• 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
  • Going to the silver wedding

    For voice, piano, and chorus (SATB) Caption title. Advertisement for other songs: p. [6] Cover illustration: cartoon drawing of Afro-American man / Clans. "Photo-electric Co. Boston"--Cover. Library's copy has stamp on cover: All Music Supplied, E. Nason & Co., New York. Originally published: Boston, Mass. : W.A. Evans & Bro., Publishers, c1881. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Lewis, Dan
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • I'm livin' easy

    For voice and piano. Cover title. As sung by: Lew Dockstader, Lottie Gilson, Barnes and Sisson, and others. Advertisement for "The governor" and other music: p. [2] Advertisement for "Sometime sweetheart" and other music: p. [7] Advertisement for "Whistling Rufus" and other music: p. [8] Cover illustration: Afro-American man eating large dinner / HC. Library's cop. 1 has stamp on p. [3]: Hardings jigs ...

    • Contributor: Jones, Irving
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Put on your bridal veil song and chorus /

    For voice and piano. Caption title. "To Mr. & Mrs. William E. Burke"--Cover. "As sung in Edward Harrigan's New Play, 'The leather patch'." Advertisements for other music: p. [2, 6] Library's copy has stamp on cover: Boston, Louis H. Ross & Co., 3 West St. Originally published: New York : Wm. A. Pond & Co., c1886. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Braham, David
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • In the evening by the moonlight

    For solo voice, piano, and chorus (SATB) Caption title. "Dedicated to Mr. Neil Moore." Hitchcock's Music Store was located at 166 Nassau St. from 1885-1888. Advertisement for dance music: p. [6] Cover illustration: drawing of Afro-American revival meeting and cameo drawing of James A. Bland. Paging of cop. 2 is: [3], 4-6 p. Address of Hitchcock's New Music Store (283 6th Ave.) given on ...

    • Contributor: Bland, James A.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Just because my face ain't white

    For voice and piano. Caption title. "Companion song to 'Little black me' by the same author"--Cover. Sung by: The Mozart comedy quartette. Advertisement for other songs: p. [2 and 6] Cover illustration: photograph of the Mozart Comedy Quartette; drawing of white girls dancing with Afro-American girl being excluded. Library's copy has stamp on p. 3: W.O. Brown, Teas, coffee & baking powder, Pianos, Organs ...

    • Contributor: Chattaway, Thurland
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • The dandy coloured coon

    For voice and piano. Cover title. Sung by Eugene Stratton. Banjo accompaniment: p. [2] Advertisement for other songs: p. [7-8] Cover illustration: lithograph of man in blackface with inset drawing of Afro-Americans / H.G. Banks. "H.G. Banks, imp." Library's copy has stamp on cover: Benj. W. Hitchcock, 11 Park Row. Originally published: London : Francis, Day & Hunter, c1893. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Le Brunn, George
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Ma pale-brown Lady Sue

    Part-song for baritone or tenor solo and men's voices (TTBB) Caption title. "Professional copy." "May be sung in F or F# if desired"--P. 2. Library's copy is marked with perforations, cover and p. 7: Providence Public Library. Originally published: Boston : Arthur P. Schmidt, c1910. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Bartlett, J. C.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Uncle Tom's cabin. ballad / The slave mother

    For voice and piano. Lyrics adapted from Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, Uncle Tom's cabin. Lithographed t.p.: Eliza crossing icy stream, carrying child in her arms and fleeing slaveowner with whip; Brandard [lith.]; M. & N. Hanhart Imp. Pages [2] and [6] are blank. Hay S-Music copy imperfect: trimmed to 34 cm. Originally published: [S.l. : s.n., 185-?] Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Linley, George
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • The little log cabin on the hill reply to the "Little old cabin in the lane" : song & chorus /

    For voice and piano. Cover title. Dedicated to: A.H. Goetting. Advertisement for other songs: p. [6] Cover illustration: lithograph of Afro-American man with "Tony Williams" printed on pants leg / J.E. Baker. "J.H. Bufford's Sons Lith. 490 Wash. St. Boston." Originally published: Boston : John F. Perry & Co., c1875. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Hersey, Herbert
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Goodnight Angeline

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Joint composer's name appears as Noble Sessle on cover. Advertisement for another song: p. [4] Cover illustration: drawing of band instruments; photographs of James Reese Europe and the 369th U.S. Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band. Originally published: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1919. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Europe, James Reese
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Albany, or, Dat's de only town looks good to me

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Sung by May Irwin in musical comedy "Mrs. Black is back" Advertisement for another song: p. [6] Cover illustration: photograph of May Irwin; floral border design. Originally published: New York : Chas. K. Harris, c1904. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Cannon, Hughie
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Standing on the corner, didn't mean no harm!

