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Wurlitzer 125 Music Roll Catalog Part 2
(Long Rolls from 1913 to 1964)

Originally compiled by Michael L. Grant
Converted to pdf by Terry Smythe

Converted from pdf to html and updated
David Back August 2014
Website: http://midimusic.github.io
Issue 1.1.2

ROLL NUMBER 3001 
1. Over The Waves (Sobre Lag Olas) (Juventino Rosas) (Aug, 1888) .................WALTZ 
2. Under The Double Eagle (J. F. Wagner) (Jun 10, 1913) ..........................MARCH 
3. Waves Of The Danube (Ion Ivanovici) (1880) ....................................WALTZ 
4. El Capitan (John P. Sousa) (May 18, 1896) .....................................MARCH 
5. Dream Of Heaven (A. W. Bauer) (Jul 24, 1899) ..................................WALTZ 
6. Blaze-Away! (Abe Holzmann) (Nov 8, 1901) ......................................MARCH 
7. Home, Sweet Home (Sir Henry Rowley Bishop) (1823) .............................WALTZ
 (From the 1823 London opera "Clari, Or The Maid Of Milan)
 "Composed & partly founded on a Sicilian Air" 

ROLL NUMBER 3002 
1. Ciribiribin (Alberto Pestalozza) (Sep 21, 1899) ...............................WALTZ 
2. The Enterpriser (J. Bodewalt Lampe) (Apr 3, 1909) .............................MARCH
3. Waltz From "The Chocolate Soldier" (Oscar Straus) (Oct 2, 1909)
 (From the 1909 Broadway comic opera "The Chocolate Soldier") 
4. Kaiser Frederic (Carl Friedemann) (Aug 16, 1909) ..............................MARCH 
5. Amoureuse, Selections (Rodolphe Berger) (Sep 26, 1901) ........................WALTZ 
6. Bulgarian March (Oscar Straus) (Dec 21, 1909)
 (From 'the 1909 Broadway comic opera "The Chocolate Soldier") 
7. Estudiantina (Lacome & Waldteufel) (Dec 22, 1881) .............................WALTZ 

ROLL NUMBER 3005 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for October, 1913) 
1. Turkey In The Straw (Zip Coon) (traditional) ................................FOX TROT
 (Tune first popular in 1834) 
2. Glow-Worm (Gluhwurmchen) (Paul Lincke) (Apr 30, 1902) .......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1907 Broadway musical comedy "The Girl Behind The counter") 
3. Chicken Reel (Joseph M. Daly) (Jun 25, 1910) ..............................BUCK DANCE 
4. Silver Threads Among The Gold (Hart Pease Danks) (1873) ........................WALTZ 
5. Stop, Stop, Stop (Irving Berlin) (Sep 17, 1910) .............................TWO STEP 
6. Moonlight Bay (Percy Wenrich) (Jan 18, 1912) ................................TWO STEP 
7. They Gotta Quit Kickin' My Dawg Aroun' (Cy Perkins) (Jan 3, 1912) ...........TWO STEP 
8. Everybody's Doin' It Now (Irving Berlin) (Nov 2, 1911) 
9. When You And I Were Young, Maggie (J. A. Butterfield) (Feb 1, 1909) .........TWO STEP 
10. Casey Jones (Eddie Newton) (Mar 9, 1909) ...................................TWO STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3006
 (Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for October, l913) 
1. Row Row Row (Jimmie Monaco) (Sep 21, 1912) ..................................TWO STEP
 (Interpolated in the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies Of 1912") 
2. Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee (Henry I. Marshall) (May 21, 1912)
 (Interpolated in the 1912 Broadway comedy "A Winsome Widow") 
3. Here Comes My Daddy Now (Lewis F. Muir) (Dec 21, 1912) ......................TWO STEP 
4. In My Harem (Irving Berlin) (Feb 1, 1913) .................................. TWO STEP 
5. And 	Johnny Goes Too (Billy Busch) (Jan 2, 1913) ...............................WALTZ 
6. The 	Trail Of The Lonesome Pine (Harry Carroll) (Feb 27, l913) 
7. That's How I Need You (Al. Piantadosi) (May 16, 1912) ..........................WALTZ 
8. You Made Me Love You (James V. Monaco) (Apr 30, 1913) 
9  You're A Great Big Blue Eyed Baby (A. Seymour Brown) (Feb 13, l913) 
10. Kentucky Days (Percy Wenrich) (Jul 9, 1912) 

ROLL NUMBER 3007 
"Length of 10 Piece Roll" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for December, 1913) 
1. Always Take A Girl Named Daisy (George W. Meyer) (Jan 29, 1913) ............TWO STEP
2. Tres Moutarde (Cecil Macklin) (Jul 26, 1911) ..................................TANGO
3. When I First Met You (Geo. W. Meyer) (Apr 7, 1913) ........................... WALTZ 
4. I'll Get You (Gus Edwards) (Feb 13, 1913) ...............................SCHOTTISCHE 
5. Isch Ga-Bibble (I Should Worry) (George W. Meyer) (Sep 20, 1913) ...........TWO STEP 
6. You're My Girl (Bobby Heath) (May 28, 1913) ............................SCHOTTISCHE 
7. The Curse Of An Aching Heart (AI Piantadosi) (Mar 6, 1913) ....................WALTZ 
8. Take Me Back (I. Berlin) (Sep 8, 1913) ........................................WALTZ
 (From the 1913 Broadway musical comedy "All Aboard") 

ROLL NUMBER 3008 
"Length of 10 Piece Roll" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for March, 1914) 
1. Don't Blame It All On Broadway (Bert Grant) (Sep 20, 1913) .................TWO STEP 
2. Brazi lian Dreams (Will H. Dixon) (Jun 16, 1913) ..............................TANGO 
3. Nights Of Gladness (Charles Ancliffe) (Aug 24, 1912) ......................... WALTZ 
4. Underneath The Cotton Moon (Geo. W. Meyer) (Jan 6, 1913) 
5. That International Rag (Irving Berlin) (Aug 12, 1913) ......................TWO STEP 
6. Some One Is Coming To My House (Irving Berlin) (May 15, 1913) ..............TWO STEP
7. How The Money Rolls In (Ted S. Barron) (May 6, 1913) ......................... WALTZ 
8. Peg O' My Heart (Fred. Fischer) (Jan 27, 1913) .............................TWO STEP
 (From the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies Of 1913") 
9. When It's Apple Blossom Time In Normandy (Mellor, Gifford & Trevor) (May 30, 1912)
 (From the 1912 Broadway "fanfare of frivolity" "The Sun Dodgers") 

ROLL NUMBER 3011 
(Estimated issue date: 1915) 
1. ? 
2. They All Had A Finger In The Pie (Harry Von Tilzer) (Aug 14, 1914) ..........TWO STEP 
3. Celebratin' Day In Tennessee (Jack Glogau) (Mar 21, 1914) ...................TWO STEP 
4. Oh! My Love (James V. Monaco) (Apr 6, 1914) .................................TWO STEP 
5. It's A Long, Long Way To Tipperary (Judge & Williams) (Oct 28, 1912) ........TWO STEP
 (From the 1914 Broadway musical spectacle "Dancing Around") (British song) 
6. The Red, White And Blue (Louis A. Hirsch) (Sep 3, 1914) .....................TWO STEP 
7. The Fatherland, The Motherland, The Land Of My Best Girl
 (Harry Carroll) (Sep 2, 1914)..................................................TWO STEP 
8. He's A Rag Picker (Irving Berlin) (Sep 28, 1914) ............................TWO STEP 
9. When It's Night Time Down In Burgundy (Herman Paley) (Jul 21, 1914) .........TWO STEP 
10. Along Came Ruth (Irving Berlin) (May 1, 1914) ..............................TWO STEP
 (Title song of the 1914 Broadway comedy) 
(For a variant of this roll, see 3011(P) in Part 3 of the catalog) 

ROLL NUMBER 3014 
1. Il Trovatore, Selections (Giuseppe Verdi) (Aug, 1853) .........................WALTZ 
2. La Piciouna (G. Rewe) .........................................................POLKA
3. Santiago (A. Corbin) (Mar 3, 1911) ....................................SPANISH WALTZ 
4. Espanita Waltz (George Rasey) (Jan 3, 1898) ...........................SPANISH WALTZ 
5. Francisco (H. Pulfrey) ........................................................WALTZ 
6. Wedding Of The Winds (John T. Hall) (Apr 2, 1896) .............................WALTZ 
7. Loin Du Bal (Echoes Of The Ball) (Ernest Gillet) (Mar 9, 1898) ................WALTZ 
8. The Veleta; New Round Dance (Arthur Morris) (Nov 28, 1904) ....................WALTZ 
9. Danae Du Paraguay (La Paraguaya) (J. Valverde) (Dec 6, 1907) ...............TWO STEP
 (Extract from the operetta "El Pollotejado") 
10. Faust (Charles Francois Gounod) (1859) .......................................WALTZ
 (first performance of the opera: Mar 19, 1859) 

ROLL NUMBER 3018 
1. The Skaters (Las Patineurs) (Emile Waldteufel) (Dec, 1882) ......................WALTZ 
2. Over The Waves (Sabre Las Olas) (Juventino Rosas) (Aug, 1888) ...................WALTZ 
3. On The Beautiful Blue Danube (Op. 314) (Johann Strauss) (May, 1867) .............WALTZ 
4. Dream Of Heaven (A. W. Bauer) (Jul 24, 1899) ....................................WALTZ 
5. Wedding Of The Winds (John T. Hall) (Apr 2, 1896) ...............................WALTZ 
6. Il Trovatore, Selections (Giuseppe Verdi) (Aug, 1853) ...........................WALTZ 
7. Estudiantina (Lacome & Waldteufel) (Dec 22, 1881) ...............................WALTZ 
8. Waves Of The Danube (Ion Ivanovici) (1880) ......................................WALTZ 
9. The Flower Of Italy (G. De Stefano) (Sep 24, 1902) ......................SPANISH WALTZ 

ROLL NUMBER 3023 
(Estimated issue date: 1917) 
1. She Is The Sunshine Of Virginia (Harry Carroll) (Jun 17, 1916) ...............ONE STEP 
2. At The End Of A Beautiful Day (William H. Perrins) (Feb 25, 1916) ...............WALTZ 
3. Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go With Friday On Saturday Night?
 (Geo. W. Meyer) (Mar 2, 1916)...................................................ONE STEP
 (From the 1916 Broadway musical extravaganza "Robinson Crusoe, Jr.") 
4. One, Two, Three, Four (Jack Ailau) (Sep 10, 1906) ......................HAWAIIAN WALTZ
 (From the 1912 Broadway play "The Bird Of Paradise") 
5. You're A Dangerous Girl (James V. Monaco) (May 8, 1916) 
6. Memories (Egbert Van Alstyne) (Oct 20, 1915) ...................................WALTZ 
7. Moonshine Sally (Joe Santly) (Jun 17, 1916) .................................ONE STEP 
8. Baby Shoes (AI Piantadosi) (Apr 27, 1916) ......................................WALTZ 
9. When The Southern Moon Is Swinging Low (Ray Fay) (Feb 5, 1916) ..............ONE STEP 
10. Betty (Rubens & Steffan) (May 31, 1915) .......................................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1916 Broadway musical play) 

ROLL NUMBER 3026 
"Length of Ten Piece Roll" 
1. Poet And Peasant, Overture (Franz von Suppe) (May, 1854) 
2. Carmen, Selections (Georges Bizet) (1875) 
3. Sextette From Lucia
 (Gaetano Donizetti) (1835) (First performance of "Lucia De Lammermoor": Sep 26, 1853) 
4. Cavalleria Rusticana. Siciliana And Intermezzo (Pietro Mascagni) (1890) 
5. Morning, Noon, And Night In Vienna, Overture (Franz von Suppe) (Feb, 1844)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3027 
"Length of Ten Piece Roll" 
1. William Tell, Overture (Gioachino Rossini) (1829) 
2. Il Trovatore, Selections (Giuseppe Verdi) (Aug, 1853) .........................WALTZ
 (First performance of the opera: Jan 19, 1853) 
3. Rigoletto, Selections (Giuseppe Verdi) (1851)
 (First performance of the opera: Mar 11, 1851) 
4. La Traviata, Overture (Giuseppe Verdi) (1853)
 (First performance of the opera: Mar 6, 1853) 
5. Semiramide, Overture (Gioachino Rossini) (1823)
 (First performance of "Semiramide": Feb 3, 1823) 

ROLL NUMBER 3032 
1. Since Maggie Dooley Learned The Hooley Hooley (George W. Meyer) (Oct 9, 1916) ONE SIEP 
2. There's Only One Little Girl (Geo. M. Cohan) (Nov 13, 1916) ..................ONE STEP 
3. Naughty! Naughty! Naughty! (Nat Vincent) (Oct 28, 1916) ......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1916 Broadway musical revue "The Show Of Wonders") 
4. When Those Sweet Hawaiian Babies Roll Their Eyes (Harry Ruby) (Jan 27, 1917) .FOX TROT 
5. I Know I Got More Than My Share (Clarke & Johnson) (Aug 31, 1916) ...............WALTZ 
6. Missouri Waltz (John Valentine Eppel; arranged by Frederick Knight Logan)
 (Oct 10, 1914) (Official state song of Missouri) 
7. I've Got The Sweetest Girl In Maryland (Walter Donaldson) (Jan 4, 1917) .......FOX TROT 
8. Hawaiian Butterfly (Baskette & Santly) (Feb 16, 1917) .........................FOX TROT 
9. Where The Black-Eyed Susans Grow (Richard A. Whiting) (Feb 7, 1917) ...........FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1916 Broadway musical extravaganza "Robinson Crusoe, Jr.") 
10. When Ttle Sun Goes Down In Dixie, Arrl The Moon Begins To Rise
 (Albert Von Tilzer) (Feb 3, 1917) ...............................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3033 
"Patriotic Roll" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for June, 1921) 
1. America (My Country, 'Tis Of Thee) (traditional) (Same tune as "God Save The King") 
2. Stars And Stripes Forever (John P. Sousa) (May 14, 1897) .......................MARCH 
3. Columbia, The Gem Of The Ocean (David T. Shaw) (Sep 3, 1915)
 (Adapted from the British tune "Brittania, Pride Of The Ocean") 
4. Battle Cry Of Freedom (George F. Root) (1863) 
5. Onward Christian Soldiers (Sir Arthur Sullivan) (Dec 1, 1871) ...................MARCH 
6. Just Before The Battle, Mother (George F. Root) (1863) 
7. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp The Boys Are Marching (George F. Root) (Jan 5, 1865) 
8. The High School Cadets (John Philip Sousa) (1890) ...............................MARCH 
9. Yankee Doodle (Composer unknown) ................................................MARCH
 (Earliest written reference: 1767 American comic opera "The Disappointment") 
10. The Star Spangled Banner (Attributed to John Stafford Smith) (1814)
 (Adapted from the English air "To Anacreon In Heaven" written between 1760 and 1775)
 (Made U.S. national anthem on Mar 3, 1931)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3035 
"Blue-Rag Roll" 
1. The Memphis Blues; Or, Mr. Crump (W. C. Handy) (Sep 28, 1912) 
2. Dallas Blues (Anonymous; arranged by M. Annabel Robbins) (Sep 6, 1912) 
3. Ft. Worth Blues (Euday L. Bowman) (May 4, 1915) 
4. St. Louis Blues (W. C. Handy) (Sep 11, 1914) 
5. Kansas City Blues (E. L. Bowman) (Aug 14, 1915)  (Unpublished: Oct 6, 1914) 
6. Bull Frog Blues (Brown & Shrigley) (Sep 6, 1916) 
(From the 1914 Broadway musical fantasy "Chin-Chin") 
7. Joy Man Blues (Billy Smythe) (Jun 20, 1916) 
8. Old Kentucky Blues (James J. Vaughan) (Oct 13, 1915) 
9. Pray For The Lights To Go Out (W. E. Skidmore) (Jan 24, 1916) 
10. Them Doggon'd Triflin' Blues (W. E. Skidmore) (Unpublished: Dec 14, 1916)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3037 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for October, 1917) 
1. It Takes A Long Tall Brown-Skin Gal To Make A Preacher Lay His Bible Down
 (W.E.Skidmore) (Jan 20, 1917) ..................................................FOX TROT 
2. I Called You My Sweetheart (James V. Monaco) (Feb 16, 1917) .....................WALTZ 
3. Over There (George M. Cohan) (Jun 1, 1917) .............................MARCH ONE STEP 
4. When It's Cherry Time In Tokio (Ivan Reid) (Apr 9, 1917) .....................FOX TROT 
5. The Sweetest Song I Ever Heard (Muggley & Bayley) (May 16, 1917) ................WALTZ 
6. I'm Going To Be A Soldier And Fight For The U.S.A.
 (Haller & Stafford) (Apr 30, 1917) .............................................ONE STEP 
7. She's Dixie All The Time (Harry Tierney) (Dec 30, 1916) ......................FOX TROT 
8. The Bluebird (Clare Kummer) (Nov 8, 1916) .......................................WALTZ 
9. We'll Be There On The Land, On The Sea, In TIle Air
 (James F. Hanley) (May 25, 1917)................................................ONE STEP 
10. Wake Up, Virginia, And Prepare For Your Wedding Day
 (Seifert, Rosenfeld & Porter) (May 25, 1917)....................................ONE STEP 

ROLL NUMBER 3038 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for November, 1917) 
1. From Me To Mandy Lee (Arthur Lange) (Jul 20, 1917) ..........................FOX TROT 
2. Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France (Billy Baskette) (Jun 20, 1917) ............ ONE STEP
 (From the Broadway revue "The Passing Show Of 1917") 
3. How Can I Forget, When There's So Much To Remember?
 (Irving Berlin) (May 25, 1917) .................................................. WALTZ 
4. Bring Me A Girl (Archie Gottler) (May 18, 1917) .............................ONE STEP 
5. Drowsy Waters (Jack Ailau) (Apr 14, 1916) ......................................WALTZ 
6. You Don't Have To Come From Ireland To Be Irish (Bert Grant) (Jun 16, 1917)..FOX TROT 
7. We're Going Over (Sterling, Grossman & Lange) (Aug 4, 1917) .................ONE STEP 
8. Joan Of Arc, They Are Calling You (Jack Wells) (May 25, 1917) ...............FOX TROT 
9. The Nora Bayes Fox Trot (Bayes & Ganiard) (Apr 7, 1917) 
10. U.S.S. New York March (J. R. Shannon) (Jul 21, 1915)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3039 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for January, 1918) 
1. I Don't Want To Get Well (Harry Jentes) (Sep 27, 1917) .......................ONE STEP 
2. Good-Bye, My Little Lady (James F. Hanley) (Aug 16, 1917) ....................ONE STEP 
3. Homeward Bound (George W. Meyer) (Sep 14, 1917) ..............................FOX TROT 
4. China, We Owe A Lot To You (Milton Ager) (Aug 22, 1917) ......................FOX TROT 
5. Just You (Con Perth) (1917) .....................................................WALTZ 
6. Break The News To Mother (Charles K. Harris) (Jan 8, 1898) ...............MEDLEY WALTZ 
7. They Go Wild, Simply Wild, Over Me (Fred Fisher) (Jul 19, 1917) ..............ONE STEP 
8. Send Me Away With A Smile (Weslyn & Piantadosi) (Jun 3, 1917) ............... ONE STEP 
9. Way Down There A Dixie Boy Is Missing (Harry Tierney) (Dec 24, 1917) .........FOX TROT 
10. My Hawaii, You're Calling Me (L. W. Lewis) (Jan 29, 1917) ...................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3040 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for February, 1918) 
1. Long Boy (Barclay Walker) (Jun 20, 1917) ....................................ONE STEP 
2. Everybody Loves An Irish Song (W. J. McKenna) (May 12, 1916) ...................WALTZ 
3. Don't Try To Steal The Sweetheart Of A Soldier (Van & Schenck) (Nov 8, 1917).FOX TROT 
4. All I Need Is A Girl Like You (Abe Olman) (May 28, 1917) ....................ONE STEP 
5. Liberty Bell, It's Time To Ring Again (Halsey K. Mohr) (Dec 19, 1917) .......FOX TROT 
6. The Dream Of A Soldier Boy (James V. Monaco) (Nov 30, 1917) ....................WALTZ 
7. Mammy Jinny's Hall Of Fame (Harry Tierney) (Dec 19, 1917) ...................ONE STEP 
8. We're Going To Hang The Kaiser Under The Linden Tree
 (Kendis & Brockman) (Nov 8, 1917) ................................................MARCH 
9. We Don't Know Where We're Going But We're On Our Way
 (W. R. Williams) (Jul 3, 1917) ................................................ONE STEP 
10. Say A Prayer For The Boys Out There (Alex Marr) (Sep 15, 1917) .............ONE STEP
 (From the 1917 Irish play "Acushla Machree") 

ROLL NUMBER 3041 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for May, 1918) 
1. Some Sunday Morning (Richard A. Whiting) (Jul 30, 1917) ......................FOX TROT 
2. In Berry Pickin' Time (Percy Wenrich) (Oct 13, 1917) .........................ONE STEP 
3. Bring Back My Daddy To Me (George W. Meyer) (Nov 26, 1917) ......................WALTZ 
4. Somewhere In France Is The Lily (Joseph E. Howard) (Aug 10, 1917) ............FOX TROT 
5. There's A Million Heroes In Each Corner Of The U.S.A.
 (Maurice Abrahams) (Nov 22, 1917) ..............................................ONE STEP 
6. My Sweetie (Irving Berlin) (Oct 11, 1917) ....................................FOX TROT 
7. Slippery Hank (Op. 263) (F. H. Losey) (Jun 16, 1908) .........................ONE STEP 
8. When You Play With The Heart Of A Girl (Albert Von Tilzer) (Dec 31, 1917) .......WALTZ 
9. Just A Baby's Prayer At Twilight (M. K. Jerome) (Jan 2, 1918) ................FOX TROT 
10. Tom, Dick And Harry And Jack Hurry Back (Milton Ager) (Dec 31, 1917) ........ONE STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3042 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for June, 1918) 
1. I Hate To Lose You (Archie Gottler) (Jan 2, 1918) ............................FOX TROT 
2. I Wish I Was In The Land Of Cotton Now (George W. Meyer) (Feb 21, 1918) ......FOX TROT 
3. There's A Lump Of Sugar Down In Dixie (Albert Gumble) (Feb 20, 1918) .........FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1914 Broadway revue "The Whirl Of The World") 
4. Derby Day In Dixie (Richard A. Whiting) (Feb 20, 1918) .......................ONE STEP 
5. Hawaiian Moonlight (F. Henri Klickmann) (Mar 20, 1918) ..........................WALTZ 
6. Hello, Central. Give Me No Man's Land (Jean Schwartz) (Apr 12, 1918) .........FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1918 Broadway musical show "Sinbad") 
7. Keep The Home Fires Burning Till The Boys Come Home (Ivor Novello) (Sep 5, 1915) 
8. There's A Long, Long Trail (Zo Elliott) (Feb 18, 1914) 
9. Laddie In Khaki (Iver Novello) (Jul 20, 1915) 
10. God Be With Our Boys Tonight (Wilfrid Sanderson) (Feb 25, 1918)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3043 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for September, 1918) 
1. Your Lips Are No Man's Land But Mine (McCarron & Morgan) (May 23, 1918) .......FOX TROT
 (From the 1917 Broadway musical revue "Over The Top") 
2. Just Like Washington Crossed The Delaware, General Pershing Will Cross The Rhine
 (George W. Meyer) (Apr 29, 1918) ................................................ONE STEP 
3. If He Can Fight Like He Can Love, Good-Night Germany
 (Geo. W. Meyer) (Apr 30, 1918) ..................................................ONE STEP 
4. They Were All Out Of Step But Jim (Irving Berlin) (Mar 9, 1918) ...............FOX TROT 
5. The U.S. Field Artillery March (John P. Sousa) (Jan 22, 1918) 
6. The Rainbow March (Louis Maurice) (Nov 14, 1917) 
7. Oh! Frenchy (Con Conrad) (Jul 25, 1918) .......................................ONE STEP 
8. Belgian Rose (Ed. Nelson) (Dec 17, 1917) ......................................FOX TROT 
9. I'm Sorry I Made You Cry (N. J. Clesi) (Jan 1, 1916) .............................WALTZ 
10. Oui, Oui, Marie (Wee Wee Marie) (Fred Fisher) (Jun 19, 1918) .................ONE STEP
 (Interpolated in the 1918 Broadway revue "star And Guitar")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3044 
"Special Roll Adapted to Skating Rinks" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for November, 1918) 
1. Missouri Waltz (John Valentine Eppel; arranged by Frederick Knight Logan)
 (Oct 10, 1914) (Official state song of Missouri) 
2. I'm Sorry I Made You Cry (N. J. Clesi) (Jan 1, 1916) ............................WALTZ 
3. Blue Rose (Frederick Knight Logan) (Jan 2, 1917) ................................WALTZ 
4. One, Two, Three, Four (Jack Ailau) (Sep 10, 1906) .......................HAWAIAN WALTZ
 (From the 1912 Broadway play "The Bird Of Paradise") 
5. Geraldine (Henry Lodge) (Mar 3, 1915) ................................HESITATION WALTZ 
6. Mawaiian Moonlight (F. Henri Klickmann) (Mar 20, 1918) ..........................WALTZ 
7. Millicent (Frank W. McKee) (Nov 14, 1914) .......................................WALTZ 
8. A Little Birch Canoe And You (Lee S. Roberts) (Aug 5, 1918) .....................WALTZ 
9. Kathlyn (Lee O. Smith) (Feb 9, 1914) ............................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3045 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for February, 1919) 
1. Smiles (Lee S. Roberts) (Aug 25, 1917) .......................................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the Broadway revue "The Passing Show Of 1918") 
2. Everything Is Peaches Down In Georgia (Ager & Meyer) (Jul 19, 1918) ..........FOX TROT 
3. Beautiful Ohio (Mary Earl) (Jan 18, 1918) .......................................WALTZ
 (Official state song of Ohio) 
4. Kiss Me Again (Victor Herbert) (Apr 16, 1915) ...................................WALTZ
 (Written to the theme of "If I Were On The Stage"
 from the 1905 Broadway comic opera "Mlle. Modiste") 
5. The Nation's Awakening (Lucien D. Denni) (Jan 2, 1918) .................MARCH TWO STEP 
6. The Call (Egbert Van Alstyne) (May 8, 1918) ............................MARCH TWO STEP 
7. It's Never Too Late To Be Sorry (Joseph A. Burke) (Oct 1, 1918) .................WALTZ 
8. Maytime Waltzes (Sigmund Romberg) (Sep 25, 1917) ................................WALTZ 
9. The Rose Of No Man's Land (James A. Brennan) (Aug 19, 1918) ..................FOX TROT
 (Loosely based on Beethoven's "Minuet In G") 
10. The Yanks Are At It Again (Rubey Cowan) (Jul 31, 1918) ................MARCH ONE STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3046 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for February, 1919) 
1. Kentucky Dream (Henry & Onivas) (Sep 30, 1918) ..................................WALTZ 
2. Waters Of Venice (Floating Down The Sleepy Lagoon)
 (Albert Von Tilzer) (Jun 10, 1918).................................................WALTZ 
3. After You've Gone (Creamer & Layton) (May 25, 1918) ..........................FOX TROT 
4. Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody (Jean Schwartz) (Mar 6, 1918) .......FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1918 Broadway musical show "Sinbad") 
5. A Little Birch Canoe And You (Lee S. Roberts) (Aug 5, 1918) .....................WALTZ 
6. Liberty Waltz (J. Bodewalt Lampe) (Aug 15, 1918) 
7. Over The Top (Geoffrey O'Hara) (Oct 23, 1917) ...................................MARCH 
8. Uncle Sam (Noonan & Bell) (Feb 10, 1910) ........................................MARCH 
9. There's A Light In Your Eyes (Ivan Caryll) (Aug 26, 1918) .......................WALTZ
 (From the 1918 Broadway musical comedy "The Girl Behind The Gun") 
10. Till We Meet Again (Richard A. Whiting) (Aug 30, 1918) .........................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3047 
"Waltz Roll" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for February, 1919) 
1. Floreine Waltz (Ernest J. Schuster) (Oct 15, 1908) 
2. If I'm Not At The Roll Call, Kiss Mother Good Bye For Me
 (Geo. Boyden) (Nov 27, 1918) ......................................................WALTZ 
3. Each Stitch Is A Thought Of You, Dear (Billy Baskette) (Jan 8, 1918) ...........WALTZ 
4. My Dream Girl (Jim Schiller) (Feb 23, 1918) .....................................WALTZ 
5. Only A Memory Of By-Gone Days (H. C. Weasner) (Oct 11, 1918) ....................WALTZ 
6. Roses Of Picardy (Haydn Wood) (Dec 4, 1916) .....................................WALTZ 
7. When A Blue Service Star Turns To Gold (Theodore Morse) (Oct 1, 1918)............WALTZ 
8. Dreamy Hawaiian Moon (Lee S. Roberts) (May 9, 1918) .............................WALTZ 
9. My Little Gypsy Wanda, Won't You Wander Back To Me
 (Levenson & Garton) (Aug 15, 1918) ................................................WALTZ 
10. Someone Is Longing For Home, Sweet Home; Thousands Of Miles Away
 (Jack Stern) (Apr 17, 1918) .......................................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3048 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for May, 1919) 
1. Good-Bye, France (Irving Berlin) (Nov 23, 1918) ..............................ONE STEP 
2. Herald Of Peace (E. T. Paull) (Dec 8, 1914) ............................MARCH TWO STEP 
3. Ships That Pass In The Night (Frederick Knight Logan) (Feb 9, 1918) .............WALTZ 
4. I'm Glad I Can Make You Cry (Mccarron & Morgan) (Sep 20, 1918) ..................WALTZ 
5. Mary (Hugo Frey) (Jun 24, 1918) ..............................................FOX TROT 
6. Mickey (Neil Moret) (Jan 2, 1918) ............................................FOX TOOT
 (Title song of the 1919 Mabel NormandlMack Sennett silent motion picture) 
7. Come On Papa (Ruby & Leslie) (Nov 23, 1918) ..................................ONE STEP
 (From the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies Of 1918") 
8. Madelon. I'll Be True To The Whole Regiment (Camille Robert) (Nov 20, 1918) ..ONE STEP 
9. Dear Old Pal Of Mine (Gitz Rice) (Mar 8, 1918) ..................................WALTZ
 (From the 1918 Broadway play "Getting Together")
 (Loosely based on Wagner's "Song To The Evening star") 
10. You'll Have To Put Him To Sleep With The Marseillaise And Wake Him Up With A Oo-La-La
 (Harry Von Tilzer) (Nov 6, 1918)................................................ONE STEP 
(For a variant of this roll, see 3044(P) in Part 3 of the catalog)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3049 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for July, 1919) 
l. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows (Harry Carroll) (Mar 2, 1918) ....................FOX TROT
 (From the 1918 Broadway musical comedy "Oh, Look!")
 (Based on Chopin's "Fantaisie Impromptu In C-Sharp Minor") 
2. Ja-Da, Ja-Da, Ja-Da (Jing-Jing-Jing) (Bob Carleton) (Oct 1, 1918) ............FOX TROT 
3. Have A Smile For Everyone You Meet And They Will Have A Smile For You
 (Bert Rule) (Nov 22, 1918) .....................................................ONE STEP 
4. Oh, Helen! (McCarron & Morgan) (Dec 24, 1918) ................................ONE STEP 
5. Salvation Lassie Of Mine (Caddigan & Story) (Dec 18, 1918) ..................... WALTZ 
6. Lullaby Blues In The Evening (J. Russel Robinson) (Mar 21, 1919) ................WALTZ 
7. Jazz Baby (M. K. Jerome) (Feb 13, 1919) ......................................FOX TROT 
8. Tears Of Love (S. R. Henry) (Dec 31, 1918)  ..................................FOX TROT 
9. How 'Ya Genna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm (After They've Seen Paree)
 (Walter Donaldson) (Jan 4, 1919) .............................................. ONE STEP 
10. Johnny's In Town (Meyer & Olman) (Feb 8, 1919) ............................. ONE STEP
 (Interpolated in the Broadway revue "2iegfeld Follies Of 1919") 

