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Song Sheets Collection

Song sheets are listed alphabetically by title. Titles beginning with numbers have been placed at the end of the list.

A-B | C-D | E-F | G-H | I | J-K | L | M | N-O | P | Q-R | S | T | U-V | W-Z


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After the Opera. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Alpine Maid. [n.p., n.d.]

All Among the Hay. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

America. See verso of The Chaplain's Address, to the Soldiers of the First Brigade....

America. By B. Rush Souder. See—Dedication Odes of the United American Mechanics' Hall.

Annie, Darling. [Pennsylvania], 1865.

Annie I Have Missed You. New York: J. Andrews. [n.d.]

Annie Laurie. New York: J. Andrews. [n.d.]

Annie Laurie. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Annie Lisle. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Annie of the Vale. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Annie O' the Banks O' Dee. By Glover. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Anniversary of the Sabbath Schools of Ref. Church, Six Mile Run, N.J. ... Saturday, October 10th, 1868... [Six Mile Run?]: [n.p.], 1868. Includes "Once More We Come," Our Victory," "Joy! Joy! Joy!," and "Jesus By the Sea."

Another Awful Crime: A Ballad of To-Day. By Harry Barron. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Answer to Silver Threads: You Are Always Young to Me. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Apology. No trust. [n.p., n.d.]

As I Sat Upon My Dear Old Mother's Knee. Words by M. J. Cavanagh. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Aura Lee. Philadelphia: Haddock & Son. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Away to the Woods! Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Baby and I. Words and music by C. R. Dockstader. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner, 1881.

Battle-Cry of Freedom. New York: H.J. Wehman. [n.d.] See also verso of The Chaplain's Address, to the Soldiers of the First Brigade....

Battle Hymn of the Republic. By Julia Ward Howe. [n.p., n.d.] On verso: "Suffrage Song" (no author indicated).

The Battle of the Wilderness. Composed, published and sung by James D. Gay. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Belle Mahone. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Belle Mahone. Words and music by J.H. McNaughton. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Best of Wishes, Love, to Thee. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Billy Patterson, Billy on His Road to Town to See the Sights. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Bingen on the Rhine. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The Blackbird. New York: H. De Marsan. [n.d.]

Bonny Jean. New York: H. De Marsan. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Bobbin Around. Philadelphia: Card & Job Printing Office. [n.d.]

Boston In Ashes or, Homeless To-night. "Written After the Great Fire Nov. 9, 1872." Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Boys Keep Away from the Girls. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The Bridge. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The Bucket. [n.p., n.d.] "For the Republican Chronicle."

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Carry Me Back to Old Virginny. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.]
"Sung with great success by Story and De Courcey, in their Sketch, entitled, 'The Old Virginny Home,' at Tony Pastor's Theatre, N.Y." Photocopy of fragile original.

Carry Me Back to Tennessee; or Ellie Rhee. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The Chaplain's Address, to the Soldiers of the First Brigade, Second Division, Cavalry Corps, composed of the Second New Jersey, Nineteenth Pennsylvania, Fourth Missouri, Seventh Indiana and First Mississippi Cavalry Regiments. "Written by Edwin N. Andrews, Chaplain, 2nd N. J. Cavalry." Memphis, Tn.: [n.p.], 1864. Poem on front. Verso is titled, National Songs, and includes "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean," "The Battle-Cry of Freedom," "America," Star-Spangled Banner," "Marching Along," "Sweet Hour of Prayer," and "Just Before the Battle, Mother." 2 copies.

The Charming Young Widow I Met in the Train. [n.p., n.d.]

The Children's Battle Song. See—Sunday School Hymns....

Closing Hymn. See—Sunday School Hymns....

The Color Sergeant. In Memory of Sergeant David Tice, a member of the Twenty First Reg't., New Jersey Volunteers, Killed at the Battle of Chancellorsville, May 1863. [n.p.], [1864?] Photostatic reproduction of original in the collection of Joseph J. Felcone.

Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean; or, the "Red, White and Blue." See verso of The Chaplain's Address, to the Soldiers of the First Brigade....

Come, Birdie, Come. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Come Home, Father. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Come Home, Father. New York: H. De Marsan. [n.d.]

Come Home, Father. Chicago: Root & Cady. [n.d.]

Come in Out of the Draft. Words by Ednor Rossiter. Philadelphia: A. W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming. Philadelphia: A. W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Composed on the Death of Jemima Baker. [New York]: Applegate. [n.d.]

Cottage by the Sea. By J. R. Thomas. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

The Courtship of J. McQ-d and Miss McFall. [n.p., n.d.]

Daisy Deane. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Dare to Do Right. See—Sunday School Hymns....

Darling Nelly Gray. Words and music by D. R. Hanby. New York: J. Andrews. [n.d.]

Dear Mother, I've Come Home to Die. Words by E. Bowers. Music by Henry Tucker. New York: H. De Marsan. [n.d.]

Dear Mother, I've Come Home to Eat. By John C. Cross. New York: H. De Marsan. [n.d.]

