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Music, 1890-1945 (continued)
Piano-Vocal (continued)
Sheppard, Madelyn
When your sailor boy in blue comes sailing home to you (continued)
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 5/10 Sherwood, Ray
Forget me not my American rose
BOX-FOLDER 5/10 Shifrin, Willie
Newport News blues
BOX-FOLDER 5/11 Silver, Abner
Bebe
BOX-FOLDER 5/11 Silver, Abner and Harry Woods
I'm goin' South
BOX-FOLDER 5/11 Silvers, Louis
Over in Hero-land
BOX-FOLDER 5/11 Smith, Chris
Gee! But ain't America a grand old place
BOX-FOLDER 5/11 Smith, Chris
Just an old friend of the family
BOX-FOLDER 5/11 Snyder, Charles
I'm hitting the trail to Normandy so kiss me good-bye
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 5/11 Snyder, Ted
Kiss me my honey, kiss me
BOX-FOLDER 5/11 Snyder, Ted
Wild cherries
BOX-FOLDER 5/12 Solman, Alfred
My Yankee boy
BOX-FOLDER 5/12 Sour, Robert, Don McCray, and Ernest Gold
They started somethin'
BOX-FOLDER 5/12 Speaks, Oley
When the boys come home
BOX-FOLDER 5/12 Speroy, Robert
Let's keep the glow in Old Glory and the free in freedom too
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 5/12 Speroy, Robert
There's an angel missing from heaven
BOX-FOLDER 5/12 Spitalny, Phil
Madelaine
BOX-FOLDER 5/12 Stanford, Tony
Remember the Maine
BOX-FOLDER 5/12 Stembler, Eddie
Daddy, I want to go
BOX-FOLDER 5/13 Stept, Sam H.
When we reach that old port somewhere in France
BOX-FOLDER 5/13 Sterling, Andrew B.
America he's for you!
BOX-FOLDER 5/13 Sterling, Andrew B., Bernie Grossman, and Arthur Lange
We're going over
BOX-FOLDER 5/13 Sterling, Andrew B., Bernie Grossman, and Arthur Lange
We're going over the top
BOX-FOLDER 5/13 Stern, Alfred L.
Song of the cherry blossoms
BOX-FOLDER 5/13 Stewart, Isabel, Edith M. Gibbs, and Geoffery O'Hara
Give three loud cheers
BOX-FOLDER 5/13 Story, Chick
Mother, I'm dreaming of you
BOX-FOLDER 5/13 Sweet, Al
There's a picture in my old kit bag
BOX-FOLDER 6/1 Tarquin, Nicolas and Mary Schramm
The army of Uncle Sam
BOX-FOLDER 6/1 Teasdale, Howard M.
America! Proud land of liberty
BOX-FOLDER 6/1 Tennant, Gilbert C.
That's a mother's reward from her son
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/1 Tennant, Gilbert C.
When God turns the trenches to gardens again
BOX-FOLDER 6/1 Tennant, Gilbert C.
When the sun goes down in France
4 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/1 Tierney, Harry
It's time for every boy to be a solider
BOX-FOLDER 6/1 Tierney, Harry
Way down there a Dixie boy is missing
BOX-FOLDER 6/2 Tilly, George E.
The dear old flag
BOX-FOLDER 6/2 Thatcher, James
The grand army man
BOX-FOLDER 6/2 Thomas, Charles
At the front of the battles you found us, we won with the red, white and blue
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/2 Thomas, Ella
Stand by your colors
BOX-FOLDER 6/2 Thomas, William
That valley of tears
BOX-FOLDER 6/2 Thompson, Gordon V.
When we wind up the watch on the Rhine
BOX-FOLDER 6/2 Thompson, Gordon V.
When your boy comes back to you
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/3 Tours, Frank E.
In Flanders' fields
BOX-FOLDER 6/3 Townsend, Natalie
Belgium for ever
BOX-FOLDER 6/3 Tracey, William and Jack Stern
When I come back to you
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/3 Travaline, Dominick
Let the red, white and blue alone
BOX-FOLDER 6/3 Tullar, Grant Colfax
The angel of no man's land
BOX-FOLDER 6/3 Turk, Roy, Lou Handman, and Eddie Cantor
If you do what you do
BOX-FOLDER 6/4 Van and Schenck
Don't try and steal the sweetheart of a solider
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/4 Van Alstyne, Egbert
For your boy and my boy
BOX-FOLDER 6/4 Van Alstyne, Egbert
On the road to home sweet home
BOX-FOLDER 6/4 Van Alstyne, Egbert
So long, mother
3 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/4 Van Alstyne, Egbert
What are you going to do to help the boys?