ROLL NUMBER 3050 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for September, 1919) 
1. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles (Kenbrovin & Kellette) (Jan 4, 1919) ................WALTZ
 (Interpolated in the Broadway revue "The Passing Show Of 1919") 
2. Alabama Lullaby (Cal De Voll) (Feb 11, 1919) ....................................WALTZ 
3. Our Director (F. E. Bigelow) (May 7, 1895) .............................MARCH TWO STEP 
4. And He'd Say Oo-La-La, Wee-Wee (Ruby & Jessel) (Jun 7, 1919) .................ONE STEP 
5. That Tumble-Down Shack In Athlone (Carlo & Sanders) (Sep 10, 1918) ..............WALTZ 
6. Honeymoon (Victor Arden) (Feb 20, 1919) .........................................WALTZ 
7. Anything Is Nice If It Comes From Dixieland
 (Clarke, Meyer & Ager) (Feb 8, 1919)............................................FOX TROT 
8. Spirit Of France (E. T. Paull) (Mar 10, 1919) ..........................MARCH TWO STEP 
9. General Pershing (Carl D. Vandersloot) (Mar 9, 1918) ...................MARCH TWO STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3051 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for October, 1919) 
1. The Junk Man Rag (C. Luckyth Roberts) (Mar 9, 1913) ..........................ONE STEP 
2. The Minstrel King (Charles C. Sweeley) (Jan 16, 1911) ..................MARCH TWO STEP 
3. Dengozo (Ernesto Nazareth) (Jan 10, 1914) ................................MAXIXE TANGO 
4. Ben Hur Chariot Race (E. T. Paull) (Nov 28, 1899) ...............................MARCH 
5. Glow-Worm (Gluhwurmchen) (Paul Lincke) (Apr 30, 1902) ........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1907 Broadway musical comedy "The Girl Behind The Counter") 
6. Ragtime Cadets (John Martin) (Jan 19, 1901) .....................................MARCH 
7. Officer Of The Day (R. B. Hall) (Jun 20, 1903) .........................MARCH TWO STEP 
8. National Emblem (Edwin Eugene Bagley) (Jun 30, 1906) ............................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3052 
"Waltz Roll For Skating" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list far October, 1919) 
1. Nights Of Gladness (Charles Ancliffe) (Aug 24, 1912) ............................WALTZ 
2. Love's Own Sweet Song (Emmerich Kalman) (Apr 21, 1914) ..........................WALTZ
 (From the 1912 Vienna operetta "Sari") 
3. Love Moon (Ivan Caryll) (Sep 28, 1914) ..........................................WALTZ
 (From the 1914 Broadway musical fantasy "Chin-Chin") 
4. Sphinx (Francis Popy) (May 9, 1916) .............................................WALTZ 
5. A Perfect Day (Carrie Jacabs-Bond) (Apr 29, 1910) ...............................WALTZ
 "Written at the Mission Inn. Riverside, California, in 1909" 
6. Ireland Must Be Heaven, For My Mother Came From There
 (McCarthy. Johnson & Fischer) (Jul 14, 1916) ......................................WALTZ 
7. My Clarabelle (Frank W. McKee) (May 21, 1915) ...................................WALTZ 
8. Hawaiian Nights (Lee S. Roberts) (May 17, 1916) .................................WALTZ 
9. (Songe d-Automne) Dream Of Autumn (Archibald Joyce) (Oct 30, 1909) ..............WALTZ
 (Copyrighted as "Songe d'Automne": Feb 1, 1909) 

ROLL NUMBER 3053 
"WALTZ ROLL FOR SKATING" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for October, 1919) 
1. Mighty Lak' A Rose (Ethelbert Nevin) (Sep 6, 1901) ............................. WALTZ 
2. The Sunshine Of Your Smile (Lillian Ray), (Jan 30, 1915) ........................WALTZ 
3. La Valse Que Nous Aimons (The Waltz We Love) (Armand Vecsey) (Feb 5, 1915) ......WALTZ 
4. Mother Machree (Ernest R. Ball) (Aug 18, 1910) ..................................WALTZ
 (From the 1910 Broadway musical "Barry Of Ballymore") 
5. 'Twas Only An Irishman's Dream (Rennie Cormack) (Jul 27, 1916) ..................WALTZ
 (From the 1916 Broadway comedy with songs "Broadway And Buttermilk") 
6. His Bridal Night (Salzer & Levy) (Jul 19, 1916) .................................WALTZ 
7. Humoreske Waltz (Anton Dvorak; arranged by Betty Racine) (May 17, 1915) 
8. The Century Girl (Victor Herbert) (Nov 18, 1916) ................................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1916 Broadway play with music) 
9. Dreaming, Valse (Archibald Joyce) (Dec 2, 1911) ................................ WALTZ
 (From the 1914 Broadway comedy "Pretty Mrs. Smith") 
10. Le Poeme (The Poem) (Sigmund Romberg) (May 7, 1913) ............................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3054 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for October, 1919) 
1. Everybody Wants A Key To My Cellar (Rose, Baskette & Pollack) (Apr 9, 1919) ..ONE STEP
 (From the Broadway rewe "Ziegfeld Follies, Of 1919") 
2. Take Your Girlie To The Movies, If You Can't Make Love At Home
 (Pete Wendling) (Apr 15, 1919) .................................................ONE STEP 
3. Down By The Meadow Brook (Pete Wendling) (Feb 20, 1919) .........................WALTZ 
4. Sweet Yesterdays (Arthur A. Penn) (Apr 21, 1919) ................................WALTZ 
5. Thurston (A. J. Stasny) ............................................... MARCH TWO STEP 
6  The Triumphant Banner (E. T. Paull) (Sep 16, 1907) .....................MARCH TWO STEP 
7. Take Me To The Land Of Jazz (Pete Wendling) (May 17, 1919) ...................FOX TROT 
8. The Alcoholic Blues (Albert Von Tilzer) (Jan 16, 1919) 
9. Hawaiian Lullaby (Ethel Bridges) (Jun 21, 1919) .................................WALTZ 
10. I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome (Kendis, Brockman & Vincent) (Nov 18, 1918) WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3055 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for December 1919) 
1. Daddy Long Legs (Harry Ruby) (Mar 27, 1919) .....................................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1919 First National silent motion picture) 
2. Dear Heart (W. C. Polla) (Mar 1, 1919) ..........................................WALTZ 
3. Tell Me (Max Kortlander) (Sep 27, 1919) ......................................FOX TROT 
4. When The Preacher Makes You Mine (Walter Donaldson) (Jul 21, 1919) ...........FOX TROT 
5. When You Look In The Heart Of A Rose (Florence Methven) (Apr 12, 1919) ..........WALTZ
 (From the 1918 Broadway musical comedy "The Better 'Ole") 
6. Broken Blossoms (A. Robert King) (May 31, 1919) .................................WALTZ 
7. Oh How She Can Sing (Van & Schenck) (Apr 22, 1919) ...........................ONE STEP
 (From the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies Of 1919") 
8. (You Don't Need The Wine To Have A Wonderful Time)
 While They Still Make Those Beautiful Girls (Harry Akst) (May 29, 1919) ........ONE STEP 
9. Oh! What A Pal Was Mary (Pete Wendling) (Jul 8, 1919) ...........................WALTZ 
10. Carolina Sunshine (Erwin R. Schmidt) (Aug 1, 1919) .............................WALTZ 

ROLL NUMBER 3056 
"Waltz Roll For Skating" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for December 1919) 
1. Lullaby Land (M. Prival) (Sep 2, 1919) ..........................................WALTZ 
2. I've Lived, I've Loved, I'm Satisfied, What More Is There To Say
 (Albert Von Tilzer) (Jun 27, 1919) ................................................WALTZ 
3. Good Night, Roses (Mo. Silnutzer) (Jul 21, 1919) ................................WALTZ 
4. Dreamy Alabama (Mary Earl) (May 22, 1919) .......................................WALTZ 
5. Artist's Life (Op. 316) (Johann Strauss) (Aug, 1867) ............................WALTZ 
6. One Thousand And One Nights (Op. 346) (Johann Strauss) (Aug, 1871) ..............WALTZ 
7. Good Night, Dearie (Henry & Onivas) (Nov 6, 1919) ...............................WALTZ 
8. My Swanee Home (Harry Hamilton) (Nov 29, 1919) ..................................WALTZ 
9. When The Rainbow Of Love Appears (Joseph Wilson Samuels) (Jul 12, 1919) ........ WALTZ 
10. There's Something About A Rose (That Means I Love You)
 (Carolyn Wilson) (Jun 23, 1919) ...................................................WALTZ 

ROLL NUMBER 3057 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for February, 1920) 
1. Swanee Shore (Mitchell, Fields & Kaufman) (Sep 29, 1919) ........................WALTZ 
2. Golden Gate, Open For Me (Kendis & Brockman) (Jun 25, 1919) .....................WALTZ 
3. Whoa January, You're Going To Be Worse Than July
 (Harry Von Tilzer) (Sep 5, 1919)................................................ONE STEP 
4. What's The Use Of Kicking, Let's Go 'Round With A Smile
 (Walter Donaldson) (Oct 15, 1919) ..............................................ONE STEP 
5. Pretty Little Rainbow (Vincent C. Plunkett) (Apr 18, 1919) ......................WALTZ
 (Indian love song) 
6. On Miami Shore (Golden Sands Of Miami) (Victor Jacobi) (Jun 4, 1919) ............WALTZ 
7. At The High Brown Babies' Ball (Davis, Erdman & Erdman) (Jun 27, 1919) .......FOX TROT 
8. Freckles (Hess & Ager) (Sep 9, 1919) .........................................FOX TROT 
9. I've Got My Captain Working For Me Now (Irving Berlin) (Sep 30, 1919) ....... ONE STEP
 (From the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies Of 1919") 
10. I Used To Call Her Baby (Johnson, Roth & Hess) (Aug 30, 1919) ...............ONE STEP

ROLL NUMBER 3058 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for April, 1920) 
1. Hand In Hand Again (Richard A. Whiting) (Nov 14, 1919) ..........................WALTZ 
2. Love's Rosary (Jennie Innella) (Nov 28, 1919) ...................................WALTZ 
3. All I Have Are Sunny Weather Friends (Kendis & Brockman) (Dec 23, 1919) ..... FOX TROT 
4. You'd Be Surprised (Irving Berlin) (Oct 28, 1919) ........................... FOX TROT
 (From the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies Of 1919") 
5. The Great American; Theodore Roosevelt (Harry J. Lincoln) (Nov 22, 1919)MARCH TWO STEP 
6. Swanee (George Gershwin) (Oct 31, 1919) ......................................ONE STEP
 (Interpolated in the 1918 Broadway musical show "Sinbad") 
7. Everyone Was Meant For Someone (Rubini & Santaella) (Oct 18, 1919) ..............WALTZ 
8. You're A Million Miles From Nowhere, When You're One Little Mile From Home
 (Walter Donaldson) (Dec 10, 1919) .................................................WALTZ 
9. I Want A Daddy Who Will Rock Me To Sleep (A. Baldwin Sloane) (Jul 21, 1919).. FOX TROT
 (From the 1919 Broadway revue "Greenwich Village Follies")
10. There's A Lot Of Blue-Eyed Marys Down In Maryland
 (Geo. W. Meyer) (Sep 22, 1919) .................................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3059 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for May, 1920) 
1. Dardanella (Bernard & Black) (May 21, 1919) ..................................FOX TROT 
2. Patches (Lee S. Roberts) (Sep 19, 1919) ......................................FOX TROT 
3. My Isle Of Golden Dreams (Wal ter Blaufuss) (Oct 22, 1919) ......................WALTZ
 (From the 1918 Broadway musical comedy "Oh, Look!") 
4. Sweet And Low (Charles L. Johnson) (Jul 24, 1919) ...............................WALTZ 
5. O (Oh) (Gay & Johnson) (Sep 26, 1919).........................................FOX TROT 
6. Peggy (Neil Moret) (Jun 9, 1919) .............................................FOX TROT 
7. That Naughty Waltz (Sol P. Levy) (Jul 10, 1919)
 (From the 1919 Broadway musical extravaganza "Hello, Alexander") 
8. Pickaninny Blues (F. Henri Klickmann) (Dec 8, 1919) .............................WALTZ 
9. You Said It (Henry W. Santly) (Dec 10, 1919) .................................FOX TROT 
10. Nobody Knows And Nobody Seems To Care (Irving Berlin) (Sep 30, 1919) ........FOX TROT 

ROLL NUMBER 3060 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for August, 1920) 
1. All The Boys Love Mary (Van & Schenck) (Jan 8, 1920) .........................ONE STEP
 (From the 1919 Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic") 
2. Oh By Jingo (Oh By Gee, You're The Only Girl For Me)
 (Albert Von Tilzer) (Dec 20, 1919) .............................................ONE STEP
 (From the 1919 Broadway musical comedy "Linger Longer Letty") 
3. Daddy, You've Been A Mother To Me (Fred Fisher) (Feb 2, 1920) ...................WALTZ
4. One Loving Caress (Percy Wenrich) (Aug 25, 1919) ................................WALTZ 
5. How Sorry You'll Be, Wait'll You See (Kalmar & Ruby) (Oct 1, 1919) ...........FOX TROT 
6. All The Quakers Are Shoulder Shakers, Down In Quaker Town
 (Pete Wendling) (Oct 15, 1919) .................................................FOX TROT 
7. Let The Rest Of The World Go By (Ernest R. Ball) (Aug 29, 1919) .................WALTZ 
8. When The Harvest Moon Is Shining (Ha. Von Tilzer) (Jan 2, 1920) ....... .........WALTZ 
9. Taxi (Mel. B. Kaufman) (Jul 10, 1919) ........................................ONE STEP 
10. Forward March (Joseph Meinrath) (Feb 1, 1919)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3061 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for October, 1920) 
1. At The Moving Picture Ball (Jos. Santly) (Feb 16, 1920) ......................FOX TROT 
2. American Pep (George H. Green) (Mar 1, 1920) .................................ONE STEP 
3. Hiawatha's Melody Of Love (George W. Meyer) (Mar 20, 1920) ......................WALTZ
 (Interpolated in the 1920 Broadway midnight revue "The Midnight Rounders") 
4. I'd Love To Fall Asleep And Wake Up In My Mammy's Arms
 (Fred E. Ahlert)  (Apr 14, 1920)................................................FOX TROT 
5. It Seems Like Ages And Ages And You've Only Been Gone A Day
 (Kendis & Brockman) (Mar 10, 1920) ................................................WALTZ 
6. Same Pretty Day (Fred E. Ahlert) (Apr 21, 1920) ..............................FOX TROT 
7. I'll Be With Yoo In Apple Blossom Time (Albert Von Tilzer) (May 22, 1920) .......WALTZ 
8. I'll Be With You When The Clouds Roll By (Kuhns, Kuhns & Kuhns) (May 14, 1920)FOX TROT 
9. The Eagle And The Lion (C. A. Arthur) (Mar 11, 1920) ...................MARCH TWO STEP 
10. Hawaiian Love (Terris & Bridges) (Jan 8, 1920) .................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3062 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for December, 1920) 
1. I Love You, Sunday (Charley straight) (May 21, 1920) .........................FOX TROT 
2. The Love Nest (Louis A. Hirsch) (Sep 23, 1920).........-......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1920 Broadway musical comedy "Mary") 
3. Whispering (John Schonberger) (Jul 22, 1920) .................................FOX TROT 
4. Hold Me (Hickman & Black) (Jan 13, 1920) ......................................FOX TROT
 (From. the 1920 Broadway 14th annual production "Ziegfeld Follies") 
5. Rio Grande (Harry Olsen) (Aug 8, 1919) ......................................... WALTZ 
6. You Ought To See Her Now (Ed. G. Nelson) (Jan 1, 1920) .......................FOX TROT 
7. Stop It (MeI. B. Kaufman) (Feb 24, 1920) .....................................ONE STEP 
8. Ask The Rose (Abe Olman) (Apr 9, 1920) ..........................................WALTZ 
9. Susan (Dave Kaplan) (Apr 15, 1920) .......................................... FOX TROT 
10. Fluffy Ruffles (Geo. Hamilton Green) (Apr 8, 1919) ...........................ONE STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3063 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for February, 1921) 
1. Alice Blue Gown (Harry Tierney) (Nov 8, 1919) .................................. WALTZ
 (From the 1919 Broadway musical comedy "Irene") 
2. Kiss A Miss (Maurice Baron) (Jun 6, 1920) ...................................... WALTZ 
3. For All And Forever (Harry J. Lincoln) (May 14, 1919) ..................MARCH TWO STEP 
4. The Gallant Hero
 (Charles A. Curtis; arranged by Harry J. Lincoln) (May 21, 1920) ........ MARCH TWO STEP
5. If A Baby Would Never Grow Older, A Mother Would Never Be Sad
 (George W. Meyer) (Oct 14, 1920) ..................................................WALTZ 
6. Honolulu Eyes (Violinsky) (Apr 17, 1920) ........................................WALTZ 
7. Comrades Of The Legion (John Philip Sousa) (Jun 1, 1920) ........................MARCH 
8. Gloryland (Lawrence B. O'Connor) (Oct 5, 1920) .........................MARCH ONE STEP 
9. Down The Trail To Home Sweet Home (Ernest R. Ball) (Apr 30, 1920) ...............WALTZ 
10. Girl Of My Heart (Lillian H. Sarver) (Aug 16, 1919) ............................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1920 Fox silent motion picture) 

ROLL NUMBER 3064 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for May, 1921) 
1. Humming (Breau & Herrlerson) (Dec 21, 1920) ..................................FOX TROT 
2. (Down By The) Ohio (O My O) (Abe Olman) (Nov 22, 1920) .......................ONE STEP
 (Interpolated in the Broadway revue "Scandals Of 1920") 
3. Rosie, Make It Rosy For Me (J. L. Merkur) (Dec 11, 1920) .....................FOX TROT 
4. My Mammy (Walter Donaldson) (Dec 28, 1920) ...................................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1918 Broadway musical show "Sinbad") 
5. Wandering Home (L. C. Case) (Notice of intention to use: Dec 13, 1920) ..........WALTZ 
6. My Home Town Is A One Horse Town fut It's Big Enough For Me
 (Abner Silver) (Apr 19, 1920) ..................................................ONE STEP 
7. Feather Your Nest (Kerrlis, Brockman & Johnson) (Sep 25, 1920) ...............FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1920 Broadway revue "Tip Top") 
8. The Call Of The Elk (Harry L. Alford) (Jul 1, 1920) ....................MARCH TWO STEP 
9. Home Again Blues (Berlin & Akst) (Nov 4, 1920) .............................. FOX TROT 
10. Mello Cello (Neil Moret) (Jan 3, 1921) .........................................WALTZ 

ROLL NUMBER 3065 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for May, 1921) 
1. The U.S. Field Artillery March (John P. Sousa) (Jan 22, 1918) 
2. Kiss Me Again (Victor Herbert) (Apr 16, 1915) ...................................WALTZ
 (Written to the theme of "If I Were On The Stage"
 from the 1905 Broadway comic opera "Mlle. Modiste") 
3. The Nation's Awakening (Lucien D. Denni) (Jan 2, 1918) .................MARCH TWO STEP 
4. Beautiful Ohio (Mary Earl) (Jan 18, 1918) .......................................WALTZ
 (Official state song of Ohio) 
5. Herald Of Peace (E. T. Paull) (Dec 8, 1914) ............................MARCH TWO STEP 
6. Artist's Life (Op. 316) (Joharul Strauss) (Aug, 1867) ...........................WALTZ 
7. Our Director (F. E. Bigelow) (May 7, 1895) .............................MARCH TWO STEP 
8. Thurston (A. J. Stasny) ................................................MARCH TWO STEP 
9. One Thousand And One Nights (Op. 346) (Joharul Strauss) (Aug, 1871) .............WALTZ 
10. The Triumphant Banner (E. T. Paull) (Sep 16, 1907) ....................MARCH TWO STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3066 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for June, 1921) 
1. Bright Eyes (Motzan & Jerome) (Dec 22, 1920) .................................FOX TROT 
2. Give Me A Million Beautiful Girls, But Give Me Them One At A Time
 (Ed. G. Nelson) (Dec 4, 1920) ..................................................ONE STEP 
3. Wyoming (Gene Williams) (Dec 2, 1919) ...........................................WALTZ 
4. I Never Knew I Could Love Anybody Like I'm Loving You (Tom Pitts) (Mar 3, 1920)FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the Broadway revue "The Midnight Rounders Of 1921") 
5. Spirit Of America (A Patriotic Patrol) (J. S. Zamecnik) (May 10, 1917) .MARCH TWO STEP 
6. Make Believe (Jack Shilkret) (Jan 18, 1921) ..................................FOX TROT 
7. Oh They're Such Nice People (Brown & Walsh) (Mar 5, 1921) ....................ONE STEP 
8. Sleepy Head (Brown & Hill) (Mar 20, 1921) .......................................WALTZ 
9. I Found A Rose In The Devil's Garden (Fred Fisher) (Jan 22, 1921) ............FOX TROT 
10. Somebody's Mother (Harry Von Tilzer) (Mar 26, 1921) ............................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3067 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for July, 1921) 
1. Ain't We Got Fun (Richard A. Whiting) (Mar 9, 1921) ..........................FOX TROT 
2. Down Yonder (L. Wolfe Gilbert) (Mar 5, 1921) .................................ONE STEP
 (Interpolated in the 1920 Broadway revue "Tip Top") 
3. Love Bird (Earl & Fiorito) (Jan 10, 1921) ....................................FOX TROT 
4. Held Fast In A Baby's Hands (Ray Perkins) (Apr 29, 1921) ........................WALTZ 
5. Rebecca Came Back From Mecca (Kalmar & Ruby) (Jan 12, 1921) ..................FOX TROT 
6. Down Around The 'Sip, 'Sip, 'Sippy Shore (Walter Donaldson) (Mar 2, 1921) ....ONE STEP 
7. Say You'll Be Mine (J. Morrison) (Apr 18, 1907) .................................WALTZ 
8. Speed (Paul Biese) (Oct 20, 1920) ............................................ONE STEP 
9. Peggy O'Neil (Pease, Nelson & Dodge) (Mar 26, 1921) .............................WALTZ 
10. Cherie (Irving Bibo) (Apr 16, 1921) .........................................FOX TROT
 "An American foxtrot song with a Parisian twist" 