Democratic Battle Song. [n.p.], [October 1863?]

Dedication Odes of the United American Mechanics' Hall. Philadelphia: Holland & Edgar's Central Printing Office. [n.d.] Includes "America" and "Friendship Union," both by B. Rush Souder.

Disabled Soldier's Song. [n.p.]: Biegenwalds Print. [n.d.]

The Dog is Dead. New York: J. Wrigley. [n.d.] "Sung by Jim Cotton."

Don't Be Angry, Mother. Philadelphia: A. W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Don't Push a Man When He is Going Down Hill. Philadelphia: Johnson's. [n.d.] "Sung with great success by Harry Richmond and W. F. Sinclair."

Dot Leedle German Band. Written and sung by Gus. Williams. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Down by the Old Cohansey. Words by C. Jerome. [Bridgeton, N.J.], [n.d.] "Compliments of the Bridgeton Evening News."

Draw the Sword, Northland. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

The Drummer of Antietam. By Eugene Johnston. New York: J. Wrigley. [n.d.]

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Eight O'Clock in the Evening. "Sequel to Five O'Clock in the Morning." Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Ella Ree. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Ella Ree. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Ella Ree. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] "Sung Nightly with Tremendous Applause by all the Minstrel Bands."

Empty is the Dog House: Towser's Poisoned. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Erin Go Bragh. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Erin's Lovely Home. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Ever of Thee. Philadelphia: W.H. Morriss. [n.d.] "As sung by Miss H.O. Lalande, and Master Geo. Germain of the Phila. Melodeon."

Every Day'l [sic] Be Sunday By and By. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Exile of Erin. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Fair Ella Lee! Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Fairy Moonlight. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] "As sung by the Bohemian Trio." Photocopy of fragile original.

Far, Far Upon the Sea. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] "Sung by Mr. Charles Swain at Military Hall, Library Street."

Far, Far Upon the Sea. New York: Andrews. [n.d.] "A highly popular song."

The Fellow That Looks Like Me. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] "Sung by Tony Pastor, at the Opera House, 201 Bowery."

Fine Old English Gentleman. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Fine Old Irish Gentleman and Fine Old English Gentleman. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The Flag of the Free and That's What's the Matter and Johnny Schmoker. [n.p., n.d.] "Johnny Schmoker" is in German.

The Flag With the Thirty-Four Stars. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Flash Every Sabre Bright. By Robert Johnston. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

A Flower from Mother's Grave and The Old Log Cabin on the Hill. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

A Flower from My Angel Mother's Grave. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Friendship Union. By B. Rush Souder. See—Dedication Odes of the United American Mechanics' Hall.

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Gay and Happy. By Anne Rush. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.] "Composed and sung by Miss Anne Rush, the Philadelphia Vocalist."

The Gay Cavalier. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

The Girl I Left Behind Me. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [ca. 1861-1865] "Dedicated to our volunteers." Photocopy of fragile original.

Give Me a Noble Fellow with a Bucktail in His Hat. Words by Miss Harriet L. Castle. Germantown, Pa.: J.C. Beckel [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Give Us Back Our Old Commander. New York: Charles Magnus [n.d.]

Glory to God in the Highest! See—Sunday School Hymns....

The Golden Wedding. See—Golden Wedding of Cornelius and Lucy Broach...

Golden Wedding of Cornelius and Lucy Broach, April 24, [1869,] at Millstone, New Jersey. [n.p.], [1869]. Includes, "The Golden Wedding" (2 versions), "Welcome Home Together," and "The Nuptial Bands."

Good-bye, John. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Good-bye, Liza Jane. By Eddie Fox. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] "As sung by Lew Simmons, at the Arch Street Opera House."

Good Night. See—Last Link is Broken

The Good Ship Rover. To Which are Added The Sailor's Sheet Anchor, Ben Backstay, The Tar for All Weathers, and The Merry Sailor. [Charles Dibdin]. New York: [n.d.] Fragment. Includes only first three verses of "The Good Ship Rover," the last five lines of "The Tar for All Weathers" and all of "The Merry Sailor."

Grafted into the Army. New York: Charles Magnus. [n.d.] Photograph of original.

Grave of Uncle True. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Happy Be Thy Dreams. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Heart Bow'd Down. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Hello, John Maloney. Words and music by Joseph Flynn. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner, [1890]. Photocopy of fragile original.

Her Bright Smiles Haunt Me Still and Thy Voice Hath a Charm. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Highland Mary. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] " A Favorite Sctoch [sic] Ballad." Photocopy of fragile original.

Hold the Fort. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Home Again. [n.p., n.d.] 2 copies: Original and photocopy of fragile original.

Home Rule of Ireland. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Homeward Bound. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Hundred Years Ago. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.p., n.d.] "Patriotic song." Photocopy of fragile original.

The Hungry Army. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Hurry, Little Children Sunday Morn! [n.p., n.d.] "Sung in the Mulligan Grand Picnic." Photocopy of fragile original.

