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The Katherine Mahan Collection (MC 165)

 

Biographical Note

According to her obituary Katherine H. Mahan was born June 16, 1920 in Pontotoc, Mississippi to Terrell and David Hines.  She graduated from South Side High School in 1938.  She graduated from the New Orleans Baptist Seminary in 1948, and then received her BA in music from Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma.   She earned her master's degree in 1964 at Peabody University in Nashville and her PhD at Florida State University in 1967.

Dr. Mahan was a member of the National Federation of Music Clubs where she served as National Vice President, and all of the state-level positions.  She was also a member of the National Federation of American Pen Women where she served as Vice President at the national level, and as President of both the state and local level.  She was also active in the Orpheus Club of Music in Columbus, and a member of the choir of the First Baptist Church of Columbus. She was also the author of From Show Boats to Soft Shoes: 100 Years of Music in Columbus Georgia, 1828-1928 and the co-author of A History of Public Schools in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia: A Social History of Education in Muscogee County, 1828-1976.

She married Joseph Buford Mahan, Jr. in 1956 at Rose Hill Baptist Church in Columbus, Georgia.  She taught briefly at Central High School in Phenix City, Alabama before beginning her career 1958 as a professor at the University of Georgia Extension Classes in Columbus.  This later became Columbus College and still later Columbus State University, from which she retired in 1991. She died on November 2, 2001 and is buried in Parkhill Cemetery.

Scope and Content

The collection is divided into the following series:

Series 1 – Personal. Personal materials includes correspondence (letters, brochures, church and concert programs, diaries/appointment calendars, and dissertation materials. These papers are arranged chronologically, with undated material in the last folder of the section.  Materials which can be assigned to a given year were filed at the end of that year. (1 Box)

Series 2 – Clubs and Organizations (2.5 Box)

Series 3 – Newspaper Clippings (.5 Box)

Series 4 – Professional. Dr. Mahan's professional papers consist of the following types of materials:  Teaching; Research; Publications; Columbus College/Columbus State University. (5 Boxes)

Series 5 – Artifacts (2 Boxes)

Series 6 – Records (3 Boxes)

Series 7 – Photos/Slides (Unprocessed) (8 Boxes)

Series 8 – Audio recordings (Unprocessed) (3 Boxes)

Series 9 – Sheet Music (9 Boxes)

Series 10 – Scrapbooks (2 Boxes)

Dates:  1920-2001                                                                          Volume:  36 boxes (36 l.f.)

Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Katherine H. Mahan Papers must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University.  Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

Katherine H. Mahan Papers (MC 165)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia

Provenance

Gift of Dr. Mahan's niece, Donna Blasko, in 2001.  Prior to Ms. Blasko's donation, Dr. Mahan had donated the sheet music in Series 9, Box 1 to the archives in 1994.  She had received this  sheet music from Mrs. Myrtta J. Icard for this purpose.

Note to Researchers

See also:

Joseph B. Mahan Collection (MC 32)

Box and Folder List

Series 1 -- Personal

Box 1

Folder 1 – Correspondence, 1920-1955

     This folder contains information on Katie Hines' (Dr. Katherine H. Mahan's) early life, her school reports, music, church bulletins and music programs, Southwest Baptist College Choir tours and Rose Hill Baptist Church in Columbus Georgia among other subjects.

Folder 2 – Correspondence, 1956

     The bulk of this folder consists of letters from Katharine Hines to her fiancée, Joseph B. Mahan, while she was away from Columbus taking summer classes at George Peabody in Nashville.  It also includes their marriage certificate.

Folder 3 – Correspondence, 1957-1962

     This contains information on her early married life, her application to Columbus College (later Columbus State University), and a copy of The Gallant city: A Historical Drama by Clay Lacy and Tom Sellers.

Folder 4 – Correspondence, 1963-1967

     This includes information on her graduate studies and PhD dissertation from Florida State University, and research on the early music of Columbus, Georgia.

Folder 5 – Correspondence, 1968-1969

     This covers a production of Truman Capote's Grass Harp at the Springer Theatre which included a performance by Dr. Mahan as Mrs. County, and the publication of From Showboats to Soft Shoe: A History of Music in Columbus from 1828 to 1928, based on her dissertation.

Folder 6 – Correspondence, 1970-1972

     This contains references to the Dixie Council of Authors & Journalists; Showboats; the Piano Technicians Guild; and programs of various musical events.

Folder 7 – Correspondence, 1973

     This period covers the 25th reunion of her Southside High School graduating class of 1938 in Memphis, Tennessee; and lectures.

Folder 8 – Correspondence, 1974

     This primarily deals with her first research trip to India in June and July of 1974.

Folder 9 – Correspondence, 1975

     This covers her work on the Bicentennial Committee of Columbus, the Mahans' sponsorship of various foreign families who came to Ft. Benning for training, and the re-zoning of a part of Warm Springs Road that affected their property.

Folder 10 – Correspondence, 1976

     This folder contains information on the concluding work on the Bicentennial Committee, as well as the Bicentennial events themselves, and the preparations for her research trip to Pakistan early in the following year.

Folder 11 – Correspondence, 1977

     The bulk of this folder covers Joe and Katie Mahan's research trip to Pakistan from January through June of 1977.

Folder 12 – Correspondence, 1978-1979

     This folder contains information on Katie Mahan's second research fellowship to study music in Pakistan from July-September of 1978, as well as her activities after her return.

Folder 13 – Correspondence, 1980-1981

     This contains information about her daily activities, as well as her final research trip to Pakistan in 1981.

Folder 14 – Correspondence, 1982-1985

     This folder concerns her daily activities, her attendance at various musical events, both local and further afield and lectures given.

Folder 15 – Correspondence, 1986

     This covers the Fourth International Congress for Women in Music, her acting as a judge in music competitions, thank-you notes from the Schwob Library for donations to the music collection, her program for Cats at the Shubert Theatre in Boston, and various church bulletins, as well as a bitter letter from a former student on hers from when she taught at Central High School in Phenix City, Alabama.

Folder 16 – Correspondence, 1987-1988

     This covers her research trip to Oxford, England to study Handel in 1988, the Jazz Festival in Cuthbert, Georgia, the Urban League of Columbus, Georgia, and a production of Oliver at the Springer Theatre.

Folder 17 – Correspondence, 1989-1990

     This primarily concerns her preparations for retirement in 1990, the retirement itself and her post-retirement activities.

Folder 18 – Correspondence, 1991-1992

     This includes her activities after retirement, her continued involvement with the Springer Theatre and the University, and programs for various musicals, concerts and operas she attended

Folder 19 – Correspondence, 1993-2001

     This documents her activities in her later years as well as copies of the program of her funeral, held on November 6, 2001.

Folder 20 – Correspondence, nd

     These are undated materials, including some note from Katie Mahan to her husband Joe, signed "Kat" and with a sketch of a dog.

Folder 21 – Certificates, Awards and Diplomas, 1949-1993

Folder 22 – Diaries/Appointment Calendars, 1970, 1972, 1976

Folder 23 – Diaries/Appointment Calendars, January –May, 1977

     This covers Dr. Mahan's trip to Pakistan for research on music of the sub-continent.

Folder 24 – Diaries/Appointment Calendars, July –September, 1978 and scattered dates in the 1980s.

     This mostly covers Dr. Mahan's final trip to Pakistan for research on music of the sub-continent, with some additional notes added in later years.

Folder 25 – Diaries/Appointment Calendars, 1980-1981, 1983

Folder 26 – Diaries/Appointment Calendars, 1984-1985, 1990-1991.


Series 2 – Music Clubs and Organizations


Box 1

Folder 1 – Columbus Symphony Orchestra, 1975-1993 and nd

Folder 2 – Georgia Federation of Music Clubs – Convention and Meeting Bulletins, 1948-1958

Folder 3 – Georgia Federation of Music Clubs – Convention and Meeting Bulletins, 1959-1965

Folder 4 – Georgia Federation of Music Clubs – Convention and Meeting Bulletins, 1966-1996

     This folder contains scattered issues of the Bulletins and other material.

Folder 5 – Georgia Federation of Music Clubs – Manuals, 1966-1968, 1971-1973, 1970

Folder 6 – Georgia Federation of Music Clubs – Manuals, 1987-1989, 1995-1997

Folder 7 – Georgia Federation of Music Clubs, 1970-1978

Folder 8 – Georgia Federation of Music Clubs, 1980-1993

Folder 9 -- Music Clubs and Organizations, 1976, 1990s

Folder 10 – National Federation of Music Clubs, 1970-1975

Folder 11 – National Federation of Music Clubs, 1976-1977

Folder 12 – National Federation of Music Clubs, 1982-1996 & nd

Folder 13 – National Federation of Music Clubs – Bulletins, 1985-1993

Folder 14 – National Federation of Music Clubs – Handbooks, 1982-1995

Box 2

Folder 1 – National Federation of Music Clubs – Manuals, 1970-1975

Folder 2 – National Federation of Music Clubs – Manuals, 1975-1979

Folder 3 – National Federation of Music Clubs – Manuals, 1979-1981

Folder 4 – National Federation of Music Clubs – Manuals, 1981-1983

Folder 5 – National Federation of Music Clubs – Manuals, 1987-1989

Folder 6 – National Federation of Music Clubs – Manuals, 1991-1993

Folder 7 – National Federation of Music Clubs – Manuals, 1994-1997

Folder 8 – Orpheus Club – Administration, 1970, 1984-1995

Folder 9 – Orpheus Club – Programs, 1900-1908, 1912-1920, 1929-1940

Folder 10 – Orpheus Club – Programs, 1941-1952, 1960-1984 (scattered)

     The 1970 program includes a short history of the club on the occasion of its Diamond Anniversary (75th year).

Folder 11 – Orpheus Club – Programs, 1995

     This is a VHS tape of the party at the Green Island Country Club on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Orpheus Club.

Folder 12 – Pen Women – Administration, 1969-1987

Folder 13 – Pen Women – Administration, 1988-1996 and nd

Folder 14 – Pen Women – Brochures and undated materials

Folder 15 – Pen Women – Pen Woman Magazine, 1973-1980

     This folder contains: May & June, 1973; November & December 1974; May 1976; March & December, 1978; February, March & May, 1979; and April, May & November, 1980

Folder 16 – Pen Women – Pen Woman Magazine, 1981-1982

     This folder contains: March, May, June, October, November & December, 1981; January, February March, April, May, October & November, 1982


Box 3

Folder 1 – Pen Women – Pen Woman Magazine, 1983-1985

     This folder contains: January, February, March, April, May, June, October & December, 1983; February, March, April, May, June, October & December, 1984; February & June, 1985

Folder 2 – Pen Women – Pen Woman Magazine, 1986-1990

     This folder contains: June, & October/November, 1986; September, October, November & December, 1987; February, April & May, 1988; November, 1990

Folder 3 – Pen Women – Pen Woman Magazine, 1993-2000

     This folder contains: March/April, May/June & September/October, 1993; October, 1994; January/February, 1998; December, 1999; January, 2000

Folder 4 – Pen Women – Roster and Bylaws, 1970/72-1984/86

Folder 5 – Pen Women – Roster and Bylaws, 1986/88-1992/94

Folder 6 – Society for Ethnomusicology (S.E.M.), 1978-1988

     This folder contains scattered issues of the S.E.M. Newsletter, programs, correspondence on presentations, and other materials relating to the organization.

Folder 7 – Society for Ethnomusicology (S.E.M.) – Journal & Directory, 1981-1991

Folder 8 – The Sonneck Society for American Music – Bulletins, Newsletters, Journals, 1978-1997

Folder 9 – The Sonneck Society for American Music – Membership Directories, 1977-1997

Folder 10 – Soroptimist Club – Columbus, Georgia, 1973-1975

Series 3 – Newspaper Clippings

Box 1

Folder 1 – City of Columbus, 1920s-1970s

Folder 2 – Columbus College, 1960s

Folder 3 – Katherine and Joe Mahan, 1960s-1970s

Folder 4 – Miscellaneous I, 1930s-1960s

Folder 5 – Miscellaneous II, 1920-1960s

Folder 6 – Music and Musicians I, 1920s-1960s

Folder 7 – Music and Musicians II, 1950s-1990s

Folder 8 – Obituaries, 1960s-19770s

Folder 9 – Reviews Written by Katherine Mahan, 1960s

Series 4 – Professional – Teaching/Research/Publications

Box 1

Folder 1 – Thesis – The Relationship of Rigidity and Learning in General Psychology, by Katherine Mahan, June 4, 1963

Folder 2 – Dissertation – History of Music in Columbus, Georgia: 1828-1928, by Katherine Hines Mahan, 1967

     Dr. Mahan's thesis is cataloged and available in the Archives Research Room under call number ML200.8.C6M3

Folder 3 – Dissertation – Draft, 1966

Folder 4 – Dissertation – Draft (typescript), pages 1-250, 1967

Folder 5 – Dissertation – Draft (typescript), pages 251-end, 1967

Folder 6 – Dissertation – Draft – Chapter I

Folder 7 – Dissertation – Chapters II and III

Folder 8 – Dissertation -- Chapter IV

Folder 9 – Dissertation – Chapters V and VI

Folder 10 – A History of Public Schools in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia: a Social History of Education in Muscogee County, 1828-1976, by Katherine Hines Mahan, 1977

     This shelved in the Archives Research Room under call number: LA263 .C6 1977

Folder 11 – A History of Public Schools – Draft I, 1975

Folder 12 – A History of Public Schools – Draft II, 1975

Folder 13 – A History of Public Schools – Draft III, 1975

Folder 14 – A History of Public Schools – Research Note Books 1 (?) & 2, 1970s

Folder 15 – A History of Public Schools – Research Note Books 3 & 5, 1970s

Folder 16 – A History of Public Schools – Research Note Books 6 & 7, 1970s

Box 2

Folder 1 – A History of Public Schools – Research Note Books 9 & 10, 1970s

Folder 2 – A History of Public Schools – Research Note Books Index, 1970s

Folder 3 – From Showboats to Soft Shoes: A Century of Musical Development in Columbus, Georgia, 1828-1928, by Katherine Hines Mahan

     This is shelved in the Archives Research Room under call number: ML200.8.C75 M3 1968

Folder 4 – Showboats to Soft Shoes – Draft, 1967

Folder 5 – Showboats to Soft Shoes – Research, 1967

Folder 6 – Showboats to Soft Shoes – Research II, 1967

Folder 7 – Showboats to Soft Shoes – Cash Book, 1968-1969

Folder 8 – Research – Eagle & Phenix Mills, 1880s-1970s

Folder 9 – Research – Gertrude "Ma" Rainey, 1970s-1990s

Folder 10 – Articles, Reviews, etc. I, 1970s-1990s

Folder 11 – Articles, Reviews, etc. II, 1970s-1990s

Folder 12 – Articles, Reviews, etc. III, 1970s-1990s

Folder 13 – Columbus College/Columbus State University, 1958-1970

Folder 14 – Columbus College/Columbus State University, 1971-1980

Folder 15 – Columbus College/Columbus State University, 1981-1985

Folder 16 – Columbus College/Columbus State University, 1986-1999

Folder 17 – Columbus College/Columbus State University, nd


Box 3

Research note cards I

Box4

Research note cards II

Box 5
Research note cards III and Rolodex cards

Series 5 – Artifacts


Box 1

Columbus Map, 1881

Xylophone

Edison Record Box

National Federation of Music Clubs 9th Anniversary, 1988

Pakistan's Plate (metal)

Department of the Army in Appreciation to Katherine H. Mahan, PhD for her Devoted Service as Armed Forces Chairperson Encouraging the Soldier Music Program Through the NFMC Annual Parade of America Music, 1981-1989 (plaque)

1982-83 Parade of American Music US Army Music and Theater Program to Katherine H. Mahan National Chairman, NFMC for your Selfless Contribution to the US Army (plaque)

Quincy Market (gravure)

Guitar strings

Lee, Original Art from Tennessee

2 Negatives (glass)

To Commemorate Georgia Consortium Faculty Development Seminar on India – At Osmania University, Hyderabad, June 16 to July 11, 1974 (metal plaque)

Bag

Muscogee County School District 1950-1867 – Columbus Muscogee County Georgia 1967 (wood plaque, 2 copies)

Comic towel – "Show Business" Laughing towel

"The Bulletin" Stamp (wood plaque)

Excellence Johanna Lange – Columbus GA 1887 (medal)

General Excellence – Columbus College, May 29, 1987 (medal)

Bag, For Kancheepuram Silk Sarees, Visit Srinivas Eco

5 pounds, Bank of England

Box 2

Stamps

In Appreciation from Hadassah, 1970 (wood plaque)

US Special Security Card – Benny Frank Hickman

Banca d'Italia, Mille Lire

Instituto Bancario 100

Postal Cards (gravures)

MAHAN (metal plaque)

1828-1978 – 150 Years Columbus GA (towel), By Mollie Mealings

The American Series: The Presidents (coins)

2 Crystal Ashtrays – Royal Crystal Rock, Italia

2 Egyptian plates (metaal

Oklahoma Baptist University Shawnee, 1910 (metal plate)

Glee Club Pins

Columbus, Georgia Sesquicentennial 1828-1978 (plate)

Concert choir 59-60 (metal plate)

Hand painted Chinese Fan

Crystal Vase

Key – Consolidated Government 1971

Metal Vase

Badges

Columbus College Car Tag

Gown and Hat

Various political stickers

Fan from the Folk/Art and Traditional Expressions of the Chattahoochee Valley event July 13 – October 13, 1996

Stones River National Battlefield (Tennessee) map

Series 6 – Records

Box 1

Ted Lewis and his Band - "Dallas Blues", "Royal Garden Blues" (78)

The Missourians Orchestra – "Ozark Mountain Blues"' "You'll Cry for me, But I'll be Gone" (78)

McKinney's Cotton Pickers – "Okay, Baby". "I Want a Little Girl" (78)

Noble Sissle and his International Orchestra – "The Old Ark is Movin", "Loveless Love" (78)

The Cotton Pickers –"Prince of Wails", "Jimtown Blues" (78)

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra –"Ol' Man River", "Make Believe" (78)

Glen Gray and his Casa Loma Orchestra – "Heat Wave", "Not for All the Rice in China" (78)

Joe Venuti and his Blue Four – "Mellow as a Cello", "Nothing but Notes" (78)

Jean Goldkette and his Orchestra – "Remember", "I Want to See my Tennessee" (78)

Tennessee Ten – "That Big Blond Mamma", "Sobbin' Blues" (78)

Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong – "Oops", "Necessary Evil" (78)

Hoagy Carmichael and his Orchestra – "One Morning in May", "Armful of Troubles" (78)

The Yellow Dog Blues – "Sobbin' Blues" (78)

The Westerners – "The Pay-Off", "My Pet" (78)

Kelly Harrel – "Butcher's Boy", "I Wish I Was a Single Girl Again" (78)

Frank Melrose – "Pass the Jug", "Jelly Roll Stomp" (78)

