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Box 1186

Keep Your Face to the Sunshine (and Behind You the Shadows Will Fall). 1918.

creator: Armstrong, Paul B.
creator: Frank K. Root & Co..
creator: Klickmann, F. Henri (Frank Henri), 1885-1966
Box 1186

Keep Your Foot on the Soft Pedal. 1909.

creator: Dillon, William A., 1877-1966
creator: Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co..
creator: Von Tilzer, Harry
Box 1186

Keep Your Golden Gate Wide Open. 1913.

creator: Edwards, Gus, 1879-1945
creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
creator: Silverwood, J.B.
Box 859

Keep Your Head Down Fritzie Boy. 1918.

creator: Leo Feist, Inc..
creator: Rice, Gitz

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Lieutenant Gitz Rice.
Box 1186

Keep Your Head Down Fritzie Boy (We Saw You). 1918.

creator: Leo Feist, Inc..
creator: Rice, Gitz

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of the composer.
Box 2173

Keep Your Head Up. 2011.

creator: Grammer, Andy, 1983-
creator: Ladder Soul Music.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Andy Grammer.
Box 1

Keep Your Love For Me. 1914.

Scope and Content

Composers: Gene Buck, Raymond Hubbell
From: the Ziegfeld Follies of 1914
Box 872

Keep Your Mouth Shut and Listen. 1945.

General note

Truesdell gift.
Box 1186

Keep Your Nose Out of My Bonnet. 1893.

creator: Frank Tousey's Publishing House.
creator: McGlennon, Felix

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Eunice Vance.
Box 1186

Keep Your Promise Ever True. 1899.

creator: Martin, Lock, 1916-1959

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Oscar Anderson.
Box 354

Keep Your Undershirt On. 1929.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby
From: Top Speed
Box 1077

Keeper of the Keys. 1942.

Scope and Content

Composer: Bernard Maltin.
Box 7

Keepin' Good Company. 1986.

General note

Arranged by Cathy Duncan
Box 7

Keepin' Good Company.

Box 859

Keepin' Out of Mischief Now. 1932.

creator: Con Conrad, Music Publisher, Ltd..
creator: Razaf, Andy
creator: Waller, Thomas
Box 1186

Keeping a Heart. 1914.

creator: Hinds-Noble & Eldredge.
creator: O'Shaughnessy, A.
creator: Stearns, Robert
Box 992

Keepsakes.

General note

box su 66
Box 23

Keith Prowse 2nd Song & Dance Album. 1929.

Box 1186

Kelly's Are at it Again. 1913.

creator: Harry Williams Music Co..
creator: Norworth, Jack
creator: Williams, Harry

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Chas. E. Evans.
Box 1186

Kelly's Gone to Kingdom Come. 1910.

creator: Rohmer, Sax
creator: Thurban, T.W.
creator: Will Rossiter.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Maud Lambert.
Box 1077

Kenneth. 1950.

Scope and Content

Composer: Stan K. Mikrut.
Box 51

The Kentuckian Song. 1955.

General note

From the motion picture, "The Kentuckian." Cover features a photograph of Burt Lancaster and Kim Bennett.
Box 51

The Kentuckian Song. 1955.

General note

From the motion picture, "The Kentuckian." Cover features a photograph of Burt Lancaster and Dianne Foster.
Box 51

The Kentuckian Song. 1955.

General note

From the motion picture, "The Kentuckian." Professional copy.
Box 555

Kentucky. 1943.

creator: Broadcast Music, Inc..
creator: Prichard, Henry

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Guy Lombardo.
Box 1077

Kentucky Dream. 1918.

Scope and Content

Composers: S.R. Henry, D. Onivas.
On cover: photograph of Mable Normand, star in Goldwyn Pictures.
Box 415

Kentucky Woman. 1977.

General note

on cover: photograph of Neil Diamond
Box 601, Box 545

(We'll Have a Jubilee in My Old) Kentucky Home. 1915.

Scope and Content

Composers: Coleman Goetz, Walter Donaldson.

General note

On covers: photographs of Bert Wilcox, Grace Wasson.
Box 545

Kentucky U.S.A.. 1923.

Scope and Content

Composer: Coleman Goetz.
Box 6

Kerosene. 2005.

creator: Earle, Steve
creator: Lambert, Miranda, 1933-
creator: Sony/ATV Songs.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Miranda Lambert.
Box 29, Box 2177

Kerry Dance. 1941.

Scope and Content

Composer: J.L. Molloy.
Box 1077

Kettle Drum Hop. 1952.

Scope and Content

Composer: Joe Hornsby.
Box 1077

Kewpie. 1929.

Scope and Content

Composer: Gene Rose.
On cover: photograph of Jesse Stafford and his Brunswick Recording Orchestra.
Box 51

The Key (to Your Heart). 1958.

General note

From the Columbia Pictures motion picture, "The Key." Cover features a photograph of William Holden and Sophia Loren.
Box 587

Key to Paradise. 1912.

creator: Schott & Co..
creator: Straus, Oscar
Box 1077

Keyboard Konversation. 1923.

Scope and Content

Composer: Vee Lawnhurst.
Box 2177

Khaki and the Blue. 1917.

Scope and Content

Composer: W.J. Trainer
Box 529

Khaki Boys of U.S.A.. 1917.

Scope and Content

Words by Ella M. Smith. Music by Howard I. Smith.
Box 1951

Khaki Clad. 1919.

Scope and Content

Composer: Clyde T. Burneson
Box 2177

Kharmine. 1921.

Scope and Content

Composers: Elmer Olson, Moe Thompson, Dannie O'Neil
Box 51

Khartoum. 1966.

General note

From the motion picture, "Khartoum." Cover features drawings of Charlton Heston and Laurence Olivier.
Box 397

Kick It Out. 1977.

General note

on cover: photograph of Heart
Box 2177

Kicky-Koo, You For Me, Me For You. 1922.

Scope and Content

Music: Geo. W. Meyer Lyrics: Sam. M. Lewis, Joe Young
Box 807

Kid's a Dreamer I the Kid From Fool's Paradise). 1949.

Scope and Content

Composers: Marty Snider, Charlie Snider.
On cover: photograph of Rosemary Clooney.
Box 2177

Kids. 1923.

Scope and Content

Music: Pauline B. Story Lyrics: Albert E. Ruhnke
Box 1077

Kiddie Kapers. 1928.

Scope and Content

Composers: Nat Shilkret, Lew Pollack, Al Sherman.
Box 407

Kiddus. 1946.

Box 550

Kidoo Skidoo. 1906.

Scope and Content

Composers: Florence Howard, E.W. Gerson
Box 1182

Kiki. 1911.

creator: Benyon, Reginald K.
creator: Chappell & Co..

Scope and Content

From "The Glad Eye."
Box 266

Kiki. 1925.

Scope and Content

Lyrics: B.G. De Sylva. Music: Lewis E. Gensler.
From the musical, "Captain Jinks."
Box 2177

Kill 'em With Kindness. 1921.

Scope and Content

Music: Abner Silver Lyrics Wm. Tracey.
Box 2177

Killarney Rose. 1921.

Scope and Content

Composer: Will. F. Whitehead
Box 397

Killing of Georgie. 1977.

General note

on cover: photograph of Rod Stewart
Box 397

Killing Me Softly With His Song. 1982.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dan Coates
Box 397

Killing Me Softly With His Song. 1973.

Box 397

Killing Me Softly With His Song. 1972.

Box 904

Kilroy Was Here. 1946.

creator: Page, Paul
creator: Paradise Music.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of the composer.
Box 2177

Kimono. 1922.

Scope and Content

Composers: Eugene West, Mary Earl
Box 392

Kind'A Peculiar Brown. 1943.

General note

From the Paramount motion picture "Dixie"
Box 392

Kind'A Peculiar Brown. 1943.

General note

From the Paramount motion picture "Dixie." Cover features photograph of Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour.
Box 528

King Chanticleer. 1910.

creator: Ayer, Nat D., 1887-1952
creator: Brown, A. Seymour, 1885-1947
creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
Box 21

King For A Day. 1928.

creator: Fiorito, Ted, 1900-1971
creator: Remick Music Corporation.
Box 859

King For a Day. 1928.

creator: Fiorito, Ted, 1900-1971
creator: Lewis
creator: Remick Music Corporation.
creator: Young
Box 419

The King Is Coming!. 1970.

Box 56

King Kong Theme. 1966.

General note

From the ABC television series, "King Kong." 2 copies (different covers).
Box 415

King Kong (Your Song). 1977.

General note

on cover: photograph of Peter Ferrara and Bobby Pickett
Box 922

King of Anything. 2010.

General note

On cover: photograph of Sara Bareilles.
Box 914

King of California.

General note

box su 114
Box 554

King of Kings (theme). 1961.

creator: Mozsa, Miklos
creator: Robbins Music Corporation.

Scope and Content

Theme to the MGM motion picture of the same title.
Box 415

King of Nothing. 1974.

General note

on cover: photograph of Seals & Crofts
Box 1077

King of the Air. 1937.

Scope and Content

Composer: Julius K. Johnson.
Box 1178

King of the Maniac Band. 1913.

creator: Francis, Day & Hunter, Ltd..
creator: Tierney, Harry A.
creator: Wright, Hugh E.

Scope and Content

From Messrs. Charlot & Levaux's Alhambra production, "Keep Smiling." On cover: photograph of Robert Hale.
Box 58

King of the River. 1955.

General note

From Walt Disney's television production, "Davy Crockett."
Box 58

King of the River. 1955.

General note

From the television production, "Disneyland."
Box 2177

King of the Winds. 1900.

Scope and Content

Music: Frank David Lyrics: Arthur Trevelyan
Box 22

The King's Horses (And The King's Men). 1930.

Box 397

Kings and Queens. 1978.

General note

on cover: photograph of Aerosmith
Box 56

King's Crossing. 1982.

General note

Theme from the Lorimar Productions television series of the same title.
Box 1189

King's Musketeers. 1900.

creator: Herbert, Victor
creator: M. Witmark & Sons.
creator: Smith, Harry B.

Scope and Content

From Cyrano de Bergerac.
Box 920

Kinky Kids Parade.

General note

Box SU 23
Box 2177

Kiowana (Kee-o-wanna). 1928.

Scope and Content

Composers: Bob Miller, Leo Pevsner
Box 407

Kirchen Gloken. 1925.

Box 556

The Kiss = Il Bacio. 1863.

Scope and Content

Composer: L. Arditi.
Box 406

Kiss an Angel Good Morning. 1971.

General note

on cover: photograph of Charley Pride
Box 21

Kiss And Make Up. 1927.

creator: Bogate, Al
creator: Hoefle, Carl
creator: Leo Feist, Inc..
creator: Miller, Ned

General note

on cover: photograph of Frank Leave
Box 807

Kiss and Make Up. 1927.

Scope and Content

Composers: Al Bogate, Carl Hoefle, Ned Miller.
On cover: photograph of Helen Moretti.
Box 888

Kiss And Remember.

Box 888

Kiss And Run. 1953.

General note

on cover: photograph of Peggy King
Box 888

Kiss And Say Goodbye. 1976.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Manhattans
Box 888

Kiss By Kiss (I'm Falling In Love With You). 1931.

General note

three copies
Box 888

(Give Me) A Kiss For Tomorrow. 1950.

General note

on cover: photograph of Frankie Laine
Box 470

Kiss From a Rose. 1994.

General note

SCB SZ03-30
Box 888

A Kiss For You. 1937.

General note

on cover: photograph of Gene Kardos
Box 888

A Kiss From Angelina. 1935.

General note

on cover: photograph of Glenn Lee
Box 888

A Kiss From Cora. 1961.

General note

two copies
Box 888

A Kiss From You. 1925.

Box 888

A Kiss From Your Lips. 1928.

Box 910

Kiss From You.

General note

box su 43
Box 888

A Kiss Goodnight. 1945.

General note

Twelve copies featuring different photographs on cover: Woody Herman (2), Johnnie Johnston (2), Elliot Lawrence, Monica Lewis, Don Saxon, Freddie Slack, Connie Haines, Eddie Stone, Dinah Shore (2)
Box 888

The Kiss I Can't Forget. 1925.

General note

three copies
Box 888

The Kiss I Stole From You. 1932.

General note

on cover: photograph of Robert Simmons
Box 604, Box 543

A Kiss in the Dark. 1922.

General note

Dudley gift.

Scope and Content

Composers: Victor Herbert, B.G. De Sylva.
Box 888

A Kiss In The Moonlight (And The World Began). 1933.

General note

two copies, one with drawing of Eddie Duchin on cover
Box 888

A Kiss In The Night. 1944.

General note

English lyric by Martyn Mayne Spanish lyric by Manuela Garcia-Yniguez
Box 49

Kiss Kiss. 2007.

General note

Publisher no.: HL00353712

General note

Words and music also by Faheem Najm. Recorded by Chris Brown.
Box 888

(Kiss Me) A Kiss Like Yours. 1955.

General note

on cover: photograph of June Valli
Box 888

Kiss Mama-Kiss Papa. 1922.

General note

Six copies with different covers featuring photographs of: Abbot and White, Beck and Stone, MacFarlane and Palace, Al Herman.
Box 58

Kiss Me. 1985.

General note

From the television series, "The Cosby Show." Also written by Bill Cosby.
Box 888

Kiss Me (And Then Say Goodnight). 1926.

General note

two copies with different color covers on cover: photographs of Herb Wiedoft and His Cinderella Roof Orchestra
Box 888

Kiss Me (While We Say Goodnight). 1954.

General note

on cover: photograph of Georgie Robbins
Box 545, Box 551

Kiss Me Again. 1915.

Scope and Contents note

From the comic opera, "Mlle. Modiste."
Composers: Henry Blossom, Victor Herbert.
Box 1328

Kiss Me Again Stranger. 1953.

Scope and Content

Composer: Chilton Price.
On cover: photograph of Doris Day.
Box 888

Kiss Me And Kiss Me And Kiss Me. 1959.

General note

English lyric by Al Hoffman and Dick Manning. Italian lyric by Luciano Beretta. on cover: photograph of Perry Como
Box 888

Kiss Me Big. 1953.

Box 888

Kiss Me Caress Me.

Box 888

Kiss Me Dear. 1923.

Box 2177, Box 888

Kiss Me, Dear. 1919.

Scope and Content

Composer: Thelka Hollingsworth Andrew
Box 888

Kiss Me Good-Bye. 1920.

General note

Two copies, different covers.
Box 1328

Kiss Me Goodbye, Love. 1951.

Scope and Content

Composers: Eddie Pola, George Wyle.
On cover: photograph of Doris Day.
Box 888

Kiss Me Good Night. 1926.

General note

on cover: photograph of Jesse Crawford
Box 876

Kiss Me Good-Night Sergeant-Major. 1939.