Hymn. "To be sung at the Laying of the Corner-Stone of the N.J. Classical and Scientific Institute, June 14, 1866." By Abraham Coles, M.D. [n.p.], 1866.

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I Built a Bridge of Fancies. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

I Could'nt [sic] Stay Away. Written and composed by Wm. H. Delehanty. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls. See—Kathleen Mavourneen.

I Had Nothing Else to Do. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

I Left Ireland and Mother Because We Were Poor. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

I Love to Tell the Story. Words by Chaplain C. C. McCabe. [n.p., n.d.] "Sung with great success by Mrs. J. P. Hays, of the Hays' Quartette." Photocopy of fragile original.

I Set My Heart Upon a Flower. By Alice Hawthorne [pseudonym of Septimus Winner] [n.p., n.d.] Bottom of sheet torn.

I'd Choose to Be a Baby. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Includes "Original Version" and "Tony Pastor's Version."

I'd Rather Be a Rose. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

If the Waters Could Speak as They Flow. Words and music by Charles Graham. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner, 1887.

I'll Await My Love. Words and music by Frank Howard. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

I'm a Dandy Mayor. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Composed while in a dream." Photocopy of fragile original.

I'm Dying for Some One to Love Me. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

I'm Going to Have My Name Above the Door. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

I'm Lonely Since My Mother Died. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

I'm Lonely Since My Mother Died. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

I'm Off for Baltimore. New York: J. Andrews. [n.d.]

I'm Saddest When I Sing. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

In the Gloaming. H. J. Wehman, [n.d.]

Irish Exile or Lay Me on the Hill Side. Words and Music by J. C. Mitchell. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Irish Huzzars. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Is Marriage a Failure? Words and music by Jas. H. McGinnis. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Italian Girl. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

It's a Cold Day When I Get Left. Words and music by Harry Miller. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

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Jake Lannigan's Wake. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Jesus By the Sea. See—Anniversary of the Sabbath Schools of Ref. Church, Six Mile Run, N.J.

John Bull or Any Other Man. By Walter W. Warren. Philadelphia: Walter Warren. [n.d.] "Composed by Walter W. Warren, and dedicated to James Thomas, Esq., Sung by Bill Worrell at the Music Hall, N. W. Cor. 6th and Chestnut."

Johnny, Fill Up the Bowl. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Johnny, Fill Up the Bowl. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.] "Published and sung by James D. Gay of the Ringgold Artillery of Reading, P.a."

Johnny Morgan. Words by John Read. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 copies: Original and photocopy of fragile original.

Johnny Schmoker. See—The Flag of the Free.

Joy! Joy! Joy! See—Anniversary of the Sabbath Schools of Ref. Church, Six Mile Run, N.J.

Jubilee Hymn. Rev. D.X. Junkin, D.D. also contains, Ode no.2 and Ode no.3, by Rev. T.B. Condit. [n.p., n.d.]

Just Before the Battle, Mother. See verso of The Chaplain's Address, to the Soldiers of the First Brigade....

Just Gone Out. Words and music by Mark Mason. Philadephia: A.W. Auner, 1888. 2 copies.

Karl's Lullaby. Words by Mrs. Chas. A. Gardner. [n.p., n.d.]

Kate Kearney. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Kathleen Mavourneen. and I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Katy Avourneen. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Keep One Little Thought for Me. Words by Geo. W. Persley. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Kentucky Rose. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Key-Hole in the Door. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Killaloe. Words and music by Robert Martin. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 copies.

Kingdom Coming. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Kiss Me Again. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Kiss Me, Mother! Kiss Your Darling! [n.p., n.d.]

Kiss Me Quick and Go. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Kissing Thro' the Bars. Written by Gen. Wm. F. Small. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Kitty Tyrrell. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Kitty Wells. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Knot of Blue and Gray. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

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Lady Art Thou Sleeping. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Lager Bier Song. New York: H. De Marsan. [n.d.]

Lannegan's Ball. New York: Chas Magnus. [n.d.]

Lannigan's Ball. [n.p., n.d.]

Last Link is Broken and Good Night. [n.p., n.d.]

Last Night I Was Dreaming of You. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The Last of Jeff. Davis. "Composed by Asa Pyatt of New-Brunswick, N. J." [New Brunswick, N.J.?]: [n.p.], [1865?]

Learning McFadden to Waltz. By M. F. Carey. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner, 1890.

Leonore. Philadelphia: A. W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Lessons Learned At a Mother's Knee. Words by Wm. J. Wolf. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Let's Be Gay. See—Slave's Dream.

Let Us Live with a Hope! [n.p., n.d.]

Let Us Speak of a Man as We Find Him. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Limerick Races. [n.p., n.d.] 2 copies: Original and photocopy of fragile original.

Lines Dedicated to the Rev. Charles H. Poole, and Sung at His Ordination, at the Ref. D. Church of Bedminster, July 11th, 1866. "Composed expressly for the occasion by D. H. Wortman, and printed by request." [n.p.], 1866.

