Anna Fay Herron Bush Papers


Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Subject Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Education Materials and Professional Correspondence

Personal Papers

Bohumir Kryl Women's Symphony Orchestra Correspondence, Ephemera, Photographs

Church Choir Library Scores and Flyers

Sheet Music Collection

Musical Instruments

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Collection Overview

Title: Anna Fay Herron Bush Papers, 1890-1999Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: 12/9/158

Primary Creator: Anna Fay Herron Bush (1921-2016)

Extent: 7.25 cubic feet


The materials are organized in six series: Series 1, Education Materials and Professional Correspondence, 1890-1999; Series 2, Personal Papers, 1924-1961; Series 3, Bohumir Kryl Orchestra Correspondence and Digital Photographs, ca. 1945-1947; Series 4, Church Choir Library Scores and Flyers, 1895-1996; Series 5, Sheet Music Collection, 1895-1963; and Series 6, Musical Instruments. Series 2 contains two sub-series: Sub-series 1, Personal and Family Papers and Sub-series 2, College Education Materials and Music Study Scores.

Since there was no original order for the materials, order was imposed by the archivist and became more defined as more materials were acquired. Series 1 and Series 2 are arranged chronologically, with the exception of the music study scores in Sub-Series 2, which have been arranged alphabetically by score type and title of composition. Series 3 has been arranged alphabetically by subject, person, and location. Series 4 and 5 have been arranged alphabetically by title of composition.

Date Acquired: 08/10/2017. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Kryl, Bohumir, 1875-1961, Music - Instruction and study, Musical Instrument Makers, Music teachers

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of music instrument catalogs; lists of sheet music for schools and bands; teacher's instructional notes, music programs, newsletters, and correspondence documenting Anna Fay Herron Bush's career as a public school music teacher in rural southern Illinois (ca. 1950s-1970s) and performance career as an oboist in the Kryl Women's Symphony Orchestra in 1945. Of particular interest are a series of postcards and photos describing her time spent touring with the Kryl Women's Symphony Orchestra, including postcards describing her lessons with oboist Frances Napolilli, funded by Kryl.

Biographical Note

Anna Fay Herron Bush was born in Windsor, IL on September 12, 1921. Her father and mother were both school teachers. She attended high school in Windsor, IL and graduated in 1939. She received a teaching certificate from Easter Illinois in 1946, a Bachelors of Music degree from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1947, and a Master of Science in Education (Administration) degree from Eastern Illinois University in 1971. She taught for over 33 years in grade and high schools in Clay, Jasper, Crawford and Clark Counties in Illinois. She played professionally with Bohumir Kyrl's Women's Symphony Orchestra of Chicago on the orchestra's 1945 tour. Anna Fay Herron Bush was a member of national music and education associations. As an active church choir director, she led worship activites at her local church in Oblong, Illinois as well as other church choirs near Effingham, Illinois. Anna Fay Herron Bush passed away on March 31, 2016.

Subject/Index Terms

Kryl, Bohumir, 1875-1961
Music - Instruction and study
Musical Instrument Makers
Music teachers

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Accruals: Additional acquisitions were made on July 24, 2018; September 1, 2018; six boxes of material on June 6, 2019; and eight boxes of material on July 22, 2019.

Acquisition Source: Sarah Randolph, Joliet, Illinois

Acquisition Method: Gift

Box and Folder Listing

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[Series 1: Education Materials and Professional Correspondence, 1890-1999],
[Series 2: Personal Papers, 1924-1993],
[Series 3: Bohumir Kryl Women's Symphony Orchestra Correspondence, Ephemera, Photographs, 1943-1947],
[Series 4: Church Choir Library Scores and Flyers, 1895-1996],
[Series 5: Sheet Music Collection, 1895-1963],
[Series 6: Musical Instruments, undated],