Black Swan Dance Orchestra – "Pretty Ways", "There Ain't No Nothin'" (78)

Eva Taylor – "She's Gone to Join the Song Birds", "May we Meet Again" (78)

Benny Goodman and his Boys – "Muskrat Ramble", "After A While" (78)

Duke Ellington and his Cotton Club Orchestra – "Misty Mornin'", "Saratoga Swing" (78)

Clarence Williams and his Washboard Band – "Top of the Town", "More Than That" (78)

Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – "The Mystery Song", "Moanin' Blues" (78)

Jimmie Noone's Apex club Orchestra – "My Monday Date", "Blues" (78)

Alabama Red Peppers – "The Drag", "Mary Ann" (78)

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra – "Mary", "Changes" (78)

Ted Lewis and his Band – "Milenberg Joys", "Tin Roof Blues" (78)

Count Basie – "My Old Flame", "Tom Thumb" (78)

Original Dixieland Jazz Band – "Mournin' Blues", "Clarinet Marmalade Blues" (78)

Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra – "Moten's Blues", "Let's Get It" (78)

Original Indiana Five – "I'd Rather Be Alone", "Pensacola" (78)

John Venuti's Blue Four – "Ragging the Scale", "Put and Take" (78)

The Cotton Pickers – "Mama Goes Where Papa Goes", "Walk, Jenny Walk" (78)

Billy Jones and Ernest Hare – "Who Takes Care of the Caretaker's Daughter", "If You Knew Susie" (78)

Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra – "Once in a While", "On the Sunny Side of the Street" (78)

Enrico Caruso – "Largo" (Handel), "The Lost Chord" (78)

Trinity Quartet – "The Crucifixion Could Ye Not Watch with Me", "The Crucifixion", "The Appeal of the Crucified" (78)

Boston Symphony Orchestra – "Wiener Blut-Walzer", "Voice of Spring Waltz" (78)

Criterion Quartet – "Medley of Foster Songs", "Virginia Minstrels" (78)

Ignace Jan Paderwski – "Hungarian Rhapsody" (78)

Dame Nellie Melba – "Old Folks at Home", "Annie Laurie" (78)

Emilio de Gorgorza – "Mother o" Mine", "Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes" (78)

Feodor Challapin – "The Prophet", "Song of the Volga Boatmen" (78)

Louise Homer – "Old Black Joe", "Love's Old Sweet Song" (78)

Dame Nellie Melba – "Oh, Lovely Night", "Good Bye" (78)

Tito Schipa – "Cancion Andaluza", "Ay, Ay, Ay" (78)

Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra – Toccata and Fugue in D Minor

Wagner Prelude – Part 1 and 2

Wagner Prelude – Part 3 and 4

Wagner Die Meistersinger -- "Overture" – Part 1 and 2

The Cleveland Orchestra – Finlandia

J.S. Bach – Brandenburg Concerto – Part 1 and 2

J.S. Bach – Brandenburg Concerto – Part 3 and 4

Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra – 1812 Overture – Part 1 and 2

Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra – 1812 Overture – Part 3 and 4

Boston "Pops" Orchestra – "Kamennol", "Ostrow" – Part 1 and 2

Boston "Pops" Orchestra – Poet and Peasant Overture – Part 1 and 2

"Kentucky Lullaby", "Waltz", "I'd Love to Call You my Sweetheart" (78)

Jack Shilkret's Orchestra – "You and I", "Will You Remember Me?" (78)

Victor Schrammel Orchestra – Vienna, Vanishing Fairy City (78)

Ray Miller and his Orchestra – "Moonlight and Roses", "Just a Little Drink" (78)

Nick Lucas – "Blue Haven", "Among my Souvenirs" (78)

Jack Shilkret's Orchestra – "Funny", "Croon a Little Lullaby" (78)

Victor Salon Orchestra – "Yearning", "When You and I Were Seventeen" (78)

Rudy Wiedoeft – "Kiss Me Again", "Valse Mazanetta" (78)

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra – "The Only Only One for Me", "Lucky Kentucky" (78)

Max Dolin's Orchestra – "Cielito Lindo", "La Golondrina" (78)

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra – "By the Waters of Minnetonka", "Meditation" from Thais (78)

Victor Salon Orchestra – "All Alone", "Memory Lane" (78)

The Great White Way Orchestra – "Oh Susanna", "Southern Melodies" (78)

Carl Fenton's Orchestra – "I Want to be Happy", "No, No, Nanette Medley" (78)

Hilo Hawaiian Orchestra – "Moana Chimes", "Waikiki is Calling Me" (78)

Ethel Waters – "Jersey Walk", "My Special Friend is Back in Town" (78)

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra – "Walla-Walla", "Dixie's Favorite Son" (78)

Alberto Salvi – "Mighty Lak'a Rose", "Last Rose of Summer" (78)

Mario Chamlee – "Out of the Dusk to You", "Moon Dream Shore" (78)

Nick Lucas – "I've Got the Girl", "Hello Bluebird" (78)

Virginia Rea – "Indian Love Call", "Giannina Mia" (78)

Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra – "Linger Awhile", "Hollywood" (78)

Jelly Roll Morton and his Red Hot Peppers – "Mushmouth Shuffle", "I'm Looking for a Little Blue Bird" (78)

Walter C. Kelly – Virginian Judge – Part 1 and 2

Box 2

Caruso – Rigoletto -- "Quartet"

Frances Alda, Enrico Caruso, Marcel Journet – Lombardi – "Qual Volutta"

Marcella Sembrich, G. Mario Sammarco – Rigoletto,"Tutte le Feste Al Tempio"

Jose Mardones – "Thou Who Grantest Inspiration" – Sicilian Vespers

Sembrich, Caruso, Scotti, Journet, Severina, Daddi – Lucia "Sextette"

Puccini – "Thou Sweetest Maiden" – Madame Butterfly

Verdi – Trovatore, "Miserere"

Farrar, Caruso, Journet and Mme Gilibert – Faust – "Eh Quoi Toujours Seule?"

Verdi – Trovatore – "Home to Our Mountains"

Trinity Mixed Quartet – "O'er Waiting Harpstrings", "O Gentle Presence"

Trinity choir – Messiah -- "Hallelujah Chorus", "Gloria from Twelfth Mass"

Victor Light Opera Company – Gems from I – Gems from Rio Rita

Marion Talley – Somnambula, "Could I Believe", "Oh, Recall Not One Earthly Sorrow"

Marion Talley – "Lo, Here the Gentle Lark", "Swiss Echo Song"

Marcella Sembrich – "Parla"

Marcella Sembrich – Faust -- "Air des Bijoux"

Marcella Sembrich – "Nightingale's Song"

Marcella Sembrich – Traviata

Marcella Sembrich – "Voce di Primavera"

Marcella Sembrich – Somnambula

Toti Dal Monte – Daughter of the Regiment

Toti Dal Monte – Lucia di Lammermoor – Part 1 and 2

Maria Ivogun – "Liebesfreud", "O Schoner Mai"

Emilio de Gorgorza – "God, My Father"

Alma Gluck, Louise Homer – "Crucifix"

Enrico Caruso – "Love Me or Not"

Ernestine Schumann-Heink – "Silent Night, Holy Night", "Christmas"

Ernestine Schumann-Heink – "Dreams"

Gabriella Besanzoni – "Love is Like a Wood Bird", "Dearest Ferdinand"

Louise Homer – Samson and Dalila

Mme. Homer, Miss Louise Homer – Stabat Mater, Quis Est Homo

The Opera Chorus – Cavalleria Rusticana

Wagner – Tristan und Isolde – Part 1 and 2

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra – "Now or Tomorrow" – Der Rosenkavalier

Emmy Destinn – "Suicide Only Remains"

Emmy Destinn – Verdi – Masked Ball

Frances Alda – "Suzanne's Secret"

Frances alda – Mefistofele

Frances Alda – BohemeCarmen

Richard Strauss – Elektra

Emma Calve – Carmen

Mme. Lillian Nordica – Soprano Solo – "Mandoline"

Mme. Lillian Nordica – "Hunyadi Laslos"

Mme. Lillian Nordica – Mignon

Johanna Gadski, Wagner – "Forgive"

Johanna Gadski – Don Giovanni

Box 3

The Trumpeteers – "I'll Fly Away", "Leave it in His Hand" (78)

The United States Armed Forces Bicentennial Band and Chorus, Washington DC – For This Dear Land, a Festival of American Music

Columbus Symphony Orchestra – Highlights of 1971/72 Season

Ma Rainey and her Georgia Jazz Band – 1924/28

War Eagle with Gary Sanders and Gusty Year out – Official Auburn Football Network Broadcast

Columbus Symphony Orchestra –Highlights from 1968/69 Season

Columbia Dance Orchestra – Old Favorites Waltz Medley – Part 1 and 2 (78)

Nora Bayes – "Freckles", "Everybody Calls Me Honey" (78)

Handy's Orchestra of Memphis – "A Bunch of Blues", "Moonlight Blues" (78)

George Meader – "Wonderful Pal", "Tell Me" (78)

Dinah Shore – "Dearly Beloved", "Why Don't You Fall in Love with Me?" (78)

Jimmy Dorsey – "Always in my Heart", "Last Night I Said a Prayer" (78)

Matt Keefe – "Mountain High", "The Strolling Yodler" (78)

Trio de Lutege – "Simple Aveu", "Orientale" (78)

Rosa Ponselle – "Good-Bye!"

Eugen Ysaye – Ave Maria

Columbus Museum of Arts and Sciences – Traditional Music of the Chattahoochee River Valley

Louisiana the Right to Profit State and All That Jazz Strikes Again

Columbus College Music Department and Community Chorus Presents – The Messiah, November 30, 1975

The Senior Choir and Orchestra – First Baptist Church Columbus, GA Presents – A German Requiem

Angel Records – Vocal Medley

Ma Rainey

Eleanor Passmore – "Night Song" – Part 1, 7/16/48

Vintage Theater Styles – "I've got a Feeling I'm Falling" (45)

Connecticut Valley Youth Wind Ensemble (45)

Joseph Machlis – The Instruments of the Orchestra (45) – Part 1 and 2

Joseph Machlis – The Instruments of the Orchestra (45) – Part 3 and 4

Joseph Machlis – The Instruments of the Orchestra (45) – Part 5 and 6

Ferdinand Himmelreich – O Sole Mio (78)

Fred Van Eps – Omena (78)

Vickie Renee Long – "I Never Want You to Go", "Young Girls on the Avenue" (45)

Choral Anthems – Demonstration Recording Excerpts from the Following: Surrender AllStanding on the Promises (45)

Traditional Melodies of "Koto" Japan (45)

Invitation to Listening: Introduction to Music (45)

Robert Chambers – Puccini: Tosca – Leigh: Man of la Mancha (45)

Traditional Musical Instruments in Japan (45)

Concert Band Sampler, Wisconsin State University – A Tribute to Stephen Foster (45)

Selected Melodies in Japanese Koto Music (44)

A Study of Jazz (45)

 

Series 7 – Photos/Slides

These 9 boxes of images are unprocessed. They include slides, photographs and negatives of the Mahans' lives, their travels and professional occasions.

Box 1

Box 2

Box 3

Box 4

Box 5

Box 6

Box 7

Box 8

Series 8 – Tapes

These sound recordings are unprocessed. They contain recordings of the field research trips of both the Mahans, as well as other unknown occasions.

Box 1

Box 2

Box 3

Series 9 – Sheet Music

Box 1

Folder 1 -- "Commencement of March" – by W.M. Treloar (1883)

Folder 2 – "Twenty-Four Studies for the Piano" – H. Bertini (1892)

Folder 3 – Andrew Female College, Guthbert, GA (1854)

Folder 4 – "Venezia" – Ethelbert Nevin (1898)

Folder 5 – "De Coontown Cake Walk" – by Martin Thornley

Folder 6 – "Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet" – words by Stanley Murphy – Music by Percy Wenrich (MCMIX)

Folder 7 – "Maple Leaf Rag" – By Scott Joplin (1899)

Folder 8 – "Miserere" from Il Trovatore – Rearranged from Verdi's Grand Opera by H. Engelmann (1902)

Folder 9 – "The Old Cathedral Chimes" – By Samuel H. Speck (MCMV)

Folder 10 – "Sacred Song Medley" – By J.S. Fearis (MCMVI)

Folder 11 – "The Rosary" – Words by Cameron Rogers – Music by Georgia B. Welles (1902)

Folder 12 – "Falling Star, a Reverie" – By Ben J. Richmond (MCMIII)

Folder 13 – The Bells of Corneville, Opera Comique in 3 Acts – By Robert Blanquette (1907)

Folder 14 – "A Quaint Story" – By Kathleen A. Roberts (MCMVII)

Folder 15 – "That Old Fashioned Mother of Mine" – Lyric by J. Will Callahan – Music by Lee S. Roberts (MCMXVIII)

Folder 16 – "Till We Meet Again" – Lyrics by Raymond B. Egan – Music by Richard A. Whiting (MCMXVIII)

Folder 17 – "A la Bien Aimee" – Edouard Schutt (MCMVIII)

Folder 18 – "Meadow Brook" – By Chas E. Roat (1909)

Folder 19 – "Dorothy, Old English Dance" – By Seymour Smith ((MCMIV)

Folder 20 – "Where Memory Dwells" – By Louis A. Drumheller (1909)

Folder 21 – "Little Boy Blue" – Words by Eugene Field – Music by John Lilley Bratton (1910)

Folder 22 – "We'll always be the Same Sweethearts" – Words by Olive Frields Newman – Music by W.R. Williams (MCMXI)

Folder 23 – "Silver Threads Among the Gold" – By H.P. Danks (1911)

Folder 24 – "The Memphis Blues" – By W.C. Handy (MCMXII)

Folder 25 – "Shepherd of the Hills" – By Louis Weber (1913)

Folder 26 – "Darling Hours are Passing" – Words by Gladys G. Dennis – Music by Harry H. Williams (1915)

Folder 27 – "I want you Georgia" – Lyric by Stanley Murphy – Music by Albert Gumble (MCMXVI)

Folder 28 – "Why?" – By Phyllis Fergus (1916)

Folder 29 – "My Hawaiian Sunshine" – By L. Wolfe Gilbert, and Carey Morgan (MCMXVI)

Folder 30 – "Say a Prayer for the Boys out There" – Words by Bernie Grossman – Music by Alex Marr (1917)

Folder 31 – "On the Road to Home Sweet Home" – Lyric by Gus Kahn – Music by Egbert Van Alstyne (MCMXVII)

Folder 32 – "Hawaiian Butterfly" – Words by Geo A. Little – Music by Billy Baskette, and Joseph Santly (MCMXVII)

Folder 33 – "The Rose of 'No Man's Land'" – French Text by Louis Delamarre – Music by Jack Caddigan, and James A. Brennan

Folder 34 – "Dreams of Long Ago" – Poem by Earl Carroll – Music by Enrico Caruso (MCMXII)

Folder 35 – "Starlight" – Lyric by Gene Buck – Music by Dave Stemper (MCMXVIII)

Folder 36 – "Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight" – Words by Sam M. Lewis, and Joe Young – Music by M.K. Jerome (MCMXVIII)

Folder 37 – "My Belgian Rose" – By Geo Benoit, Robt. Levenson, and Ted Garton (MCMXVIII)

Folder 38 – "Alice Blue Gown" – Lyric by Joseph Mc Carthy – Music by Harry Tierney (MCMXIX)

Folder 39 – "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" – By Jaan Kenbrovin, and John William Kellette (MCMXIX)

Folder 40 – Melody, a Monthly Magazine for Lovers of Popular Music (1919)
Folder 41 – "Dear Heart" – Words by Jean Lefabre – Music by W.C. Polla, and Willard Goldsmith (MCMXIX)

Folder 42 – "Let the Rest of the World Go By" – Words by J. Keirn-Brennan – Music by Ernest R. Ball (MCMXIX)

Folder 43 – "Little Pal O' Mine" – By G.A. Kurtzeborn (MCMXIX)

Folder 44 – "Blue Diamonds" – By Jack Caddigan, and Chick Story (MCMXX)

Folder 45 – "Mammy O' Mine" – Words by Wm. Tracey – Music by Maceo Pinkard (MCMXIX)

Folder 46 – "Old Fashioned Garden" – By Cole Porter (MCMXIX)

Folder 47 – "I'm in Heaven When I'm in my Mother's Arms" – Words by Howard Johnson, and Cliff Hess – Music by Milton Ager (MCMXX)

Folder 48 – "Whispering" – Lyrics by Malvin Schonberger – Music by John Schonberger (MCMXX)

Folder 49 – "Feather Your Nest" – French Text by A. Bollaert – Music by Kendis and Brockman, and Howard Johnson (MCMXX)

Folder 50 – "The Sheik of Araby" – Words by Harry B. Smith, and Francis Wheeler – Music by Ted Snyder (MCMXXI)

Folder 51 – "Just Because You're You, That's Why I Love You" – By Roy Turk, and J. Russel Robinson (MCMXXII)

Folder 52 – "My Hilo Girl" – By Walter Smith (MCMXXII)

Folder 53 – "Georgia Land" – By Nelle Womack Hines MCMXXIII)

Folder 54 – "Just a Girl that Men Forget" – By Al Dubin, Fred Rath, and Joe Garren (MCMXXIII)

Folder 55 – "Wanderbilder / Pictures of Travel" – By Adolf Jensen

Folder 56 – "Melody in F" – By Anton Rubinstein (MCMXXIII)

Folder 57 – "Minuet in G" – By L. van Beethoven (1924)

Folder 58 – "Amapola" – Lyric by Albert Gamse – Music by Joseph M. Lacalle (MCMXXIV)

Folder 59 – "Salut d'Amour / Love's Greeting" – By Edward Elgar (MCMXXIV)

Folder 60 – Irving Berlin Inc. Dance Folio for Piano (MCMXXIV)

Folder 61 – "When the Moon Shines in Coral Gables" – By Chas Bayha (MCMXXIV)

Folder 62 – "All Alone" – By Irving Berlin (MCMXXIV)

Folder 63 – "Sweet Child" – Lyric by Al Lewis – Music by Richard A. Whiting, and Howard Simon (MCMXXV)

Folder 64 – "I've found my Sweetheart Sally" – Words by Jack Yellen – Music by Lew Pollack (1925)

Folder 65 – "Too Many Parties and Too Many Pals" – Lyric by Billy Rose, and Mort Dixon – Music by Ray Henderson (MCMXXV)

Folder 66 – "Mother Machree" – Lyric by Rida Johnson Young – Music by Chauncey Olcott, and Ernest R. Ball (MCMX)

Folder 67 – "What Did I Do To You?" – By Benny Davis, and Larry Conley (MCMXXV)

Folder 68 – "With My Love" – By Paul Beaumont (MCMXXIX)

Folder 69 – "Baby Face" – By Benny Davis, and Harry Akst (MCMXXVI)

