Archive Inventory: O



INVENTORY
 
Accession # 2009-001
O'Connor, Rev. William T.  Collection 2009-1
Inclusive Dates:  c. 1950-1965
 
SCOPE NOTES:
The collection contains material written and collected by Father William T. O'Connor, professor of Sociology at St. Ambrose College. He was active in Social Justice/Civil Rights- Fair Employment Practices legislation with an emphasis on Davenport, Rent Control and Anti-Discrimination in Rent and Purchase of Homes and Businesses, Integrated Schools, and the rights of Labor Unions. He wrote a bulletin from c. 1952-1965.  Two-thirds of the collection contains these bulletins. There are also notes for sermons, publications, and projects as well as pamphlets, magazine articles, and papers written by others. He is adamant that discrimination of any kind is against the principles of Catholicism, Protestantism and Judaism.  He makes the connection between the need for Civil Rights in the face of Soviet propaganda.
 
Inventory
Folder 1
Newsletters/bulletins from May 15, 1952 to December 5, 1960. Not complete. Topics include:  Rent Control, fair housing, Fair Employment Practices (FEP) AFL-CIO, NAACP, Religious Fellowship Group, labor unions, Dr. William Garret, Chief Black Hawk, Human Rights, Edward Fields, Otis Mankin, Catholic Interracial Council, LULAC, Anti-Semitism, Nazism, Communism, "The Railsplitter", "The Menace", John Looney, KKK, social reform, minimum wage, Augustana College, William Peters, Bettendorf Case Strike, Mayor's Special Committee on Human Rights, and Mindanao, Philippines 1945.
 
Folder 2
Newsletters/Bulletins from January 16, 1961-Christmas 1962.  Not complete.  Topics include:  FEP, KKK, New Orleans, School integration, Edward Fields, Davenport's Catholic Interracial Council, The John Birch Society, Unions, Rock Island Arsenal Golf Club, J. I. Case strike, social security, welfare, migrants, Charles Smith-118 year old owner of a hot dog stand who had been a slave in 1855. President Kennedy, Jesuits, Freedom of Residence, Housing Act of 1949, Anthropology, Dostoievski, Jews, Irish.
 
Folder 3
Newsletters/Bulletins 1963. Not complete.  Topics include:  U. S. Civil Rights Commission, The Iowa Civil Rights Committee, Illinois Association of Real Estate Boards, forced housing/Freedom of Residence, FEP, Davenport Human Rights Commission, The Commission to Study Discrimination in Employment in Iowa, The Iowa Satellite Committee of the U. S. Civil Rights Commission hearings on Urban Renewal-discriminatory policies of realtors against Negroes and Indians, NAACP, Urban League, Iowa Human Relations Commission, Laissez-Faire state, state vs. federal jurisdiction, socialism, labor unions, Governor Hughes, Governor Erbe, Burn Bannister, Rev. Blackstone, NC Gov. Terry Sanford, Dr. Alfred Marrow, Dr. Martin Luther King, White Citizens' Council, Dave Dennis (CORE), Soviet anti-Semitism, world wide discrimination, discrimination in libraries, Tannenbaum, slave trade, race riots, Five State Conference in Fair Housing, First National conference on Religion and Race, Cardinal Meyer, Rabbi Julius Mark, Dr. Irwin Miller, "No Prejudice-Even Toward Prejudiced People", Pope Pius XII, Pope Leo XIII, Father George Dunne, Father Charles O. Rice, Archbishop Camara of Rio de Janeiro, Castro and Cuba, Young Democrats of St. Ambrose College, St. Ambrose Young Republicans, Father Mazzuchelli, Mother Emily, Birmingham, Father O'Connor vs. the Arsenal Golf Club,  President Kennedy, Pope John, Catholic Interracial Council, National Council of Churches, American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Committee, Soviet use of American discrimination for communist propaganda, discrimination within unions, Action for Civil Rights, Cook's Point, Forrest Kilmer, Mrs. Felipe Terronez, Marian Anderson, Dr. John Yance, LULAC, Otis Mankin, Otis Dickerson, Nathan Butler, William Cribbs, Frank Smith, Dr. William Garrett, St. Ambrose College Industrial and Human Relations Club findings "Economic and Social Status of Negroes in Davenport", Mr. and Mrs. Charles Toney.
 
Folder 4
Newsletters/Bulletins 1964-1965 Not Complete.  Topics include:  "No Fair Housing and No Fair Employment for Davenport" Catholic Interracial Council, Davenport realtors, Attorney John Shenk, 1949 Housing Act, President Kennedy, right to private property, Executive Order on Equal Opportunity in Housing, Gov. Wallace, T.J. Hageboeck, William A. Hewitt, unions vs. businesses, FEP, Fair Housing legislation, Senators Miller and Hickenlooper, Erneido Oliva, Rabbis Fleischaker and Goodman, Protestant Clergymen Gaebler, Clarke, Jones, A. D. Mattson, Don Long, Alfred Nickless, Clinch Calkins' book :"Some People Just Won't Work" (1929), U. S. Civil Rights Commission Seminar for State Members, 1964 Civil Rights Bill, John A. Hannon, NAACP, Julius Manger, Lee White, Francis Keppel, Herman W. Goldner, Jack Conway, James Forman, Dr. John A. Morsell, school desegregation, Blood Brothers, Black Muslims, Roy Wilkins, "The Amsterdam News", Freedom Riders, Little Rock Nine, Young Democrats' Civil Rights Panel at Marycrest College, National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor, William McClain, Albert Herling, Charles Toney, Strom Thurmond, secular vs. clergy in social justice, Catholic Interracial Council of Memphis, TN, Father Joseph Kokjohn, John Norton, Loyola College sabbatical.
 
