Early Comic Strip Character Sheet Music
Bringing Up Father in Politics Sheet Music Gus Hill
Presents George McManus' Latest Comedy Success. Music and lyrics
for "Why Don't the Band Play Dixie", You Made Life Worth
While, Where the Roses Sway, My Precious Baby with those Big Blue
Goo-Goo Eyes, Because I Love You Truly, You're the Best Little
Mother of All, When Someone Dreams of Someone. Published by Harold
Rossiter. 1912. 10.5" x 13.5" Back cover has jokes.
Pages partially detached, small tears and folds. (Stock number
Bringing Up Father in Society Sheet Music A Gus Hill
Production. Music and lyrics for I-R-E-L-A-N-D (The Land I'll
Always Love), Since You Went Away, That Family Called the U.S.A.,
Let's Help the Irish Now, Just One Little Smile, When Someone
Dreams of Someone. Published by Harold Rossiter. 1915. 10.5"
x 13.5" Pages loose, small tears and folds. (Stock number
Barney Google Fox Trot Sheet Music Song by Billy Rose
and Con Conrad by permission of DeBeck, creator of Barney Google.
Published by Jerome H. Remick & Co. 1923. 8.5" x 12.25"
Name and date in ink on cover, small amount of paper loss on back
cover. (Stock number 003BarneyGoogle1) $25.00
Andy Gump Fox Trot Sheet Music Words and music by Harold
Dixon by permission of Sidney Smith Corp. Published by Dixon-Lane
Music Pub. Co. 1923. 8.5" x 12.25" Name and date in
ink on cover, soiled. (Stock number 003AndyGump1) $35.00
Andy Gump Oh! Min Sheet Music Words by Ole Olsen and
music by Isham Jones. Dedicated to Mrs. Sidney Smith. "Oh!
Min." Suggested by Sidney Smith's famous cartoon running
in Chicago Tribune. Published by Tell Taylor Music Publisher.
1918. 10.5" x 13.5" Light folds and soiling. (Stock
number 003AndyGump2) $35.00
Frolic of the Brownies Sheet Music Now Played in all
Ball Rooms and Home Circles. Composed by Warren Beebe, published
by Will Rossiter. 1896. 10.5" x 13.75" 3 pages. Ifeatures
the famous Palmer Cox illustrations. Pages detached but complete,
small tears and folds. (Stock number 003BrownieMus1) $35.00 SOLD
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