Lines on the Death of Mrs. Gen. J. Kilpatrick. By Geo. G. B. DeWolfe. [n.p.], [1864?] Likely a poem rather than a songsheet. Photocopy.

Linger Not, Darling! A Serenade. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Listen to the Mocking Bird. [By Alice Hawthorne; pseudonymn of Septimus Winner]. New York: E. Nason and Co. [n.d.]

Little Buttercup. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Little Faces at the Window. Words by Elmer Ruan Coates. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Little Fisherman. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Copyrighted 1888, by Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York." Photocopy of fragile original.

Little Footsteps. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Little Log Cabin in the Lane. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] "As sung by Billy and Maggie Ray."

Little Nell of Narragansett Bay. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Little Sweetheart, Come & Kiss Me. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Little Sweetheart, Come & Kiss Me. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Little Wife Nelly the Light of My Home. Words and music by Harry Kennedy. [n.p., n.d.]

The Lone Heart. Words and music by Eastburn. Philadelphia: W.R. Smith, 1865. 2 copies: Original and photocopy of fragile original.

Lorena. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Love Among the Roses. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.]

Love Among the Roses. [Philadelphia]: A. W. Auner. [n.d.]

Low-Backed Car. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Low-Backed Car. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

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Maid of Athens. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Man with the Sealskin Pants. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Marching Along. See verso of The Chaplain's Address, to the Soldiers of the First Brigade....

Marching through Georgia. By Henry C. Work. New York: E. Nason and Co. [n.d.] "Written by Henry C. Work, autor of 'Grandfather's Clock,' 'Come Home, Father,' 'Kingdom Coming,' etc."

Marching through Georgia. By Henry C. Work. New York: World Manufacturing Co. [n.d.]

Marching through Georgia! [Henry Clay Work.] [n.p., n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Market on Saturday Night. Words by Ed. Harrigan. [n.p., n.d.]

Marriage Bells. Words and music by Wm. O'Reardon. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Mary Ann Kehoe. Words and music by Thomas E. Powers. [n.p., n.d.]

Mary of Argyle and Write to Me. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Massa's in De Cold Ground. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

McCarthy's Mare. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The McIntyres. [n.p., n.d.] "Music published by Sep. Winner and Co."

Meet Me At the Lane. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Meet Me at the Lane. [Philadelphia], n.d. "Music of this Song to be obtained at Sep. Winner & Co.'s Music Store." Photocopy of fragile original.

Meet Me By Moonlight Alone. Written and composed by J.A. Wade. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Meet Me By Moonlight Willie. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The Merry Sailor. See—The Good Ship Rover

A Message from Mother. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Minute Gun At Sea. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Miss Brady's Piano-Fortay. [n.p., n.d.]

The Moon Is Beaming O'er the Lake. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Moonlight and Starlight. [n.p., n.d.]

Mother, Dear, I'm Thinking of You. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Mother on the Brain. By John C. Cross. New York: H. De Marsan. [n.d.]

Mother Would Comfort Me. [n.p., n.d.]

A Mother's Appeal to Her Boy. Words by Julian Holmes. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Copyrighted 1889, by Geo. M. Klenk & Co., New York."

Mother's Last Letter to Me. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Copyrighted 1883, by T.B. Harms & Co., New York."

The Mother's Reply to "Rock Me to Sleep." Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Mottoes Upon the Wall. Words by Wm. Devere. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Copyrighted 1888, by Willis Woodward & Co., New York."

The Mountain Bugle. [n.p., n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Mulcahy's Home Again. Sequel to "Mulcahy's Gone Away." Words and music by Joe P. Skelly. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Muldoon the Solid Man. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 copies: Original and photocopy of fragile original.

Mulligan Guards. By Harrigan and Hart. [n.p., n.d.] "The Original Comic Song." Photocopy of fragile original.

Must We Then Meet as Strangers. Words by Geo. Cooper. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

My Daughter Julia. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

My Girl Has Gone Away. By Robert Sinnickson. [Trenton, N.J., 1887] Photocopy of fragile original.

My Northern Boy to the War Has Gone! By John Ross Dix. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Mygel Snyder's Bardy. Written and Sung by Gus Williams. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

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Nancy Lee. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

National Thanksgiving Ode. By C. C. Haven. Trenton, N.J.: [n.p.], 1863. Photocopy.

Nearer, My God to Thee. and Pull for the Shore. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Nell, the Little Belle. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Never Be Afraid. See—Sunday School Hymns....

Never Empty the Cradle, Twins Are Born. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Sung by Happy Cal Wagner."

No Ne'er Can Thy Home Be Mine. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Noble Knights of Labor. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Nobody Knows What a Racket Was There. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Nobody's Child. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Nobody's Darling But Mine. Words by John Rutledge. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Nora O'Neal. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Norah, Darling, Don't You Cry! Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Norine Maurine. Words by Billy Devere. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Not for Joseph. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The Nuptial Bands. See—Golden Wedding of Cornelius and Lucy Broach...

