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The Charles H. Eisenhardt Jr. Collection

Abstract

Title:
The Charles H. Eisenhardt Jr. Collection
Author/Creator:
Eisenhardt, Charles H., Jr.
Collection number:
02-85-Minesinger, 02-88-Minesinger
Size:
5.25 Linear Feet
Bulk dates:
1910-1945
Inclusive dates:
1865-1964
Collection Area:
Special Collections in Performing Arts
Repository:
Special Collections in Performing Arts, Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742. Contact the curator: http://www.lib.umd.edu/scpa/contact
Abstract:

The Charles H. Eisenhardt Jr. (1902-1917), a Baltimore native and avid patron of the arts, attended numerous concerts and theater productions in Baltimore and was particularly interested in musical theater. An employee of American Steel and Wire Company, in 1942 he moved with his wife Ethel and daughter Jane to Cleveland, Ohio, were they where frequent attendees at the Hanna Theater and The Cleveland Playhouse. Eisenhardt transferred to New York City in 1956 to work for US Steel Corporation and remained in the New York City metro area until his death. The collection covers the period from 1865 to 1964 with the bulk of the material from 1910 to 1945. The collection consists of programs, newspaper and magazine clippings, books, scores, and memorabilia collected by Mr. Eisenhardt. Theater programs have been integrated into the SCPA Theater Program Collection

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

The collection is open for research use.

Preferred citation:

The Charles H. Eisenhardt Jr. Collection, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/1754
Publication rights:

Materials from this collection must be used in the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library's Irving and Margery Morgan Lowens Special Collections Room, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Contact the curator for an appointment: http://www.lib.umd.edu/scpa/contact

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

Charles H. Eisenhardt Jr. (born February 4, 1902, Baltimore, Maryland; died January 4, 1970, Summit, NJ) studied piano at the Peabody Conservatory in the Preparatory Department during his youth. After graduating from Baltimore City College in 1920, he began working for American Steel and Wire Company. An avid patron of the arts, Eisenhardt attended numerous concerts and theater productions in Baltimore and was particularly interested in musical theater. He married Ethel Whitney in 1927 and had one daughter, Jane. In 1942 he and his family moved to Cleveland, Ohio and were frequent attendees at the Hanna Theater and The Cleveland Playhouse. Eisenhardt transferred to New York City in 1956 to work for US Steel Corporation and remained in the New York City metro area until his death.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Charles H. Eisenhardt Jr. Collection covers the period from 1865 to 1964; the bulk of the materials date from 1910 to 1945. The collection consists of programs, newspaper and magazine clippings, books, scores, and memorabilia collected by Mr. Eisenhardt. Theater programs have been integrated into the SCPA Theater Program Collection.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

The collection was given to SCPA in September 2000 by Richard and Jane Minesinger in memory of her father, Charles H. Eisenhardt Jr

Processing Information

Processed by:

Processed by Sally Roberts, Lori Fowser, and Benjamin Levy, January 2007

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Colleen McKnight, April 2007.

Arrangement of Collection

The collection has been divided into five series.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Programs, 1903-1943 (0.25 Linear Feet)

This series contains approximately fifty programs from concerts and recitals attended by Mr. Eisenhardt. The materials are arranged by organization, then chronologically.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Collection information- emails, appraisal, list of programs, undated series 1box 1folder 1
Program Souvenir- Baltimore and the Saengerfest, newspaper clipping, June 14, 1903 series 1box 1folder 2
Junior Minstrel Show, 1910 series 1box 1folder 3
Program, February 3, 1910 series 1box 1folder 3item 1.0
Program, October 13, 1910 series 1box 1folder 3item 2.0
Peabody, 1914-1941 series 1box 1folder 4
Program, December 10, [no year] series 1box 1folder 4item 1.0
Program, January 17, 1914 series 1box 1folder 4item 2.0
Program, May 18, 1914 series 1box 1folder 4item 3.0
Program, October 26, 1917 series 1box 1folder 4item 4.0
Program, November 16, 1917 series 1box 1folder 4item 5.0
Program, November 23, 1917 series 1box 1folder 4item 6.0
Program, December 7, 1917 series 1box 1folder 4item 7.0
Program, January 4, 1918 series 1box 1folder 4item 8.0
Program, February 1, 1918 series 1box 1folder 4item 9.0
Program, 2 copies, May 3, 1941 series 1box 1folder 4item 10.0
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, 1922-1943 series 1box 1folder 5
Program, March 19, 1922 series 1box 1folder 5item 1.0
Program, March 18, 1934 series 1box 1folder 5item 2.0
Program, March 22, 1936 series 1box 1folder 5item 3.0
Program, December 20, 1936 series 1box 1folder 5item 4.0
Program, February 7, 1937 series 1box 1folder 5item 5.0
Program, February 23, 1936 series 1box 1folder 5item 6.0
Program, 2 copies, January 9, 1938 series 1box 1folder 5item 7.0
Program, January 23, 1938 series 1box 1folder 5item 8.0
Program, February 6, 1938 series 1box 1folder 5item 9.0
Program, 2 copies, February 20, 1938 series 1box 1folder 5item 10.0
Program, March 6, 1938 series 1box 1folder 5item 11.0
Concerts for Young People Program, 1941-1942 series 1box 1folder 5item 12.0
Program, February 28, 1943 series 1box 1folder 5item 13.0
Program, March 18, 1943 series 1box 1folder 5item 14.0
The William A. Albaugh Concert Bureau Affairs, 1922-1935 series 1box 1folder 6
Program, October 17, 1922 series 1box 1folder 6item 1.0
Program, October 24, 1922 series 1box 1folder 6item 2.0
Program, October 27, 1922 series 1box 1folder 6item 3.0
Program, November 3, 1922 series 1box 1folder 6item 4.0
Program, September 20, 1924 series 1box 1folder 6item 5.0
Program, October 24, 1924 series 1box 1folder 6item 6.0
Program, December 11, 1935 series 1box 1folder 6item 7.0
Mrs. Wilson-Greene's Concerts, 1922 series 1box 1folder 7
Program, November 16, 1922 series 1box 1folder 7item 1.0
Program, December 8, 1922 series 1box 1folder 7item 2.0
Program, December 14, 1922 series 1box 1folder 7item 3.0
Philadelphia Orchestra at Lyric Theater, Baltimore, 1924, 1938 series 1box 1folder 8
Program, February 13, 1924 series 1box 1folder 8item 1.0
Program, November 30, 1938 series 1box 1folder 8item 2.0
National Symphony Orchestra at Lyric Theater, Baltimore, 1936-1937 series 1box 1folder 9
Program, February 4, 1936 series 1box 1folder 9item 1.0
Program, March 16, 1937 series 1box 1folder 9item 2.0
Miscellaneous, Baltimore, 1922-1942 series 1box 1folder 10
Baltimore Fashion Show, August 7, 1922 series 1box 1folder 10item 1.0
Carol Service, December 25, 1922 series 1box 1folder 10item 2.0
Christmas Recital, December 15, 1927 series 1box 1folder 10item 3.0
Ballet Russe, March 3, 1934 series 1box 1folder 10item 4.0
"Town Party", October 14, 1935 series 1box 1folder 10item 5.0
Piano Quartet, November 9, 1942 series 1box 1folder 10item 6.0
Miscellaneous, Cape Cod -- "The Tattling Cod", August 10, 1937 series 1box 1folder 11

Series 2: Clippings, 1907 - ca. 1941 (0.50 Linear Feet)