Folder 70 – "I wish you Were Jealous of Me" – By Earl Haubrich, and Glen Rowel (MCMXXVI)

Folder 71 – "Lonesome and Sorry" – By Benny Davis, and Con Conrad (MCMXXVI)

Folder 72 – "If I Could Be With You" – By Henry Creamer, and Jimmy Johnson (MCMXXVI)

Folder 73 – "Meadow-Lark" – By Hal Keidel, and Ted Fiorito (MCMXXVI)

Folder 74 – "Cathedral Meditation" – By Edwin H. Lemare (MCMXXVI)

Folder 75 – "Let's Talk About My Sweetie" – Lyric by Gus Kahn – Music by Walter Donaldson (MCMXXVI)

Folder 76 – "Memories" – By Gertrude Martin Rohrer (1926)

Folder 77 – "Pal Of My Heart" – By Walter Goodwin (MCMXXVI)

Folder 78 – "I Wish I Had Died in my Cradle" – Words by Lew Brown – Music by Max Friedman (MCMXXVI)

Folder 79 – "Hi-Diddle-Diddle" – By Carleton A. Coon, and Hal Keidel (MCMXXVI)

Folder 80 – "Horses" – By Byron Gay, and Richard A. Whiting (MCMXXVI)

Folder 81 – "Thinking of You" – By Walter Donaldson, and Paul Ash (MCMXXVI)

Folder 82 – "Over the Top" – Words by Marian Phelps – Music by Maxwell Goldman (MCMXVII)

Folder 83 – "Baby and Me" – By Mr. and Mrs. Don Bestor (1927)

Folder 84 – "Forgive Me" – Words by Jack Yellen – Music by Milton Ager (1927)

Folder 85 – "Mary Ann" – Words by Benny Davis – Music by Abner Silver (1927)

Folder 86 – "Like an Angel You Flew into Everyone's Heart" – Words by Harry A. Stone, and John Mc Laughlin – Music by Jimmy Mc High, and Irving Mills (1927)

Folder 87 – "Dream Kisses" – Words by Jack Yellen – Music by M.K. Jerome (1927)

Folder 88 – "Just Once Again" – By Walter Donaldson, and Paul Ash (MCMXXVII)

Folder 89 – "Why Should I Say That I'm Sorry?" – By Larry Conley (MCMXXVII)

Folder 90 – "Just a Memory" – Words by B.G. Sylva, and Lew Brown – Music by Ray Henderson (MCMXXVII)

Folder 91 – "So Tired" – Words by Geo A. Little – Music by Arthur Sizemore (MCMXXVII)

Folder 92 – "I'll Think of You" – By Sam Coslow, and Larry Spier (1927)

Folder 93 – "Where in the World?" – By Al Lewis, Gerald Marks, Emerson Gill, and Carmen Lombardo (MCMXXVII)

Folder 94 – "Sweet Dreams" – Words by Jack Yellen – Music by Milton Ager (1928)

Folder 95 – "Cradle of Love" – Words by L. Wolfe Gilbert – Music by Mabel Wayne (MCMXXVIII)

Folder 96 – "Sorry For Me" – By B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (1928)

Folder 97 – "Two Lips" – Words by Billy Rose – Music by Harry Warren (1928)

Folder 98 – "Beloved" – By Gus Kahn, and Joe Sanders (1928)

Folder 99 – "I Loved You Then as I Love You Now" – Words by Ballard McDonald – Music by Axt, and Mendoza (1928)

Folder 100 – "Where the Little Violets Grow" – By Gus Kahn, and Harry Warren (1928)

Folder 101 – "Chiquita" – Words by L.Wolfe Gilbert – Music by Mabel Wayne (MCMXXVIII)

Folder 102 – Melody for Photoplay Organists and Pianists and all Music Lovers (1928)

Folder 103 – "I Loved You Then as I Love You Now" – Words by Ballard McDonald – Music by AXT, and Mendoza (1928)

Folder 104 – "Old Man Sunshine" – Words by Mort Dixon – Music by Harry Warren (1928)

Folder 105 – "Think of Me Thinking of You" – By Charlie Abbot, Johnny Marvin, and Dale Wimbrow (MCMXXVIII)

Folder 106 – "All of the Time" – By Harry Woods (MCMXXVIII)

Folder 107 – "Louise" – Words by Leo Robin – Music by Richard A. Whiting (1929)

Folder 108 – "I Sing All my Love Songs to You" – By Roy Ingraham, and Al Hoffman (1929)

Folder 109 – "True Blue" – Words by Haven Gillespie – Music by Charlie Garland (MCMXXIX)

Folder 110 – "Silver Threads Among the Gold" – By Calvin Grooms (MCMXXIX)

Folder 111 – "You Were Meant For Me" – Words by Arthur Freed – Music by Nacio Herb Brown (1929)

Folder 112 – "He's so Unusual" – By Sherman, Lewis, and Abner Silver (MCMXXIX)

Folder 113 – "Sweetheart, We Need Each Other" – Words by Jos. McCarthy – Music by Harry Tierney (MCMXXIX)

Folder 114 – "Ev'ry Day Away From You" – Lyric by Charles Tobias – Music by Jay Mills (MCMXXIX)

Folder 115 – "Confessin'" – Words by Al J. Neiburg – Music by Doc Daugherty, and Ellis Reynolds (1930)

Folder 116 – De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson, Inc., Latest Supreme Dance Folio for Piano Number Five (1930)

Folder 117 – Joe Davis Dance Folio of Popular Songs (1930)

Folder 118 – "Telling it to the Daisies" – Lyric by Joe Young – Music by Harry Warren (1930)

Folder 119 – "Down the River of Golden Dreams" – By John Klenner, and Nathaniel Shilkret (MCMXXX)

Folder 120 – "You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me" – By Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal, and Pierre Norman (MCMXXX)

Folder 121 – "It's a Lonesome Old Town" – By Harry Tobias, and Chas Kisco (1930)

Folder 122 – Supreme Dance Folio for Piano – By De Sylva Brown, and Henderson (1931)

Folder 123 – "Good Night Sweetheart" – Words by Rudy Vallee – Music by Ray Noble, Jimmy Campbell, and Reg. Connelly (1931)

Folder 124 – "That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine" – By Jimmy Long, and Gene Autry (MCMXXXII)

Folder 125 – "The Rosary" – Poem by Robert Cameron Rogers – Music by Ethelbert Nevin (MCMXXI)

Folder 126 – "We Just Couldn't Say Good-Bye" – By Harry Woods (1932)

Folder 127 – "Somebody Loves You" – By Charlie Tobias, and Peter De Rose (1932)

Folder 128 – "My Extraordinary Gal" – By Terry Shand (MCMXXXII)

Folder 129 – Remick's Star Dance Folio for Piano (MCMXXXIII)

Folder 130 – "The Old Spinning Wheel" – By Billy Hill (MCMXXXIII)

Folder 131 – "Spring Song" – Poem by Arthur J. Lamb – Music by Felix Mendelssohn (1934)

Folder 132 – "Beer Barrel Polka" – By Lew Brown, Wladimir A. Timm, and Jaromir Vejvoda (1934)

Folder 133 – "The Skaters" – By E. Waldteufel (1935)

Folder 134 – "Serenade" – By Franz Schubert

Folder 135 – "Souvenir" – By Franz Drdla (1935)

Folder 136 – "To the Evening Star" – By Richard Wagner (1935)

Folder 137 – "La Golondrina" – By N. Sarradell

Folder 138 – "When the Organ Played O Promise Me" – By Al Sherman, Abner Silver, and Jack Meskill (1937)

Folder 139 – "I Love You Truly" – By Carrie Jacobs-Bond (MCMXXXVIII)

Folder 140 – "One Alone" – By Sigmund Romberg (MCMXL)

Folder 141 – "In a Shower of Stars" – Lyric by Edward Heyman – Music by Morton Gould (1945)

Folder 142 – "Silently Now We Bow" – By Donald Lee Moore (1945)

Folder 143 – "Through the Years" – Words by Edward Heyman – Music by Vincent Youmans (1931)

Folder 144 – "When You and I were Young, Maggie" – Words by Geo W. Johnson – Music by J. A. Butterfield

Folder 145 – "The Music Box – By Carl Heins

Folder 146 – All's Right" – Words by Wesley Strecht – Music by Pemberton Pierce

Folder 147 – "Jeannine I Dream of Lilac Time" – Words by L. Wolfe Gilbert – Nathaniel Shilkret

Folder 148 – "Believe Me if all Those Endearing Young Charms" – By Jas. I. Freeman

Folder 149 – "Dream Faces" – By WM. M. Hutchison

Folder 150 – "Schubert's Serenade" – Transcription by Fr. Liszt

Folder 151 – "The Tyrolese and his Child" – By G. Trehde

Folder 152 – "Alpine Hu"t – By Gustav Lange

Folder 153 – "Father of the Land We Love, Written for the American People" – By George M. Cohan

Folder 154 – "A Song of India" – By Nikolas Rimsky-Korsakoff

Folder 155 – "Mother's Love" – By Bernice Mayor (MCMXVIII)

Folder 156 – "In Sweet Dreams" – By Gustav Lange

Folder 157 – "For You" – Lyrics by Al Dubin – Music by Joe Burke (MCMXXX)

Folder 158 – "Georgia Land" (Words)

Box 2

At the Piano with Women Composers (MCMXC)

"Bethlehem" – Words by Dr. Watts – Music by William Billings (1971)

"There is One God and One Savior" – By Johann C. Geisler (1965)

"Festival Psalm" – By Ronald Arnatt (1961)

"Voice of Thanksgiving No.4" – Words by Annie B. Russel – Music by Ernest O. Sellers (1921)

"Evening Song to the Virgin" – Words by Mrs. Hemans – Music by her Sister/ Juanita – By Mrs. Norton; "When Night Comes O'er the Plain" – Words by Charles Jeffreys – Music by S. Nelson; "Good Night Sweet Mother" – By G. Linley; "Vieni Meco" – Music by F. Campana; "Sweet Visions of Childhood" – Words by J.C. Carpenter – Music by S. Glover; "Come O'er the Silvery Waves" – Words by B.S. Montgomery – Music by G.A. Glover; "Moonlight, Music, Love and Flowers" – Words by S. Van Dyk – Music by John Barnett; "On Rosy Wings the Summer Comes" – Words by Dexter Smith – Music by Franz Abt; "Barcarole" – By F. Kucken; "Beautiful Moonlight" – By S. Glover; "The Gipsy Countess"; "Go Where the Mists are Sleeping" – Words by William Sim – Music by John Daniel; "In the Starlight" – Words by J.E. Carpenter – Music by Stephen Glover

Manuscript music sheet without information

"Carolina Moon" (Manuscript)

Americana – A Festive Chorus – By Eusebia Simpson Hunkin (MCMLXII)

Child of Promise – A Biblical Choral-Drama on the Infancy of Moses – By Eusebia Simpson Hunkins (MCMLXII)

Wondrous Love – A Mountain Choral Drama of the Nativity – By Eusebia Simpson Hunkins (MCMLI)

Smoky Mountain – American Folk Opera – By Eusebia Simpson Hunkins (MCML)

Young Lincoln – American Folk Opera – By Eusebia Simpson Hunkins

"Glorious is the Name" – By B.B. McKinney (1942)

"Our Flag" – Words by Grace R. Steward – Music by Warren M. Angell (1972)

"Kiowa Buffalo Dance Song" (Stencils)

Lyric Sonata for String Quartet, Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon – By Harriet Bolz (1980)

"The Federal Overture" – By B. Carr

Early American Music – By Anne McClenny, and Maurice Hinson – David Carr Piano Library (1971)

"And the Glory of the Lord", from the The Messiah – By George Frederic Handel (1940)

"Thy Little Ones Are We" – Words by Hans Adolph Bronson – Music by J.A.P. Schulz (1967)

"Three Cautionary Tales" – By Arthur Frackenpohl (MCMLXI)

"The Water is Wide" – Folk Song Adapted by Luigi Zaninelli (MCMLXI) (3 copies)

The Sound of Music – Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II – Music by Richard Rogers (1959) (2 copies)

"The Mother's Name was Mary" – Words by Geraldine Curphey – Music by Louise Fenimore (1965) (3 copies)

"Three Hungarian Folk Songs" – Words by A.L. Lloyd – Music by Maytyas Seiber (1968) (3 copies)

"Music for Christmas – Wasail Song" – By Robert Shaw (Choral Series) (MCMLVIII) (3 copies)

"Turn! Turn! Turn!" – By Pete Seeger – Arranged by Norman Leyden (1966) (3 copies)

"Today" – Secular Choral Music – By Randy Sparks (1964)

"Famous Negro Spirituals" – Transcribed & Arranged by Hugo Frey (1924)

"Frostiana" – Seven Country Songs – Words by Robert Frost – Music by Randall Thompson (1959)

"Jesus, I Love You So" – By Pat Galyean (MCMXXXIV) – Inscribed and autographed

"A Child is Born" – By Pat Galyean (MCMLXXX)

"Narrative Impromptu, Street Dreams" – By Harriett Bolz (1979)

"Sonic Essay and Fugue for Organ" – By Harriett Bolz (1984)

"How Shall We Speak?" – Words by Beth Carson – Music by Harriett Bolz (1981)

"Floret – A Mood Caprice for Piano" – By Harriett Bolz (1980)

"Polichrome Patterns" --  (A Sonatina for Clarinet in B Flat and Piano) – By Harriett Bolz (1985)

"Canto Lyric (A Song without Words) For Flute and Piano" – By Harriett Bolz (1986)

"Down in Galilee" from the Opera The Passion of Jonathan Wade – By Carlisle Floyd (1965)

Vol.1 of the Musical Journal for the Piano-Forte – By Benjamin Carr (Xerox)

"A Bird in a Gilded Cage" – Words by Arthur J. Lamb – Music by Harry Von Tilzer (1900)

"A Bunch of Violets" – Words by Walter Pleugh – Music by Floyd McKinstry Schoonmaker (MDCCCXCV)

"A Confidence, Mazurka" – Mexican Music – By Geraro Codina (1899)

"A Dream of My Boyhoods Days" – By Paul Dresser (MDCCCXCVI)

"A Dream of Paradise" – Words by Claude Lyttleton – Music by Hamilton Gray

"A Little China Fugue" – By Franco Leoni (1935)

"A Little Class of One" – Lyric by Glen Mac Donough – Music by Victor Herbert (MCMV)

"A Little Rock" – By John Barnes Wells (MCMXVII)

"A Maiden Caprice" – By T.H. Rollinson (MDCCCXCIV)

"A Waltz Dream for the Piano" – By Oscar Strauss (1935)

"Absent" – Words by Catherine Young Glen – Music by John W. Metcalf (1899)

"Ah, What Is Man?" – Words by Frederic W. Root – Music by V. Nessler (1907) (2 copies)

"All for You" – By Bertrand Brown (1919)

"Alice Where Art Thou" – By J.Ascher

"All for You" – Words by Charles Roff – Music by Graham Vaughan (1923)

"Alpine Hut" – By Gustave Lange

"America Forever March" – By E.T. Paull (MDCCCXCVIII)

"American Crusaders March" – By Will Wood

"American Patrol March" – By F.W. Meacham (1941)

"An Afternoon Call" – By James W. Gearhart (MCMVI)

"An Open Secret, A Spring Song" – By Huntington Woodman (1897)

"Annie Don't You Know?" – Words by Mrs. C.L. Hale – Music by Miss Amy Trainor (1858)

"Apple Blossoms"– By R.O. Burton (MCMXIX)

"Are You From Dixie?" – Words by Jack Ellen – Music by George L. Cobb (MCMXV)

"As We Sow, So Shall We Reap" – By Seymour Simons (MCMXX)

"At A Georgia Camp Meeting, a Characteristic March" – By Kerry Mills (1899)
"Ballad of Maiden Merle"

"Barcarolle (O Belle Nuit)" – Tales of Hoffmann – By J. Offenbach (MCMVIII)

"Be Near Me Father" – Words by Raymond Hazlitt – Music by William M. Felton (1926) (2 copies)

"Because You Where an Old Sweetheart of Mine" – Words by Maurice L. Jacobs – Music by Harry I. Robinson (MCMI)

"Beside Still Waters" – By Bernard Hamblen (1925)

"Blest Christmas Morn" – Words by Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy – Music by Frederic W. root (1907)

"Blue Bird" – Words by Geo Graff Jr. – Music by Bert Grant (MCMXVII)

"Blue Moon" – Lyrics by Lorenz Hart – Music by Richard Rodgers (1934)

"Brother Bill" – words by George Totten Smith – Music by Alfred E. Aarons (MCMIII)

"By Moonlight" – By Fr. Bendel (MCMVI)

"By the Waters of Minnetonka, an Indian Love Song" – Words by J.M. Cavanass – Music by Thurlow Lieurance (1914) (2 copies)

"Calisthenic March" – By Maggie L. Thornburg (1883)

"Callest Thou Thus Oh Master?" – Words by Helen Marion Burnside – Music by Geo A. Mietzke (1891)

Canto Lyric for High voice and Piano (Manuscript) (1981)

"Carolina" – By Lew Brown, and Jay Gorney (MCMXXXIV)

"Carolina Sunshine" – Words by Walter Hirsch – Music by Erwin R. Schmidt (MCMXIX)

"Carry Me Back to Old Virginny" – By James Bland (MCMVI)

"Cast My Burden" – Words by Wesley Durham – Music by Bernard Hamblen (1917) (2 copies)

"Castilla" – Words by Felipe y Granados – Music by Richard Kountz (1925) (2 copies)

"Centennial March" – By Ross Mansfield Guersole (1888)

"Charm and Grace"– By Paul Lawson (1923)

"Claudia, Valse Caprice" – By M. Greenwald (MCMVIII)

"Close As Pages in a Book" – Words by Dorothy Fields – Music by Sigmund Romberg (MCMXLIV)

"Colette" (French song) – By C. Chaminade – (1893)

"Companionship" – By Mrs. R.R. Forman (1931)

"Coppelia, Valse Lente" – By Leo Delibes

"Coquetting Meadow-Lark" – by G. Marschal-Loepke (1909)

"Crow's Egg" – Words by G. Mayo – Music by John Barnes Wells (MCMXV)

"Daisies" – Words by Frank Dempster Sherman – Music by C.B. Hawley (1898)

"Daisies Won't Tell" – by Anita Owen (MCMVIII)

"Dance of the Honey Bees"– By Benjamin Richmond (MCMXXXII)

"Dance of the Hours" from La Gioconda – By Ponchinelli (1926)

"Dance of the Rosebuds" – by Frederick Keats (1923)

"Dance of the Whippoorwill, Polka" – By Helen Frances Lowe (MDCCCXCV)

"Die Cufligen Enroler" – By P. Renk

"The Doll Dance" – By Nacio Herb Brown (MCMXXVI)

"Down Home" – By A.G. Brehm (1911)

"Down Among the Sheltering Palms" – Words by James Brockman – Music by Abe Olman (MCMXV)