Series 5: Sheet Music Collection, 1895-1963Add to your cart.
This series contains Bush's collection of published sheet music titles for paino, voice and piano, and voice and guitar. The collection contains works from the late 19th century, WWI, the 1920s, and WWII predominantly. Of particular note are works by Irving Berlin, D.W. Crist, Ethelbert Nevin, Johnny Mercer, and Al Jolson.
Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 1: A-B Titles, 1895-1948Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Ac-cen-tchu-ate the Positive," Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen, 1944. "Address Unknown," Carmen Lombardo, 1939. "All the Things You Are," Oscar Hammerstein and Jerome Kern, 1939. "All Through the Day," Oscar Hammerstein and Jerome Kern, 1946. "Aloha Oe," H.M. Queen Liliuokalani, arr. J. Russel Robinson, 1915. "America Forever March," E.T. Paull, 1898. "America I Love You," Edgar Leslie and Archie Gottler, 1915. "Anniversary Song," Al Jolson. arr. Lucy-Ann Bryant, 1947. "Aren't We All,"  B.G. De Silva and Lew Brown, 1929. "Arlington Grand March," D. W. Crist, 1895. "Babes in Arms," by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, 1937. "Beautiful," Haven Gillespie and Larry Shay, 1927. "Bei Mir Bist du Schon," Jacob Jacobs and Sholom Secunda, 1937. "Bella Bella Marie," Don Pelosi and Gerhard Winkler, 1947. "The Bells of St. Mary," Douglas Furber and A. Emmet Adams 1917. "Blues in the Night," Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen, 1941. "A Broken Doll," Clifford Harris and Jas. W. Tate, 1916. "Brush Those Tears from Your Eyes," Oakley Haldeman, 1948.
Folder 2: C-D Titles, 1900-1956Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "California Here I Come," Al Jolson and Bud De Sylva, 1924. "Call Me Darling," Bert Reisfeld and Mart Fryberg, trans. Dorothy Dick, 1931. "Carry On," N.F. Woodbury, 1918. "Cecilia," Herman Ruby and Dave Dreyer, 1925. "Chase's Grand March," D.W. Crist, 1900. "Cheer Up Father, Cheer Up Mother," Alfred Bryan and Herman Paley, 1918. "Ching Chong," J. Will Callahan and Lee S. Roberts, 1917. "Chong He Come from Hong Kong," Harold Weeks, 1919. "Cinco Robles," Larry Sullivan and Dorothy Wright, 1956. "The Clang of the Forge," Henry Vaughan and Paul Rodney, ca. 1927. "The Crimson Wing," Ernest R. Ball, 1902. "Dancing in the Dark," Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz, 1931. "Dearer Than Dear," Fred Spielman and Diane Lampert, 1949. "Deep Purple," Peter De Rose and Mitchell Parish, 1939. "Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief," by Paul Francis Webster and Hoagy Carmichael, 1945. "Don't Bite the Hand that Feeds You," Thomas Hoier and Jimmie Morgan, 1915. "Don't Cry, Joe," Joe Marsala, 1949 (two copies). "Don't Wake Me Up," Wolfe Gilbert and Mabel Wayne, 1925. "Don't You Hear Me Calling Dear," Betty Bowers and Roy Allen, 1918. "Down by the River of Golden Dreams," John Klenner and Nathaniel Shilkret, 1930. "Dreaming of My Southern Home," A.G. Corless and E. Edwin Crerie, 1917.