This series contains newspaper and magazine clippings on theater productions. The materials are arranged by original media, then chronologically.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Theater Clippings, 1907-ca.1941 series 2box 1folder 1
St. Martin's Church Hall- Burnt Cork Minstrels, April 23, 1907 series 2box 1folder 1item 1.0
Auditorium Theater- William Rock and Francis White, May 27, 1918 series 2box 1folder 1item 2.0
Palace Theater- "Kongo", April 18, 1927 series 2box 1folder 1item 3.0
Ford's Theater--"Hollywood Pinafore", undated series 2box 1folder 1item 4.0
New Theater--"Smilin' Through", undated series 2box 1folder 1item 5.0
Nixon's Apollo Theater--"Business Before Pleasure", undated series 2box 1folder 1item 6.0
"The Riviera Girl", undated series 2box 1folder 1item 7.0
Magazine Clippings, 1923 series 2box 1folder 2
Hearst's International Play of the Month--"The Seventh Heaven", May 1923 series 2box 1folder 2item 1.0
Bright Bits from Current Plays, undated series 2box 1folder 2item 2.0
"Patience" and Oscar Wilde, Facsimile of Original Program of "Patience", undated series 2box 1folder 2item 3.0

Series 3: Books, 1893-1938 (0.50 Linear Feet)

This series contains twenty-four books, mostly collections of music for the piano. The materials are arranged chronologically.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Schirmer's Library, Vol. 472: Teacher and Pupil by Josef Löw, 1893 series 3box 2folder 1
Schirmer's Library, Vol. 321: Short School of Velocity for Piano, Op. 242 by Louis Köhler, 1895 series 3box 2folder 2
Schirmer's Library, Vol. 850: Two Part Inventions by J. S. Bach, 1904 series 3box 2folder 3
Preliminary School for the Piano, Op.101 by Ferdinand Beyer, 1905 series 3box 2folder 4
The Elements of Piano Technique by Ernest Hutcheson, 1907 series 3box 2folder 5
Primer of Facts about Music: Questions and Answers by M.G. Evans, 1909 series 3box 2folder 6
The Family Music Book: A Collection. Various Authors, pub. By G. Schirmer, 1914 series 3box 2folder 7
Schirmer's Library, Vol. 27: Complete Works for the Piano, Book One, Waltzes by Frederick Chopin, 1915 series 3box 2folder 8
Schirmer's Library, Vol. 34: Complete Works for the Piano, Book Nine, Preludes by Frederick Chopin, 1915 series 3box 3folder 1
Selected Pianoforte Studies by Carl Czerny, 1916 series 3box 3folder 2
Diller-Quaile Second Solo Book by Angela Diller and Elizabeth Quaile, 1919 series 3box 3folder 3
Diller-Quaile Third Solo Book by Angela Diller and Elizabeth Quaile, 1921 series 3box 3folder 4
Graded List of Some Useful Works for Piano Study by Maud Randolph, rev. by Elizabeth Coulson, 1922 series 3box 3folder 5
Schirmer's Library, Vol. 1447: The Nutcracker Suite by P.I. Tschaikowsky, 1922 series 3box 3folder 6
Diller-Page The Brown Duet Book by Angela Diller, texts by Kate Stearns Page, 1924 series 3box 3folder 7
Schirmer's Library, Vol. 24: Fifty Selected Studies for the Piano by Stephen Heller, 1934 series 3box 3folder 8
Cole Porter Song Album words and music by Cole Porter, 1935 series 3box 3folder 9
Diller-Page Carol-Book arr. by Angela Diller and Kate Stearns Page, 1935 series 3box 3folder 10
Christmas Carols to Play and Sing arr. by Bernard Wagness, 1937 series 3box 3folder 11
60 Progressive Piano Pieces by various composers and arrangers, 1938 series 3box 3folder 12
Everybody's Favorite Gilbert and Sullivan Album by Sir Arthur Sullivan, lyrics by W. S. Gilbert, 1938 series 3box 3folder 13
Schirmer's Library, Vol. 177: Thirty Progressive Studies, Op. 46 by Stephen Heller, undated series 3box 3folder 14
Wood Collection of Christmas Carols Various, undated series 3box 3folder 15
Book of Songs in Repertoire of Feodor Chaliapin Various, undated series 3box 3folder 16

Series 4: Scores, 1865-1939 (4.00 Linear Feet)