General note

Truesdell gift. On cover: photograph of Percy Faith and drawing of very tall soldier leaning on a sergeant
Box 20

Kiss Me Goodnight. 1924.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ben Bernie
Box 555

Kiss Me Goodnight, Not Goodbye. 1931.

creator: Furthman, Jules
creator: Hanley, James F. (James Frederick), 1892-1942
creator: Sam Fox Publishing Co..

Scope and Content

From the Fox motion picture, "Merely Mary Ann." On cover: photographs of Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell.
Box 888

Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me. 1954.

General note

on cover: photograph of Mary McCoy
Box 20

Kiss Me Kiss Your Baby. 1974.

Box 654

Kiss Me My Honey, Kiss Me. 1910.

General note

Cover features a photograph of Little Amy Butler.
Box 888

Kiss Me, My Sweetheart. 1930.

General note

two copies
Box 888

The Kiss Me Polka. 1948.

General note

on cover: photograph of Henri René
Box 874

Kiss Me Thru the Phone. 2008.

General note

On cover: photograph of Soulja Boy
Box 47

Kiss Me With Your Eyes. 1939.

General note

From the Paramount film, "Cafe Society." Cover features a photograph of Madeleine Carroll, Fred macMurray and Shirley Ross.
Box 47

Kiss Me With Your Eyes. 1939.

General note

Professional copy. From the film, "Cafe Society."
Box 47

Kiss Me With Your Eyes.

General note

Cover features a photograph of Don Jose. On cover, "As featured by Don Jose and his orchestra at the Lido Ballroom, Shanghai, China.
Box 888

Kiss Me Good-Bye (With A Smile). 1924.

Box 888

Kiss Me Goodnight. 1949.

General note

two copies with different covers on cover of one: photograph of Anne Shelton
Box 888

Kiss Me Goodnight.

Box 888

Kiss Me Goodnight. 1932.

General note

Twelve copies. One copy with green cover and photograph of Morton Downey. Four copies with brown cover and photograph of Morton Downey. Two copies with photograph of Ruth Etting. One copy with photograph of Arthur Tracy. One copy with plain black and white cover. Three copies with blue cover.
Box 888

Kiss Me Goodnight. 1931.

General note

Two copies, one with cover, one without.
Box 888, Box 2177

Kiss Me Goodnight. 1924.

Scope and Content

Composers: Ben Bernie, Vernon Stevens, Gladys Gillette, Elmer Olson.

General note

Five copies. One copy with photograph of Ben Bernie on cover. One copy with photograph of Charles Dornberger on cover. One copy with photograph of Lora Marie Harrington and Her Famous "Gypsy Wayfarers" on cover. One copy with photograph of Paul Reese on cover. One copy without photograph on cover.
Box 888

Kiss Me Goodnight. 1935.

General note

four copies, three different covers. One with photograph of Guy Lombardo. Two with photograph of Xavier Cugat.
Box 888

Kiss Me In One Long Caress. 1938.

General note

on cover: picture of Olive White
Box 888

Kiss Me Just Once More (You Know I Want You To). 1927.

General note

on cover: photograph of Eddie Worth and his Orchestra
Box 888

Kiss Me Like You Used To. 1949.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dick Jurgens
Box 807

Kiss Me, My Sweetheart. 1930.

Scope and Content

Composer: Phil Baxter.
Box 888

Kiss Me Now (We'll Get Acquainted Later). 1954.

General note

on cover: photograph of Steve Lawrence
Box 888

Kiss Me Once More. 1932.

General note

on cover: photograph of Tito Guizar
Box 888

Kiss Me Sweet. 1924.

General note

two copies, two different covers
Box 2177

Kiss Me To-Day. 1931.

Scope and Content

Composer: Felix Cornilliac
Box 888

Kiss Me With Your Eyes. 1929.

Box 888

Kiss Me With Your Eyes. 1923.

Box 888

Kiss Me With Your Eyes. 1929.

General note

four copies, one with Raymond B. Eldred autograph and photograph of Blanch Sweet on cover
Box 888

Kiss Me With Your Eyes. 1923.

General note

three copies, each with a different photograph on cover: Beth McCoy, Helen Bell Rush, Grace La Rue
Box 587

Kiss of Chance. 1912.

creator: Darewski, Herman, 1883-1947
creator: Francis, Day & Hunter, Ltd..
Box 25

Kiss Of Fire. 1952.

Box 888

Kiss Of Fire. 1952.

General note

six copies with four different cover two with cover featuring photograph of Tony Martin
Box 888

The Kiss That Made A Fool Of Me. 1930.

General note

two copies, one with drawing of Benny Ross on cover
Box 888

The Kiss That Made You Cry. 1918.

Box 888

The Kiss That You've Forgotten (Is The Kiss I Can't Forget). 1931.

General note

four copies on cover: photograph of Ben Alley
Box 471

Kiss This. 2000.

General note

Publisher no.: HL00352202
Box 807

Kiss to Build a Dream On. 1951.

Scope and Content

Composers: Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, Oscar Hammerstein II.
From the MGM motion picture, "The Strip." On cover: photographs of Mickey Rooney, Kay Brown, Sally Forrest, Vic Damone, Monica Lewis, Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, Barney Bigard, Earl "Fatha" Hines.
Box 888

A Kiss To Remember. 1949.

General note

on cover: photograph of Smokey Rogers
Box 807, Box 888

A Kiss To Remember. 1944.

Scope and Content

Composers: Abner Silver, Nick Kenny, Charles Kenny.

General note

five copies, each with a different photograph: Joan Brooks, Joe Frasetto, Dean Hudson, Guy Lombardo, Lawrence Welk
Box 888

A Kiss To Remember. 1928.

Box 888

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye. 1966.

General note

English lyrics by Dee Marak
Box 2173

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye. 2011.

creator: McAnally, Shane
creator: Sony/ATV Music Publishing.
creator: Stevens, Jeff

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Luke Bryan.
Box 888

The Kiss You Left Behind. 1924.

General note

English words by Al Dubin French words by Ch. A. Abadie
Box 920

Kiss Your Little Baby Good Night.

General note

Box SU 23
Box 888

Kiss-Crazy Baby. 1954.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ralph Marterie
Box 888

Kiss-Kiss-Kissin' In The Corn. 1947.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dick Jurgens
Box 854

Kiss Waltz. 1930.

creator: Burke, Joe, 1884-1950
creator: Dubin, Al
creator: M. Witmark & Sons.

Scope and Content

From the Warner Bros. and Vitaphone production, Dancing Sweeties. On cover: photograph of Grant Withers and Sue Carol.
Box 888

Kissable Baby. 1931.

General note

four copies, three different covers
Box 807, Box 865

Kisses (The Sweetest Kisses of All). 1918.

Scope and Content

Composers: Lynn Cowan, Alex Sullivan.
Box 888

Kisses (The Sweetest Kisses Of All). 1918.

General note

four copies, three different covers on cover of two copies: photograph of Guy Lombardo
Box 1169

Kisses (The Sweetest Kisses of All). 1919.

creator: Cowan, Lynn F., 1888-1973
creator: Francis, Day & Hunter, Ltd..
creator: Sullivan, Alex

Scope and Content

From Andre Charlot's "Bran Pie."
Box 1315

Kisses For Christmas. 1937.

creator: David, Lee
creator: Mills Music.
creator: Redmond, John
Box 888

Kisses From You. 1925.

General note

on cover: photograph of Glad Moffat
Box 888

Kisses From You. 1921.

General note

on cover: photograph of Edith Clifford
Box 888

Kisses Of Love. 1921.

Box 888

Kisses Sweeter Than Wine. 1951.

General note

two copies with photograph of Jimmie Rodgers on cover one copy with photograph of the Weavers on cover one copy with different cover
Box 888

Kissin' Bug Boogie. 1951.

General note

on cover: photograph of Jo Stafford
Box 888

Kissin' Game. 1961.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dion
Box 888

Kissin' My Baby Good-Night. 1936.

General note

on cover: photograph of Guy Lombardo
Box 888

Kissin' On The Phone. 1960.

General note

on cover: photograph of Paul Anka
Box 1315

Kissing Bridge. 1953.

creator: Allen, Robert
creator: Roncom Music Company.
creator: Stillman, Al
Box 1077

Kissing Bug. 1909.

Scope and Content

Composer: Chas. L. Johnson.
Box 412

Kissing My Love. 1972.

General note

on cover: photograph of Bill Withers
Box 888

Kissing Games. 1934.

General note

on cover: photograph of Julia Sanderson & Frank Crumit
Box 888

Kissing In The Moonlight. 1931.

Box 888

Kissing My Love. 1972.

General note

on cover: photograph of Bill Withers
Box 888

Kissing Time. 1922.

Box 888

The Kissing Dance. 1955.

General note

English lyric by Al Stillman French lyric by Bernard Michel on cover: photograph of Frankie Carle
Box 888

The Kissing Dance. 1950.

Box 889

Kitchen Man. 1929.

Box 889

The Kitchen Stove. 1923.

General note

on cover: photographs of Leviathan Band and Nelson Maple
Box 889

Kitchy-Kitchy-Koo. 1944.

Box 889

Kitchy-Mi-Koko Isle. 1937.

General note

three copies, each with different cover on cover of one: photograph of Guy Lombardo
Box 889

Kites. 1967.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Rooftop Singers
Box 807, Box 26, Box 561

Kitten On The Keys. 1921.

Scope and Content

Composer: Zez Confrey.
Box 889

Kitten On The Keys. 1922.

General note

om cover: photograph of Zez Confrey
Box 1091

Kitten on the Keys.

General note

Box SU 14
Box 889

The Kitten With The Big Green Eyes. 1940.

Box 889

Kitty. 1919.

General note

two copies
Box 889

Kitty. 1922.

Box 812

Kitty Darlin'. 1918.

Scope and Contents note

From the show, "Kitty Darlin."
Box 889

Kitty Donohue. 1921.

General note

three copies, two different covers
Box 889

Kitty Doyle. 1967.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dino, Desi & Billy
Box 889

Kitty From Kansas City. 1949.

General note

two copies, different covers. One with photograph of Rudy Vallée on cover.
Box 889

Kitty In A Basket. 1954.

General note

on cover: photographs of Jimmy Boyd and Gayla Peevey
Box 889

Kitty Lives In Brooklyn. 1945.

General note

on cover: photograph of Korn Kobblers
Box 904

Kitty O' Kildare. 1931.

creator: Forrester, Clara Prentice
Box 889

Kitty Who?. 1955.

General note

on cover: photograph of Kitty Kallen
Box 812

Kitty's Kisses. 1925.

Scope and Contents note

From the show, "Kitty's Kisses."

General note

Two copies.
Box 1178

Kitty's Not Built That Way. 1901.

creator: E. Ascherberg & Co..
creator: Rubens, Paul

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy, "Kitty Grey."
Box 889

Kiwanis Builders. 1929.

General note

on cover: photograph of Marie A. deLorimier
Box 407

Klayne Lichtelach. 1927.

General note

2 copies.
Box 889

Klown Kapers. 1928.

Box 889

Knee Deep In The Blues. 1957.

Box 889

Kneeling Near A Window Sin's Dark Sea. 1944.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Musical Moores
Box 889

Knick Knacks On The Mantel. 1936.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ted Fio Rito
Box 407

A Knife, a Fork, and a Spoon. 1941.

General note

on cover: photograph of James Stewart and Paulette Goddard, and Horace Heidt and His Musical Knights
Box 390

Knight's Tale. 1970.

Box 1713

Knit, Knit, Knit Sister Sue. 1914.

Scope and Content

Composer: R. Walker
Box 889

Knock At The Door. 1924.

General note

three copies
Box 889

Knock Him Down Whiskey. 1953.

Box 288

Knock, Knock. 1965.

creator: Ebb , Fred
creator: Kander, John
creator: Sunbeam Music, Corp..

Scope and Content

From the musical production, "Flora, the Red Menace."
Box 889

Knock, Knock Who's There?. 1970.

General note

on cover: photograph of Mary Hopkin
Box 889

Knock, Knock-Who's There?. 1936.

General note

seven copies, each with different photograph on cover: Carl Ravazza, Al Roth, Hal Munro, Vincent Lopez, Frank Fay, Frank Dailey, Jolly Coburn
Box 899

(I'm Gonna) Knock, Knock, Knock (On The Old Front Door). 1922.

General note

on cover: photograph of Patricola
Box 889

Knock Me A Kiss. 1942.

Scope and Content

Composer: Mike Jackson.

General note

Four copies, each with different photograph on cover: Gene Krupa, the King Sisters with Alvino Rey, Louie Jordan, Claude Thornhill
Box 889

The Knock Song (I Hear You Knockin'). 1949.

General note

on cover: photograph of Tommy Dorsey
Box 889

Knock Three Times. 1970.

General note

two copies
Box 857

Knock You Down. 2009.

General note

on cover: photograph of Keri Hilson
Box 889

The Knocked Out Nightingale. 1957.

Box 392

Knockin' On Your Own Front Door. 1944.

General note

From the Paramount motion picture "And The Angels Sing." Cover features photograph of Dorothy Lamour, Fred MacMurray, and Betty Hutton.
Box 889

Knothole. 1953.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Carlisles
Box 858

Know Your Enemy. 2009.

Physical Description: 10.0 pages

General note

Original sheet music edition (piano vocal chords).
Box 889

A Knowing Look. 1960.

Box 889

Knowing Me, Knowing You. 1976.

General note

on cover: photograph of Abba
Box 889

Ko Ko Mo (I Love You So). 1955.

General note

two copies
Box 889

Ko-Ko Joe. 1971.

Box 889

Ko-Ko-San. 1919.

Box 889

Ko-Woon. 1917.

General note

on cover: photograph of Laura Millard
Box 889

Kokomo. 1923.

Box 391

Kol Nidre. 1923.

Box 391

Kol Nidre. 1915.

General note

2 copies.
Box 807

Kol Nidre. 1936.

Scope and Content

Composer: Mort H. Glickman.
Box 1077

Kol Nidrei. 1934.

Scope and Content

Arranger: William M. Felton.
Box 2177

Koolemoff (Cool 'em Off). 1920.

Scope and Content

Composer: Herschel Henlere (photograph on cover)
Box 889

Korean Mud. 1953.

General note

on cover: photograph of Elton Britt
Box 407

Kruim A-Nu (Tattered Are We). 1936.

Box 471

Kryptonite. 2000.

General note

Publisher no.: PVM00061
Box 2177

Ku Klux Steppin' Blues. 1923.

Scope and Content

Music: Harry L. Alford Lyrics: Billy O-Newton
Box 889

Kuli-Kuli. 1957.

Box 889

Kulu Ipo (My Sweetheart). 1936.