Folder 3: E-H Titles, 1898-1954Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "East of the Sun and West of the Moon," Brooks Bowman, 1934. "El Capitan March," John Philip Sousa, arr. Lloyd Marvin, 1952. "Empty Dreams," Grover Hoeffer and Al Cechvala, 1948. 'Fairview Grand March,"  Dottie Brogan, 1898. "Far Away Places," Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer, 1948. "A Fella With an Umbrella," Irving Berlin, 1947. "Feudin' and Fightin'," Al Dubin and Burton Lane, 1947. "Flirtation Dance," Arthur Brown, 1898. "Fluttering Leaves," Carl Kolling, ca. 1900. "Flying Home," Sid Robin, Benny Goodman and Lionel Hampton, 1941. "Hail! Chicago," Ted Turnquist and Bob Allen, 1921. "Hawaiian Butterfly," George Little and Billy Basket, 1917. "Hawaiian Dreams," Herbert Marple, 1919. "High School Cadets March," John Philip Sousa, arr. Lloyd Marvin, 1919. "Hi Diddle Diddle," Carleton Coon and Hal Keidel, 1926."Hold My Hand," Jack Lawrence and Richard Myers, 1950. "An Hour Never Passes," Jimmy Kennedy, 1954. "The House I Live In," Lewis Brown and Earl Robinson, 1942. "How Deep is the Ocean, How High is the Sky," Irving Berlin, 1932. "How Do You Do," Phil Fleming and Charlie Harrison, 1924. "Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!," Don Reid, 1949. "The Hymns of the Old Church Choir," Arthur Lamb and Alfred Solman, 1907. "The Ghost of Dinah," by Joe Young and Little Jack Little 1935. "The Girl is You and the Boy is Me," B.C. De Sylvia and Ray Henderson, 1926. "Gold and Silver Waltz," Franz Lehar, arr. Fred Feibel, 1946. "Gone," Gus Kahn and Franz Waxman, 1936. "Goodbye to Rome, Arrivederci, Roma," Carl Sigman and R. Rascel, 1955. "Good Night and Goodbye," Calvin Arnold, 1939. "Gospel Boogie," Lee Roy Abernathy, 1947. "The Great American Song (Theodore Roosevelt)," Ray Sherwood and Harry Lincoln, 1920.
Folder 4: I Titles, 1893-1962Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "I," Milton Berle and Buddy Arnold, 1952. "I Apologize," Al Hoffman and Al Goodhart, 1931. "I Believe in Miracles," Sam Lewis and Pete Wendling, 1962. "I Can't Stop Loving You," Don Gibson, 1958. "I Didn't Mean Goodbye," A.N.J. Clesi, 1916. "I Don't Care if the Sun Don't Shine," Mack David, 1949. "I Don't Know Why," Roy Turk and Fred Ahlert, 1931. "I Dream of You More than You Dream I Do," Marjorie Goetschius and Edna Osser, 1944. "I Gotta Gal I Love in North and South Dakota," Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne, 1946. "I Hate to Lose You," Grant Clarke and Archie Gottler, 1918. "I Haven't Time to be a Millionaire," Johnny Burke and James Monaco, 1940. "I Just Kissed Your Picture Goodnight," Mack David and Walter Kent, 1936. "I Love You Truly," Carrie Jacobs-Bond, 1959. "I May be Gone for a Long, Long Time," Lew Brown and Albert von Tilzer, 1917. "I Never Loved Another Girl as I Love You,"  Fred Strachan, 1904. "I Never Walk Alone,"  A. H. Ackley, 1952. "I Still Get a Thrill Thinking of You, Benny Davis and J. Fred Coots, 1930. "I Wish I Knew," Mack Gordon and Harry Warren, 1945 (two copies). "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now," Will Hough and Joseph Howard, 1947. "I'd Love to Take Orders from You," Harry Warren and Al Dubin, 1935. "I'll Always Be in Love with You," Herman Ruby, 1929. "I'll Be Seeing You," Irving Kahal and Sammy Fain, 1938. "I'll Come Back to You When Its All Over," Lew Brown and Kerry Mills, 1917. "I'm All Alone," Frank Dular, 1931. "I'm All Bound Round with the Mason Dixon Line," Sam Lewis and Jean Schwartz, 1918. "I'm Going to Follow the Boys," Howard Rogers and James Monaco, 1917. "I'm in the Market for You,"  Joseph McCarthy and James Hanley, 1930 (two copies). "I'm Just a Rolling