This series contains over three hundred pieces of sheet music. The materials span from 1865 to 1964, with the bulk of the material from 1917 to 1939. They are arranged chronologically.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Oeuvres Choisies: 1. Happy Farmer; 2. Hunting Song by Robert Schumann, 1865 series 4box 4folder 1
Compositions for the Piano: Waltz in E Flat Major by Auguste Durand, 1882 series 4box 4folder 2
Classic & Modern: No. 1. Etude Mignonne by Eduard Schütt, 1888 series 4box 4folder 3
Classic & Modern: Valse Lente in A flat by Eduard Schütt, 1888 series 4box 4folder 4
Compositions for the Pianoforte Op. 15 no. 5: Valse by Charles Dennée, 1888 series 4box 4folder 5
Rohlfing Edition, No. 2: Miniature No. 1 (Op. 2 No. 1), Valse (a la Chopin) by Leon Novara, 1890 series 4box 4folder 6
Compositions for the Pianoforte by French Composers: Papillons Roses, Impromptu, Op. 59 No. 2 by Francis Thomé, 1891 series 4box 4folder 7
Dir Bistoriettes pour Piano, No. 6: Impromptu by Ludwid Schytté, 1891 series 4box 4folder 8
Attractive Pieces for Young Pianists: Spinning Song, Op. 14 No. 4 by Albert Ellmenriech, 1894 series 4box 4folder 9
Sonatas for the Pianoforte: Op. 2 No. 1 by L. van Beethoven, 1894 series 4box 4folder 10
Woodland Sketches: 10 Tunes by Edward MacDowell. (Schmidt ed. 1899), 1896 series 4box 4folder 11
Compositions for the Piano: Moments Musicaux No. 3 by Fr. Schubert, 1897 series 4box 4folder 12
Piano Selections from Favorite Operas: Tristan and Isolde by Richard Wagner, 1897 series 4box 4folder 13
Piano Compositions by Russian Composers, 2nd Series: Prelude in C# minor, Op. 3 No. 2 by S. Rachmaninoff, 1898 series 4box 4folder 14
Oeuvres Choisies: Menuet Op. 14, No. 1 by I. J. Paderewski, 1899 series 4box 4folder 15
Songs from Florodora, No. 16: Tell me Pretty Maiden by Leslie Stuart, book by Owen Hall, 1900 series 4box 5folder 1
Compositions for Piano: No. 6. Slumber Song by Cornelius Gurlitt, 1901 series 4box 5folder 2
Dance Caprice, Op. 28 No. 3 by Edvard Grieg, 1902 series 4box 5folder 3
Ten Tempters 10. Little Maud Gavotte by Edwind Forest, 1903 series 4box 5folder 4
Old Christmas Carols, Traditional Melodies: First Set arr. by S. Archer Gibson, 1904 series 4box 5folder 5
Schubert's Serenade arranged by Liszt, 1906 series 4box 5folder 6
Selections from Balfe's Opera Bohemian Girl (arr. Cramer), 1906 series 4box 5folder 7
Six Little Pieces, No. 3: Gavotte by James H. Rogers, 1906 series 4box 5folder 8
The Red Mill: Selection by Victor Herbert (arr. Karl L. Hoschna), 1906 series 4box 5folder 9
Tuneful Piano Pieces Op. 17 no. 3: Happy Hearts by L. E. Orth, 1906 series 4box 5folder 10
Five Little Stories in Tone for Piano, Op. 8 No. 1: Rowing Song by Theodora Dutton, 1907 series 4box 5folder 11
Edelweiss Glide by F. E. Vanderbeck, 1908 series 4box 6folder 1
Indianola by S. R. Henry and D. Onivas, lyrics by Frank H. Warren, 1908 series 4box 6folder 2
On the Road to Mandalay by Oley Speaks, lyrics by Rudyard Kipling, 1908 series 4box 6folder 3
The Merry Widow by Franz Lehar (arr. Thaler), 1908 series 4box 6folder 4
Easy Pieces for the Piano Without Octaves: Flying Leaf Op. 123, No. 10 by Fritz Spindler, ca.1908 series 4box 6folder 5
Two Piano Pieces, No. 1: Étude Melodique by James H. Rogers, 1909 series 4box 6folder 6
Four Piano Pieces, No. 3: Gavotte by Minna D. Hill, 1910 series 4box 6folder 7
Honolulu Rag (Honolula Rag) by Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics by Harry Williams, 1910 series 4box 6folder 8
Waltzes, Op. 39 by Johannes Brahms, ed. Rafael Joseffy, 1910 series 4box 6folder 9
Drawing Room Pieces for the Piano: The Swan from Carnaval des Animaux by C. Saint-Seans, 1911 series 4box 6folder 10
Flower of Memory words and music by W. C. Howard, 1911 series 4box 6folder 11
Oh That Navajo Rag by Egberd Van Alstyne, lyrics by Harry Williams, 1911 series 4box 6folder 12
Selected Works for the Piano: Op. 39, No. 22: Song of the Lark by P. I. Tschaikowsky -- [small tears and tape on covers, heavily marked], ca.1911 series 4box 6folder 13
Just as the Ship Went Down by Bernie Adler and Sidney Gibson, 1912 series 4box 7folder 1
Naughty Cinderella: "I Love the Moon" words and music by Paul A. Rubens and E. Ray Goetz, 1912 series 4box 7folder 2
Six Early Pieces for Little Pianists, No. 2: The Swallow by Theodora Dutton, 1912 series 4box 7folder 3
High Jinks: "Something Seems Tingle-ingleing" by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Otto Hauerbach, 1913 series 4box 7folder 4
Sweethearts: Selection for Piano by Victor Herbert, lyrics by Robert B. Smith, 1913 series 4box 7folder 5
We Will Never Grow Old Dearie by E. Rollman, words by Lilie M. Burdette, 1913 series 4box 7folder 6
The Choir Rehearsal: "A Wonderful Thing" by Clare Kummer, 1914 series 4box 7folder 7
Mlle. Modiste: "Kiss Me Again" by Victor Herbert, lyrics by Henry Blossom, 1915 series 4box 7folder 8
Works for the Pianoforte: Waltzes, Valse No. 7, C# minor by Frederic Chopin, 1915 series 4box 7folder 9
Bring Me a Rose words and music by Charles Shisler, 1916 series 4box 7folder 10
Deep River arr. by William Arms Fisher, 1916 series 4box 7folder 11
European Favorites, 1. Second Mazurka by B. Godard, 1916 series 4box 7folder 12
Katinka: Selection for Piano Solo by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Otto Hauerbach, 1916 series 4box 7folder 13
You're In Love by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Otto Hauerbach and Edward Clark, 1916 series 4box 7folder 14
Eileen: Selection by Victor Herbert, lyrics by Henry Blossom, 1917 series 4box 7folder 15
Flo-Flo: "Good-bye Happy Days" by Silvio Hein, lyrics by Edward Paulton., 1917 series 4box 7folder 16
Flora Bella: "Give Me All of You" by Milton E. Schwarzwald, lyrics by Earl Carroll, 1917 series 4box 7folder 17
Going Up by Louis A. Hirsch, lyrics by Otto Harbach -- Contents: "The Tickle Toe"; "Going Up", 1917 series 4box 7folder 18
Hawaiian Butterfly by Billy Baskette and Joseph Santly, lyrics by George A. Little, 1917 series 4box 7folder 19
Instructive Compositions for the Piano: Minuet in G by L. van Beethoven., 1917 series 4box 7folder 20
Jack O'Lantern: "Wait Till the Cows Come Home" by Ivan Caryll, lyrics by Anne Caldwell and R. H. Burnside, 1917 series 4box 7folder 21
Leave it to Jane: "The Siren's Song" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse, 1917 series 4box 7folder 22
Liberty Bell by Halsey K. Mohr, lyrics by Joe Goodwin., 1917 series 4box 7folder 23
Maytime: "Will You Remember" by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Rida Johnson Young, 1917 series 4box 7folder 24
Oh Boy!: "Till the Clouds Roll By" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse, 1917 series 4box 7folder 25
Over There words and music by George M. Cohan, 1917 series 4box 7folder 26
Smiles by Lee S. Roberts, lyrics by J. Will Callahan, 1917 series 4box 7folder 27
The Rainbow Girl by Louis A. Hirsch, lyrics by Rennold Wolf -- Contents: "I'll Think of You"; "My Rainbow Girl", 1917 series 4box 7folder 28
After You've Gone words and music by Creamer and Layton, 1918 series 4box 7folder 29
Come On Papa words and music by Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby, 1918 series 4box 7folder 30
Dear Old Pal of Mine by Gitz Rice, lyrics by Harold Robè, 1918 series 4box 7folder 31
Dreams of Love by Charles H. Wagner, lyrics by Lillian Haddock, 1918 series 4box 7folder 32
Ev'rybody Shimmies Now by Joe Gold and Edmund J. Porray, lyrics by Eugene West, 1918 series 4box 7folder 33
Head Over Heels: "The Big Show" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf, 1918 series 4box 7folder 34
I Want a Doll by Harry Von Tilzer, lyrics by Ed Moran and Vincent Bryan, 1918 series 4box 7folder 35
Just a Little After Taps by W. B. Kernell, lyrics byRichard Fechheimer, 1918 series 4box 7folder 36
Kisses by Lynn Cowan, lyrics by Alex Sullivan, 1918 series 4box 7folder 37
Listen Lester: "Waiting" by Harold Orlob, lyrics by Harry L. Cort and George E. Stoddard, 1918 series 4box 7folder 38