Ode No. 2. By Rev. T.B. Condit. See—Jubilee Hymn.

Ode No. 3. By Rev. T.B. Condit. See—Jubilee Hymn.

O'Donnell, the Avenger. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The Officer's Funeral. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Oh, Dem Golden Slippers. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Oh, Dem Old Brown Pants! Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Oh Jeff! Oh Jeff! How Are You Now? New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Oh! Nicodemus. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Oh, Take Me to Thy Heart Again. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.] "As sung by C. Campbell, Carncross and Dixey's Minstrels." 2 copies, each with a different illustration.

Old Gray Mare. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Old Grimes Is Dead. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Old Home Ain't What It Used to Be. By C. A. White. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

The Old Log Cabin on the Hill. See—A Flower from Mother's Grave.

Once More We Come. See — Anniversary of the Sabbath Schools of Ref. Church, Six Mile Run, N.J.

Ornaments for Your Mantel Piece. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] "As Sung by Frank A. Conly." Photocopy of fragile original.

Our Jack's Come Home To-Day. Words and Music by W.J. Dever. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Our Union, Right or Wrong. New York: J. Wrigley. [n.d.]

Our Victory. See—Anniversary of the Sabbath Schools of Ref. Church, Six Mile Run, N.J.

Our Yankee Monitor. New York: J. Wrigley. [n.d.]

Over the Hills to the Poor House. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Owen Reilly. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

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Paddy Burke. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Paddy's Land! Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Sung by James McWilliams, the popular Irish Comic Vocalist, with great success."

Papa's Baby Boy. Words and Music by Will H. Bray. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Parody on the Cottage By the Sea. By Eugene T. Johnston. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Parrot and the Parson. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Pat and His Little Brown Mare. Words by Ed Harrigan. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Pat Malloy's Return to Ireland. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Pat Malloy's Return to Ireland or, The Reply to Pat Malloy. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Patrick's Day Parade. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 Copies.

Patrick Mind the Baby. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Petticoat Jeff. As sung by G. C. B. Holloway. Jersey City, N.J.: Times Publishing House, 1865.

The Picket's Last Watch. [n.p., n.d.] "Music composed and sung by D. A. Warden."

Picture That Is Turned Toward the Wall. By Chas. Graham. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Copyrighted 1891 by M. Witmark & Sons, New York."

Playmates. Written and Composed by Harry Dacre. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Please Buy My Last Paper. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Please Give Me a Penny, Sir. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Poor Little Joe. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Poor Old Dad. By Harry Yorke. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Copyrighted 1885, by Wm. J. McVey."

Poor Old Joe and Gwine to Ride Up in the Chariot. [n.p., n.d.]

Poor Old Uncle Rube. Words by Harry Bloodgood. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Prairie Flower: or Rosalie. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] "As sung in all the public schools."

Pretty Little Dark Blue Eyes. Written by Gus. Williams. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner.

Pretty Sally. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Pretty Sally. W.R. Smith, 1865. Photocopy of fragile original.

The Prisoner's Release, or The Dear Old Flag Has Come. W.R. Smith, 1865. "Sequal to Prisoner's Hope." Photocopy of fragile original.

Pull for the Shore. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Pull for the Shore (pub. by World Manufacturing Company). See—Nearer, My God to Thee. Back to Top of Page

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Quiet Lodgings. [n.p., n.d.]

The Quill of the Concert Saloon. New York: H. De Marsan. [n.d.]

Quite English, You Know. Words and Music by A.L. Ramsay. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Copyrighted 1885, by J. F. Valois."

Rally Round the Flag Boys. [n.p., n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Rataplan. Words by C. Jefferys. [n.p., n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Red, White and Blue. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Remember Poor Mother At Home. Words and music by Jas. Thonton. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Requiem. [n.p.], [April 1865?]

Riding on the Cable Cars. Words by H.O. Lawrence. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Riding on the Elevated Road. Words and Music by T. B. Kelley. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 Copies.

Ring Dat Golden Bell. By Rosenfield & McVey. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner, 1885. Photocopy of fragile original.

The Ring My Mother Wore. New York: Walter Warren. [n.d.] "As sung by Miss Violo Clifton at the New Grotto Hall N. W. cor. 5th and Chestnut Street."

Ring the Bell Softly, There's Crape on the Door. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Ring the Bell, Watchman. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

River Roe. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Rock-A-Bye, Baby. Written by Effie I. Canning. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 3 Copies.

Rock and Rye Crazy. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 Copies.

Rock Me to Sleep Mother. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Rock the Baby High. Written and Composed by Geo. W. Search. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner, 1888. "Lullaby waltz song." Photocopy of fragile original.

Rocked in a Cable Car. Words by Peter Peppercorn. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Roger O'Malley. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Root Hog or Die No. 2. [n.p., n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Rory O'More. [n.p., n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Rover's Grave. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] 2 different copies.

Row of Tenement Houses. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Sung by Niles & Evans."

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Safe in the Harbor. Words by M. J. Cavanagh. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner, 1888. Photocopy of fragile original.

