• My gal is a high born lady fox trot song /

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Advertisements for other songs: p. [2], [6] Originally published: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c[1918?], c1896. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Fagan, Barney
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Ma Starlight Sue coon ballad and refrain /

    For voice and piano. Cover title. Advertisement for other music: p. [8] Cover illustration: Afro-American woman, city skyline, and flowers. Also published for: band, orchestra, banjo, mandolin, guitar. Originally published: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1901. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Gould, William
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Don't you think you'd like to fondle me

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Sung by: Dora Dean of Johnson & Dean. Advertisements for other songs: p. [2, 7 and 8] Cover illustration: photograph of Dora Dean; drawing of Afro-American man and woman sitting on a train / Bert Cob. Originally published: New York : Howley, Haviland & Dresser, c1900. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Cannon, Hughie
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • I've lost ma baby!

    For voice and piano. Caption title. "Howard & Emerson's answer to 'Hello ma baby'"--Cover. Advertisements for other songs: p. [2, 6-8] Cover illustrations: drawing of Afro-American man with telephone and man and woman walking / A.B.M.; photograph of Howard & Emerson holding sheet music labelled "Hello baby" Originally published: New York : T.B. Harms & Co., c1899. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Howard, Joseph E.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Nelly Clyde Ethiopian melody /

    For voice, piano, and chorus (SATB) Cover title. Also published for: guitar. Library's copy has retailer's stamp on cover: From Course's bazaar...Detroit. Originally published: Buffalo, N.Y. : Meyer & Tretbar, c1855. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Hutchinson, Ed. F.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Kinky

    For voice and piano. Cover title. Lyricist's name appears as Ed. Green in caption. Introduced by: Aida Overton Walker. Advertisement for other songs: p. [6] Cover illustration: drawing of Afro-American woman / E.H. Pfeiffer. Library's copy has stamp on cover: Maralds Fisette. Originally published: New York : Gotham Attucks Music Co., c1908. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Cook, Will Marion
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • May Irwin's "Lulu" song

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Dedicated to: Mr. John J. McNally. Advertisement for "May Irwins 'Bully' song" and other songs: p. [6] Cover illustration: drawing of Black couple in evening dress, Black banjo player singing / E.S. Fisher; drawing of locket printed in yellow ink, with photograph of May Irwin. Library's cop. 1 as retailer's stamp on cover: M. Steinert & Sons Co., ...

    • Contributor: Hecht, Summit L.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Lucille, ma lady love

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Dedicated to: ma lady love. "By Bob Cole & Theo F. Morse"--Cover. "Masonic Temple, Chicago"--Cover and p. [2] Advertisements for other music: p. [2, 6] Cover illustration: paisley design / HC; photograph of unidentified woman. Library's copy inscribed: E.A. Young. Originally published: New York : Howley, Haviland & Co., c1898. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Morse, Theodore
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Louisiana Lou

    For voice and piano. Caption title. "As sung in H.J.W. Dam's musical farce 'The shop girl' at the Gaiety Theatre, London, England"--Cover. Advertisement for "Phoebe" and other songs: cop. 9, p. [6] Composer's name appears as "Leslie Stewart" on cover, cop. 9. Originally published: New York : T.B. Harms & Co., c1894. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Stuart, Leslie
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • My black Bess

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Advertisement for other songs: p. [6] Cover illustration: drawing of hand holding calling card labelled "My black Bess" Originally published: New York : E.T. Paull Music Co., c1899. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Von Tilzer, Harry
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Mary's gone with a coon end song /

    For voice, piano, and chorus (SATB) Caption title. Sung by: Milt G. Barlow & Billy Kersands. Library's copy has pages [1], 3, and 5 stamped with numbers 59-61. Originally published: Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., c1880. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Stewart, J. E.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • I'm 'fraid dis snap is mos' too good to last

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Sung by Dan Collyer in the Anna Held production of "Papa's wife" Dedicated to: Major William H. Langley. Advertisements for other songs: p. [2-6] Cover illustration: caricature of Afro-American woman holding money. Also published for: band, orchestra, banjo, mandolin, and guitar. Library's copy has stamp on p. [2]: W.O. Brown...Pianos, Organs, and Music,...Dover, N.J. Originally published: New York ...