Mickey by Neil Moret, lyrics by Harry Williams, 1918 series 4box 7folder 39
Oh Lady! Oh Lady!!: Selection by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse, 1918 series 4box 7folder 40
Oh Look!: "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" by Harry Carroll, lyrics by Joseph McCarthy, 1918 series 4box 7folder 41
Oh! Frenchy by Con Conrad, lyrics by Sam Ehrlich, 1918 series 4box 7folder 42
Oh, My Dear! by Louis A. Hirsch, lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse -- Contents: "I Wonder Whether"; "City of Dreams", 1918 series 4box 7folder 43
Passing Show of 1918 -- Contents: "On the Level You're a Little Devil" by Jean Schwartz, lyrics by Joe Young. "The Galli-Curci Rag" by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Harold Atteridge, 1918 series 4box 7folder 44
Patriotic War Editions -- Contents: "The Rose of No Man's Land" by James A. Brennan, lyrics by Jack Caddigan; "Ja-Da" words and music by Bob Carleton; "I'm So Glad My Momma Don't Know Where I'm At" words and music by Willie Toosweet, 1918 series 4box 7folder 45
Rip Van Winkle Slept with one Eye Open by Fred Fisher, lyrics by Alfred Bryan, 1918 series 4box 7folder 46
Sinbad, 1918 series 4box 7folder 47
"By the Honeysuckle Vine", words and music by Bud De Sylva and Al Jolson. [Loose cover, slightly discolored], 1918 series 4box 7folder 47item 1.0
"Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody", 1918 series 4box 7folder 47item 2.0
"Hello Central! Give Me No Man's Land," by Jean Schwartz, lyrics by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis. [Cover Art], 1918 series 4box 7folder 47item 3.0
"I'll Say She Does," by Bud De Sylva, Gus Kahn, and Al Jolson. [Cover Art], 1918 series 4box 7folder 47item 4.0
"A Thousand and One Arabian Nights" by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Harold Atteridge. [Cover Art], 1918 series 4box 7folder 47item 5.0
"Bagdad" by Al Jolson, lyrics by Harold Atteridge, 1918 series 4box 7folder 47item 6.0
Some Time: "Some Time" by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Rida Johnson Young, 1918 series 4box 7folder 48
Tackin' 'Em Down by Albert Gumble, lyrics by Bud De Sylva, 1918 series 4box 7folder 49
Take It From Me: "The Call of the Cosy Little Home" by Will R. Anderson, lyrics by Will B. Johnstone, 1918 series 4box 7folder 50
Tell That to the Marines by Jean Schwartz and Al Jolson, lyrics by Harold Atteridge, 1918 series 4box 7folder 51
That Soothing Serenade words and music by Harry De Costa, 1918 series 4box 7folder 52
Till We Met Again by Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Raymond B. Egan, 1918 series 4box 7folder 53
When You Come Back words and music by George M. Cohan, 1918 series 4box 7folder 54
You'll Find Old Dixieland in France by George W. Meyer, lyrics by Grant Clarke, 1918 series 4box 7folder 55
Ziegfeld Follies 1918 by Dave Stamper, lyrics by Gene Buck -- Contents: "Starlight"; "Garden of My Dreams"; "When I'm Looking at You", 1918 series 4box 7folder 56
A New Girl: "First Rose of Summer" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Anne Caldwell, 1919 series 4box 8folder 1
Alcoholic Blues by Albert Vontilzer, lyrics by Edward Laska, 1919 series 4box 8folder 2
Alexander's Band is Back in Dixieland by Albert Gumble, lyrics by Jack Yellen, 1919 series 4box 8folder 3
And He'd Say Oo-La La! Wee-Wee words and music by Harry Ruby and George Jessel, 1919 series 4box 8folder 4
Angel Face: "I Might be Your Once-in-a-While" by Victor Herbert, lyrics by Robert Smith, 1919 series 4box 8folder 5
Apple Blossoms by Fritz Kreisler and Victor Jacobi, lyrics by Wm. LeBaron -- Contents: "Nancy's Farewell"; "You Are Free"; "The Second Violin"; "I'm In Love"; "Little Girls Good Bye"; "Brothers", 1919 series 4box 8folder 6
Baltimore City College Song by Samuel Lesinsky, lyrics by Charles J. Levey., 1919 series 4box 8folder 7
Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me) words and music by Arthur N. Swanstone, Chas. R. McCarron, and Carey Morgan, 1919 series 4box 8folder 8
Buddies: "Darling I-" words and music by B. C. Hilliam, 1919 series 4box 8folder 9
Chong He Come from Hong Kong words and music by Harold Weeks, 1919 series 4box 8folder 10
Dear Heart by W. C. Polla and Willard Goldsmith, lyrics by Jean Lefavre, 1919 series 4box 8folder 11
East is West: "Chinese Lullaby" words and music by Robert Hood Bowers, 1919 series 4box 8folder 12
George White's Scandals of 1919: "At the Old Drug Store" by Albert Gumble, lyrics by Arthur J. Jackson, 1919 series 4box 8folder 13
Good Morning Judge: "I Was So Young" by George Gershwin, lyrics by I. Caesar and Al. Bryan, 1919 series 4box 8folder 14
Greenwich Village Follies by A. Baldwin Sloane, lyrics by Philip Bartholomae and John Murray Anderson -- Contents: "I Want a Daddy Who Will Rock Me to Sleep"; "My Little Javanese"; "Red, Red as a Rose", 1919 series 4box 8folder 15
How 'Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm (After They've Seen Paree?) by Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis, 1919 series 4box 8folder 16
In China by Otto Motzan, lyrics by A. J. Stasny, 1919 series 4box 8folder 17
Irene: "Alice Blue Gown" by Harry Tierney, lyrics by Joseph McCarthy, 1919 series 4box 8folder 18
Jazz Baby by M. K. Jerome, lyrics by Blance Merrill, 1919 series 4box 8folder 19
LaLa Lucille: "From Now On" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Arthur Jackson and B. G. De Sylva, 1919 series 4box 8folder 20
Little Blue Devil: "I'm So Sympathetic" by Harry Carroll, lyrics by Harold Atteridge, 1919 series 4box 8folder 21
Little Whopper: "'Round the Corner" by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Bide Dudley, 1919 series 4box 8folder 22
Look Who's Here by Silvio Heim lyrics by Frank Mandel and Edward Paulton -- Contents: "I'll make Bubbles"; "Love", 1919 series 4box 8folder 23
Love Sends A Little Gift of Roses by John Openshaw, lyrics by Leslie Cooke, 1919 series 4box 8folder 24
Mammy O' Mine by Maceo Pinkard, lyrics by Wm. Tracey, 1919 series 4box 8folder 25
Molly Malone by Chris Schonberg, lyrics by Hale N. Byers, 1919 series 4box 8folder 26
Monsieur Beaucaire by André Messager, lyrics by Adrian Ross -- "We Are Not Speaking Now"; "Red Rose"; "Philomel", 1919 series 4box 8folder 27
Monte Cristo Jr. by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwarts, lyrics by Harold Atteridge -- Contents: "Monte Cristo"; "Sahara", 1919 series 4box 8folder 28
Nobody Knows words and music by Irving Berlin, 1919 series 4box 8folder 29
Nothing But Love: Ask the Stars by Harold Orlob, lyrics by Frank Stammers, 1919 series 4box 8folder 30
On Miami Shore by Victor Jacobi, lyrics by William Le Baron, 1919 series 4box 8folder 31
Royal Vagabond: "Love is Love" by Anselm Goetzl, lyrics by William Cary Duncan, 1919 series 4box 8folder 32
See-Saw by Louis A. Hirsch, lyrics by Derr Biggers -- "When Two Hearts Discover"; "See-Saw", 1919 series 4box 8folder 33
Somebody's Waiting for Someone by Harry Von Tilzer lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling, 1919 series 4box 8folder 34
Son-Daughter: "Who Comes In My Garden?" by Anselm Goetzl, lyrics by David Belasco, 1919 series 4box 8folder 35
Take Me to the Land of Jazz by Pete Wendling, lyrics by Edgar Leslie and Bert Kalmar, 1919 series 4box 8folder 36
Tell Me by Max Kortlander, lyrics by J. Will Callahan, 1919 series 4box 8folder 37
There's a lot of Blue-Eyed-Marys down in Maryland by George W. Meyer, lyrics by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager, 1919 series 4box 8folder 38
Vamp: Selection words and music by Byron Gay., 1919 series 4box 8folder 39
World is Waiting for the Sunrise by Ernest Seitz, lyrics by Eugene Lockhart., 1919 series 4box 8folder 40
You're a Million Miles From Nowhere by Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, 1919 series 4box 8folder 41
Ziegfeld Follies of 1919 -- Contents: "A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody"; "Mandy" words and music by Irving Berlin; "My Baby's Arms" by Harry Tierney, lyrics by Joseph McCarthy; "Tulip Time" by Dave Stamper, lyrics by Gene Buck, 1919 series 4box 8folder 42