Stone," Oliver Ashley and Harry Bell, 1941. "I'm Waiting for You," A. Harding Crossman, 1908. "Ida's Waltz," Laura C. Baker, 1893. "Idolizing," Sam Messenheimer and Irving Abrahamson, 1926. "If," Robert Hargreaves and Tolchard Evans, 1934. "If I Had You," Ted Shapiro and Jimmy Campbell, 1956. "If I Only I Had a Home Sweet Home," J. Johns and A.L. McDermott, 1906."It Ain't Gonna' Rain No Mo',"  Wendell Hall, 1923. "In the Evening," George Rosener and Jerry Jarnagin, 1915."In the Garden of Tomorrow," Geo. Graffe Jr. and Jessie Deppen, 1924. "In the Land of Beginning Again," Grant Clarke and George Meyer, 1945. "In Time of Peace Prepare for War," Eddie Cavanaugh and Bob Allen, 1915. "Irish Melodies," R. L. Weaver, 1909."It's a Wonderful World," Harold Adamson and Jan Savit, 1939. "It's Dark on Observatory Hill," Johnny Burke and Harold Spina, 1934 (two copies). "It's in the Book," Johnny Standley and Art Thorsen, 1952.
Folder 5: J-L Titles, 1912-1956Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Jarabe Tapatio," arr. John Walz, 1941. "Johnny Zero," Mack David and Vee Lawhurst, 1943. "Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight," Sam Lewis and M.K. Jerome, 1918. "Just a Wonderful Girl," J. Brandon Walsh and Bob Allan, 1915. "Just as the Ship Went Down," Edith Maida Lessing and Gibson and Adler, 1912. "Just Like Washington Crossed the Delaware, General Pershing Will Cross the Rhine," Howard Johnson and Geo. Meyer, 1918. "K-K-Katy," Geoffrey O'Hara, 1918. "Kee Mar Hula Hula," Clifford Lowe, 1917. "Keep the Home-Fires Burning," Lena Guilbert Ford and Ivor Novello, 1915. "Keep the Love Light Burning in the Window Until the Boys Come Home," Caddigan and McHugh, 1917. "Kiss of Fire," Lester Allen and Robert Hill, 1952. "Laura," Johnny Mercer and David Raksin, 1945. "The Last Mile Home," Walter Kent and Walton Farrar, 1949. "Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella on a Rainy Day," Irving Kahal and Sammy Fain, 1927. "Liberty Under God," John Sacco, 1942. "Lilacs in the Rain," Peter de Rose and Mitchell Parish, 1934. "The Little Red Fox," James Kern and Lew Porter, 1939. "A Little While," Walter Rolfe, 1912. "Lonely," Walter Hirsch and Monte Wilhite, 1929." Look Homeward America," Richard Malaby, 1940. "Lovable and Sweet," Sidney Clare and Oscar Levant, 1929. "A Love Letter to Grandmother," Mathilda Bilbro, 1914. "Love Me Tender," Elvis Presley and Vera Matson, 1956. "Loves Voice Divine," Oakley Stout and Edwin Abbott, 1919.
Folder 6: M-O Titles, 1906-1963Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Maybe You'll Be There," Sammy Gallop and Rubie Bloom, 1947. "Mellow Mountain Moon," Fred Howard and Nat Vincent, 1935. "Moonlight and Roses,"  Edwin Lemare and Ben Black, 1925. "Moon Over America," Al Hoffman and Manny Kurtz, 1940. "Moon Over Miami," Edgar Leslie and Joe Burke, 1935. "More," Norman Well and R. Ortlani, 1963. "Mother a Word that Means to Me," Howard Johnson and Theodore Morse, 1915. "Mothers of France," Leo Woods, 1917. "My Dreams are Getting Better all the Time," Mann Curtis and Vic Mizzy, 1944. "My Mother Told Me," Ralph Freed and Jimmy McHugh, 1944. "My Rocky Mountain Sweetheart," W.R. Calaway, 1932. "My Sweet Hawaiian Rose," Bernard Fay and Charles Ruddy, 1917. "Night Train," Oscar Washington and Jimmy Forrest, 1952. "Nobody Loves Me Now," Billy Tracy and Nola Arndt, 1922. "Now that I Need You," Frank Loesser, 1949. "O," Byron Gay and Arnold Johnson, 1953. "Oh But I Do," Arthur Schwartz and Leo Robin, 1946. "Oh What it Seemed to Be," Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss, 1945. "On the Meadows," H. Lichner, arr. Mort Glickman, 1936. "On the Road to Home Sweet Home," Gus Kahn and Egbert Van Alystyne, 1917. "Oregon Grand March," D.W. Crist, 1906. "Over in the Hero Land," Arthur Freed and Louis Silvers, 1918.
