Chicago Sunday American
Last updated: 08.06.21
Address: Chicago, Illinois, USA


Chicago Sunday American has 22 publications posted in these webpages. They include 22 items of sheet music in the Lists of Works (Werkverzeichnisse).
     Title Music Attribution
       
sm15.gif Twilight (1905), The Henry W. Armstrong L. Roland Jones (words)
Nellie McCoy (sung by)
sm15.gif Virginia (1904) D.A. Barrackman(w&m) McCoy Sisters (sung by)
sm15.gif Strolling With Your Summer Girl (1906) Lew P. Bendernagel(w&m)
sm15.gif Katy-Did, the Cricket and the Frog (1903), The Bob Cole James Weldon Johnson (words)
M. Cahill (sung by)
sm15.gif Eyes of Blue (1905) Ed Coleman(w&m) Julia Sanderson (sung by)
sm15.gif Parthenia Johnsing (1902) Will Marion Cook Hugh Morton (words)
Abbie Mitchell Cook (sung by)
sm15.gif Tale of Tokio (1904), A James M. Fulton Gerald Kelley (words)
sm15.gif I'm the Candy (1906) Charles Graham(w&m) Davis (co-author)
sm15.gif Twas Not the Same in Days Gone By (1902) George W. Hamilton Andrew B. Sterling (words)
sm15.gif When Those Wedding Bells Rang Out For You and Me (1903) George W. Hamilton Bartley Costello (words)
sm15.gif Sweethearts of Boyhood Days (1904) Joseph Edgar Howard Will M. Hough (words)
Frank R. Adams (words)
sm15.gif Army of Peace (1902), The Theodore F. Morse Raymond A. Browne (words)
Mabelle Gilman (sung by)
sm15.gif At the Bottom of the Hill (1901) Theodore F. Morse R.A. Browne (words)
sm15.gif My Faithful Rose (1904) Theodore F. Morse Richard Henry Buck (words)
Kathryn Miley (sung by)
sm15.gif Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree (1900) Chancellor Chauncey Olcott Olcott (words)
Chauncey (words)
sm15.gif Dinner Bells (1904) Chris Smith Harry Leslie Brown (co-author)
sm15.gif If You Knew How Much I Loved You (1905) Emily Smith(w&m)
sm15.gif  When I Said Good Bye to Mother (1904) Emily Smith(w&m)
sm15.gif Lily or the Rose? (1904), The Alfred Solman Monroe H. Rosenfeld (words)
Lora Rogers (sung by)
sm15.gif Just Like You (1906) Maurice J. Steinberg(w&m)
sm15.gif Take These Flowers, Old Lady (1904) Joseph W. Stern Edward B. Marks (words)
Anne Hartley Gilbert (sung by)
Annie Russell (sung by)
sm15.gif Southern Lullaby (1905), A Louis Tocaben Marc Sylvan (words)
Indiola Arnold (sung by)