Say a Kind Word, When You Can. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

See that My Grave's Kept Green. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

The Separation. Philadelphia: A. W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Seymour's Yankee Doodle. New York: J. F. Feeks. [n.d.] "From the Democratic Campaign Songster."

Shabby Genteel. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Shall We Know Each Other There? New York: Chas. Magus. [n.d.]

Shamus O'Brien. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Sheridan's "Early" Victory. By John Ross Dix. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Sherman's March to the Sea. New York: E. Nason and Co. [n.d.]

Sights for a Father. Philadelphia: Z.L. Zieber. [n.d.]

Silence. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Silver Threads Among the Gold. New York: E. Nason and Co. [n.d.]

Since Terry First Joined the Gang. [n.p., n.d.]

Sister, Strike the Gong. By G.S. Lawson. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Slave's Dream and Let's Be Gay. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Slavery Days. New York: World Manufacturing Co. [n.d.]

Soldier's Dream and Soldier's Tear. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

The Soldier's Friend. Inscribed to Marcus L. Ward, Governor of New Jersey. "From the New York Tribune." [New York: New York Tribune, 1866?] Likely a poem rather than a song.

Solider's Tear. See—Soldier's Dream.

Something to Do in Heaven. See—Sunday School Hymns....

Song of the Loyal Band. Song supporting Marcus Ward's candidacy for Governor of New Jersey. Newark, N.J.: [n.p.], [1865].

A Song of Victory. By Asa Pyatt, Esq. [n.p.], [1865?]

The Sons of New Jersey. Composed at Dividing Creek, by F. B. Johnson. [Philadelphia]: Johnson, [1863]. Photocopy.

Spider and the Fly. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Star-Spangled Banner. See verso of The Chaplain's Address, to the Soldiers of the First Brigade....

Suffrage Song. See—Battle Hymn of the Republic.

Sunday School Hymns, Selected and Arranged for the Third Annual Convention of the Sunday Schools of Monroe Township, Middlesex County, N. J., September 1, 1869. [Monroe Township?]: [n.p.], 1869. Includes "Glory to God in the Highest!," "The Children's Battle Song," "Dare to Do Right," "Something to Do in Heaven," "Never Be Afraid," and "Closing Hymn."

Sweet Evelina. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Sweet Hour of Prayer. See verso of The Chaplain's Address, to the Soldiers of the First Brigade....

Sweet Lucy May. [n.p., n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Sweet Spirit, Hear My Prayer. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Swinging in the Lane. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

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The Tar for All Weathers. See—The Good Ship Rover.

Taking It Cool. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Tassels on Her Boots. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Tapping at the Garden Gate. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Temperance Hymns. [n.p., n.d.]

The Temple Fire. Words by Augustus Assenmacher. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 Copies.

Tenting on the Old Camp-Ground. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Thanksgiving Song. By C. C. Haven. Trenton, N.J.: [n.p.], 1864.

That's What's the Matter. See—The Flag of the Free.

That's Where the Laugh Comes In! By Eastburn. [New York], 1865. Photocopy of fragile original.

There Never Was a Coward Where the Shamrock Grows. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

They All Do It!! Written and Composed by John Read. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

They Never Told a Lie. Written and Composed by Thomas T. Carter. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. "Copyrighted 1890, by Frank Harding, New York."

Thou Art So Near and Yet So Far. [n.p., n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Thou Hast Learned to Love Another. Philadelphia: A. W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Three Little Faces. Words and Music by T.F. Harrington. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. "Copyrighted 1891, by Louis Haas, Philadelphia, Pa." 2 copies: Original and photocopy of fragile original.

Throw Him Down McCloskey. By J. W. Kelley. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner, 1890. Photocopy of fragile original.

Thy Voice Hath a Charm. See—Her Bright Smiles Haunt Me Still.

Ting! Ting! That's How the Bell Goes. Words and music by S. W. Almeron. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Copyrighted 1886, by Willis Woodward & Co., New York."

'Tis But a Little Faded Flower. [n.p., n.d.]

'Tis Midnight Hour. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 copies: Original and photocopy of fragile original.

'Tis Sad to Leave Your Fatherland. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

To Your Mountain. Words by Mrs. T.B. Dana. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Tommy, Do It Again. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Tramp, Tramp, Tramp! New York: H. J. Wehman. [n.d.]

Twenty Years Ago. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Stars. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

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U-V

(Um-Um) Ma Honey, Who You Love. Written by Harry S. Miller. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Uncle Billy's Dream. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 Copies.

Uncle Ned. [n.p., n.d.]"As sung by de colored society in general."

Uncle Sam's Boys. By H. Angelo. [n.p., n.d.] "Written by H. Angelo, Expressly for the Scott Legion." Photocopy of fragile original.

Under the Daisies! Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 Copies.

Under the Willow She's Sleeping. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Unfurl the Glorious Banner. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.] 2 copies, each with a different illustration.

A Union Song for the People. [n.p., n.d.]