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Folder 1: P-R Titles, 1898-1958Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Parade Band March," D.W. Crist, 1899. "Paradise," Nacio Herb Brown and Gordon Clifford, 1931. "Paul Revere,"  Joe Goodwin and Halsey Mohr, 1918. "Patriotic Medley," arr. Eugene Walter, 1905. "Poor Pauline," Chas. McCarron and Raymond Walker, 1914. "A Penny A Kiss, A Penny A Hug," Buddy Kaye and Ralph Care, 1950. "A Perfect Day," Carrie Jacobs Bond, 1910. "Personality," Johnny Burke and James Van Heusen, 1945 (two copies). "Please Think of Me," Benny Davis and Russ Morgan, 1942. "Poor Butterfly," John Golden and Raymond Hubbell, 1916. "The Preacher and the Bear," Joe Arizona, 1904. "Pretty Eyed Baby," Mary Lou Williams and William Johnson, 1951. "Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes," Mann Curtis and Vic Mizzy, 1944. "Primrose Lane,"  Wayne Shanklin and George Callender, 1958. "The Prisoner's Song," Guy Massey, 1925. "Prove It By the Things You Do," Allen Roberts and Dorris Fisher, 1945. "Put the Blame on Mame," Alice Roberts and Doris Fisher, 1946. "Ramona," L. Wolfe Gilbert and Mabel Wayne, 1927. "The Reason That We Ask It Is Because We Want to Know," Sarah Grames Clark and Margaret McClure Stitt, 1927. "The Robin's Return," Leander Fisher, 1926. "Romance," Edgar Leslie and Walter Donaldson, 1929. "The Rosary," Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers, 1898. "Rose Anne of Charing Cross," Kermit Goell and Mabel Wayne, 1942. "Rosemary," Jimmie Dodd and John Jacob Loeb, 1945. "The Rose of No Man's Land," Jack Caddigan and James Brennan, 1918. "La Rosita Song," Allen Stuart and Paul Dupont, 1928. "The Roving Kind," Jessie Cavanaugh and Arnold Stanton, 1950.
Folder 2: S Titles, 1913-1962Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Say a Prayer for the Boys Out There," Bernie Grossman and Alex Marr, 1917. "Say a Prayer for the Boys Over There," Herb Magidson and Jimmy McHugh, 1943. "Say It Isn't So," Irving Berlin, 1932. "Sea Fever," John Masefield and Mark Andrews, 1929. "Silver Bells," Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, 1950. "Since I Lost You," Walter Melrose, 1920. "Sing Me the Rosary," Roger Lewis and F. Henri Klickmann, 1913. "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue," Richard Rodgers, 1936. "A Smile Will Go a Long, Long Way," Benny Davis and Harry Akst, 1923. "Soft Shoe Song," Roy Jordan and Sid Bass, 1951. "Softly as a Morning Sunrise," Oscar Hamerstein and Sigmund Romberg, 1947. "Someday You'll Want Me to Want You," Jimmie Hodges, 1944. "Someday Sweetheart," by Spikes and Spikes, 1924. "Somewhere, Somewhere in France," William Vaughan Dunham and Shelton Brooks, 1917. Song Hits of the Day, Kaplan Publishing, 1931. "The Song of a Mother's Heart," Jack Frost and E. Clinton Keithley, 1918. "Spooks Holiday," Willis Conolly, arr. Harry Stanley, 1934. "Step This Way," Sam Lewis and Bert Grant, 1916. "St. Louis Blues," W.C. Handy, 1914. "Summer Sounds," Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennet, 1965. "The Sunset Bridge," Lytton Cox, 1920. "Surrender," Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss, 1946. "Sweet By and By," arr. Nick Manoloff, 1935. "Swingin' In a Hammock," Tot Seymour and Pete Wendling, 1930. "Swinging Gently," Bobby Worth and Earl Grant, 1962.