ROLL NUMBER 3068 
"March Roll" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for August, 1921) 
1. Peace Song (Victor L. Schertzinger) (Jul 14, 1916) ..............................MARCH
 (Promotional theme for the 1916 Triangle silent motion picture "Civilization") 
2. The American Legion (Carl D. Vandersloot) (Feb 26, 1920) ...............MARCH TWO STEP 
3. King Of The Air (Julius K. Johnson) (Oct 4, 1910) ......................MARCH TWO STEP 
4. All America (J. S. Zamecnik) (Feb 11, 1916) .....................................MARCH 
5. The Fox Trail (J. S. Zamecnik) (Jun 15, 1917) ...................................MARCH 
6. The Connecticut March (William Nassann) (Apr 11, 1911) 
7. Motor King (Henry Frantzen) (Feb 7, 1910) .......................................MARCH 
8. Aurora Borealis (Robert De Socio) (Mar 19, 1921) .......................MARCH TWO STEP 
9. Glory For Yale (Stanleigh P. Friedman) (May 6, 1920) ............................MARCH 
10. President Harding March (Paul Crane) (Oct 28, 1920)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3069 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for November, 1921) 
1. Listening (Joe Solman) (Feb 21, 1921) ........................................FOX TROT 
2. The Last Waltz (Oscar Straus) (Apr 20, 1921)
 (Title song of the 1921 Broadway musical production) 
3. In A Boat For Two (Lange, Liggy & Klapholz) (Apr 18, 1921) ...................FOX TROT 
4. Heaven Is Like Dixie After All (Stern & Marks) (Apr 6, 1921) .................ONE STEP 
5. Hortense (Walter Donaldson) (Mar 4, 1921) ....................................FOX TROT 
6. Stand Up And Sing For Your Father An Old Time Tune
 (Burr & Perkins) (Apr 26, 1921)....................................................WALTZ 
7. The Wang Wang Blues (Mueller, Johnson & Busse) (Jan 3, 1921) .................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies Of 1921") 
8. Wha, Wha, That Imaginary Isle (Lester Stevens) (Jan 29, 1921) ................ONE STEP 
9. Mississippi Cradle (Abe Olman) (Jul 25, 1921) ...................................WALTZ 
10. My Sunny Tennessee (Kalmar, Ruby & Ruby) (Jun 29, 1921) .....................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the Broadway revue "The Midnight Rounders Of 1921") 

ROLL NUMBER 3070 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for December, 1921) 
1. Royal Trumpeters March (Frank R. Seltzer) (Mar 30, 1905) 
2. There's Only One Pal, After All (F. Henri Klickmann) (Dec 14, 1920) ............WALTZ 
3. The Drum Major (Jacob Henry Ellis) (Jul 27, 1921) ..............................MARCH 
4. Tomorrow Land (H. J. Tandler) (Feb 5, 1921) ....................................WALTZ 
5. Electric Current (H. J. Lincoln) (Jun 18, 1921) ...............  ...............MARCH 
6. Marsovia (Henriette Blanke-Belcher) (Apr 24, 1908) ............................ WALTZ 
7. Excelsior'S March (Carl W. Johnson) (Oct 29, 1921) 
8. Island Of Love (Mabel E. Fischer) (Oct 29, 1921) ......................HAWAIIAN WALTZ 
9. Noisy Neighbors (B. J. Lincoln) (Jun 18, 1921) .................................MARCH 
10. Rock-A-Bye Land (H. C. Weasner) (Mar 26, 1921) ................................WALTZ 

ROLL NUMBER 3071 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for January, 1922) 
1. Ma (Con Conrad) (Jul 22, 1921) ..............................................FOX TROT
 (From the Broadway revue "The Midnight Rounders Of 1921") 
2. When Shall We Meet Again (Richard A. Whiting) (Nov 23, 1921) ...................WALTZ
 (From the 1920 Broadway revue "Tip Top") 
3. Leave Me With A Smile (Koehler & Burtnett) (Oct 4, 1921) ....................FOX TROT 
4. Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old Kentucky Home (George W. Meyer) (Aug 6, 1921) ....FOX TROT 
5. Sweet Hawaiian Girl Of Mine (Sam A. Perry) (May 28, 1921) ..................... WALTZ 
6. Say It With Music (Irving Berlin) (Mar 21, 1921) ............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1921 Broadway topical revue "Music Box Revue") 
7. When Francis Dances With Me (Violinsky) (Sep 13, 1921) .........................WALTZ
 (Unpublished: Jul 26, 1921) 
8. All By Myself (Irving Berlin) (Apr 27, 1921) .................................FOX TROT 
9. Hawaiian Chimes (Eva Applefield) (May 14, 1921) .................................WALTZ 
10. Dapper Dan (Albert Von Tilzer) (Aug L 1921) ..................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3072 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for February, 1922) 
1. A Dream Of Your Smile (Con Conrad) (Feb 15, 1921) ............................FOX TROT 
2. Sally And Irene And Mary (Cantor & Ceballos) (Nov 21, 1921) .................... WALTZ 
3. Wabash Blues (Fred Meinken) (Sep 26, 1921) ...................................FOX TROT 
4. Mickey O'Neil. A Brother Of Peggy O'Neil (Nelson & Coots) (Oct 25, 1921) ........WALTZ 
5. Weep No More My Mammy (Lew Pollack) (Oct 3, 1921) ............................FOX TROT 
6. My Carolina Rose (Wendell W. Hall) (Feb 17, 1921) ...............................WALTZ 
7. I Realize (F. Fisher) (May 20, 1920) .........................................FOX TROT 
8. Sunset Glow (F. W. Vandersloot) (Mar 24, 1916) ..................................WALTZ 
9. The Sheik Of Araby (Ted Snyder) (Nov 17, 1921) ...............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1922 Broadway revue "Make It Snappy") 
10. When I Dance With You In Paradise (F. Desort) (Nov 2, 1921) ....................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3073 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for April, 1922) 
1. Blue Danube Blues (Jerome Kern) (Sep 30, 1921) ...............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1921 Broadway musical comedy "Good Morning, Dearie") 
2. Time After Time (Ernest R. Ball) (Nov 1, 1921) ..................................WALTZ 
3. Mounted Police (Harry J. Lincoln) (Jan 29, 1921) ................................MARCH 
4. Smilin' (Rose, Wolohan & Krausgrill) (Sep 28, 1921) ..........................FOX TROT 
5. Beautiful California (Charles Edward Storer) (1921) .............................WALTZ 
6. Melon Time In Dixieland (Dave Ringle) (Jun 9, 1921) ..........................ONE STEP 
7. Marie (Otto Motzan) (Nov 29, 1921) ...........................................FOX TROT 
8. She's Mine, All Mine (Kalmar & Ruby) (Dec 30, 1921) .............................WALTZ 
9. Lincoln Highway (Harry J. Lincoln) (Oct 29, 1921) ...............................MARCH 
10. Colorado And You (Charles L. Johnson) (Jan 11, 1922) ...........................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3074 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for May, 1922) 
1. When Ehudda Smiles (Brown & Zany) (Sep 14, 1921) .............................FOX TROT 
2. Boo Hoo Hoo, You're Gonna Cry When I'm Gone
 (Link, Aaronson & Lentz) (Jan 3, 1922) .........................................FOX TROT 
3. Stealing (Dan Sullivan) (Jan 20, 1921) .......................................FOX TROT 
4. Another Waltz (George P. Hulten) (Aug 26, 1921) 
5. While Miami Dreams (Richard A. Whiting) (Jan 26, 1922) .......................FOX TROT 
6. Birds Of A Feather (Jack McGowan) (Jun 20, 1921) .............................FOX TROT 
7. Ka-Lu-A (Jerome Kern) (Oct 22, 1921) .........................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1921 Broadway musical comedy "Good Morning, Dearie") 
8. Rio Nights (Fisher Thompson) (Dec 30, 1920) .....................................WALTZ
 (From the 1921 Broadway musical comedy "Good Morning, Dearie") 
9. Ty-Tee (Tahiti) (Irving Bibo) (Jan 20, 1921) .................................FOX TROT 
10. Never Mind (Breau & Sanders) (Jan 27, 1922) .................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3075 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for June, 1922) 
1. California (Friend & Conrad) (Mar 28, 1922) .................................FOX TROT 
2. Moon River (Lee David) (Jul 1, 1921) ...........................................WALTZ 
3. Pick Me Up And Lay Me Down In Dear Old Dixieland
 (Kalmar & Ruby) (Feb 11, 1922) ................................................FOX TROT 
4. They Call It Dancing (Irving Berlin) (Oct 6, 1921) ..........................ONE STEP
 (From the 1921 Broadway topical revue "Music Box Revue") 
5. Don't Leave Me Mammy (Conrad & Santly) (Dec 28, 1921) .......................FOX TROT 
6. Too Many Kisses Mean Too Many Tears (Sarrlefur & Kortlander) (Mar 7, 1922)...FOX TROT 
7. Nobody Knows Where Tosti Goes, When Tosti Says Good-Bye
 (Geo. W. Meyer) (Feb 28, 1922).................................................ONE STEP 
8. Gee! But I Hate To Go Home Alone (James F. Hanley) (Feb 28, 1922) ...........FOX TROT
 (From the 1922 Broadway comedy "The French Doll") 
9. By The Sapphire Sea (Ted Snyder) (Mar 8, 1922) .................................WALTZ 
10. All Over Nothing At All (James S. Rule) (Jan 31, 1922) .....................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3076 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for July, 1922) 
1. I'm Gonna Buy A One-Way Ticket To A Little One-Horse Town
 (Young & Squires) (Mar 18, 1922) ...............................................FOX TROT 
2. Kadosh Commandery (Leon P. Thomas) (Jun 3, 1922) .......................MARCH TWO STEP 
3. Jimmy, I Love But You (Trebla & Capie) (Feb 11, 1922) .........................FOX TROT 
4. Babbling Brook (Kendis & Brockman) (Jan 31, 1922) ...............................WALTZ 
5. O-oo Ernest, Are You Earnest With Me (Cliff Friend) (Mar 28, 1922) ...........FOX TROT 
6. I Love Her-She Loves Me; I'm Her He, She's My She
 (Caesar & Cantor) (May 2, 1922) ................................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1922 Broadway revue "Make It Snappy") 
7. From Sea To Sea (Leon P. Thomas) (Jun 3, 1922) ..................................MARCH 
8. You Won't Be Sorry (Burtnett & Marcasie) (Mar 7, 1922) .......................FOX TROT 
9. Along Hawaiian Shores (Anna Brock) ..............................................WALTZ 
10. Stumbling (Zez Confrey) (Apr 3, 1922) .......................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3077 
"Sacred Roll" "Not Taxable" 
(Listed. in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for July, 1922) 
1. Abide With Me; Fast Falls The Eventide (William Henry Monk) (1861) 
2. Onward. Christian Soldiers (Sir Arthur Sullivan) (Dec 1, 1871) ..................MARCH 
3. Lead, Kindly Light (Lux Benigna) (John Bacchus Dykes) (1867) 
4. The Palms (Les Rameaux) (Jean-Baptiste Faure) (1872) 
5. Beautiful Isle Of Somewhere (Jorm S. Fearis) (Jun 18, 1902) 
6. One Sweetly Solemn Thought (R. S. Ambrose) (May 6, 1898) 
7. Shall We Gather At The River? (Robert Lowry) (1864) 
8. What A Friend We Have In Jesus (Charles Crozat Converse) (1868) 
9. God Be With You Till We Meet Again (William Gould Tomer) (1883) 
10. Jesus Lover Of My Soul (Simeon Butler Marsh) (1834)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3078 
"Blue Roll" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for August, 1922) 
1. Virginia Blues (Fred Meinken) (Feb 2, 1922) 
2. The Schoolhouse Blues (Irving Berlin) (Nov 25, 1921)
 (From the 1921 Broadway topical revue "Music Box Revue") 
3. Arkansas Blues; A Down Home Chant (Lada & Williams) (Sep 17, 1921) 
4. Black Eyed. Blues (Don Kendall) (Jan 21, 1922) 
5. Old Time Blues (Perry Bradford) (Nov 19, 1921) 
6. The Down Home Blues (Tom Delaney) (Sep 24, 1921) 
7. High'Brown Blues (Milton Agel") (Feb 18, 1922) 
8. Hard Time Blues (E. S. S. Huntington) (Dec 15, 1921) 
9. Bad Man Blues, Or. Joe Loved His Mama (Louis E. Zoeller) (Jun 21, 1922) 
10. Neglectful Blues (Everett Sanderson) (Unpublished: Dec 10, 1919)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3079 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for August, l922) 
1. Just Because You're You-That's Why I Love You (Turk & Robinson) (Apr l8, 1922) FOX TROT 
2. Nobody Lied (When They Said That I Cried Over You)
 (Edwin J. Weber) (May 10, 1922) .................................................FOX TROT 
3. I Got It, You'll Get It Just The Same As Me (Brown & Pollack) (Jan 28, 1922) ..ONE SIEP 
4. Rock Me In My Swanee Cradle (Young & Squires) (Apr 8, 1922) ...................FOX TROT 
5. Down On Avenue A (Violinsky) (Apr 21, 1922) ......................................WALTZ 
6. Mister Gallagher And Mister Shean (Gallagher & Shean) (Jan 4, l922) ...........ONE STEP
 (Interpolated in the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies, 1922")
7. Ki-Ki-Koo (George W. Meyer) (Mar 24, 1922) ....................................FOX TROT 
8. Yankee Tars (John Boulton) (May 12, 1919) ...............................MARCH TWO STEP 
9. Why Should I Cry Over You? (Miller & Cohn) (May 19, 1922) .......................WALTZ 
10. Who Believed In You (A. Friedland) (Sep 15, 1921) ............................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3080 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for September, 1922) 
1. Buzz Mirandy (Dave Franklin) (Apr 21, 1922) ..................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1922 Broadway colored vaudeville "Strut Miss LIZZY") 
2. I Certainly Must Be In Love (Dan Dougherty) (May 10, 1922) ......................WALTZ 
3. I'm Just Wild About Harry (SissIe & Blake) (Jun 23, 1921) ....................FOX TROT
 (From the 1921 Broadway all-negro musical comedy "Shuffle Along") 
4. Dixie Highway (Walter Donaldson) (Aug 4, 1922) ...............................FOX TROT 
5. 'Neath The South Sea Moon (Hirsch, Buck & Stamper) (Jun 20, 1922) ............FOX TROT
 (From the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies, 1922") 
6. My Hawaiian Paradise (Sammy Feinberg) (Jul 12, 1922) ............................WALTZ 
7. Waikiki. I Hear You Calling Me (Kalmar & Ruby) (Feb 20, 1922) ................FOX TROT 
8. Georgette (Ray Henderson) (May 8, 1922) ......................................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1922 Broadway revue "Greenwich Viliage Follies") 
9. Down Old Virginia Way (Gillette & Olman) (Aug 18, 1922) .........................WALTZ 
10. List'ning On Some Radio (Hirsch, Buck & Stamper) (Jun 20, 1922) .............FOX TROT
 (From the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies, 1922")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3081 
"WALTZ ROLL FOR SKATING" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for October, 1922) 
1. Mellow Moon (W. W. Hall) (Apr 5, 1922) .........................................WALTZ 
2. The Sunset Trail Of Gold (James G. MacDermid) (Jul 7, 1922) ....................WALTZ 
3. I'm A Little Waltz, Lonesome Little Waltz (Schwartz & Senna) (Feb 11, 1922) 
4. Pacific Shore (C. C. Nixon) (Feb 23, 1922) .....................................WALTZ 
5. My Buddy (Walter Donaldson) (Sep 6, 1922) ......................................WALTZ
 (From the 1922 First National silent motion picture "Skin Deep") 
6. Love's Last Day (Ralph Benatzky) (Apr 10, 1922) ................................WALTZ 
7. Three O'Clock In The Morning (Julian Robledo) (Jun 2, 1921) ....................WALTZ
 (Interpolated in the 1921 Broadway revue "Greenwich Village Follies") 
8. Thru' The Night (Frederick Knight Logan) (Jul 24, 1922) ....................... WALTZ 
9. My Machree's Lullaby (Mullane & Schuster) (Apr 15, 1922) .......................WALTZ 
10. Hawaiian Nightingale (Vaughn De Leath) (Mar 25, 1922)  ........................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3082 
"March Roll" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for November, 1922) 
1. Sagamore (Edwin Franko Goldman) (Sep 13, 1920) ................................MARCH 
2. Frat (John F. Barth) (Sep 17, 1910) ...........................................MARCH 
3. The Gallant Seventh (John Philip Sousa) (Jul 11, 1922) ........................MARCH 
4. Lu Lu Band (Charles C. Sweeley) (Mar 9, 1912)..................................MARCH 
5. Comrades In Arms (Op. 274) (F. H. Losey) (May 23, 1909) .......................MARCH 
6. Class Days (J . S. Zamecnik) ................................................. MARCH 
7. The Ambassador (J. S. Zamecnik) ...............................................MARCH 
8. On The Hike (J. S. Zamecnik) ..................................................MARCH 
9. America's Finest (J. S. Zamecnik) (1916) ......................................MARCH 
10. Boy Scouts Parade (Julius K. Johnson) (Nov 12, 1912) .........................MARCH

ROLL NUMBER 3083 
"Italian Roll" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for November, 1922) 
1. Garibaldi March (P. M. Costa) (May 31, 1906) 
2. La Campana Di San Giusto (Colombino Arona) (Feb 5, 1916) 
3. Un Pensiero Notturno (S. Persico) (Jun 12, 1907) ..............................WALTZ 
4. Santa Lucia (T. Cottrau) (Aug 31, 1915) (Italian folk song) 
5. Tesoro Mio (My Treasure) (Ernesto Becucci) (Jul 2, 1906) ......................WALTZ 
6. Sharpshooter's March (March Of The Bersagliere) (R. Eilenberg) (Jun 20, 1914) 
7. Il Bacio (The Kiss) (Luigi Arditi) (May 21, 1910) .............................WALTZ 
8. Marcia Reale (Royal March) (Giuseppe Gabetti) (1831) ..........................MARCH 
9. Sehza Mamma (Francesco Pennino) (Nov 13, 1918) 
10. Speranze Perdute (Lost Hope) (A. Morelli) (Dec 31, 1914) .....................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3084 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for December, 1922) 
1. Early In The Morning Blues (Klages & Brown) (Unpublished: Mar 13, 1922) .....FOX TROT 
2. Call Me Back, Pal O' Mine (Harold Dixon) (Jan 5, 1921) .........................WALTZ 
3. I'm Happy (Hirsch, Arden & Green) (Sep 30, 1922) ............................FOX TROT 
4. Striking Fire (Harry J. Lincoln) (Nov 18, 1922) .......................MARCH TWO STEP 
5. Homesick (Irving Berlin) (Aug 25, 1922) .....................................FOX TROT 
6. National Progress (H. O. Prell) (Nov 9, 1921) ..................................MARCH 
7. Struttin' At The Strutters' Ball (Spencer Williams) (Jun 29, 1922) ..........FOX TROT 
8. At Sun Down (G. W. Thomas) (May 5, 1922) .......................................WALTZ 
9. I'll Be In My Dixie Home Again Tomorrow (Turk & Robinson) (Sep 9, 1922) .....FOX TROT 
10. Cradle Of Gold; The Best Little Nest Of All (H. C. Weasner) (May 8, 1922) .....WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3085 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for February, 1923) 
1. Blue (Lou Handman) (Aug 3, 1922) .............................................FOX TROT 
2. Juno Waltz (Abbie A. Ford) (May 3, 1911) 
3. He Loves It (Pete Wendling) (Oct 7, 1922) ....................................FOX TROT 
4. While The Years Roll By (Jack Austin) (Jun 29, 1922) ............................WALTZ 
5. Carolina In The Morning (Walter Donaldson) (Oct 2, 1922) .....................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the Broadway musical revue "Passing Show Of 1922") 
6. Miami Moon (Miami d'Amour) (Eugene E. Maynard) (Apr 8, 1921) ....................WALTZ 
7. Dancing Fool (Ted Snyder) (Jun 8, 1922) ......................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1920 Paramount silent motion picture "Dancin' Fool") 
8. The Silvery Brook (Edmund Braham) (Aug 13, 1907) ................................WALTZ 
9. Toot Toot Tootsie (Good Bye) (Keyes, Erdman & Russo) (Aug 19, 1922) ..........FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1921 Broadway musical revue "Bomba") 
10. Chicago (That Toddling Town) (Fred Fisher) (Aug 15, 1922) ...................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3086 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for March, 1923) 
1. Lovin' Sam, The Sheik Of Alabam' (Milton Ager) (Sep 6, 1922) .................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1922 Broadway revue "Make It Snappy") 
2. After Every Party (Earl Burtnett) (Nov 22, 1922) ................................WALTZ 
3. Lost (A Wonderful Girl) (James F. Hanley) (Oct 14, 1922) .....................FOX TROT 
4. Legion Of Victory
 (Carlton & Guardia; rewritten & arranged by E. T. Paull)(Jan 19, 1921) ............MARCH 
5. The Fuzzy Wuzzy Bird (Harold Weeks) (Oct 23, 1922) ...........................FOX TROT 
6. All For The Love Of Mike (Pease, Nelson & Tobias) (Aug 14, 1922) ................WALTZ 
7. Who Cares (Milton Ager) (Sep 6, 1922) ........................................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1921 Broadway musical revue "Bomba") 
8. Nellie Kelly I Love You (George M. Cohan) (Jul 29, 1922) ........................WALTZ
 (From the 1922 Broadway musical comedy "Little Nellie Kelly") 
9. I Gave You Up Just Before You Threw Me Down
 (Kalmar, Ruby & Ahlert) (Sep 15, 1922) .........................................FOX TROT 
10. I'z In A Flurry, Oh Do Hurry (R. B. Eisenberg) (Jan 22, 1923) ...............ONE STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3087 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for April, 1923) 
1. Carry Me Back To My Carolina Home (Abner Silver) (Oct 4, 1922) ...............FOX TROT 
2. In A Corner Of The World All Our Own (Jesse CraWford) (Aug 7, 1922) .............WALTZ 
3. You Tell Her-I stutter (Cliff Friend) (Nov 8, 1922) ..........................FOX TROT 
4. November Rose, Good-Bye (Jack Snyder) (Jan 4, 1922) .............................WALTZ 
5. Open Your Arms, My Alabamy (Geo. W. Meyer) (Nov 8, 1922) .....................FOX TROT 
6. Rocky Mountain Moon (Marshall & Whiting) (Jan 15, 1923) ........................WALTZ 
7. Dearest You're The Nearest To My Heart (Harry Akst) (Jan 5, 1923) ............FOX TROT 
8. A Mile A Minute (James L. Harlin) (Aug 14, 1917) ................................MARCH 
9. Jolly Peter (Bummel-Petrus)
 (Werner Kersten; revised by D. Onivas) (May 24, 1922) ..........................FOX TROT 
10. Plume Of Purity
 (Joseph Kiefer; arranged by H. J. Lincoln) (Mar 25, 1921) ............... MARCH TWO STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3088 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for June, 1923) 
1. Barney Google (Rose & Conrad) (Mar 29, 1923) .................................FOX TROT 
2. Love Sends A Little Gift Of Roses (John Openshaw) (Jul 29, 1919) ................WALTZ 
3. No One Loves You Any Better Than Your M-A-Double-M-Y
 (Harry Link) (Jan 29, 1923) ....................................................FOX TROT 
4. The Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers (Leon Jessel) (May 18, 1922) ...............FOX TROT
 (Published overseas as "The Parade Of The Tin Soldiers") 
5. Isle Of Sweethearts (Maurice Yvain) (Mar 29, 1922) ..............................WALTZ 
6. You've Got To See Mamma Ev'ry Night (Or You Can't See Mamma At All)
 (Rose & Conrad) (Jan 16, 1923) .................................................FOX TROT 
7. In The Heart Of Kentucky (Max Friedman) (May 6, 1918) ........................FOX TROT 
8. You Know You Belong To Somebody Else (So Why Don't You Leave Me Alone)
 (James V. Monaco) (Jul 6, 1922) ...................................................WALTZ 
9. Little Rover Don't Forget To Come Back Home (Walter Donaldson) (Jan 6, 1923) .FOX TROT 
10. Falling (Collins, Cameron & Fields) (Nov 10, 1922) ..........................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3089 
1. Yes! We Have No Bananas (Silver & Cohn) (Mar 23, 1923) .......................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1922 Broadway revue "Make It Snappy") 
2. Swing-in' Down The Lane (Isham Jones) (Mar 16, 1923) .........................FOX TROT
 "An old fashioned song with a fox trot swing" 
3. Goodnight (Wood, Eibo & Conrad) (Feb 19, 1923) ..................................WALTZ 
4. Bambalina (Youmans & Stothart) (Feb 16, 1923) ................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1923 Broadway musical comedy "Wildflower") 
5. ? 
6. The N.C.- 4 (F. E. Bigelow) (Jul 9, 1919) .......................................MARCH 
7. I Love Me, I'm Wild About Myself (Will Mahoney) (Feb 14, 1923) ...............FOX TROT 
8. Lovely Lucerne (Felix Godin) (Apr 6, 1920) ......................................WALTZ 
9. That Red Head Gal (Van, Schenck & Lodge) (Feb 20, 1923) ....FOX TROT 
10. Way Down Yomer In New Orleans (Creamer & Layton) (Jul 6, 1922) ..............FOX TROT
 (From the Broadway musical revue "Spice Of 1922")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3090 
(Estimated issue date: Mid-1923) 
1. Cut Yourself A Piece Of Cake (And Make Yourself At Home)
 (Billy James) (Jun 29, 1923) ...................................................FOX TROT 
2. When You Walked Out, Someone Else Walked Right In
 (Irving Berlin) (May 10, 1923) .................................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1923 Broadway musical revue "Music Box Revue") 
3. If I Knew You Then As I Know You Now (Brown, Joyce & Hanley) (May 7, 1923) ......WALTZ 
4. Morning Will Come (Jolson, De Sylva & Conrad) (Mar 27, 1923) .................FOX TROT
 (From the 1921 Broadway musical revue "Bomba") 
5. Ain't Love A Wonderful Thing (Um-m-m Papa, Um-m-m Mama)
 (Roy Ingraham) (Feb 13, 1923) ..................................................FOX TROT 
6. Don't Cry Swanee (Jolson, De Sylva & Conrad) (Mar 27, 1923) ..................FOX TROT
 (From the 1921 Broadway musical revue "Bombo") 
7. My Pal (Herscher & Burke) (Mar 28, 1923) ....................................... WALTZ 
8. Stella (Jolson, Davis & Akst) (May 2, 1923) .....FOX TROT 
9. When All Your Castles Come Tumbling Down
 (Milton E. Schwarzwald) (Sep 12, 1922) .........................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1922 Broadway musical comedy "Molly Darling") 
10. Listening In (Harry J. Lincoln) (Jul 21, 1923) ................................ MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3091 
"SPECIAL MEXICAN OR SPANISH ROLL" 
1. Margarita (Modesto Gonza1es) ...................................................WALTZ 
2. En Mi Tierra Azteca (Hegbom & Meek) ....FOX TROT 
3. Over The Waves (Sobre Las Olas) (Juventino Rosas) (Aug, 1888) ..................WALTZ 
4. Three O'Clock In The Morning (Julian Robledo) (Jun 2, 1921) ....................WALTZ
 (Interpolated in the 1921 Broadway revue "Greenwich Village Follies") 
5. 12th street Rag (Euday L. Bowman) (Aug 31, 1914) 
6. Words Of Love (Palabras De Amor) (Roberto Henkel) (Feb 20, 1924) ..............WALTZ 
7. La Golondrina (The Swallow) (Narciso Serradell) (Jan 2, 1904) ..........MEXICAN WALTZ 
8. Ojos De Juventud (Arturo Tolentino) (Oct 22, 1921) .............................WALTZ 
9. Colombina (Alfonso Esparza Oteo) (Aug 19, 1922) .............................FOX TROT
 (From the revue "La Bandera Trigarante") 
10. Les Millions d'Arlequin (Richard Drigo) (Mar 19, 1901) ........................WALTZ

ROLL NUMBER 3092 (Previously unidentified and coded W93)
(Approximately 1923) 

1. Born and Bred in Brooklyn, Over the Bridge (George M Cohan) (1923).............Waltz
2. Good Night (Wood, Bibo & Conrad) (Mar 2, 1923) ................................Waltz
3. In My Tippy Canoe (Fred Fisher) (Apr 13, 1921) ................................Waltz
4. Wonderful One (Whiteman & Grofe) (Dec 11, 1922) ...............................Waltz
5. A Kiss In The Dark (Victor Herbert) (Sep 12, 1922) ............................Waltz 
6. Out There In The Sunshine With You (Ernest R. Ball) (Apr 9, 1923)..............Waltz 
7. Unknown
8. Plantation Lullaby (Maybe-Previously Unknown)
9. Unknown
10. Unknown
Tune 1 was recognized by Timothy Fisher in August 2014.
Tunes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 were identified by David Back also in August 2014.