Up Comes McGinty. Composed by Peter Peppercorn. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner, 1889.

Up in a Back Room. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 copies: Original and photocopy of fragile original.

Up in a Back Room. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Upper Ten and Lower Five. Written and Compsed by Arthur Lloyd. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Duett [sic] for two Gentlemen."

Vacant Chair. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Veteran. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Victory at Last. Words by Mrs. M.A. Kidder. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.] "From Bradbury's 'Golden Censer.'" 2 different copies.

Vilikins and His Dinah, or, The Cup of Cold Pison. New York: J. Andrews. [n.d.] "Sung nightly by Charley White, with Shouts of Applause, at 49 Bowery, N.Y."

Volunteers' Song. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

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We Are Coming Sister Mary. [n.p., n.d.]

We Have Met, Loved and Parted. Words by E.R. Coates. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

We Sat By the River, You and I. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Wearing of the Green. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Welcome Home Together. See—Golden Wedding of Cornelius and Lucy Broach...

A Welcome That Will Never Die. Words and Music by Barney Mullely. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Copyrighted 1891, by Frank Harding, New York."

Whack Row De Dow. New York: H. De Marsan. [n.d.]

What Irishmen Have Done. New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

When I Saw Sweet Nelly Home. E. Nason & Co. [n.d.]

When My Ship Comes In. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

When the Roses Bloom Again. Words by W.G. Wilderman. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

When These Old Clothes Were New. Philadelphia: Johnson's Cheap Printing Office. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

When This Cruel War Is Over. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

When You and I Were Young. Words and Music by J. Ford. Philadelphia: W.R. Smith, 1864.

Where Did You Get That Hat. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Arranged by Wm. Loraine. Copyrighted 1888, by Harding Bros., New York."

Whisper Softly, Mother's Dying. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Why Did They Dig Ma's Grave So Deep. Words and Music by J.P. Skelly. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Widow in the Cottage by the Sea. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

The Widow, in the Cottage By the Sea. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Will Nobody Marry Me? New York: Chas. Magnus. [n.d.]

Will You Love Me Then as Now? Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Will You Love Me When I'm Old? New York: E. Nason. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Willie, We Have Missed You. New York: World Manufacturing Company. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

Would I Were a Boy Again and Would I Were A Girl Again. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Would I Were a Girl Again. See—Would I Were A Boy Again.

Would I Were with Thee. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Write a Letter to My Mother. Words by E. Bowers. New York: H. J. Wehman. [n.d.]

Write a Letter to My Mother! See—Write Me a Letter from Home (Johnson).

Write Me a Letter from Home and Yes, We'll Write You a Letter from Home. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Write Me a Letter from Home and Write a Letter to My Mother! Words by E. Bowers. Philadelphia: Johnson. [n.d.]

Yaller Gal That Winked at Me. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Yes! We Think of Thee at Home. [n.p., n.d.] "Answer to 'Do They Think of Me at Home.'"

Yes, We'll Write You a Letter from Home. See—Write Me a Letter from Home (A.W. Auner).

You Naughty, Naughty Men. New York: Dodworth & Sons Music Store. [n.d.] Photocopy of fragile original.

You Were False, but I'll Forgive You. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.]

Young Man from the Country. [n.p., n.d.] "As sung by Tony Pastor." Photocopy of fragile original.

Young Napoleon, or The Bunch of Roses. [n.p., n.d.]

100 Fathoms Deep. Words by R. Cranshaw. Philadelpha: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] 2 copies.

1901. Philadelphia: A.W. Auner. [n.d.] "Composed and Sung with immense success by Marlow & Regan." Photocopy of fragile original.

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Song Sheet Scrapbook

Baby. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 11]

Bonny Eloise, the Belle of the Mohawk Vale. Composed by W. Percival. [n.p., n.d.] "Sung at Bryant's Minstrels, Mechanics' Hall, Broadway, T. Prendergast." [Scrapbook, p. 19]

[Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean.] [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 25]

Come Again No More. By Strephen C. Foster. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 9]

Cottage by the Sea. By J. R. Thomas. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 23]

The Death of Annie Laurie. [n.p., n.d.] "A Sequal [sic] Composed by Wm. Taylor." [Scrapbook, p. 1]

The Eden Above. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 3]

Ellen Bayne. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 20]

Farewell Lilly Dear. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 6]

The Fate of a False Lover. Or, the Successful Triumph of Margaret Garrity, Who Was Tried for Stabbing Her Seducer with a Carving Knife, at Newark, New Jersey. By John Costin Eames. [n.p.] [ca. 1851] [Scrapbook, p. 14]

The Gospel Ship. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 16]

Grave of Ben Bolt. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 8]

Home, Sweet Home and My Boyhood's Home. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 10]

Homeward Bound. Words from Zion's Herald. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 5]

I've Wandered by the Hut Side. [n.p., n.d.] "[Su]ng with [Tr]emendous applause by Charles Melville, of Kemble's Celebrated Minstrels." [Scrapbook, p. 17]