Folder 3: T-U Titles, 1905-1959Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Tallahassee," Frank Loesser, 1947. "Tell Me a Story," Larry Stock and Maurice Sigler, 1948. Tennessee Moon, Harry Williams and Chas. Daniels, 1917. There's a Mother Old and Gray Who Needs Me Now," Geo. Diamond, 1911. There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere, by Paul Roberts and Shelby Darnell, 1942. "There's a Quaker Down in Quaker Town," David Berg and Alfred Soloman, 1916. "There's a Yes, Yes, Yes in Your Eyes," Cliff Friend and Jos. Santly, 1940. "There's a Vacant Chair in Every Home Tonight," Alfred Bryan and Ernest Breuer, 1917. "There's Just Two Things To Do On a Rainy Day (and I Don't Want To Play Cards)," Wm. Tracy and Nat Vincent, 1917. "There Goes That Song Again," by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne, 1944 (Two Copies). "Ti-pi-tin," Maria Grever and Raymond Leveen, 1938. "Til Tomorrow," Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock, 1959. "Til We Meet Again," Raymond Egan and Richard Whiting, 1918. "Time Waits for No One," Cliff Friend and Charlie Tobias, 1944. "The Tinkle Song," Kay Armen and Jack Beekman, 1951. "To Be Alone," Billy Vaughn, 1953. "Trees," Joyce Kilmer and Oscar Rasbach, 1922. "Turkey in the Straw," Leo Wood and Otto Bonnell, 1920. "Unless," Robert Hargreaves and Tolchard Evans, 1934. "Under the Double Eagle March," J.F. Wagner, 1933. "Under the Hawaiian Moon," Frank Grey, 1939. "USA March," Al. Brown, 1905.
Folder 4: V-Z Titles, 1896-1961Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Veteran's Parade March," D.W. Crist, 1896. "Vissi d'Arte, Vissi d'Amore," Giacomo Puccini, arr. John Gutman, 1956. "Wake up America," George Graff and Jack Glogau, 1916. "Walk On By," Kendall Hayes, 1961. "Wave to Me My Lady," William Stein and Frank Loesser, 1915. "Way Down in Iowa," Sam Lewis and Geo. Meyer, 1916. "We Could Make Such Beautiful Music," Robert Sour and Henry Manners, 1940. "We Don't Know Where We're Going but We're on Our Way," W.R. Williams 1917. "We'll Be Ready Whenever You Call," Frank Holland, 1916. "What Kind of American Are You," Lew Brown and Chas. McCarron, 1917. "What Is There to Say," E.Y. Harburg and Vernon Duke, 1933. "When We Gathered Wild Flowers," Jack Frost and E. Clinton Keithley, 1915. "When You Were Sweet Sixteen," James Thornton, 1945. "When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver," Charlie Tobias and Peter DeRose, 1930. "When Dawn Breaks Through," W. Allen Barker and Haydn Wood, 1930. "Where Do We Go From Here," Howard Johnson and Percy Wenrich, 1917. "Where the Black-eyed Susans Grow," Dave Radford and Richard Whiting, 1917. "Who'll Be Your Sweetheart Then," J. Will Callahan and Paul Pratt, 1915. "Why Should I Cry Over You,"  Ned Miller and Chester Cohn, 1922. "Without a Word of Warning," Mack Gordon and Harry Revel, 1935. "Without Drum or Trumpet," Gordon Johnstone and W. Frank Harling, 1940. "Wonderland By Night," Klauss-Gunter Neuman, 1959. "Would I Love You," Bob Russel and Harold Spina, 1950. "You Can't Mend a Broken Heart," Shelton Brooks, 1915. "You Do," Mack Gordon and Josef Myron, 1947. "You'll Have Your Dreams," Maxine Myers, 1947. "You're So Understanding," Ben Raleigh and Bernie Wayne, 1949. "You're the Dawn of a Perfect Day," W.R. Williams, 1915. "You've Got Me This Way," by Johnny Mercer and Jimmy McHugh, 1940.