ROLL NUMBER 3093 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for October, 1923) 
1. My Sweetie Went Away, She Didn't Say Where, When Or Why
 (Turk & Handman) (Jun 16, 1923)................................................FOX TROT 
2. I Cried For You, Now It's Your Turn To Cry Over Me
 (Freed, Arnheim & Lyman) (Mar 16, 1923) .......................................FOX TROT 
3. Indiana Moon (Isham Jones) (Apr 12, 1923) ......................................WALTZ 
4. Oh! Gee, Oh! Gosh, Oh! Golly, I'm In Love (Ernest Breuer) (Jun 11, 1923) ....FOX TROT
 (From the Broadway revue "Ziegfeld Follies, 1922") 
5. A Perfect Kiss (Armand Beaucaire) (Feb 1, 1923) ................................WALTZ 
6. Carolina Mammy (Billy James) (Nov 3, 1922) ..................................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1921 Broadway musical revue "Bombo") 
7. Hi Lee Hi Lo; Chop Suey A La Fox-ee Trot-ee (Ira Schuster) (Jul 2, 1923) ....FOX TROT 
8. No, No, Nora (Fiorito & Erdman) (Jul 26, 1923) ..............................FOX TROT 
9. Just A Girl That Men Forget (Dubin, Hath & Garren) (May 3, 1923) ...............WALTZ 
10. Andy Gump (Harold Dixon) (Jun 23, 1923) ....................................FOX TROT 

ROLL NUMBER 3094 
"March Roll" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for November, 1923) 
1. The Dauntless Battalion (John Philip Sousa) (Mar 15, 1923) .....................MARCH 
2. Susquehanna Trail (Harry J. Lincoln) (Aug 25, 1923) ............................MARCH 
3. Blue Jackets (Gene Emerson) (Apr 7, 1911) ..............................  ......MARCH 
4. Local Pride (AI J. Forde) (May 3, 1913) ........................................MARCH 
5. Emblem Of Peace (Harry J. Lincoln) (Aug 25, 1923) ..............................MARCH 
6. Keystone Division (Ate Losch) (Aug 25, 1923) ...................................MARCH 
7. American Emblem (Harry J. Lincoln) (Aug 25, 1923) ..............................MARCH 
8. Nobles Of The Mystic Shrine (John Philip Sousa) (Mar 14, 1923) .................MARCH 
9. Boys In Blue (A. L. Maresh) (Dec 8, 1905) ......................................MARCH 
10. Knights Of Columbus March (Paul Clifford) (Sep 29, 1922)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3095 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for December, 1923) 
1. The House Of David Blues (Schoebel, Meyers & Mills) (Aug 23, 1923) ...........FOX TROT 
2. Not Here-Not There, It's Fifty Miles From Nowhere
 (Ernest Breuer) (Sep 4, 1923) ..................................................FOX TOOT 
3: Somehow I'm Always To Blame (Roy B. Carson) (Oct 9, 1923) .......................WALTZ 
4. Eddie, Steady (Eddie Cantor) (Jun 6, 1923) ....FOX mar 
5. Stealing To Virginia (Walter Donaldson) (Aug 1, 1923) ........................FOX TROT 
6. Pretty Peggy (Earl Carroll) (Jul 31, 1923) ...................................TWO STEP
 (From the Broadway musical revue "Vanities Of 1923") 
7. Down On The Farm They All Ask For You
 (Dale, Parrott, Adams & Harrison) (Jun 1, 1923) ................................FOX TROT 
8. Sittin' In A Corner (George W. Meyer) (Aug 16, 1923) .........................FOX TROT 
9. Roll Along Missouri (M. K. Jerome) (May 2, 1923) ................................WALTZ 
10. Every Night I Cry Myself To Sleep Over You
 (Johnson, Wood & Bibo) (Oct 27, 1923) ......................................... FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3096 
"Special Waltz Roll" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for December, 1923) 
1. Why Should I Cry Over You? (Miller & Cohn) (May 19, 1922) .......................WALTZ 
2. Hawaiian Chimes (Eva Applefield) (May 14, 1921) .................................WALTZ 
3. November Rose, Good-Bye (Jack Snyder) (Jan 4, 1922) ............................ WALTZ 
4. She's Mine, All Mine (Kalmar & Ruby) (Dec 30, 1921) .............................WALTZ 
5. Beautiful California (Charles Edward Storer) (1921) ............................ WALTZ
6. Down Old Virginia Way (Gillette & Olman) (Aug 18, 1922) .........................WALTZ 
7. Call Me Back, Pal O' Mine (Harold Dixon) (Jan 5, 1921) ..........................WALTZ 
8. The Silvery Brook (Edmund Braham) (Aug 13, 1907) ................................WALTZ 
9. Nellie Kelly I Love You (George M. Cohan) (Jul 29, 1922) ........................WALTZ
 (From the 1922 Broadway musical comedy "Little Nellie Kelly") 
10. Juno Waltz (Abbie A. Ford) (May 3, 1911) 

ROLL NUMBER 3097 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for February, 1924) 
1. Mary (Stephen Jones) (Aug 25, 1923) ..........................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1923 Broadway musical comedy "Poppy") 
2. Last Night On The Back Porch, I Loved Her Best Of All
 (Brown & Schrauhstader) (Jul 2, 1923) ..........................................FOX TROT
 (From the Broadway revue "George White's Scandals Of 1923") 
3. Bring Back The Old Fashioned Waltz (Albert Hay Malotte) (Oct 2, 1923) 
4. If I Can't Get The Sweetie I Want, I Pity The Sweetie I Get
 (Jean Schwartz) (Aug 22, 1923) .................................................FOX TROT 
5. I Love You (Harry Archer) (Aug 8, 1922) ......................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1923 Broadway musical farce "Little Jesse James") 
6. I've Got A Song For Sale (That My Sweetie Turned Down)
 (Jack Nelson), (Sep 24, 1923) ..................................................FOX TROT 
7. Tell All The Folks In Kentucky, I'm Comin' Home (Irving Berlin) (Aug 28, 1923)FOX TROT 
8. Oh You Little Sun-Uv-Er Gun (Joseph Solman) (Apr 29, 1923) .................. FOX TROT 
9. Love Is All I Ask Of You (Waldo Henry) (Unpublished: Sep 26, 1923) ..............WALTZ 
10. Come On Spark Plug! (Rose & Conrad) (Nov 2, 1923) ...........................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3098 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for March, 1924) 
1. Covered Wagon Days (Morrissey & Burrowes) (Aug 15, 1923) ....................FOX TROT
 ("Exploitation song" used to publicize the 1923 Famous Players/Paramount
 silent motion picture "The Covered Wagon") 
2. I'm Goin' South (Silver & Woods) (Nov 23, 1923) .............................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1921 Broadway musical revue "Bombo") 
3. Rosie O'Reilly (It's Rosie O'Reilly For Me) (W. R. Williams) (Oct 20, 1923) ....WALTZ 
4. Eileen (Victor Arden) (Dec 3, 1923) ........................................ FOX TROT 
5. Linger Awhile (Vincent Rose) (Nov 16, 1923) .................................FOX TROT 
6. I Wonder Who's Dancing With You Tonight (Ray Henderson) (Jun 15, 1924) ......FOX TROT 
7. You're In Kentucky Sure As You're Born
 (Little, Gillespie & Shay) (Nov 28, 1923) .....................................FOX TROT 
8. Tripping Along With You And Me (Sullivan & Hosford) (Dec 24, 1923) ............ WALTZ 
9. Ain't You Ashamed (Seymour Simons) (Aug 11, 1923) ...........................FOX TROT 
10. Chili Born Born (Walter Donaldson) (Dec 18, 1923) ..........................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3099 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for May, 1924) 
1. Maybe She'll Write Me. She'll Phone Me (Turk. Snyder & Ahlert) (Jan 18, 1924) FOX TROT 
2. Twelve O'Clock At Night (Lou Handman) (Oct 27, 1923) .........................FOX TROT 
3. Home In Pasadena (Harry Warren) (Dec 12, 1923) ...............................FOX TROT 
4. From One Till Two (I Always Dream Of You) (Joe Hoover) (Mar 25, 1924) ........FOX TROT 
5. Mississippi Ripples (Hanley & Earl) (Sep 19, 1922) ..............................WALTZ 
6. An Orange Grove In California (Irving Berlin) (Jun 15, 1923) .................FOX TROT
 (From the 1923 Broadway musical revue "Music Box Revue") 
7. In The Evening (Walter Donaldson) (Jan 19, 1924) .............................FOX TROT 
8. Swanee River Rose (Sam Braverman) (Feb 25, 1924) ................................WALTZ 
9. When It's Night-Time In Italy. It's Wednesday Over Here
 (Kendis & Brown) (Oct 27, 1923) ............................................... FOX TROT 
10. I'm Worried Over You (Vincent Rose) (Dec 31, 1923) ......................... FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3100 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for July, 1924) 
1. Why Did I Kiss That Girl? (King & Henderson) (Jan 19, 1924) ..................FOX TROT 
2. It Ain 't Gonna Rain No Mo' (Wendell W. Hall) (Dec 4, 1923) ................. FOX TROT
 (Adapted from a southern folk song) 
3. California, Here I Come (Jolson, De Sylva & Meyer) (Jan 7, 1924) .............FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1921 Broadway musical revue "Bomro") 
4. Sighing Sands (Magine, Koehler & Lyons) (Apr 28, 1923) ..........................WALTZ 
5. There's Yes, Yes, In Your Eyes (John H. Santly) (Mar 15, 1924) ...............FOX TROT 
6. Big Boy! (Milton Ager) (Apr 17, 1924) ....................................... FOX TROT 
7. On The Blue Lagoon (With You) (Rudolf Priml) (Feb 6, 1924) ......................WALTZ 
8. Who Wants A Bad Little Boy? (Joe Burke) (May 27, 1924) ...................... FOX TROT
 (From the 1924 Principal silent motion picture "The Good Bad Boy") 
9. Come On Red, You Red Hot Devil Man (Sidney Holden) (Jan 25, 1924) ............FOX TROT 
10. Where The Lazy Daisies Grow (Cliff Friend) (Jan 29, 1924) ...................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3101 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll 1ist for September, 1924) 
1. Shine (Ford T. Dabney) (May 7, 1924) .........................................FOX TROT 
2. Back In Hackensack, New Jersey (Beiner & Russo) (Mar 10, 1924) ...............FOX TROT 
3. Bringin' Home The Bacon (Bannister, Colwell, Van & Schenck) (May 23, 1924) ...FOX TROT 
4. Until Tomorrow (AI Hegbom) (Sep 14, 1923) .......................................WALTZ 
5. Jealous (Jack Little) (Apr 6, 1924) ..........................................FOX TROT 
6. No Means Yes (Harry Archer):. (Dec 31, 1923) ................................ FOX TROT 
7. Daisy Medley ....................................................................WALTZ 
8. Cover Me Up With The Sunshine Of Virginia (George W. Meyer) (Jan 16, 1924) ...FOX TROT 
9. You'll Never Get To Heaven With Those Eyes (James V. Monaco) (Jun 4, 1924) .. FOX TROT 
10. Please (Joe Cooper) (May 2, 1924) ...........................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3102 
"WALTZ ROLL" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for November, 1924) 
1. Dreamy Delaware (Violinsky) (Jun 4, 1924) .......................................WALTZ 
2. Moonlight Memories (Vincent Rose) (Jun 18, 1924) ................................WALTZ 
3. I Wonder What's Become Of Sally (Milton Ager) (May 13, 1924) ....................WALTZ 
4. Honest And Truly (Fred Rose) (May 15, 1924) .....................................WALTZ 
5. The Pal That I Loved Stole The Gal That I loved (Pease & Nelson) (Jun 20, 1924) .WALTZ 
6. Goodnight, Moonlight (Frank Magine) (Mar 3, 1924) ...............................WALTZ 
7. Any Old Time At All (Dave Ringle) (Apr 14, 1924) ................................WALTZ 
8. Virginia Lullaby (Hymon Cheiffetz) (Feb 16, 1924) ...............................WALTZ 
9. Memory Lane (Spier & Conrad) (Mar 20, 1924) .....................................WALTZ 
10. The Picture I Painted Of You (King, Guarini & Korf) (May 15, 1924) ............ WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3103 
"OLD FAMILIAR WALTZES" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for January, 1925) 
1. Just One Girl (Lyn Udall) (Jul 16, 1898) ...................................... WALTZ 
2. After The Ball (Charles K. Harris) (Nay 12, 1892) ..............................WALTZ
 (Interpolated in the 1890 Broadway production "A Trip To Chinatown") 
3. The Sidewalks Of New York (Lawlor & Blake) (Aug 27, 1894) ......................WALTZ 
4. School Days (When We Were A Couple Of Kids) (Gus Edwards) (Nay 16, 1906) .......WALTZ 
5. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now (Joseph E. Howard) (Feb 1, 1909) ................WALTZ
 (From the 1909 Broadway revue "The Prince Of Tonight") 
6. Down By The Old Mill Stream (Tell Taylor) (Aug 12, 1910) .......................WALTZ 
7. Sweet Rosie O'Grady (Maude Nugent) (Jul 25, 1896) ..............................WALTZ 
8. In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree (Egbert Van Alstyne) (Jan 10, 1905) .........WALTZ 
9. My Wild Irish Rose (Chauncey Olcott) (1899) ....................................WALTZ
 (From the 1899 Broadway play "A Romance Of Athlone") 
10. Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan) (Apr 4, 1889) .............................WALTZ 

ROLL NUMBER 3104 
"Canadian Music" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for February, 1925) 
1. The Maple Leaf Forever (Alexander Muir) (Apr 2, 1913) 
(National song of Canada) 
2. (To The War Has Gone) The Minstrel Boy (1813) 
(Adapted from the Irish air "The Moreen") 
3. Rule Britannia (Dr. Thomas Augustine Arne) (1740) 
4. 44th Regimental March (Peanuts) 
5. O Canada, Chant National (Calixa Lavallee) (1880)
(Canadian national anthem) 
6. It's A Long, Long Way To Tipperary (Judge & Williams) (Oct 28, 1912) .......TWO STEP
 (From the 1914 Broadway musical spectacle "Dancing Around") (British song) 
7. Valcartier (Frederick J. Pearsall) (Jan 15, 1915) .............................MARCH 
8. Highland Fling 
9. 19th Regiment .................................................................MARCH 
10. God Save The Klng
 (Based on a melody composed in 1744 by H. Harris) (British national anthem)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3105 
"Peppy Dance Music" 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for April, 1925) 
1. Show Me The Way (Lewis & Ross) (Oct 18, 1924) ...............................FOX TROT 
2. How Do You Do (Fleming. Harrison & de Voll) (Aug 1, 1924) ...................FOX TROT 
3. Too Tired (Little, Sizemore & Shay) (Aug 9, 1924) ...........................FOX TROT 
4. Oh! Susanna (Stephen Collins Foster) (l848) .................................FOX TROT
5. Come On Over (Jack Little) (Sep 12, 1924) ...................................FOX TROT 
6. Oh Mabel (Ted Fiorito) (Dec 22, 1924) .......................................FOX TROT 
7. Baby, What Is Your Name? (Jack Little) (Sep 20, 1924) .......................FOX TROT 
8. Rose Marie (Rudolf Friml) (Sep 8, 1924) .....................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1924 Broadway musical canedy "Rose-Marie") 
9. Oh, Lady Be Good (George Gershwin) (Dec 1, 1924) ............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1924 Broadway musical comedy "lady, Be Good") 
10. Insufficient Sweetie (Wells & Jones) (Dec 3, 1924) .........................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3106 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for May, 1925) 
1. Oh, Katharina (Richard Fall) (Dec 31, 1924) .................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1922 Broadway Russian vaudeville "Chauve-Souris") 
2. When My Sugar Walks Down The Street, All The Little Birdies Go Tweet-Tweet-Tweet
 (Austin, McHugh & Mills) (Dec 31, 1924) .......................................FOX TROT 
3. Let It Rain, Let It Pour (I'll Be In Virginia In The Morning)
 (Walter Donaldson) (Feb 6, 1925) ..............................................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1924 Broadway musical revue "The Grab Bag") 
4. My Sally (Just The Same) (A. W. Kaney) (May 23, 1924) ..........................WALTZ 
5. Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Mornin' (Tom Delaney) (Unpublished: Sep 19, 1924) 
6. At The End Of The Road (James F. Hanley) (Mar 30, 1922) .....................FOX TROT 
7. Oh, How I Miss You Tonight (Davis, Burke & Fisher) (Jan 31, 1925) ..............WALTZ 
8. The Only Only One (For Me) (Monaco & Warren) (Dec 2, 1924) ..................FOX TROT 
9. Cheatin, On Me (Lew Pollack) (Jan 31, 1925) .................................FOX TROT 
10. Across The Hot Sands (George L. Cobb) (Feb 19, 1921) ......................... MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3107 
(Estimated issue date: Mid-1925) 
1. No Wonder (Joseph A. Burke) (Unpublished: Oct 10, 1924) ......................FOX TROT 
2. Ah-Ha! (James V. Monaco) (Feb 28, 1925) ......................................FOX TROT 
3. If You Knew Susie Like I Know Susie (B. G. De Sylva) (Mar 18, 1925) ..........FOX TROT
 (From the 1925 Broadway musical comedy "Big Boy") 
4. Betty Lee (eon Conrad) (Nov 25, 1924) ........................................FOX TROT
 (Title song of the 1924 Broadway musical comedy) 
5. Doo Wacka Doo (Gaskill, Donaldson & Horther) (Sep 26, 1924) ..................FOX TROT 
6. Peter Pan, I Love You (King & Henderson) (Sep 29, 1924) ......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1924 version of the Broadway fantasy "Peter Pan") 
7. Alabamy Bound (Ray Henderson) (Dec 29, 1924) .................................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1923 Broadway musical comedy "Kid Boots") 
8. Moonlight And Roses Bring Mem'ries Of You (Neil Moret) (Jan 10, 1925) .........FOXTROT
 (Adapted from lliwin H. Lemare's "Andantino In D-Flat" composed in 1892) 
9. Don't Bring Lulu (Ray Henderson) (Mar 18, 1925) ............................. FOX TROT 
10. Collegiate (Brown, Jaffe & Bonx) (May 19, 1925) .............................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1925 Broadway musical revue "Gay Paree")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3108 
(Listed in the Wurlitzer monthly roll list for August, 1925) 
1. Ukulele Lady (Richard A. Whiting) (Mar 11, 1925) ............................FOX TROT 
2. Mamie (Jack Shilkret) (Dec 27, 1924) ........................................FOX TROT 
3. Let Me Call You Sweetheart (I'm In Love With You) (Leo Friedman) (Apr 8, 1910)..WALTZ 
4. Row! Row! Rasie (Geo. W. Meyer) (May 3, 1925) ...............................FOX TROT 
5. Who Takes Care Of The Caretaker'5 Daughter (While The Caretaker's Busy Taking Care)
 (Revere & Endor) (Jul 9, 1924) ................................................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1924 Broadway musical comedy "Lady, Be Good") 
6. Yearning, Just For You (Davis & Burke) (Feb 17, 1925) .......................FOX TROT 
7. I've'Found My Sweetheart Sally (Lew Pollack) (Feb 13, 1925) ....................WALTZ 
8. If I Ever Cry, You'll Never Know (Clark, Kuhn & Kuhn) (Feb 13, 1925) ........FOX TROT 
9. My Gal Don't Love Me Anymore (Cliff Friend) (Dec 26, 1924) ..................FOX TROT 
10. The Captain (Harry J. Lincoln) (Jun 6, 1925) .........................MARCH TWO STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3109 
"CHILDREN'S SONGS & GAMES" 
1. The Farmer In The Dell (traditional) (First published in 1883)
 (Based on the German children's game "Der Kirmessbauer") 
2. London Bridge (traditional)
(Children's song) from England first published in 1744) 
3. A-Tisket A-Tasket (traditional); King William
 ("A-Tisket A-Tasket" first published in 1879 as a nursery rhyme)
 (Above two tunes unseparated by nickel-trip perforation) 
4. (Here' We Go Round) The Mulberry Bush
 (First published in Mother Goose's Melodies For Children in 1765) 
5. Little Boy Blue (Ethelbert Nevin) (1891); Three Blind Mice (anonymous)
 ("Three Blind Mice" first published in 1609)
 (Above two tunes unseparated by nickel-trip perforation) 
6. Jingle Bells (James S. Pierpont) (1857) 
7. My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean (traditional) (First published in Scotland in 1881) 
8. Rig A Jig Jig; Hickory, Dickory, Dock
 ("Hickory, Dickory, Dock" first published in Mother Goose's Melodies For Children In 1765)
(Above two tunes unseparated by nickel-trip perforation) 
9. Ding Dong Bell (First published in Mother Goose's Melodies For Children in 1765) 
10. Little Prairie Flower (Mrs. Robert Bradley) (Aug 18, 1902); Round And Round The Village
 (Above two tunes unseparated by nickle-trip perforation)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3110 
"Waltz Roll" 
1. The Prisoner's Song (Guy Massey) (Dec 13, 1924) ............................... WALTZ 
2. I'd Love To Live In Loveland With A Girl Like You (W. R. Williams) (Oct 5, 1910)WALTZ
 (From the 1909 Broadway musical comedy "The Midnight Sons") 
3. Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland (Leo Friedman) (Mar 1, 1909) ......................WALTZ 
4. When The Sunset Turns The Ocean's Blue To Gold (H . W. Petrie) (Dec 24, 1914) . WALTZ 
5. Let Me Call You Sweetheart (I'm In Love With You) (Leo Friedman) (Apr 8, 1910). WALTZ 
6. Will You Love Me In December As You Do In May?. (Ernest R. Ball) (Oct 14, 1905) WALTZ 
7. Silver Threads Among The Gold (Hart Pease Danks) (1873) ....................... WALTZ 
8. Carry Me Back To Old Virginny (James A. Bland) (Aug 5, 1878) ...................WALTZ
 (Official state song of Virginia) 
9. A Little Bit Of Heaven (Shure They Call It Ireland)
 (Ernest R. Pall) (Jun 29, 1914) ..................................................WALTZ
 (From the 1914 Broadway musical "The Heart Of Paddy Whack") 
10. Dear Old Pal Of Mine (Gitz Rice) (Mar 8, 1918) ............................... WALTZ
 (From the 1918 Broadway play "Getting Together")
 (Loosely based on Wagner's "Song To The Evening Star")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3111 
(Estimated issue date: 1926) 
1. That Certain Party (Walter Donaldson) (Oct 27, 1925) .........................FOX TROT 
2. I'm Sitting On Top Of The World, Just Rolling Along
 (Ray Henderson) (Oct 19, 1925) .................................................FOX TROT 
3. Cross My Heart Mother, I Love You (Williams & McCoy) (Oct 27, 1925) .............WALTZ 
4. Bam Bam Bamy Shore (Ray Henderson) (Sep 25, 1925) ............................FOX TROT 
5. Show Me The Way To Go Home (Irving King) (Mar 16, 1925) ......................FOX TROT 
6. (Does Your Mother Know You're Out) Cecilia (Dave Dreyer) (Jun 20, 1925) ......FOX TROT 
7. No Man's Mamma (Lew Pollack) (Sep 25, 1925) ..................................FOX TROT 
8. Down By The Winegar Woiks (Bestor, Lewis & Donovan) (Oct 15, 1925) ..............WALTZ 
9. Freshie (J. Greer) (Aug 24, 1925) ............................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1925 Harold Lloyd/Pathe silent motion picture "The Freshman") 
10. Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie (Joseph Meyer) (Nov 6, 1925) .................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3112 
(Estimated issue date: 1926) 
1. I Wish't I Was In Peoria (Harry Woods) (Nov 12, 1925) ........................FOX TROT 
2. Someone To Love (Ted Fiorito) (Dec 31, 1925) ....................................WALTZ 
3. Flamin' Mamie (Rose & Whiteman) (Oct 15, 1925) ...............................FOX TROT 
4. I Never Knew (Ted Fiorito) (Oct 5, 1925) .....................................FOX TROT 
5. Kentucky's Way Of Sayin' Good Moroin' (Egbert Van Alstyne) (Oct 23, 1925) ....FOX TROT 
6. Son Of A Millionaire (Nelson & Schuster) (Jan 22, 1926) .........................WALTZ 
7. What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry (Donaldson & Lyman) (Jan 11, 1926) ......FOX TROT 
8. (I "Wanna" Go Where You Go-Do What You Do) Then I'll Be Happy
 (Cliff Friend) (Nov 21, 1925) ..................................................FOX TROT 
9. A Cup Of Coffee, A Sandwich, And You (Joseph Meyer) (Oct 2, 1925) ............FOX TROT
 (From the Broadway revue "Andre Charlot's Revue Of 1926") 
10. Thanks For The Buggy Ride (Jules Buffano) (Dec 11, 1925) .....................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3113 
(Estimated issue date: 1926) 
1. Gimme A Little Kiss, Will Ya, Huh?. (Turk, Smith & Pinkard) (Jan 30, 1926) ....FOX TROT 
2. Poor Papa (He's Got Nuthin' At All) (Harry Wocds) (Feb 1, 1926) ...............FOX TROT 
3. I'll Look To The West For My Love (Roberts & Smith) (Apr 22, 1926)................WALTZ 
4. I'd Climb The Highest Mountain (If I Knew I'd Find You)
 (Brown & Clare) (Mar 6, 1926) ...................................................FOX TROT
 (Based on Dvorak's "Humoresque") 
5. Scatter Your Smiles (Kortlander & Wendling) (Apr 23, 1926) .....................FOXTROT 
6. Show That Fellow The Door (Stone & David) (Apr 12, 1926)  .....................FOX TROT 
7. Lulu Belle (King & Henderson) (Feb 23, 1926) ..................................FOX TROT 
8. Always (Irving Berlin) (Sep 16, 1925) ............................................WALTZ 
9. Tentin' Down In Tennessee (Harry Woods) (Feb 6, 1926) .........................FOX TROT 
10. Goodnight; I'll See You In The Morning
 (Hohengarten, Roettger & Small) (Feb 17, 1926) ..................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3114 
"HITS FROM MUSICAL COMEDY SHOWS" 
(Estimated issue date: 1926) 
1. Lantern Of Love (Percy Wenrich) (Oct 19, 1925) ................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1926 Broadway musical comedy "Castles In The Air") 
2. The Promenade Walk (Goodman, Rubens & Coots) (Jul 6, 1925) ....................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the Broadway musical revue "Artists And Medels Of 1925") 
3. Song Of Love (Sigmund Romberg) (Sep 19, 1921) ....................................WALTZ
 (From the 1921 Broadway musical comedy "Blossom Time")
 (Music based on a theme from Franz Schubert's "Unfinished Symphony") 
4. Sentimental Me And Romantic You (Richard Rodgers) (Jun 25, 1925) ..............FOX TROT
 (From the 1926 Broadway musical revue "The Garrick Gaieties") 
5. Kiss Me Again (Victor Herbert) (Apr 16, 1915) ....................................WALTZ
 (Written to the theme of "If I Were On The stage"
 from the 1905 Broadway comic opera "Mlle. Modiste") 
6. Charleston (Mack & Johnson) (1923) ............................................FOX TROT
 (Prom the 1923 Broadway musical comedy "Runnin' Wild") 
7. Will You Remember (Sigmund Romberg) (Aug 16, 1927) .............................. WALTZ
 (Froni the 1917 Broadway mUsical play "Maytime") 
8. Who? (Jerome Kern) (Sep 19, 1925) .............................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1925 Broadway musical comedy "Sunny") 
9. Gypsy Love Song (Victor Herbert) (Oct 7, 1898) ...................................WALTZ
 (From the 1898 Broadway musical comedy "The Fortune Teller")
 (Based on Chopin's "Piano Concerto In E Minor") 
10. Rose Marie (Rudolf Priml) (Sep 8, 1924); Indian Love Call
 (Rudolf Priml) (Sep 5, 1924) ....................................................FOX TROT
 ("Indian Love Call" follows "Rose Marie" with no break in tempo)
 (Both tunes from the 1924 Broadway musical comedy "Rose-Marie")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3115 
1. What Good Is Good Morning; There's More Good In Good Night
 (Henry W. Santly) (Apr 3, 1926) ...............................................FOX TROT 
2. Adorable (Raymond Wynburn) (May 5, 1926) ................................... FOX TROT 
3. Tonight's My Night With Baby (Meyer & Buttenuth) (May 11, 1926) .............FOX TROT 
4. At Peace With The World (Irving Berlin) (May 19, 1926) .........................WALTZ 
5. Horses (Gay & Whiting) (Feb 10, 1926) .......................................FOX TROT
 (Eased on Tchaikovsky's "Troika") 
6. Hi-Diddle-Diddle (Coon & Keidel) (Mar 31, 1926) .............................FOX TROT 
7. (Could I? I Certainly Could) (Milton Ager) (Mar 12, 1926) ...................FOX TROT 
8. Pining For You (Philip Spitalny) (Feb 13, 1926) ................................WALTZ 
9. But I Do-You Know I Do (Walter Donaldson) (Feb 1, 1926) .....................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1927 Broadway musical revue "Ziegfeld Follies") 
10. Say It Again (Con Conrad) (Dec 29, 1923) ...................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1924 Broadway musical comedy "Moonlight") 