"Dream Days" – By Chas L. Johnson (MCMXIII)

"Dreams, Just Dreams" – By Berlin and Snyder (1910)

"Dreams, Twilight Dreams" – Words by C.A. Gifford – Music by H.C. Weasner (MCMXVI)

"Duna" – Words by Marjorie Pickthall – Music by Josephine Mc Gill (MCMXIV)

"E'en As the Flower" – Poem by Laura Clackburn – Music by Frederic Knight Logan (MCMXXII) (2 copies)

"Eileen" – By Allen Spurr (MCMXIV)

"En Route", Marche Brillante – By Sydney Smith

"Evening Song" – By Lange

Faust, "Flower Song" – By Charles Gounod (MCMXVI)

"Falling Waters" – By J. L. Truaux (1936)

"Fear Not Ye, O Israel" – By Dudley Buck (1889) (2 copies)

"E. B. Young Fire Company March" – By Coley (1890)

"Flute Fantasy" – by Martha E. Schaaf (Xerox)

"Follow the Drum Quickstep" – by Chas Matzek (Manuscript)

"Forty Second Street" – Words by Al Dubin – Music by Harry Warren (MCMXXXII)

"Friend O' Mine" – words by Fred E. Weatherly – Music by Wilfrid Sanderson (MCMXIII)

"Gesu Bambino" (the Infant Jesus) – By Pietro A. Yon (1917)

"Girl of my Dreams" – by Gene Emerson – (MCMX)

"Girlhood Days"– By Raymond Dixey (MCMIII)

"God Bless America" – By Irving Berlin (1939)

"Going! Going! Gone" – By Phil Baxter (1933)

"Good News:  A contemporary Anthem"

"Good Ol' Country Music"

"Good Bye!" – Words by G.J. White-Melville – Music by F. Paolo Tosti (1908)

"Good Night, Dear" – By Will R. Anderson (MCMVIII) (2 copies)

"Gracious Father, Hear Us" – Words by S. E. Mekin – Music by Alfred Wooler (1930) (2 copies)

"Grande Schottische Brilliant"– by E. B. Spencer (1870)

"Happiness" – Words by Fred Fisher – Music by Joe Jordan (MCMVIII)

"Happy Days Are Here Again" – Words by Jack Yellen – Music by Milton Ager (1929)

"Happy-Go-Lucky-You and Broken Hearted Me" – By Jack Murray, Al Goodhart, and Al Hoffman (1932)

"He Is Risen As He Said" (Xerox)

"He Kissed Her!" – Words by Marshall Darrach – Music by H. J. Stewart (1911)

"He Maketh All Things New" – Words by May Stanley – Music by Geoffrey O'Hara (MCMXXIV) (2 copies)

"He Maketh Wars to Cease" – By John Prindle Scott (1928)

"He Shall Give His Angel Charge" – By John Prindle Scott (1918) (2 copies)

"Hear Thou My Prayer" – By Bernard Hamblen (1923) (2 copies)

"Her Reverie" – by J. R. Morris (MCMXX)

"Hiawatha" – Words by Jas O'Dea – Music by Neil Moret (MCMIII) (2 copies)

"His Infinite Power" (Choral)

"Homing Song" – Words by Arthur L. Salmon – Music by Teresa Del Riego (MCMXVII) (2 copies)

"Home on the Range, Texas Cowboy Song" – By David W. Guion (1930) (2 copies)

"He Maketh Wars to Cease" – By John Prindle Scott (1918)

"Home Sweet Home" – Arr. By Rimbault

"Home Sweet Home" – by J.H. Slack

"Home to Our Mountains" – Words by Charles Jefferys – Music by Verdi

"Honey, Dat's All" – Lyric by Haven Gillespie – Music by Egbert Van Alstyne (MCMXXI)

"The Humoreske Song" – Poem by Gover M. Koockogey – Arr. By Chas H. Roth (MCMXIV)

"Hungry for the Country" – Music Contest 1983

"I Can't Write the Words" – By Garald Marks, and Buddy Fields (MCMXXXI)

"I Dunno!" – By John Barnes wells (MCMXVII)

"I Get the Blues When it Rains" – Words by Marcy Klauber – Music by Harry Stoddard (MCMXXVIII)

"I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say" – By F.G. Rathbun (1905)

"I Love You More Than Any Boy Loves Any Other Girl" – By Olive L. Frields (MCMVIII)

"I Thank thee, Oh My Father" – words by Ruth G. Winant – Music by Charles Gilbert Spross (MCMXXI) (3 copies)

"Auf Der Alm Da Gib's Koa Sund", Tyroler Volksfiel

"I Want Dem Presents Back" – by Paul West (1896)

"Ave Maria" – By Charles Gounod

"I Wish I Knew (You Really Loved Me)" – By Robert E. spencer, Frank Anderson, and Harry Bryant (MCMXXII)

"I'd Leave Ma's Happy Home for You" – Words by Will A. Heelan – Music by Harry Von Tilzer (1899)

"If I Had A Talking Picture of You" – By B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (1929)

"In Carolina Where We Parted Years Ago" – by C.C. Powell, and Victor E. Carson (1918)

"If I Could Gain the World by Wishing, I Would Only Wish for You" – Words by Ed. Gardenier – Music by Jas. Brockman (MCMVIII)

"I'll be yours (J'Attendrai)" – Words by Louis Poterat – Music by Dino Olivieri (1938)

"I'll String Along With You" – Lyrics by Al Dubin – Music by Harry Warren (MCMXXXIV)

"I'm Drifting Back to Dreamland" – by Florence Charlesworth, Charles Harrison, and Jack Sadler (MCMXXII)

"I'm on my Way to Mandalay" – Words by Alfred Bryan – Music by Fred Fischer (MCMXIII)

"In a Little Spanish Town" – Lyric by Lewis and Young – Music by Mabel Wayne (MCMXXVI)

"In My Father's House are Many Mansions" – by James G. MacDermid (MCMIX)

"In My Hide-Away" – By K.L. Binford (1932)

"In the Boat" – By Edvard Grieg (1922)

"In the Harbor of Home Sweet Home" – Words by C.M. Denison – Music by A.J. Holmes (MCMX)

"Indian Love Call" – by Rudolph Friml 9MCMXXXIX)

"Irish Air from County Derry" – Transcribed by Charles Fonteyn Manney (MCMXXVII)

"It Goes Like This" – Lyrics by Irving Caesar – Music by Cliff Friend (MCMXXVIII)

"It Was For Me" – By Charles B. Blount (MCMXII) (2 copies)

"It's Winter Again" – Lyrics by Arthur Freed – Music by Al Hoffman, and Al Goodhart (1932)

"I've a Longing in my Heart for You, Louise" – By Chas K. Harris (MCM)

"Jean" – Words by Frank L. Stanton – Music by H.T. Burleigh (1914)

"Jerusalem" – Words by Nella – Music by Henry Parker (MCMVIII)

"Jesu in thy Love Enduring" – By Johann Sebastian Bach (1950)

Jesus is Mine" – Words by Jane C. Bonar – Music by T.E. Perkins (1953)

"Jesus, Jesus Rest Your Head" – By John Edmunds (1954)

"Jingle Bells" – Arr. By Warren Angell, and Geoffrey O'Hara (1955)

"Joyous Message" – by Jul. Herm. Matthey (1916)

"Just a Little Quaker Girl" – by Billy B. Van (MCMXI)

"Just as the Sun Went Down" – by Lyn Udall (1898)

"Just Dreaming of You" – by A.H. Eastman, and Fred Heltman (MCMXV)

"Just Some One" – by Will R. Anderson (MCMVII) (2 copies)

"Kansas" – by E. Harry Kelly (MCMVIII)

"Kashmiri Song" – words by Laurence Hope – Music by Amy Woodforde-Finden (1902)

"Keep the Home-Fires Burning" – Words by Lena Guilbert Ford – Music by Ivor Novello (MCMXV)

"King of the Air" – By Julius K. Johnson (MCMX)

"Knitting – By Muriel Bruce, and Baron Aliotti (1915)

"Kiss Me Goodnight!" – Words by Archie Gottler – Music by Horatio Nicholls


Box 3

"Memories Song" - by Egbert Van Alstyne

"Melodien Bouquet" - by F. Feyertag, 1879

"Aurora Waltzes" - by Labitzky

"Last Night Was the End of the World" - by Harry Von Tilzer (2 copies)

"Le Polichinelle" - by H. Villa-Lobos

"Leave it With Him", Poem by E.B. Miner – Music by James G.Ellis – Sacred Songs – Golden Shore Publishing Co. (2 copies)

"Leave With Him" – Music by James G. Ellis – Sacred songs – Thomas W. Hatch Publishing

"Leave Me With a Smile" – By Earl Burtnett and Chas. Koelher

"Les Adieux Rondo" – By J .L. Dussek

"Les Bords du Merrimack, Lilly Dale" – By Chas. Grobe

"Les Trompettes de la Guerre, Morceau Militaire" – By Sydney Smith

"Let me Have My Dreams" – Lyrics by Grant Clarke – Music by Harry Akst (1929)

"Let the Dead and the Beautiful Rest" – Words by C.C. Butler – Music by S. Wesley Martin

"Let Not Your Heart be Troubled" – By Stanley T. Reiff (1924), (2 copies)

"Lilly" – By H. Lichner

"Linger in the Garden" – Lyric by Jewett Heald – Music by Harold Dixon

"Listen to the Bells" – By Frederic A. Jewell (1884)

"Little Esther's Waltz"– By Louis Weber (1905)

"Little girl, Be True" – Words by Alberta J. Kinard – Music by J.E. Andino

"Little Grey Home in the West" – words by D. Eardley-Wilmot – Music by Hermann Lohr (1911)

"Looks and Eyes" – Words by Frederic E. Weatherly – Music by Joseph L. Roeckel (1893)

"Love Never Faileth" – By Frederick W. root (1907) – Solos for church Service (2 copies)

"Lullaby Land" – Words by Frank Davis – Music by M. Prival (MCMXIX)

"Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses" – words by Leslie Cooke – Music by John Openshaw (MCMXIX)

Madame Butterfly – By G. Puccini (1904) (2 copies)

"Madona of the Evening Flowers" – By Amy Lowell (Manuscript)

"Maid of Athens" – Words by Lord Byron – Music by Henry R. Allen

"Ma Lady Lu" – Words by Chas. W. Doty – Music by Edwin S. Brill (1899)

"March" – By J. Lewis Browne (MCM)

"March of the Maskers" – By George A. Burdett (MCMXI)

Marches – "Under the Double Eagle", "Clayton's Grand March", Tannhauser - "March", "Funeral March", "Exhibition March", "Wedding March" - Lohengrin, "Standard Bearer March", "Wedding March, "March"- Aida, "Marche Celebre", "March Pontifical", "Radetzky March", "Fatinitza March", "Wien Bleibt Wein", "Coronation March"

"Marching Thro' Georgia" – By E. Mack (1875)

"Marguerite Romanza" – By C.A. White (1883)

"Martha, Fantasie Facile" – By Edouard Dorn

"Mary Ann" – Words by Benny Davis – Music by Abner Silver (1927)

"Meet me Tonight in Dreamland" – By Beth Slater Whitson and Leo Friedman (MCMIX)

"Meet me Where the Shadows Fall"– By Chas L. Johnson (MCMXII)

"Memory" – Words by S.H.M. Byers – Music by Charles Wakefield Cadman (1928)

"Menuetto in A Minor" – By F. Schubert (1925)

"Mississippi March" – By Herman Schifferl (1886)

"Minuet in G" – By Beethoven (MCMXXXII)

"Moon Dear" – By Manuel Klein (MCMV)

"Moonlight on the Hudson" – By G.D. Wilson (1874)

"More Love to Thee" – Words by E. p. Prentiss – Music by Ella E. Day (1926)

"Morning Dew" (La Rose du Matin) – By Sydney Smith (1897)

"Mother-Calling" – by Alfred Hall (1924)

"Mother Machree" – Lyric by Rida Johnson Young – Music by Chauncey Olcott and Ernest R. Ball (MCMX)

"Mother O' Mine" – Words by Rudyard Kipling – Music by Frank E. Tours (MCMIII) (2 copies)

"My Soul is Aathirst for God"

"Mother Will Understand" – Words by Lote Hughes – Music by M.C. Hanford (1911)

"My Darling Schottisch" – By C. Kinkel (1867)

"My Lovely Celia" – words by George Monro – Music by Giles Higgins (MCMVI)

"My Old Kentucky Home" – By S.C. Foster

"My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night" – By Stephen C. Foster

"My Old Kentucky Home with Variations" by Drumheller

"Music among the Pines" – By A.P. Wyman (1884)

"My Heart Sings" (Manuscript)

"My Skylark Love" – Words by Geo H. Bowles – Music by Lucien Denni (1913)

"My Pretty Lass" – By J. A. Pacher

"My River Home" – Words by Joe Young – Music by Bernice Petkere (1932)

"My Silent Love" – Lyrics by Edward Heyman – Music by Dana Suesse (MCMXXXII)

"My South Ca'lina Flo'" – A Revival of True Negro Melody (1897)

"Napoleon's Last Charge" – Arranged by E.T. Paull (MCMX)

"Narcissus" – By Richard Goerdeler (MDCCCXCIV)

"National Emblem March" – by E.E. Bagley (1906)

"Nearer My God to Thee" – Words by Sarah Frances Adams – Music by DR. Lowell Mason

"Nevertheless I'm in Love with You" – Words by Bert Kalmar – Music by Harry Ruby (1931)

"Nightingale Serenade for Flute" – By Wilhem Popp (1962)

"No Night There" – Words by John F. Clements – Music by H.P. Danks (1904) (2 copies)

"No One Knows" – By Francis Mack (MCMVII)

"Norwegian Cradle Song" – By Gabriel Morel (MCMXXIV)

"O Give Me a Day" – Words by Jos. Kesselberg – Music by Charles Floyd (by hand & dedicated) (3 copies)

"O Let us Turn to Bethlehem" – Words by Daniel S. Twohig – Music by Geoffrey O'Hara (1948)

"O Lord be Merciful" – By Homer N. Bartlett (1918) (2 copies)

"O Perfect Love (Wedding Song)" – Words by D.F. Blomfield – Music by H.T. Burleigh (1914)

"'O Sole Mio!" – English Lyric by Harry Israel – Music Duardo Di Capua (MCMXXIII)

"O'er Waiting Harp-Strings" – Words by Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy – Music by Frederic W. Root (1908) (2 copies)

"Oh Frenchy" – Words by Sam Ehrlich – Music by Con Conrad (MCMXVIII)

"Oh Mr. Dream Man, Please Let Me Dream Some More" – By Jimmie V. Monaco (MCMXI)

"Old Black Joe" – By Stephen C. foster (MCMVI)

"Old folks at Home" – By Stephen C. Foster – Century Music Publishing

"Old folks at Home" – By Stephen C. foster – F. Trifet Publisher (1899)

"Old Pal, why don't you answer me?– Words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young – Music by M. K. Jerome (MCMXX)

"On Quiet Waters, Barcarolle" – By Carl Wilhem Kern (1923)

"On the Coast of Normandy" – By W.S. Golden (1945)

"On the Road to Home Sweet Home" – Lyric by Gus Kahn – Music by Egbert Van Alstyne (MCMXVII)

"Only a Dream of You" – Words by Carl Loveland – Music by Harry J. Lincoln (MCMIX)

"One More Tomorrow" – From the Warner Bros. Picture – By Ernesto Lecuona, Eddie De Lange, and Joseph Myrow (MCMXLV)

"Marshal Haig, One Step March or Two Step" – By Abe Losch (MCMXVIII)

"One Sweet Letter From You" – Words by Lew Brown, and Sidney Clare – Music by Harry Warren (MCMXXVII)

"Only Waiting" – words by Frances L. Maeo – Music by T.D. Williams (1909)

"Open the Gates of the Temple" – By Mrs. Joseph F. Knapp (1919) (3 copies)

"Over the Hills, a Pastoral Reverie" – By Frederic Knight Logan (MCMXXIV)

"Pale Moon, an Indian Love Song– Lyric by Jesse G. M. Glick – Music by Frederic Knight Logan (MCMXX)

"Pagan Love Song" – Lyric by Arthur Freed – Music by Nacio Herb Brown (1929)

"Parade March" – By J. Kellner

"Pardners", Folk Song (Manuscript)

"The Peri Waltzes" – By Charles D'Albert

"Peter and the Wolf" – By Serge Prokofiev (1982)

"Prayer" from Freischutz – By Weber (MCMIX)

"Praise Ye the Father" – By C. Gounod

"Prelude and Dance for Two Pianos" – By Paul Creston (1983) (Dedicated)

"Pretty Baby" – Lyric by Gus Kahn – Music by Tony Jackson, and Egbert Van Alstyne (MCMXVI)

"Recollections of Home" – By S. B. Mills

"Red Sails in the Sunset – Lyrics by Jimmy Kennedy – Music by Hugh Williams (MCMXXXV)

"Remember Me" – By M. Brinkman (MCMVIII)

"Repasz Band March and Two Step" – By Chas C. Sweeley (MCMI)

"Fairy Whispers, Waltz" – By C.W. Krogmann (MCM)

"Rock of Ages" – By Louis Weber (1911)

"Roguish Eyes, Brazilian Tango-Maxixe" – By Jose Santos (MCMXIV)

"Romance Waltzes" – By Ernie Erdman (1915)

"Rose in the Bud" – Words by Percy J. Barrow – Music by Dorothy Forster (MCMVII)

"Roses Bring Dreams of You" – by Herbert Ingraham (1908)

"Rose in my Garden" – By John Desmond Courtney (1918)

"Rustle of Spring" – By Christian Sinding

"Sailor's Song and Hornpipe" – by Carl Koelling (1908)

"San Antonio Song" – By Harry Williams, and Egbert Van Alstyne (MCMVII)

"Saved by Grace" – By Louis Weber (1913)

"Saw Ye My Saviour" – Words by Rev. Mary Baker Eddy – Music by Frederic W. Root (1913)

Schottische "Solid comfort" (1891)

"See-Saw Waltz Song" – By A.G. Crowe

"Shanghai Lil" – Lyrics by Al Dubin – Music by Harry Warren (MCMXXXIII)

"She was a Soldier's Sweetheart" – By Frank Church (MDCCCXCVIII)

"Shadow-Time" – By Chas L. Johnson (MCMXIII)

"She Was Bred In Old Kentucky" (manuscript)

"Thy Will be Done" – By Charlotte Elliot, and Oley Speaks (MCMIV)

"Behold the Master Passeth By" – By Bishop How, and William G. Hammond (MCMV)

"Silver Threads Among the Gold" – Words by E.E. Rexford – Music by H.P. Danks (1935) (2 copies)

"Silvery Waves" – by A.P. Wyman (1898)

"Sing me to Sleep" – Words by Clifton Bingham – Music by Edwin Greene (MCMII)