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Folder 1: A - B Titles, 1897-1954Add to your cart.
Pieces include: After School Recreations, undated: "At Eventide," H. Nurnberg; "Valsette," H. Nurnberg. "Along Came Ruth," Irving Berlin, 1914. "Am I a Butterfly?" Clarence M. Jones, lyrics Walter Hirsch, 1918. "Among My Souvenirs," Horatio Nicholls, lyrics Edgar Leslie, 1927. "Angel Kisses," Harry J. Lincoln, 1911. "Answer," Norman J. Vause, 1921. "Apple Jack," Charles L. Johnson,1909. "Aragonaise," J. Massenet, arr. John W. Schaum, 1950. "Are You a Buffalo?" Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics Edward P. Moran, 1901. "At the Ballet," Opal Louise Hayes, 1953. "At the Devils Ball," Irving Berlin, 1913. "Baby Feet Go Piotterr Patter," Gus Kahn, 1927. "Back In Your Own Back Yard," Al Jolson, Billy Rose and Dave Dreyer, 1928. "Ballad of Davy Crockett, The," George Bruns, lyrics Tom Blackburn, 1954. "Barbara Allen," arr. Nick Manoloff, 1935. "Be Careful," B.G. DeSylva, Leo Robin and Richard A. Whiting, 1933. "Beautiful Rainbow, The," J. Fred DeBerry, 1905. "Black Hawk Waltz, Mary E. Walsh, 1897. "Billy," Kendis & Paley, lyrics Joe Goodwin, 1911. "Bless Your Heart,"  Harry Stride and Duke Enston, lyrics Milton Drake, 1933. "Bright Eyed Little Nell of Narragansett Bay," G.C.W., arr. Wurzel, undated. "Bright Eyes," Karl Hoschna, lyrics Otto Hauerbach, 1909. "Brownies, The," Franco Leoni, lyrics Fred E. Weatherly, 1912. "By the Light Of the Jungle Moon," J. Caldwelll Atkinson, lyrics Powell I. Ford, 1911. "Bye Bye Blues," Fred Hamm, Dave Bennett, Bert Lown and Chauncey Gray, 1930.
Folder 2: C - D Titles, 1893-1948Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "California My Own," Edith Ellis (Cadwell), 1931. "Candle, The," Charles Kingsford, lyrics Marcia Short, 1940. "Carolina Sunshine," Erwin R. Schmidt, lyrics Walter Hirsch, 1919  (two copies). "Cedar Brook Waltz," Phil B. Perry, rev. Henry S. Sawyer, 1909. "Chili Bean," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics Lew Brown, 1920. "Chimes at Twilight," R.G. Gradi, 1910. "Ching-a Ling's Jazz Bazaar," Ethel Bridges, lyrics Howard Johnson, 1920. "Ching Chong," Lee. S. Roberts, lyrics J. Will Callahan, 1917. "Cobbler, Cobbler," Louise Christine Rebe, 1936. "Convent Bells," F. Spindler, undated. "Curious," David Corn, Jr., 1946. "Daisy Doyle," Sydney P. Harris, 1907. "Deep Down In My Heart," Harriet Dickens, lyrics Jeffrey T. Branen, 1903. "Did An Angel Kiss You," Frederick Hollander, lyrics Ralph Freed. 1938. "Do Something," Bud Green and Sam H. Stept, 1929. "Dolores," Art Kassell and Marty Bloom, 1928. "Don't Bite the Hand That's Feeding You,"  Ed Morton, lyrics Thomas Hoier, 1915. "Down By the Station," Lee Ricks and Slim Gaillard, 1948. "Down Where the Orange Blossoms Grow," J. Fred De Berry, 1904. "Dream-Days," Charles L. Johnson, 1913. "Dream of Spring, A," Carrie C. Von Dersmith, 1893. "Dying Poet, The," L. M. Gottschalk, undated.