Box 419

Kum Ba Yah (Come By Here). 1968.

Box 415

Kung Fu. 1974.

General note

on cover: photograph of Curtis Mayfield
Box 889

Kung Fu. 1974.

General note

on cover: photograph of Curtis Mayfield
Box 889

Kung Fu Fighting. 1974.

General note

on cover: photograph of Carl Douglas
Box 2177

Kuu Iini (My Desire, Love's Desire). 1921.

Scope and Content

Composer: Charles E. King
Box 1343

Kuu Ipo (My Sweetheart). 1936.

Scope and Content

Composers: Andy Iona Long, Johnny Noble.
Box 1343

Kuu Lei Pikake (My Jasmine Wreath). 1923.

Scope and Content

Composer: Chas. E. Kiing.
Box 889

Kwela-Kwela. 1955.

General note

on cover: photograph of Bill Hayes
Box 399

Kyrie Eleison: Easy Piano Arrangement. 1986.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dan Coates
 

Works in English: Titles that start with "L". Series 12.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically.
Box 418

L'Amour Est Mon Seul Reve. 1942.

General note

on cover: photographs of Zarah Leander and Rose Avril. from the motion picture "Un Grand Amour"
Box 601

L'Argentine = Silvery Thistle.

Scope and Content

Composer: E. Ketterer, op. 24
Box 889

L. David Sloane. 1967.

Box 1203, Box 2183

La De Doody Doo. 1938.

creator: Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974
creator: Exclusive Publications.
creator: Lambert, Edward J., 1897-1951
creator: Richards, Stephen

Scope and Content

On cover: images of cartoon characters created by Billy DeBeck.
Box 56

La La La La La La La La. 1963.

General note

Background theme of the Jackie Gleason "American Scene Magazine" on the Jackie Gleason television program. Cover features a photograph of Jackie Gleason.
Box 2183

(It's) La La La La La La La Leap Year. 1944.

Scope and Content

Composers: Claude Reese, Fred Patrick
Box 889

La, La, La (If I Had You). 1969.

General note

on cover: photograph of Bobby Sherman
Box 494

LA Law (main title). 1987.

Scope and Contents note

Main title to the television series of the same title.

General note

SCB SZTV 87-9
Box 2183

La Lo La. 1927.

Scope and Content

Composer: Victor Schertziner
Box 407

La Marseillaise. 1917.

Box 1713

Lad in Khaki. 1917.

Scope and Content

Music: Henry L. Sorensen Words: W. Frederic Fadner
Box 889

Laddie. 1919.

Box 889

Laddie. 1942.

Box 889

Laddie Boy. 1925.

Box 889

Laddie Boy. 1917.

General note

on cover: photograph of Will D. Cobb
Box 889

Laddie Boy He's Gone. 1923.

Box 406

Laddie in Khaki (The Girl Who Waits At Home). 1915.

Box 889

Laddie O' Mine. 1923.

Box 854

Laddie Mine. 1919.

creator: Oliver Ditson Company.
creator: Strickland, Lily
Box 2176

Laddies Who Fought and Won. 1916.

Scope and Content

Composer: Harry Lauder
Box 889

The Ladies (Or I Learned About Women From 'Er). 1928.

General note

on cover: photograph of Frank Crumit
Box 54

Ladies in the Sky. 1957.

General note

From the Walt Disney ABC television production, "The Saga of Andy Burnett."
Box 889

Ladrón. 1928.

General note

English lyrics by Carol Raven
Box 397

Lady. 1975.

General note

on cover: photograph of Styx
Box 601

Lady. 1957.

Scope and Content

Composer: Geo. Arellano.
Box 412

Lady. 1978.

General note

on cover: photograph of The Little River Band
Box 889

Lady. 1967.

Box 554

Lady. 1980.

creator: Brockman Music.
creator: Richie, Lionel

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Kenny Rogers.
Box 397

Lady (Put the Light on Me). 1977.

Scope and Contents note

on cover: photograph of Brownsville Station

General note

Background theme of the Jackie Gleason "American Scene Magazine" on the Jackie Gleason television program. Cover features a photograph of Jackie Gleason.
Box 889

Lady (Put The Light On Me). 1977.

General note

on cover: photograph of Brownville Station
Box 889

The Lady And The Baby. 1976.

Box 550

Lady Bugs' Review. 1909.

Scope and Content

Composer: Neil Moret
Box 889

Lady Bump. 1975.

Box 889

The Lady By The Name Of Lou. 1927.

Box 294

Lady, Don't Look at Me Like That. 1932.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): Herb Magidson, Sam H. Stept
From George White's Music Hall Varieties On cover: photograph of Harry Richman.
Box 2183

Lady From Fifth Avenue. 1937.

Scope and Content

Composers: Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup, Teddy Powell
Box 2183

Lady From Haiti. 1959.

Scope and Content

Composers: Eddie White, Mack Wolfson
Box 2183

Lady From Laramie. 1952.

Scope and Content

Composer: Terry Gilkyson
Box 2183

Lady From Mayfair. 1937.

Scope and Content

Composer: Michael Carr
Box 2183, Box 889

The Lady From 29 Palms. 1947.

General note

two copies, different photographs on cover (Tony Martin, the Andrews Sisters)

Scope and Content

Composer: Allie Wrubel
Box 889

Lady Georgia (Sweet Georgia Rose). 1920.

Box 394

Lady (Hear Me Tonight). 2000.

General note

Publisher no.: PVM01059 Warner Bros.

General note

SCB SZ 01-201
Box 2183, Box 889

The Lady I Love. 1932.

General note

Several copies, each with different photograph on cover: Keller Sisters and Brother Lynch, Paul Whiteman (two copies), Nell Roy, George Olsen, Ruth Etting, Brook Adams

Scope and Content

Music: Bernice Petkere Words: Joe Young
Box 2183

Lady in Lace. 1955.

Scope and Content

Composers: Marguerite Arneth, Lanny Grey, Dewey Bergman
Box 889, Box 2183

The Lady Likes To Love = El Marimbulero. 1937.

Scope and Content

Composer: Eliseo Grenet English lyric: Bickley Reichner
Box 553

Lady Lil = Kiss Your Lub Good Night. 1903.

Scope and Content

Composer: Luscombe Searelle.
On cover: photograph of Lizzie B. Raymond.
Box 889, Box 2183

Lady Lou. 1933.

Scope and Content

Music: Neil Moret Words: Harry Tobias
Box 889

Lady Love. 1970.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Klowns
Box 889

Lady Lovely. 1944.

Box 889

Lady Luck. 1960.

Box 889

Lady Luck. 1955.

Box 889

Lady Madonna.

Box 394

Lady Marmalade. 1974.

General note

Publisher no.: HL00352330 Hal Leonard.

General note

SCB SZ 01-195
Box 889

Lady Marmalade. 1975.

Box 2177

Lady of Havana. 1927.

Scope and Content

Composers: Saul Bernie, Jack Val, Paul F. Van Loan
Box 2177

Lady of Love. 1928.

Scope and Content

Music: J.S. Zamecnik Lyrics: Alfred Bryan, Pete Wendling
Box 889

Lady Of Madrid. 1935.

General note

two copies, different covers
Box 561, Box 795, Box 30, Box 2183, Box 1077

Lady of Spain. 1931.

Scope and Content

Composer: Tolchard Evans. Words: Erell Reaves
Box 30: photograph of Eddie Fisher on cover.
Box 807, Box 557

Ladie of the Evening. 1922.

Scope and Content

Composer: Irving Berlin
From the Music Box Review, 1922-23
Box 889, Box 2183

Lady Of The Morning. 1929.

Scope and Content

Composers: Sam Messenheimer, Val Burton
Box 2183, Box 889

Lady Of The Nile. 1925.

Scope and Content

Composers: Gus Kahn, Isham Jones
Box 2183

Lady of the Rue de la Paix. 1950.

Scope and Content

Composers: Mel Carson, Herb Swartz
Box 2183, Box 549, Box 889

Lady, Play Your Mandolin. 1930.

General note

three copies on cover: photograph of Nick Lucas

Scope and Content

Music: Oscar Levant Words: Irving Caesar
Box 807

Lady Pompadour. 1926.

Scope and Content

Composer: Gabriel Morel.
Box 889

The Lady Sings The Blues. 1956.

Box 854

Lady Sings the Blues. 1956.

creator: Ludlow Music, Inc..
creator: Wilder, Alec
Box 412

The Lady Takes the Cowboy Every Time. 1984.

General note

on cover: photograph of Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers Band
Box 889

Lady! Why Do I Love You Like This?. 1933.

General note

on cover: photograph of Jimmie Joy
Box 2183

Lady With the Dove (Is Back Again). 1946.

Scope and Content

Composer: Henry Bak May
Box 2183

Lady's In Love. 1947.

Scope and Content

Composers: Danny and Joseph Leroy, Bill Kaplin
Box 889

Lady's Man. 1952.

Box 889, Box 2183

Laff It Off!. 1924.

General note

on cover: photographs of Fred Waring, Tom Waring, and Waring's Pennsylvanians

Scope and Content

Composers: Kalmar & Ruby
Box 1203

Laffin' at the Funies. 1932.

creator: Gaskill, Clarence, 1892-1947
creator: Sam Fox Publishing Co..

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Uncle Bob Wilson, and Frank Crumit.
Box 2183

La Dee Dah Dee. 1959.

Scope and Content

Composer: Roy Brown
Box 20

Laisse Aller La Musique. 1972.

General note

on cover: photograph of Eric et Stone Charden
Box 889

The Lake Erie. 1933.

Box 889

Lalapaloosa Lou. 1925.

Box 2183, Box 876

Lalapaluza Lu. 1942.

General note

Truesdell gift. On cover: drawing of female soldier saluting and winking

Scope and Content

Composers: Milton Drake, Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston
Box 2183

Lalawana Lullaby. 1921.

Scope and Content

Music: Robert Stark Words: Allen White
Box 390

Lament. 1959.

Box 2183

Lament For a Lover. 1960.

Scope and Content

Composer: Kokomo Wellington
Box 922

Lament of the Highborne. 2010.

Box 2183, Box 889

Lament To Love. 1941.

General note

five copies, different photograph on each cover: Les Brown, Henry Jerome, Jerry Wald, Russ Morgan, Chuck Foster

Scope and Content

Composer: Mel Torme
Box 25

Lamento Borincano (Cancion Tipica). 1931.

Box 391

Lamidbar - A Palmachnik Seeks the Morrow. 1949.

Box 2183

Lamp and a Chair (By the Fireside). 1935.

Scope and Content

Composers: J. Russel Robinson, Bill Livingston
Box 1087, Box 2177, Box 889, Box 2183

The Lamp Is Low. 1939.

Scope and Content

Composers: Peter De Rose, Bert Shefter, Mitchell Parish.
On covers: photographs of Howard Woods, Jack Teagarden, Henry King, Harry Marshard, Eric Sagerquist, Jan Savitt, Blue Barron, Ray Block, D'Artega, Clark Dennis, Woody Herman, Mickey Alpert.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ozzie Nelson
Box 889

Lamp Of Memory. 1927.

General note

on cover: photograph of Grace Johnston
Box 889

The Lamp Of Alladin. 1929.

General note

on cover: photograph of Art Gillham
Box 889, Box 2183

The Lamp Of Memory. 1939.

General note

two copies, one with photograph of Woody Herman on cover, other with photograph of the 3 Suns on cover.

Scope and Content

Music: Gonzalo Curiel Lyric: Al Stillman
Box 889, Box 2183

Lamplight. 1934.

General note

two copies, different covers

Scope and Content

Composer: James Shelton
Box 1147, Box 30, Box 2183

Lamplighter's Serenade. 1942.

General note

box su 12

Scope and Content

Music: Hoagy Carmichael Lyric: Paul Francis Webster
Box 30: photograph of Glenn Miller on cover
Box 889

Land Beyond The Sun. 1950.

General note

on cover: photograph of Sons of the Pioneers
Box 2183

Land I Love. 1948.

Scope and Content

Music: Domenico Savino Words: Harry Robert Wilson
Box 889

Land O' Lingo Blues. 1925.

Box 890

The Land O' Romance. 1922.

Box 2177

Land of a Million Smiles. 1923.

Scope and Content

Composer: Mrs. J.B. Penington
Box 807

Land of America. 1940.

Scope and Content

Composer: Gomer Joseph.
Box 889

The Land Of Broken Dreams. 1923.

General note

three copies
Box 889

The Land Of Bye And Bye. 1923.

Box 889, Box 2183

Land Of Cotton Blues. 1923.

Scope and Content

Composers: Geo. J. Bennett, .K. Jerome, Fred E. Ahlert
Box 2182

Land of Danger. 1955.

Scope and Content

Music: Matt Dennis Lyric: Reed Sherman
photocopy
Box 889

Land Of Dreams. 1919.

General note

two copies
Box 889

Land Of Dreams. 1954.

General note

on cover: photograph of Hugo Winterhalter
Box 2183

Land of Dreams. 1946.

Scope and Content

Composer: Don Reid
Box 889

(Call Me Back To Our) Land Of Dreams. 1927.

Box 889

Land Of Drowsy Waters. 1927.

Box 889

Land Of Evangeline. 1920.

Box 889

Land Of Hope And Glory. 1902.

Box 408

Land of Just Beyond. 1920.

Box 889

Land Of Liberty. 1940.

Box 889

Land Of Liberty. 1937.

Box 904

Land of Liberty. 1937.

creator: California-American Publishing Co..
creator: Harrison, Allen R.
creator: Leftwich, Vernon
Box 904

(Let's Keep America) The Land of Liberty.

creator: House O' the West.
creator: Royal, Charles E.
Box 889

Land Of Love (Come My Love And Live With Me). 1949.

General note

two copies, different covers. One with photograph of Nat "King" Cole on cover.
Box 889

Land Of Lullaby Dreams. 1921.

Box 889

Land Of Make-Believe. 1938.

General note

on cover: photograph of Sammy Kaye
Box 889

(Come To The) Land Of Make Believe. 1930.

General note

on cover: photograph of Paul Roberts
Box 889

The Land Of Liberty. 1939.

Box 2183

Land of Love (Come My Love and Live With Me). 1949.

Scope and Content

Composer: Eden Ahbez
Box 889

The Land Of Love And Happiness. 1920.

Box 889

The Land Of Lullaby (Go To Sleep My Pickaninny Babe). 1919.

Box 889

The Land Of Make-Believe. 1919.

Box 288

Land of Make-Believe. 1919.

creator: Duncan, William Cary, 1874-1945
creator: Johnstone, Alexander
creator: M. Witmark & Sons.

Scope and Content

From the production, "A Flood of Sunshine."
Box 889

The Land Of Make-Believe. 1938.