 
Folder 5
Petition for Fair Employment Practices Legislation-typed with note re results. Sermon notes for dedication of church-handwritten.  Sermon notes ceremonies Xmas-handwritten. Labor Day remarks-typewritten. Cook's point economic survey Tabulation of results-typewritten 1 page. "Report: Prepared by The Davenport Mayor's Special Committee on Human Rights" 7 pages-typewritten. "Minority Report: The Davenport Mayor's Special Committee on Human Rights"-typewritten 1 page. 2 2-page reports, 1 legal size paper handwritten notes on back, complete. Typewritten notes marked page 3 quoting Pope Pius XI re social economic theory and individualist spirit. Last page of a letter/newsletter(?) in favor of enforceable FEP legislation.  Page 5 typewritten of a letter/newsletter/lecture(?) re ills of society-divorce, family breakdowns, racial problems, Sociology paper/lecture (?)"Justice for Minority Groups" 18 pages-typewritten pages 10-13 missing, 2 extra page 1, 1 extra page 2, 1 extra page 4, 1 extra page 4, 2 extra page 5, 1 extra page 6, 1 extra page 7, 1 extra page 8, 1 extra page 9.  Notes for "Justice for Minority Groups"-handwritten. Paper/lecture on "Sinsinawa and Social Justice" handwritten comment on first page marks elsewhere, re early missionary days in Iowa and Illinois by Father Mazzuchelli and the Sinsinawa Dominican sisters headed by mother Emily in relation to Taft-Hartley and state right to work laws-6 pages typewritten.  Statement:  Catholic Interracial Council of Davenport, Iowa formed as a result of the Mayor's Special Committee on Human Rights, approved January 4, 1962-typewritten 2 copies.  Paper "Why Not Christian Cannibalism?:  Race Problem Can Only Be Solved By Applying Moral Principles" written by Claude H. Heithaus, S. J., in the University News, March 16, 1945.  Marked pages 29-32.-typewritten.  Paper "Civil Rights Survey:  Race Relations Office Department of Social Action National Catholic Welfare Conference" stamped FEB 1953, 3 pages-typewritten.  Newspaper clipping, "Prelate to Excommunicate Foes of St. Louis Negro Catholic Pupils" continued as " To Excommunicate Negro School Foes" unknown paper although marked as Special to the New York Times, St. Louis, Sept. 21, no further date.  Notes for "Race: Anti-Semitism: T. Livingston: Must Men Hate/Must People Hate"-handwritten 8 pages. List "Executive Committee Proposed by Rabbi Goldstein Dr. Paul Jurgensen Wm. T. O'Connor"-handwritten on Mayflower Washington DC notepaper.
 
Folder 6
Paper:  "A Research Conducted to Find Out if a Fair Employment Practices Commission is Being Used by the City Government of Davenport, Iowa, and What Part Pressure Groups Have Played in It Thus Far" by Bill Sydow-typewritten 11 pages.  National Catholic Conference newsletter July 1964.  Magazine article, "Judgment on Racial Segregation" by John LaFarge America December 12, 1953 not complete.  Pamphlet: "Bibliography of Materials" distributed by The National Conference of Christians and Jews 1950.  List "Bibliography:  The Race Question and the Negro" typed list of 'Catholic Books' 'Other Books' and pamphlets 2 copies.  Letter, not signed, "A Letter From Birmingham Jail…….by Martin Luther King Jr." 'My Dear Fellow Clergymen'  double sided typewritten letter 8 pages (4 sheets).  Newspaper article "Non-Segregated NC Catholic Church Service is Scene of Pushing and Shoving; No One Injured"  Newton Grove, NC May 31.  Publicity Release from The National Conference of Christians and Jews Jacob Schwab Publicity Director For release Wednesday May 2, 1951 re pamphlets entitled "Why We Fight" mimeographed 4 pages.  3 pamphlets series "Why We Fight" no. 1 "I Thank God" no. 2 " Intolerance is Treason" no. 3 "Heir To Millions" produced by The Commission of Religious Organizations of The National Conference of Catholics and Jews.  Newspaper article, "450 Colleges in U. S. Revise Applications" The New York Times December 18, 1953.  Magazine article, "The 'Wetback' Racket: Big Agriculture wants to import foreign labor to undermine U. S. Labor by Hank Hasiwar Vice President, National Farm Labor Union, The New Leader January 29, 1951 p12-14.  Newspaper article "Cites Catholic Contributions To Interracial Justice in 1953" New York Jan 5, page 8 The Pittsburgh… Magazine article, "Two Causes of Racial Tension" by Donald Miller The Ligourian page 469-473.  Pamphlet reprinted from The American Mercury October 1945 volume LXI Number 262 "Discrimination in Medical Colleges" by Frank Kingdon.  Magazine article, "The Church and the Jew" by Lon Francis The Priest pgs 198-201 no date available.  Newspaper article "Barred at Negro School:  White Girl Plans Test of Racial Segregation in Washington" no source information available.  Newspaper front and second page The Catholic Worker February 1956 vol. XXII No. 7 "Dissatisfaction in Dixie" "U.S. Keeps Detention Camps Ready" complete pg.2.  Magazine article "The Men in the White Palm-Beach Bedsheets" Ammunition December 1955 p 3-7. Magazine Today:  Race in America October 1968. Letter (typed on letterhead) to Father O'Connor from Allyn P. Robinson of The National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc. dated May 8, 1951. Mimeographed copy "Minutes of the Executive Meeting of the Commission on Religious Organizations" Gramercy Park Hotel, New York, May 3, 1951 5 pages. Mimeographed copy "Proposed Agenda Annual Meeting of The Commission on Religious Organizations of the National Conference of Christians and Jews" Detroit-Leland Hotel Detroit, Michigan, May 28 and 29, 1951.    Mimeographed copy "Tentative Draft of the Proposed Constitution of the Commission on Religious Organizations of the National Conference of the Christians and Jews." 4 pages.
Mimeographed copy "Constitution Commission on Religious Organizations of the National Conference of Christians and Jews" 3 pages. Newsletter "Report From The National Conference of Christians and Jews" no date from context 1951 or 1952. Mimeographed copy "Proposed Project: German Summer Work Camps" from the NCCJ no date 2 pages.  Mimeographed copy "A Proposed Project in Leadership Development in Intergroup Education: to be Sponsored by the Commission on Religious Organizations" from the NCCJ no date 4 pages.  Mimeographed copy "Proposed Budget 1951-1952 Commission on Religious Organizations May 28, 1951. 1 page.  Mimeographed copy "Report of the Director:  Commission on Religious Organizations May 28, 1951.  3 pages.  Mimeographed copy "Memorandum from the Commission on Religious Organizations" to all members of the commission from Allyn P. Robinson November 27, 1951.  2 copies of the two articles referenced in memorandum:  "Calm Study Urged on Vatican Envoy" reprinted from The New York Times Sunday, November 11, 1951 and "All in the Same Hot Spot" reprinted from Daily News: New York's Picture Magazine Tuesday November 13, 1951.  Magazine article "The Home Front: For the Defense: Thurgood Marshall" by William E, Bohn The New Leader January 29, 1951 p. 19-20 not complete.  Newspaper article " 'If It Means Death Itself'", "Ernest Bevin Dead: British Orphan Boy Won Top Posts in World Politics" and "Rumely, Brains of C. C. G., Richest of Lobbies, Convicted." Labor vol. XXXII no. 38. Saturday April 21, 1951.  Form letter from Friendly House Chicago April 18, 1951 re Fair Employment Practices Bill #67 in Illinois Senate. Pamphlet "Jewish Labor Fights Communism" by Jewish Labor Committee  1950.  Letter (typed on letterhead) from Joseph Beauharnais, President The White Circle League of America, Inc. to "The Parishioners of St. Gabriel's Parish" in Chicago urging membership to promote "white man's rights".   Pamphlet "The American Federation of Labor: Fights Discrimination" resolution adopted at the 64th Annual Convention, November 1944, of the AF of L condemning racial and religious bigotry and discrimination against minorities.  Newspaper article " Views of the News: U. S. S. Coos Bay" by Syntax The Labor Leader no date. 
 
