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Melville, NY: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, 1977. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled wraps, very good condition; wraps with subtitle: "Featuring songs written and performed by Bert Williams, Bob Cole / J. Rosamond Johnson, Luckey Roberts, James Weldon Johnson / James Reese Europe / and others.
New York: Treasure Chest Publications, 1936. 48p., 6.5x9 inches, illustrated with small cartoons, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps with previous owner's name, Earl H. Regnier, [Professor of Rural Recreation (1935-72)] written or rubberstamped across the cover titling. Music and lyrics of songs.
San Francisco: Hearst Corporation, 1897. 4p. sheet music, 10.5x14 inches, even toning, otherwise very good, illustrated with a color drawing of a well-dressed African American couple. “I sends da lady flowers, an’ I’se gwine to claim her hand / shouted the new Darktown bully in a sassy tone / An’.....
Delaware Water Gap, PA: Shawnee Press, [1966 & 1970]. Two pieces of sheet music for the song, 8p. each, 7x10.5 inches, very good condition, one in red decorative wraps and the other in green. Children's song by Attaway et al, two slightly different arrangements by Hoggard, one for Mixed Voices.....
New York: Leo Feist, 1915. 4p., sheet music, rather worn, with some edge tears, interior tape reinforcement, penned ownership signature; a reference or display copy only. "Ed. Morton's sensational anti-war song hit." "Ten million soldiers to the war have gone,Who may never return again.Ten million mothers' hearts must break,For the.....
Berkeley: Self-published by the author, 1979. Eleven 8.5x11 inch song sheets printed recto-only, apparently photo-copied from original notebook, music and lyrics, very good songbook in stapled pictorial wraps. A collection of songs relating to James Baldwin. Claire Burch was a filmmaker, documentarian, artist and poet living in Berkeley with her.....