    For voice and piano. Cover title. At head of title: As introduced by Geo. H. Primrose. With Primrose & West Minstrels. Advertisement for "There's a star in the sky for us all": p. 3. The number 4 appears near imprint on cover. Cover illustration: photograph of George Evans. Originally published: Cincinnati, O. [i.e. Ohio] : J.C. Groene & Co., c1894. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Evans, George
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • 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
  • Do not go away my lady love

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Sung by: White's Serenaders. Additional verses: p. 5. Song also appears as no. 3 of series. Cover illustration: lithographed design with portraits of White's Serenaders, Charles White, and Master Marks. "Lith. of Sarony & Major, 117, Fulton St., N. York"--Cover. Originally published: New York : Firth, Pond & Co., c1850. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: White, Charles
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • I'm goin' to live anyhow, 'till I die

    For voice and piano. Cover title. At head of title: Introduced by the Unbleached American Ernest Hogan. Featured by: Clarice Vance, Carroll Johnson, Ernest Hogan, Nicholl Sisters. Dedicated to Ernest Hogan (Uncle Rube) Advertisements for other music: p. [2, 7-8] Cover illustration: Afro-Americans walking to church / CEJ. Library's copy has retailer's stamp on cover: Thos. Goggan & Bro. Originally published: New York : ...

    • Contributor: Edmonds, Shepard N.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • The Negroe's departure, or, Dinah Broom

    For voice, piano and chorus (SATB) Caption title. Additional verses: p. 5. Library's copy inscribed: Geo. Penniman, and pages are inscribed with numbers 175-180. Originally published: Boston : E.H. Wade, c1850. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Lynch, Francis
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • I ain't seen no messenger boy

    Ragtime song for voice and piano. Cover title. At head of title: The reigning "coon" song hit of the season!! Over 50,000 copies sold!! Advertisement for "Sis Hopkins dance" and other music: p. [6] Cover illustration: drawing of Afro-American woman and messenger boy / FE; photograph of unidentified woman and messenger boy. Originally published: New York : Hugo V. Schlam, c1899. Also available in ...

    • Contributor: Bivins, Nathan
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • De new bully

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Additional verses: p. [5] Advertisement for another song: p. [6] Library's copy has pages stamped 99-104 in upper right-hand corners. Originally published: Newark, N.J. : Essex Music Publishing Co., c1896. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Cavanagh, J. W.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Wish you could hab seen dat nigger's eye song and chorus /

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Sung by: Carroll Johnson. Dedicated to: Carroll Johnson. Advertisements for other songs: p. [2-5] Cover illustration: two photographs of Carroll Johnson. Originally published: Kansas City, Mo. : Leona Leota Brooks, c1897. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Brooks, Lena Leota
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • If every star was a little pickaninny

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Advertisement for "I'm sending a message to Mama" and other songs: p. [5] Advertisement for "Dreams of long ago" and other songs: p. [6] Cover illustration: drawing of 2 Afro-American children gazing at chicken in the moon; photograph of Tom Lyons & Stella Stamper. Library's copy 1 has retailer's stamp on p. [2]: Tuttle Music House, 1944 E. ...

    • Contributor: Edwards, Leo
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Jest a misunderstandin' wid ma lady love (the love-sick coon) /

    For voice and piano. Caption title. "Music by Fred. V. Bowers"--Cover. Advertisement for other songs: p. [6] Cover illustration: Afro-American with bandaged head sitting on hammock. Also published for: band, orchestra, mandolin, banjo, guitar. Originally published: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1909. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Bowers, Frederick V.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • I want to play Hamlet

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Sung by: Johnson & Dean. Advertisement for other music: p. [6] Cover illustration: drawings of Afro-Americans playing Hamlet and gambling / Edgar Keller; photograph of unidentified Afro-American couple in formal attire. Originally published: New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1903. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Bratton, John W.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Oh, dem golden slippers! song and chorus /

    For voice, piano, and chorus (SATB) Caption title. Advertisement for "In the morning by the bright light" on cover. Advertisements for other music: p. [2-6] Engraving of Afro-Americans dancing at a wedding: p. [2] Originally published: Boston : John F. Perry & Co., c1880. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Bland, James A.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • My little cullud country gal

    For voice and piano. Caption title. "The greatest coon hit"--Cover. Cover illustration: drawing of Afro-American woman / E.O.H. Library's copy inscribed: Dedicated to Barrie B. McCreery. Originally published by: Baltimore : Geo. Willig & Co., c1896. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Adams, Coleman E.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998