inc., 109-4. New York: 1956. 4 pp.
  2. MADLY IN LOVE. Ogden Nash (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Saunders Pub. Inc., 110-3. New York: 1956. 3 pp.
  3. YOU'RE FAR FROM WONDERFUL. Ogden Nash (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Saunders Pub. Inc., 113-4. New York: 1956. 4 pp.

From the MGM picture Remains to Be Seen

  1. TAKING A CHANCE ON LOVE. John Latouche & Ted Fetter (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Miller Music Corp., 7369-3. New York: 1940. 3 pp.

From the production Sadie Thompson

  1. IF YOU CAN'T GET THE LOVE YOU WANT. Howard Dietz (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York: 1944. 2 pp.
  2. LIFE'S A FUNNY PRESENT FROM SOMEONE. Howard Dietz (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York: 1944. 2 pp. Photocopy.
  3. THE LOVE I LONG FOR. Howard Dietz (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York: 1944. 3 pp.
  4. POOR AS A CHURCHMOUSE. Howard Dietz (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York: 1944. 3 pp. Professional copy.
  5. SAILING AT MIDNIGHT. Howard Dietz (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York: 1944. 3 pp. Professional copy.
  6. WHEN YOU LIVE ON AN ISLAND. Howard Dietz (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Paramount Music Corp., New York: 1944. 2 pp. Professional copy.

From the musical The Show is On

  1. NOW. Ted Fetter (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 667-5. New York: 1936. 5 pp. Cover photo: Beatrice Lillie and Bert Lahr.

From the musical comedy Sweet Bye and Bye

  1. LOW AND LAZY. Ogden Nash (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 1359-4. New York: 1946. 4 pp. Advance copy.

From the production Thumbs Up!

  1. AUTUMN IN NEW YORK. Vernon Duke (w & m). Harms Inc., 561-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp.
  2. AUTUMN IN NEW YORK. Vernon Duke (w & m). Harms Inc., 561-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp.

From the musical revue Two's Company

  1. OUT OF A CLEAR BLUE SKY. Ogden Nash (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Remick Music Corp., 3695-3. New York: 1952. 3 pp.
  2. ROUND ABOUT. Ogden Nash (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 1362-4. New York: 1952. 4 pp. Professional copy.

From the revue Walk a Little Faster

  1. APRIL IN PARIS. E.Y. Harburg (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 8889-4. New York: 1932. 4 pp.
  2. A PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS. E.Y. Harburg (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 8887-3. New York: 1932. 3 pp.
  3. WHERE HAVE WE MET BEFORE? E.Y. Harburg (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 8888-4. New York: 1932. 6 pp.
  4. WHERE HAVE WE MET BEFORE? E.Y. Harburg (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 8888-4. New York: 1932. 6 pp. Photocopy.

From the light opera Zenda

  1. LET HER NOT BE BEAUTIFUL. Martin Charnin (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1963. 4 pp.
  2. THE NIGHT IS FILLED WITH WONDERFUL SOUNDS. Martin Charnin (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York: 1963. 2 pp.

Popular Music

  1. APRIL IN PARIS. Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 974-3. New York: 1941. 3 pp.
  2. AUTUMN IN NEW YORK. Vernon Duke (m). Harms Inc., 1732-4. New York: 1949. 4 pp.
  3. BROOKLYN BACAROLLE (Piano Solo). Sprague-Coleman Inc., 226-3. New York: 1943. 3 pp.
  4. HOMAGE TO BOSTON (Suite for Piano Solo). Vladimir Dukelsky (m). Sprague-Coleman Inc., 227-14. New York: 1943. 14 pp.
  5. I CAN'T GET STARTED. Ira Gershwin (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Chappell & Co. Inc., 548-4. New York: 1935. 4 pp. Cover photo: Ginny Simms.
  6. NOT A CARE IN THE WORLD. John Latouche (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Robbins Music Corp., 2288-4. New York: 1941. 4 pp.
  7. SAILING AT MIDNIGHT. Howard Dietz (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). Paramount music Corp., New York: 1944. 3 pp. Photocopy.
  8. SURREALIST SUITE. Vladimir Dukelsky (m). Sprague-Coleman Inc., 143-17. New York: 1940. 17 pp.
  9. THIS IS ROMANCE. Edward Heyman (w) -- Vernon Duke (m). T.B. Harms Co., 350-4. New York: 1933. 4 pp.
  10. THREE CAPRICES. Vladimir Dukelsky (m). Carl Fischer Inc., 29705-10. New York: 1944. 10 pp.
  11. WHAT IS THERE TO SAY. Vernon Duke (m). T.B. Harms Co., 928-4. New York: 1957. 4 pp.

Requests for information about this collection should be directed to the Department of Special Collections and Archives.

 

 
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