General note

on cover: photograph of Bob Stevens
Box 890

Land Of Mine. 1921.

Box 2183

Land of Mine. 1918.

Scope and Content

Music: James G. MacDermid Words: Wilbur D. Nesbit
Box 890

Land Of My Dreams. 1919.

Box 2183

Land of My Dreams. 1927.

Scope and Content

Music: Elizabeth Diller Lyric: George Diller
Box 294

Land of My Heart's Desire. 1919.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): Arthur Jackson, Herbert Spencer
From George White's Scandals of 1919
Box 890

Land Of My Sunset Dreams. 1923.

General note

seven copies
Box 890

Land Of Remembered Dreams. 1920.

Box 890

(Will You Meet Me In The) Land Of Siskiyou. 1927.

Box 890

The Land Of Sleepy Water. 1929.

General note

two copies, one with photograph of Guy Lombardo on cover, one without
Box 2183

Land of the Free. 1941.

Scope and Content

Music: Noel Marchant Lyric: Lee Ryer
Box 890

Land Of The Yellow Moon. 1926.

Box 890

The Land We Love. 1939.

Box 890

The Land Where The Roses Never Fade. 1917.

Box 397

Landlord. 1980.

General note

on cover: photograph of Gladys Knight and the Pips
Box 890, Box 2183

The Landlord Blues. 1919.

Scope and Content

Music: Al. Von Tilzer Words: Edward Laska
Box 2183

Landlord Blues. 1949.

Scope and Content

Composers: Ivory Joe Hunter, Alexander C. Sampe
Box 397

Landslide. 1976.

General note

on cover: photograph of Fleetwood Mac
Box 890, Box 2183

A Lane In Spain. 1926.

General note

15 copies

Scope and Content

Composers: Al. Lewis, Carmen Lombardo
Box 890

The Language Of Love. 1961.

Box 890

The Language Of Love. 1957.

General note

on cover: photograph of Cindy and Lindy
Box 890

The Language Of Love. 1932.

General note

two copies, different photographs on cover: Rudy Valée, Ozzie Nelson.
Box 890

The Language Of Love. 1929.

General note

four copies, one artist copy without cover, three with different photographs on the cover: Larry Funk, Rudy Vallée, Buddy Fisher
Box 548

Languid Man. 1898.

Scope and Content

Composers: Richard Stahl, Edmund Vance Cooke.
From A Day and a Night.
On cover: photograph of Otis Harlan.
Stanford gift.
Box 890

Lani Kai (Heavenly Sea). 1940.

Box 2183

Lani Kai (Heavenly Sea). 1939.

Scope and Content

Music: Sam Koki, Roland A. Ball Words: Frances Ball
Box 1179

Lanky Yankee Boys in Blue. 1908.

creator: F.B. Haviland Pub., Co..
creator: Madden, Edward
creator: Morse, Theodore

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy play, "Lonesome Town."
Box 890

Lannagin's Shillalah. 1941.

General note

on cover: photograph of the King's Men
Box 2183

Lantern Lights. 1969.

Scope and Content

Composer: Harold Spina
Box 890

(Glow Little) Lantern of Love. 1921.

General note

four copies on cover: picture of Nippo San of Japan
Box 807

Laughin on the Outside (Crying on the Inside). 1946.

Scope and Content

Composers: Ben Raleigh, Bernie Wayne.
On cover: photographs of Andy Russell and the Pied Pipers, Dinah Shore, Sammy Kaye, Teddy Walters, Vincent Lopez, Monica Lewis, Enoch Light, Jerry Wald and The Merry Macs.
Box 7

Lara's Theme From "Doctor Zhivago". 1965.

General note

Cover features photograph from the film.
Box 550

Larboard Watch.

Scope and Content

Composer: T. Williams.
Box 389

Laredo. 2000.

General note

Publisher no.: PVM01129 Mark Hybner

General note

SCB SZ 02-11
Box 890

The Large, Large House. 1955.

General note

on cover: photograph of Mike Pedicin Quintet
Box 854

Largo (From the New World Symphony). 1936.

creator: Calumet Music Co..
creator: Dvorák, Antonín, 1841-1904
creator: Glickman, Mort H., 1898-1952
Box 2183, Box 890

Laroo, Laroo, Lilli Bolero. 1948.

General note

Six copies, each with different cover. One without photograph on cover. Two different covers with photograph of Vic Damone. Two different covers with photograph of Perry Como. One with photograph of Frankie Carle on cover.

Scope and Content

Music: Sidney Kippman Words: Sylvia Dee, Elizabeth Moore
Box 2183

Larry Mulligan. 1894.

Scope and Content

Composer: Dave Reed Jr.
Box 890

Las Vegas. 1962.

General note

on cover: photograph of Damita Jo
Box 890

Las Vegas. 1954.

Box 890, Box 2183

Las Vegas. 1953.

Scope and Content

Music: Irving Fields Lyric: Marian Banks
Box 890

Las Vegas. 1951.

Box 2183, Box 890

The Lass With The Delicate Air. 1944.

General note

on cover: photograph of Evelyn Knight

Scope and Content

Music: Lou Singer Lyric: Hy Zaret
Box 30

Lassie O'Mine. 1917.

Scope and Content

Music: Edward J. Walt Words: Fred G. Bowles
Box 890

The Last Blues Song. 1973.

General note

on cover: photograph of Helen Reddy
Box 890

The Last Cent. 1929.

General note

on cover: photograph of Phil Napoleon & his Rosemont Orchestra
Box 415

Last Child. 1976.

General note

on cover: photograph of Aerosmith
Box 392

The Last Dance. 1959.

General note

Cover features photograph of Frank Sinatra.
Box 1203, Box 397

Last Dance. 1978.

creator: Jabara , Paul
creator: Primus Artists Music.

General note

on cover: photograph of Donna Summer
Box 1203

Last Dance.

Scope and Content

From the motion picture, "Thank God It's Friday."
Box 890

The Last Dance (Before We Part). 1929.

General note

two copies on cover: photograph of Gene Austin
Box 890

The Last Dance (Of The Ball). 1927.

Box 1077

Last Date. 1960.

Scope and Content

Composer: Floyd Cramer.
On cover: photograph of the composer.
Box 49

Last Day Of My Life. 2006.

General note

Publisher no.: 26149

General note

Words and music by Tim Ryan. Recorded by Phil Vassar.
Box 890

Last Dollar. 1930.

General note

on cover: photograph of Don Avlon
Box 1115

Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.). 2010.

Box 2173

Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.). 2010.

creator: Blanco, Benny
creator: Gottwald, Lukasz
creator: Martin, Max
creator: McKee, Bonnie
creator: Perry, Katy
creator: When I'm Rich You'll Be My Bitch.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Katy Perry.
Box 890

The Last Game Of The Season (The Blind Man In The Bleachers). 1973.

General note

on cover: photographs of Kenny Starr and David Geddes
Box 2177

Last Go Round Blues. 1922.

Scope and Content

Composer: Jimmy cox
Box 865

The Last Hour. 1917.

Box 2183, Box 890

The Last Kiss. 1926.

General note

on cover: photograph of Milton Watson

Scope and Content

Music: Ambrose Larsen Words: R. Lewis Towne
Box 2183

Last Letter. 1939.

Scope and Content

Composer: Rex Griffin
Box 920

Last Little Mile is the Longest: When You're Longing For Home Sweet Home.

General note

Box SU 23
Box 890

Last, Lonely And Wretched. 1971.

General note

on cover: photograph of Joan Baez
Box 354

Last Long Mile. 1917.

Scope and Content

Composer: Emil Breitenfeld.
From the musical comedy, Toot Toot.
Box 890

Last Love. 1955.

General note

on cover: photograph of Gordon Jenkins
Box 2183

Last Love. 1945.

Scope and Content

Music: Johnnie Caper Lyric: Cooper Paul
Box 2183

Last Man I'll Ever Lose. 1947.

Scope and Content

Composer: Bill Campbell
Box 890, Box 807, Box 2183

The Last Mile Home. 1949.

General note

four copies, three different covers photographs on cover: Jo Stafford, Bing Crosby, Sammy Kaye (two copies), Eddie Howard.
Composers: Walter Kent, Walton Farrar

Scope and Content

Composers: Walter Kent, Walton Farrar
Box 2183, Box 890

(Why Couldn't It Last) Last Night. 1939.

General note

21 copies, each with different photograph on cover (one without): Barry Winton, Waldo Mayo, the Ross Trio, the Jesters, Jimmy Walsh, Wayne Van Dyne, Jack Shannon, Ozzie Nelson, Lyn Murray, Glenn Miller, Bill McCune, Little Jack Little, Sammy Kaye, Woody Herman, Ted Fio Rito, Al Donahue, Ben Cutler, Del Courtney, Bubbles Becker, Blue Barron

Scope and Content

Music: Austen Croom-Johnson Lyrics: Nick Kenny, Charles Kenny
Box 807

Last Night.

Scope and Content

Composer: Hlafdan Rjerulf.
Box 553

Last Night.

Scope and Content

Composer: Halfdan Kjerulp
On item: Bromo Seltzer advertisements
Box 890

Last Night.

Box 890

Last Night. 1944.

General note

on cover: photograph of Peggy Marshall
Box 1077

Last Night. 1961.

Scope and Content

Composers: Charles Axton, Wayne Moman, Gilbert Caple, Floyd Newman, Jerry Smith.
Box 538

Last Night = Sehnsucht.

creator: Kjerulf, Halfdan, 1815-1868
creator: Lyon & Healy.

Scope and Content

SY 2118
Box 890

Last Night A Mircale Happened. 1939.

Box 2183

(I Only Wish I Had You With Me) Last Night, Honey. 1929.

Scope and Content

Composers: Joe McCarthy, Jimmie Monaco
Box 2183

Last Night I Dreamed of You. 1943.

Scope and Content

Composer: Wm. B. Richter
Box 890, Box 2183

Last Night I Dreamed You Kissed Me. 1928.

General note

two copies, different covers

Scope and Content

Music: Carmen Lombardo Lyric: Gus Kahn
Box 890, Box 2183

Last Night I Said A Prayer. 1941.

Scope and Content

Composers: Jack Fulton, Lee Erwin, Paul De Fur
Box 1087

Last Night in a Dream. 1947.

Scope and Content

Melody adapted from Mendelsohn's concerto.
Lyrics and adaptation by: Hi Pollock, Roger Genger, Jack Winograd.
On cover: photograph of Freddy Martin.
Box 2183

Last Night It Happened To Me. 1943.

Scope and Content

Music: Arthur Turkisher Words: Grace Maxine Bouret
Box 890, Box 2183

Last Night On The Back Porch (I Loved Her Best Of All). 1923.

General note

18 copies, 15 different covers eleven copies with photograph on cover: Margaret Young, Aileen Stanley, Joe Ryan, Larry Reilly, Harry Rappi, Patricola, Welder Sisters, Eddie White, Dolly Kay, Winne Lightner, Phil Vilani

Scope and Content

Composers: Lew Brown, Carl Schraubstader
Box 890

Last Night (When I Dreamed You Had Gone). 1920.

General note

two copies
Box 2183

Last Night Was the End of the World. 1912.

Scope and Content

Music: Harry Von Tilzer Lyric: Andrew B. Sterling
Box 865

Last Night When We Were Young. 1936.

Box 2183, Box 1091

Last Night's Gardenias. 1940.

General note

Box SU 14

Scope and Content

Composer: Sam Coslow
Box 397

Last of the Singing Cowboys. 1979.

General note

on cover: photograph of The Marshall Tucker Band
Box 2183, Box 890

Last Of The Rumbas (La Ultima Rumba). 1936.

General note

English lyric by Wyngard & Weitzner Spanish lyric by De Armo on cover: photograph of De Karlo
Music: De Karlo
Box 2183

(We'll Write) The Last Page of Mein Kampf. 1944.

Scope and Content

Composers: Jack B. Johnstone, Will Livernash
Box 890

The Last Rose From Your Wedding Bouquet. 1938.

General note

on cover: photograph of Chaw Mank and his Blue Ribbon Dance Band
Box 807

Last Rose of Summer. 1902.

Scope and Content

Composer: Engelman. From Martha.
On cover: photograph of Phil Baker.
Box 2177

Last Rose of Summer. 1935.

Scope and Content

Composer: Frederick Von Flotow
From Martha
On cover: photograph of Phil Baker
Box 1077

Last Rose of Summer. 1905.

Scope and Content

Composer: Benedict.
Box 30

Last Rose of Summer. 1925.

Scope and Content

From the opera, Martha, by Flotow
Arranger F. Henri Kleikmann
Words: Thomas Moore
Box 543

The Last Round Up. 1933.

General note

On cover: photograph of Billy Hill. 2 copies.Dudley gift.
Box 890

The Last Round-Up. 1940.

General note

five copies, three different covers one without photograph one with photographs of George Olsen and Joe Morrison three with photograph of Billy Hill
Box 890

Last Song. 1973.

Box 890

The Last Song And Dance. 1957.

General note

two copies on cover: photograph of Kay Starr
Box 20, Box 2183

The Last Thing I Want Is Your Pity. 1948.

General note

on cover: photograph of Charlie Spivak

Scope and Content

Composer: Frank Loesser
Box 456

The Last Thing on My Mind. 1999.

General note

SCB SZ 01-123
Box 890

The Last Thing On My Mind. 1969.

General note

on cover: photograph of Neil Diamond
Box 20

Last Time I Saw Her. 1971.

General note

on cover: photograph of Glen Campbell
Box 890

Last Time I Saw Him. 1974.

General note

on cover: photograph of Diana Ross
Box 2183

Last Time I Saw My Heart. 1958.

Scope and Content

Music: Burt F. Bacharach Words: Hal David
Box 890

The Last Time I Saw Paris. 1940.

General note

two copies, different covers and photographs on cover: photograph of Kate Smith, Hildegarde
Box 2183, Box 1203

Last Time I Saw Paris. 1940.

creator: Chappell & Co..
creator: Hammerstein, Oscar, II, 1895-1960
creator: Kern, Jerome, 1885-1945

Scope and Content

From the motion picture, "Lady Be Good." On cover: photographs of Eleanor Powell.
Box 1330

Last Time I Saw Paris. 1940.

Scope and Content

Words: Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd. Music: Jerome Kern.
On cover: photograph of Judy Garland.
Box 890, Box 2183

The Last Time I Saw You. 1945.

General note

on cover: photograph of Les Brown

Scope and Content

Composers: Marjorie Goetschius, Edna Osser
Box 890, Box 2183

The Last Trip On The Old Ship. 1939.

General note

two copies with differen covers on cover of one: photograph of Barry Winton

Scope and Content

Composers: John Redmond, Charles J. McCarthy, Lee David
Box 890, Box 2183

The Last Two Weeks In July. 1939.

