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Topic: north american music company

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She is knitting, knitting, knitting, this little maiden fair

She is knitting, knitting, knitting, this little maiden fair

Words by J. L. Olp ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H65 North American Music Company (music plate)

An appeal to loyalty

An appeal to loyalty

Words by Mrs. Lettie L. Calvert ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) K80 North American Music Company (music plate)

Keep the Kaiser running

Keep the Kaiser running

Words by Ester E. Waldrep ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) L.14 North American Music Company (music plate)

In an airplane I'll fly away with you

In an airplane I'll fly away with you

Words by Edward and Florence Zetterlund ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E74 North American Music Company (music plate)

The call of America

The call of America

Words by Floy Jones Dalrymple ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) F65 North American Music Company (music plate)

When the war is over I'm coming back to you

When the war is over I'm coming back to you

Words by Ralph S. Taylor ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) B26-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

Then we'll come back home again

Then we'll come back home again

Words by Lou Winer ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) C76 North American Music Company (music plate)

Then America we'll come back again

Then America we'll come back again

Words by Anthony Szpah ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) I.59 North American Music Company (music plate)

You can't tread on Uncle Samuel's toes

You can't tread on Uncle Samuel's toes

Words by Susie E. Van Eman ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) N16 North American Music Company (music plate)

Lafayette

Lafayette

Words by J. G. Ginn ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) J.68 North American Music Company (music plate)

We're coming fellows

We're coming fellows

Words by Jack Debenham ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) J.75 North American Music Company (music plate)

Democracy

Democracy

Words by Mrs. Zeph Jones ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) I.76 North American Music Company (music plate)

A rightly raised boy

A rightly raised boy

Words by Ellen S. Watson ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) C31-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

Good-bye naughty submarine

Good-bye naughty submarine

Words by P. Thos. Ziegler ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) k.30 North American Music Company (music plate)

Send the boys something to smoke

Send the boys something to smoke

Words by Nell G. Monroe ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) D76 North American Music Company (music plate)

The stars and stripes forever

The stars and stripes forever

Words by Caroline E. Keith ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) K100 North American Music Company (music plate)

We'll carry old glory to Berlin

We'll carry old glory to Berlin

Words by Lee Gilgenbach ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) G82 North American Music Company (music plate)

Glory- glory- fight we must

Glory- glory- fight we must

Words by Mrs. Chas. O'Conner ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H71 North American Music Company (music plate)

Onward to victory

Onward to victory

Words by Mrs. B. Bottini ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) F13 North American Music Company (music plate)

When they listed colored soldiers in the U.S.A

When they listed colored soldiers in the U.S.A

Words by George & Idonia McNorwood ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) B-90 North American Music Company (music plate)

My heart is true to thee

My heart is true to thee

Words by Eliza Bell White ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E31 North American Music Company (music plate)

Our boys in France

Our boys in France

Words by Cordelia E. Henry ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E87 North American Music Company (music plate)

Take a chance for Uncle Sammy

Take a chance for Uncle Sammy

Words by Jappy R. Schroeter ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) D66 North American Music Company (music plate)

America's final stand

America's final stand

Words by Otto Albert Haas ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) A 67-2 North American Music Company. (music plate)

Hold the foe at bay

Hold the foe at bay

Words by Clifford Guibor ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E-98-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

Hurrah for Uncle Sam

Hurrah for Uncle Sam

Words by Mrs. Lydia M. Cooper ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) B23-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

For the eagle, God and liberty

For the eagle, God and liberty

Words by E. H. Tessman ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E48 North American Music Company (music plate)

The yankees are coming

The yankees are coming

Words by Ernest E. Seammen ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) F98 North American Music Company (music plate)

Sammie of the U.S.A

Sammie of the U.S.A

Words by Bruce H. Wilson ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) A32-2-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

Wilson against Wilhelm

Wilson against Wilhelm

Words by Norma Fewings ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) I.88 North American Music Company (music plate)

The sammies

The sammies

Words by J. W. Trevethan ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) K63 North American Music Company (music plate)

I hear Uncle Sammie calling me

I hear Uncle Sammie calling me

Words by Lulu Ann Sparks ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H78 North American Music Company (music plate)