[L]ittle Eva to Her Papa and Little Eva in Heaven. [n.p., n.d.] The former, "As sung by Little Cordelia Howard, in the successful Drama of 'Unle Tom's Cabin' at the National Theatre, N.Y."; the latter "As sung by J. B. Howe at the National Theatre, N.Y." [Scrapbook, p. 12]

Massa's in the Cold Ground. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 4]

My Grand-Mother's Advice. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 21]

Nora M'Shane and You'll Remember Me. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 13]

The Old Arm-Chair. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 15]

Old Dog Tray. [n.p., n.d.] "Sung nightly with Tremendous Applause, by E. P. Christy's celebrated Band of Minstrels, 472 Broadway, N.Y." [Scrapbook, p. 7]

Poor Old Slave. [n.p., n.d.] "As sung by J. Carroll, with Tremendous Applause, at White's celebrated Band of Minstrels, 53 Bowery, N.Y." [Scrapbook, p. 22]

Rock Me to Sleep Mother. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 24]

Shells of the Ocean. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 18]

Susy and Pat Murphy. [n.p., n.d.] [Scrapbook, p. 2]

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Walker Collection

Collection of song sheets printed by George Walker of Durham, England, ca. 1840-1870. The songsheets are listed alphabetically by title. When requesting a song sheet, please include the sheet number on the call slip.

A through H | I through N | O through Z


Walker Collection: A-H

The American Serenaders (sheet 7)

Anne Laurie (sheet 28)

Answer to "Come Dwell with Me." "By L. M. Thornton, Author of 'The Happy Change.'" (sheet 34)

Answer to "Jenny Jones." Jenny Jones to Edward Morgan. "By L. M. Thornton, Author of 'The Happy Change.'" (sheet 34)

The Brave Old Oak (sheet 57)

The Bride's Farewell (sheet 63)

The British Militia Man (sheet 56)

The Briton's Home (sheet 63)

Buffalo Gals (sheet 3)

Burns and Highland Mary (sheet 18)

Child of Good Nature (sheet 5)

The Collier Swell (sheet 28)

Don't Be Foolish, Joe (sheet 22)

Donald's Return to Glencoe (sheet 24)

Down Among the Dead Men (sheet 15)

Erin's Green Shore (sheet 6)

The Fall of the Leaf (sheet 9)

Far, Far Upon the Sea (sheet 69)

Flora May (sheet 22)

Going Out To Market (sheet 67)

The Golden Glove (sheet 30)

Green Mossy Banks of the Lea (sheet 5)

Happy Land (sheet 4)

Have You Seen My Missus? (sheet 64)

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Walker Collection: I-N

I'm Afloat (sheet 56)

I'm Afloat, I'm Afloat (sheet 11)

I'm Going Ober De Mountain (sheet 8)

Isabel (sheet 63)

The Ivy Green (sheet 1)

The Jolly Skiffsman (sheet 8)

Kathleen Mavorneen (sheet 57)

The Lass o' Gowrie (sheet 69)

The Life Boat (sheet 33)

A Life in the Woods For Me (sheet 12)

A Life on the Ocean Wave (sheet 18)

Little Fools and Great Ones. By Henry Russell. (sheet 2)

The Log Hut, or My Happy Home (sheet 9)

Lucy Long (sheet 9)

A Maiden Sought the Dewy Grove (sheet 32)

The Man that Has Seen Better Days (sheet 10)

The Maniac (sheet 21)

The Mariner's Grave (sheet 21)

Mary Blane (sheet 11)

The Moon is on the Water (sheet 24)

The Moon is on the Waters (sheet 67)

The Morn Was Gay (sheet 13)

My Lovely Nancy (sheet 33)

My Native Love (sheet 12)

The Newfoundland Dog. By Henry Russell. (sheet 2)

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Walker Collection: O-Z

Oh: Sambo White, in Lub I'm Quite (sheet 10)

Oh Saw Ye the Lass wi' the Bonny Blue E'en (sheet 7)

The Old Arm Chair (sheet 69)

Old Dan Tucker (sheet 15)

Old Joe (sheet 3)

On the Banks of the Dee (sheet 8)

Our Ancestors Were Englishmen (sheet 13)

Pirate Crew (sheet 64)

The Raccoon Hunters (sheet 12)

Rosin, the Beau (sheet 30)

The Sheffield Apprentice (sheet 32)

The Slave Chase (sheet 57)

The Standard Bearer (sheet 64)

The Star of Glengary (sheet 57)

The Stolen Child (sheet 74)

There's A Good Time Coming Boys (sheet 6)

To The West! To the West (sheet 63)

When I Was Young and Fair (sheet 7)

When Sailing on de Ohio (sheet 10)

When We Went Out A Gypsying (sheet 4)

Who's Dat Knocking at de Door? (sheet 11)

The Wife's Dream (sheet 74)

The Wolf (sheet 67)

Woodman Spare That Tree (sheet 1)

The Woodpecker (sheet 74)

Ye Mariners of England (sheet 3)