General note

three copies, each with different photograph on cover: Al Donahue, Kay Kyser, Gray Gordon

Scope and Content

Music: Abel BAer Words: Sam L. Lewis
Box 891

The Last Waltz. 1967.

General note

on cover: photograph of Engelbert Humperdinck
Box 891

The Last Waltz. 1953.

General note

two copies, one without photograph, one with photograph of Webb Pierce on cover
Box 891

The Last Waltz With You (Was The Sweetest Waltz Of All). 1925.

General note

two copies with different photograph on cover: Jones & Hare, Edith Carpenter & Ingram Grace
Box 891

The Last Water Hole. 1951.

Box 406

The Last Word in Lonesome is Me. 1965.

General note

on cover: photograph of Eddie Arnold
Box 2183, Box 891

Last Year's Girl. 1933.

General note

four copies, each with different photograph on cover: George Olsen, Ozzie Nelson, Abe Lyman, Teddy Black

Scope and Content

Music: Louis Alter Lyric: Arthur Swanstrom
Box 891, Box 2183

Latch!. 1945.

General note

on cover: photographs of Freddie Mann and Randy Brooks

Scope and Content

Composers: Georgy Weiss, Cy Baker
Box 398

Late in the Evening: Easy Piano. 1980.

Box 891

Later On. 1919.

Box 30

Later Tonight. 1943.

Scope and Content

Music: Nacio Herb Brown Lyric: Leo Robin
From the motion picture: Wintertime
On cover: photographs of Sonja Henie, Jack oakie, Carole Landis, Cesar Romero and Woody Herman
Box 2183

(It's Always) Later Tonight. 1947.

Scope and Content

Lyrics: Maurice B. Brown
Box 891

Latin Magic. 1949.

Box 891

Latin Quarter Twist. 1962.

Box 2183

Laugh (Though You Feel You Want to Cry). 1952.

Scope and Content

Music: Larry Douglas Lyrics: Ivory Joe Hunter, Larry Douglas
Box 1164

A Laugh With a Tear In It. 1908.

Scope and Contents note

From: Ragged Robin.

General note

On cover: photograph of Chauncey Olcott.
Box 21, Box 2177

Laugh Clown Laugh. 1928.

creator: Fiorito, Ted, 1900-1971
creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..
Box 891

Laugh! Clown! Laugh!. 1928.

General note

four copies, two different covers
Box 859, Box 2183

Laugh Clown Laugh. 1928.

creator: Fiorito, Ted, 1900-1971
creator: Jerome H. Remick & Co..

Scope and Content

Composers: Lewis, Young, Fiorito
Box 2183

Laugh Is On Me.

Scope and Content

Composer: John Pennisi
Box 891

Laughin' At You. 1924.

General note

three copies
Box 392

Laughing Tony. 1943.

General note

From the Paramount motion picture "Dixie." Cover features a photograph of Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour.
Box 2177, Box 891

Laughing At Life. 1930.

Scope and Content

Music: "Cornell" Bob Todd Lyrics: Nick and Chas. Kenny

General note

Seven copies, different photograph on cover of each: Bert Lown (three copies), Marty Stone, Freddie Rich, Leo Reisman, Vincent Lopez
Box 1077

Laughiing Blues. 1919.

Scope and Content

Composers: Al Nunez, Anton Lada, Joe Cawley.
ON cover: photograph of The Louisiana Five.
Box 891

Laughing Boy. 1949.

General note

on cover: photograph of Buddy Stewart
Box 891

Laughing Eyes Don't You Cry. 1926.

Box 2183

Laughing It Off. 1966.

Scope and Content

Composer: John Ragsdale
Box 891

Laughing Marionette. 1929.

Box 29, Box 2183, Box 891

Laughing On The Outside (Crying On The Inside). 1946.

Scope and Content

Composers: Bernie Wayne, Ben Raleigh.

General note

Six copies. One without photograph on cover. One with photograph of the Four Aces on cover. Four with the following photographs on cover: Andy Russell and the Pied Pipers, Dinah Shore, Sammy Kaye, Teddy Walters, Vicnent Lopez, Monica Lewis, Jerry Wald, Enoch Light, the Merry Macs
Box 891

The Laughing Polka. 1952.

General note

on cover: photograph of Russ Morgan
Box 891

Laughing Rose. 1949.

Box 891

The Laughing Samba. 1945.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Andrews Sisters
Box 2183

Laughing Song. 1949.

Scope and Content

Composers: Bobby Burns, Jimmie Franklin
Box 891

Laughing Water (Ha, Ha, Ha). 1919.

Box 891

Laughing Water, Stop Your Crying. 1928.

General note

on cover: photograph of Arthur Nealy
Box 891

The Laugh's On Me. 1949.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Delta Rhythm Boys
Box 2183

Laugh's On Me. 1946.

Scope and Content

Composers: Jack Edwards, Duke Leonard, Sam Braverman
Box 415

Laughter in the Rain. 1974.

General note

on cover: photograph of Neil Sedaka
Box 415

Laughter in the Rain: Made Easy for Organ. 1975.

General note

on cover: picture of two faded purple piano keyboards
Box 891

Laughter In The Afternoon. 1935.

General note

two copies, different covers
Box 891

Laughter In The Rain. 1974.

General note

on cover: photograph of Neil Sedaka
Box 891

The Laughter And The Tears. 1973.

General note

on cover: photograph of Nancy Wilson
Box 2183

Laughter in the Afternoon. 1935.

Scope and Content

Composers: Stanely Adams, James Cavanaugh, Larry Stock
Box 2183

Laughter In Your Eyes. 1941.

Scope and Content

Music: Lee Wainer Lyric: Don Roberts
Box 891

Laura. 1933.

General note

on cover: photograph of Meredith Leckrone, Harold Garret autograph
Box 859

Laura. 1973.

creator: Mercer, Johnny
creator: Raksin, David
Box 560, Box 1330

Laura. 1945.

creator: Mercer, Johnny
creator: Raksin, David
creator: Twentieth Century Music Corporation.

Scope and Content

On covers: photographs of Dick Haymes and Gene Tierney, Ted Weems. From the motion picture of the same title.
Box 2183

Laura Ann. 1941.

Scope and Content

Composer: Clare Harrington
Box 494

Laura Palmer's Theme. 1990.

Scope and Contents note

Love theme from the television series, "Twin Peaks."

General note

SCB SZTV 90-8
Box 891

Laurel. 1965.

Box 891

Lauretta. 1928.

General note

two copies
Box 2183

Lavender Coffin. 1949.

Scope and Content

Composer: Shirley Albert
Box 551

Lavender Gown. 1925.

Scope and Content

Composer: Cecil Cameron
Box 2183

Law is Comin' Fer Ya, Paw. 1948.

Scope and Content

Composers: Sid Tepper, Roy Brodsky
Box 891

Lawd Amighty, Pappy. 1941.

Box 2183, Box 909

Lawd, I Give You My Children. 1934.

General note

Box SU 44

Scope and Content

Music: Bernie Hanighen Words: Johnny Mercer
Box 2183

Lawd, You Made the Night Too Long. 1932.

Scope and Content

Music: Victor Young Lyric: Sam M. Lewis
Box 891

Lawdy, What A Gal. 1948.

General note

on cover: photograph of Merle Travis
Box 1182

Lawn Tennis. 1919.

creator: Chappell & Co..
creator: Greenbank, Percy, 1878-1968
creator: Rolt, Bernard

Scope and Content

From the musical play, "The Girl For the Boy."
Box 22

Lawrence Wright's 36th Song And Dance Album. 1935.

General note

on cover: photograph of Sydney Kyte
Box 412

Lay Down Sally. 1978.

General note

on cover: photograph of Eric Clapton
Box 891

Lay Down (Candles In The Rain). 1970.

General note

on cover: photograph of Melanie
Box 891

Lay Down The Gun. 1959.

General note

on cover: photograph of Glaser Brothers and Tompall
Box 29, Box 891

Lay Down Your Arms. 1956.

Scope and Content

Composers: Leon Land, Ake Gerhard, Paddy Roberts.

General note

two copies on cover: photograph of Anne Shelton
Box 2177

Lay Low Lizzie. 1922.

Scope and Content

Music: Billy Pierce Lyrics: Stuart Brauer.
On cover: photograph of Nubby Brauer in black face.
Box 2183

Lay Me Down to Sleep in Carolina. 1926.

Scope and Content

Music: Milton Ager Words: Jack Yellen
Box 23, Box 2183

Lay My Head Beneath A Rose. 1926.

Scope and Content

Music: G. Falkenstein Words: W. Madison
Box 891

Lay My Head Beneath A Rose. 1936.

Box 891, Box 2183

Lay Somethin' On The Bar (Besides Your Elbows). 1951.

General note

on cover: photograph of Louis Jordan

Scope and Content

Composers: Billy Austin, Sheldon Smith
Box 2183

Lay Your Head On My Shoulder. 1933.

Scope and Content

Composers: Con Conrad, Sam Coslow, Jimmy Campbell
Box 891

Lay Your Head Upon My Shoulder (When You Cry). 1947.

General note

on cover: photograph of Lois Nettles
Box 891

Lay Your Little Head On My Shoulder. 1949.

General note

on cover: photograph of Foy Willing
Box 1091

Lay Your Head on My Shoulder.

General note

Box SU 14
Box 406

Lay, Lady, Lay. 1969.

General note

on cover: photograph of Bob Dylan
Box 412

Layla. 1970.

General note

on cover: photograph of Derek and the Dominos
Box 2183, Box 891

Lazy. 1924.

General note

two copies, different photograph on each: Jack Lewis and his Orchestra, Ben Bernie and his Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra

Scope and Content

Composer: Irving Berlin
Box 1157

Lazy.

General note

Box SU 9
Box 2183

Lazy. 1924.

Box 1115

Lazy -- Little Rendezvous In Honolulu.

General note

Box NSO 12
Box 891

Lazy As The Day Is Long. 1951.

General note

on cover: photograph of Guy Lombardo
Box 807

Lazy Bayou Blues. 1984.

Scope and Content

Composer: Lynn Freeman Olson.
Box 2183

Lazy Bill. 1898.

Scope and Content

Composer: A.B. Sloane
Box 2183

Lazy Blues. 1947.

Scope and Content

Composer: Thad Stevens
Box 2183

Lazy Buckaroo. 1947.

Scope and Content

Composer: Betty Deane
Box 1077

Lazy Daddy. 1946.

Scope and Content

Composers: D.J. La Rocca, Larry Shields, Henry Ragas.
Box 891

Lazy Day. 1967.

General note

on cover: photograph of Spanky & Our Gang
Box 891

Lazy Day. 1952.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ella Fitzgerald
Box 891

Lazy Day. 1932.

General note

American lyrics by Gus Kahn American melody by Grace Le Boy-Kahn English lyrics by Earl Martin English melody by George Posford on cover: photograph of Isham Jones
Box 891, Box 2183

A Lazy Day In The Sun (Just Readin', Fishin', Dreamin'). 1934.

General note

Two copies. One without photograph, one with photograph of Eric Sagerquist

Scope and Content

Composers: Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman
Box 891

Lazy Dreams. 1960.

Box 891

Lazy Gondolier. 1955.

General note

on cover: photograph of Mantovani
Box 891

Lazy Holiday. 1944.

Box 891

Lazy John. 1947.

Box 891

Lazy Kentucky Moon. 1930.

General note

on cover: Berton Bellis autograph
Box 2183

Lazy Lack-a-Daisy Melody. 1940.

Scope and Content

Music: Jim Blade Lyric: Jack Lawrence
Box 891

Lazy Lady Boogie (Lazy Lady Blues). 1946.

General note

two copies on cover: photograph of Count Basie
Box 891

(I Know A) Lazy Lane. 1930.

General note

three copies on cover: photograph of Eddie Lane
Box 891

Lazy Little Me. 1948.

General note

on cover: photograph of Artie Shaw
Box 891

Lazy Louisiana Moon. 1948.

Box 2183, Box 920

Lazy Lou'siana Moon. 1930.

General note

Box SU 23

Scope and Content

Composer: Walter Donaldson
Box 891

Lazy Mary. 1958.

General note

two copies English words by Lou Monte Italian words and music by Paolo Citorello on cover: photograph of Lou Monte
Box 2183

Lazy Mary, Will You Get Up (Before the Sun Goes Down). 1946.

Scope and Content

Composers: Duke Leonard, Al Lewis, Harry Jentes
Box 891

Lazy Mississippi. 1920.

General note

three copies
Box 2183

Lazy Mississippi Moon. 1941.

Scope and Content

Composer: Kennedy Nelson
Box 909, Box 2183

(Love's Got Me in a) Lazy Mood. 1947.

General note

Box SU 44

Scope and Content

Music: Eddie Miller Words: Johnny Mercer
Box 2183

Lazy Moon. 1942.

Scope and Content

Music: Lew Porter Words: Johnny Lange
Box 2183

Lazy Moon. 1930.

Scope and Content

Music: Rosamond Johnson Words: Bob Cole.
Box 2183

Lazy Mornin'. 1949.

Scope and Content

Music: Earl "Fatha" Hines Lyric: Walter Melrose
Box 2183

Lazy Morning. 1947.

Scope and Content

Composer: Fred Rose
Box 2183

Lazy Pickaninny. 1934.

Scope and Content

Composers: L. Wolfe Gilbert, Lucky Wilber.
Box 891

Lazy Rhapsody. 1943.

Box 1077

Lazy Rhapsody. 1929.

Scope and Content

Composer: Howard Jackson.
Box 2, Box 2183

Lazy River. 1931.

General note

Words and music by Haogy Carmichael and Sidney Arodin. Cover features a photograph of Tommy Reynolds.
Box 41, Box 1147

Lazy River. 1931.

General note

box su 12

Scope and Content

Composers: Hoagy Carmichael, Sidney Arodin.
Box 891

Lazy River. 1931.

General note

Three copies, each with different cover. One without photograph on cover, tow with: Ted Weems, Hoagy Carmichael
Box 891, Box 2183

Lazy River (Flowing To The Southland). 1926.

General note

Four copies, each with different cover. One without photograph, three with: Russ Wildery & Bill Sheehan, Mathew Phalen, Carl Caul

Scope and Content

Composers: Cal Devoll, Dave Manley, Dudley Mecum.
Box 891

Lazy River Reverie. 1934.

General note

on cover: photograph of Phil Harris
Box 891

Lazy Serenade. 1949.

Box 891

Lazy Silv'ry Moon. 1932.

Box 1115

The Lazy Song. 2010.

Box 2183

Lazy Summer Evening. 1938.

Scope and Content

Composer: Ralph King
Box 2183

Lazy Summer Moon. 1936.