Subject Headings Cross Reference
 
Business and Industry-Real Estate and Surveying
Churches and Religion-Catholic-Clergy  & Congregations
                                     -Christian
                                     -Jewish
Documents and Letters
Ethnic and Minority Groups-Black Americans
                                             -Hispanic
                                             -Jewish
                                             -Misc.
Military & War-World War II-Misc
Newspapers & Periodicals-Misc
Organizations & Clubs-Arsenal Golf Club
                                     -Labor
                                     -Misc.                               
                                     -NAACP
Politics
Schools & Education-College-St. Ambrose
Social Protest-Misc
                      -Strikes
  
People

Rev. William T. O'Connor  
Marian Anderson
Burn Bannister
Rev. Blackstone
Nathan Butler
Clinch Calkins
Archbishop Camara of
    Rio de Janeiro
Fidel Castro
Reverend Clarke
Jack Conway
William Cribbs
Dave Dennis (CORE)
Otis Dickerson
Father George Dunne
Mother Emily
Governor Erbe
Edward Fields
Rabbi Fleischaker
James Forman
Lon Francis
Freedom Riders
Reverend Gaebler
Dr. William Garret
Herman W. Goldner
Rabbi Goldstein
Rabbi Goodman
T.J. Hageboeck
John A. Hannon
Hank Hasiwar
Albert Herling
William A. Hewitt
Senator Hickenlooper
Claude H. Heithaus
Governor Hughes
Reverend Jones
Dr. Paul Jurgensen
President John Kennedy
Francis Keppel
Forrest Kilmer
Frank Kingdon
Father Joseph Kokjohn
John LaFarge
Pope Leo XIII
Dr. Martin Luther King
Little Rock Nine
John Looney
Reverend Don Long
William McClain
Julius Manger
Otis Mankin
Rabbi Julius Mark
Dr. Alfred Marrow
Reverend A. D. Mattson
Father Mazzuchelli
Cardinal Meyer
Dr. Irwin Miller
Senator Miller
Dr. John A. Morsell
Reverend Alfred Nickless
John Norton
Erneido Oliva
William Peters
Pope Pius XII
Allyn P. Robinson
Father Charles O. Rice
NC Gov. Terry Sanford
John Shenk
Sinsinawa Dominican
    Sisters
Charles Smith
Frank Smith
Bill Sydow
Mrs. Felipe Terronez
Jacob Schwab
Strom Thurmond
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Toney
Gov. Wallace
Lee White
Roy Wilkins
Dr. John Yance

 
 
INVENTORY
 
O'Meara MSS 1970-105
Inclusive dates:  c. 1900-1950
 
SCOPE NOTES:
This collection contains archival materials related to the Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. and its subsidiary, the Blackhawk Foundry. Most of the materials are brochures and catalogs about washing machines and a two sales books, although a couple pieces of correspondence and a few driver's licenses (from accession 1984-110) are also included.  All materials came from the estate of Claire Louise (Voss) O'Meara.
 
This collection originally contained a group of photographs and albums which has been separated into the O'Meara Collection 1970-105 in the photographic collection.  See also the Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. MSS 1963-14, and its associated photo collection.
 
Folder 1
Inventory, F. P. Voss driver's licenses, short history of William H. Voss and the Voss Company
 
Folder 2
Washing machine catalogs, brochures, etc.
 
Folder 3
Specifications, instructions, and booklet of repair charts for Voss washing machines
 
Folder 4
Magazines and reports related to the Voss Bros. Mfg. Co.
 
Folder 5
Materials related to the Blackhawk Foundry
 
Folder 6
2 sales books and a blank receipt book from Voss Bros. Mfg. Co.
 
Subject Cross-Reference
Business & Industry—Foundry
Business & Industry—Washing Machines
People—O’Meara, Claire Louise
People—Voss, William
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Orpheum Theatre Collection
Inclusive Dates:  1930-70
 
Inventory - General listing of contents
Box 1 - Business files
•             Clay vs. Paterson
•             Clay vs. Liston
•             Musicals & Plays
•             Files of contracts
•             Bills and receipts
•             Passes & maintenance
•             1930 Inventory of theater equipment for: Spencer - Rock Island, LeClaire - Moline, Garden - Davenport, Fort - Rock Island, Family - Davenport, Columbia - Davenport
 
Box 2
•             Payroll
•             Insurance files
•             2 notebooks with "Film Record", 1949-59
•             Photos including Brenda Lee
•             Car license for 1947
 
Box 3
•             Ledger with payroll, 1966-68
•             Seating plan for Moline Field House
•             Seating plan for RKO?
•             Movie posters including Merlin Jones, McHales Navy, Al Hurt
•             Program and playbills
•             Files of bills and receipts
•             Contracts
•             Broadway Theatre League
 
Box 4
•             Files related to maintenance of carpets, lights, air conditioning
•             2 photos of light fixtures
•             Film "Permanent file"
•             Ads for various companies in Davenport
•             Bills and receipts
 
Box 5
•             Bills
•             Purchase orders
•             Rental Agreements
•             Still photos of movie stars, mostly westerns
•             Play bill
 
Box 6
Files titled:
•             Roger Williams, March 11, 1962
•             Fred Waring, March 19, 1962
•             Dave Bruback, March 4, 1962
•             Smother Brothers, Oct. 23, 1962
•             Dave Bruback, Oct. 7, 1962
•             Johnny Cash, Sept. 29, 1962
•             Limelighters, May 1, 1962
•             Liberace, Oct. 2, 1962
•             Jimmy Dean, April 10, 1962
•             Al Hurt, Feb. 12, 1962
•             Blackstone, Aug. 6, 1951
•             Goodman & Armstrong, May 21, 1953
•             Armstrong & Herman
•             Files of performances at RKO or Centennial Hall at Augustana including contracts, bills, and receipts
 