BOX-FOLDER 6/4 Van Heusen, Jimmy
Thank your lucky stars and stripes
BOX-FOLDER 6/5 Von Tilzer, Albert
Au revoir, but not good-bye, solider boy
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/5 Von Tilzer, Albert
I may be gone for a long, long time
BOX-FOLDER 6/5 Von Tilzer, Albert
Look out here comes an American
Note: Incomplete
BOX-FOLDER 6/5 Von Tilzer, Albert
My baby boy
BOX-FOLDER 6/5 Von Tilzer, Albert
Take me up with you dearie
BOX-FOLDER 6/5 Von Tilzer, Albert
Wait till you get them up in the air, boys
BOX-FOLDER 6/5 Von Tilzer, Albert
When the sun goes down in Flanders
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
Cows may come, and cows may go but the bull will go on forever
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
Good-bye boys
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
He's doing his bit
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
He's well worth waiting for
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
It's a long, long way to the U.S.A. and the girl I left behind
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
Jim, Jim, don't come back 'till you win
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
Keep the trench fires going for the boys out there
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
The little good for nothing's good for something after all
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
The makin's of the U.S.A.
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
The man behind the hammer and the plow
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
When Sunday comes to town
BOX-FOLDER 6/6 Von Tilzer, Harry
You'll have to put him to sleep with the Marseillaise and wake him up with a oo-la-la
BOX-FOLDER 6/7 Walker, Barclay
Long boy
BOX-FOLDER 6/7 Walker, Raymond
Poor Pauline
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/7 Walker, Raymond
Your mother's gone away to join the army
BOX-FOLDER 6/7 Walker, W. Raymond
Good-night, nurse
BOX-FOLDER 6/7 Ward - Stephens
Have you seen him in France?
BOX-FOLDER 6/7 Warren, William
Marching through Berlin
BOX-FOLDER 6/7 Watson, Fredric
When the war is over I'll return to you
BOX-FOLDER 6/8 Welch, Emmett J.
The star of glory
BOX-FOLDER 6/8 Welch, Emmett J.
Write home to mother often, solider boy
BOX-FOLDER 6/8 Wells, Billy
You stole my heart, America
BOX-FOLDER 6/8 Wells, Jack
Chimes of Normandy
BOX-FOLDER 6/8 Wells, Jack
Joan of Arc they are calling you
4 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/8 Wendling, Pete
Oh! How I wish I could sleep until my daddy comes home
BOX-FOLDER 6/8 Wendling, Pete and Jack Wells
Over the top
BOX-FOLDER 6/9 Wenrich, Percy
I ain't got weary yet!
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/9 Weslyn, Louis and Al. Piantadosi
Send me away with a smile
3 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/9 Weston, Willie
We're going to take the sword away from William
BOX-FOLDER 6/9 Weston, Willie, Kendis Brockman, and Nat Vincent
The greatest little mother in the world
BOX-FOLDER 6/9 Wheeler, Dan E., Emma P. Stretch, and George B. Wheeler
Long live our America
BOX-FOLDER 6/9 Wheeler, J. W.
We are marching on to glory for the flag
BOX-FOLDER 6/10 White, James
He's a solider of the U.S.A.
BOX-FOLDER 6/10 Whiting, Richard A.
Along the way to Waikiki
BOX-FOLDER 6/10 Whiting, Richard A.
The big red motor and little blue limousine
BOX-FOLDER 6/10 Whiting, Richard A.
I'll love you more for losing you awhile
BOX-FOLDER 6/10 Whiting, Richard A.
Till we meet again
BOX-FOLDER 6/10 Williams, Bert and George Walker
Album of gems
BOX-FOLDER 6/10 Williams, W. R.
When Teddy comes marching home
BOX-FOLDER 6/10 Williams, William B.
We'll keep them flying
BOX-FOLDER 6/11 Willson, Meredith
America calling
BOX-FOLDER 6/11 Wilson, Lew and Alfred Dubin
He's got those big blues eyes like you daddy mine
2 copies
BOX-FOLDER 6/11 Winkle, Billy
When Uncle Joe steps into France
BOX-FOLDER 6/11 Wood, Hayden
Roses of Picardy
BOX-FOLDER 6/11 Wrubel, Allie
My own America
BOX-FOLDER 6/11 Wurzel, George F. Root
Call 'em names Jeff
BOX-FOLDER 6/12 Yosco, Bob
A girl in Dixie in the days of 1860
BOX-FOLDER 6/12 Zaret, Hy, Bernie Wayne, and Nat Gardner
The Yanks are not coming
BOX-FOLDER 6/12 Ziegler, Rachel
Sweetheart, sweetheart I wear the blue
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