Scope and Content

Composers: Johnny Muldowney, Larry Yoell, Jack Shilkret
Box 891

Lazy Waters. 1931.

General note

on cover: photograph of Julian Woodworth
Box 2183

Lazy Waters. 1924.

Scope and Content

Music: Joe Sanders Words: Gus Kahn
Box 891

Lazy Waves Of Nassau. 1936.

General note

on cover: photograph of Lou Breese
Box 891

Lazy Weather. 1936.

Box 2183, Box 891

Lazy Weather. 1927.

General note

two copies

Scope and Content

Music: Peter de Rose Lyric: Jo Trent
Box 891

Lazyacre Lullaby. 1960.

Box 909

Lazybones.

General note

Box SU 44
Box 2183, Box 2

Lazybones. 1933.

General note

Words and music by Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Mercer. Cover features a photograph of Guy Lombardo.
Box 891

Lazybones. 1933.

General note

four copies, three different covers. on cover: photograph of Mildred Bailey (two different photos on two different copies), Casa Loma Orchestra (two copies, same photo)
Box 1147

Lazybones.

General note

box su 12
Box 555

Lazybones. 1933.

creator: Carmichael, Hoagy, 1899-1981
creator: Mercer, Johnny
creator: Southern Music Pub. Co., Inc..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of the Casa Loma Orchestra.
Box 854

Lazybones. 1933.

creator: Carmichael, Hoagy, 1899-1981
creator: Mercer, Johnny
creator: Southern Music Pub. Co., Inc..

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Ted Weems.
Box 807

Lazybones. 1933.

Scope and Content

Composers: Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael.
On cover: photograph of Mildred Bailey.
Box 20

Le Soleil Ca Vient D'Italie. 1972.

General note

on cover: photograph of Yves Heuze
Box 418

Le Ven M'A Dit Une Chanson.

General note

on cover: photograph of Zarah Leander. from the motion picture "La Habanera." 2 copies.
Box 391

Le'or Hazichronot. 1951.

Box 622

Lead Kindly Light. 1935.

General note

SCB SY 1143
Box 807

Lead, Kindly Light. 1942.

Scope and Content

Composers: J.B. Dykes, John H. Newman.
Box 891

Lead Me To That Rock. 1948.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Four Knights
Box 891

Lead To My Heart. 1932.

General note

on cover: photograph of Josephine Culbertson
Box 399

Leader of the Pack. 1964.

Box 891

Leading Me On. 1925.

Box 891

The League Triumphant. 1920.

Box 390

Lean On Me: Very Easy Piano Arrangement. 1987.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dan Coates
Box 412

Lean On Me. 1972.

General note

on cover: photograph of Bill Withers
Box 858

Lean On Me. 1972.

General note

on cover: picture of piano keyboard
Box 891

Lean On Me. 1972.

Box 2183, Box 891

Leanin' On The Ole Top Rail. 1939.

General note

15 copies, 14 with photographs on cover: Bobby Byrne, George Auld, Teddy Powell, Joe Sanders, Ozzie Nelson, Russ Morgan, "Deke" Moffitt, Waldo Mayo, Henry King, Art Kassel, Chuck Foster, Shep Fields, Eddy Duchin, Blue Barron

Scope and Content

Composers: Nick Kenny, Charles Kenny
Box 891

Leaning On The Lamp Post. 1966.

General note

on cover: photograph of Herman's Hermits
Box 891

Leap For A Man, Girls It's Leap Year. 1920.

Box 891

The Leap Year Waltz. 1943.

Box 891

Leaping Lena!. 1928.

Box 2183

Learn a Little Latin Lingo. 1941.

Scope and Content

Composers: James Cavanaugh, John Redmond, Nat Simon
Box 66

Learn to be Lovely. 1935.

General note

From the Paramount motion picture, "Collegiate." Cover features a photograph of Joe Penner, Jack Oakie, Ned Sparks and Frances Langford.
Box 66

Learn to Croon. 1933.

General note

From the Paramount motion picture, "College Humor." 2 copies (different covers).
Box 1091

Learn to Croon.

General note

Box SU 14
Box 2183

Learn To Lose. 1952.

Scope and Content

Composer: Terry Gilkyson
Box 2182

Learn to Love. 1985.

Scope and Content

Music: Matt Dennis Lyric: Bobby Troup
photocopy
Box 20

Learnin' My Latin. 1956.

Box 563, Box 20

Learnin' the Blues. 1955.

Scope and Content

Composer: Dolores "Vicki" Silvers

General note

on cover: photograph of Frank Sinatra
Box 891

Learning. 1920.

General note

on cover: photograph of Sophie Tucker
Box 891

Learning. 1958.

General note

on cover: drawing of Xavier Cugat
Box 891

Learning. 1932.

General note

on cover: photograph of Tommy Weir
Box 891

Learning (I'm In Love With You). 1925.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dan Gregory
Box 2183

Learning (To Love You). 1927.

Scope and Content

Music: Earle S. Smith Words: Frank E. Miller
Box 891

(I'm) Learning (To Love You). 1921.

Box 2183

Learning Latin (From Latin Songs0. 1946.

Scope and Content

Composer: Facundo Rivero English Lyric: Benjamin Blossner
Box 891

Learning To Love. 1955.

General note

on cover: photograph of Peggy King
Box 397

Leather and Lace. 1981.

General note

on cover: photograph of Stevie Nicks
Box 891

Leave A Little Love Dream. 1932.

Box 891

Leave It To Love. 1948.

General note

on cover: photograph of Perry Como
Box 2183

Leave it To Love. 1949.

Scope and Content

Music: Irving Szathmary Lyric: Lee Berke
Box 2183

Leave it To Me To Remember. 1944.

Scope and Content

Composers: Tom Waring, Jack Dolph
Box 891

Leave It To The Moon. 1927.

General note

on cover: photograph of Vivian Ingraham
Box 891

Leave It To Your Heart. 1954.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Ames Brothers
Box 1091, Box 2183

Leave Me a Beautiful Melody. 1929.

General note

Box SU 14

Scope and Content

Music: Sam Coslow Words: Larry Spier
Box 891

Leave Me Alone. 1961.

Box 891

Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress). 1973.

General note

on cover: photograph of Helen Reddy
Box 390

Leave Me Lonely. 1986.

General note

on cover: photograph of Gary Morris
Box 891

Leave Me This Little Ring. 1954.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ramblin' Red Ross
Box 22

Leave Me With A Smile. 1921.

Box 891, Box 2183, Box 807

Leave Me With A Smile. 1921.

General note

12 copies, two different covers

Scope and Content

Composers: Earl Burtnett, Chas. Koehler.
Box 891

Leave My Woman Alone. 1956.

Box 2183

Leave Me Your Love When You're Gone. 1920.

Scope and Content

Composer: Fred Fisher
Box 560

Leave on a Greyhound Bus. 1945.

Scope and Content

Composers: Ralph Blane, Kay Thompson, George Stoll.
From the motion picture, No Leave, No Love.
On cover: photographs of Van Johnson, Pat Kirkwood.
Box 2183, Box 1321

Leave the Dishes in the Sink Ma. 1945.

Scope and Content

Composers: Jones, Berle, Doyle

Scope and Content

Composer: Spike Jones, Milton Berle, Gene Doyle
Box 892

Leave the Door Partly Open. 1955.

Box 892

Leave The Laughing To Me. 1957.

Box 2183

Leave Us Face It (We're In Love). 1944.

Scope and Content

On cover: Lyrics, words and malady wrote by "Archie" of "Duffy's Tavern aided and indebted by Abe Burrows and Frank Loesser
Box 892

Leave Us Go Root For The Dodgers, Rodgers. 1942.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Dodgers baseball team
Box 259

Leave Well Enough Alone. 1957.

Box 892

The Leaves Mustn't Fall. 1950.

General note

on cover: photograph of Moon Mullican
Box 892

The Leaves of Love. 1966.

Box 892

Leavin' Town. 1946.

Box 406

Leaving on a Jet Plane. 1969.

General note

on cover: photograph of Peter, Paul and Mary
Box 892

Leaving on a Jet Plane. 1969.

General note

on cover: photograph of Peter, Paul and Mary
Box 415

Leaving, on a Jet Plane. 1971.

General note

on cover: photograph of John Denver
Box 15

(The Closer It Gets To) Leaving Time (The Harder it is to Go). 1908.

creator: Dempsey, James E., 1876-1918
Box 892

Left All Alone with My Dreams. 1928.

General note

With ukulele arrangement by A. J. Franchini.
Box 2183

Left My Gal in the Mountains. 1959.

Scope and Content

Composer: Carson Robison
Box 892, Box 29

Left Right Out Of Your Heart (Hi-Lee Hi-Lo Hi-Lup-Up-Up). 1958.

Scope and Content

Composer: Mort Garson, Earl Shuman.

General note

on cover: photograph of Patti Page
Box 892

(I'd Be) A Legend in My Time. 1960.

General note

on cover: photograph of Don Gibson
Box 2183

Legend of a Girl Child Linda. 1967.

Scope and Content

Composer: Donovan Leitch
Box 2183

Legend of the Robin's Red Breast. 1941.

Scope and Content

Composer: Bradley Kincaid, Blanche Preston Jones
Box 397

The Legend of Wooley Swamp. 1980.

General note

on cover: photograph of The Charlie Daniels Band
Box 622

Legion Forever. 1928.

General note

SCB SY 1162
Box 1141

Legion Girl.

Scope and Content

Composer: Roy T. Burke
On cover: The Foreign Legion's $100,000 prize ballad.
Box 892

The Legion on Parade. 1932.

Box 2183

Legionnaire. 1932.

Scope and Content

Composer: Louis S. Niezgodzki
Dedicated to all ex-service men.
Box 892

The Legionnaire Hymn. 1946.

General note

First page reads "Dedicated to the American Legion of the U.S.A. / Adapted by the 17th Dist., Sept. 20th, 1946, Los Angeles, Calif."
Box 892

Lei Lani ("Wreath of Heaven"). 1927.

General note

With ukulele arrangement by May Singhi Breen.
Box 892

Lei-Mana. 1942.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ray Kinney
Box 2183

Leicester Square Rag. 1950.

Scope and Content

Composer: Harry Roy
Box 892

Leilani (Hawaiian Lullaby Song). 1936.

Box 2183

Lemme Outa Here. 1947.

Scope and Content

Composer: Lee Penny, Ken Curtis
Box 2183

Lemon Drops, Lollipops and Sunbeams. 1976.

Scope and Content

Music: Charlie Fox Lyric: Sammy Cahn, Melvin Frank
Box 22

A Lemon In The Garden Of Love. 1906.

General note

from Geo. Edwards's "The Spring Chicken"
Box 892

A Lemon in the Garden of Love. 1906.

Box 2183

Lemon in the Garden of Love. 1934.

Scope and Content

Music: Richard Carle Lyric: M.E. Rourke
Box 892

Lemon Twist. 1956.

Box 892

Lemon Twist. 1956.

General note

on cover: photograph of Bobby Troup
Box 657

Lena. 1866.

Scope and Contents note

Piano variations on "Beautiful Lena."

General note

HOG Clarence H. Hogue Collection SCB SY 1318
Box 2183

(La la la la la la la) Lena. 1947.

Scope and Content

Composers: Fred Patrick, Claude Reese, Jack Val
Box 892

Lena, My Sweet Verbena. 1933.

Box 892, Box 2183

Lend Me Your Eyes, Pretty Baby. 1928.

General note

on cover: photograph of Jack Cohen and Marty Joyce

Scope and Content

Composers: Alfred Bryan, Al Sherman
Box 892

Lend Your Leisure to Your N.R.C. (Dedicated to the Men and Women of Northrop Aircraft). 1954.

General note

The back cover features a photograph of the Pied Pipers, who recorded the song on Capitol.
Box 2183

Lenora. 1929.

Scope and Content

Music: Victor Young Lyric: Mark Fisher
On cover: photograph of Mark Fisher
Box 892

Lenore (Waltz Song). 1930.

Box 2183

Lenore. 1921.

Scope and Content

Music: C.F. Besche, H.S. Johnson Lyric: Gus Kahn
Box 2183

Lenox Avenue Blues. 1927.

Scope and Content

Composers: Mamie Smith, Lew Porter
Box 397

Leona. 1975.

General note

on cover: photograph of Wet Willie
Box 538

Leonore. 1897.

creator: Bingham, Clifton, 1859-1913
creator: McKinley Music Co..
creator: Trotere, H.

Scope and Content

Sy 2112
Box 892

Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat. 1966.

General note

on cover: photograph of Bob Dylan
Box 406

Leprechaun Lulaby. 1949.

Box 2183

Leroy. 1958.

Scope and Content

Composer: Jack Scott
Box 2183

Less Than a Heartbeat Apart. 1946.

Scope and Content

Music: Lionel Newman Lyric: Don George
Box 892

Less Than Tomorrow (But More Than Yesterday). 1953.

General note

on cover: photograph of Hamish Menzies
Box 892

The Lesson. 1967.

General note

on cover: photograph of Vikki Carr
Box 892

Lest You Forget. 1923.

General note

on cover: photograph of Joan Zafaro
Box 2183, Box 892

Let A Little Pleasure Interfere With Business. 1931.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ernie Vallee

Scope and Content

Composer: Little Jack Little
Box 2183

Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella On a Rainy Day. 1927.

Scope and Content

Music: Sammy Fain Words: Irving Kahal, Francis Wheeler
Box 892

Let By-Gones Be By-Gones. 1946.

General note

on cover: photograph of Perry Como
Box 2183

Let By-Gones Be By-Gones (And Let Us Be Sweethearts Again). 1941.

Scope and Content

Music: Bert Grant Words: Harry Williams, Joe Young
Box 892

Let Come What May. 1945.

General note

Piano arrangement by Chuck Kraemer.
Box 2183, Box 892

Let Come What May. 1941.

General note

Back cover features specimen page of "I'm Allergic To Love" (1941), composed by Julian Eichler.

Scope and Content

Music: Leo Ascher Words: Marynelle Williams
Box 892

Let 'Em in. 1976.

General note

on cover: photograph of the Wings
Box 2183

Let 'Er Go. 1937.

Scope and Content

Composers: Larry Clinton, Julian Kay
Box 2183

Let Ev'ry Day Be Mother's Day. 1916.

Scope and Content

Composer: Sam H. Stept
Box 892

Let Freedom Ring. 1943.

General note

Piano score by Eddie Gordon. On cover: photograph of Max Condon.
Box 892

Let Freedom Ring. 1940.

Box 2183

Let Freedom Ring. 1976.

Scope and Content

Composer: Henry Tobias
Based on "Hail to the Chief" by James Sanderson
Box 892

Let Her Go. 1948.