"Sing On" – Words by Hubi Newcombe – Music by L. Denza (1895)

"Smiles" – Words by Carl R. Warne – Music by Wilbur L. Lindsey (1915)

"Soldier Lad" – Words by Louise de Wetter – Music by Linn Seiler (1918)

"I'll Wander Back Again" – Words by Arthur W. French – Music by WilliamA. Huntley (1879)

"Somebody's Waiting for Someone" – words by Andrew B. Sterling – Music by Harry von Tilzer (MCMXIX)

"Somebody Loves You" – Words by Charles Tobias – Music by Peter DeRose (1932)

"Somewhere a Voice is Calling" – words by Eileen Newton – Music by Arthur F. Tate (MCMXI)

"Song of the Volga Boatmen" – Arr. By J. Messina (1926)

"Sounds from the Forest" – By Louis Weber (1915)

S"pirit of God" – By George Croly, and W.H. Neidlinger (MCMVII) (2 copies)

"Spring is Forever" (by hand)

"Spring Days" – By Mae Aileen Erb (MCMXVIII)

"Spring Song" – By Felix Mendelssohn

"St. Cloud Waltz" – By C. Ulrich (1878)

"Star of Hope" – By Harriet Kennedy (1930)

"Stories from the Garden" – By Mana-Zucca (1925)

"Strange Interlude" – Words by Ben Bernie, and Walter Hirsch – Music by Phil Baker (1932)

"Sun of my Soul" – Words by John Keble – Music by Chas Floyd (manuscript) (2 copies)

"Sunrise on the Lake" – By W.C. Powell (MCMX)

"Sweet Girl of my Dreams" – By Chauncey Olcott, and Daniel J. Sullivan (MCMVIII)

"Sweet Nell O'Carrowmore" – Words by Fred G. Bowles – Music by Frederic A. Williams (1929)

"Sweetheart Darlin'" – Lyrics by Gus Kahn – Music by Herbert Stothart (1933)

"Sweethearts on Parade" – Words by Charles Newman – Music by Carmen Lombardo (MCMXXVIII)

"Swinging in the Grapevine Swing" – By Hubbard T. Smith (1890)

"That's How I Need You" – Words by Joe McCarthy and Joe Goodwin – Music by Al. Piantadosi (MCMXII)

"That's What the Daisy Said" – By Albert von Tilzer (1903)

"That's What the Rose Said to Me" – Lyrics by B.F. Barnett – Music by Leo Edwards (MCMVI)

"Little Jack Horner" – Lyrics by Earle C. Jones – Music by Max S. Witt (MCMVI)

"The Andes" – by G.W. Warren (1891)

"The Birth of Morn – Words by Paul Laurence Dunbar – Music by Franco Leoni (MCMII)

"The Brook" – By Fritz Spindler

"The Candlestick Maker" – By John J. Thomas (MCMXXIV)

"The Clover Blossoms" – Words by Oscar Leighton – Music by Clara Kathleen Rogers (1882)

"The Cry of Rachel" – Lisette Woodworth Reese and Mary Turner Salter (1905)

"The Earth is the Lord's" – By Frank Lynes (1904) (2 copies)

"The Fairy Barque" – By W. Smallwood

"The False Prophet or the Lying Little Daisy" – Words by Reginald V. Darow – Music by John Prindle Scott (1922)

"The Far Away Bells" – Words by Douglas Furber – Music by Westell Gordon (MCMXXVI)

"Four Songs from the Garden of Kama" – Words by Laurence Hope – Music by Alma Goetz (1904)

"The Garden of Roses" – Words by J.E. Dempsey – Music by Johann C. Schmid (MCMIX) (2 copies)

"The High School Cadets March" – By John Philip Sousa (1890)

"The Honey Song" – By Curt Massey, and Arbie Gibson (1942)

"The Last Song" – By Hartley Alexander, and James H. Rogers (1922)

"The Japanese Maiden" – By Alice C.D. Riley, and Jessie L. Gaynor (1905)

"The Lightning Bug" – Music by John Barnes Wells (MCMXVII)

"The Living God" – Manuscript

"The Lord is my Light" (sacred song) – Words from Psalm XXVII – Music by Frances Allisten (1897)

"The Lord is my Strength" (Vocal solo)

The Lord's Prayer – By Albert Van Malotte (1935)

"The Lotus Flower" – By Fred T. Baker (1886)

"The Lover's Dream" – By Louis Weber (1905)

In the Twilight Collection – "The Maiden Prayer" – By T. Badarzewska (1885) – Published by M.D. Swisher

"The Maiden Prayer" or "La Priere d'une Vierge" – By T. Badarzewska (1897) – F. Trifet, Publisher

"The Marines' Hymn", arranged by A. Treginal, U.S. Marine Band (1942)

"The Monastery Bells" – By Lefebure Wely

"The Night When Love Was Born" (Fox Trot Ballad) – Words by Joe Young, and Dave Oppenheim – Music by Abel Baer (1932)

"The Nightingale Song" – Words by Alvin Hovey King – Music by Ethelberg Nevin (MDCCCXCIX)

"The Owl" – By John Barnes Wells – (MCMXIII)

"The Penitent" – by Beardsley Van de Water – (MDCCCXCII)

"The Picture that is Turned Toward the Wall" – by Chas. Graham (1891)

"The Gardener" – By J. Brahms (1946)

"The Gold Diggers of Broadway" – Lyrics by Al Dubin – Music by Joe Burke (MCMXXIX)

The Good Shepherd" – By Beardsley Van de Water (MDCCCXCII) (2 copies)

"The Gypsy Trail" – Words by Rudyard Kipling – Music by Tod B. Galloway (1897) (2 copies)

"The Herd Girl's Dream" or "The Alp Maid's Dream" – By August Labitzky

"The Pixies' Gavotte" – By Arthur L. Brown (MCMVI)

"The Pond" – Four-Part chorus of Mixed Voices a Cappella (1960)

"The Rize Waltz" – By Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart, and Al Hoffman (MCMXXXIV)

"The Publican" – By Beardsley Van de Water (MDCCCXCI) (2 copies)

"The Resurrection" – by Harry Rowe Shelley (1887) (2 copies)

"The Seaman's Wife" – For Men's Chorus a Cappella with sSprano Solo (Manuscript)

"The Shadows of the Evening Hours" (Sacred Duet) – by John Prindle Scott (1919) (2 copies)

"The Shepherd Boy "– by C.D. Wilson

"The Song of the Brook" – By George William Warren (MCMXX)

"The Song Without a Name" – By Benee Russell (MCMXXX)

"The Strange Little Girl" – By Jerry Ross, and Richard Adler (1951)

"The Star Spangled Banner with Variations, for the Piano" – By Louis Weber (1914)

"The Storm, Imitation of Nature" – By Henry Weber (1898)

"The Sweetest Story Ever Told" – By R.M. Stults (MCMXII) (2 copies)

"The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" – Words by Ballard MacDonald – Music by Harry Carroll (1913)

"The Vale of Dreams" – Lyrics by Chas>E.Baer – Music by Johann C. Schmid (MCMX)

"The Wedding March" – By Mandelssohn (1888)

:The Washington Post March" – By John Philip Sousa (1889)

"The Watch of the Rhine" – By Max Schneekenburger and Carl Wilhelm (1892)

"There's a Beautiful Land on High" – By Mrs. A.H. Taylor (1905) (2 copies)

"The Wooden Soldier and the China Doll" – Lyrics by Charles Newman – Music by Isham Jones (1932)

"Moonlight and Pretzels" – Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg – Music by Herman Hupfeld (MCMXXXIII)

"There's a Long, Long Trail" – Words by Stoddard King – Music by Zo Elliott (MCMXV)

"There's a Red-Haired Girl on Broadway, A Soldier Song" – By Ervine J. Stenson (1918)

"There's a Song in my Heart" – By Bernard Hamblen (1923)

"They Always Pick on Me" – Words by Stanley Murphy – Music by Von Tilzer (MCMXI)

"Stand Up and Cheer!" – Lyrics by Lew Brown – Music by Lew Brown, and Jay Gorney (MCMXXXIV)

"Thou Will Keep Him in Perfect Peace" (Sacred Song) – By Oley Speaks (1913) (2 copies)

"A Dance in Dublin-Town" – By Theodora Dutton (1927)

"The Airship Fairy" – by Rhea Silberta (1925)

"There's a Crowd" from The Crooner – Lyrics by Al. Dubin, and Irving Kahal – Music by Harry Warren (MCMXXXII)

"Thy Salvation Cometh, A Song for Christmas" – Words by Margaret S. Lacey – Music by Louis R. Dressler (1931) (2 copies)

"Till the Sands of the Desert Grow Cold" – Lyric by Geo Graff Jr. – Music by Ernest R. Ball (MCMXI)

"Tin Pan Parade" – By Haven Gillepsie, and Richard A. Whiting (1927)

"To the End of the World with You" – Lyric by Dave Reed, and Geo Graff Jr. – Music by Ernest R. Ball (MCMVIII)

"Top O' the Mornin' "Bridget Mc.Cue" – Words by Andrew B. Sterling – Music by Harry Von Tilzer (1907)

"T'Will Not be Long" (Sacred Song) – By Herbert Johnson (1917)

"Two Little Tears" – Words by Harry D. Kerr – Music by Geoffrey O'Hara (MCMXXVIII)

"To You" – Words by Marie Beatrice Gannon – Music by Oley Speaks (1910)

"Tuck me to Sleep in my Old 'Tucky Home" – Words by Sam M. Lewis, and Joe Young – Music by Geo W. Meyer (MCMXXI)

"Until Tomorrow, Hasta Manana" – Lyric by Haven Gillepsie – Music by Al Hegbom (MCMXXIV)

"Valse" – By Aug. Durand (1882

"Valse" – By August Durand (MDCCCXCIV)

"Valse Chromatique" – By Frances Terry (1927)

"Valse Grazioso" – By Berenice Benson Bentley (1925)

"Valse Lucille" – By Rudolph Friml (1916)

"Valse Styrienne" – By Wollenhaupt (1897)

"Values (Another Hour with Thee)" – Poem by Jessie Rittenhouse – Music by Frederick W. Vanderpool (MCMXVIII)

"Violets" – Words by Julian Fane – Music by Ellen Wright (1900)

"Waltz Caprice" – By Wilbur R. Chenoweth (MCMXXIV)

"Warbling's at Twilight, Reverie" – By Louis Weber (1909)

"When I Dream of You" – Lyric by Wm. R. Clay – Melody by Chas L. Johnson (MCMXI)

"When I First Met You: – Words by Sam M. Lewis – Music by Geo W. Meyer (1913)

"When I'm Gone You'll soon Forget" – by E. Austin Keith (MCMXI)

"When it's Springtime in the Rockies" – Words by Mary Woolsey – Music by Robert Sauer, and Milt Taggart (1929)

"When Mother Sang Hush-A-Bye, O" – By H.C. Weasner

"When My Dreams Come True" – By Irving Berlin (1929)

"When That Somebody Else Was Me" – Words by Darl MacBoyle – Music by Leon DeCosta (MCMXVI)

"When You Ask a Girl to Leave a Happy Home "– By W. B. Gray (MDCCCXCV)

"When You Kiss Your Dear Mother Good-Bye" – Lyrics by John J. Winslow – Music by Chas H. Roth (MCMXVI)

"When You Look in the Heart of a Rose" – Lyric by Marian Gillespie – Music by Florence Methven (MCMXVIII)

"Where the River Shannon Flows" – By James I. Russell (MCMVI)

"Willow Weep for Me" – By Ann Ronell (1932)

"Winds of Spring Waltz" – By Ernest Bolling (1923)

"Whispering Angels Reverie" – By C. Kinkel (MDCCCLXVI)

"Whistling Rufus, a Characteristic Two Step March" – By Kerry Mills (1899)

"Whither Thou Goest" – By Guy Singer (1954)

"Why Don't My Dreams Come True" – Lyrisc by John A. Flood – Music by George E. Patten (MCMXXIII)

"Will You Remember (Sweetheart)" – Lyrics by Rida Johnson Young – Music by Sigmund Romberg (1917)

"Win For Michigan (A Field Song)" – By William T. Whedon (1913)

"Wishes" – Words by Sidney Carter – Music by Frank H. Grey (1919)

"Who is Sylvia" – By Franz Shubert, and William Shakespeare (1935)

"Was it Sylvia" – By Shubert (MCMII)

"Who Paid the Rent for Mrs. Rip Van Winkle?" – Words by Alfred Bryan – Music by Fred Fischer (MCMXIV)

"Ye Shall Know the Truth" (Sacred Song) – By W.B. Olds (1922)

"Yesterdays" – By Stephen E. Daine (1918)

"You and I" – Words by Sidney R. Ellis – Music by E. Melville Browne, and Alfred J. Kuttner

"The Isle of Spice" – Lyrics by Allen Lowe – Music by Paul Schindler, and Ben M. Jerome (MCMIII)

"You Are the Ideal of my Dreams Ballad" – By Herbert Ingraham (1910)

"You'll Get By (With the Twinkle in your Eye)" – Words by Roy Turk – Music by J. Fred Coots (1932)

"You're Blasé" – Words by Bruce Sievier – Music by Ord Hamilton (1931)


Box 4

The Etude Magazine

The following issues are present:  December, 1901; December, 1904; May 1911; July, 1912; February, 1913; December 1917; June, May, October, 1918; March, April, June, September; 1919; February, March, 1920; April, 1921; June (2copies), 1926

The Musician Magazine, March, April, September, 1912

A Systematic Course of Studies for Pianoforte, by Alexander Lambert

Practical Method for the Violin, Part 2, by Nicolas Laoureux, 1939

Smith's...New Rapid Instructor for Banjo, 1936

Let me Call You Sweetheart" – Words by Beth Slater Whitson – Music by Leo Friedman – Waltz for Orchestra (2 copies)

Our first Band Folio – By Ed Chenette (MCMXXXVIII)

"The Rosary" – By Ethelbert Nevin (1900)

Holiday Collection – Arr. By E. De Lamater

"The Stars and Stripes Forever March" – By John Philip Sousa (1897)

The Willis Graded School Orchestra and Band Series, vol.II – "The Starry Emblem" (MCMXXIV) (2 copies)

"Elegie", French Songs – By J. Massenet (1884)

"Chanson Provencale", French Songs – By E. Dell'Acqua (1898)

"Four Leaf Clover" – Words by Ella Higginson – Music by Whitney Coombs (1896)

"The Lamplit Hour" – Lyrics by Thomas Burke – Music by Arthur A. Penn (MCMXIX)

"In May Time" – Words by Frank L. Stanton – Music by Oley Speaks (MCMI)

"Sometimes, at Close of Day" – Words by Bernhard Haig – Music by Clara Edwards (1925)

"My Gift for You" – Words by Grace Osburn Wharton – Music by Charles Wakefield Cadman (MCMXXVI)

"There's That About a Rose" – Words by William H. Dierkes Jr. – Music by Charles Huerter (1930)

"Dawn, Cello Obbligato" – By Fred R. Weaver (MCMXXV) (2 copies)

"My Heart at Thy Dear Voice" – Words by Paul bliss – Music by C. Saint-Saens (1922)

"Summer is Saying Good Bye!" – By H. Wakefield Smith (1923)

"The Bird with a Broken Wing" – Words by Will Allen Dromgoole – Music by Florence Golson (MCMXVIII)

"Where Love is" – Words by Amelia Josephine Burr – Music by Paul Ambrose (1928)

"One Sweetly Solemn Thought" (Sacred Song) – Words by Phoebe Cary – Music by R.S. Ambrose (2 copies)

"Neapolitan Nights" – Words by Harry D. Kerr – Music by J.S. Zamecnik (MCMXXV)

"Callest Thou Thus, Oh Master?" – Words by Helen Marion Burnside – Music by Geo A. Mietzke (1891)

"I Come to Thee" – Lyric by Geo Graff Jr. – Music by Caro Roma (MCMXI) (2 copies)

"Close to Thee" – by C.S. Briggs (1908) (2 copies)

"Jesu, Lover of my Soul" – Words by Charles Wesley – Music by Lawrence Hope (MCMXXV)

"No Night There" – Words by John R. Clements – Music by H.P. Danks (1904)

"The Stranger of Galilee" – By Mrs. C.H. Morris (MCMXXVIII) (2 copies)

"On Calvary" – By A.M. Ball (1923) (2 copies)

"A Benediction" – By Bernard Hamblen (MCMXXVI) (2 copies)

"Come, Thou Weary One" – By Elisabeth Davis Soechtig (1928) (2 copies)

"His Almighty Hand" – By Bernard Hamblen – (1924) (2 copies)

The Standard Vocalist, A Collection of Songs for all Occasions (1913)

Warner Bros.' Song Folio (1937)

The Russian Song Books (1921)

Strauss Waltzes Vocal with Words and Music (1940)

Treasure Chest of Songs We Love (1936)

Collection of Strauss Waltzes (1942)

School of Velocity for Singing – By Ferdinand Sieber (1902)

Something to Sing, Fifty Songs for Recreation and Teaching – Oliver Ditson Company (MCMXII)

"Mourning Madrigals" (1980)

Nature Pictures for Little Fingers – By Edouard Mayor (MCMXX)

The Goldman March Album for Piano – By Edwin Franko Goldman (1936)

Music Appreciation for Every Child, Primary Grades – By Glenn Lowry (1926)

"O Thou Sublime, Sweet Evening Star" – From Tannhauser (1902)

Paramount Pictures Song Folio with Words and Music (MCMXL)

Piano Classics by the Best Composers, Vol. 1 (1884)

BMI Album of Radio Proven, Vol.2 (1940)

Art Songs for School and Studio (First Year) (MCMXXX)

"Prelude" – By Fr. Chopin

"Fernande, Valse Lente" – By Remi Lormes

"Bewitched" – Arr. Jeff Sturms (Xerox)

Ludwig's Little Blue Book (MCMXXXVIII)

C. Czerny's Studies for Piano

Solos for Christian Science Services (MCMXIII)

Filmusical Song, Folio 1 (MCMXXXVI)

"Four American Indian Songs" – By Charles Wakefield Cadman (MCMIX)

Soundings for Piano Solo – By Elizabeth Lauer (1979)

Popular Hit Songs Music Folio with Words and Music – (1941)

Mrs. Curwen Pianoforte Method, 1st Step

Box 5

"Floreine Waltz" – By Ernest Schuster – Arr. By Williams Warner (1909)

"Forgive; Forget Those Angry Words" – Words by Max Steinle – Music by Frank A. Meyer (1893)

"Four-Leaf Clover" – Words by Ella Higginson – Music by Whitney Coombs (1896)

"Gathering Shells from the Sea Shore" – By Will L. Thompson (1875)

"The Girl in the Gingham Gown" – By Manuel Klein (1913)

"The Gondoliers" – By Charles Godfrey (1918)

"Good-Bye" – Words by G.J. Whyte-Melville – Music by F. Paolo Tosti

"Good-Bye" – By Clare Kummer (1910)