The U.S.A. for mine

The U.S.A. for mine

Words by Mrs. C. H. Kemper ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) D8 North American Music Company (music plate)

Win we must

Win we must

Words by Evelyn H. Condon ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) L.27 North American Music Company (music plate)

A sammy's good-bye message

A sammy's good-bye message

Words by Sophia and Ethel Kerr ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) C-23 North American Music Company (music plate)

Somewhere on the sea twixt here and over there

Somewhere on the sea twixt here and over there

Words by Miss Evelina K. Couty ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) D31 North American Music Company (music plate)

Everybody Hooverize

Everybody Hooverize

Words by Mrs. Maude Burnette ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) K.14 North American Music Company (music plate)

Where the English Channel flows

Where the English Channel flows

Words by W. A. Sweet ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H4 North American Music Company (music plate)

Tell Uncle Sam "here I am"

Tell Uncle Sam "here I am"

Words by John Strothers, Jr. ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H37 North American Music Company (music plate)

A call to the flag

A call to the flag

Words by Loretta Bishop ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) D89 North American Music Company (music plate)

Let's go boys, let's go

Let's go boys, let's go

Words by R. E. Porter ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) D75 North American Music Company (music plate)

The battle cry is ringing

The battle cry is ringing

Words by Mrs. Etta Babler ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) K97 North American Music Company (music plate)

I love you soldier boy and your uniform

I love you soldier boy and your uniform

Words by Suella Fryer ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) J91 North American Music Company (music plate)

The nations prayer

The nations prayer

Words by Mrs. Emma Hahn ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) C-54 North American Music Company (music plate)

My Dixie

My Dixie

Words by Isabelle Hasley ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) C92 North American Music Company (music plate)

If I had a thousand lives to live I'd live them all for you

If I had a thousand lives to live I'd live them all for you

Words by Sue M. Chapman ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) K67-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

The boys of the U.S.A

The boys of the U.S.A

Words by Mrs. Lillian S. Martin ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) B-19-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

When they're fighting for their country's call

When they're fighting for their country's call

Words by Ray Hendrix ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) C-4 North American Music Company (music plate)

Some-where in France

Some-where in France

Words by Jappy Ridenhower Schroeter ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) A6-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

We'll defend the world 'gainst tyrants

We'll defend the world 'gainst tyrants

Words by J. Lex Bell ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E32 North American Music Company (music plate)

Stars and stripes our only hope

Stars and stripes our only hope

Words by Fred W. Blaine ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H-6-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

America we love you

America we love you

Words by Eugene Wade ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E99 North American Music Company. (music plate)

Going back to home folks

Going back to home folks

Words by Luetta H. Gill ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H95 North American Music Company (music plate)

The great world war

The great world war

Words by Ulysses G. Foster ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) I14 North American Music Company (music plate)

Uncle Sam's sons

Uncle Sam's sons

Words by G. M. Marshall ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) M4 North American Music Company (music plate)

The sons of Uncle Sam

The sons of Uncle Sam

Words by G. Mitchell ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) K70 North American Music Company (music plate)

We'll fight, fight, fight

We'll fight, fight, fight

Words by Mildred E. Ralston ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) I30 North American Music Company (music plate)

The cause of liberty

The cause of liberty

Words by Mildred Leon Corkum ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) M24 North American Music Company (music plate)

For the dear old U.S.A

For the dear old U.S.A

Words by Mrs. Irene McGinley ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H89 North American Music Company (music plate)

When Uncle Sam calls his boys to the front

When Uncle Sam calls his boys to the front

Words by Ervin Long ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E68 North American Music Company (music plate)

With my face to the east

With my face to the east

Words by Wylmarie Laura Bell ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) A60-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

For you, dear mother, I am pining

For you, dear mother, I am pining

Words by Matth. Eller ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) C-3 North American Music Company (music plate)

Yankee doodle land

Yankee doodle land

Words by Marjorie Robinson ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) D85 North American Music Company (music plate)

On to Berlin

On to Berlin

Words by Armin C. Lassiter ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) J51 North American Music Company (music plate)

When Uncle Sammy is through with me

When Uncle Sammy is through with me

Words by Gertrude Graybill ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) D24 North American Music Company (music plate)

Loyalty to our flag

Loyalty to our flag

Words by L. A. Teague ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) L82 North American Music Company (music plate)