Box 7
Files related to performances at RKO, Centennial Hall, Masonic Temple or the Col, 1959-1968, including:
•             Dick Clark
•             Ella Fitzgerald
•             Eddie Arnold
•             Roger Williams
•             Johnny Tillison
•             Jimmy Dean
•             Liberace
•             All Hurt
•             Victor Borge
•             Ramsey Lewis Trio
•             Mantovani
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
Entertainment & Amusement--Halls & Opera Houses
Entertainment & Amusement--Motion Pictures
Entertainment & Amusement—Theatre
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Sheet Music from the Orpheum Theater  2013-052                                                 
Donor: Dale Whiteside                                                      
                                                               
Box  #    Folder # Title        Composer             Date
1             1             THE BRIDE ELECT Sousa    
1             2             SCHOOL DAYS      Charles Cook, arr.              
1             3             NAUGHTY MARIETTA           Victor Herbert      
1             4             PREACHER                           
1             5             CHRISTMAS MORNING       Dick Kent, arr.     
1             6             A DAY AT THE ZOO               Dick Kent, arr.     
1             7             SAM FOX NEWS REEL FOLIO             Various Composers            1928
1             8             WM TELL                              
1             9             INDIAN LOVE CALL               Charles Cook, arr.              
1             10           THE FIVE O'CLOCK GIRL      B. Kalmar/H. Ruby             
1             11           HEARTACHES        J. Klenner/A. Hoffman       
1             12           IOWA CORN SONG                              
1             13           I WANT TO BE HAPPY          Vincent Youmans               
1             14           PHANTOMS           Walter Schad       
1             15           MISTERIOSO ALLA VALSE   Domenico Savino               
1             16           FANTANA               Raymond Hubbell               
1             17           THE SHO-GUN       Gustav Luders     
1             18           THE TENDERFOOT               H.L. Heartz           
1             19           BY THE MILL STREAM         Wilson Smith       
1             20           JEALOUS MOON   J.S. Zamecnik      
1             21           THE RABBLE         Victor Herbert      
1             22           RURAL FLIRTS      James Bradford  
1             23           DREAM MELODIES              Dick Kent, arr.     
1             24           TO ALL MOTHERS Dick Kent, arr.     
1             25           THE BARBER OF SEVILLE   Rossini  
1             26           LIGHT CAVALRY OVERTURE               F.v.Suppe'            
1             27           MISSISSIPPI SUITE                              
1             28           THREATENING WINDS        P.A Marquardt     
1             29           SALTY                    
1             30           CONSPIRACY        Domenico Savino               
1             31           RUSTIC ALLEGRO Domenico Savino               
1             32           FURIOSO                Domenico Savino               
1             33           ALLEGRO AGITATO               Domenico Savino               
1             34           THRILLS Geo. H. Sanders  
1             35           AROUND THE CAMPFIRE    Julius Seredy, arr.
1             36           ATTACK-APPEAL-RESCUE   Victor Schertzinger             
1             37           ALL FOR THE LADIES           Alfred Robyn        
1             38           THE LIZARD & THE FROG/BY THE RIVER   Theo. Morse                              
1             39           AVE MARIA/THE HEAVENS ARE TELLING    J. Hayden/Fr. Schubert           J.Hayden/F.Schubert         
1             40           SYMPHONICS INCIDENTALS NO. 5   P.A. Marquardt    G.A.Marquardt     
1             41           YOUR MOTHER AND MINE G. Edward/J. Goodwin       
1             42           I SAW STARS         M.Sigler/Al Goodhart/Al Hoffman   
1             43           LILACS IN RHE RAIN            Peter De Rose     
                                                               