"Good Bye Broadway, Hello France!" – Words by Francis Reisner, and Benny Davis – Music by Billy Baskette (MCMXVII)

"Good Bye Sweethaert, Good Bye" – Poem by Arthur J. Lamb – Music by Albert Von Tilzer (MCMV)

"Good Night, Dear" – By Will R. Anderson (MCMVIII)

"Good Night Nurse" – Lyric by Thos J. Gray – Music by W. Raymond Walker (MCMXII)

"Harbor of Dreams" – By J.R. Shannon (MCMXVI)

"Hawaiian Dreams, Melodie Waltz" – By Herbert B. Marple (MCMXVI)

"Hindustan" – By Oliver G. Wallace, and Harold Weeks (1918)

"Homeward Bound" – Words by Howard Johnson, and Coleman Goetz – Music by Geo W. Meyer (MCMXVII)

"Humoresque" – By Ant. Dvorak (1913)

"A Lemon in the Garden of Love" – Lyrics by M.E. Rourke – Music by Richard Carle (MCMVI)

"Hush-a-Bye, Ma Baby, The Missouri Waltz" – Lyrics by J.R. Shannon – Music by Frederic Knight Logan (MCMXIV)

"I Didn't Raise my Boy to be Soldier" – words by Alfred Bryan – Music by Al Plantadosi (MCMXV)

"I May be Gone for a Long Long Time" – Words by Lew Brown – Music by Al Von Tilzer (MCMXVII)

"I Met Her in the Park" – Words by Arthur W. French – Music by W.H. Brockway (1877)

"I Want a Girl from a Yankee Doodle Town" – Words by J.H. McKeon – Music by Henry Frantzen (1909)

"I Want to be in Dixie" – By Berlin and Snyder (1912)

"If I Had a Son for Each Star in Old Glory, Uncle Sam, I'd Give Them All to You!" – Words by J.E. Dempsey – Music by Jos A. Burke (MCMXVII)

"If you talk in your Sleep, Don't Mention my Name" – Words by A. Seymour Brown – Music by Nat D. Ayer (MCMXI)

"I'll Think of You, Will You Think of Me?" – Lyrics by Reynold Wolf – Music by Louis A. Hirsch (MCMXVII)

"In Old Madrid" – Words by Clifton Bingham – Music by H. Trothere (MCMVIII)

"In the Land of Wedding Bells" – Words by Howard Johnson – Music by Geo W. Meyer (MCMXVII)

"California And You" – Words by Edgar Leslie – Music by Harry Puck (MCMXIV)

"Call Me up Some Rainy Afternoon" – by Irving Berlin (1910)

"Chinatown, My Chinatown" – Words by William Jerome – Music by Jean Schwartz (MCMX)

"Colleen Bawn" – Words by Ed. Madden – Music by J.Fred Helf (1906)

"Come Back Marguerite" – Words by Alfred Bryan – Music by Fred Fisher (1911)

"Come Kiss the Blarney, Mary Darling" – words by Fleta Spencer – Music by Herbert Spencer (MCMXI)

"Daddy did a Wonderful Thing" – words by Sam M. Lewis – Music by Geo W. Meyer (1912)

"Dolly Dear" – Words by Jack Norworth – Music by Albert Von Tilzer (MCMVII)

"Don't Bite the Hand That's Feeding You" – Words by Thomas Hoier – Music by Jimmie Morgan (MCMXV)

"Fairest Flower of All" – By Al H. Wilson (1907)

"When I Come Back to You, We'll have a Yankee-Doodle Wedding" – By W. Tracey, and Jack Stern (MCMXVIII)

"When I Lost You" – By Irving Berlin (MCMXII)

"When I Return to the USA and You" – words by Olivia Pariss Dinkins – Music by Myrtle Mae McCay (MCMX)

"When it's Apple blossom Time in Normandy" – by Mellor Gifford, and Trevor (1912)

"When the Pines of Alsace Whisper 'Dixieland'" – Lyric by Jack Frost – Music by Clinton Keithley (MCMXVIII)

"When the Sun Goes Down in France" – By Gilbert C. Tennant (MCMXVII)

"When Yankee Doodle Learns to Parlez Vous Francais" – Words by Will Hart – Music by Ed Nelson (MCMXVII)

"When You and I" – By Louis Tocaben (MCMV)

"When you and I were Young, Maggie" – Words by Geo W. Johnson – Music by J.A. Butterfield

"When You Come Back" – by George M. Cohan (MCMXVIII)

"When You Sang 'Hush-a-Bye-Baby' to Me" – Words by Jesse G.M. Glick – Music by Abe Olman, and Frederic Knight Logan (MCMXVIII)

"Whose Loving Darling Are You?" – Words by Joe McCarthy, and Joe Goodwin – Music by Al Piantadosi (MCMXII)

"The Wild Wild Woman Are Making a Wild Man of Me" – Words by Al Wilson – Music by Al Piantadosi (MCMXVII)

"Will you Sometimes Think of Me?" – Words by C.C. Stevens – Music by M.H. Melson (1874)

"Won't You Even Say, 'Hello?'" – Lyrics by Edgar Leslie – Music by Al. Piantadosi (MCMVIII)

"The Yankee Doodle Boy" – By Geo M. Cohan (1904)

"The Yeomen of the Guard" – Arr. By Charles Godfrey June (1918, 19)

"You (Nur Dich)" – Words by Mrs. H.D. Pittman – Music by Alfred G. Robyn (1891)

"The Song of Songs, Chanson du Coeur Brise" – Words by Maurice Vaucaire – Music by Moya (1914)

"Absent" – Words by Catherine Young Glen – Music by John W. Metcalf (1899)

"Ain't You Coming Back to Old New Hampshire, Molly?" – Words by Robert F. Roden – Music by J. Fred Helf

"The Anvil Chorus" frpm Il Trovatore – By Verdi

"Au Revoir, But not Good Bye Soldier Boy" – Words by Lew Brown – Music by Albert Von Tilzer (MCMXVII)

"Babalina" – By M.E. Berry (MCMVII)

"Beautiful Ohio" – Lyrics by Ballard McDonald – Music by Mary Earl (MCMXVIII)

"The Brook, Tone Poem" – By Leo Friedman (MCMXIV)

"Tipperary, Irish March Song" – By Leo Curtley, James M. Fulton, and J. Fred Helf (MCMVII)

"The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" – Words by Ballard McDonald – Music by Harry Carroll (1913)

"Two Lips in Georgia" – Lyric by Alfred Bryan – Music by Jean Schwartz (MCMXIX)

"USA for Mine" – By J.S. Hoges, and W. Darrell (MCMVIII)

"The Uncle Sammy Girls" – By Richard H. Gerard (MCMVI)

"Until you Said Good-Bye!" – Words by D.A. Esrom – Music by Theodore Morse (MCMXIII)

"Violets Blue, a Summer Idyll" – By Fred H. Shepheard (1908)

"We'll Go Back to Erin Some Day, Mavourneen" – By Olive L. Frields, Will Oakland, and Harry L. Newman (MCMIX)

"We'll Knock the Heligo-Into Heligo-Out of Heligoland!" – Words by John O'Brien – Music by Theodore Morse (MCMXVII)

"What's in a Kiss?" – by Wm.J. Scanlan (MDCCCLXXXIII)

"When Broadway Was Pasture" – Words by Joe McCarthy – Music by Al Piantadosi (MCMXI)

"Smarty" – Words by Jack Norworth – Music by Albert Von Tilzer (MCMVIII)

"Un Soir, Beautiful Night" – By Octave Cremieux (1919)

"Sons of America, America Needs You, March Song" – Words by Arthur F. Holt – Music by William T. Pierson (MCMXVII)

"Sweet Little Buttercup" – Words by Alfred Bryan – Music by Herman Paley (MCMXVII)

"Sweet Spirit, Hear my Prayer" – by Vincent Wallace (1880)

"That Mellow Melody" – Words by Sam M. Lewis – Music by Geo W. Meyer (1912)

"They Always Pick on Me" – Words by Stanley Murphy – Music by Harry Von Tilzer (MCMXI)

"They Were All Out of Step but Jim" – By Irving Berlin (MCMXVIII)

"Thinking of You" – Words by Francis Lowell – Music by William Dichmont (MCMXIII)

"A Perfect Day" – By Carrie Jacob-Bond (MCMX)

"Put on your Old Grey Bonnet" – Words by Stanley Murphy – Music by Percy Wenrich (MCMIX)

"Ragtime Soldier Man" – By Irving Berlin (1912)

"Row, Row, Row" – Words by William Jerome – Music by Jimmie V. Monaco (MCMXII)

"Send Me Away with a Smile" – By Louis Weslyn, and Al Piantadosi (MCMXVII)

"Silver Threads Among the Gold" – words by Eben E. Rexford – Music by H.P. Danks (1873)

"Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts for Soldiers" – words by R.P. Weston – Music by Herman E. Darewski (MCMXIV)

"Sleep my Kinky Headed Coon" – By John J. Fitzpatrick (1900)

"Sleepy Lou" – By Irene M. Giblin (MCMVI)

"Napoleon's Last Charge March" – Arr. By E.T. Paul (MCMX)

"The Ocean Roll" – Words by Roger Lewis – Music by Lucien Denni (MCMXI)

"Oh! Frenchy" – Words by Ehrlich – Music by Con Conrad (MCMXVIII)

"Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh" – Words by Ed Rose – Music by Abe Olman (MCMXVII)

"Oh, Mr. Dream Man, Please Let Me Dream Some More" – By Jimmie V. Monaco(MCMXI)

"La Paloma" – by Yradier (1901)

"Parting" – Words by David Sequeira – Music by Theo Bendix

"Peg O' My Heart" – Words by Alfred Bryan – Music by Fred Fisher (MCMXIII)

"Kisses" – Words by J. Franklin Warner – Music by P.W. Turnbull (1884)

"Lady Angeline" – Words by Dave Reed – Music by George Christie (MCMXII)

"Liberty Bell, It's time to Ring Again" – Words by Joe Goodwin – Music by Halsey K. Mohr (MCMXVII)

"Lincoln's College Flag" – Words by Will A. Heelan – Music by J. Fred Helf (1912)

"The Little Girl in Blue" – Lyrics by Robert B. smith – Music by Raymond Hubbell (MCMVII)

"Lorraine, My Beautiful Alsace Lorraine" – Words by Alfred Bryan – Music by Fred Fisher (1917)

"Melodie of Love" – By H. Engelmann (1903)

"The Melody of my Dream" (MCMXVI)

Mikado – By Sullivan

"Military Waltz" – by Frederic Knight Logan (MCMXVII)

"Mine" – Words by James W. McGee, and Paul Benedek – Music by Alfred Solman (1912)

"Montana, A Western Two-Step" – By Theodore Morse (1908)

"Mother, I'm Dreaming of You" – by Jack Caddigan, and Schick Story (MCMXVIII)

"My Dream of the USA" – By Leonard Chick, Chas Roth, and Ted Snyder (1908)

"My Lady of the Embassy, Waltzes" – By Chas H. Roth (1909)

"My Little Persian Rose" – Lyric by Edgar Allan Woolf – Music by Anatol Friedland (MCMXII)

"My Mariuccia Take a Steamboat, She's Gone Away" – Words by Geo Ronklyn – Music by Al Piantadosi

"In the Shadows" – Words by E. Ray Goetz – Music by Herman Finck (MCMXI)

"It's a Long Way to Tipperary" – By Jack Judge, and Harry Williams (1912)

"Joan of Arc, They Are Calling You" – Words by Alfred Bryan, and Willie Weston – Music by Jack Wells (MCMXVII)

"Juanita", Spanish Ballad – By Mrs. Norton

"Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight" – Words by Sam M. Lewis, and Joe Young – Music by M.K. Jerome (MCMXVIII)

"Just a Dream of you, Dear" – Words by C.F. McNamara – Music by F. Henri Klickmann (MCMX)

"Just a Wearyin' For You" – Words by Frank Stanton – Music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond (MCMI)

"Just As the Ship Went Down" – Words by Edith Maida Lessing – Music by Bernie Adler, and Sidney Gibson (MCMXII)

"I'm Going Back to Kentucky Sue" – Words by Lew Brown – Music by Albert Von Tilzer (MCMXII)

"April Showers" – Words by B.G. De Sylva – Music by Louis Silvers (MCMXXI)

"Barcarolle" from Les Contes D'Hoffmann – By Jacques Offenbach

"Baby O' Mine" – By Katherine Watson, and Chas Roy Cox (MCMXXIV)

"The Bells of Youth" – Words by Fiona Macleod – Music by Oley Speaks (1917)

"The Black Hawk Waltz" – By Mary E. Walsh

"Carolina in the Morning" – Words by Gus Kahn – Music by Walter Donaldson (MCMXXII)

"Everything is Peaches Down in Georgia" – Words by Grant Clarke – Music by Milton Ager, and Geo W. Meyer (MCMXVIII)

"Florida Nights" – Words by Clara Griffith Gazzan – Music by Oreste Vessella (MCMXIX)

"Good-Bye Alexander, Good-Bye Honey Boy" – By Creamer, and Layton (MCMXVIII)

"Here's to the Flag" – Words by Leonora Beck Ellis – Music by W. Rhys Herbert (1916)

"How 'Ya Gonna Keep' Em Down on the Farm?" – Words by Sam M. Lewis, and Joe Young – Music by Walter Donaldson (MCMXIX)

"I'll be Waiting at the Old Farm Gate for You" – By Thomas Evans (MCMXXIII)

"I'm going to Climb the Blue Ridge Mountains Back to You" – Words by Robert Levenson – Music by Geo B. McConnell (MCMXVIII)

"Jim Jim, I Always Knew that you'd Win" – Words by Ben Ryan, and Bert Hamlon – Music by Harry Von Tilzer (MCMXVIII)

"Let the Rest of the World Go By" – Words by J. Keirn Brennan – Music by Ernest R. Ball (MCMXIX)

"Little by Little You're Breaking my Heart" – By Max Clay, and Robert Levenson (MCMXIX)

"A Little Birch Canoe and You" – Words by J. Will Callahan – Music by Lee S. Roberts (MCMXVIII)

"Love Bird" – By Mary Earl, and Ted Fiorito (MCMXXI)

"Mickey" – Words by Harry Williams – Music by Niel Moret (MCMXVIII)

"Mighty Lak' a Rose" – Words by Frank L. Stanton – Music by Ethelbert Nevin (MCMI)

"Madelon, I'll be True to the Whole Regiment" – words by Louis Bousquet – Music by Camille Robert (1918)

"Mammy O' Mine"– Words by W. Tracey – Music by Maceo Pinkard (MCMXIX)

"Melody" – By Anton Rubinstein

"The Music Goes Rround and Around" – Words by Red Hodgson – Music by Edward Farley, and Michael Riley (1935)

"My Isle of Golden Dreams" – words by Gus Kahn – Music by Walter Blaufuss (MCMXIX)

"The Navy Will Bring Them Back!" – Words by Yeoman Howard Johnson – Music by Ira Schuster (MCMXVIII)

"Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning" – By Irving Berlin (MCMXVIII)

"Out Where the Billows Roll High" – Words by J.T. Branen – Music by H.W. Petrie (MCMI)

"Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" – Music by Leon Jessel (MCMXXII)

"Someday I'll Make You Glad" – Words by Max C. Freedman – Music by Harry D. Squires (MCMXVIII)

"Some Day, when the War is O'er" – Words by Walter King – Music by Earl Burtnett (MCMXVIII)

"Somewhere Someone is Waiting for Me" – Words by Neville Fleeson – Music by Albert Vete (MCMXVIII)

"Song of Love" – Words by Dorothy Donnelly – Music by Franz Schubert, and Heinrich Berte (MCMXXI)

"Sonny Boy" – By Al Johnson, B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (1928)

"Souvenir" – By Franz Drdla

"There is no Sunshine in my Heart When Moonshine's in your Head" – Words by Mayme M. Larkin – Music by M. Donald Walker (MCMXXV)

"Three O'clock in the Morning" – Words by Dorothy Terriss – Music by Julian Robledo (MCMXXII)

"Till We Meet Again" – Words by Raymond B. Egan – Music by Richard A. Whiting (MCMXVIII)

"Wait and See, You'll Want me Back" – By Chas R. McCarron, and Carey Morgan (MCMXIX)

"My Own United States" – Words by Stanislas Stange – Music by Julian Edwards (MCMXI)

"The Washington Evening Star March" – By W.J. Stannard (1924)

"Way Down Yonder in New Orleans" – By Creamer< and Layton (MCMXXII)

"When the Boys Come Home" – Words by John Hay – Music by Oley Speaks (1917)

"When the Moon Shines in Coral Gables" – By Chas Bayha (MCMXXIV)

"Would 'Ja have a Cup o' Java with me?" – By Irving Caesar, Sammy Lerner, and Gerald Marks (1936)

"Would You Rather be a Colonel with an Eagle on your Arm than a Private with a Chicken on your Knee" – Words by Fred Fisher – Music by Leo Edwards (1918)

"Mother is Dying, and Baby is Dead" – By Willie Wildwave

"YES! We Have No Banana" – By Frank Silver, and Irving Cohn (MCMXXIII)

"You Know You Belong to Somebody Else, So Why Don't you Leave me Alone" – Words by Eugene West – Music by James V. Monaco (MCMXXII)

"Just Loving You" – Words by Julia Dowdell Gautier – Music by Vinn Pitts Christian (MCMXVII)

Box 6

Rubank Holiday Collection – Arranged by E. De Lamater – 1st Violin (3 copies)

Rubank Holiday Collection – Arranged by E. De Lamater - 2nd Violin (2 copies)

Rubank Holiday Collection – Arranged by E De Lamater – 3rd Violin

Rubank Holiday Collection – Arranged by E. De Lamater – 1st Eb Saxophone – Eb Clarinet

Rubank Holiday Collection – Arranged by E. De Lamater – 2nd Eb Alto Sax. (2 copies)

"The Penitent" – By Beardsley Van de Water (MDCCCXCII) (2 copies)

"God Heareth Me" – Words by E. Jewel Robinson – Music by William Dichmont (1929) (2 copies)

"Beside Still Waters" – By Bernard Hamblen (MCMXXV) (2 copies)

"Our Faith in Thee" – Words by George Graff Jr. – Music by Ernest R. Ball (MCMXXIII)

"Be Still" – Words by Benjamin S. Ferral – Music by Alfred Wooler (1926)

"Come, Ye Blessed" – By John Prindle Scott (1917)

"Just for To-Day" – Words by Samuel Wilberforce – Music by F. Flaxington Harker (1914) (2 copies)

"O Eyes that are Weary" (Sacred Song) – Words by John N. Darby – Music by F. Flaxington Harker (1916)

"Repent Ye" - By John Prindle Scott (1917) (3 copies)

Sam Fox Sacred Orchestra, Folio # 1 – 1st violin (3 copies)