Afgar: "Why Don't You?" by Harry Tierney, lyrics by Joseph McCarthy, 1920 series 4box 9folder 1
As You Were: "If You Could Care" by Herman Darewski, lyrics by Arthur Wimperis, 1920 series 4box 9folder 2
Charm School: "When I Discover My Man" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Alice Duer Miller, 1920 series 4box 9folder 3
Cinderella on Broadway: The Last Waltz I Had With You by Bert Grant, lyrics by Harold Atteridge, 1920 series 4box 9folder 4
Coral Sea by Herb Brown, lyrics by King Zany, 1920 series 4box 9folder 5
Crocodile by Harry Akst and Otto Motzan, lyrics by Howard E. Rogers, 1920 series 4box 9folder 6
Cuban Moon by Norman Spencer, lyrics by Joe McKiernan, 1920 series 4box 9folder 7
Dear Me: "Dear Me" by John Golden, lyrics by Grace La Rue, 1920 series 4box 9folder 8
Erminie: "Lullaby" by Ed. Jakobowski, lyrics by Claxson Bellamy and Harry Paulton, new version by Irving Caesar, 1920 series 4box 9folder 9
Good Times: "Hello Imagination" by Raymond Hubbell, lyrics by R. H. Burnside, 1920 series 4box 9folder 10
Greenwich Village Follies: "When My Baby Smiles At Me" by Bill Munro, lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling and Ted Lewis, 1920 series 4box 9folder 11
Half Moon by Victor Jacobi, lyrics by Wm. Le Baron -- Contents: "Half Moon"; "Serenade"; "Deep in Your Eyes"; "The Little Book"; "The Girls Along Fifth Avenue", 1920 series 4box 9folder 12
Her Family Tree words and music by Seymour Simons -- Contents:"I Love You"; "The Gold Diggers"; "No Other Girl"; "Ouija Board", 1920 series 4box 9folder 13
Hitchy Koo: "Buggy Riding" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Anne Caldwell, 1920 series 4box 9folder 14
Humming words and music by Louis Breau and Ray Henderson, 1920 series 4box 9folder 15
I'll be with You in Apple Blossom Time by Albert von Tilzer, Lyrics by Neville Fleeson, 1920 series 4box 9folder 16
In Sweet September by James V. Monaco, lyrics by Edgar Leslie and Pete Wendling, 1920 series 4box 9folder 17
Jimmie by Herbert Stothart, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein -- Contents: "Cute Little Two by Four"; "Jimmie", 1920 series 4box 9folder 18
June Love by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Brian Hooker -- Contents: "Somebody Like You"; "Dear Love, My Love", 1920 series 4box 9folder 19
Lady Billy by Harold Levey, lyrics by Zelda Sears -- Contents: "A Vision"; "The Legend"; "Good-Bye"; "Just Plant a Kiss", 1920 series 4box 9folder 20
Lassie by Hugo Felix, lyrics by Catherine Chisholm Cushing -- Contents: "Echo"; "Boo Hoo", 1920 series 4box 9folder 21
Mary by Louis A. Hirsch, lyrics by Otto Harbach -- Contents: "The Love Nest"; "Mary", 1920 series 4box 9folder 22
My Rose of Yesterday by Joe Murphy, lyrics by Jack Needham, 1920 series 4box 9folder 23
New Dictator by Silvio Hein, lyrics by Frank Craven -- Contents: "Just Say Good-bye"; "Ocean Blues", 1920 series 4box 9folder 24
Night Boat -- Contents: "Good Night Boat" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Anne Caldwell and Frank Craven; "Left All Alone Again Blues"; "Whose Baby Are You?"; "Don't You Want to Take Me?"; "I'd Like a Lighthouse"; "A Heart for Sale" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Anne Caldwell, 1920 series 4box 9folder 25
Oui Madame: "Where Were You?" by Victor Herbert, lyrics by Robert B. Smith, 1920 series 4box 9folder 26
Palesteena words and music by Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson, 1920 series 4box 9folder 27
Pitter-Patter music and lyrics by William B. Friedlander -- Contents: "Pitter-Patter"; "Bagdad on the Subway"; "I Saved a Waltz for You", 1920 series 4box 9folder 28
Poor Little Ritz Girl by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Alex Gerber -- Contents: "Pretty Ming Toy"; "When I Found You", 1920 series 4box 9folder 29
Sally -- Contents: "Look for the Silver Lining"; "Whip-poo-will" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Bud De Sylva; "Wild Rose"; "The Schnitza-Komisski" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Clifford Grey, 1920 series 4box 9folder 30
Satires of 1920: "The Love A Gypsy Knows" words and music by Fanchon and Marco, 1920 series 4box 9folder 31
Sweetheart Shop: "Waiting for the Sun to Come Out" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Arthur Francis, 1920 series 4box 9folder 32
Tickle Me: "If a Wish Could Make it So" by Herbert Stothart, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein, 1920 series 4box 9folder 33
What's In A Name?: "A Young Man's Fancy" by Milton Ager, lyrics by John Murray Anderson and Jack Yellen, 1920 series 4box 9folder 34
Ziegfeld Follies of 1920 -- Contents: "All She'd Say Was Umh-Hum" words and music by Mac Emery, King Zany, Van and Schenck;"Hold Me" by Art Hickman, Ben Black;"Sunshine and Shadows" by Gene Buck, Dave Stamper;"The Girls of My Dreams";"Bells";"Tell Me Little Gypsy" by Irving Berlin, 1920 series 4box 9folder 35
Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic: "Rose of Washington Square" by James F. Hanley, lyrics by Ballard Macdonald, 1920 series 4box 9folder 36
A Dangerous Maid: "Just to Know You are Mine" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Arthur Francis, 1921 series 4box 10folder 1
Bimini Bay by Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Gus Kahn and Raymond B. Egan, 1921 series 4box 10folder 2
Blossom Time: "Song of Love"by Sigmund Romberg, adapted melodies from Franz Schubert and Heinrich Berte, 1921 series 4box 10folder 3
Bombo: "In Old Grenada" by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Harold Atteridge, 1921 series 4box 10folder 4
George White's Scandals: "Drifting Along with the Tide" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Arthur Jackson, 1921 series 4box 10folder 5
Good Morning Dearie by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Anne Caldwell; 5. Selection by Jerome Kern -- Contents: "Didn't You Believe"; "Ka-lu-a"; "Blue Danube Blues"; "Niagara Falls", 1921 series 4box 10folder 6
Greenwich Village Follies, 1921 by Carey Morgan, lyrics by John Murray Anderson and Arthur Swanstrom -- Contents: "Snow Flake"; "That Reminiscent Melody", 1921 series 4box 10folder 7
In a Boat (for Two) by Arthur Lange, Licco Liggy, and Ernest Klapholz, lyrics by Herman Ruby, 1921 series 4box 10folder 8
Irving Berlin's Music Box Revue words and music by Irving Berlin -- Contents: "They Call It Dancing"; "Behind the Fan"; "Say it with Music"; "Everybody Step", 1921 series 4box 10folder 9
Last Waltz -- Contents: "A Baby in Love" by Alfred Goodman and R. Benatzky, lyrics by Harold Atteridge; "The Last Waltz"; "Now Fades My Golden Love Dream" by Oscar Straus (arr. George F. Bauer), lyrics by Edward Delaney Dunn, 1921 series 4box 10folder 10
Lily Dale: "Mother's Wedding Dress" by Harry Tierney, lyrics by Joseph McCarthy, 1921 series 4box 10folder 11
Love Letter by Victor Jacobi, lyrics by Wm. Le Baron -- Contents: "I'll Return for You"; "We Were In Love"; "I'll Say I Love You"; "Dreaming", 1921 series 4box 10folder 12
O'Brien Girl by Louis A. Hirsch, lyrics by Otto Harbach -- Contents: "Learn to Smile"; "The Conversation Step", 1921 series 4box 10folder 13
Rebecca Came Back from Mecca words and music by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby, 1921 series 4box 10folder 14
Shuffle Along: "Love Will Find A Way" words and music by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake, 1921 series 4box 10folder 15
Sonny: "Sonny" by Raymond Hubbell, lyrics by Geo. V. Hobart, 1921 series 4box 10folder 16
Tangerine -- Contents: "Love is a Business" by Carlo-Sanders; "The Voice at the End of the Line" by Carlo-Sanders and Carle Carlton; "Man is the Lord of it All" by Jean Schwartz, all lyrics by Howard Johnson, 1921 series 4box 10folder 17
Town Gossip by Harold Orlob, lyrics by Geo. E. Stoddard and Ned Wayburn -- Contents: "I Have Something Nice"; "Just Like the Sunshine", 1921 series 4box 10folder 18