2             1             MY COUSIN IN MILWAUKEE              Geo Gershwin/Ira Gershwin              1932
2             2             LOUISIANA HAYRIDE            H. Dietz/A. Schwartz           1932
2             3             TREASURE ISLAND              Leslie & Burke     1935
2             4             JUST A LITTLE CLOSER        J.Meyer/H.Johnson             1930
2             5             I NEVER DREAMT D,Parsons/V.Ellis 1938
2             6             BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS   H. Warren/Al Dubin                            1933
2             7             I'm UP ON A MOUNTAIN     Abner Silver          1930
2             8             ONLY FOREVER    J. Monaco/J.Burke              1940
2             9             JERICHO R,Myers/Leo Robin             1919
2             10           MAMA INEZ          E.Grenet/L.Wolfe Gilbert    1931
2             11           FARE THEE WELL ANNABELLE             A.Wrubel/M.Dixon            1934
2             12           SAN        L.McPhail/W.Michels        
2             13           R.K.O. MARCH      M.Schwarzwald/Thos. Kennedy       1929
2             14           JOBLIN GLOBE MARCH       J.B. Kreyer, arr      1918
2             15           A SIGNAL FROM MARS       Raymond Taylor   1901
2             16           TOODLE-OO           Carmen Lombardo              1937
2             17           GREEN EYES         Nilo Menendez    1929
2             18           IN THE CHAPEL IN THE MOONLIGHT   Billy Hill               Billy Hill  1936
2             19           HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN  Irving Berlin           1932
2             20           WHEN MY DREAMBOAT COMES HOME   C. Friend/D.Franklin  Good      1936
2             21           TAKING A CHANCE ON LOVE             Vernon Duke        1940
2             22           ALONE AT A TABLE FOR TWO             B.Hill/D, Richman/T. Fio Rito            1935
2             23           SING AN OLD FASHIONED SONG   Joe Young/fred Ahlert                            1935
2             24           I'M GONNA LOCK MY HEART             J.Eaton/ T.Shand 1938
2             25           GOOD EVENIN'      T.Seymour/Al Hoffman       1930
2             26           PANAMA                Edw Lambert/G.Dolin         1934
2             27           THE LAST ROUNDUP            Billy Hill  1933
2             28           MY DEVOTION      Roc Hillman          1942
2             29           KATINKA                H. Tobias/B.Russell            1926
2             30           DANCING WITH MY SHADOW            Harry Woods         1934
2             31           I GET HE BLUES WHEN IT RAINS       Marcy klauber      1928
2             32           ONE HOUR WITH YOU         R. Whiting/Leo Robin         1932
2             33           SPANISH DOLL      A.Lewis/Al Sherman           1929
2             34           SHUFFLE OFF TO BUFFALO               h.warren/Al Dubin               1932
2             35           LITTLE WHITE LIES               Walter Donaldson               1930
2             36           MAMA I WANNA MAKE RHYTHM      J.Jerome/R.Bryon/W.Kent 1937
2             37           DRAMATIC AGITATO No38 Adolf Minot           1917
2             38           CALIFORNIA HERE I COME Al Jolson/B.DeSylva            1924
2             39           ALLEGRO AGITATO No.1     Carl Kiefert           1916
2             40           CALALRY PARADE No,4      J.E. Andino            1916
2             41           WILD AND WOOLLY No.52 dolf Minot             1917
2             42           LISTEN TO THAT DIXIE BAND              Geo. Cobb             1915
2             43           GALOP No.7          Adolf Minot           1916
2             44           HURRY No, 26     Adolf Minot           1916
2             45           AGITATO No, 49   John Shepherd     1917
2             46           LOVE IN BLOOM   Leo Robin/R, Rainger         1934
2             47           BLUE RAIN            J.Fan Heusen/J.Mercer      1939
2             48           ROSALIE Cole Porter            1937
2             49           LOVE AIN'T NOTHIN' BUT THE BLUES               L.Alter/J.Goodwin                1929
2             50           HAWAII   Ernie Wolf, arr.    
2             51           IS IT TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT DIXIE        I.Caesar 1936
2             52           FUNNY,DEAR,WHAT LOVE CAN DO  G.Little/C.Straight/J.Bennet              1929
2             53           WE DID IT BEFORE               C.Friend/C,Tobias              
2             54           BACK BEATS         Frank Guarente   1926
2             55           MARCH "MOOSEHEART"     Will H. Smith         1920
2             56           YOU AND I             Meredith Wilson  1941
2             57           A MELODY FROM THE SKY S.Mitchell/L. Alter                1936
2             58           HONEYMOON HOTEL          H.Warren/Al Dubin              1933
2             59           DOWN YONDER   L. Wolfe Gilbert    1921
2             60           PRAISE THE LORD & PASS THE AMMUNITION                Frank Loesser      1951
3             1             A CONGO DANCE Geo. Voelker         1898
3             2             IF I HAD A MILLION YEARS J. Mercer/M.Malneck         1934
3             3             IF IT RAINS WHO CARES     E.Leslie/J.Burke  1938
3             4             THE FAIREST ROSE              H. Engelmann      
3             5             CHOPIN'S FUNERAL MARCH             Leo Kempinski     1927
3             6             NASTY MAN          R. Henderson/Jack Yellen 1934
3             7             SCOTCH & ENGLISH PATROL             Clayton Mayo      
3             8             MON HOMME (My Man)    Maurice Yvain      1920
3             9             THERE'S HONEY ON THE MOON TONIGHT      J.F.Coots/H.Gillespie          1938
3             10           WHAT HAVE YOU GOT THAT GETS ME              L. Robin/R.. Rainger            1938
3             11           THE MOON IS A SILVER DOLLAR       S. Fain/M.Parish  1939
3             12           ONE MORE TIME  B.G. DeSylva/L. Brown/R/Handerson             1931
3             13           JUST A LITTLE HOME FOR THE OLD FOLKS     E. Lesie/Ahlert     1932
3             14           COULD BE             W. Donaldson/J.Mercer     1938
3             15           WHAT YOU NEED IS SOMEONE TO LOVE         J. Herbert/A.Koppell/I.Actman         1930
3             16           SMILE ALL THE WHILE         Ager/Yellen/Bornstein       1825
3             17           TRYING TO FORGET             B.Davis/J.F.Coots                1931
3             18           I MISS A LITTLE MISS           T.Seymour/J.F.Coots          1930
3             19           A LA CARTE           Abe Holzmann     1915
3             20           THE BLUE LAW BLUES        M.L.Lake, arr.       1921
3             21           MARY EMERSON F.H. Losey             
3             22           MADELON             Camille Roberts  
3             23           THUNDER  AND BLAZES & Julius Fucik Op 68              1902
3             24           LE GIGOT                S. Romberg           1913
3             25           MANDOLINATA     George Rosey,arr.                1924
3             26           THREE GROTESQUE THEMES            Erno Rapee           1927
3             27           MOON OVER MIAMI            J. Bureke/E.Leslie               1935
3             28           BESIDE AN OPEN FIREPLACE            P.Denniker/W.Osborne      1929
3             29           I GUESS I'll HAVE TO DREAM THE REST            H. Green/M. Stoner            
3             30           REGATTA MARCH C.L. Van Baar       
3             31           CUBAN INDEPENDENCE MARCH     C.D.Henninger     
3             32           BAGDAD Victor Herbert       1913
3             33           MARCHETA           Victor Schertzinger              1923
3             34           THE STEEL KING   F.J. St Clair            1912
3             35           LA FIESTA MARCH               Alfred Roneovieri 1896
3             36           DARKNESS ON THE DELTA J. Levinson/M.Symes         1932
3             37           LIGHTS OUT           Billy Hill  1935
3             38           A FADED SUMMER LOVE    Phil Baxter            1931
3             39           NOW THAT YOU'RE GONE   T.Fiorito/G.Kahn  1931
3             40           POOR MARIONETTE             T.Fiorito/G.Kahn  1931
3             41           JUST IMAGINE      DeSylvia/Henderson           1927
3             42           LOVE ME ALL THE TIME      A.Dennis/Ed Rose               1926
3             43           RIGHT NOW           R.Robinson/R.Russell       
3             44           LADY OF THE EVENING       Irving Berlin           1922
3             45           SOME SWEET DAY               N.Shilkret/L. Pollack           1929
3             46           HEAVY DESC.AGITATO No.2               Ernst Luz               1917
3             47           KING OF THE FOREST         Abe Losch             1910
3             48           YOU'RE THE ONE I CARE FOR            B.Lown/C. Gray    1930
3             49           ABC FEATURE PHOTOCOPY               Ernst Luz               1917
3             50           WHIPPOORWILL   Cal DeVoll             1930
3             51           THE HOUSE IS HAUNTED    Billy Rose/B.G.Adlam         1934
3             52           SLEEPY VALLEY    J.Hanley/A.Sterling              1928
3             53           CLOUDS W. Donaldson/G.Kahn       1935
3             54           WAITING Charles Ancliffe   1922
3             55           MISTERIOSO No.29             J.E. Andino            1916
3             56           ANDANTE MYSTERIOSO     M.L. Lake              1914
3             57           MARIETTE              Sterny-Courquin   1911
3             58           AGITATO No, 49   M.L. Lake              1914
3             59           GRAND SELECTION "ERNANI"           E.N. Catlin, arr     
3             60           THE SINGING GIRL               Victor Herbert      
                                                               