General note

Words and music also by Irving Bibo. On cover: photograph of Art Mooney.
Box 2172

Let Her Go. 2012.

creator: Rosenberg, Michael David
creator: Sony/ATV Music Publishing.
Box 2183

Let Her Go. 1933.

Scope and Content

Composers: Tommy Tucker, Kerwin Somerville, Irving Bibo
Box 892

Let Her In. 1972.

General note

on cover: photograph of John Travolta. song was recorded by Travolta on Midland Int'l Records.
Box 386

Let Her Not Be Beautiful (You Are All That's Beautiful). 1963.

Scope and Content

Composers: Martin Charnin, Vernon Duke
Featured in Zenda
Box 892

Let Him Go, Let Him Tarry. 1945.

General note

on cover: photograph of Evelyn Knight
Box 2183

Let Him Go, Let Him Tarry. 1944.

Scope and Content

Composers: Cliff Gordon, Max Maurice, Carl Yale
Box 1715

Let It Alone. 1906.

Scope and Content

Lyric: Alex Rogers Music: Bert A. Williams
On cover: Photograph of Bert Williams in black face
Box 27

Let It Be. 1970.

Box 892

Let It Be. 1952.

General note

Also composed by Henri Woode. On cover: photograph of Leo Brown.
Box 892

Let It Be. 1970.

Box 2183

Let It Be. 1946.

Scope and Content

Composers: Charles Carpenter, Jimmie Woode, Henri Woode
Box 470

Let it be Christmas. 2002.

General note

Publisher no.: HL00352561

General note

recorded by Alan Jackson on Arista Records.
Box 892, Box 2183

Let It Be Me = Je T'Appartiens. 1960.

General note

English lyric by Mann Curtis French lyric by Pierre Delanoe on cover: photograph of Don and Phil Everly
Box 49

Let It Go. 2007.

General note

Publisher no.: HL00353679

General note

Words and music also by Melissa Elliott, Cainon Lamb, Jack Night, Kimberly Jones, and James Mtune. Recorded by Keyshia Cole.
Box 2183

Let it Go. 1941.

Scope and Content

Composer: Kenn Sisson
Box 2172

Let It Go. 2013.

creator: Anderson-Lopez, Kristen
creator: Lopez, Robert, 1975-
creator: Wonderland Music Company, Inc..

Scope and Content

From the motion picture, Frozen.
Box 892

Let It Rain. 1958.

General note

on cover: photograph of Johnny Mathis
Box 2183, Box 892

Let It Rain. 1924.

Scope and Content

Composers: James Kendis, Hal Dyson
Box 2173

Let It Rain. 2011.

creator: Nail, David
creator: Scrambler Music.
creator: Singleton, Jonathan

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of David Nail.
Box 2183, Box 920

Let it Rain, Let it Pour: I'll be in Virginia in the Morning. 1925.

General note

Box SU 23

Scope and Content

Music: Walter Donaldson Worlds: Cliff Friend
Box 2183, Box 1328

Let it Ring. 1955.

Scope and Content

Composers: Joan Edwards, Lyn Duddy.
On cover: photograph of Doris Day.
Box 2183, Box 892, Box 807

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!. 1955.

General note

Many copies photographs on cover of: Griff Williams, Les Brown, Hal McIntyre, Woody Herman, Vaughn Monroe, Chuck Foster (two copies)
Composers: Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn.

Scope and Content

Music: Jule Styne Lyric: Sammy Cahn
Box 795

Let it Snow! Let It Snow! Let it Snow!. 1945.

Scope and Content

Music: Jule Styne Lyric: Sammy Cahn
On cover: photograph of Bing Crosby
Box 2183

Let Love Carry On. 1941.

Scope and Content

Music: Claude Lapham Words: Diane Carroll
Box 2183

Let Me (Deixa). 1963.

Scope and Content

Music: Baden Powell Lyric: Norman Gimbel
Box 397

Let Me Be Your Angel. 1980.

General note

on cover: photograph of Stacy Lattisaw
Box 2173

Let Me Be Your Star. 2011.

creator: Shaiman, Marc
creator: Winding Brook Way Music.
creator: Wittman, Scott

Scope and Content

Performed on the television program, Smash.
Box 406

Let Me Be Lonely. 1970.

General note

2 copies
Box 406

Let Me Be the One. 1970.

Box 892

Let Me Be The First To Kiss You Good Morning (And The Last To Kiss You Good Night). 1924.

General note

four copies
Box 892, Box 2183

Let Me Be The One. 1935.

General note

two copies, different covers

Scope and Content

Music: Charles Bates Words: Kay Twomey
Box 892

Let Me Be There. 1973.

General note

on cover: photograph of Olivia Newton-John
Box 892

Let Me Be Your Baby. 1978.

Box 892

Let Me Be Your Eyes. 1973.

General note

on cover: photograph of Timmy Thomas
Box 892

Let Me Be Your Lover. 1934.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dell Campo
Box 892

Let Me Be Your Rain-Beau. 1922.

General note

two copies with different covers
Box 892

Let Me Be Your Sweetheart Once Again. 1946.

General note

two copies, one without photograph, one with photograph of the Andrews Sisters on cover
Box 892

Let Me Belong To You. 1961.

Box 2183, Box 892

Let Me Borrow An Hour Of Tomorrow. 1938.

General note

on cover: photograph of Sammy Kaye

Scope and Content

Music: Oscar Levant Lyric: Stanley Adams
Box 2183, Box 20

Let Me Call You Mine. 1934.

Scope and Content

Composers: Wendell Hall, Howard Johnson
Box 892

Let Me Call You Mine. 1934.

Box 2183, Box 545

Let Me Call You Sweetheart. 1910.

Scope and Content

Composers: Beth Slater Whitson, Leo Friedman.
Box 892

Let Me Call You Sweetheart (I'm In Love With You). 1937.

General note

16 copies, six different covers
Box 2183

Let Me Day Dream. 1937.

Scope and Content

Music: Walter Donaldson Lyric: Bob Wright, Chet Forrest
Box 892

Let Me Down Easy. 1977.

General note

on cover: photograph of Christy Lane
Box 892

Let Me Dream. 1938.

General note

on cover: photograph of Count Basie & the Mills Brothers
Box 2183

Let Me Dream. 1931.

Scope and Content

Adapted from Gen. Charles G. Dawes' "Melody in A Major." Don Wilson, lyric and arrangement
Box 2183

Let Me Dream of Havana. 1936.

Scope and Content

Music: Mabel Wayne Lyric: Marty Symes
Box 1087

Let Me Dream On. 1940.

Scope and Content

From theme of Glazounov concerto.
Music: Alex Templeton. Lyric: Neville Fleeson.
Box 920

Let Me Day Dream.

General note

Box SU 23
Box 1115

Let Me Down Easy. 2010.

General note

On cover: photograph of Billy Currington.
Box 865

Let Me Entertain You. 1959.

Scope and Contents note

From the show, "Gypsy."
Box 892

Let Me Fix Your Tie. 1930.

Box 892

Let Me Forget. 1928.

Box 892

Let Me Give You One Last Kiss. 1956.

Box 397

Let Me Go. 1982.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ray Parker, Jr.
Box 601

Let Me Go Back. 1904.

Scope and Content

Composers: Ben. M. Jerome; Chas. S. Taylor.
From The Royal Chef.
Box 892

Let Me Go, Devil!. 1953.

Box 397

Let Me Go, Love. 1980.

General note

on cover: photograph of Nicolette Larson
Box 26

Let Me Go, Lover!. 1953.

General note

On cover: photograph of Joan Weber
Box 2183, Box 892

Let Me Go, Lover!. 1953.

General note

five copies, four different covers. On cover of one copy: photograph of Joan Weber

Scope and Content

Composer: Jenny Lou Carson
Box 892

Let Me Hold You In My Arms (Before We Say Good-Bye). 1927.

Box 2183

Let Me Hear You Say "I Love You". 1949.

Scope and Content

Composer: Claude Casey, J.W. Pitts
Box 892

Let Me Hear You Sing Again. 1946.

General note

on cover: photograph of Joyce Marcheta Foreman
Box 2183, Box 892

Let Me Hum A Hymn To Her Tonight. 1931.

General note

three copies

Scope and Content

Music: Little Jack Little Words: Joe Young
On back: Since an Angel Like Mary Loves a Devil Like Me
Box 2183, Box 807, Box 892

Let Me In. 1951.

Scope and Content

Composer: Bob Merrill.

Scope and Content

Composer: Bob Merrill
Box 2183

Let Me Keep My Memories. 1943.

Scope and Content

Composer: Ken "Shorty" Carson
Box 892

Let Me Know. 1953.

General note

on cover: photograph of Slim Willet
Box 892

Let Me Lead The Way. 1958.

Box 892, Box 1141

Let Me Linger Longer In Your Arms. 1924.

Scope and Content

Lyric: Cliff Friend Music: Ael Baer

General note

three copies, two different covers on cover of once copy: photograph of Eva Shirley
Box 2183

Let Me Linger Longer In Your Arms. 1925.

Scope and Content

Music: Abel Baer Lyric: Cliff Friend
Box 892

Let Me Live And Love You (Just For To-Night). 1926.

General note

on cover: photograph of Nick Lucas
Box 2183

Let Me Love Again. 1953.

Scope and Content

Composer: Lee Ferebee
Box 892, Box 2183

Let Me Love You. 1955.

Scope and Content

Composer: Bart Howard
Box 2173

Let Me Love You. 2012.

creator: Di Scala, Mike
creator: Eriksen, Mikkel
creator: Hadfield, Mark Paul
creator: Hermansen, Tor Erik
creator: Sia (Singer)
creator: Smith, Shaffer
creator: Universal Music.

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Ne-Yo
Box 2183

Let Me Love You. 1953.

Scope and Content

Composers: Jay Livingston, Ray Evans
Box 892

Let Me Love You Once Again. 1934.

Box 892

Let Me Love You Once Before You Go. 1975.

General note

on cover: photograph of Barbara Fairchild
Box 892, Box 2183

Let Me Love You To-Night = No Te Importe Saber. 1941.

General note

18 copies, 17 with different picture on cover: Don Pedro, Lawrence Welk and Jayne Walton, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Richards, Liza Morrow, Don McGrane, Chucho Martinez, Vincent Lopez, Sammy Kaye, Eddie Heywood, De Marlos, Alan Dale, Xavier Cugat, Les Brown, Joan Brooks, Carol Ames, Paul Allen

Scope and Content

Music: Rene Touzet Lyric: Mitchell Parish
Box 892

Let Me Make Love To You. 1975.

General note

on cover: photograph of the O'Jays
Box 892

Let Me Miss You Sweet Papa. 1923.

General note

on cover: photograph of Vaughn De Leath
Box 892

Let Me Off Uptown. 1941.

Box 892, Box 2183

Let Me Out Of The Stable. 1950.

Scope and Content

Composer: Ralph H. Beittel.

General note

on cover: photograph of Rosalind Paige
Box 892

Let Me Remember. 1924.

Box 904

Let Me Ride the Range. 1945.

creator: Canterbury Publications.
creator: Canterbury, Alice
Box 398

Let Me Serenade You. 1973.

General note

on cover: photograph of Three Dog Night
Box 892

Let Me Shake The Hand That Shook The Hand Of Sullivan. 1944.

Box 892

Let Me Show You The Way To Happyland. 1926.

Box 892

Let Me Sing A Hymn To Her Tonight. 1931.

Box 859

Let Me Sing and I'm Happy. 1929.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..

Scope and Content

From the Columbia Pictures motion picture, "The Jolson Story."
Box 2183

Let Me Smile My Last Smile At You. 1941.

Scope and Content

Composers: Cliff Bruner, Jimmie Davis
Box 2183

Let Me Straddle a Saddle All Day. 1946.

Scope and Content

Composer: Wendell Hall
Box 892

Let Me Take You By The Hand. 1960.

General note

on cover: photograph of Sonny Clements
Box 892

Let Me Turn To Dust In Dixie. 1924.

Box 2183, Box 20

Let Me Whisper. 1938.

Scope and Content

Composers: Electo Rosell, Manuel Del Rio, Richard Gasparre
Box 892

Let Me Whisper. 1938.

General note

American lyric by Edward Heyman
Box 1179

Let Me Worship at Your Shrine. 1907.

creator: Ball, Ernest R., 1878-1927
creator: Klein, Manuel, 1876-1919
creator: M. Witmark & Sons.

Scope and Content

From the musical comedy play, "Lonesome Town."
Box 2183

Let My Conscience Be Your Guide. 1937.

Scope and Content

Music: Harold Mooney Lyric: Al Stillman
Box 892

Let My Home Be Your Home. 1924.

Box 2183

Let My Sweetie Out of Jail. 1943.

Scope and Content

Composers: J.D.Thompson, Roscoe Barnhart, Russ Hull
Box 2183, Box 892

Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way. 1951.

General note

on cover: photograph of Carl Smith

Scope and Content

Composers: Loys Southerland, Louie Clark
Box 2183

Let Some Love in Your Heart. 1958.

Scope and Content

Composer: Danny Overbea
Box 892

Let That Be A Lesson To You. 1932.

General note

four copies, each with different photograph on cover: Isham Jones (two copies), Arthur Jarrett, Ben Bernie
Box 795

Let the Rest of the World Go By. 1919.

Scope and Content

Lyric: J. Keirn Brennan Music: Ernest R. Ball
Box 412

Let The River Run: Easy Piano Arrangement. 1989.

General note

theme from the motion picture "Working Girl." on cover: photograph of Dan Coates
Box 412

Let the Song Last Forever. 1978.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dan Hill
Box 543

Let the Rest of the World Go By. 1919.

General note

Dudley gift.
Box 891

Let The Bells Keep Ringing. 1958.

Box 892

Let The End Of The World Come Tomorrow (As Long As You Love Me Today). 1926.

General note

two copies
Box 892

Let The Fire Fall. 1952.

Box 892

Let The Four Winds Blow. 1961.

General note

on cover: photograph of Fats Domino
Box 892

Let The Good Things Happen. 1949.

General note

on cover: photograph of Evelyn Knight
Box 892

Let The Good Times Roll. 1960.

Box 1169

Let the Great Big World Keep Turning. 1917.

creator: Ayer, Nat D., 1887-1952
creator: B. Feldman & Co..
creator: Grey, Clifford, 1887-1941

Scope and Content

From the production, "The Bing Girls Are There."
Box 601

Let the Roses Tell My Story. 1909.

Scope and Content

Composers: Al. Stevenson, Olive chapman, Clarice Manning.
On cover: photograph of Ruby Bridges.
Box 892

Let The Rest Of The World Go By. 1919.

General note

five copies, two different covers
Box 894

Let The Song Last Forever. 1978.