    • Contributor: Sloane, A. Baldwin
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • A lubly gal was Dinah

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Sung by: Hope Booth. Additional verses: p. [7] Advertisement for other songs: p. [8] Cover illustration: caricatures of Afro-Americans; lithographed portrait of Hope Booth. Originally published: :London :Francis, Day & Hunter, c1895. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Solomon, Edward S.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • You can't boss me song /

    For voice and piano, with chorus for second verse with rag accompaniment. Caption title. Professional copy. Library's copy has stamp on p. 3 and 6: Thomas B F Spangler, 2167 East Dauphin Street, Philad'a, Pa. Originally published: [New York?] : Edward Schuberth & Co., c1899. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Chilvers, Thomas H.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • A Negro's lament oh! I wonder whar Miss Nancy gone : song with chorus ad libitum /

    For voice, piano, and chorus (SATB) Cover title. Also published as quartette for male voices. Originally published: New York : Geo. Molineux, c1897. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Wiske, C. Mortimer
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • She's my warm baby

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Sung by: Carroll Johnson. Advertisement for another song: p. [6] Cover illustration: drawing of Carroll Johnson. Originally published: New York : T.B. Harms & Co., c1897. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Ward, Charles B.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • The lady with the auburn hair

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Advertisements for other music: p. [2], [6-8] Cover illustration: drawing of Black woman with red paint on hair. Originally published: New York : T.B. Harms & Co., c1899. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Dreyfus, Max
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Mandy will you be my lady love

    For voice and piano. Cover title. At head of title: The sweetest of all Negro love ballads. Sung by: Blanche Newcomb. Advertisements for other songs: p. [2-8] Cover illustration: floral decorative design; photograph of Blanche Newcomb. Originally published: New York : W.B. Gray & Co., c1899. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Perrin, Sidney
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Kitty crow ballad /

    For voice and piano. Cover title. Additional verses: p. 5. Cover illustration: floral border design with head of Afro-American woman / Greene. Originally published: Boston : Oliver Ditson, c1853. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Pierpont, James S.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Miss Simpson Brown a red-hot coon song /

    For voice and piano. Cover title. At head of title: The tough wench. Advertisements for other music: p. [6, 8] Cover illustration: photograph of May Irwin. Library's copy has stamp on p. 3: "He Sent Me Back To You", The Latest descriptive song, for sale by all Dealers. Originally published: Philadelphia : State Music Co., c1899. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Scott, Munsey
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • The hole in the garden wall

    For voice, piano, and chorus (SATB) Caption title. Cover illustration: drawing of Afro-American man and woman embracing through a hole in a wall. Library's copy has raised stamp on cover: E.N. Merriam, Tuner & Music Dealer, & manufacturer of patent harmonic copulas for melodeons &c., Rutland, Vt. Originally published: Boston : Oliver Ditson & Co., [18--] Also available in print. System requirements: Internet access; ...

    • Contributor: Browne, T.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Susie-ue coon song /

    For voice, 5-part chorus, and piano. Cover title. "Sung by Miss Ada Reeve in The 'Gay Parisienne'." Advertisement for other music: p. [6] Cover photographs: Ada Reeve and Bert Gilbert. Also available online. Originally published: London : Charles Sheard & Co., c[189-?] Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Gilbert, Bert
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Liza, I'se your man

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Sung by: M. Edith White. Dedicated to: John Hancock Wills. Advertisements for other songs: p. [2-6] Cover illustration: drawing of Afro-American man and woman. Originally published: Boston, Mass. : Falmouth Publishing Co., c1898. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Homer, James R.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • My Sunflower Sue a darktown botanical fascination /

    For voice and piano. Cover title. "Especially written for & sung by Peter F. Dailey, in the new musical comedy, Hodge, Podge & Co." Variant advertisements. Cover illustration: drawing of Afro-American man raking; photograph of Peter F. Dailey. Originally published: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1900. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Bratton, John W.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Come down, ma honey, do!

    For voice and piano. Caption title. From musical production: The lady slavey. Advertisement for two other songs: p. [6] Cover illustration: drawing of woman with duster and dustpan. Originally published: New York : T.B. Harms & Co., c1894. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Kerker, Gustave
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998