4             1             ROSES IN DECEMBER        H.Magidson/B.Oakland/G.Jessel    1937
4             2             VALENCIA              Joseph Padilla      1926
4             3             HUETAMO              A.C.Ancliffe           1914
4             4             WALTZES FROM FANTANA Raymond Hubbell               
4             5             THE SWEETHEART OF CIGMAcHI      f. Dudleigh Vernor                1927
4             6             BROWN SUGAR    Harry Barris           1926
4             7             SMILES AND TEARS             Geo. Voelker         1896
4             8             INCIDENTAL SYMPHONIES Leo Kempinski     1922
4             9             INCIDENTAL SYMPHONIES Leo Kempinski     1922
4             10           HYMN TO THE SUN                             
4             11           BLACK MARIA                      
4             12           HIGH FEVER                         
4             13           THE CANARY         Ivan Caryll             1918
4             14           SELECTION "IL TROVATORE"              Verdi       1887
4             15           CROWN DIAMONDS            D.F.E. Auber          1895
4             16           BERLIN IN JOY & SORROW                A. Conradi             1896
4             17           FLOWER SONG     G. Lange 1917
4             18           LAMBETH WALK   N.Gay/D.Furber/A.Rose     1937
4             19           ROBIN HOOD        Geo. Wiegand       1891
4             20           CINCINNATUS MARCH       H.A. Vander Cook 1914
4             21           THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH Chas. Puerner      1896
4             22           GLANCES               Harry Alford           1914
4             23           YOU'RE GONNA LOSE YOUR GAL      James Monaco    1933
4             24           SILVER STAR         Chas Johnson      1911
4             25           GREETINGS TO HUNGARY  Franz Lehar          1912
4             26           THE TWO HUSSARS             Dopple   1889
4             27           LE RETOUR            Georges Bizet       1911
4             28           RECEPTION           R. Schleppegrell  
4             29           KING MYDAS OVERTURE    R. Eilenberg          1899
4             30           MARITANA             Wallace
4             31           CHANSON MELANCHOLIQUE            Patricia Collins     1920
4             32           BECAUSE YOU SAY GOODBYE           Sol P. Levy             1919
4             33           BEWITCHING BEAUTY         L.P. Laurendean   1898
4             34           ST. AMBROSE VICTORY MARCH                      
4             35           Handwritten/no title                          
4             36           SO LONG LETTY    Earl Carroll            1916
4             37           SENSATION                          
4             38           ADAGIO PATHETIQUE           Bennj. Godard Op.128 No 3             1892
4             39           PRINCE ANANLAS                Victor Herbert       1895
4             40           THE STORKS         Frederick Chapin 1912
4             41           DRAMATIC ANDANTE No. 1               Erno Rapee/Wm Axt           1923
4             42           VULCANO              Erno Rapee/Wm Axt           1924
4             43           RECITATIVO           Erno Rapee/Wm Axt           1924
4             44           ELVES IN THE MOONLIGHT Charles Lindgreen               1926
4             45           THE TENDERFOOT               H.l. HEARTZ           1913
4             46           FANTASIA-SONGS W/O WORDS        R. Gruenwald       
4             47           CAVATINA              J. Raff     1916
4             48           THE BEAUTIFUL GALATEA   Suppe    1910
4             49           BABES IN TOYLAND             Victor Herbert       1913
4             50           HIGH UP ON A HILLTOP       Baer/Campbell/Whiting    1928
4             51           THE NAPOLEON MARCH     Maurice Levi         1895
4             52           HURRY   M.L. Lake             
4             53           ALLEGRO VIVACE                
4             54           THE LADY'S IN LOVE WITH YOU         Burton Lane          1939
4             55           THAT WONDERFUL SOMETHING       Louis Alter             1929
4             56           NEAPOLITAN NIGHTS          J.S. Zamecnik      
4             57           PUDDIN' HEAD JONES         Lou Handman      1933
4             58           ONCE IN A WHILE Michael Edwards 1937
4             59           SCATTER BRAIN   Keene-Bean        
4             60           MANDY IS TWO    Fulton McGrath    1942
                                                               
