Inventory of the Giacinta Bradley Kootz Aviation Sheet Music Collection SPC.2019.038

Karen Clemons
California State University Dominguez Hills, Gerth Archives and Special Collections
2019-10-28
University Library South -5039 (Fifth Floor)
1000 E. Victoria St.
Carson, CA 90747
archives@csudh.edu


Contributing Institution: California State University Dominguez Hills, Gerth Archives and Special Collections
Title: Giacinta Bradley Kootz Aviation Sheet Music Collection
Identifier/Call Number: SPC.2019.038
Physical Description: 1 box
Physical Description: 2.08 Linear Feet
Date (inclusive): 1905-1927
Abstract: This collection contains seventeen pieces of sheet music featuring songs with aviation-related themes from the start of the 20th century. Also included are two felt banners which are reproductions of banners created for the International Aviation Meet, Nassau Boulevard L.I. held in 1911; and Belmont Club of America, Belmont Park Aero Meet held in 1910.
Language of Material: English .

Conditions Governing Access

There are no access restrictions on this collection.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Director of Archives and Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical materials and not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Preferred Citation

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Scope and Contents

The Giacinta Bradley Kootz Aviation Sheet Music Collection (1905-1927) contains seventeen pieces of sheet music featuring songs with aviation-related themes from the start of the 20th century. Includes music for songs such as "Come Take a Trip in My Air Ship"; "Volpane Waltzes"; "My Skylark Love"; and others. Also included are two felt banners which are reproductions of banners created for the International Aviation Meet, Nassau Boulevard L.I. held in 1911; and Belmont Club of America, Belmont Park Aero Meet held in 1910.

Related Materials

For material related to aviation please consult the Northrop Millar Collection, Vernon Johns Family Papers, Aviation Magazine, 1910 Los Angeles International Aviation Meet Research Collection, 1910 Los Angeles International Aviation Meet Research Digital Collection  and Mary Nolf Diaries and Correspondence for a diary entry regarding the 1910 airmeet.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Aeronautics -- Competitions
Navigation (Aeronautics)
Long Island (N.Y.)
Music -- 20th century

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"Come Take a Trip in My Air Ship". Introduced and Sung by Ethel Robinson. Composed by Geo. Evans and Ren. Shields 1905

Language of Material: English.
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"Wonderland- That's the Place for Me!". By Bert Potter 1906

Language of Material: English.
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"That's What We All Say- Let me Down Easy- Or the Machineryman". Words and Music by Tom Farrel. Sung by the Stars of Vaudeville 1906

Language of Material: English.
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"Beautiful Jane in My Aeroplane" Words and Music by Florence Chambers composer of "A Soldiers Last Farewell" etc. 1909

Language of Material: English.
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"Take me Up With You Dearie". Words by Junie McCree. Music by Albert VonTilzer 1909

Language of Material: English.
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"Way Up in an Aeroplane". Dedicated to the Harvard Aeronautical Society. Words and Music by A. Farmer 1910

Language of Material: English.
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"Aviation Waltz". Composed by C.A. Gouf 1911

Language of Material: English.
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"Up and Doing, March Twostep". By Marion Arlington, Composer of "Flamingo" etc. 1912

Language of Material: English.
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"The Aeroplane Rag and Two-Step" by Jack Glogau, Composer of "King Sol" march; "Golden Knight" march; "The Pace That Kills" etc. 1913

Language of Material: English.
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"My Skylark Love" lyric by Geo. H. Bowles, music by Lucien Denni (two copies with different covers. One copy incomplete) 1914

Language of Material: English.
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"Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France". Big Song Hit of "Passing Show of 1917" at N.Y. Winter Carden. Words by C. Francis Reisner and Benny Davis. Music by Billy Baskette 1917

Language of Material: English.
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"Volpane Waltzes" by Vivian Burnett 1917

Language of Material: English.
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"In My Irish Aeroplane Song". Lyric by Stanley Murphy. Music by Harry Tierney 1917

Language of Material: English.
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"Hippity Hop". Words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young. Music by Walter Donaldson (three copies; two with different covers) 1919

Language of Material: English.
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"Wait Till You Get Them Up in the Air Boys". Words by Lew Brown. Music by Albert VonTilzer 1919

Language of Material: English.
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"Lucky Lindy!". Words by L. Wolfe Gilbert. Music by Abel Baer. "Dedicated to the Mother of Lucky Lindy" 1927

Language of Material: English.
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"I'll Get By (As Long as I Have You)". Featured in "A Guy Named Joe" with Irene Dunne and Spencer Tracey. Lyric by Roy Turk. Music by Fred Ahlert 1928

Language of Material: English.
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Belmont Club of America, Belmont Park Aero Meet [felt banner] 1910

Language of Material: English.
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International Aviation Meet, Nassau Boulevard L.I. [felt banner] 1911

Language of Material: English.