Two Little Girls in Blue -- Contents: "Dolly" by Vincent Youmans, lyrics by Arthur Francis and Schuyler Greene; "Who's Who With You"; "Oh Me! Oh My!" by Vincent Youmans, lyrics by Arthur Francis, 1921 series 4box 10folder 19
Ziegfeld Follies of 1921--Contents: "Everytime I Hear a Band Play"; "Bring Back My Blushing Rose"; "Two Lovely Lying Eyes" by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Gene Buck -- "Raggedy Rag"; "Sally, Won't You Come Back?" by Dave Stamper, lyrics by Gene Buck; "I Know" by James Monaco, lyrics by Grant Clarke; "Second Hand Rose" by James Hanley, lyrics by Grant Clarke, 1921 series 4box 10folder 20
Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic: "Gondolier" by Dave Stamper, lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, 1921 series 4box 10folder 21
Ziegfeld New Midnight Frolic: "Violet Ray" words and by Gene Buck and Dave Stamper, 1921 series 4box 10folder 22
Andre Charlo's Revue of 1924: "Limehouse Blues" by Philip Braham, lyrics by Douglas Furber, 1922 series 4box 10folder 23
Blue Kitten: "Cutie" by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Otto Harbach, 1922 series 4box 10folder 24
Blushing Bride: "Rosy-Posy" by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Cyrus Wood, 1922 series 4box 10folder 25
Clinging Vine by Harold Levey, lyrics by Zelda Sears -- Contents: "Once Upon a Time"; " The Clinging Vine", 1922 series 4box 10folder 26
Daffy Dill: "I'll Build a Bungalow" by Herbert Stothart, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, 1922 series 4box 10folder 27
George White's Scandals: "I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise" by George Gershwin, lyrics by B. G. De Sylva and Arthur Francis, 1922 series 4box 10folder 28
Greenwich Village Follies: "Sweetheart Lane" by Louis A. Hirsch, lyrics by Irving Caesar and John Murray Anderson, 1922 series 4box 10folder 29
Irving Berlin's Music Box Revue words and music by Irving Berlin -- Contents: "Pack Up Your Sins and Go to the Devil"; "Lady of the Evening", 1922 series 4box 10folder 30
Lefty Pepper: "Ray of Sunshine" by Werner Janssen, lyrics by Leo Wood and Irving Bibo, 1922 series 4box 10folder 31
Little Nellie Kelly words and music by George M. Cohan -- Contents: "Nellie Kelly I Love You"; "You Remind Me of My Mother", 1922 series 4box 10folder 32
Marjolaine -- Contents: "Cuddle Up Together"; "Marjolaine"; by Hugo Felix, lyrics by Brian Hooker; "I Want You"(1920) by Hugo Felix, lyrics by Anne Caldwell, 1922 series 4box 10folder 33
Orange Blossoms: "A Kiss in the Dark" by Victor Herbert, lyrics by B. G. de Sylva, 1922 series 4box 10folder 34
Parade of the Wooden Soldiers by Leon Jessel, lyrics uncredited, 1922 series 4box 10folder 35
Springtime of Youth by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Cyrus Wood -- Contents: "Just Like a Doll"; "Starlight of Hope", 1922 series 4box 10folder 36
The Rose of Stamboul: "Lovey Dove" by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Harold Atteridge, 1922 series 4box 10folder 37
The Yankee Princess by Emmerich Kalman, lyrics by B. G. De Sylva -- Contents: "I Still Can Dream"; "My Bajadere"; "In the Starlight", 1922 series 4box 10folder 38
Ziegfeld Follies of 1922 -- Contents: "It's Getting Dark on Old Broadway"; "Weaving My Dreams"; "My Rambler Rose"; "List'ning on Some Radio"; "Sunny South"; "'Neath the South Sea Moon" by Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamper, "Weaving" by Victor Herbert, all lyrics by Gene Buck, 1922 series 4box 10folder 39
Ziegfeld New Midnight Frolic: "Lovelight" words and music by Gene Buck and Dave Stamper, 1922 series 4box 10folder 40
Artists and Models -- Contents:"Some How" by Alfred Goodman, lyrics by Cyrus Wood; "Music of Love" by Jean Schwartz, lyrics by Cyrus Wood, 1923 series 4box 11folder 1
Chansonnette by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Dailey Paskman and Sigmund Spaeth, 1923 series 4box 11folder 2
Charlot's Revue of 1926 words and music by Noel Coward -- Contents:"Russian Blues; 2. Poor Little Rich Girl (1925), 1923 series 4box 11folder 3
Earl Carroll's Vanities of 1923: "Pretty Peggy" words and music by Earl Carroll, 1923 series 4box 11folder 4
Greenwich Village Follies: "Moonlight Kisses" by Con Conrad, lyrics by Irving Caesar and John Murray Anderson, 1923 series 4box 11folder 5
Helen of Troy, New York: "Nijigo Novgo" words and music by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby, 1923 series 4box 11folder 6
Irving Berlin's Music Box Revue words and music by Irving Berlin -- Contents: "The Waltz of Long Ago"; "Little Butterfly"; "Tell Me a Bedtime Story"; "An Orange Grove in California", 1923 series 4box 11folder 7
Kid Boots: "Someone Loves You After All" by Harry Tierney, lyrics by Joesph McCarthy, 1923 series 4box 11folder 8
Little Jessie James: "I Love You" by Harry Archer, lyrics by Harlan Thompson, 1923 series 4box 11folder 9
Little Miss Bluebeard -- Contens: "So This is Love" words and music by E. Ray Goetz; "The Gondola and the Girl" by Paul A. Rubens, lyrics by Percy Graham Paul and E. Ray Goetz; "I Won't Say I Will" by George Gershwin, words by B. G. De Sylva and Arthur Francis, 1923 series 4box 11folder 10
Lollipop: "Honey-Bun" by Vincent Youmans, lyrics by Zelda Sears, 1923 series 4box 11folder 11
Magic Ring: "A Love Song" by Harold Levey, lyrics by Zelda Sears, 1923 series 4box 11folder 12
Mary Jane McKane: "Toodle-oo" by Vincent Youmans, lyrics by Wm. Carey Duncan and Oscar Hammerstein, 1923 series 4box 11folder 13
My Sweeite Went Away words and music by Roy Turk and Lou Handman, 1923 series 4box 11folder 14
Poppy: "What Do You Do Sunday, Mary?" by Stephen Jones, lyrics by Irving Caesar, 1923 series 4box 11folder 15
Prelude Pathetique for Piano by Shura Cherkassky, 1923 series 4box 11folder 16
Rise of Rosie O'Reilly: "When June Come Along With a Song" words and music by George M. Cohan, 1923 series 4box 11folder 17
Sleep words and music by Earl Lebieg, 1923 series 4box 11folder 18
Stepping Stones: "Raggedy Ann" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Anne Caldwell, 1923 series 4box 11folder 19
That Red Head Girl words and music by Van and Schenck and Henry Lodge, 1923 series 4box 11folder 20
Waltzes: Set One, Eight Waltzes by Franz Schubert (ed. Guy Maier)., 1923 series 4box 11folder 21
Wildflower by Vincent Youmans and Herbert Stothart, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein -- Contents: "Bambalina"; "Wild Flower", 1923 series 4box 11folder 22
Ziegfeld Follies of 1923: "Shake Your Feet" by Victor Herbert, lyrics by Gene Buck, 1923 series 4box 11folder 23
Ziegfeld Follies: "Take, Oh Take Those Lips Away" by Harry Tierney, lyrics by Joseph McCarthy, 1923 series 4box 11folder 24
Annie: "Slither, Slither" words and music by Clare Kummer, 1924 series 4box 11folder 25
Bagdad by Milton Ager, lyrics by Jack Yellen, 1924 series 4box 11folder 26
Big Boy: "Keep Smiling At Trouble" by Lewis Gensler, lyrics by Al Jolson and B. G. De Sylva, 1924 series 4box 11folder 27
Chauve Souris: "O, Katharina!" by Richard Fall, lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert, 1924 series 4box 11folder 28
Dixie to Broadway: "Mandy Make Up Your Mind" by Geo. W. Meyer and Arthur Johnston, lyrics by Grant Clarke and Roy Turk, 1924 series 4box 11folder 29
Dream Girl by Victor Herbert, lyrics by Rida Johnson Young -- Contents: "If Somebody Only Would Find Me"; "My Dream Girl", 1924 series 4box 11folder 30
George White's Scandals -- "Somebody Loves Me"; "Year After Year"; "Night Time an Araby" by George Gershwin, lyrics by B. G. De Sylva and Ballard McDonald, 1924 series 4box 11folder 31
In Bamville: "Dixie Moon" words and music by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake, 1924 series 4box 11folder 32
Irving Berlin's Music Box Revue words and music by Irving Berlin -- Contents: "Tell Her in the Springtime"; "Listening", 1924 series 4box 11folder 33
Keep Kool: "By the Shalimar" by Jack Frost, lyrics by Paul Gerard Smith, 1924 series 4box 11folder 34
Lady, Be Good by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin -- Contents: "Oh Lady Be Good"; "So Am I", 1924 series 4box 11folder 35