5             1             YOU'VE GOT ME THIS WAY Timmy McHugh    1940
5             2             MAINE FESTIVAL MARCH   R. B. Hall                1898
5                             DOROTHY SCHOTTISCHE    J.S.Cox  
5             3             BLUE HAWAII        L.Robin/R.Rainger               1937
5             4             MY BABY JUST CARES FOR ME        Walter Donaldson               1930
5             5             GOOD NEWS         B.G.Desylva/L.Brown          1927
5             6             SWING OF THE BATON MARCH         E$dward Braham               
5             7             S-L-U-E--F-O-O-T     Joe Sanders          1927
5             8             RAQUEL Joe Burke              1928
5             9             A SUMMER DREAM             P.Hans Flath         1914
5             10           FRESHIE Jesse Greer           1925
5             11           TIPPERARY            James M. Fulton  1902
5             12           HOME IN PASEDENA           Harry Warren        1923
5             13           WALKIN' MY BABY BACK HOME       R.Turk/F.E.Ahlert 1930
5             14           CAROLINA'S CALLING ME   Bob Charles          1931
5             15           WHEN THEY PLAYED THE POLKA      Fabian Andre        1938
5             16           IN MY LITTLE RED BOOK    A.Stillman/R.Bloch              1938
5             17           WITHERED FLOWERS          Carl  M. Kiefert     1917
5             18           TWO CHARACTERISTIC THEMES       Edouard Roberts 1918
5             19           THE RED MILL WALTZ         Victor Herbert       1916
5             21           I'M SO LONESOME I COULD               Al Sherman/Al Lewis          1930
5             22           MOONLIGHT SAVING TIMS I.Kahal/H.Richman             1931
5             23           DOUBLE DARE YOU             T,.Shand/J.Eaton 1937
5             24           SHERIDAN'S RIDE E.T.Paull 1922
5             25           IT LOOKS LIKE RAIN IN CHERRY BLOSSOM TIME          E. Leslie/Joe Burke             1937
5             26           SWEET LEILANI     Harry Owens         1937
5             27           A LITTLE BIT INDEPENDENT               Joe Burke              1935
5             28           YE OLD ENGLAND                Theo.Moses-Tobani            1914
5             29           I'LL LOVE YOU IN MY DREAMS          A.Baer/H/Heidt    1931
5             30           YOURS   Gonzalo Roig        1931
5             31           SING, BABY, SING                Lew Pollack          1936
5             32           BABY ME               L.Handman/H.Harris           1939
5             33           LOST IN A FOG      Jimmy McHugh    1934
5             34           DRAMATIC RECITATIVE  NO.1            Morris Aborn         1922
5             35           WEIRD MISTERIOSO            Edward Kilenyi     1924
5             36           LILAC DOMINO     Charles Cuvillier  1915
5             37           THE AUTO RACE   Manuel Klein        1907
5             39           THE FORTUNE TELLER        Victor Herbert       1898
5             40           GATE CITY GUARD                Victor Herbert       1897
5             41           THE SOUTHLANDERS          Alex. F. Lithgow    1916
5             42           SPIC AND SPAN    F. H. Losey             1913
5             43           I'VE GOT A POCKETFUL OF DREAMS James V. Monaco               
5             44           AVALON TOWN     Nacio Herb Brown               1928
5             45           THE TALE OF THE SEASHELL              Gustav Luders      1911
5             46           UP STATE               Thos. S. Allen        1913
5             47           KEEP TEMPO        J. Stanley/G.A.Little             1933
5             48           YOU'RE MY THRILL              Jay Gorney             1933
5             49           DID YOU MEAN IT?              M.Dixon/J.Greer  1936
5             50           HACIENDA             Paul Biese             1913
5             51           PINK ELEPHANTS M.Dixon/H.Woods               1932
5             52           LAUGHING AT LIFE               Nick & Chas. Kenny            1930
5             53           IT LOOKS LIKE LOVE            Harry Woods         1931
5             54           MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME                Otto Langey Op.122            1896
5             55           "LOLITA" SPANISH SERENADE           Otto Langey           1894
5             56           DOLLY VARDEN    Otto Langey           1911
5             57           AIR DE BALLET      Victor Herbert       1912
5             58           LITTLE NEMO        Otto Langey           1918
5             59           FELICE   Otto Langey           1896
5             60           THE WOODPECKER SONG  Eldo Di Lazzaro    1939
                                                               
6             1             WHAT GOES ON HERE IN MY HEART                L.Robin/Ralph Rainger       1938
6             2             YOU'VE GOT ME WHERE YOU WANT ME         Harry Warren/J. Mercer     
6             3             I FEEL LIKE A FEATHER IN THE BREEZE          M.Gordon/H.Revel              1935
6             4             THE LADY WHO COULDN'T BE KISSED             H.Warren/Al Dubin              1937
6             5             HOW'DJA LIKE TO LOVE ME                B.Lane/F.Loesser                1938
6             6             THANKSGIVIN'      H.Carmichael/J.Mercer     
6             7             CRÈME de la CRÈME          Theo.M. Tobani Op.323     1896
6             8             LORRAINE             Richard Stahl        1897
6             9             CLARINENT MARMALADE  ?             
6             10           POEM EROTIQUE  Edw.A. MacDowell               1915`
6             11           GIRL OF MY DREAMS          Sunny Clapp         1927
6             12           ST. AMBROSE VICTORY MARCH                      
6             13           BARCAROLE          ?             
6             14           MARINE HYMN    ?             
6             15           YOU'RE IN LOVE   Rudolf Friml          1917
6             16           POLISH NATIONAL DANCE  X.Scharwenka, Op 3          
6             17           A TALE OF TWO HEARTS     Charles Roberts   1919
6             18           LARGO    Anton Dvorak Op 95           1912
6             19           TANNHAUSER       Theo. Moses         1891
6             20           PEARLS OF MY SOUL          P.A. Marquart       1925
6             21           ROMANCE OF AUTUMN     P.A. Marquart       1925
6             22           IRPHEUS IN DER Unterwelt                J. Offenbach         1911
6             23           THE MASTER SINGERS       R. Wagner            
6             24           WOODLAND WHISPERS      A. Czibulka            1899
6             25           FUNERAL MARCH                F. Chopin               1892
6             26           NATURE'S AWAKENING      Leo Kempinski     19221
6             27           AFTER SUNSET     Arthur Pryor           1917
6             28           CARNIVAL GROTESQUE      Domenico Savino                1923
6             29           INCIDENTAL SYMPHONIES Leo Kempinski     1925
6             30           WHAT'S THE USE OF DREAMING       ?             
6             31           HOW I'M DOIN'      L.Fowler/D.Redman          
6             32           DREAMS OF FAIRYLAND    Geo. Voelker        
6                             LA SAUTERELLLE  Geo. Lowell Tracy 1895
6             33           VICTOR HERBERT'S MELODYS          Victor Herbert      
6             34           THE SPRING MAID               Heinrich Reinhardt              1919
6             35           HUMORESQUE     Tschaikowsky Op.10          1922
6             36           ANGELA Paul Durand         
6             37           AMERICAN FANTASIE         Victor Herbert       1898
6             38           IRIS         Jules Reynard       1916
6             39           IL GUARANY          A.Carlos Gomez   1915
6             40           BRIDAL CHORUS  Lohengrin             
6             41           ZEPHYRS               Wm. Chas. Schoenfeld       1923
6             42           ROMANCE             P. Tschaikowsky  1903
6             43           THE CANDY SHOP                John L. Golden     1909
6             44           I WONDER BLUES                Geo.A. Little/T. Lyman        1922
6             45           DON'T BE CROSS WITH ME SWEETHEART      Gillespie/VonAlstyne          1920
6             46           VENETIAN MOON Goldber/Magine  1920
6             47           DON'T TAKE AWAY THOSE BLUES     McKierman/Spencer          1920
6             48           SOMEONE IS LOSIN' SUSAN              Geo. W. Meyer      1926
6             49           WHY DON'T YOU? Harry Tierney         1920
6             50           HIAWATHA'S MELODY OF LOVE         Geo. W. Meyer      1920
6                             THE HEN AND THE COW     Geo. W. Meyer      1920
6             51           NAUGHTY HAWAII A.Sanders/M.Carlo             1921
6             52           TRIPOLI  Cunninfham/Dubin/Weill  1920
6             53           I KNOW  Elmore White       1920
6             54           NO WONDER I'M BLUE       Fred Ahlert            1920
6             55           FAIR ONE               D.Lewis/Geo.Mallen           1920
6             56           TALES FROM THE VIENNA WOODS   Joh. Strauss          1890
6             57           ZENDA WALTZES Frank Whitmark  1896
6             58           CADET TWO-STEP Geo. Schleiffarth  1894
6             59           JOLLY CORKS       Lee Grabbe          
6             60           MISSISSIPPI CRADLE           J.Yellen/Abe Olman            1921
6             61           WHEN YOU'RE ALONE         O.Spencer/E.West               1919
6             62           I NEVER KNEW     T.Pitts/R.Egan      1920
6             63           A LA PAREE           Henri Verdin          1920
6             64           DING-TOES            J.Caddegan/C.Story            1920
6             65           MAMIE   J. Shilkret              1924
6                             COLLEGIATE          M.Jaffe/N.Bonx   1925
6                             THE MELODY THAT MADE YOU MINE               W.C. Polla              1925
6                             JUNE NIGHT          A.Baer    1914
6                             DOODLE-DOO-DOO               Art Kassel              1914
                                                               