ROLL NUMBER 3116 
"Southern Ro11" 
1. My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night (Stephen Collins Foster) (1853) ..............WALTZ
 (Official state song of Kentucky) 
2. Old Folks At Home (Stephen Collins Foster) (1851) .............................WALTZ 
3. Chicken Reel (Joseph M. Daly) (Jun 25, 1910) .............................BUCK DANCE 
4. Massa's In De Cold Ground (Stephen Collins Foster) (1852) .....................WALTZ 
5. Carry Me Back To Old Virginny (James A. Bland) (Aug 5, 1878) ..................WALTZ
 (Official state song of Virginia) 
6. Oh! Susanna (Stephen Collins Foster) (1848) ................................FOX TROT 
7. Old Black Joe (Stephen Collins Foster) (1860) ..............................FOX TROT 
8. Darling Nelly Gray (Benjamin Russell Hanby) (1856) .........................FOX TROT 
9. Turkey In The Straw (Zip Coon) (traditional) ...............................FOX TROT
 (Tune first popular in 1834) 
10. (I Wish I Was In) Dixie's Land (Daniel Decatur Emmett) (1860) ................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3117 
1. Elsie Schultz-En-Heim (Friend & Silver) (Sep 27, 1926) .....................FOX TROT 
2. I Just Want To Be Known As "Susie's Feller" (Dave Dreyer) (Aug 24, 1926) .. FOX TROT 
3. Meadow-lark (Ted Fiorito) (Aug 16, 1926) ...................................FOX TROT 
4. Because I Love You (Irving Berlin) (Sep 29, 1926) .............................WALTZ 
5. I Wonder What's Become Of Joe (Maceo Pinkard) (Apr 19, 1926) ...............FOX TROT 
6. You Need Someone To Love (Olsen, Kilfeather & Frey) (May 6, 1926) ..........FOX TROT 
7. Georgiana (Harry Akst) (Mar 5, 1926) .......................................FOX TROT 
8. Am I Wasting My Time On You?. (Johnson & Bibo) (Apr 6, 1926) ..................WALTZ 
9. She's Still My Baby (Jack Little) (Aug 20, 1926) ...........................FOX TROT 
10. My Barcelona (Dick Hardman) (Apr 12, 1926) ................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3118 
l. ? 
2. ? 
3. ? 
4. ? 
5. ? 
6. ? 
7. ? 
8. Cheri, I Love You (Cherie, Je T'aime) (Lillian Rosedale Goodman) (Mar 13, 1926).WALTZ 
9. ? 
10. Valencia (Jose Padilla) (Dec 31, 1925) ........................................TANGO
 (From the 1926 Broadway revue "Great Temptations") 

ROLL NUMBER 3119 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1927) 
1. Hello Bluebird (Cliff Friend) (Oct 27, 1926) ................................FOX TROT 
2. There's A Little White House (Rose & Akst) (Sep 28, 1926) ...................FOX TROT 
3. Some Day (W. C. Polla) (Nov 20, 1926) ...................................... FOX TROT 
4. In A Little Spanish Town (Mabel Wayne) (Jul 23, 1926) ..........................WALTZ 
5. Yarkee Rose (Abe Frankl) (Jan 27, 1927) .....................................FOX TROT 
6. Forgive Me (Milton Ager) (Jan 3, 1927) ......................................FOX TROT 
7. There Ain't No Maybe In My Baby's Eyes (Walter Donaldson) (Oct 29, 1926) ....FOX TROT 
8. What Does It Matter (lrving Berlin) (Feb 15, 1927) .............................WALTZ 
9. When I'm In Your Arms (Davis, furke & Ash) (Nov 20, 1926) ...................FOX TROT 
10. How I Love You (Brown & Friend) (Nov 12, 1926) .............................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3120 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1927) 
1. Moonbeam! Kiss Her For Me (Harry Woods) (Jan 17, 1927) ......................FOX TROT 
2. Side By Side CHarry Woods) (Mar 25, 1927) ...................................FOX TROT 
3. It All Depends On You (Ray Henderson) (Oct 23, 1927) ........................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1925 Broadway musical comedy "Big Boy") 
4. I Could Waltz On Forever (With You Sweetheart) (Billy Baskette) (Jan 31, 1927). WALTZ 
5. I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover (Harry Woods) (Jan 17, 1927) ............FOX TROT 
6. (There's Something Nice About Everyone, But) There's Everything Nice About you.
 (Pete Wendling) (Jan 26, 1927) ................................................FOX TROT 
7. So Will I (Brown & Friend) (Nov 23, 1926) ...................................FOX TROT 
8. Swanee River Trail (Jolson & Caesar) (Jan 28, 1927) ............................WALTZ 
9. I Find, I Found A Four Leaf Clover When I Found You
 (Tell Taylor) (Unpublished: Oct 25, 1926) .....................................FOX TROT 
10. The Winding Trail (George P. Howard) (Feb 18, 1927) ........................FOX TROT
 (Adapted from the melody of "The Old Refrain" by Fritz Kreisler)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3121 
1. My Regular Girl (Harry Warren) (Feb 17, 1927) ...............................FOX TROT 
2. Rosy Cheeks (Simons & Whiting) (Mar 29, 1927) ...............................FOX TROT 
3. My Idea Of Heaven (Johnson, Sherman & Tobias) (Mar 21, 1927) ................FOX TROT 
4. The Night Of Love (Vilma Banky) (Mar 11, 1927) .................................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1927 Samuel Goldwyn/United Artists motion picture) 
5. Does She Love Me? Positively-Absolutely (Coslow & Herbert) (Mar 7, 1927) ....FOX TROT 
6. Hello Cutie (Cliff Friend) (Mar 16, 1927) ...................................FOX TROT 
7. Love And Kisses (Sid Silvers) (Mar 18, 1927) ................................FOX TROT 
8. Charmaine (Erna Rapee) (Dec 29, 1926) ..........................................WALTZ
 (Love theme for the 1917 Fox silent motion pictur'e "What Price Glory") 
(Composed in Hungary in 1913) 
9. Gorgeous (Davis & Akst) (Jun 3, 1927) ........................................FOX TROT 
10. Oh Lizzie (A Lover's Lament) (Irving Eiba) (Feb 14, 1927) ...................FOX TROT 

ROLL NUMBER 3122 
1. Lucky Lindy (Abel Baer) (May 25, 1927) .......................................FOX TROT 
2. Just Like A Butterfly (That's Caught In The Rain) (Harry Woods) (May 18, 1927)FOX TROT 
3. Red Lips Kiss My Blues Away (Pete Wendling) (Apr 18, 1927) ...................FOX TROT 
4. Till We Meet In Dreamland (Fred Rose) (Aug 16, 1927) ............................WALTZ 
5. (Oh, The Whip-poor-Will Sings In The Sycamore) Just The Same
 (Donaldson & Burke) (May 5, 1927) ..............................................FOX TROT 
6. A Lane In Spain (Lewis & Lombardo) (Dec 31, 1926) ............................FOX TROT 
7. Magnolia (De Sylva, Brown & Henderson) (May 27, 1927) ........................FOX TROT 
8. I'm Looking For A Girl Named Mary (Sam H. Stept) (Nov 9, 1926) ..................WALTZ 
9. You Should See My Tootsie (Milton Ager) (Jan 17, 1927) .......................FOX TROT 
10. The Whisper Song (Cliff Friend) (Apr 14, 1927) ..............................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3123 
1. Me And My Shadow (Jolson & Dreyer) (May 10, 1927) ............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1927 Broadway revue "Delmar's Revels") 
2. There's A Trick In Pickin' A Chick-Chick-Chicken
 (Tobias, Goetz & Robinson) (Jun 10, 1927) ......................................FOX TROT 
3. Give Me A Night In June (Cliff Friend) (Jun 22, 1927) ........................FOX TROT 
4. Sweet Dreams Of Only You (Jack Mahoney) (Jun 17, 1927) ..........................WALTZ 
5. Alabamy, Here I Am (Michelson, Williams & Squires) (Jun 1, 1927) .............FOX TROT 
6. When You Dream, Dream Of Me (Black & Owens) (Feb 7, 1927) ....................FOX TROT 
7. Rosa Lee (Ash & Robinson) (Feb 17, 1927) .................................. ..FOX TROT 
8. Cheerie-Beerie-Be (Mabel Wayne) (Jun 16, 1927) ..................................WALTZ 
9. Ya Gonna Be Home Tonight (Dixon, Dubin & Stept) (Feb 21, 1927) ...............FOX TROT 
10. Sweet Marie (Abe Frankl) (Apr 20, 1927) .....................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3124 
"Special Waltz Review Roll For Skating" 
1. Gypsy Love Song (Victor Herbert) (Oct 7, 1898) ..................................WALTZ
 (From the 1898 Broadway musical comedy "The Fortune Teller")
 (Based on Chopin's "Piano Concerto In E Minor") 
2. Tonight You Belong To Me (Lee David) (Aug 18, 1926) .............................WALTZ 
3. What Does It Matter (Irving Berlin) (Feb 15, 1927) ..............................WALTZ 
4. In A Little Spanish Town (Mabel Wayne) (Jul 23, 1926) ...........................WALTZ 
5. I Could Waltz On Forever (With You Sweetheart) (Billy Baskette) (Jan 31, 1927) ..WALTZ
6. Cherie, I Love You (Cherie, Je T'aime) (Lillian Rosedale Goodman) (Mar 13, 1926).WALTZ 
7. Because I Love You (Irving Berlin) (Sep 29, 1926) ...............................WALTZ 
8. I'm Looking For A Girl Named Mary (Sam H. Stept) (Nov 9, 1926) ................. WALTZ 
9. At Peace With The World (Irving Berlin) (May 19, 1926) ..........................WALTZ 
10. Swanee River Trail (Jolson & Caesar) (Jan 28, 1927) ............................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3125 
"Special Skating Roll" 
1. The Charlatan March (John Philip Sousa) (Sep 6, 1898) 
2. Love's Dream (Abbie Ford) (Oct 16, 1907) .......................................WALTZ 
3. Boots And Saddles (Milton W. Lusk) (Aug 31, 1914) ..............................MARCH 
4. Dream Waltz (W. C. Powell) (Mar 30, 1920) 
5. Circus Life (Harry J. Lincoln) (Nov 24, 1914) ..................................MARCH
6. Dove Of Peace (Carl Loveland)..(Sep 25, 1915) ..................................WALTZ 
7. The Bonnie Briar Bush (Joseph H. Ellis).....MARCH 
8. Heart's Haven (Op. 273) (F. H. Losey) (Oct 27, 1909) ...........................WALTZ 
9. The Black Horse Troop (Jorm Philip Sousa) (Jul 6, 1925) ........................MARCH 
10. Charming (Archibald Joyce) (Nov 2, 1912) ......................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3126 
1. Broken Hearted (De Sylva, Brown & Henderson) (Jun 7, 1927) ..................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1927 Broadway musical revue "Artists And Models") 
2. When The Morning Glories Wake Up In The Morning (Fred Fisher) (Mar 8, 1927)..FOX TROT 
3. All My Thoughts Are Turning Back To Home Sweet Home
 (Sam J. Gold) (Sep 24, 1926) .....................................................WALTZ 
4. Dawning (Silver & Pinkard) (Aug 30, 1927) ...................................FOX TROT 
5. (My) Blue Heaven (Walter Donaldson) (Sep 2, 1927) ...........................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1927 Broadway musical revue "Ziegfeld Follies") 
6. A Shady Tree (Walter Donaldson) (Aug 26, 1927) .................................WALTZ 
7. You Sing That Song To Somebody Else (Joe Verges) (Apr 29, 1927) .............FOX TROT 
8. Together We Two (Irving Berlin) (Oct 26, 1927) ..............................FOX TROT 
9. Love Is Just A Little Bit Of Heaven (Abel Baer) (Oct 22, 1926) .................WALTZ 
10. Who Is Your Who (Jack Little) (May 3, 1927) ................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3127 
1. I Fell Head Over Heels In Love (Pat Thayer) (Apr 23, 1926) ...................FOX TROT
 (From the 1926 Broadway revue "The Merry World") 
2. Everybody Loves My Girl (Maurice Abrahams) (Oct 28, 1927) ....................FOX TOOT 
3. You Can't Walk Back From An Aeroplane (Bibo & Friedlander) (Oct 5, 1927) .....FOX TROT
 (From the 1927 Broadway musical comedy "Footlights") 
4. Where In The World (AI Lewis) (Oct 10, 1927) ....................................WALTZ 
5. Among My Souvenirs (Horatio Nicholls) (Oct 5, 1927) ..........................FOX TROT 
6. Four Walls (Jolson, Rose & Dreyer) (Dec 1, 1927) .............................FOX TROT 
7. Mary (Walter Donaldson) (Dec 14, 1927) .......................................FOX TROT 
8. The Song Is Ended (But The Melody Lingers On) (Irving Berlin) (Nov 11, 1927) ....WALTZ 
9. There's A Rickety Rackety Shack (Tobias & Turk) (Oct 24, 1927) ...............FOX TROT 
10. You Can Tell Her Anything Under The Sun
 (Silver, Siegel & Paley) (Jun 30, 1927) ........................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3128 
1. So Tired (Arthur Sizemore) (Oct 3, 1927) .....................................FOX TROT 
2. What A Wonderful Wedding That Will Be (Sammy Fain) (Dec 14, 1927) ............FOX TROT 
3. Let A Smile Be Your Umbrella (On A Rainy Day) (Sammy Fain) (Dec 22, 1927) ... FOX TROT 
4. Sweetheart Memories (Davis & Burke) (May 1, 1926) ...............................WALTZ 
5. Is She My Girl Friend (Milton Ager) (Oct 15, 1927) ...........................FOX TROT 
6. Joy Bells (Friend & Santly) (Aug 16, 1927) ...................................FOX TROT 
7. Mine - All Mine (Sam H. Stept) (Nov 29, 1927) ............................... FOX TROT 
8. Hush-A-Bye Baby (Bob Mack) (Jan 6, 1928) ........................................WALTZ 
9. When You're With Somebody Else (Etting & Baer) (Nov 26, 1927) ................FOX TROT 
10. Go Home And Tell Your Mother (Baer, Russell & Schuster) (Oct 10, 1927) ......FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3129 
1. Our Bungalow Of Dreams (Joe Verges) (Oct 28, 1927) ...........................FOX TROT 
2. Rain (Eugene Ford) (Jan 3, 1927) ....................................... .....FOX TROT 
3. [Des It Make Any Diff'rence To You?. (Frayser Hinton) (Oct 24, 1927) .........FOX TROT 
4. Kiki (Hosang & Sizemore) (Jan 30, 1928) .........................................WALTZ 
5. (I Scream, You Scream; We All Scream For) Ice Cream
 (Johnson, Moll & King) (Dec 2, 1927) ...........................................FOX TROT 
6. There Must Be A Silver Lining (Walter Donaldson) (Jan 30, 1928) ..............FOX TROT 
7. What Do You Say?. (Yellen, Ager & Ash) (Jan 6, 1928) .........................FOX TROT 
8. Twilight Rose (Paul Corbell) (May 17, 1927) .....................................WALTZ 
9. Beautiful (Larry Shay) (Sep 21, 1927) ........................................FOX TROT 
10. After My Laughter Came Tears (Roy Turk) (Jan 3, 1928) .......................FOX TROT 

ROLL NUMBER 3130 
"Seasons Best Sellers" 
1. We Ain't Got Nothin' To Lose (Davis, Wendling & Maslof) (Nov 14, 1927) .......FOX TROT
2. Henry's Made A Lady Out Of Lizzy (Walter O'Keefe) (Jan 3, 1928) ..............FOX TROT
3. Whisper Sweet And Whisper Low (Joe Burke) (Jul 9, 1927) ......................FOX TR0T
4. Tomorrow (Spitalny & Wilhite) (Aug 22, 1927) ................................... WALTZ 
5. I Must Be Dreaming (AI. Sherman) (Mar 15, 1928) ..............................FOX TROT 
6. My Ohio Home (Walter Donaldson) (Dec 20, 1927) ...............................FOX TROT 
7. It All Belongs To Me (Irving Berlin) (Aug 25, 1927) ............... ...... ...FOX TROT
 (From the 1927 Broadway musical revue "Ziegfeld Follies") 
8. Early In The Morning (Earl Rupp) (Jan 10, 1928) .................................WALTZ 
9. In The Sweet Bye And Bye (Pete Wendling) (Feb 28, 1928) ..................... FOX TROT 
10. ? 

ROLL NUMBER 3131 
"SKATE! DANCE! N'EVERYTHING" 
1. Sunshine (Irving Berlin) (Feb 14, 1928) ......................................FOX TROT
2. A Hundred Years From Now (Silvers & Baker) (Apr 27, 1928) ................... FOX TROT 
3. An' Furthermore (Harry Warren) (Aug 15, 1927) ............................... FOX TROT 
4. Ramona (Mabel Wayne) (Dec 31, 1927) .............................................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1928 Inspirational Pictures/United Artists silent motion picture) 
5. Coquette (Carmen Lombardo) (Feb 10, 1928) ....................................FOX TROT 
6. Nine Times Out Of Ten (Wilson, Weatherbee & Grossman) (Nov 21, 1927) .........FOX TROT 
7. Luscious (Lewis, Young & Pollack) (Mar 9, 1928) ..............................FOX TROT 
8. Laugh, Clown, Laugh (Ted Fiorito) (Feb 24, 1928) ............................... WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1928 MGM silent motion picture) 
9. I Still Love You (Milton Ager) (Jan 6, 1928) .................................FOX TROT 
10. Dolores (Kassel & Bloom) (Feb 10, 1928) .....................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3132 
"MARVELOUS MELODIES" 
1. Sweet Sue-Just You (Victor Young) (Apr 10, 1928) ........................... FOX TROT 
2. Lila (Gottler, Tobias & Pinkard) (Mar 9, 1928) ..............................FOX TROT 
3. How Can You Stay So Far Away? So Long (Miller, Hoefle & Burke) (Feb 14, 1928)FOX TROT
 (Copyrighted Jan 23, 1928 under the title "So Long") 
4. You'd Rather Forget Than Forgive (Johnson & Davis) (Jan 3, 1928) ...............WALTZ 
5. Gee! I'm Glad I'm Home (Jimmie Monaco) (Nov 15, 1927) .......................FOX TROT 
6. What We Do In The Moonlight (Tobias & Sherman) (Apr 24, 1928) ...............FOX TROT 
7. Gee! But I'm Blue (Fred Rose) (Jan 6, 1928) .................................FOX TROT 
8. Was It A Dream?. (Sam Coslow) (Feb 14, 1928) ...................................WALTZ 
9. Losing You (Cliff Friend) (Dec 23, 1927) ....................................FOX TROT 
10. Hello Montreal (Harry Warren) (Mar 28, 1928) ...............................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3133 
"MUSIC AS YOU LIKE IT" 
1. Right Or Wrong I Love You (Harry Akst) (Apr 9, 1928) ........................FOX TROT 
2. It Was The Dawn Of Love (Davis & Coots) (Mar 27, 1928) ......................FOX TROT 
3. Old Pals Are The Best Pals After All (Austin & Bates) (Apr 25, 1928) ........FOX TROT 
4. I Wonder (Silver, Pinkard & Davis) (Jan 24, 1928) ..............................WALTZ 
5. Two Little Rooms (Lee Tish) (Mar 23, 1928) ..................................FOX TROT 
6. In The Evening (Hanley & Dowling) (Apr 10, 1928) ............................FOX TROT
 (Another version by James F. Hanley copyrighted: Apr 29, 1927) 
7. I Ain't Sayin' A Word
 (Arthur Sizemore; arranged by Rube Bennett) (May 15, 1928) ....................FOX TROT 
8. Linger Longer Lane (Fred Lawrence) (Mar 14, 1928) ..............................WALTZ 
9. In A Little Two-By-Four For Two (George Brown) (Mar 19, 1928) ...............FOX TROT 
10. Gotta Big Date With A Little Girl (Henry H. Tobias) (Jun 19, 1928) .........FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3134 
(Estimated issue date: Mid-1928) 
1. Ramona (Mabel Wayne) (Dec 31, 1927) ............................................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1928 Inspirational Pictures/United Artists silent motion picture) 
2. Kiki (Hosang & Sizemore) (Jan 30, 1928) ........................................WALTZ 
3. Early In The Morning (Earl Rupp) (Jan 10, 1928) ................................WALTZ 
4. Laugh, Clown, Laugh (Ted Fiorito) (Feb 24, 1928) ...............................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1928 MGM silent motion picture) 
5. Twilight Rose (Paul Corbell) (May 17, 1927) ....................................WALTZ 
6. Was It A Dream? (Sam Coslow) (Feb 14, 1928) ....................................WALTZ 
7. You'd Rather Forget Than Forgive (Johnson & Davis) (Jan 3, 1928) ...............WALTZ 
8. Tomorrow (Spitalny & Wilhite) (Aug 22, 1927) ..............................  ...WALTZ 
9. I Wonder (Silver, Pinkard & Davis) (Jan 24, 1928) ..............................WALTZ 
10. Where In The World (Al Lewis) (Oct 10, 1927) ..................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3135 
"Marches Full Of Snap And Pep" 
1. Trail Of The Air (Fred L. Thompson) (Mar 20, 1928) .............................MARCH 
2. Triumphant Lindbergh (Harry J. Lincoln) (Jan 7, 1928) ..........................MARCH 
3. True Blue (Abe Losch) (Jun 4, 1928) ...................................MARCH TWO STEP 
4. Mark Time (Harry J. Lincoln) (Jun 4, 1928) ............................MARCH TWO STEP 
5. The Vanguard (F. H. Losey) (Jun 4, 1928) ..............................MARCH TWO STEP
6. Idolizer (H. J. Lincoln) (Dec 21, 1927) ...............................MARCH TWO STEP 
7. Kick Off (Abe Losch) (Jun 4, 1928) ....................................MARCH TWO STEP 
8. Top Notch (Harry J. Lincoln) (Jun 4, 1928) ............................MARCH TWO STEP 
9. We (Harry J. Lincoln) (Jan 7, 1928) ...................................MARCH ONE STEP 
10. Cannonade (Harry J. Lincoln) (Jun 4, 1928) ...........................MARCH TWO STEP

ROLL NUMBER 3137 
Author: David Back August 2014
w150 roll 13160 has identical tunes but played in a different order.
1. Last Night I Dreamed You Kissed Me (Kahn & Lombardo) (1928) .................FOX TROT
2. Out Of The Dawn (Donaldson) (1928) ..........................................FOX TROT
3. Lonesome In The Moonlight (Abel Baer & Benee Russell) (1928).................FOX TROT
4. Jeannine I Dream Of Lilac Time (Nathaniel Shilkret & L. Wolfe Gilbert) (1928)...WALTZ
5. Ten Little Miles From Town (Gus Kahn & Elmer Schoebel) (1928)................FOX TROT
6. Take Your Tomorrow And Give Me Today (Andy Razaf & J.C. Johnson) (1928) .....FOX TROT
7. From Monday On (Harry Barris & Bing Crosby) (1928)...........................FOX TROT
8. Twelve O'Clock (L. Billy Rose & Mort Dixon) (1928)..............................WALTZ
9. I'm On The Crest Of A Wave (Ray Henderson, Buddy De Sylva & Lew Brown) (1928)FOX TROT
10. Once In A Lifetime (Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley) (1928) ...............FOX TROT

ROLL NUMBER 3140
"Up-To-The-Minute Skating Tunes Review 4-U" 
1. Dear, When I Met You (Albert Von Tilzer) (Jul 19, 1928) ....................... WALTZ 
2. Jeannine, I Dream Of Lilac Time (Nathaniel Shilkret) (Jul 11, 1928) ............WALTZ 
3. Twelve O'Clock Waltz (Harry Warren) (Jul 13, 1928) .............................WALTZ 
4. You Can't Take My Mem'ries From Me (Davis & Williams) (Aug 25, 1928) ...........WALTZ 
5. Just Another Night (Walter Donaldson) (Jul 24, 1928) ...........................WALTZ 
6. Beggars Of Life (Karl Hajos) (Sep 13, 1928) ....................................WALTZ 
7. Anita (Pollack & Clare) (Jul 16, 1928) .........................................WALTZ 
8. Baby Me Again (Fisher, Grossman & Shay) (May 15, 1928)......................... WALTZ 
9. Carolina Moon (Joe Burke) (Oct 22, 1928) .......................................WALTZ 
10. Marie (From the 1928 United Artists film "The Awakening")
 (Irving Berlin) (Jul 24, 1928) ...................................................WALTZ 
(No known copies. From label mailed by Wurlitzer to Ross R. Davis) 