General note

on cover: photograph of Dan Hill
Box 894

Let The Sun Shine In. 1961.

Box 894

Let The U.N. Banner Be Unfurled (To All The Nations Of The World). 1953.

Box 894

Let Them Sleep. 1926.

Box 894

Let Them Talk. 1959.

Box 1312

Let There Be Dancing in Israel. 1975.

Scope and Content

Composer: Eve Golden.
Box 2183

Let the World Be Full of Sunshine. 1954.

Scope and Content

Music: Hans Carste Lyric: Mitchell Parish
Box 1077

Let There Be Drums. 1961.

Scope and Content

Composers: Sandy Nelson, Richard Podolor.
On cover: photograph of Sandy Nelson.
Box 543

Let There Be Love. 1940.

General note

Dudley gift.
Box 2183, Box 894

Let There Be Love. 1940.

General note

Eight copies, photographs on the cover of five: Tony Sacco, Mal Hallett, Joni James, Abe Lyman

Scope and Content

Music: Lionel Rand Lyric: Ian Grant
Box 2138

Let There Be Love. 1939.

Scope and Content

Music: Arthur Johnston Words: Charles Tobias
Box 894

Let There Be Peace On Earth (Let It Begin With Me). 1955.

General note

three copies, each with different cover
Box 894

Let There Be You. 1956.

General note

three copies, each with different cover
Box 2183

Let Us Be Friends. 1946.

Scope and Content

Composers: Buck Nation, Tex Atchison
Box 894

Let Us Be Sweethearts Again. 1924.

Box 894, Box 2183

Let Us Be Sweethearts To-night. 1929.

Scope and Content

Music: Pete Wendling Lyric: Jack Meskill
Box 2183

Let Us Both Be Fair. 1945.

Scope and Content

Composer: Rusty Marion
Box 1170

Let Us Find a Cosey Little Nook. 1911.

creator: Heuberger, Richard, 1850-1914
creator: Rosenfeld, Sydney
creator: T.B. Harms Company.

Scope and Content

From the comedy, "The Opera Ball." On cover: photograph of Marie Cahill.
Box 894

Let Us Forgive And Forget. 1919.

Box 354

Let Us Gather at the Goal Line. 1946.

Scope and Content

Composer(s): George Marion, Jr., Sammy Fain
From the musical production: Toplitzky of Notre Dame.
Box 622

Let Us Have Peace. 1939.

General note

SCB SY 1144
Box 412

Let Us Love. 1972.

General note

on cover: photograph of Bill Withers
Box 807

Let Us Not Forget. 1947.

Scope and Content

Composer: Harry Robert Wilson (on cover)
Box 1716

Let Us Say a Prayer For Daddy. 1917.

Scope and Content

Composer: Lew Schaeffer
Box 2183

Let Us Sing Unto Their Majesties. 1935.

Scope and Content

Music: Peter Maurice Lyric: James Kennedy
Box 894

Let Us Waltz As We Say Goodbye. 1934.

General note

Sixteen copies, ten different covers with photographs on cover: Pat Barnes, Lee Sims, Geo. C. Goforth, Eddie Hanson, Lewis Meehan, Rosell Sisters, Henri Therrien, Rose Vanderbosch
Box 2183

Let Us Waltz As We Say Goodbye. 1925.

Scope and Content

Composer: Art. L. Beiner
Box 1189

Let Well Enough Alone. 1886.

creator: F.A. North & Company.
creator: Meyer, Louis

Scope and Content

From, "Crazy Patch."
Box 2183, Box 894

Let Your Heart Make Up Your Mind. 1935.

General note

on cover: photograph of Jerry Cooper

Scope and Content

Composer: Irving Caesar, Sammy Lerner, Gerald Marks
Box 2183

Let Your Heart Play the Part. 1942.

Scope and Content

Music: Elliot Carpenter Words: Rand Brooks
Box 894

Let Your Lips Tell Me. 1961.

General note

German Lyric by Kurt Feltz. English Lyric by Irving Caesar
Box 894

Let Your Love Walk In. 1955.

General note

on cover: photograph of the De Castro Sisters
Box 894

Let Your Smile Be Like The Sunshine.

General note

two copies, different covers
Box 2165

Let's. 1947.

Scope and Content

Composer: Jimmy Combs
Box 2165, Box 1717

Let's All Be Americans Now. 1917.

Scope and Content

Music: Irving Berlin Lyric: Edgar Leslie
Box 2165, Box 894

Let's All Be Good Pals Together. 1919.

Scope and Content

Music: Ernie Erdman Lyric: Benny Davis

General note

three copies on cover: photograph of Frances Kennedy
Box 1717

Let's All Do Something (Uncle Sammy Wants Us Now). 1917.

Scope and Content

Composers: Arthur Lange, Andrew Sterling, Starmer
Box 894

Let's All Get Together. 1924.

Box 550, Box 2165

Let's All Go Up to Maud's. 1904.

Scope and Content

Music: Kerry Mills Lyric: Joseph C. Farrell
Box 392

Let's All Meet At My House. 1958.

Box 894

Let's All Play Geography. 1937.

General note

two copies, different covers
Box 894

Let's All Say A Prayer Tonight. 1953.

Box 1315

Let's All Sing a Song For Christmas. 1955.

creator: Garland Music, Inc..
creator: Kapp, David, 1904-1976
creator: Skylar, Sunny

Scope and Content

On cover: photograph of Dennis James.
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's All Sing Like The Birdies Sing. 1932.

General note

five copies, three different covers

Scope and Content

Music: Tolchard Evans Words: Robert Harbreaves, Stanley J. Damerell
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's All Sing Together. 1940.

Scope and Content

Composers: Joe Audino, Nick Di Rocco, Bill Keeshan

General note

three copies, each with different photograph on cover: Glenn Miller, Kay Kyser, Guy Lombardo,
Box 2165

Let's All Take Another Drink. 1945.

Scope and Content

Composer: Nick Morris
Box 2165

Let's All Vote Republican. 1952.

Scope and Content

Composer: Walter E. Schneider
Box 2165

Let's Always Count the Sunbeams (And Let the Raindrops Fall). 1928.

Scope and Content

Composer: W. R. Williams
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Be Dreamers (In Love). 1932.

Scope and Content

Music: Martin Broones Lyric: Raymond B. Egan
Box 894, Box 2165, Box 807

Let's Be Sweethearts Again. 1947.

General note

Composers: Jerry Marlowe, Eddie Maxwell.
Box 2165

Let's Be Sweethearts Again. 1946.

Scope and Content

Composers: Jimmie Davis, Vaughn Horton
Box 2165

Let's Be Sweethearts Again. 1941.

Scope and Content

Composers: Lottie and Maurice Wells
Box 2165, Box 894

Let's Be Thankful. 1934.

Scope and Content

Composers: Renee Russell, Ben Oakland, Gordon Clifford

General note

three copies, different photographs on each cover: the Heat Waves, Gertrude Niesen, Stanley Myers
Box 2165

Let's Be the Same Old Sweethearts. 1933.

Scope and Content

Composers: Henry Olson, Morris Olson
Box 894

Let's Beat Out Some Love. 1943.

General note

two copies, different covers on cover of one copy: photograph of Louie Jordan
Box 894

Let's Begin Again. 1937.

Box 894

Let's Begin The Happy Ending. 1935.

General note

on cover: photograph of Harv and Esther
Box 894

Let's Bend An Elbow. 1933.

General note

on cover: photograph of Reis and Dunn
Box 894

Let's Both Say We're Sorry. 1934.

General note

on cover: photograph of Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie
Box 894

Let's Bowl (The Bowling Song). 1953.

General note

on cover: photograph of Larry Vincent
Box 894

Let's Break The Good News. 1938.

Box 875

Let's Bring New Glory To Old Glory. 1942.

General note

Truesdell gift.
Box 859

Let's Bring New Glory to Old Glory. 1942.

creator: Gordon, Mack, 1904-1959
creator: Twentieth Century Music Corporation.
creator: Warren, Harry
Box 2165

Let's Build a Brand New Liberty Bell. 1942.

Scope and Content

Composers: George A. Little, Larry Shay
Box 2165

Let's Buzz.

Scope and Content

Music: Theodore Morse Words: D.A. Esrom
Box 2165

Let's Call a Dream a Dream. 1941.

Scope and Content

Music: Berkely Graham Lyric: Carley Mills
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Call It All A Dream. 1934.

Scope and Content

Composers: Ted Powell, Lew Pollack, Paul Francis Webster

General note

two copies, different photographs on cover: Ruth Etting, Abe Lyman
Box 894

Let's Capture Our Rapture Today. 1944.

General note

on cover: photographs of Johnny Long and Marilyn Day
Box 2165

Let's Celebrate Our Love. 1943.

Scope and Content

Music: Lillian Bogulslawski Lyric: Marjoie Sherman
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Cook Up Some Jive. 1945.

Scope and Content

Composer: Karl Johnson

General note

on cover: photograph of Zenith Sisters
Box 894

Let's Dance. 1936.

General note

on cover: photograph of Del Courtney
Box 894

Let's Dance. 1922.

Box 894

Let's Dance And Dream. 1936.

Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Dance The Old Fashioned Waltz. 1931.

Scope and Content

Composers: Milt Taggart, Lyle Smith, Henri Gendron
Box 894

Let's Dance Tonight. 1942.

Box 20

Let's Dine Alone Tonight. 1936.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ruth Sylvia Keil
Box 894

Let's Dine Alone Tonight. 1936.

General note

on cover: photograph of Ruth Sylvia Keil
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Disappear. 1939.

Scope and Content

Music: Paul Mann, Stephan Weiss Words: Sammy Cahn

General note

two copies, different covers
Box 563

Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love). 1954.

Scope and Content

Composer: Cole Porter
Box 397

Let's Do It Again. 1975.

General note

on cover: photograph of The Staple Singers
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Do It Again. 1950.

General note

two copies, different photographs on cover: Guy Lombardo, Frankie Carle

Scope and Content

Composers: Desmond O'Connor, Ray Hartley
Box 64

Let's Do It, Let's Fall In Love. 1953.

General note

From the motion picture "Can-Can," starring Frank Sinatra, Shirley McLaine, Maurice Chevalier, and Louis Jordan.
Box 2165, Box 894

Let's Do Something About It. 1939.

General note

on cover: photograph of Pinky Tomlin

Scope and Content

Composers: "Pinky" Tomlin, Harry Tobias.
Box 2165, Box 894

Let's Do Something Diff'rent Tonight. 1930.

Scope and Content

Composers: Billy Frisch, Otto Motzan
Box 1265, Box 894

Let's Don't 'N Say We Did. 1929.

Scope and Content

Music: Leon Flatow Lyric: Phil Ponce
Box 2165

Let's Draw Straws. 1940.

Scope and Content

Music: Robert Braine Lyric: Eugene Conrad
Box 894

Let's Dream. 1929.

Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Dream This One Out. 1940.

Scope and Content

Music: Robert Reed Lyric: Ed. F. Lanning
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Dream Together. 1953.

Scope and Content

Music: Peter De Rose Lyric: Otto Harbach
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Dress For Dinner Tonight. 1934.

Scope and Content

Music: Abner Silver Words: Mack David

General note

on cover: photograph of Little Jackie Heller
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Drift Away On Dreamer's Bay. 1931.

General note

two copies

Scope and Content

Composers: Harold Spina, George McConnell
Box 894

Let's Drink To Happiness. 1953.

General note

on cover: photograph of Guy Lombardo
Box 859

Let's Face the Music and Dance. 1936.

creator: Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
creator: Irving Berlin, Inc..

Scope and Content

From the RKO motion picture, "Follow the Fleet." On cover: photograph of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
Box 543

Let's Face the Music and Dance. 1936.

General note

Dudley gift.
Box 894

Let's Fall In Love Again. 1951.

Box 2165

Let's Fill the Old Oaken Bucket With Love. 1914.

Scope and Content

Music: James Kendis, Jack Wells Words: Alfred Bryan
Box 909

Let's Fly.

General note

Box SU 44
Box 2165

Let's Forget. 1926.

Scope and Content

Music: Richard Whiting Lyric: Al Lewis
Box 991

Let's Forget (and be Sweethearts Again).

General note

Box SU 67
Box 2165, Box 894

Let's Forgive And Forget (And Start Over Again). 1926.

Scope and Content

Composers: Max C. Freedman, Don Traveline

General note

two copies, different photograph on cover: Frank Richardson, Olive O'Neil
Box 894

Let's Forgive, Let Us Love And Forget. 1918.

Box 894

Let's Gather 'Round The Old Piano. 1934.

Box 894

Let's Get A Hit (For Ol' L.A.). 1957.

General note

Milo Sweet signature on cover
Box 2182, Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Get Away From It All. 1941.

Scope and Content

Music: Matt Dennis Lyric: Tom Adair

General note

four copies,three different covers
Box 397

Let's Get Crazy Tonight. 1978.

General note

on cover: photograph of Rupert Holmes
Box 399

Let's Get Crazy Tonight. 1978.

Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Get Friendly. 1931.

General note

seven copies

Scope and Content

Music: Dan Dougherty Words: Jack Yellin, Sid Silvers
Box 2165

Let's Get Goin. 1942.

Scope and Content

Composer: Glen Hurley
Box 894

Let's Get It On. 1973.

General note

on cover: photograph of Marvin Gaye
Box 894

Let's Get It Over. 1944.

Box 471

Let's Get Married. 2000.

General note

Publisher no.: HL00352180
Box 894

Let's Get Married. 1946.

General note

on cover: photograph of Gloria Hart
Box 2165

(What D'ya Say) Let's Get Married. 1930.

Scope and Content

Music: Abner Siver Words: Mack Gordon
Box 2165

Let's Get the Guy Who Blows the Bugle. 1942.

Scope and Content

Composers: Ira Sloane, Mart Fryberg
Box 876

Let's Get Together.

General note

Truesdell gift. On cover: drawing of an American and an Englishman shaking hands
Box 2165

Let's Get Together. 1941.

Scope and Content

Music: Warren Lewis Lyrics: Jerry Bowne
Box 894, Box 2165

Let's Get Together. 1941.

Scope and Content

Music: Geoffrey O'Hara Words: John W. Bratton
Box 2165

Let's Give Franklin D. a Helping Hand. 1942.

Scope and Content

Composer: Otis Renee
Box 2165, Box 894

Let's Give Love Another Chance. 1933.

Scope and Content

Composers: Carmen Lombardo, Herb. Magidson, Sam H. Stept

General note

four copies, different covers
Box 66

Let's Give Three Cheers for Love. 1934.

General note

From the Paramount motion picture, "College Rhythm." 3 copies (different covers). One cover features photographs of Joe Penner, Lanny Ross, Jack Oakie, and Helen Mack.
Box 397

Let's Go. 1979.

General note