7             1             HONOLULU EYES Violinsky                1920
7             2             SLEEPY HOLLOW  L. Fowler/F.H.Klickman     1920
7             3             AT PEACE WITH THE WORLD              Irving Berlin           1926
7             4             REBECCA              B.Kalman/H.Ruby               1921
7             5             YOU'RE A MILLION MILES FROM NOWHERE  Walter Donaldson               1919
7             6             WHERE'D YOU GET THOSE EYES       Walter Donaldson               1926
7             7             THAT'S WHY I LOVE YOU     P.Ash/W.Donaldson            1926
7             8             BABY FACE           Davis/Akst            1926
7             9             ON HILO BAY         Sol P.Levy              1920
7             10           SWING HIGH-SWING LOW  Burton Lane          1927
7             11           HOSTRAUSER'S MARCH     W. Paris Chambers             1915
7             12           MYSTIC ROMANCE              Bertramn Srawley                1926
7             13           BLOSSOMS ON BROADWAY              L.Robin/R.Rainger               1937
7             14           FOR SWEETHEARTS ONLY Harry Cantor         1930
7             15           COURT OF HONOR               H. Wannemacher
7             16           LUCKY ME-LOVEABLE YOU Milton Ager           1929
7             17           ORIENTAL OVERTURE         Charles Cooke, arr.            
7             18           NEW YEAR'S EVE MEDLEY                
7             19           SLAVISCHE RHAPSODIE                     
7             20           BARCAROLE                         
7             21           CHRISTMAS OVERTURE                     
7             22           SCHULZ IS BACK AGAIN                    
7             23           WHAT THE POND LILLIES WHISPERED             Maximillan Betts
7             24           AMERICAN PATROL             F.W. Meacham    1891
7             25           MYSTERIOUS STRANGER   Arthur Kay             1925
7             26           AT LAST  Harry Warren        1942
7             27           MARIA MY OWN   Ernesto Lecuona 1931
7             28           LONESOME LOVER              James V. Monaco                1930
7             29           G'BYE NOW           Olsen/Johnson    1940
7             30           LONESOME HOURS             Cliff Friend            1921
7             31           I WONDER WHY   J.Clifton/E.Braham             1920
7             32           WHEN HE GAVE ME YOU    Murphy /white     1910
7             33           BOW-WOW            Wheeler Wadsworth           1919
7             34           SWEETHEART FOR YOU      L.Lockwood Moore             1909
7             35           DARKTOWN DANCIN' SCHOOL          Yellen/Gumble    1910
7             36           OUT WHERE THE WEST BEGINS        Estelle Philleo      1918
7             37           PALESTEENA         J.R.Robinson/C.Conrad     1920
7             38           WANDER WITH ME TO LOVELAND    Anita Owen           1919
7             39           LOOKING AT THE WORLD THRU ROSE COLORED GLASSES         T.Malie/J.Steiger 1926
7             40           BEAUTIES CHARMS             Theo.Moses-Tobani           
7             41           THE CADDY           Fred. T. Ashton     1900
7             42           THE LITTLE DUCHESS          Ludomir Thomas, arr.         1901
7             43           MAID MARIAN      Ludomir Thomas,arr.          1904
7             44           BOSTON TEA PARTY            Arthur Pryor          
7             45           DREAMY PARADISE             R.VanAlstyne        1920
7             46           GIVE ME THE GOOD OLD DAYS          Egbert VanAlstyne               1919
7             47           LAUGHING HYENA               Ted Fiorito            
7             48           THE SPRING MAID               Heinrich Reinhardt              1909
7             49           MISS YOU              Chas.& Harry Tobias           1929
7             50           TROUBLE EXTREME            Gabriel - Marie     1924
7             51           HOLD TIGHT-HOLD TIGHT    K/Brandow/R.W.Spotswood            1939
7             52           YOU SHOWED ME THE WAY               B.Green/E.Fritgerald           1937
7             53           NIGHTS OF GLADNESS        Charles Ancliffe  
7             54           GEE BUT YOU'RE SWELL     Abel Baer              1936
7             55           LOVELY TO LOOK AT            Jerome Kern         1935
                                PAPER DOLL          Johnny Black        1942
                                WHAT'S THE GOOD WORD, MISTER BLUEBIRD              Al Hoffman/A.Roberts        1943
                                AS TIME GOES BY Herman Hupfeld  1931
                                FOR ME AND MY GAL         Geo. W. Meyer      1917
                                SLEEPY LAGOON  Jack Mason, arr.  1930
                                THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER           N. Burton/W. Kent              1941
                                TIL REVEILLE         S. Cowan/B.Worth              1941
7             56           THANKS A.Johnston/S.Coslow         1933
7             57           THE LOTUS DREAM              William Schroeder               1921
 
 
INVENTORY
 
Accession Lot: 2010-025
Warren E. Ostrom
 
2010.025.009 – Painting of two ducks on a wall.
2010.025.010 - Certificate presented to Warren Ostrom (oldest living Navy SEAL c. 2012) by VT2 Jerimiah Steward
2010.025.011 - Certificate presented to Warren Ostrom (oldest living Navy SEAL c. 2012) by Navy SEAL Team 10
Non- Accession Material
photo of Warren Ostrom feeding poisonous iguana at Guantanimo Bay, Cuba.
 
Labels from previous exhibitions in Illinois.
Photograph – self portrait.
Artist's Material.
Photo of Warren with his artwork.
Revealing the Elemental Spirit: The Sculpture of Warren E. Ostrom.
Warren E. Ostrom.
2 Newspaper clippings mounted.
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