ROLL NUMBER 3141
"Announcing 10 Great Skating Tunes" (Estimated issue date: early 1929) 
1. All By Yourself In The Moonlight (Jay Wallis) (Oct 26, 1928) .................FOXTROT 
2. There's A Four Leaf Clover In My Pocket, And A Horse-shoe Over My Door
 (Pete Wendling) (Jan 29, 1929) .................................................FOXTROT 
3. Carolina Moon (Joe Burke) (Oct 22, 1928) .......................................WALTZ 
4. My Inspiration Is You (Horatio Nicholls) (Oct 10, 1928) ......................FOXTROT 
5. I Faw Down An' Go Boom (James Brockman) (Dec 17, 1928) .......................FOXTROT 
6. Marie (From the 1928 United Artists film "The Awakening") 
(Irving Berlin) (Jul 24, 1928) ....................................................WALTZ 
7. I'll Get By (Sometimes listed as "As Long As I Have You")
 (Fred E. Ahlert) (Aug 10, 1928) ................................................FOXTROT 
8. Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up That Old Gang Of Mine
 (Sammy Fain) (Jan 14, 1929) ....................................................FOXTROT 
9. Forever (Milton Ager) (Aug 31, 1928)........................................... WALTZ 
10. The Song I Love (De Sylva, Brown & Conrad) (Sep 25, 1928) ...................FOXTROT 
 (No known copies. From label mailed by Wurlitzer to Ross R. Davis)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3142 
"Waltz Roll for Skating" 
1. Fern Leaves Waltz (A. E. Barnes) (Dec 12, 1906) 
2. Don't Be Cross (Sei Nicht Bos) (Carl Zeller) (1894) .............................WALTZ
 (From his 1894 comic opera "Der Obersteiger" ("The Master Miner") 
3. Murmuring Waters (John T. Hall) (May 13, 1904) ..................................WALTZ 
4. Wedding Dance (Paul Lincke) (Jul 30, 1907) ......................................WALTZ
 (Copyrighted urrler the German title "Hochzeitsreigen": Dec 28, 1905) 
5. Mannering Waltzes (Julia Devereaux) (Apr 19, 1901) 
6. Dream Girl; Waltzes (D . E. Harlem) (Dec 31, 1906) 
7. Elysium Waltz (John Francis Gilder) (Jun 15, 1901) 
8. Forest Echoes (A. L. Maresh) (Nov 23, 1905) .....................................WALTZ 
9. The Dreamer (Lester W. Keith) (May 5, 1906) .....................................WALTZ 
10. Modjeska (Louthian) ............................................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3143 
"Standard March Roll" 
1. Under The Double Eagle (J. F. Wagner) (Jun 10, 1913) ........................... MARCH 
2. Officer Of The Day (R. B. Hall) (Jun 20, 1903) .........................MARCH TWO STEP 
3. Ben Hur Chariot Race (E. T. Paull) (Nov 28, 1899) ...............................MARCH 
4. Our Director (F. E. Bigelow) (May 7, 1895) .............................MARCH TWO STEP 
5. The Triumphant Banner (E. T. Paull) (Sep 16, 1907) .....................MARCH TWO STEP 
6. Kaiser Frederic (Carl Friedemann) (Aug 16, 1909) ...............  ...............MARCH 
7. Bulgarian March (Oscar Straus) (Dec 21, 1909)
 (From the 1909 Broadway comic opera "The Chocolate Soldier") 
8. Royal Trumpeters March (Frank R. Seltzer) (Mar 30, 1905) 
9. El Capitan (John P. Sousa) (May 18, 1896) .......................................MARCH 
10. The Minstrel King (Charles C. Sweeley) (Jan 16, 1911) .................MARCH TWO STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3144 
"Taxable" "March Roll" 
1. Valcartier (Frederick J. Pearsall) (Jan 15, 1915) ...............................MARCH 
2. Nobles Of The Mystic Shrine (John Philip Sousa) (Mar 14, 1923) ..................MARCH 
3. Gloryland (Lawrence B. O'Connor) (Oct 5, 1920) .........................MARCH ONE STEP 
4. The Nation's Awakening (Lucien D. Denni) (Jan 2, 1918) .................MARCH TWO STEP 
5. Herald Of Peace (E. T. Paull) (Dec 8, 1914) ............................MARCH TNO STEP 
6. Thurston (A. J. Stasny) ................................................MARCH TWO STEP 
7. King Of The Air (Julius K. Johnson) (Oct 4, 1910) ......................MARCH TWO STEP 
8. Motor King (Henry Frantzen) (Feb 7, 1910) .......................................MARCH 
9. All America (J. S. Zamecnik) (Feb 11, 1916) .....................................MARCH 
10. The U.S. Field Artillery March (J. P. Sousa) (Jan 22, 1918)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3145 
"Taxable" "March Roll" 
1. National Emblem (Edwin Eugene Bagley) (Jun 30, 1906) ............................MARCH 
2. The Fox Trail (J. S. Zamecnik) (Jun 15, 1917) ...................................MARCH 
3. The Drum Major (Jacob Henry Ellis) (Jul 27, 1921) ...............................MARCH 
4. Blaze-Away! (Abe Holzmann) (Nov 8, 1901) ........................................MARCH 
5. Sagamore (Edwin Franko Goldman) (Sep 13, 1920) ..................................MARCH 
6. Frat (John F. Barth) (Sep 17, 1910) .............................................MARCH 
7. The Gallant Seventh (John Philip Sousa) (Jul 11, 1922) ..........................MARCH 
8. Boots And Saddles (Milton W. Lusk) (Aug 31, 1914) ...............................MARCH 
9. The Black Horse Troop (John Philip Sousa) (Jul 6, 1925) .........................MARCH 
10. America's Finest (J. S. Zamecnik) (1916) .......................................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3146 
"Taxable" "March Roll" 
1. Class Days (J. S. Zamecnik) .................................................... MARCH 
2. The Ambassador (J. S. Zamecnik) .................................................MARCH 
3. On The Hike (J. S. Zamecnik) ....................................................MARCH 
4. Blue Jackets (Gene Emerson) (Apr 7, 1911) .......................................MARCH 
5. Local Pride (AI J. Forde) (May 3, 1913) ........................................ MARCH 
6. Boys In Blue CA. L. Maresh) (Dec 8, 1905) .......................................MARCH 
7. The Enterpriser (J. Bodewalt lampe) (Apr 3, 1909) ...............................MARCH 
8. Ragtime Cadets (John Martin) (Jan 19, 1901) .....................................MARCH 
9. Comrades Of The Legion (John Philip Sousa) (Jun 1, 1920) ........................MARCH 
10. Peace Song (Victor L. Schertzinger) (Jul 14, 1916) .............................MARCH
 (Promotional theme for the 1916 Triangle silent motion picture "Civilization")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3147 
"Not Taxable" "March Roll" 
1. For All And Forever (Harry J. Lincoln) (May 14, 1919) ..................MARCH TWO STEP 
2. The Gallant Hero
 (Charles A. Curtis; arranged by Harry J. Lincoln) (May 21, 1920)......... MARCH TWO STEP 
3. Emblem Of Peace (Harry J. Lincoln) (Aug 25, 1923) ...............................MARCH 
4. Excelsior's March (Carl W. Johnson) (Oct 29, 1921) 
5. Electric Current (H. J. Lincoln) (Jun 18, 1921) .................................MARCH 
6. Lu Lu Band (Charles C. Sweeley) (Mar 9, 1912) ...................................MARCH 
7. Comrades In Arms (Op. 274) (F. H. Losey) (May 23, 1909) .........................MARCH 
8. Keystone Division (Abe Losch) (Aug 25, 1923) ....................................MARCH 
9. The American Legion (Carl D. Varrlersloot) (Feb 26, 1920) ..............MARCH TWO STEP 
10. Susquehanna Trail (Harry J. Lincoln) (Aug 25, 1923) ............................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3148 
"March Roll" 
1. The Connecticut March (William Nassann) (Apr 11, 1911) 
2. Aurora Borealis (Robert De Socio) (Mar 19, 1921) .......................MARCH TWO STEP 
3. Glory For Yale (Stanleigh P. Friedman) (May 6, 1920) ............................MARCH 
4. The Dauntless Battalion (John Philip Sousa) (Mar 15, 1923) ......................MARCH  
5. Knights Of Columbus March (Paul Clifford) (Sep 29, 1922) 
6. The Charlatan March (John Philip Sousa) (Sep 6, 1898) 
7. Boy Scouts Parade (Julius K. Johnson) (Nov 12, 1912) ............................MARCH 
8. The Bonnie Briar Bush (Joseph H. Ellis) .........................................MARCH 
9. President Harding March (Paul Crane) (Oct 28, 1920) 
10. Circus Life (Harry J. Lincoln) (Nov 24, 1914) ..................................MARCH 
(For a different roll with this number, see 3148(P) in Part 3 of the catalog)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3149
"Waltz Roll" 
1. The Flower Of Italy (G. De Stefano) (Sep 24, 1902) ......................SPANISH WALTZ 
2. Nights Of Gladness (Charles Ancliffe) (Aug 24, 1912) ............................WALTZ 
3. Missouri Waltz (John Valentine Eppel; arranged by Frederick Knight Logan)
 (Oct 10, 1914) (Official state song of Missouri) 
4. Blue Rose (Frederick Knight Logan) (Jan 2, 1917) ................................WALTZ 
5. Geraldine (Henry Lodge) (Mar 3, 1915) ................................HESITATION WALTZ 
6. Millicent (Frank W. McKee) (Nov 14, 1914) .......................................WALTZ 
7. Hawaiian Moonlight (F. Henri Klickmann) (Mar 20, 1918) ..........................WALTZ 
8. Sphinx (Francis Popy) (May 9, 1916) .............................................WALTZ
9. My Clarabelle (Frank W. McKee) (May 21, 1915) ...................................WALTZ 
10. Juno Waltz (Abbie A. Ford) (May 3, 1911)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3150 
"Taxable" "Waltz Roll" 
1. Gypsy Love Song (Victor Herbert) (Oct 7, 1898) ................................ WALTZ
 (From the 1898 Broadway musical comedy "The Fortune Teller")
 (Based on Chopin's "Piano Concerto In E Minor") 
2. Will You Remember (Sigmund Romberg) (Aug 16, 1917) .............................WALTZ
 (From the 1917 Broadway musical play "Maytime") 
3. Song Of Love (Sigmund Romberg) (Sep 19, 1921) ..................................WALTZ
 (From the 1921 Broadway musical comedy "Blossom Time")
 (Music based on a theme from Franz Schubert's "Unfinished Symphony") 
4. Love's Own Sweet Song (Emmerich Kalman) (Apr 21, 1914) ........................ WALTZ
 (From the 1912 Vienna operetta "Sari") 
5. Love Moon (Ivan Garyll) (Sep 28, 1914) .........................................WALTZ
 (From the 1914 Broadway musical fantasy "Chin-chin") 
6. Alice Blue Gown (Harry Tierney) (Nov 8, 1919) ..................................WALTZ
 (From the 1919 Broadway musical comedy "Irene") 
7. The Century Girl (Victor Herbert) (Nov 18, 1916) .............................. WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1916 Broadway play with music) 
8. Waltz From "The Chocolate Soldier" (Oscar Straus) (Oct 2, 1909)
 (From the 1909 Broadway comic opera "The Chocolate Soldier") 
9. Kiss Me Again (Victor Herbert) (Apr 16, 1915) ..................................WALTZ
 (Written to the tune of "If I Were On The Stage" 
 from the 1905 Broadway comic opera "Mlle. Modiste") 
10. Iretand Must Be Heaven, For My Mother Came From There
 (Mccarthy, Johnson & Fischer) (Jul 14, 1916) .....................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3151 
"Not Taxable" "Standard Waltz Roll" 
1. On The Beautiful Blue Danube (Op. 314) (Johann Strauss) (May, 1867) ............WALTZ 
2. Over The Waves (Sobre Las Olas) (Juventino Rosas) (Aug, 1888) ..................WALTZ 
3. Wedding Of The Winds (John T. Hall) (Apr 2, 1896) ..............................WALTZ 
4. Estudiantina (Lacome & Waldteufel) (Dec 22, 1881) ..............................WALTZ 
5. Dream Of Heaven (A. W. Bauer) (Jul 24, 1899) ...................................WALTZ 
6. Faust (Charles Francois Gounod) (1859) .........................................WALTZ
 (First performance of the opera: Mar 19, 1859) 
7. The Skaters (Les Patineurs) (Einile Waldteufel) (Dec, 1882) ................... WALTZ 
8. Waves Of The Danube (Ion Ivanovici) (1880) .....................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3152 
"Not Taxable" "Standard Waltz Roll" 
1. Artist's Life (Op. 316) (Johann Strauss) (Aug, 1867) .......................... WALTZ 
2. Amoureuse, Selections (Rodolphe Berger) (Sep 26, 1901) ........................ WALTZ 
3. Il Trovatore, Selections (Giuseppe Verdi) (Aug, 1853) ......................... WALTZ 
4. Loin Du Bal (Echoes Of The Ball) (Ernest Gillet) (Mar 9, 1898) .................WALTZ 
5. One '1housand And One Nights (Op. 346) (Johann Strauss) (Aug, 1871) ........... WALTZ 
6. Dream Of Autumn (Songe d' Automne) (Archibald Joyce) (Oct 30, 1909) ........... WALTZ
 (Copyrighted as "Songe d' Automne": Feb 1, 1909) 
7. Marsovia (Henriette Blanke-Belcher) (Apr 24, 1908) ............................ WALTZ 
8. Heart's Haven (Op. 273) (F. H. Losey) (Oct 27, 1909) ...........................WALTZ 
9. Dove Of Peace (Carl Loveland) (Sep 25, 1915) .................................. WALTZ 
10. Il Bacio (The Kiss) (Luigi Arditi) (May 21, 1910) ............................ WALTZ 

ROLL NUMBER 3153 
"Taxable" "Waltz Roll" 
1. Beautiful Ohio (Mary Earl) (Jan 18, 1918) .......................................WALTZ
 (Official state song of Ohio) 
2. Mighty Lak' A Rose (Ethelbert Nevin) (Sep 6, 1901) ..............................WALTZ 
3. Mother Machree (Ernest R. Ball) (Aug 18, 1910) ..................................WALTZ
 (From the 1910 Broadway musical "Barry Of Ballymore") 
4. Humoreske Waltz (Anton Dvorak; arranged by Betty Racine) (May 17, 1915) 
5. Hawaiian Nights (Lee S. Roberts) (May 17, 1916) ................................ WALTZ 
6. One, Two, Three, Four (Jack Ailau) (Sep 10, 1906) ......................HAWAIIAN WALTZ
 (From the 1912 Broadway play "The Bird Of Paradise") 
7. Kathlyn (Lee O. Smith) (Feb 9, 1914) ............................................WALTZ 
8. The Sunshine Of Your Smile (Lillian Ray) (Jan 30, 1915) ........................ WALTZ 
9. La Valse Que Nous Aimons (The Waltz We Love) (Armand Vecsey) (Feb 5, 1915) ......WALTZ 
10. A Perfect Day (Carrie Jacobs-Bond) (Apr 29, 1910) ..............................WALTZ
 "Written at the Mission Inn, Riverside, California, in 1909" 

ROLL NUMBER 3154 
"Taxable" "Waltz Roll" 
1. Dreaming, Valse (Archibald Joyce) (Dec 2, 1911) .................................WALTZ
 (From the 1914 Broadway comedy "Pretty Mrs. Smith") 
2. Charming (Archibald Joyce) (Nov 2, 1912).........................................WALTZ 
3. Dream Waltz (W. C. Powell) (Mar 30, 1920) 
4. Le Poeme (The Poem) (Sigmund Romberg) (May 7, 1913) .............................WALTZ 
5. Santiago (A. Corbin) (Mar 3, 1911) ......................................SPANISH WALTZ 
6. Francisco (H. Pulfrey) ..........................................................WALTZ 
7. fupanita Waltz (Geol'ge Rosey) (Jan 3, 1898) ........................... SPANISH WALTZ 
8. Ciribiribin (Alberto Pestalozza) (Sep 21, 1899) ................................ WALTZ 
9. The Veleta; New Round Dance (Arthur Morris) (Nov 28, 1904) ......................WALTZ 
10. Love's Dream (Abbie Ford) (Oct 16, 1907) .......................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3155 
"Blue Roll" 
1. St. Louis Blues (W. C. Handy) (Sep 11, 1914) 
2. The Memphis Blues; Or, Mr. Crump (W. C. Handy) (Sep 28, 1912) 
3. Dallas Blues (Anonymous; arranged by M. Annabel Robbins) (Sep 6, 1912) 
4. Ft. Worth Blues (Euday L. Bowman) (May 4, 1915) 
5. Kansas City Blues (E. L. Bowman) (Aug 14, 1915) (Unpublished: Oct 6, 1914) 
6. Arkansas Blues; A Down Home Chant (Lada & Williams) (Sep 17, 1921) 
7. Hard Time Blues (E. S. S. Huntington) (Dec 15, 1921) 
8. Joy Man Blues (Billy Smythe) (Jun 20, 1916) 
9. Old Kentucky Blues (James J. Vaughan) (Oct 13, 1915) 
10. Bull Frog Blues (Brown & Shrigley) (Sep 6, 1916)
 (From the 1914 Broadway musical fantasy "Chin-chin")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3156 
"Marvelous Melodies - Everyone a Sure Winner" "TAXABLE' 
1. Weary River (Louis Silvers) (Jan 24, 1929) ....................................FOX TROT
 (Title song of the 1929 First National/Warner Brothers motion picture) 
2. The Sun Is At My Window. Throwing Kisses At Me (George W. Meyer) (Nov 23, 1928)FOX TROT 
3. She's A New Kind Of Old-Fashioned Girl (Vincent Rose) (Mar 4, 1929) ..............WALTZ 
4. Broadway Melody (Nacio Herb Brown) (Feb 2, 1929) ..............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 MGM motion picture "The Broadway Melody") 
5. My Mother's Eyes (Abel Baer) (Nov 23, 1928) ...................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Tyfany-Stahl part silent motion picture "Lucky Boy") 
6. Mistakes (Everett Lynton) (May 2, 1928) ......................................... WALTZ 
7. I'd Rather Be Blue Over You, Than Be Happy With Somebody Else
 (Fred Fisher) (Dec 31, 1928) ....................................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1928 Warner Brothers "part talkie" motion picture "My Man") 
8. I'm Ka-Razy For You (Jolson, Rose & Dreyer) (Feb 14, 1929) ....................FOX TROT 
9. Coquette (Ir. Berlin) (Nov 30, 1928) .............................................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1929 United Artists motion picture) 
10. Cradle Of Love (Mabel Wayne) (Dec 20, 1928) ..................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3157 
"Mexican Music" 
1. Cafe De Roma (Ignacio M. Valle) (Unpublished: Jan 12, 1929) .....................POLKA 
2. Rita (I. M. Valle) ..............................................................WALTZ 
3. Los Libertadores (Juan Vazquez) (Sep 4, 1928) ...................................MARCH 
4. Los Diez Mandamientos. Danzon (I. M. Valle) 
5. Un Sentimiento De Amor (I. M. Valle) (Unpublished: Feb 13, 1928) 
6. Mi Cielo Paso Doble (I. M. Valle) (Jul 18, 1928) .............................TWO STEP 
7. Los Diez Mandamientos (Ignacio M. Valle) (Unpublished: Aug 15, 1927) ............WALTZ 
8. Charro De Durango. Corrido (I. M. Valle) 
9. Sal Morena Mia. Jota Cancian (I. M. Valle) (Unpublished: Feb 13, 1928) 
10. Emilio Portes Gil (Cirilo Rodriguez) (Unpublished: Jan 12, 1929)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3159 
"TAXABLE" 
(Estimated issue date: Mid-1929) 
1. Louise (Richard A. Whiting) (Mar 22, 1929) ...................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Paramount motion picture "Innocents Of Paris") 
2. Just Be A Builder Of Dreams (Lew Pollack) (Apr 5, 1929) ......................FOX TROT 
3. Just Beyond The Blue (Abbott & Weber) (Apr 11, 1929) ............................WALTZ 
4. That's What I Call Heaven (Solman, Brown & Wimbrow) (Feb 27, 1929) ...........FOX TROT 
5. I'm Just A Vagabond Lover (Vallee & Zimmerman) (Apr 9, 1929) .................FOX TROT
 (Pertormed In the 1929 RKO motion plcture "The Vagabond Lover") 
6. I'll Always Be In Love With You (Ruby, Green & Stept) (Mar 8, 1929) .............WALTZ
 (From the 1928 Universal motion picture "Stepping High") 
7. To Be In Love (Espesh'lly With You) (Fred E. Ahlert) (Apr 1, 1929) ...........FOX TROT 
8. Old Fashioned Lady (Silver & Sherman) (Mar 15, 1929) .........................FOX TROT 
9. Evangeline (Al Jolson) (Jan 28, 1929) ...........................................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1929 United Artists motion picture) 
10. From Sunrise To Sunset (From Sunset Till Dawn)
 (Mclaughlin & Miller) (Mar 25, 1929) ...........................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3160 
"SELECTED SKATING TUNES" "TAXABLE" 
1. Yo Te Amo Means I Love You (Richard A. Whiting) (Dec 27, 1928) ...............FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Paramount motion picture "The Wolf Song") 
2. The One That I Love Loves Me (Turk & Ahlert) (Mar 7, 1929) ...................FOX TROT 
3. Go To Bed (Joe Burke) (May 20, 1929) ............................................WALTZ
 (From the 1929 Warner Brothers motion picture "Gold Diggers Of Broadway") 
4. I'm Telling You (Vincent Rose) ...............................................FOX TROT 
5. I'll Always Be Mother's Boy (Green & Stept) (Apr 24, 1929) ...................FOX TROT
 (Theme song of the 1929 Pathe "singing talking" motion picture "Mother's Boy") 
6. Dreams Of Hawaii (S. W. Vandersloot) ............................................WALTZ 
7. I'm Still Caring (Vallee & Klenner) (Mar 28, 1929) ...........................FOX TROT 
8. The One In The World (Roger Eckersley) (Oct 1, 1928) .........................FOX TROT
 (American version by D. Savino copyrighted: Apr 12, 1929) 
9. Wonderful You (Pete Wendling) (Apr 13, 1929) ................................... WALTZ
10. When My Dreams Come True (Irving Berlin) (Mar 12, 1929) .....................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Paramount motion picture "The Cocoanuts")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3165 
"SKATING HITS SUPREME" 
1. Tip-Toe Through The Tulips (Joe Burke) (May 13, 1929) ... _..................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Warner Brothers motion picture "Gold Diggers Of Broadway") 
2. Lonely Troubadour (John Klenner) (Sep 6, 1929) ..............................FOX TROT 
3. Missouri Moon (Henry Lodge) (Oct 23, 1929) .................................... WALTZ 
4. Melancholy (Lou Handman) (Sep 3, 1929) ......................................FOX TROT 
5. Chant Of The Jungle (Nacio Herb Brown) (Sep 9, 1929) ........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 MGM motion picture "Untamed") 
6. All That I'm Asking Is Sympathy (Joe Burke) (Aug 20, 1929) .....................WALTZ 
7. Marianne (Fred E. Ahlert) (Aug 17, 1929) ....................................FOX TROT
 (Title song of the 1929 Cosmopolitan-MGM motion picture) 
8. Just You, Just Me (Jesse Greer) (Aug 9, 1929) ...............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Cosmopolitan-MGM motion picture "Marianne") 
9. I Sing All My Love Songs To You (Hoffman & Ingraham) (Oct 19, 1929) ............WALTZ 
10. Congratulations (Pinkard, Goetz, Green & Stept) (Sep 6, 1929) ..............FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3167 
(Titles from style 150 roll no. 13190) 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1930) 
1. Sunnyside Up (De Sylva, Brown & Henderson) (Jul 29, 1929) ...................FOX TROT
 (Title song of the 1929 Fox Film Corporation motion picture) 
2. Beside An Open Fireplace (Denniker & Osborne) (Oct 30, 1929) ................FOX TROT 
3. If I Should Lose You (Ash & Ventre) (Nov 27, 1929) ............................ WALTZ 
4. The Day You Fall In Love (Magidson, Washington & Cleary) (Sep 9, 1929) .........WALTZ
 (From the 1929 Warner Brothers motion picture "Tiger Rose") 
5. A Little Kiss Each Morning - A Little Kiss Each Night
 (Harry Woods) (Nov 27, 1929) ..................................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 RKO motion picture "The Vagabond Lover") 
6. Miss Wonderful (Eddie Ward) (Aug 12, 1929) ..................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 First National motion picture "Paris") 
7. You'll Find Your Answer In My Eyes (Abel Baer) (Nov 8, 1929) ..................WALTZ
 (From the 1929 Fox motion picture "Romance Of The Rio Grande") 
8. Dream Lover (Victor Schertzinger) (Oct 2, 1929) .............................. WALTZ
 (From the 1929 Paramount motion picture "The Love Parade") 
9. Why? (Davis, Coots & Swanstrom) (Nov 4, 1929)...............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Broadway musical comedy "Sons O'Guns") .
10. Sweetheart. We Need Each Other (Harry Tierney) (Jul 16, 1929) ..............FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 RKO motion picture "Rio Rita")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3168 
(Titles from style 150 roll no. 13191) 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1930) 
1. Happy Days Are Here Again (Milton Ager) (Nov 7, 1929) .......................FOX TROT
 (From the MGM motion picture "Chasing Rainbows" a.k.a. "Road Show")
 (Adopted by Franklin D. Roosevelt as his campaign song in 1932) 
2. Wouldn't It Be Wonderful? (Harry Akst) (May 27, 1929) .......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Warner Brothers motion picture "Is Everybody Happy") 
3. The Shepherd's Serenade (Do You Hear Me Calling You?)
 (Herbert Stothart) (Dec 11, 1929)................................................WALTZ
 (From the 1929 MGM motion picture "Devil May Care") 
4. Are You Waiting For Me, Ma Cherie?. (George B. McConnell) (Nov 25, 1929) ......WALTZ 
5. I'm Following You (Dreyer & MacDonald) (Nov 12, 1929) ......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 MGM motion picture "It's A Great Life") 
6. Funny Dear, What Love Can Do (Bennett. Little & Straight) (Aug 16, 1929) .. FOX TROT 
7. Were You Just Pretending? (M. K. Jerome) (Nov 15, 1929) .......................WALTZ
 (From the 1930 First National motion picture "No No Nanette") 
8. Once Upon A Time (Sigmund Romberg) (Feb 7, 1930) ..............................WALTZ 
9. I Love You. Believe Me. I Love You
 (Cowan. Bartholomae & Boutelje) (May 22, 1929) ...............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 RKO motion picture "The Vagabond Lover") 
10. What Do I Care? (Klages, Greer & Carroll)  (Sep 23, 1929) ................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Broadway revue "Harry Carroll's Revue") 