Sam Fox Sacred Orchestra, Folio #1 - 2nd Violin (2 copies)

Fox Favorite Orchestra, Folio Vol.6 – Violin Obbligato (a)

Fox Favorite Orchestra, Folio Vol.6 – Violin Obbligato (b)

Fox Favorite Orchestra,  Folio Vol.6 – Cello

Fox Favorite Orchestra,  Folio Vol.6 – Trombone (Bass Clef) (3 copies)

Fox Favorite Orchestra, Folio vol.6 – 1st Cornet (Bb)

Fox Trot for Orchestra

"The Bells of St. Mary's" – Fox Trot – Words by Douglas Furber – Music by Emmett Adams (MCMXVII)

"Till the end of time" – By Buddy Kaye, and Ted Mossman (1945)

"Vocal – concert for Orchestra" (MCMXLIII)

Selected Kist of "Goldmine" Library Orchestra Edition (MCMXXXIII)

"El Capitan March" – John Philip Sousa (1896)

"The Liberty Bell March" – John Philip Sousa

Rubank Holiday Collection – Drums (2 copies)

Rubank Holiday Collection – 1st Part Cornet – Sax

Rubank Holiday Collection – 2nd Trombone-Cello-Baritone (2 copies)

Rubank Holiday Collection – 1st Clarinet

Rubank Holiday Collection – 2nd Clarinet (2 copies)

Preparatory Scale Exercises – by Godowsky (1918) (2 copies)

"O-Hi-O" – Words by Jack Yellen – Music by Abe Olman (MCMXX)

"88" Grand Old songs for Voice, Piano, and Uke (MCMXXVIII)

Ludwig's Little Blue Book (MCMXXXVIII)

Our First Band Folio – By Ed Chenette (MCMXXXVIII)

"Orange Colored Sky" – By Milton Delugg, and Willie Stein (1950)

"Pie Plant Pete, and Bashful Joe's" – Favorite Old Time songs (1945)

"Russian Lullaby" – By Irving Berlin (1927)

"For You Alone" – Words by P.J. O'Reilly – Music by Henry E. Geehl (MCMIX)

"Where in the World" – by Al Lewis, Gerald Marks, Emerson Gill, and Carmen Lombardo (MCMXXVII)

"Sunshine" -- Words by Robert W. Service – Music by Geo Dupont-Hansen (1950)

"Playmates" – By Saxie Dowell (1940)

"The Waltz you Saved for Me" – Words by Gus Kahn – Music by Wayne King, and Emil Flindt (1930)

"Because You're Mine" – Words by Sammy Cahn – Music by Nicholas Brodszky (1951)

"We Never Talk Much" – Words by Sammy Cahn – Music by Nicholas Brodszky (1950)

"Bill" – Words by P.G. Wodehouse and Oscar Hammerstein – Music by Jerome Kern (MCMXXVII)

"Don't Cry, Cherie" – By Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson (MCMXLI)

"A Dreamer's Holiday" – Words by Kim Gannon – Music by Mabel Wayne (MCMXLIX)

"Roll 'Em Girls" – by Bobby Heath, Micky Marr, and Archie Fletcher (1925)

"Jealous Heart" – By Jenny Lou Carson (1944)

"At Last! At Last!" – Words by Florence Miles – Music by Charles Trenet (1952)

"Only a Rose" – Words by Brian Hooker – Music by Rudolf Friml (MCMXXV)

"Eight Songs from Green Timber" – Lyrics by Charles O. Roos – Music by Thurlow Lieurance (1921)

"My Wild Irish Rose" – By Chauncey Olcott (MDCCCXCIX)

"Arise, Shine, for Thy Light is Come" – by F. Flaxington Harker (1931)

"Truly I Do" – by Lester M. Palmer (1925)

"Crossing the Stile" – Words by Hubert Fletcher – Music by Montague Ewing

"Supposing" – by J.W. Bischoff (MCMVII)

"Slave Song" – Words by E. Nesbit – Music by Teresa Del Riego (MDCCCXCIX)

"Connais-tu le Pays?/Know'st Thou Not that Fair Land?" – By Ambroise Thomas (1913)

"The Quiet Road" – Words by Bertys Y. Williams – Music by Oley Speaks (1921)

"Songs of the North American Indian" – by Thurlow Lieurance (1920)

"Bon Jour, ma Belle" – Words by Guy Eden – Music by A.H. Behrend (MCMXVI)

"The Silent Lagoon" – By Bernard Hamblen (MCMXVI)

"Come Sweet Morning/Viens Aurore" – Arranged by A.L (MDCCCXCVI)

"When the Sun Goes Down" – By Arthur A. Penn (MCMXXIV)

"Love is a Riddle" – By John Prindle Scott (1928)

"Phillis Has Such Charming Graces" -- Words by Anthony Young – Music by H. Lane Wilson (MDCCCXCIX)

"Your Song from Paradise" – Words by P. Brookton – Music by Sydney Barlow Brown (MCMXXVI) (2 copies)

"Sing me to Ssleep" – Words by Clifton Bingham – Music by Edwin Greene (MCMII)

"That Something in your Eyes" – Words by Lee M. Walker – Music by Arthur Layton (MCMXXIV)

"Lilies of Lorraine" – Words by Clifford Grey – Music by Pierre Connor (MCMXXVI)

"How Beautiful Heaven Must be" (Manuscript)

"Last Rose of Summer" – By Henri Herz

"Ben Hur Chariot Race March" – By E.T. Paull (1894)

"Fruhlingsrauschen/Gazouillement du Printemps/Rustle of Spring" -- Christian Sinding, 1896

"If I Thought that Wishes Would Ever Come True" – By E. Clinton Keithley

"Simple Aveu, Simple confession" – By Francis Thome

"Blest be The Tie That Binds" – Words by John Fawcett – Music by Hans G. Nageli

The Star-Spangled Banner – words by Francis Scott Key – Music by John Stafford Smith

Classic Piano Gems

"My Wild Irish Rose" (Manuscript)

"When my Sweetheart Mary Whispered 'Yes'" – Words by Tommy Odell – Music by Alexander Mignani (1905)

Bound Miscellaneous Music Sheets

"The Garden of the Lord" – Words by Elsie Duncan Yale – Music by A.B. Dorsey (MCMXXVII)

"Morning Prayer/Priere du Matin" – By L. Streabbog

"Salut D'Amour/Love's Greeting" – by Edward Elgar (MCMXXIV)

"Roses and Memories, – By Ted Snyder (1909)

"Rest, Crucified Redeemer" – Words by Elsie Duncan Yale – Music by Alfred Judson (MCMXVII)

"The Vale of Dreams" – Words by Chas E. Baer – Music by Johann C. Schmidt (MCMX)

"Faded Love Letters of Mine" – Words by Richard W. Pascoe – Music by Luella Lockwood Moore and Will E. Dulmage (MCMXXII)

"Farewell" – By A. H. Eastman – Music by Fred Heltman (MCMXVII)

"Evening Chimes" – by Carl Heins (1906)

"All for You" – words by Samuel Minturn Peck – Music by Guy d'Hardelot (MDCCCXCIX)

"Mimi" – Words by Ballard MacDonald – Music by Con Conrad (MCMXXI)

"I'm Sorry I Made you Cry" – By N. J. Clesi (MCMXVIII)

"La Paloma" – By YRadier (MCMVI)

Rudiments of Music

"Whispering Hope" – By Alice Hawthorne (1935)

"Dream House" – Words by Earle Foxe – Music by Lynn Cowan (MCMXXVI)

"Garden of Dreams, Reverie Serenade" – by Harry J. Lincoln (MCMIX)

"Slumber On!" – Words by Walter Preston – Music by Keith Mc Leod (1928)

"All That I Ask of You is Love" – Words by Edgar Selden – Music by Herbert Ingraham (1910)

"His Love" – Words by S.E. Mekin – Music by Alfred Wooler (1930)

"Peace, Be Still" – Words by J. Martyn Walsh – Music by Stanley S. Effinger (1927)

"When it's Darkness on the Delta" – Words by Marty Symes, and Al J. Neiburg – Music by Jerry Levinson (1932)

"Blue Prelude" – Words by Gordon Jenkins – Music by Joe Bishop (1933)

"The Beat O' My Heart" – Words by Johnny Burke – Music by Harold Spina (1934)

"Auf Wiedersehen, My Dear" – Words by Herr Fred Fisher – Music by Al Hoffman, Ed Nelson, Al Goodhart, Milton Ager (1932)

"Ah, But is it Love?" – Words by E.Y. Harburg – Music by Jay Gorney (MCMXXXIII)

"Are you Makin Any Money?" – By Herman Huffeld (MCMXXXIII)

"A Boy and a Girl Were Dancing" – Words by Mack Gordon – Music by Harry Revel (1932)

"Carolina Moon" – By Benny Davis (1928)

"That Little World is Mine" – Words by J. Keirn Brennan – Music by Jessie L. Deppen (MCMXXVI)

"The Little Rogue" – By Richard Krentzlin (1925)

"The Swans" – By Mary Helen Brown (1921)

52 Masterpieces for Violin and Piano (1942)

"God's Little House" – Words by Daniel S. Twohig – Music by Pierre Connor (1928)

"The Alpine Glow" – By Adam Geibel (1928)

"The Fragrance of a Rose" – By Wilson G. Howard (MCMXIV)

"Heaven's Vesper Song" – Words by Frederick H. Martens – Music by Francke Cullis Morley (1928)

"Robin, Sing a Merry Tune" – Words by Paul Bliss – Music by Ernest Newton (1923)

"C'est Vous/It's You" – By Abner Greenberg, Abner Silver, and Harry Richman (1927)

"Be Thou my Guide" – By Ruth C. Dovenspike, and Gerall G. Dovenspike (1925)

"Little Chink" – Words by Mildred Merryman – Music by Helen Wing (1926)


Box 7

The Willis Graded School Orchestra and Band Series – By J.E. Maddy, and T.P. Giddings Vol. Two (MCMXXIV) – Cornets (2 copies)

The Willis Graded School Orchestra and Band Series – By J.E. Maddy, and T.P. Giddings Vol. Two (MCMXXIV) – Trombone and Baritone or Tenor Horn

The Willis Graded School Orchestra and Band Series – By J.E. Maddy, and T.P. Giddings Vol. Two (MCMXXIV) – 1st and 2nd Clarinets

Rubank Holiday Collection (MCMXXXII) – 2nd Alto Sax

The Best of Popular Music – Book One (1968)

Vintage Theatre Styles for the Modern Organist – by William McMains – Book 1 (1967)

"Sing for Joy" – Bible Text Adapted by Katherine Mahan – Music by Warren M. Angell (Manuscript) (1978)

Johann Sebastian Bach – Two and Three Part Inventions for the Piano (1894)

"Souvenir" – by Franz Drdla (1916)

Essay Chroma I – for Piano Quartet – Violin – By Harriet Bolz (1983)

Essay Chroma I – for Piano Quartet – Viola – by Harriet Bolz (1983)

Lyric Sonata for String Quartet, flute, clarinet, and Bassoon – by Harriet Bolz (1980)

No Song, No Supper – A Comic Opera in Two Acts – words by Prince Hoare – Music by Stephen Storace (1790)

Old Favorite Songs – Issued by Lawrenceburg Roller Mills Co.

"Bereft, A Song" – By Louis T. chase

Breyers Collection of Traditional Children's Songs

"Sweet Memories of Dixie" (MCMXXIV)

Bremner Harpsichord Lessons

Gilbert and Sullivan at Home – Arranged for Either Playing or Singing – By Albert E. Wier (1927)

"My Georgia" – Lyrics by Maude Steinhauer Woolf – Music by Charles McDaniel Wood (1934)

Our Hearts' Delight or Sweet Melodies of the Past and Present – A Vast Treasury of Choice Vocal and Instrumental Music – compiled by Prof. Charles F. Escher Jr ((1891)

Church Psalmody – By Charles Steggall

"The King of Kings" – Words by George Graff – Music by Geoffrey O'Hara (1953) – Signed by Arranger

Chorale Melody given by Katherine Hines (Mahan) (Manuscript)

Mighty Spirit All Transcending, A Capella Anthem for Mixed Choir (Manuscript)

"Did You Think to Pray" (Manuscript)

"Moulin Rouge" (Manuscript)

"Lectio Secunda" (Xerox)

"The Kitchen of Miss Todd's House, Next Morning" (3 copies)

"Bob's Bedroom" (Scene III)

"Mary Had a Baby" – Christmas Spiritual Arranged by Warren M. Angell (1957)

String Quartet First Movement – By Katherine Hines (Mahan)

Morning Prayer, a Chorale in Free Style – By Katherine Hines (Mahan)

Cactus Rhapsody for Trio Piano, clarinet, Cello – by Radie Britain (Manuscript)

Youth Choir Quarterly # 15  – Christmas-Easter-General (1966)

Church Musician – November 1952

Sing for Joy – Text Adapted by Katherine Mahan – Music by Harren Angell

Famous Spirituals (Male Voices) – Arranged by Walter Goodell (1934)

"Mr. Peachum Air #1" – Beggar's Opera – Arranged by Katherine Mahan

"Indian March" of the much admired American Play called COLUMBUS – Arranged by C. Hupfeld (1799?)

Music – (Manuscript)

Compositions for 1987 – NFMC + Tape

"Hymn for Good Friday" – Peter Wolle (2 copies)

"He is God, The King of Glory" – By Warren M. Angell (1980) Signed by Warren Angell

"Let God be Magnified" – By Warren M. Angell (1980) Signed by Warren Angell

"Behold the Lord God" – by Warren M. Angell (MCMLXXX) Signed by Warren Angell

"The King of Kings" – Words by George Graff – Music by Geoffrey O'Hara (1953)

"The Bullfrogs Song" (1964)

"Prayers of Steel" – Poem by Carl Sandburg (1978)

Chicago Cottage Organ Book, a New and Improved Method for the Organ – Published by The Cable Company (1878)

First National Institute of Violin, a Practical Progressive Teaching System Vol.1 – By Daisy Murrman Stryker (1930)

Mannheimer Zither-Album

Music of Acoma, Isleta, Cochiti and Zuni Pueblos – By Frances Densmore – Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 165 (1957)

A Collection of War Songs, the South (1888)

Tunes, Old and New: The Hymnal (1872)

Box 8

"The Jubilee" – by W.B. Bradbury – Published by Mason Bothers. New York

The Broadman Hymnal (1940)

The Sacred Harp – Revised and Improved by W.M. Cooper (1902)

The Singing School – By I. B. Woodbury (1856)

Love and Praise: Hymns and Tunes, Original and Selected, For the Sunday School (1883)

"The Conqueror" – by C.E. Leslie and R.H. Randall (1880)

Church Hymnal and Sunday School Songs

The National Grange Choir – Published by the Executive Committee of the National Grange for Use in the Granges of the United States (1883)

The Second Concord Anthem Book for the Use of Mixed Voice Choirs in Protestant Churches #1200 (1922) (5 copies)

The Concord Anthem book for the Use of Mixed voice Choirs in Protestant Churches #13 (1922) (5 copies)

Box 9

Coronation Hymns for The Church and Sunday-School (1910)

Calvary, A Cantata for solo and chorus of Mixed Voices – By Henry Wessel (MCMXIII)

"Duette fur Zwei Singstimmen"

The Gateway Choir Book – Arranged by Matthew N. Lundquist (1940)

"The Man of Nazareth" – Music by James H. Rogers (1930)

Paradology, Songs for Fun and Felloship – By E.O. Harbin (MCMXXVII)

Messiah a la Moog – By Fred Bock (1970)

American Collection, Mixed Voices – By Henry W. Davis (MCMXLII)

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Stabat Mater, A Sacred Cantata – Arranged by Wayne Howorth

S"ong from La Casa de Paz" – Words by Arwin F. B. Garellick Sexauer – Music by Jack L. Garellick (1981)

"Della Budd Swain"

Anthology of Early American Keyboard Music 1787-1830 Part 1

"Dolly Asleep" – Music Folio (1925) (Manuscript)

The Willis Graded School Orchestra and Band Series by J.E. Maddy and T.P. Giddings Vol. 2 – Violins (MCMXXIV)

The Willis Graded School Orchestra and Band Series by J.E. Maddy and T.P. Giddings Vol.2 – Piano, with cue (2 copies)

Selected List of "Goldmine" Library Orchestra Edition (1904)

The World's Best Music, Famous Songs Vol. 6 (1908)

E. M. Magrader N.F. Academy (1858)

"Lament" (Manuscript)

"Wake, Awake, for Night is Flying" – by Dale Wood (1963)

"Cherubim Song" – By Nikolai Nikolaievitch Tcherepnin (1933)

W. B. Olds Treble Choruses (1938)

"To the Prince of Peace" – Words by Thomas Olivers – Music by Everett Titcomb (1966)

Christmas Carols and Hymns

"Bless Us O God" – by Glad Robinson Youse (1969)

Colorado Pen Women State Song – By Frances M. Folger (1981) (2 copies)

"Sonatina for Peace" – By Dr. Arwin G. Sexauer (1985)

Music in America – Chester – by William Billings (1770)

Bicentennial Hymns of the Month – June 1975 to May 1976

"Lord, I Want to be a Christian" – Arranged by Bill Cannady Elijah, An Oratorio – By Felix Mendelssohn

New Kimball Method for the Reed Organ (1905)

"Songs from La Casa de Paz" – Words by Arwin F. B. Garellick Sexauer – Music by Jack L. Garellick

The Encore by L.O. Emerson (1876)

Pentecostal Hymns – Evangelistic Services Young People's Societies and Sunday-Schools (1887)

Awakening Songs for the Church, Sunday-School and Evangelistic Services

Gospel Hymns Combined #1, 2, and 3 – Gospel Meetings

"Bright Gems" – By Philip Phillips (1887)

Box 10

Ten Bound Books:

Songs for the sanctuary, or Hymns and tunes for Christian worship

Carmina sacra, or Boston collection of church music: Comprising the most popular psalm and hymn tunes in general use: together with a great variety of new tunes, chants, sentences, motetts and anthems, principally by distinguished European composers: the whole constituting one of the most complete collections of music for choirs, congregations, singing schools and societies extant

The sacred harp: A collection of psalm and hymn tunes, odes and anthems selected from the most eminent authors ; together with nearly one hundred pieces never before published, suited to most meters, and well adapted to churches of every denomination, singing schools and private societies, with plain rules for learners

The sacred harp: A collection of psalm and hymn tunes, odes, and anthems, selected from the most eminent authors ; together with nearly one hundred pieces never before published, suited to most metres, and well adapted to churches of every denomination, singing schools, and private societies ; with plain rules for learners

A system of technical exercises for the pianoforte: Including a new and complete treatment of scale and arpeggio forms; a school of touch

The church hymnal, revised and enlarged ; in accordance with the action of the general convention of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States of America in the year of our Lord 1892

A biographical dictionary of musicians

Drills and marches; written exclusively for this work

Peters' Burrowe's [sic] primer; containing the rudiments of music calculated either for private tuition or teaching in class