Folder 3: E - F Titles, 1895-1908Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Emperor's Band March, The," M.W. Butler, 1895. "Every Dollar Carries Trouble Of Its Own," Leighton and Leighton, 1905. "Flash-Light, The," Harry J. Lincoln, 1908. "For It's the Anchor," Arthur D. Porter, 1906 (two copies).
Folder 4: G - H Titles, 1901-1954Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Gone!" Gus Kahn, 1913. "Great White Throne, The," Will M.S. Brown, lyrics G.H. Kerr, 1901. "Harbor Lights," Jimmy Kennedy and Hugh Williams, 1937. He's a Devil In His Own Home Town," Irving Berlin, lyrics Grant Clarke and Irving Berlin, 1914. "Heavenly Love," V.B. Ellis, 1954. "Hello Central, Give Me No Man's Land," Jean Schwartz, lyrics Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, 1918. "Here Am I - Broken Hearted," B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson, 1927. "High Speed," Harry J. Lincoln, 1914. "Hold Up Rag, The," Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics Edward Madden, 1912. "Hot Off the Griddle," James White, 1915. "How Do You Do Miss Josephine," Albert Von Tilzer, lyrics Junie McCree, 1909.
Folder 5: I Titles, 1899-1945Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "I Cannot Live Without Love," Raymond Walker, lyrics Frank Tyler Daniels, 1914. "I Don't Want To," A. Seymour Brown, 1913. "I Hear the Land of Bohemia Calling Me," Newton Alexander, 1917. "I Love, I Love, I Love My Wife, But Oh You Kid," Harry Von Tilzer, Jimmy Lucas, 1909. "I Love You, Oh, So Dearly," Barclay Walker, 1911. "I Love Her," James V. Monaco, lyrics Joe McCarthy and E.F. Moran, 1913. "I Met You Dear in Dreamland," Lew Berk, 1916. "I mIss You Most of All," James V. Monaco, lyrics Joe McCarthy, 1913. "I Owe You," Al Goodhart, lyrics Don Hartman, 1930. "I Remember You," Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics Vincent Bryan, 1908. "I Want An Irish Rose," John B. Jacobs, lyrics Arthur Eccles, 1911. "I'd Like To Have a Girl Like You," Frank C. Huston, lyrics Harold C. Foster, undated. "I'd Still Believe In You," Al Piantadosi, 1913. "I'll Do It All Over Again," Albert Gumble, A. Seymour Brown, 1914. "I'm Goin' To Mobile On the Robert E. Lee," James White, 1912. "I'm Lonesome For You Der Old Pal," Ethel and Billy Ritchie, 1922. "I'm Longing For Old Virginia and You," L. Clinton Keithley, lyrics Joe Lyons, 1915. "I'm Missin' Mammy's Kissin'," Lew Pollack, lyrics Sidney Clare, 1921. "I'm On My Way To Mandalay," Fred Fisher, lyrics Al Bryan, 1913. "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry," N.J. Clesi, 1918. "I'm Sorry ," Ted Fiorito, lyrics Gus Kahn, 1928. "I've Got Rings On My Fingers," Maurice Scott, lyrics Weston and Barnes, 1909. "I've Waited, Honey, Waited Long For You," George A. Nichols, 1899. "If He Can Fight Like He Can Love, Good Night, Germany!" George W. Meyer, lyrics Grant Clarke and Howard E. Rogers, 1918. "If I Forget," De Koven Thompson, lyrics Alfred Anderson, 1911. "If I Had You," Ted Shapiro, Jimmy Campbell and Reg Connelly, 1928. "If I Knock the 'L" Out Of Kelly," Herb Grant, lyrics Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young,

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[Series 5: Sheet Music Collection, 1895-1963],
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