ROLL NUMBER 3169 
(Titles from style 150 roll no. 13192) 
(Estimated issue date: Mid-1930) 
1. Stein Song (E. A. Fenstad) (Jun 23, 1910) ...................................FOX TROT
 (Rudy Vallee arrangement: Feb 25, 1930) (Theme song of the University of Maine) 
2. Down The Line (Joseph J. Casasanta) (Nov 20, 1926) ..........................FOX TROT
 (Theme song of Notre Dame University) 
3. It Happened In Monterey (Mabel Wayne) (Feb 6, 1930) ............................WALTZ
 (From the 1930 Universal motion. picture "The King Of Jazz") 
4. Lazy Lou'siana Moon (Walter Donaldson) (Feb 19, 1930) ..........................WALTZ 
5. Lucky Little Devil (Harry Woods) (Jul 2, 1929) ....rox TROT 
6. Where The Golden Daffodils Grow (Harry Archer) (Feb 11, 1930) ...............FOX TROT 
7. If I'm Dreaming (Don't Wake Me Too Soon) (Joe Burke) (Oct 16, 1929) ............WALTZ
 (From the 1929 First National motion picture "Sally") 
8. Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (Joe Burke) (Apr 23, 1930) .......................WALTZ
 (Written for, but not used in, the 1930
 Warner Brothers motion picture "Dancing Sweeties" a. k.a. "Three Flights Up") 
9. Hangin' On The Garden Gate (Sayin'"Good-Night") (Ted Fiorito) (Dec 27, 1929).FOX TROT 
10. There's Danger In Your Eyes. Cherie
 (Richman. Meskill & Wendling) (Dec 5, 1929) ...................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 United Artists motion picture "Puttin' On The Ritz")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3170 
"PRIZE WINNING WALTZES REVIEW 4-U" 
1. Go To Bed (Joe Burke) (May 20, 1929) ............................................WALTZ
 (From the 1929 Warner Brothers motion picture "Gold Diggers Of Broadway") 
2. You're Always In My Arms, But Only In My Dreams (Harry Tierney) (Aug 13, 1929) ..WALTZ
 (From the 1929 RKO motion picture "Rio Rita") 
3. I'll Close My Eyes To The Rest Of The World And Dream Sweet Dreams Of You
 (Cliff Friem) (Jul 22, 1929) ......................................................WALTZ 
4. I've Waited A Lifetime For You (Gus Edwards) (Jul 19, 1929) .....................WALTZ
 (From the 1929 MGM motion picture "Our Modern Maidens") 
5. Dream Girl Of Pi K. A. (Ernest Shields) (Nov 29, 1927) ..........................WALTZ
 (From Songs Of The Pi Kappa Alpha compiled am edited by B. E. Shields and others) 
6. She's A New Kind Of Old-Fashioned Girl (Vincent Rose) (Mar 4, 1929) .............WALTZ 
7. Mistakes (Everett Lynton) (May 2, 1928) .........................................WALTZ 
8. When The Curtain Comes Down (Shennan, Lewis & Hoefle) (Jan 13, 1929) ............WALTZ 
9. I'll Always Be In Love With You (Ruby, Green & Stept) (Mar 8, 1929) ............ WALTZ
 (From the 1928 Universal motion picture "stepping High") 
10. My Song Of The Nile (George W. Meyer) (May 13, 1929) ...........................WALTZ
 (From the 1929 First National-Warner Brothers motion picture "Drag")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3171 
(Titles from style 150 roll no. 13194) 
(Estimated issue date: Mid-1930) 
1. The Talk Of The Town (Chester Cohn) (Dee 17, 1929) ..........................FOX TROT 
2. Telling It To the Daisies (Harry Warren) (Mar 18, 1930) .................... FOX TROT 
3. California Sunshine (Mary Earl) (Apr 5, 1929) ................................. WALTZ 
4. It Must Be Love (Abner Silver) (Apr 12, 1930) ................................. WALTZ
 (From the 1930 RKO motion picture "Swing High") 
5. A Year From Today (Jolson. MacDonald & Dreyer) (Jul 7, 1929) ................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 United Artists motion picture "New York Nights") 
6. Cooking Breakfast For The One I Love (Henry Tobias ) (Jan 20, 1930) ........ FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 United Artists motion picture "Be Yourself") 
7. I Feel You Near Me (James Hanley) (Mar 19, 1930) ...............................WALTZ
 (From the 1930 Fox motion picture "Song 'O My Heart") 
8. I'll Dream Of You Sweetheart (Frank T. Bradley) (May 22, 1929) .................WALTZ 
9. Ain'tcha (Gordon & Rich) (Dec 10, 1929) .....................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Paramount motion picture "Pointed Heels") 
10. Let Me Sing And I'm Happy (Irving Berlin) (Jun l0, 1929) .................. FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 Warner Brothers motion picture "Mammy") 

ROLL NUMBER 3172 
"SNAPPY MARCHES" 
1. Spiffy (Frederick Williams) (Feb 23, 1924) .....................................MARCH 
2. American Emblem (Harry J. Lincoln) (Aug 25, 1923) ..............................MARCH 
3. Down Main Street (A. J. Weidt) (Dec 20, 1924) ..................................MARCH 
4. Arbitration (Abe Losch) (Nov 17, 1915) .........................................MARCH 
5. On The Pier (Edwin Franko Goldman) (Mar 11, i927) ..............................MARCH 
6. Columbia (Edwin Franko Goldman) (Apr 13, 1921) ................................ MARCH 
7. School Mates (Harry J. Lincoln) (Oct 25, 1911) .................................MARCH 
8. Junior High (A. J. Weidt) (Nov 1, 1927) ........................................MARCH 
9. The Black Prince (A. J. Weidt) (Oct 20, 1903) ..................................MARCH 
10. Here They Come (A. J. Weidt) (Jul 5, 1924) ....................................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3173 
"MARVELOUS MELODIES" 
(Estimated issue date: Mid-1930) 
1. Whip-Poor-Will (Cal De Voll) (Feb 5, 1930) ...................................FOX TROT 
2. Ro-Ro-Rollin' Along (Murray Mencher) (May 9, 1930) ...........................FOX TROT
 (Theme song of the 1930 Trem-Carr/Tiffany motion picture "Near The Rainbow's End") 
3. Because There's A Change In You (Fred Rose) (Feb 12, 1930) ......................WALTZ 
4. When It's Springtime In The Rockies (Robert Sauer) (Jun 2, 1923) ................WALTZ
 "A charming waltz song" 
5. Like A Dream (Rose, Russell & Solomon) (Feb 6, 1930) .........................FOX TROT 
6. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Jimmy McHugh) (Feb 3, 1930) ................ FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 Broadway revue "The International Revue") 
7. Down The River Of Golden Dreams (Klenner & Shilkret) (Feb 6, 1930) ..............WALTZ 
8. Rich Man, Beggar, Pauper, King, They're Neighbors (Larry Shay) (May 2, 1930) ... WALTZ 
9. I'm In The Market For You (James F. Hanley) (Apr 9, 1930) ....................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 Fox motion picture "High Society Blues") 
10. With You (Irving Berlin) (Dec 2, 1929) ......................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 United Artists motion picture "Puttin' On The Ritz")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3174 
"TUNES YOU'LL REMEMBER" 
(Titles from style 150 roll no. 13197) 
1. Livin' In The Sunlight--Lovin' In The Moonlight (AI Sherman) (1930) ........ FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 Paramount motion picture "The Big Pond") 
2. I've Got My Eye On You (Sam Stept) (1930) ...................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 First National motion picture "Show Girl In Hollywood") 
3. In My Beautiful Memories (John M. Day) ........................................ WALTZ 
4. Old New England. Moon (Vance & Howard) (Jun 5, 1930) ...........................WALTZ 
5. Give Yourself A Pat On The Back (Butler & Wallace) (1929) ...................FOX TROT 
6. We Love Us (Joe Sanders) (1929) .............................................FOX TROT 
7. The Kiss That Made A Fool Of Me (J. Fred Coots) (1930) ........................ WALTZ 
8. There Must Be Somebody Waiting For Me (Walter Donaldson) (1929) ................WALTZ
 (From the 1930 Paramount motion picture "Glorifying The American Girl") 
9. High Society Blues (James F. Hanley) (1930) ................................ FOX TROT
 (Title song of the 1930 Fox motion picture) 
10. I Still Remember (Peter De Rose) (1928) ................................... FOX TROT 

ROLL NUMBER 3175 
"(THEY'RE IN THE AIR)" 
1. Around The Corner (Art Kassel) (Apr 7, 1930) .................................FOX TROT 
2. You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me (Fain & Norman) (Apr 7, 1930) ...........FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 Paramount motion picture "The Big Pond") 
3. I'm Drifting Back To Dreamland (Jack Sadler) (Nov 20, 1922) .....................WALTZ 
4. All Quiet On The Western Front (Parish, Mills & James) (Sep 30, 1929) ...........WALTZ 
5. Sweepin' The Clouds Away (Sam Coslow) (Oct 6, 1930) ..........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 Paramount motion picture "Paramount On Parade") 
6. Exactly Like You (Jimmy McHugh) (Feb 3, 1930) ................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 Broadway revue "The International Revue") 
7. On A Little Street In Honolulu (Lewis & Sherman) (May 14, 1930) .................WALTZ 
8. Moonlight On The Colorado (Robert A. King) (Jun 20, 1930) .......................WALTZ 
9. If I Had A Girl Like You (Louis William McDermott) (Apr 23, 1930) ............FOX TROT 
10. Me And The Girl Next Door (Moltl & Mencher) (Apr 22, 1930) ..................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3176 
"Hittin' on All Ten" 
1. Be Careful With Those Eyes (Harry Woods) (May 7, 1930) .......................FOX TROT 
2. Swingin' In A Hammock (Pete Wendling) (Jun 20, 1930) .........................FOX TROT 
3. Until We Meet Again Sweetheart (Lombardo & Link) (Jun 17, 1930) .................WALTZ 
4. You, I Love But You (Robert E. Dolan) (Jun 4, 1930) .............................WALTZ
 (From the 1930 Warner Brothers motion picture "Sweet Kitty Bellairs") 
5. Nobody Cares If I'm Blue (Harry Akst) (Sep 9, 1929) ..........................FOX TROT 
6. If I Could Be With You (Creamer & Johnson) (Nov 26, 1926) ....................FOX TROT 
7. One More Waltz (Jimmy McHugh) (Jul 11, 1930)
 (From the 1930 MGM motion picture "Love In The Rough") 
8. The Kiss Waltz (Joe Burke) (Apr 11, 1930)
 (From the 1930 Warner Brothers motion picture "Dancing Sweeties" a.k.a. "Three Flights Up") 
9. You're The Sweetest Girl This Side Of Heaven (Carmen Lombardo) (Apr 4, 1930) .FOX TROT 
10. Rollin Down The River (Thomas Waller) (Apr 25, 1930) ........................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3177 
"KEEP SMILIN' TUNES" 
1. I'm Needin' You (Little Jack Little) (Jun 4, 1930) ...........................FOX TROT 
2. Little White Lies (Walter Donaldson) (Jun 27, 1930) ..........................FOX TROT 
3. Whisper You Love Me And Make My Dreams Come True (Jimmy Monaco) (Aug 25, 1930) ..WALTZ
 (From the 1930 Fox motion picture "Not Damaged") 
4. Since Maggie Became Marguerite (Mabel Wayne) (Jul 15, 1930) ....................WALTZ 
5. Wasn't It Nice? (Seymour Simons) (May 26, 1930) ..............................FOX TROT 
6. Here Comes The Sun (Harry Woods) (May 7, 1930) ...............................FOX TROT 
7. When The Organ Played At Twilight, The Song That Reached My Heart
 (Campbell & Connelly) (Oct 5, 1929)................................................WALTZ 
8. You Are The Sunshine Of My Heart (Eli E. Carr) (Unpublished: Aug 15, l927) ......WALTZ 
9. Sharing (J. Fred Coots) (Apr 22, 1930) .......................................FOX TROT 
10. I Still Get A Thrill Thinking Of You (J. Fred Coots) (Jun 23, 1930) .........FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3178 
"MUSICAL DIAMONDS" 
1. Betty Co-Ed (Fogarty & Vallee) (Jun 27, 1930) ...............................FOX TROT 
2. Don't Tell Her What's Happened To Me
 (De Sylva, Brown & Henderson) (Aug l8, 1930) ..................................FOX TROT 
3. My Heart Belongs To The Girl Who Belongs To Somebody Else
 (AI Sherman) (Sep 23, 1929) ......................................................WALTZ 
4. Just A Little While (Irving Berlin) (Sep 18, 1930) .............................WALTZ 
5. Good Evenin' (Seymour, O'Flynn & Hoffman) (Jul 21, 1930) ....................FOX TROT 
6. I'll Be Blue, Just Thinking Of You (Pete Wendling) (Jul 25, 193U) ...........FOX TROT 
7. Rock-A-Bye To Sleep In Dixie (Sylvester L. Cross) (Dec 17, l929) ...............WALTZ 
8. Sweetheart Of The Rose (Laurence H. Nickols) (Unpublished: Oct 31, 1929) ...... WALTZ 
9. Living A Life Of Dreams (Rubey Cowan) (Jun 30, 1930) ........................FOX TROT 
10. You Never Did That Before (Fred E. Ahlert) (Jun 19, 1930) ..................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 MGM motion picture "Forward March")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3179 
1. My Bluebird Was Caught In The Rain (Max Rich) (Jun 23, 1930) .................FOX TROT 
2. Just A Little Closer (Joseph Meyer) (Jul 10, 1930) ...........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 MGM motion picture "Remote Control") 
3. The Church Bells Are Ringing For Mary (Elmer Colby) (Unpublished: Jul 28, 1927) WALTZ 
4. When I Look To The West I Think Of You (Brown & Taggart) (May 5, 1930) ........ WALTZ 
5. Confessin' That I Love You (Daugherty & Reynolds) (Mar 19, 1930) ............FOX TROT
 (Introduced in 1929 under the title "Lookin' For Another Sweetie") 
6. You Darlin' (Harry Woods) (Feb 14, 1930) ....................................FOX TROT 
7. Ukulele Moon (Con Conrad) (Oct 9, 1930) ........................................WALTZ 
8. Just Forget (Smythe & Gillham) (Oct 16, 1930) ..................................WALTZ 
9. Loving You (Ted Shapiro) (Aug 6, 1930) ..................................... FOX TROT 
10. If I'd Only Listened To You (Pete Wendling) (Jun 11, 1930) ................ FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3180 
"MARCH & WALTZ ROLL" "SUITABLE FOR SKATING" "Length of 10 Piece Roll" 
1. Fluffy Feathers (F. H. Losey) (Aug 25, 1923) ...........................MARCH TWO STEP 
2. I'm A-Longin' Fo' You (Jane Hathaway; arranged by J. S. Zamecnik) (Feb 11, 1916).WALTZ 
3. The Badge Of Honor
 (M. L. Breon; arranged by Harry J. Lincoln) (Sep 12, 1918) ...............MARCH TWO STEP 
4. Alabama (Mary Earl) (Nov 15, 1918) ..............................................WALTZ 
5. Soldiers Of Peace (Harry J. Lincoln) (Mar 21, 1925) ....................MARCH TWO STEP 
6. In Shadowland (Brooks & Ahlert) (Sep 3, 1924) ...................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3181' 
"WALTZ ROLL" 
1. My Rose Of The Moonlight Arabian Night (Dora Metz) (Unpublished: Apr 25, 1929) ..WALTZ 
2. Just A SWeet Little Old Fashioned Girl (Arthur Arnold) ......................... WALTZ 
3. When To Lovers Lane In Dreams I Reach For You (Robt. H. Brennen) (Sep 27, 1929) .WALTZ 
4. Pretending (B. Vehmeyer) ........................................................WALTZ 
5. Why Must We Part (E. Hunt) ......................................................WALTZ 
6. Dream SWeetheart (S. Denton) ....................................................WALTZ 
7. Why Did You Promise Me (D. Ghezzi) ..............................................WALTZ 
8. Sweetheart Of Mine (John F. Gregson) (Unpublished: Aug 10, 1928) ................WALTZ 
9. My Dear Old Wife (Bertram Shield) (Jan 26, 1929) ................................WALTZ 
10. Because I Miss You So (Charles L. Young) .......................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3182 
1. I Miss A Little Miss (Who Misses Me In Sunny Tennessee)
 (J. Fred Coots) (Oct 16, 1930) .................................................FOX TROT 
2. You're The One I Care For (Lown & Gray) (Oct 30, 1930) .......................FOX TROT 
3. It started To Rain In Lovers' Lane ..............................................WALTZ 
4. Wedding Bells Are Ringing For Sally, But Not For Sally And Me
 (Sherman & Lewis) (Oct 14, 1930) 
5. Crying Myself To Sleep (Pete Wendling) (Nov 6, 1930) .........................FOX TROT 
6. The Little Things In Life (Irving Berlin) (Nov 14, 1930) .....................FOX TROT 
7. My Missouri Home (Jack Little) (Oct 14, 1930) ...................................WALTZ 
8. Gee, But I'm Lonesome Tonight (Mickey Guy) (Oct 23, 1930) .......................WALTZ 
9. When Kentucky Bids The World Good Morning (Mabel Wayne) (Sep 26, 1930) .......FOX TROT 
10. Laughing At Life (Todd & Todd) (Aug 5, 1930) ................................FOX TROT
(No known copies. From label mailed by Wurlitzer to Ross R. Davis) 
 
ROLL NUMBER 3183 
1. Sweetheart Of My Student Days (Seymour Simons) (Aug 12, 1930) ................FOX TROT 
2. Headin' For Better Times (Tobias & Mencher) (Dec 26, 1930) .................. FOX TROT 
3. Tears (Henry R. Stern) (Dec 31, 1918) ...........................................WALTZ 
4. I'm Alone Because I Love You (Joe Young) (Oct 30, 1930) .........................WALTZ 
5. Hurt (Harold Solomon) (Nov 3, 1930) ..........................................FOX TROT 
6. You're Simply Delish (Joseph Meyer) (Sep 25, 1930) ...........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 MGM motion picture "Those Three French Girls") 
7. When Your Hair Has Turned To Silver (I Will Love You Just The Same)
 (Peter De Rose) (Oct 22, 1930) ....................................................WALTZ 
8. I Want To Dream By The Old Mill stream (Bryan, Meskill & Rose) (Feb 7, 1931) ....WALTZ 
9. Something To Remember You By (Arthur Schwartz) (Oct 14, 1930) ................FOX TROT
 (Tune from the London musical "Little Tommy Tucker,"
 originally titled "I Have No Words To Say How Much I Love You")
10. You're Always Sure Of My Love For You (Kahn & Lombardo) (Oct 24, 1930) ......FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3184 
"(REVIEW)" 
1. Stein Song (E. A. Fenstad) (Jun 23, 1910) ....................................FOX TROT
 (Rudy Vallee arrangement: Feb 25, 1930) (Theme. song of the University of Maine) 
2. Down The Line (Joseph J. Casasanta) (Nov 20, 1926) ...........................FOX TROT
 (Theme song of Notre Dame University) 
3. When It's Springtime In The Rockies (Robert Sauer) (Jun 2, 1923) ................WALTZ
 "A Charming 'Waltz Song" 
4. Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (Joe furke) (Apr 23, 1930) ........................WALTZ
 (Written for, but not used in,
 the 1930 Warner Brothers motion picture "Dancing Sweeties" a.k.a. "Three Flights Up") 
5. Where The Golden Daffodils Grow (Harry Archer) (Feb 11, 1930) ................FOX TROT 
6. Tip-Toe Through The Tulips (Joe Burke) (May 13, 1929) ........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1929 Warner Brothers motion picture "Gold Diggers Of Broadway") 
7. Old New England Moon (Vance & Howard) (Jun 5, 1930) .............................WALTZ 
8. It Happened In Monterey (Mabel Wayne) (Feb 6, 1930) .............................WALTZ
 (From the 1930 Universal motion picture "The King Of Jazz") 
9. The Talk Of The Town (Chester Cohn) (Dec 17, 1929) .......................... FOX TROT 
10. Happy Days Are Here Again (Miltbn Ager) (Nov 7, 1929) .......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 MGM motion picture "Chasing Rainbows" a.k.a. "Road Show")
 (Adopted by Franklin D. Roosevelt as his campaign song in 1932)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3185 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1931) 
1. Hello! Beautiful! (Walter Donaldson) (Jan 24, 1931) ..........................FOX TROT 
2. Would You Like To Take A Walk; Sump'n Good'll Come From That
 (Harry Warren) (Dec 22, 1930) ..................................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1930 Broadway revue "Sweet And Low") 
3. Wabash Moon (Dreyer, Downey & McKenney) (Jan 28, 1931) ..........................WALTZ 
4. Lonesome Lover (Jimmie Monaco) (Oct 31, 1930) ...................................WALTZ 
5. Tie A Little String Around Your Finger (Seymour Simons) (Sep 25, 1930) .......FOX TROT 
6. Walkin' My Baby Back Home (Fred E. Ahlert) (Sep 8, 1930) .....................FOX TROT 
7. Little Sweetheart Of The Prairie (Solman & Brown) (Jan 22, 1931) ................WALTZ 
8. Say "Hello" To The Folks Back Home (Davis & Lombardo) (Jan 6, 1931) .............WALTZ 
9. Running Between The Rain-Drops (Carroll Gibbons) (Feb 9, 1931) ...............FOX TROT 
10. The Peanut Vendor (El Manisero) (Moises Simons) (Aug 20, 1930) ..............FOX TROT
 (From the 1931 MGM motion picture "The Cuban Love Song")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3186 
(Estimated issue date: Mid-1931) 
1. Smile, Darn Ya, Smile (Max Rich) (Jan 5, 1931) ...............................FOX TROT 
2. By My Side (Link & Gray) (Feb 4, 1931) .......................................FOX TROT 
3. The Little Old Church In The Valley (Kahn, Arnold & van Alstyne) (Mar 16, 1931)..WALTZ 
4. Rocky Mountain Lullaby (Robert A. King) (Mar 26, 1931) ..........................WALTZ 
5. Got The Bench, Got The Park, But I Haven't Got You
 (Phillips, Sherman & Lewis) (Feb 7, 1931) ......................................FOX TROT 
6. Whistling In The Dark (Dana Suesse) (Feb 27, 1931) ...........................FOX TROT 
7. The Waltz You Saved For Me (King & Flindt) (Aug 1, 1930) ........................WALTZ 
8. Falling In Love Again, Can't Help It (Frederich Hollander) (Dec 24, 1930) .......WALTZ
 (From the 1930 Deutsche Universal-Film AG/Paramount motion picture "The Blue Angel") 
9. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (Sam H. Stept) (Dec 15, 1930) .......FOX TROT 
10. When You Were The Blossom Of Buttercup Lane (And I Was Your Little Boy Blue)
 (George W. Meyer) (Jan 7, 1931) ................................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3187 
(Estimated issue date: mid-1931) 
1. Two Little Blue Little Eyes (Webster, Loeb & Vallee) (1931) ...................FOXTROT 
2. Oh How I Miss You (Frank Magine) (1931) .......................................FOXTROT 
3. When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain 
(From the 1932 Paramount motion picture "The Big Broadcast") 
(Harry Woods) (Feb 26, 1931) ......................................................WALTZ 
4. Let's Pretend We're Sweethearts (Russell & Tierney) (1931) .....................WALTZ 
5. Ho Hum (Dana Suesse) (Apr 17, 1931) ..........................................FOXTROT 
6. There Ought To Be A Moonlight Saving Time(Labeled "Moonlight Savin' Time")
 (Kahal & Richman) (May 1, 1931) ................................................FOXTROT 
7. After The Dance (The Bells Ding-Dong) (Caesar, Frisch & Motzan) (1931) .........WALTZ 
8. You'd Be Heart-Broken Sweetheart Like Me (Sefferino & Sefferino) (Apr. 4, 1931) WALTZ 
9. Say A Little Prayer For Me (Horatio Nicholls) (Oct 2, 1930) ..................FOXTROT 
10. You'll Be Mine In Apple Blossom Time (Peter De Rose) (Mar 10, 1931) .........FOXTROT 
(No known copies. From label mailed by Wurlitzer to Ross R. Davis) 

ROLL NUMBER 3188 
1. I Wanna Sing About You (Friend & Dreyer) (1931) ..............................FOXTROT 
2. Now You're In My Arms (Wrubel & Downey) (Mar 23, 1931) .......................FOXTROT 
3. Rock Me In A Cradle Of Kalua (Pete Wendling) (Apr 16, 1931) ....................WALTZ 
4. My Cradle Sweetheart (Isham Jones) (1931) ......................................WALTZ 
5. Under Your Window Tonight (Murray Mencher) (1931) ............................FOXTROT 
6. Dancing With The Daffodils (Down At The Garden Ball) (Jack Little) (1931) ....FOXTROT 
7. Dreamy Rocky Mountain Moon (Kamie Belfils) (1930) ..............................WALTZ 
8. For You (Joe Burke) (1931) .....................................................WALTZ 
9. Let's Get Friendly (Dan Dougherty) (1931) ....................................FOXTROT 
10. Roll On Mississippi, Roll On (West, McCaffrey & Ringle) (1931) ..............FOXTROT 
(No known copies. From label mailed by Wurlitzer to Ross R. Davis) 

ROLL NUMBER 3189 
(Titles from style 150 roll no. 13212) 
1. Capitol City (Harry J. Lincoln) (Oct 25, 1911) ........................MARCH TWO STEP 
2. Isle Of Joy; Waltzes (Ethel Clutterham) (Jan 13, 1919) 
3. Carnival Bingo (Charles Cohen) (Aug 2, 1910) ..........................MARCH TWO STEP 
4. Happy Hearts (F. H. Losey) (Feb 21, 1911) ......................................WALTZ 
5. National Federation (Harry J. Lincoln) (Feb 19, 1925) ..........................MARCH 
6. Hand Of Friendship (Harry J. Lincoln) (Jan 25, 1915) ............... HESITATION WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3190 
1. Makin' Faces At The Man In The Moon 
(Rich, Smith, Hoffman & Washington) (1931) .....................................FOX TROT 
2. Building A Home For You (Santley & Bennett) (1931) ..........................FOX TROT 
3. There Must Be A Bright Tomorrow (For Each Yesterday Of Tears)
 (Wallace Wysocki, Prisoner 3223, Marquette Prison) (1931) ........................WALTZ 
4. Mine Yesterday - His Today (Lewis & David) (1931) ..............................WALTZ 
5. Little Girl (Hyde & Henry) (1931) ...........................................FOX TROT 
6. On The Beach With You (Jesse Greer) (1931) ..................................FOX TROT 
7. I Love You In The Same Sweet Way (Robert A. King) (1931) .......................WALTZ 
8. Sleepy Hollow Home (Vincent Rose) (1931) .......................................WALTZ 
9. It's The Girl (Abel Baer) (1931) ............................................FOX TROT 
10. Maybe It's The Moon (Richard A. Whiting) (1931) ............................FOX TROT 
(No known copies. From label mailed by Wurlitzer to Ross R. Davis) 

