Great WWI music selection by Irving Berlin. Uncle Sam on the cover leading the song and band. Inset photo of Weston and Fields. Cover art by Pfeiffer. Good condition with a couple of small tears, rough edges, and 1 tiny missing upper right corner.(see picture)Could be trimmed. Nice vivid colors.Would be beautiful framed.
A big song hit of "Passing Show of 1917" at the New York Winter Garden. Great oversized sheet music with wonderful war time illustration on the cover by R.S. Very good condition.
A rare 1918 WWI sheet music selection for the collector. "Just like Washington crossed the Delaware, General Pershing will cross the Rhine". Photo of general Pershing and background illustration of Washington crossing the Delaware. Oversized and in great condition!! Words by Howard Johnson, and music by George W. Meyer. Theme suggested by Elinore & Williams.
Nice oversized sheet music for the patriot. Music by John A.Heaton & lyrics by Ross F. McKenna. Three marching men on the cover with flag flying proudly. Great to frame also. Nice condition!
Patriotic WWII cover art on this music with a featured cover photo of Blue Baron. Words by Kermit Goell and music by Mabel Wayne. Nice condition.
Music from 1945 WWII era. Feature photo of Kay Armen, surrounded by caracatures of men from alll branches of the military.Cover art by Barbelle.I'M Gonna love that Guy (like he's never been loved before) Words and music by Kay Ash. Good condition
Song suggested by the slogan of The New York World.Let the flag fly. Words and music by L. Wolfe Gilbert. Mr Gilbert quoted said "Let every day be flag day" Good average condition. wear on the edges with soft tears. All intact, and would be wonderful framed.
Just a babys prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there). Music dating 1918 WWI era.cover illustration is good, but edges are rough,could be trimmed, all intact.Cover artist Barbelle. Would be nice framed too.
Great old WWI era sheet music with a soldier and his girl on the cover. Lyric by Raymond B. Egan and music by Richard A. Whiting. Very good condition for music of this age. A little wear.
Irving Berlins bugle song from 1918. This is a dedication copy to private Howard Friend, the guy in the cot next to him. Inst photo of Herbert Clifton on the cover along with the illustration of the bugle player. Cover artist Barbelle. WWI Good condition other than wear on corners and a watermark on the left corner. (priced accordingly).
Old sheet music from 1917. Cover artist Barbelle. Oversized music. Words by Alfred Bryan and Willie Weston, music by Jack Wells. Average condition. No rips.
Nice copy of the music selection reintroduced in 1942 by Kate Smith. Originally published in 1917. Lyric by Kim Gannon, and music by Frank Weldon. WWII music.Kate Smith cover photo. IM-HO cover artisrty. Very good condition.
Perfect condition on this 1942 WWII sheet music. This one even has the Buy War Bonds stamp on the cover. By Lucky Rogers and Andy Razaf.Cover art by Barbelle.
Nice cover photo of a young Kate Smith on this WWII music selection. Buy war bonds stamp on the cover also. Words and music by Kay Twomey and Al Goodhart. Cover art by IM-HO. Cover in pretty nice condition. A little wear on the edges.
Cover art by IM HO. Buy United States War Savings Bonds and Stamps logo on the cover also. Words and music by Edgar De Large, and Sam H. Stept. Great condition.
Wonderful collection of 19 favorite songs in this 33 page book full of home photos of the famous pair during their transition into the armed forces and 19 songs, Good condition, a little wear in places on the cover, but all intact and clean.Email for more photos.
This famous song selection is from the army recruiting services, and depicts the picture "Over hill-over dale for its cover picture. Words and music by Edmund L. Gruber. This famous song was writen by an officer of the U.S.Army and was dedicated to the field artillery and is recognized as one of the most famous army marches of all times. Good condition other than a light watermark at the top and a little foxing at the edge.WWI
Cole Porter music and lyrics to this famoussong from the presentation Hollywood Canteen. WWII music era. Many stars depicted on the cover of this selection,Barbara Stanwyk, Andrews sisters, Bette Davis,Kitty Carlilse & others. Very good condition.