Prayer and praise : hymns adapted for prayer meetings, experience meetings, revivals, missionary meetings and all special occasions of Christian work and worship

Box 11

Six Bound Books:

Book 1: Sallie H. Holt, Columbus, Ga., January 6, 1860.
There's a voice that whispers to me / music composed & arranged for the piano by Sextus Sawtell
The separation ballad / written by Thomas Moore ; music by J.C. Engelbrecht
When the swallows homeward fly, Agathe / English words by J.H. Gordon ; music by Francis Abt
Home again / words and music by Marshall S. Pike, esq. ; arranged for the piano by J.P. Ordway
Home, sweet, home / written by John Howard Payne ; adapted to a Sicilian air by Henry R. Bishop ; arranged as a song duett or trio by G.J. Webb
The little white cottage, or Gentle Nellie Moore / poetry by Marshall S. Pike, esq. ; melody by G.S.P. ; chorus and piano accompaniment by J.S. Pierpont
I'm a merry laughing girl / composed for the piano forte by C.W. Glover
Sweet floweret full of grace / music by F. Masini ; translated & adapted by Theo. T. Barker
The switzers farewell, national Swiss song / written by Geo. Linley ; arranged by Herr Mengis
The star of home, der heimathstern / Canthal
What is home without a mother / Alice Hawthorne
Believe me, if all those endearing young charms / written by Thomas Moore
The fairest of the fair / music by German Reed ; words by Wm. Brough
The young May moon from Moore's Irish melodies
Come into the garden, Maud serenade from Tennyson's "maud" / set to music for the voice with accompaniment for the piano forte ; arrangement by M.W. Balfe, John Blockley, J.D. Parker
By gone hours, or Tis sad to think upon the joyous days of old / words by the Honorable Mrs. Norton ; music by Mrs. Price Blackwood
O'they marchd thro' the town / words by T.H. Bayly ; composed by S. Nelson Dearest spot of earth to me is home / W.T. Wrighton ; arranged as a quartett for soprano alto tenor & bass by Geo. F. Root
Dog and cat / written and arranged by Henry Walker
In the eye there lies the heart / composed by Franz Abt ; English version by George Linley
I wandered on the sea-beat shore, or the Shells of Oceania / music by J.W. Cherry
Fair Ella Lee / music by N. Barker
I love but one_I love but thee / the words by R.C. Josselyn, esq. ; the music adapted from Bob's opera La princesse de Grénade by an Amateur
I'd be a star / words by R.J.N. Keeling, esq. ; music composed by Charles H. Gerken
Meet me by the running brook, or In the days of long ago / composed by Auguste Mignon
Something to love me, ballad / words by J.E. Carpenter ; music by E.L. Hime
Comin' thro' the rye, the admired Scotch ballad
The thoughtless vow / written by Geo. P. Morris, esq. ; composed by J.R. Thomas
Kathleen Mavourneen / F.N. Crouch
Music at nightfall, duett / written by C.J. Jeffreys, esq. ; music by S. Nelson
We girls never mean half we say / composed by O.M. Brewster
Maggie by my side / written & composed by Stephen C. Foster
Let us live with a hope / by Alice Hawthorne
Comin' thro' the rye, as sung by Jenny Lind / arranged for the piano forte
Hear me Norma, Mira, O Norma / by Bellini ; words by Ch. Jeffreys ; arranged by S. Nelson
O take me home to Italy / words and music by S. Sawtell
Oft in the stilly night, a Scotch air / sung by Mr. Howard in the Lady of the Lake ; arranged by Sir J. Stevenson
Hear me, Norma, the celebrated duett from the opera La Norma / by Bellini
Oh let me dream of former years / words & music composed by P.S. Gilmore The child of the regiment / music by Donizetti ; English words by Charles Jeffreys ; arranged by C.W. Glover
I am dreaming of thee / composed by Alexander Lee
The death of Warren, a national song / written by Epes Sargent, esq. ; music by William R. Dempster
Oh! I was happy then, ballad / words by Edward Fitzball ; music by Chas W. Glover
Then you'll remember me, a ballad in the opera of The Bohemian girl / composed by M.W. Balfe
Meet me by moonlight, a ballad / written and composed by J. Augustine Wade, esq.
Ellen Bayne / written & composed by Stephen C. Foster
Gentle Annie / written and composed by Stephen C. Foster
O wert thou but mine own love / composed for the piano forte by F. Kuchen
Listen to the mocking bird / written and arranged by Alice Hawthorne
Be kind to the loved ones at home / composed and arranged for the piano forte by I.B. Woodbury
Smiles and tears / composed for the piano by S.D.S.
Some things love me / poetry by Thomas Buchanan Read ; music composed by W.R. Dempster
'Tis the harp in the air / composed by W. Vincent Wallace
By the sad sea waves / J. Benedict
Rosalie the prairie flower / by Wurzel (Geo. F. Foot)
The farmer's boy / by Edward L. White
Down the burn Davy love, a favorite Scotch song / arranged for the piano forte by Francoe
Sleeping I dream'd love / the words written & adapted to W.V. Wallace's beautiful romance, Le Réve by Mrs. Mary E. Hewitt ; the symphonies & accompaniments by John H. Hewitt
The heart bow'd down / composed by M.W. Balfe
The captive knight / written by Mrs. Nenrans ; the music by his sister, & both respectfully dedicated to Sir Walter Scott
Marseilles hyman / words & music by Mons. Rougé de L'ille ; arranged by H.N. Gilles
The Sicilian knight, cavatina / in the romantic opera of Rokeby
My heart is thine, ballad / symphonies & accompaniments for the piano forte arranged by P.H. Masi ; words & melody by W.C. Southgate
When the swallows homeward fly / Franz Abt
Good news from home, ballad / words and music by P.S. Gilmore
The flower's prayer / F. Abt
Hark I hear an angel sing / J. Farrenburg
Softly ye night winds, ballad / written and composed as a companion to "Sleeping I dreamed love" / words by Mrs. Mary E. Hewitt ; music by Wm. Vincent Wallace
The song of Blanche Alpen / written by Charles Jeffreys ; composed by Stephen Glover
Give me cot in the valley I love / written by Charles Jeffreys ; composed by S. Glover.

Book 2: No title
Les belles de New York / G. Satter, op. 18
Musical rockets / M. Strakosch
Ah che la morte, Il Trovatore / transcribed for the piano by G.A. Osborne
Les filles du ciel, valses brillantes / Camille Schubert, op. 69
Le Réve, romance / Wm. Vincent Wallace
Jessamine polka / composed by N. Goodman
Les cloches du monastére, nocturne / Lefebure-Wely, op. 54
Lillie's favorite waltz / composed by Charlie C. Converse
Le jasmin, fleurs musicales / Wm. Vincent Wallace
Crazy maiden schottisch / composed by Frank B. Converse
Anvil chorus, Il Trovatore / arranged for the piano forte by Adolph Baumbach
Olga, mazurka / pour piano by A. Goria
Pluie de la perles, valse brillante / pour piano by G.A. Osborne, op. 61
D'Albert's new schottisch
The postillion polka / composed by Maurice Strakosch
Heliatrope waltz / composed by Beethoven
Young America's schottisch / Francis H. Brown
Les bords du Susquehanna, I have something sweet to tell you / Charles Grobe, op. 368
The lancer's quadrilles
Maverick march / composed for the piano by S.D. Hadley
Le bouquet de roses / composed by Cha's D'Albert
Morning star, or Schönbrunner waltz / F. Beyr
Oh! Susanna / composed and arranged for the piano forte by James G. Maeder
Rondo from the nachtlager in Granada / J.H. Kappes
La rose, valse sentimentale / par J.C. Viereck
La cachucha / by A. Le Carpentier
Hop schottisch polka / composed for the piano by Louis Mendelssohn
The Brattleboro waltz and quick step / composed by George Hews
Epsilon Alpha waltz
Polka des clochettes / by Labitzky ; arranged for the piano by G.F. benkert
Kiss me, dear!, polka schottische / composed by Jas. N. Beck
Wide awake waltz / by John L. Truax The last waltz of a lunatic / arranged by Ferd. Beyer, from his op. 109
The junior schottisch / Allen Dodworth
Danse cosaque / composed for the piano by Gustave Blessner
Four bells polka / composed by T.J. Cook
Five belles polka / composed by T.J. Cook
Pupil's polka / A. Tatzel
The students polka / by Geo. W. Hewitt
Grande polka de concert / Wm. Vincent Wallace
Vaillance, polka militaire / Joseph Ascher
Sixty lessons / by Carl Czerny
Etudes de la vèlocitè / C. Czerny
Sturm-marsch galopp, de Bilse / Henri Cramer, op. 104, no. 3
La prima donna valse / Julien.

Book 3: Sarah S. Evans
The silent farewell / composed & arranged for the piano forte by James G. Maeder
O! Doubt not, song / composed & arranged for the piano forte by Peters
The bride, a ballad / written by Charles Jefferys ; composed by S. Nelson
By the margin of fair Zurich's waters, air
My ain fire side / arranged by the piano forte by John Parry
Farewell, since we must part / adapted to a German air by J.H. Hewitt
Oh give me the hills, the woods, and the mountains / poetry by W.C. Bacon, esq. ; music composed by John C. Andrews
Light may the boat row, duett / written by J.B. Phillips, esq. ; arranged and partly composed by J. Watson
The Swiss drover boy / arranged for the piano forte by F. Stockhausen
Come o'er the moonlit sea, duett / written by Charles Jefferys ; adapted to a celebrated air by Auber, and arranged by L. Devereux
Co forcet me why should sorrow / words taken from the New York Mirror ; music selected from Mozart's opera Il Don Giovanni
Jerusalem my happy home, a sacred song and trio / the poetry and air by a young lady ; the symphonies and accompaniments by William Clifton
Still so gently o'er me stealing, the much admired cavatina from Bellini's opera of La Sonnambula / transposed & arranged by Mr. Wm. Penson
Take heed, whisper low: Barcarole in Masaniello / written by Mr. Kenny ; arranged by Mr. T. Cooke
God is love, a Christmas hymn / written by Miss Perry, the air by Miss Lee ; harmonized with accompaniments for the organ or piano forte by Richard B. Taylor
Yon abbey bell, so full and swelling, a sacred song / composed & arranged for the piano forte by The Chevalier L. Neukomm
How cheering the thought, a sacred song / words by Cunningham ; music composed by Geo. J. Webb
The bride's waltz / arranged for the piano forte by W.C. Peters
Duke of Reichstadt's celebrated waltz ; arranged for the piano forte by Adolphe Adam
The favorite callopade, from Gustavus the third, or the masked ball / composed by Auber
The Louisville waltz / composed for the piano forte or harp by Peters
Salzman's trumpet waltz / arranged for the piano forte by Peters
Madame de Neuville's waltz / composed and arranged for the piano forte
The Cinderella waltz
A favorite waltz / composed by M.A. Mozart
The celebrated grand march, in Rossini's opera of Moses in Egypt / arranged for the piano forte by George I. Sieber
Ranger's trip to Westborough, or Lion quick step / composed by James Hooton.

Book 4: C. Magrnder, N.F. Academy, 1858.
Will you come to my mountain home? / written by Alfred Wheeler, esq. ; composed by Francis H. Brown
Oh! whisper what thou feelest / Brinley Richards
It was here in accents sweetest / poetry by G.A. Beckett, esq. ; music by Bellini
Rock'd in the cradle of the deep / words by Mrs. Willard, of Troy ; music by J.P. Knight
Stars of the summer night / words by H.W. Longfellow ; music composed by Henry Weber
Switzer's farewell / Mlle. Jetty Trefez
Salut à la France, from Donizetti's opera of La fille du reciment / The English words by Wm. Corbyn, esq.
Rosy morning, Il trovatore / Verdi ; English words by C.C. Foster ; adapted and transposed by Edward L. Walker
The lone starry hours / melody by James Power ; poetry by Marshall S. Pike ; arranged for the piano forte by J.P. Ordway
The star of love / words by George P. Morris ; music by Wm. Vincent Wallace
Oh as fair as poets dreaming, from the opera of Lucrezia Borgia / music by Donizetti
When the swallows homeard fly, Agathe / English words by J.H. Gordon ; music by Francis Abt
Go thou and dream / arranged with accompaniments by Charles Meineke
Twinkling stars are laughing, love / poetry and music by John P. Ordway
Standchen / composed by Franz Schubert
Thou art gone from my gaze, or the spirit of love keeps a watch over me / words & music by C. Linley ; arranged for the guitar by F. Weiland
Don't be angry mother, for the guitar / written by Master Adams ; arranged by J.E. Müller
Hazel Dell, for the Spanish guitar / composed by Wurzel (Geo. F. Root) ; arranged by Robert Kelly
The grave of Bonaparte / music by L. Heath Hark I hear an angel sing / arranged for the guitar by Justin Holland
The child's wish / arranged for the guitar by J. De Anguera
Hard time come again no more, for the guitar / poetry and music by Stephen C. Foster
Fairy bells / composed by the Hon. Mrs. Norton
Maggie by my side, arranged for the guitar / written, composed and arranged by Stephen C. Foster
Molly do you love me? / written & composed by S.C. Foster ; arranged for the guitar by S. Carnsi
Rosalie the prairie flower / composed by Wurzel (Geo. F. Root)
Dearest spot of earth to me is home / composed by W.T. Wrighton ; arranged for the guitar by F. Weiland
Gentle Annie, for the guitar / words and music by Stephen C. Foster
Mary of the Glen / words by Charles G. Eastman, esq. ; music by Geo. F. Root ; arranged for the guitar by Wm. O. Bateman
Sweet Kate of Norton Vale / composed by C. Simpson ; arranged for the guitar by Charles C. Converse
The rock beside the sea / by Charlie C. Converse ; arranged for guitar by Francis Weiland
Sixty melodies for two guitars / J. Küffner
Here's a health to thee Tom Moore, arranged for the guitar / by Lord Byton ; arranged by Wm. Iucho
Willie's welcome home, answer to Willie we have missed you / written by A. Fleetwood ; music by A. Von Smit
The Marseilles hymn / written & composed by Rouget de Lisle ; arranged for the guitar by Leopold Meignen
Sleeping I dream'd love / the words written & adapted to W.V. Wallace's Le Reve ; arranged for the Spanish guitar by N.A. Baldwin
O whisper what thou feelest / comp. by Brinley Richards ; arr. by C.C. Converse
The world is full of beauty when the heart is full of love! / melody from Donizetti ; arranged for the guitar by A. Von Smit
Then you'll remember me, from the Bohemian girl / arranged for the Spanish guitar by N. Andrew-Baldwin.

Book 5: No Title
Grade valse brillante sur L'Étoile du nord opera de G. Meyerbeer pour piano / par Fred Burgmüller
Grant waltz in the opera, "Faust" by Gounod / arranged by Theo. La Hache
Les lanciers, from Ricci's opera "Crispino e la comare" / by Geo. Wiegand
Crispino galop / J.S. Knight
Potpourri sur des motifs de l'opera: Rigoletto de Verdi / C.W. Marks
Echoes from Lucia di Lammermoor / arranged by Wm. Iucho
Barbe bleue, galop / Paul Steinhagen
Repertoire des jeunes pianistes : il Trovatore de Verdi / Ferdinand Beyer
Repertoire des jeunes pianistes : la Norma / Ferdinand Beyer
Repertoire des jeunes pianistes : die Zigeunerin oper von Balfe / Ferdinand Beyer
Repertoire des jeunes pianistes : la Fille du regiment / Ferdinand Beyer
Rose polka, op. 14, no. 1 / H.A. Wollenhaupt
La scintilla mazurka / by Gottschalk
The bonnie blue flag / A. Cardona
We're a noddin' / Henri Herz
Valse d'adieu pour piano / Richard Hoffman
Minna polka for the piano / composed by Robert Meyer
La pluie de perles / G.A. Osborne
Variations pour le piano / J.F. Marcks
Requiem / composed by Jules C. Meininger
Pretty girls schottisch / J. Rud. Adam
Windsor-Klänge. Walzer für violine und pianoforte / von Johann Strauss
Trois sonatines pour piano : Sonatina I. / par Fredr. Kuhlau
Ophelia march / by Edward Mollenhauer
'Tis the last rose of summer, Irish air for the piano forte / by Henry Herz
Prayer at sea / J. de Jasienski
Maggy, a ballad / words by "Loisl___" ; music by Clare W. Beames
The lament of the Irish emigrant / words by the Hon. Mrs. Price Blackwood ; music by W.R. Dempster
Rose of the world, ballad / words by J.O. Pierce ; music by E.O. Eaton Bingen on the Rhine / words by Mrs. Norton ; music by Chas. L. Ward
I love thee, dearly love thee / words by N.W.G. ; music by Carlo Patti
Under the daisies / by H. Millard
I was poor yet I was happy / words by Charles Jefferys ; arranged by Wm. Dressler
Rest! darling, rest!, lullaby / poetry by Thos. F. Walker ; music by E. Clarke Ilsley
Oh! Why do I love thee / written by Alfred Burnett ; music by Charlie L. Ward
Captain Jinks / arranged by Charles E. Pratt
Shoe fly!, parody
Di pescatore ignobile : make me no gaudy chaplet / composed by Donizetti ; arranged by Calcott
I'll pray for thee, Spargi d'amaro
Il travatore : Duettino, si la stanchezza, Here let me rest now / G. Verdi ; selected & transposed by Sig. Augusto Bendelari
How so fair : Martha
Gaily, thro' life wander, from the opera Traviata / English words by Geo. Linley
I breathe once more my native air / words by W.J.C. ; music by R.F. Harvey
The forsaken one / composed by Mrs. Wm. H. Disbrow
Kittie Wells / by Chas. E. Atherton
Death of Stonewall Jackson / C. Blamphin
My southern sunny home / words and music by Will. S. Hays
Art thou in tears! / words by Ed. J. Gill ; music by F.N. Crouch
Evangeline / written and composed by Will. S. Hays
Just after the battle / by Geo. F. Root
Rock me to sleep, mother / words by Florence Percy ; music by Ernest Leslie
I wish I were a star / words by Miss C. Saunders ; music by Stephen Glover
I love but one I love but thee / words by Will Underwood ; music by F.R. Prohl
The midnight wind / words by Wm. Motherwell ; music by W.E. Pond
Her bright smile / words by J.E. Carpenter ; music by W.T. Wrighton ; arranged by G. Andre
The grave of my mother / words and music by I.W. Gougler
We may be happy yet, ballad in the opera The daughter of St. Mark / composed by M.W. Balfe
Good bye sweetheart, good bye / John L. Hatton
Kiss me, good bye, but say not farewell / written and composed by Mr. Millard
Poor old slave / words and melody by G.W.H. Griffin ; arranged by E.M.F.
Memory bells / words by Mildred M. Newton ; music by B.A. Whaples
O my love he is a saileur / composed and arranged Sig. D. by La Manna

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