Uncle Sam, red, White, and Blue. words and music by Irving Berlin. This is the theme song of the National Defense Savings Program. For U.S.Savings Bonds and Stamps. Copyright by Henry Morgenthau, Jr. Secretary of the treasury, Washington, D.C. Very good condition. One staple and a small tear(not noticeable if framing)
Music ,1953. A piano solo by Violet Reiser.The Boston music company, Boston Mass. A nice cover on this selection with an indian, which I believe is an Iroquois, arms stretched upward, with a thunderbird background. Lovely indian illustration. Very nice condition.
Music that was recorded by the legendary Nat King Cole.(Cover photo). Music and words by Cy Coleman and Joseph Allen McCarthy. Good condition other than two handwritten names on the cover.
Words and music by Stan Jones.1949. Cover photo featured is Peggy Lee. Very good condition.
Another collection of the Original Hank Williams favorite songs. A collection of 21 of the greatest vintage hillbilly and counrty songs of all time.Listed on cover. 47 pages. Not the best condition, as it has been well used over the years. A collection of photos of Hank and his family, tours ect. Even a picture of him and little Bocephus.(Hank jr) Music and lyrics, with photos. Email for more photos.
36 page collection of songs and photos of Webb Pierce and his Wondering Boys. Filled with great pictures. If your interest is true vintage country music songs, this is a great collection. Music and words to each song. Pretty good condition. Normal wear.All pages are intact and clean also.Email me for a photo of contents page.
Riders in the Sky, The cowboy legend. words and music by Stan Jones. Originally intriduced by Burl Ives. (cover photo). Very good condition.
Old cowboy song by Billy Hill 1940. Good condition, but a little rough on the edges.Inset feature photo of a young Glen Miller. Cover artist IM-HO.
Old vintage sheet of country music 1943. By Al Dexter and his Troopers. Average worn condition. No tears or rips.
Pretty deco cover art by Roat. Very nice condition. Suitable for a pretty piece of framed art. Lyrics by Richard W.Pascoe, and music by Luella Lockwood Moore and Will Dulmage.
A comedy music selection from 1927. Pictures Frank Crumit cover photo, in his raccoon coat. Good condition. Name handwritten on the front.
This 1925 selection has a cover by Barbelle. An inset photo of William Dalton, organist at the Million Dollar James theatre in Colombus Ohio. Very good condition except all the pages are loose.