Col sheet music from 1944. Cover by Barbelle. This selection is Bell Bottom Trousers by Moe Jaffe. Four singing Sailors dance across the cover of this music. Nice condition, but pages are seperated.
Great old WW1 cover by Pfeiffer. After the War is over, will there be any "Home Sweet Home" from 1917. All intact,oversize music, a few tears, and a hand written name in pencil. but would be nice framed.
Old over sized music from WW1 war era. Nice cover art of a soldier looking at a picture from home. Not in real good shape. The edges are ragged. All music is there. Could be cropped a little and framed. A great sentimental piece of war music. Hard title to find. Words and music by Al Sweet.
WOW!! great piece of music with an Al Jolson cover.From the 1918 production SINBAD. words by Harold Atteridge and music by Jean Schwartz and AL Jolson. Very good condition other than an upper corner bend. Barbelle cover artistry.
Issued by permission of the United States Marine Corps publicity bureau. Words by Sergt. Bernard S.Barron and music by Gus Edwards. Cover art by J Montgomery Flaee. The cover drawing has the man in the same stance as the Al Jolson cover of this same music. THis one is not from the movie but from the USMC. Very nice condition. Light pencil price on the lower right corner.
Cute cover on this 1942 WW11 music selection. Lyric by Irving Taylor and music by Vic Mizzy. Very good condition.
Cute little song from WW11 about a girl and her sailor boy. Cover art by Barbelle of four singing sailors. Words and music by Moe Jaffe. Nice average condition. A little worn on the corners. Would be cute framed.
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.
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
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.