By Lou Davis & Fred Coots. Theme song from Paramounts production "The shopworn angel". Photo of Gary Cooper & Nancy Carroll. Cover art by Leff & Deco.pages are loose. and cover is in average condition. See photo.
By Herman Ruby, Bud Green,& Sammy Stept. Theme song from the talking motion picture "Syncopation".Cover photo of Morton Downey who sung and did the screenplay. Average condition, few small tears , corner off, see photo.
By Carolyn Leigh & Johnny Richards. Photo of Frank Sinatra on cover. pretty good condition, one small tear.
By Bob Merril,Signed and framed photo of Patti Page. Cover by Barbelle. Nice condition, see photo.
From The movie Carolina Blues. Photo of Kaye Kyser Victor Moore & Ann Miller. Lyrics & music by Sammy Kahn & Jule Styne. Very good condition, see photo.
From the Warner Brothers movie " Mr. Dodd takes the air". By Harry Warren, and Al Dubin. Photo of Kenny Baker, Frank McHugh,Alice Brady,Gertrude Michael,& Jane Wyman. Cover in very nice condition, starting to seperate at the spine.
From Irving Berlins Movie "On the Avenue". Photo of Dick Powell & Alice Faye. Very good condition. Penciled name lightly on cover.
From Walter Wangers motion picture "Vogues of 1938" with Warner Baxter & Joan Bennet.A cover full of stars. Music by Lew Brown & Sammy Fain.Cover in pretty nice shape, see photo
By Pee Wee King & Redd Stewart. Featured by Patti Page. Full cover photo of her. Country/Western. Real nice condition.
By Hank Williams, recorded for Colombia records by Tony Bennet. Picture of Tony Bennet on cover. Very good condition.Country music.
Photo of Rudy Vallee on the cover. Words & music by Benee Russell. Pretty fair condition.Clear tape on spine and some wear on edges, see photo.
From the movie "because you're mine" Full cover of Doretta Morrow & Mario Lanza. Music by Sammy Cahn & Nicholas Brodsky. Very nice condition.
By Al Dubin, & Harry Warren. 1933 movie: Footlight Parade. Photos of James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Dick Powell, & Ruby Keeler. Cover artist Jorj Harris. Pretty nice condition coming apart at spine fold, not noticeable when framing. Name in pencil.