While we are marching to Berlin

While we are marching to Berlin

Words by Leslie Borton ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) I.78 North American Music Company (music plate)

The lone soldier

The lone soldier

Words by A. M. Kline ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) L49 North American Music Company (music plate)

A mother's deed to-day

A mother's deed to-day

Words by Miss Rae D. Roberts ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H34 North American Music Company (music plate)

They are calling our boys

They are calling our boys

Words by Madaline Unger Moore ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) D-42 North American Music Company (music plate)

A yankee mother's pray'r

A yankee mother's pray'r

Words by Louis J. Julians ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) J100 North American Music Company (music plate)

The volunteer's good-bye

The volunteer's good-bye

Words by Mayme Thompson ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) A85-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

I've got to go

I've got to go

Words by Donald I. Wyatt ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) F99 North American Music Company (music plate)

My mother old and gray

My mother old and gray

Words by Mrs. Walter Patch ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) J.23 North American Music Company (music plate)

I'll be a sammy's sweetheart

I'll be a sammy's sweetheart

Words by Floyd M. Blackwell ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E9 North American Music Company (music plate)

Uncle Sam is calling you

Uncle Sam is calling you

Words by Bertha B. Bromley ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) K.29 North American Music Company (music plate)

The Red Cross nurses

The Red Cross nurses

Words by Joseph A. Meyer ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) I.77 North American Music Company (music plate)

My country- my flag

My country- my flag

Words by H. Arnold ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) B-87-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

The battle cry

The battle cry

Words by R. A. Dean ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) I.38 North American Music Company (music plate)

Tell her I was true to her

Tell her I was true to her

Words by Miss Gertrude Opal Ketteman ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) M88 North American Music Company (music plate)

We're all coming back

We're all coming back

Words by Bertha Siedler ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) K.22 North American Music Company (music plate)

Battle cry of the U.S.A

Battle cry of the U.S.A

Words by James J. Walsh ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) J.20 North American Music Company (music plate)

The sammies marching song

The sammies marching song

Words by Miss. L. May Burchnall ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) A91-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

The world is turning upside down

The world is turning upside down

Words by Mrs. E. L. Brown ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) J.5 North American Music Company (music plate)

Somewhere the boys are fighting

Somewhere the boys are fighting

Words by Chas. H. Stump ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) D65 North American Music Company (music plate)

For America

For America

Words by Miss B. Thompson ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) J.76 North American Music Company (music plate)

Somewhere in France

Somewhere in France

Words by Lucy Vogel ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E93 North American Music Company (music plate)

Three cheers

Three cheers

Words by Philip L. Haims ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) A50-2 North American Music Company (music plate)

My sweetheart across the sea

My sweetheart across the sea

Words by Louise Anthony ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) K.83 North American Music Company (music plate)

Mother's khaki boy

Mother's khaki boy

Words by Gunella M. Nelson ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) C68 North American Music Company (music plate)

I'm coming back to America and you

I'm coming back to America and you

Words by S. B. Rifkin ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) I.16 North American Music Company (music plate)

Oh! the Y.M.C.A

Oh! the Y.M.C.A

Words by Madeline Payne ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) C72 North American Music Company (music plate)

Our country first of all

Our country first of all

Words by Arthur C. Kufen ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) L70 North American Music Company (music plate)

Good-bye my brave soldier husband

Good-bye my brave soldier husband

Words by Irene Loder ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) C-56 North American Music Company (music plate)

U.S.A. victory

U.S.A. victory

Words by T. A. Regan ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H83 North American Music Company (music plate)

Sunlit hills of Picardy

Sunlit hills of Picardy

Words by D. J. Mitchell ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H38 North American Music Company (music plate)

Victory will be ours

Victory will be ours

Words by Alice Birdsall ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) B-98 North American Music Company (music plate)

He rode away on the old choo-choo

He rode away on the old choo-choo

Words by Lucy Bates ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H64 North American Music Company (music plate)

War's three thousand miles away

War's three thousand miles away

Words by J. N. Stotelmeyer ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) E91 North American Music Company (music plate)

My American eyes of blue

My American eyes of blue

Words by Nola Bolding ; music by Leo Friedman. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language) H88 North American Music Company (music plate)

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