Magnolia Lady: "Tiger Lily Lou" by Harold Levey, lyrics by Anne Caldwell, 1924 series 4box 11folder 36
Moonlight: "On Such a Night" by Con Conrad, lyrics by Wm. B. Friedlander., 1924 series 4box 11folder 37
No No Nanette by Vincent Youmans, lyrics by Irving Caesar -- Contents: "I Want to be Happy"; "Tea for Two", 1924 series 4box 11folder 38
Rose-Marie by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein -- Contents: "Rose Marie"; "Indian Love Call"; "Totem Tom Tom", 1924 series 4box 11folder 39
Strike Up the Band: The Man I Love by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, 1924 series 4box 11folder 40
Student Prince by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly -- Contents: "Deep in My Heart Dear"; "Serenade", 1924 series 4box 11folder 41
Top Hole: "You Must Come Over" Eyes by Jay Gorney, lyrics by Owen Murphy, 1924 series 4box 11folder 42
Ziegfeld Follies of 1924: Biminy by Raymond Hubbell, lyrics by Gene Buck, 1924 series 4box 11folder 43
Alabamy Bound by Ray Henderson, lyrics by Bud De Sylva and Bud Green, 1925 series 4box 11folder 44
Charles Street Cowboy words and music by Leonard E. "Banjo Baby" Trout, 1925 series 4box 11folder 45
Just a Cottage Small by James F. Hanley, lyrics by B. G. De Sylva, 1925 series 4box 11folder 46
Louie the 14th by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Arthur Wimperis -- Contents: "Little Peach"; "Homeland"; "True Hearts", 1925 series 4box 11folder 47
Love Song: "Love Song" (Remember Me) by Ed. Künneke, lyrics by Harry B. Smith, 1925 series 4box 11folder 48
Remember words and music by Irving Berlin, 1925 series 4box 11folder 49
Song of the Flame -- Contents: "Song of the Flame" by Herbert Stothart and George Gershwin, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein; "Wander Away" by Herbert Stothart, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein, 1925 series 4box 11folder 50
Sunny: Who? by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein, 1925 series 4box 11folder 51
Tip-Toes: "That Certain Feeling" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, 1925 series 4box 11folder 52
Vagabond King by Rudolf Friml, lyrics by Brian Hooker -- Contents: "Some Day"; "Only A Rose", 1925 series 4box 11folder 53
Desert Song: "The Desert Song" by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein, 1926 series 4box 12folder 1
George White's Scandals -- Contents: "The Birth of the Blues"; "Lucky Day"; "Black Bottom" by Ray Henderson, lyrics by B. G. De Sylva and Lew Brown, 1926 series 4box 12folder 2
Girl Friend: The Girl Friend by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, 1926 series 4box 12folder 3
Moonlight on the Ganges by Sherman Myers, lyrics by Chester Wallace, 1926 series 4box 12folder 4
Oh, Kay! -- Contents: "Do-Do-Do"; "Someone to Watch Over Me" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, 1926 series 4box 12folder 5
Peggy-Ann: "Where's that Rainbow?" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, 1926 series 4box 12folder 6
Queen High: "Cross Your Heart" by Lewis E. Gensler, lyrics by B. G. De Sylva, 1926 series 4box 12folder 7
Rio Rita by Harry Tierney, lyrics by Joseph McCarthy -- Contents: "Rio Rita"; "Following the Sun Around"; "The Kinkajou", 1926 series 4box 12folder 8
Connecticut Yankee: "My Heart Stood Still" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, 1927 series 4box 12folder 9
Good News! words and music by B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson -- Contents: "Good News"; "The Varsity Drag"; "The Best Things in Life Are Free"; "Lucky in Love", 1927 series 4box 12folder 10
Hit the Deck -- Contents: "An Armful of You"; "Hallelujah" by Vincent Youmans, lyrics by Leo Robin and Clifford Grey; "Sometimes I'm Happy" by Vincent Youmans, lyrics by Irving Ceasar; Selection by Vincent Youmans, arr. Hans Spialek, 1927 series 4box 12folder 11
Manhattan Mary by Ray Henderson, lyrics by B. G. De Sylva and Lew Brown -- "Broadway"; "Manhattan Mary", 1927 series 4box 12folder 12
Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin, 1927 series 4box 12folder 13
She's My Baby: "You're What I Need" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, 1927 series 4box 12folder 14
Show Boat by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein -- Contents: "Ol' Man River"; Selection by Jerome Kern, 1927 series 4box 12folder 15
Ziegfeld Follies of 1927: "Ooh, Maybe It's You" words and music by Irving Berlin, 1927 series 4box 12folder 16
Follow Thru words and music by B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson -- Contents: "I Want to Be Bad"; "My Lucky Star"; "Button Up Your Overcoat"; "I Could Give Up Anything But You", 1928 series 4box 12folder 17
New Moon by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein -- Contents: "Wanting You"; "Lover Come Back To Me", 1928 series 4box 12folder 18
Rosalie: "Say So!" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin and P. G. Wodehouse, 1928 series 4box 12folder 19
This Year of Grace words and music by Noel Coward -- Contents: "Try to Learn to Love"; "A Room With a View", 1928 series 4box 12folder 20
Bitter Sweet: "I'll See You Again" words and music by Noel Coward, 1929 series 4box 12folder 21
Little Show -- Contents: "Moanin' Low" by Ralph Rainger, lyrics by Howard Dietz; "Or What Have You?" by Morris Hamilton, lyrics by Grace Henry, 1929 series 4box 12folder 22
Sweet Adeline by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein -- Contents: "Don't Ever Leave Me"; "Here Am I"; "Why Was I Born", 1929 series 4box 12folder 23
Ziegfeld Show Girl -- Contents: "Do What You Do!"; "So Are You!"; "Liza" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin and Gus Kahn, 1929 series 4box 12folder 24
Flying High: "Thank Your Father" words and music by B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson, 1930 series 4box 13folder 1
Girl Crazy: Selection by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin., 1930 series 4box 13folder 2
Time on My Hands by Vincent Youmans, lyrics by Harold Adamson and Mack Gordon, 1930 series 4box 13folder 3
America's Sweetheart: "I've Got Five Dollars" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, 1931 series 4box 13folder 4
Babies Blossom Down in Dixie Doodle Dandy by Earl Whittemore, lyrics by Alice May Youse, 1931 series 4box 13folder 5
Band Wagon: "Dancing in the Dark" by Arthur Schwartz, lyrics by Howard Dietz, 1931 series 4box 13folder 6
The Cat and the Fiddle by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Otto Harbach -- Contents: "She Didn't Say 'Yes' "; Selection, 1931 series 4box 13folder 7
George White's Scandals: "That's Why Darkies Were Born" words and music by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson, 1931 series 4box 13folder 8
Of Thee I Sing: "Who Cares?" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, 1931 series 4box 13folder 9
Bow Bells: "You're Blasé" by Ord Hamilton, lyrics by Bruce Sievier, 1932 series 4box 13folder 10
Gay Divorce: "Night and Day" words and music by Cole Porter, 1932 series 4box 13folder 11
Music in the Air: "I've Told Ev'ry Little Star" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, 1932 series 4box 13folder 12
As Thousands Cheer: "Easter Parade" words and music by Irving Berlin, 1933 series 4box 13folder 13
Let 'Em Eat Cake: "Mine" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, 1933 series 4box 13folder 14
Roberta by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Otto Harbach -- Contents: "Yesterdays"; "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", 1933 series 4box 13folder 15
Anything Goes words and music by Cole Porter -- Contents: "All Through the Night"; "You're the Top", 1934 series 4box 13folder 16
Porgy and Bess -- Contents: "Summertime" by George Gershwin, lyrics by Du Bose Heyward; "I Got Plenty O' Nuttin' " by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin and Du Bose Heyward, 1935 series 4box 13folder 17
Born to Dance: "I've Got You Under My Skin" words and music by Cole Porter, 1936 series 4box 13folder 18
Swing Time: "The Way You Look To-night" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Dorothy Fields, 1936 series 4box 13folder 19
Between the Devil: "I See Your Face Before Me" by Arthur Schwartz, lyrics by Howard Dietz, 1937 series 4box 13folder 20
I'd Rather be Right: "Have You Met Miss Jones?" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, 1937 series 4box 13folder 21
Boys from Syracuse: "This Can't be Love" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, 1938 series 4box 13folder 22
I Married an Angel: "I Married an Angel" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, 1938 series 4box 13folder 23
September Song by Kurt Weill, lyrics by Maxwell Anderson., 1938 series 4box 13folder 24
You Never Know words and music by Cole Porter -- Contents: "From Alpha to Omega"; "At Long Last Love", 1938 series 4box 13folder 25
Du Barry was a Lady: "Do I Love You?" words and music by Cole Porter, 1939 series 4box 13folder 26
Piano Transcriptions In Early Grades: Tales from the Vienna Woods by Johann Strauss (arr. Stanford King)., 1939 series 4box 13folder 27
Stars in Your Eyes: "This Is It" by Arthur Schwartz, lyrics by Dorothy Fields, 1939 series 4box 13folder 28
Too Many Girls: "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart, 1939 series 4box 13folder 29
Very Warm for May: "All the Things You Are" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, 1939 series 4box 13folder 30
Louisiana Purchace: "You're Lonely and I'm Lonely" words and music by Irving Berlin, 1940 series 4box 13folder 31
Pal Joey by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart -- Contents: "I Could Write a Book"; "Bewitched", 1940 series 4box 14folder 1
Any Bonds Today? words and music by Irving Berlin, 1941 series 4box 14folder 2
Babes on Broadway: "How About You?" by Burton Lane, lyrics by Ralph Freed, 1941 series 4box 14folder 3
Best Foot Forward words and music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane -- Contents: "Ev'ry Time"; "Buckle Down, Winsocki", 1941 series 4box 14folder 4
Lady in the Dark: "My Ship" by Kurt Weill, lyrics by Ira Gershiwin, 1941 series 4box 14folder 5
Let's Face It: "Ev'rything I Love" words and music by Cole Porter, 1941 series 4box 14folder 6
By Jupiter: "Ev'rything I've Got" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Lorenz Hart., 1942 series 4box 14folder 7
Something for the Boys: "Could it be You" words and music by Cole Porter, 1942 series 4box 14folder 8
This is the Army words and music by Irving Berlin -- Contents: "With my Head in the Clouds"; "This is the Army, Mister Jones"; "I Left my Heart at the Stage Door Canteen"; "I'm Getting Tired so I can Sleep", 1942 series 4box 14folder 9
Wedding March by Mendelssohn (arr. Walter Rolfe), 1942 series 4box 14folder 10
Mairzy Doats words and music by Milton Drake, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston, 1943 series 4box 14folder 11
Oklahoma! by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein -- Contents: "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'"; "People Will Say We're in Love"; "The Surrey with the Fringe on Top", 1943 series 4box 14folder 12
Bloomer Girl: "Evelina" by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E. Y. Harburg, 1944 series 4box 14folder 13
Can't Help Singing: "More and More" by Jerome Kern, lyrics by E. Y. Harburg, 1944 series 4box 14folder 14
Song of Norway: "Strange Music" by Edvard Grieg, arrangement and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest, 1944 series 4box 14folder 15
Up in Central Park: "Close as Pages in a Book" by Sigmund Romberg, lyrics by Dorothy Fields, 1944 series 4box 14folder 16
Carousel by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein -- Contents: "If I Loved You"; "What's the Use of Wond'rin'"; "June is Bustin' out all Over", 1945 series 4box 14folder 17
Polonaise by Frederic Chopin (arr. Maxwell Eckstein), 1945 series 4box 14folder 18
State Fair: "It Might as Well Be Spring" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, 1945 series 4box 14folder 19
Annie Get Your Gun words and music by Irving Berlin -- Contents: "The Girl that I Marry"; "They Say It's Wonderful"; "There's No Business like Show Business", 1946 series 4box 14folder 20
Old Lamp-Lighter by Nat Simon, lyrics by Charles Tobias, 1946 series 4box 14folder 21
Allegro: "So Far" by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, 1947 series 4box 14folder 22
Brigadoon by Frederick Lowe, lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner -- Contents: "The Heather on the Hill"; "Almost Like Being in Love", 1947 series 4box 14folder 23
High Button Shoes: "Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?" words and music by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne, 1947 series 4box 14folder 24
Kiss Me Kate: "So In Love" words and music by Cole Porter, 1948 series 4box 14folder 25
Love Life: "Here I'll Stay" by Kurt Weill, lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, 1948 series 4box 14folder 26
South Pacific by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein -- Contents: "Some Enchanted Evening"; "A Wonderful Guy", 1949 series 4box 14folder 27
No Cover Charge -- Contents: "The Illusion is You" by Pete Katz, lyrics by Howard Nemerovski; "No Cover Charge"; "Can't Help Falling in Love" by Paul McDonough, lyrics by Roger Cole; "You Just You" words and music by Paul McDonough, 1952 series 4box 14folder 28
Can-Can words and music by Cole Porter. -- Contents: "C'est Magnifique"; "I Love Paris", 1953 series 4box 14folder 29
Me and Juliet by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein -- Contents: "Keep It Gay"; "No Other Love"; "Marriage Type Love", 1953 series 4box 14folder 30
High Spirits: Vocal Selections by Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray. [cover Art, one booklet] -- Contents: "Forever and a Day"; "I Know Your Heart"; "If I Gave You"; "Something Tells Me"; "Was She Prettier Than I?"; "You'd Better Love Me", 1964 series 4box 14folder 31
Celebrated Pieces for the Piano by the Old Masters: Rondo in C Op 51 No. 1 by L. van Beethoven, undated series 4box 15folder 1
Compositions for Pianoforte, Op. 45 No. 2: L'Avalance, Etude by Stephen Heller, undated series 4box 15folder 2
Elementary Studies, Op. 176 by J. B. Duvernoy, undated series 4box 15folder 3
Original Works and Transcriptions for the Piano: Liebesträume No. 3 in A-flat by Franz Liszt, undated series 4box 15folder 4
Sonatas for the Piano, No. 7: Allegro con Brio by Jos. Haydn, undated series 4box 15folder 5
Sonatas for the Pianoforte: Sonata IV by W. A. Mozart, undated series 4box 15folder 6
Standard Compositions for Pianoforte: Saltarelle Caprice Op. 135 by Theo Lack, undated series 4box 15folder 7
Valse Triste from Kuolema by Jean Sibelius, undated series 4box 15folder 8
Works for the Pianoforte: Sonata No. 2 in B Flat Minor by Frederic Chopin, undated series 4box 15folder 9

Series 5: Miscellaneous, 1919-1929 (2 Folders)

This series contains one photograph and several item found in sheet music, including a letter regarding Mr. Eisenhard's play "Partners." These items are not arranged in any particular order.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Items found in sheet music, undated series 5box 1folder 1
PTA memo found with Ditson edition of Beyer School for the Piano, undated series 5box 1folder 1item 1.0
Lyrics to 1920 Baltimore City College Class Song found with BCC song 1919, undated series 5box 1folder 1item 2.0
Cover of "In Songful Mood Songs" by Brahms and Roberts Franz, undated series 5box 1folder 1item 3.0
Handmade booklet titled "Chi Chin Chow" with music and words to "Any Time's Kissing Time", undated series 5box 1folder 1item 4.0
Letter from Century Play Company to Eisenhardt regarding his play "Partners" with suggestions for publication, February 6, 1929 series 5box 1folder 1item 5.0
Photograph- "To Charles H. Eisenhardt, Best Wishes Always, Fredric March", undated series 5box 1folder 2

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