ROLL NUMBER 3191 
1. What Do I Have To Do? .......................................................FOX TROT 
2. What Am I Gonna Do For Lovin'? (Felix Bernard) (1931) .......................FOX TROT 
3. The Kiss That You've Forgotten (Is The Kiss That I Can't Forget)
 (Harry Link) (1931) ..............................................................WALTZ 
4. Blue Kentucky Moon (Walter Donaldson) (1931) ...................................WALTZ 
5. Me (Irving Berlin) (1931) ...................................................FOX TROT 
6. Love Letters In The Sand (J. Fred Coots) (1931) .............................FOX TROT 
7. You're My Only Sweetheart (Honest I Love You) (Harold Dellon) (1931) ...........WALTZ 
8. Why Dance? (Fred E. Ahlert) (1931) .............................................WALTZ 
9. I'm All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart (Fisher, Unger & Stern) (1931) .......FOX TROT 
10. It Looks Like Love (Harry Woods) (1931) ....................................FOX TROT 
(No known copies. From label mailed by Wurlitzer to Ross R. Davis)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3192 
"6/8 Marches - Full of Snap and Pep" 
1. Army And Navy (Edmund Braham) (May 24, 1911) ..........................MARCH TWO STEP 
2. The Commander-In-chief (Max S. Witt) (May 2, 1898) ....................MARCH TWO STEP 
3. Battery "A" (Bert Lowe) (Apr 28, 1910) ................................MARCH TWO STEP 
4. A Jolly Sailor (Harry J. Lincoln) (Oct 26, 1908) ......................MARCH TWO STEP 
5. Blaze Of Honor (Harry J. Lincoln) (Jan 25, 1919) ......................MARCH TWO STEP 
6. The Letter Carriers (Harry J. Lincoln) (Feb 27, 1926) .................MARCH TWO STEP 
7. Fidelity (Abe Losch) (Nov 25, 1912) ...................................MARCH TWO STEP 
8. The New Liberty (Harry J. Lincoln) (Oct 9, 1917) ......................MARCH TWO STEP 
9. Jack Of Spades (Abe Losch) (Feb 21, 1911) .............................MARCH TWO STEP 
10. The Fight Is On (Carl D. Vandersloot) (Jan 23, 1918) .................MARCH TWO STEP

ROLL NUMBER 3193 
1. Good Night, Sweetheart (Noble, Campbell & Connelly) (1931) ..................FOX TROT 
2. Guilty (Whiting & Akst) (1931) ..............................................FOX TROT 
3. Call Me Darling, Call Me Sweetheart, Call Me Dear
 (Reisfeld, Fryberg & Marbet) (1931) ..............................................WALTZ 
4. Tell Me With A Love Song (Harold Arlen) (1931) .................................WALTZ 
5. You Try Somebody Else (Ray Henderson) (1931) ................................FOX TROT 
6. I Don't Know Why (Fred E. Ahlert) (1931) ....................................FOX TROT 
7. Pagan Moon (Bryan, Dubin & Burke) (1931) .......................................WALTZ 
8. Where The Blue Of The Night Meets The Gold Of The Day 
(From the 1932 Paramonut film "The Big Broadcast")
 (Turk, Crosby & Ahlert) (Oct 27, 1931) ..........................................WALTZ 
9. A Faded Summer Love (Phil Baxter) (1931) ....................................FOX TROT 
10. River Stay 'Way From My Door (Harry Woods) (1931) ..........................FOX TROT 
(No known copies. From label mailed by Wurlitzer to Ross R. Davis) 
 
ROLL NUMBER 3194 
1. By The Sycamore Tree (Pete Wendling) (Sep 28, 1931) .........................FOX TROT 
2. Ooh That Kiss (Harry Warren) (Sep 23, 1931) .................................FOX TROT
(From the 1931 Broadway revue "The Laugh Parade") 
3. Save The Last Dance For Me (Frank Magine) (Oct 29, 1931) .......................WALTZ 
4. Cuban Love Song (Stothart, McHugh & Fields) (Oct 24, 1931) .................... WALTZ
 (From the 1931 MGM motion picture "The Cuban Love Song") 
5. Lies (Harry Barris) (Oct 15, 1931) ......................................... FOX TROT 
6. I Wouldn't Change You For The World (Isham Jones) (Oct 1, 1931) .............FOX TROT 
7. I'm Just A Dancing Sweetheart (De Rose & Potter) (Jul 15, 1931) ................WALTZ 
8. An Old Fashioned Home In New Hampshire (Robert A. King) (Dec 3, 1931) ..........WALTZ 
9. You Knew You'd Hurt Somebody, Why Did It Have To Be Me?
 (Green, Lombardo & Stept) (Aug 21, 1931) ......................................FOX TROT 
10. You're My Everything (Harry Warren) (Sep 23, 1931) .........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1931 Broadway revue "The Laugh Parade")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3195 
"SPECIAL REVIEW ROLL" 
1. Around The Corner (Art Kassel) (Apr 7, 1930) ................................FOX TROT 
2. Moonlight On The Colorado (Robert A. King) (Jun 20, 1930) ......................WALTZ 
3. Wabash Moon (Dreyer, Downey & McKenney) (Jan 28, 1931) .........................WALTZ 
4. Betty Co-Ed (Fogarty & Vallee) (Jun 27, 1930) ...............................FOX TROT 
5. When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain (Harry Woods) (Feb 26, 1931) .............WALTZ
 (From the 1932 Paramount motion picture "The Big Broadcast") 
6. Many Happy Returns Of The Day (Joe Burke) (Jun 24, 1931) .......................WALTZ 
7. Stein Song (E. A. Fenstad) (Jun 23, 1910) .................................. FOX TROT
 (Rudy Vallee arrargement: Feb 25, 1930) (Theme song of the University of Maine) 
8. Falling In Love Again, Can't Help It (Frederich Hollander) (Dec 24, 1930) ......WALTZ
 (From the 1930 Deutsche Universum-Film AG/Paramount motion picture "The Blue Angel") 
9. When Your Hair Has Turned To Silver (I Will Love You Just The Same)
 (Peter De Rose) (Oct 22, 1930)....................................................WALTZ 
10. Down The Line (Joseph J. Casasanta) (Nov 20, 1926) .........................FOX TROT
 (Theme song of Notre Dame University)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3196 
1. Snuggled On Your Shoulder, Cuddled. In Your Arms
 (Carmen Lombardo) (Jan 6, 1932) ................................................FOX TROT
 (Unpublished: Dec 22, 1931) 
2. Kiss By Kiss I'm Fall ing In Love With You (Vincent Rose) (Dec 29, 1931) .....FOX TROT 
3. Kiss Me Goodnight (Horatio Nicholls) (Oct 16, 1931) ............................ WALTZ 
4. I'll Miss You In The Evening (Irving Berlin) (Jan 27, 1932) .....................WALTZ
5. Dancing On The Ceiling (Richard Rodgers) (Nov 19, 1930) ..................... FOX TROT
 (Written for, but not used in, the 1930 Broadway musical comedy "Simple Simon") 
6. The Wooden Soldier And The China Doll (Isham Jones) (Jarl 4, 1932) ...........FOX TROT
 "Novelty Fox Trot" 
7. Kiss Me Goodnight, Not Goodbye (James F. Hanley) (Aug 6, 1931) ................. WALTZ
 (From the 1931 Fox motion picture "Merely Mary Ann") 
8. If I Ever Meet The Girl Of My Dreams (Little & Little) (Feb 11, 1932) ...........WALTZ 
9. Let That Be A Lesson To You (Isham Jones) (Jan 29, 1932) .....................FOX TROT 
10. Starlight Help Me Find The One I Love (Bernice Petkere) (Jan 9, 1932) .......FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3197 
"LENGTH OF 10 PIECE ROLL" 
1. (In The Gloaming) By The Fireside (Noble, Campbell & Connelly) (Jan 18, 1932).FOX TROT
 (British song) 
2. We Will Always Be Sweethearts (Oscar Straus) (Feb 27, 1932) .....................WALTZ
 (Introduced in the 1932 Paramount motion picture "One Hour With You") 
3. Good-Night Moon (Walter Donaldson) (Dec 14, 1931) ............................FOX TROT 
4. Drifting 'Neath The Silver Moon (Eyges & Lipschultz) (Jun 24, 1925) .............WALTZ 
5. Strangers (J. Fred Coots) (Oct 5, 1931) ......................................FOX TROT 
6. Goodnight, My Love ..............................................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3198 
1. Whistle And Blow Your Blues Away (Carmen Lombardo) (Mar 1, 1932) .............FOX TROT 
2. My Lips Want Kisses, My Heart Wants Love
 (Oppenheim, Fisher & Baer) (Mar 18, 1932) ......................................FOX TROT 
3. Masquerade (Jacob Loeb) (Apr 20, 1932) ..........................................WALTZ 
4. I'm Still Without A Sweetheart With Summer Coming On
 (Fred E. Ahlert) (May 12, 1932) ...................................................WALTZ 
5. Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now (Thomas Waller) (Feb 10, 1932) ...................FOX TROT 
6. Let's Have Another Cup O' Coffee (Irving Berlin) (Mar 17, 1932) ..............FOX TROT
 (From the 1932 Broadway musical comedy "Face The Music") 
7. Ma And Pa (Send Their Sweetest Love) (Carl Hoefle) (Mar 10, 1932) ...............WALTZ 
8. The Voice In The Old Village Choir (Harry Woods) (May 13, 1932) .................WALTZ 
9. Crazy People (James V. Monaco) (Apr 20, 1932) ................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1932 Paramount motion picture "The Big Broadcast") 
10. Somebody Loves You (Peter De Rose) (Feb 23, 1932) ...........................FOX TROT
 (Theme adapted from "I Want The Twilight And You" by Charles H. Maskell)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3199 
1. When We Ride On The Merry-Go-Round (Ralph W. Bolton) (May 3, 1932) ...........FOX TROT 
2. In My Hide-Away (K. L. Binford) (Apr 15, 1932) ...............................FOX TROT 
3. That Daddy And Mother Of Mine (Lou Handman) (Feb 18, 1932) ......................WALTZ 
4. The Song That Broke My Heart (Mabel Wayne) (May 31, 1932) .......................WALTZ
5. Tell Me While We're Dancing (Harry Link) (Feb 2, 1932) .......................FOX TROT 
6. Rain, Rain, Go Away (John W. Green) (Jun 25, 1932) ...........................FOX TROT 
7. Down Around Those Indiana Hills (Dave Dreyer) (Jan 14, 1932) ....................WALTZ 
8. Rock-A-Bye Moon (Johnson, Steele & Lang) (Jan 12, 1932) .........................WALTZ 
9. Am I Wasting My Time? (Sanford Green) (Apr 21, 1932) .........................FOX TROT 
10. There's Oceans Of Love By The Beautiful Sea (Little & Coots) (Jun 7, 1932) ..FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3200 
1. My Heart's At Ease (Thomas Waller) (May 31, 1932) ............................FOX TROT 
2. Holding My Honey's Hand (Goering & Bernie) (May 7, 1932) .....................FOX TROT 
3. When Old Vienna Was New (Harry Tierney) (Dec 4, 1931) ...........................WALTZ 
4. Having A Good Time-Wish You Were Here (Sammy Fain) (Oct 20, l93l) ...............WALTZ 
5. Lazy Day (George Posford) (May 12, 1931) .....................................FOX TROT 
6. You've Got Me In The Palm Of Your Hand (James V. Monaco) (Apr 7, l932) .......FOX TROT 
7. Neath The Silv'ry Moon (Cliff Friend) (Feb 13, 1932) ............................WALTZ 
8. In The Dreamy Hills Of Home Sweet Home (Bernard Maltin) (Apr l9, l932) ..........WALTZ 
9. I'm So Alone With The Crowd (Little & Young) (Mar 24, l932) ..................FOX TROT 
10. If You Were Only Mine (Isham Jones) (Jun 8, 1932) ...........................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3201 
1. Sheltered By The Stars, Cradled By The Moon (Thomas Waller) (Jun 29, 1932) ...FOX TROT 
2. We Just Couldn't Say Good-Bye (Harry Woods) (Jul 13, 1932) ...................FOX TROT 
3. When Mother Played The Organ And Daddy Sang A Hymn
 (George B. McConnell) (Aug 17, 1932) ..............................................WALTZ 
4. We're Dancing Together Again (Albert Gumble) (Jun 18, 1932) .....................WALTZ 
5. Three's A Crowd (Harry Warren) (May 2, 1932) .................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1932 First National motion picture "Crooner") 
6. So Ashamed (Milton Ager) (May 31, 1932) ......................................FOX TROT 
7. I Found A Brand New Sweetheart In That Old Gal Of Mine
 (Ira Schuster) (Aug 5, 1932) ......................................................WALTZ 
8. Rock-A-Bye Moon (Johnson, Steele & Lang) (Jan 12, 1932) .........................WALTZ 
9. Love Me Tonight (Victor Young) (Jul 5, 1932) .................................FOX TROT 
10. The Clouds Will Soon Roll By (Woods & Brown) (Jun 2, 1932) ..................FOX TROT 

ROLL NUMBER 3202 
"LENGTH OF 10 PIECE ROLL" 
1. I'm Sure Of Everything But You (O'Flynn, Meyer & Wendling) (Nov 7, l932) .....FOX TROT 
2. Waltzing In A Dream (Victor Young) (Jun 16, 1932) ...............................WALTZ 
3. When It's Darkness On The Delta (Jerry Levinson) (Dec 5, 1932) ...............FOX TROT
 (Unpublished as "Darkness On The Delta": Sep 1, 1932) 
4. Play, Fiddle, Play (Deutsch & Altman) (Sep 21, 1932) ............................WALTZ 
5. In The Dim Dim Dawning (AI. Goodhart) (Oct 14, 1932) .........................FOX TROT 
6. A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet (Harry Woods) (Oct 6, 1932) ..............WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3203 
"LENGTH OF 10 PIECE ROLL" 
1. You're An Old Smoothie (De Sylva, Whiting & Brown) (Sep 26, 1932) ............FOX TROT
 (From the 1932 Broadway musical comedy "Take A Chance") 
2. Hey! Young Fella (Close Your Old Umbrella) (Jimmy McHugh) (Jan 12, 1933) .....FOX TROT
 (From the 1932 Chicago revue "Clowns In Clover") 
3. Little Old Cross-Road Store (Peter Tinturin) (Dec 1, 1932) ......................WALTZ 
4. Forty Second street (Harry Warren) (Nov 30, 1932) ............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1933 Warner Brothers motion picture "42nd street") 
5. My Darling (Richard Myers) (Sep 26, 1932) ....................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1932 Broadway revue "Earl Carroll Vanities") 
6. I Envy The Moon (Milton Ager) (Feb 10, 1933) ....................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3204 
"LENGTH OF 10 PIECE ROLL" 
1. Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue)?
 (Peter De Hose) (Jan 20, 1933) ............................................... FOX TROT 
2. I'm Thru With Saying I'm Thru (Kalmar, Ruby & Kahn) (Mar 24, l933) ..........FOX TROT 
3. I Can't Remember (Irving Berlin) (Mar 25, 1933) ................................WALTZ 
4. Hold Me (Little, Oppenheim & Schuster) (Jan 18, 1933) .......................FOX TROT 
5. Lying In The Hay (Mireille) (Jan 7, 1933) ...................................FOX TROT 
6. Let's All Sing Like The Birdies Sing (Tolchard Evans) (Sep 20, 1932) ...........WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3205 
"LENGTH OF 10 PIECE ROLL" 
(Estimated issue date; Early 1934) 
1. The Old Spinning Wheel (Billy Hill) (Mar 22, 1933) ...........................FOX TROT 
2. This Little Piggie Went To Market (Harold Lefty Lewis) (Dec 29, 1933) ........FOX TROT
 (From the 1932 Fanal/Terra motion picture "Eight Girls In A Boat") 
3. Do You Miss Me Tonight (Al Sherman) (Feb 2, 1934) ...............................WALTZ 
4. Wagon Wheels (Peter De Rose). (Jan 19, 1934) .................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1934 Broadway musical revue "Ziegfeld Follies") 
5. Without That Certain Thing (Nesbitt & Nesbitt) (Oct 31, 1933) ................FOX TROT 
6. My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii
 (Cogswell, Harrison & Noble) (Oct 13, 1933) ....................................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3206 
"LENGTH of l0-piece ROLL" 
(Estimated issue date: Late 1934) 
1. There's Something About A Soldier (Noel Gay) (Mar 9, 1933) ...................FOX TROT
 (From the 1934 Gainsborough/Gaumont motion picture
 "Soldiers Of The King" a.k.a. "The Woman In Command") 
2. All I Do Is Dream Of You (Nacio Herb Brown) (Feb 28, 1934) ...................FOX TROT
 (From the 1934 MGM motion picture "Sadie McKee") 
3. The Man On The Flying Trapeze (Walter O'Keefe) (Apr 29, 1933) ...................WALTZ
 (From the 1934 Fox motion picture "George White's Scandals")
 (Based on the English song "The Flying Trapeze" written by George Leybourne in 1868) 
4. The Beat Of My Heart (Harold Spina) (Unpublished: Feb 24, 1934) ..............FOX TROT 
5. Little Man You've Had A Busy Day (Mabel Wayne) (Apr 9, 1934) .................FOX TROT 
6. I Ain't Lazy, I'm Just Dreamin' (Dave Franklin) (Apr 25, 1934) ...............FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3207 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1935) 
1. June In January (Robin & Rainger) (Nov 28, 1934) .............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1934 Paramount motion picture "Here Is My Heart") 
2. Stay As Sweet As You Are (Gordon & Revel) (Oct 12, 1934) .....................FOX TROT
 (From the 1934 Paramount motion picture "College Rhythm") 
3. One Night Of Love (Victor Schertzinger) (Jul 26, 1934) ..........................WALTZ
 (Title song of the 1934 Columbia motion picture) 
4. The Champagne Waltz (Conrad, Oakland & Drake) (Feb 16, 1934) 
5. I've Got An Invitation To A Dance (Symes, Neiburg & Levinson) (Nov 3, 1934) ..FOX TROT 
6. Blue Moon (Richard Rodgers) (Dec 5, 1934) ....................................FOX TROT
 (Introduced under the title "The Bad In Every Man" in the 1934
 Cosmopolitian/MGM motion picture "Manhattan Melodrama")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3208 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1935) 
1. Clouds (Walter Donaldson) (Jan 30, 1935) .....................................FOX TROT 
2. Fare Thee Well, Annabelle (Allie Wrubel) (Aug 28, 1905) ......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1935 Warner Brothers motion picture "Sweet Music") 
3. No! No! A Thousand Times No (Sherman, Lewis & Silver) (Nov 1, 1934) .............WALTZ
 "A melodrama in song" 
4. When I Grow Too Old To Dream (Sigmund Romberg) (Jan 10, 1935) ...................WALTZ
 (From the 1935 MGM motion picture "The Night Is Young") 
5. Isle Of Capri (Will Grosz) (Jul 27, 1934) .......................................WALTZ 
6. There's A Tavern In The Town (William H. Hills) (1883) .......................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3209 
(Titles from style 150 roll no. 13237) 
1. What's The Reason I'm Not Pleasin' You (Tomlin & Hatch) (Mar 11, 1935) .......FOX TROT
 (From the 1935 MGM motion picture "Times Square Lady") 
2. I'll Never Say Never Again (Harry Woods) (Apr 11, 1935) ......................FOX TROT 
3. Penthouse In The Moon; Heaven Of Love (Alma Sanders) (May 9, 1935) ..............WALTZ 
4. The Rose In Her Hair (Harry Warren) (May 24, 1935) ..............................WALTZ
 (From the 1935 Warner Brothers motion picture "Broadway Gondolier") 
5. Ev'rything's Been Done Before (Adamson, Kropf & King) (Mar 9, 1935) ..........FOX TROT
 (From the 1935 MGM motion picture "Reckless") 
6. Life Is A Song, Let's Sing It Together (Fred E. Ahlert) (Mar 30, 1935) .......FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3210 
(Titles from style 150 roll no. 13238) 
1. I'm On A See-Saw (Vivian Ellis) (Jan 4, 1934) ................................FOX TROT
 (From the London musical "Jill Darling") 
2. It's Time To Say Good-Night (Joseph Meyer) ......................................WALTZ
 (Unpublished: May 3, 1935) 
(From the 1934 Fox motion picture "George White's Scandals") 
3. Every Now And Then (Silver, Sherman & Lewis) (Jul 10, 1935) ..................FOX TROT 
4. I've Got A Feelin' You're Fool in' (Nacio Herb Brown) (Jun 19, 1935) .........FOX TROT
 (From the 1935 MGM motion picture "Broadway Melody Of 1936") 
5. When The Leaves Bid The Trees Good-Bye (Vee Lawnhurst) (Aug 2, 1935) ............WALTZ 
6. Cheek To Cheek (Irving Berlin) (Jul 2, 1935) .................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1935 RKO motion picture "Top Hat")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3211 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1936) 
1. A Little Bit Independent But Easy On The Eyes (Joe Burke) (Oct 22, 1935) .....FOX TOOT 
2. The Music Goes 'Round And Around (Farley & Riley) (Dec 9, 1935) ..............FOX TROT
 (From the 1936 Columbia motion picture "The Music Goes 'Round")
 (Based on "If You Want To Know Who We Are" from Gilbert and Sullivan s "The Mikado") 
3. Lights Out (Billy Hill) (Dec 12, 1935) .......................................FOX TOOT 
4. Red Sails In The Sunset (Hugh Williams) (Aug 14, 1935) .......................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1935 Broadway revue "Provincetown Follies") 
5. Moon Over Miami (Joe Burke) (Dec 17, 1935) .................................. FOX TROT 
6. Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle (Samuels, Whitcup & Powell) (Oct 2, 1935) FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3212 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1936) 
1. Is It True What They Say About Dixie (Gerald Marks) (Jan 22, 1936) ......... FOX TROT 
2. A Beautiful Lady In Blue (J. Fred Coots) (Nov 12, 1935) ....................... WALTZ 
3. I Love To Ride The Horses On A Merry-Go-Round. (Lew Pollack) (Jan 10, 1936) .FOX TROT
 (From the 1935 20th Century-Fox motion picture "King Of Burlesque") 
4. If I Had My Way (James Kerxiis) (May 16, 1913) .................................WALTZ 
5. Wah-Hoc (Cliff Friend) (Jan 30, 1936) .......................................FOX TROT 
6. Lovely Lady (Jimmy McHugh) (Dec 9, 1935) ...................................... WALTZ
 (From the 1936 20th Century-Fox motion picture "King Of Burlesque")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3213 
(Estimated issue date: February, 1937) 
1. In The Chapel In The Moonlight (Billy Hill) (Oct 14, 1936) ................. FOX TROT 
2. I'm Just Living For Someone I Love (Henry Morrow) (Apr 30, 1936) ...............WALTZ 
3. The Wurlitzer Waltz; I Close My Eyes (Box, Cox, Gibson & Roberts) (Jun 23, 1936) 
4. The One Rose That's Left In My Heart (Lyon & McIntire) (Apr 16, 1929) ..........WALTZ 
5. Lazy Summer Moon (Muldowney, Yoell & Shilkret) (Aug 13, 1936) ..................WALTZ 
6. I Want The Whole World To Love You (Gerald Marks) (Sep 8, 1936) ................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3214 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1937) 
1. March Of The Mighty (Al Hayes) (Jul 22, 1912) 
2. Military Escort (Harold Bennett) (Jan 15, 1923) ................................MARCH 
3. The Matinee (Will Huff) (Jan 21, 1914) .........................................MARCH 
4. Gifted Leadership (Henry Fillmore) (Jun 11, 1927) ..............................MARCH 
5. His Honor (The Mayor) (Henry Fillmore) (Jan 22, 1934) ..........................MARCH 
6. Americans We (Henry Fillmore) (Mar 11, 1929) ...................................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3215 
(Box label date: May 12, 1937) 
1. When My Dreamboat Comes Home (Friend & Franklin) (Oct 14, 1936) ..............FOX TROT 
2. You'll Never Go To Heaven If You Break My Heart (Joe Santly) (May 13, 1937) .....WALTZ 
3. Boo-Hoo (Lombardo, Heyman & Loeb) (Jan 14, 1937) .............................FOX TROT 
4. Wanted (Tinturin & Lawrence) (Apr 6, 1937) ...................................FOX TOOT 
5. In A Little Inn Way Out In Indiana (Barry, Koppell & Herbert) (Mar 2, 1936) ..FOX TROT 
6. Good-Night My Love (Gordon & Revel) (Dec 14, 1936) ...........................FOX TOOT
 (From the 1936 20th Century-Fox motion picture "Stowaway")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3216 
"LENGTH of l0-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: July 15, 1937) 
1. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down (Friend & Franklin) (May 14, 1937) .............FOX TROT 
2. Montana Moon (Ben Sanger) (Mar 21, 1937) ........................................WALTZ 
3. Little Old Lady (Carmichael & Adams) (Oct 29, 1936) ..........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1936 Broadway revue "The Show Is On") 
4. Drifting Along (M. K. Jerome) (Oct 6, 1936) .....................................WALTZ
 (From the 1937 First National/Warner Brothers motion picture "The Captain's Kid") 
5. The First Time I Saw You (Nathaniel Shilkret) (Apr 26, 1937) .................FOX TROT
 (From the 1937 RKO motion picture "The Toast Of New York") 
6. Someone To Care For Me (Kaper & Jurmann) (Nov 3, 1936) .......................FOX TROT 

ROLL NUMBER 3217 
"LENGTH of l0-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: December 6, 1937) 
1. A Waltz, A Kiss And You (Jimmie Crane) (Sep 16, 1937) ...........................WALTZ 
2. A Sailboat In The Moonlight (Lombardo & Loeb) (May 18, 1937) .................FOX TROT 
3. Dreaming, Today I Am Dreaming (G. Newman Byard) (Aug 19, 1937) ..................WALTZ 
4. Blue Hawaii (Robin & Rainger) (Feb 15, 1937) .................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1937 Paramount motion picture "Waikiki Wedding") 
5. Cow Girl Of The Big Hams (R. H. Pettengill) (Mar 13, 1937) ......................WALTZ 
6. Never In A Million Years (Gordon & Revel) (Mar 24, 1937) .....................FOX TROT
 (From the 1937 20th Century-Fox motion picture "Wake Up And Live")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3218 
"LENGTH of l0-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: February 7, 1938) 
1. Vieni, Vieni (Vincent Scotto) (Dec 31, 1934) .................................FOX TROT 
2. The Waltz Lives On (Ralph Rainger) (Unpublished: Sep 24, 1937) ..................WALTZ
 (From the 1937 Paramount motion picture "The Big Broadcast Of 1938") 
3. The Love Bug Will Bite You (If You Don't Watch Out)
 (Pinky Tomlin) (Mar 12, 1937) ..................................................FOX TROT 
4. Sue (Henry M. Hardie) ...........................................................WALTZ 
5. 'Neath The Old Abbey Window (Noel & Hardman) (Mar 31, 1937) ..................FOX TROT 
6. Our Last Valse (Valse Duet)
 (Oscar straus; arranged by Albert Szirmai) (Nov 13, 1937) .........................WALTZ
 (From the 1937 Broadway musical romance "Three Waltzes")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3219 
"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: April 9, 1938) 
1. I still Love To Kiss You Goodnight (Harold Spina) (Jul 44, 1937) .............FOX TROT
 (From the 1937 United Artists motion picture "52nd street") 
2. Could I Be In Love? (Robin & Daly) (Nov 13, 1936) ...............................WALTZ
 (From the 1937 Paramount motion picture "Champagne Waltz") 
3. You Can't stop Me From Dreamin' (Friend & Franklin) (Aug 27, 1937) ...........FOX TROT 
4. The Waltz Of The Gipsies (Kennedy & Carr) (Aug 17, 1937) ........................WALTZ 
5. When The Organ Played "O! Promise Me" (Jack Meskill) (Oct 29, 1937) ..........FOX TROT 
6. When All The World Forgets You, There's A Mother Waiting Still
 (Harold Dixon) (Jul 27, 1923) .....................................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3220

"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: May 28, 1938) 
1. There's A Gold Mine In The Sky (Kenny & Kenny) (Sep 22, 1937) ................FOX TROT
 (From the 1938 Republic motion picture "Gold Mine In The Sky")
2. Back With You Dear (Ormsby M. Watson) (Jan 29, 1938) ............................WALTZ 
3. Fifi (Sam Coslow) (Dec 3, 1937) ..............................................FOX TROT
 (Introduced in the 1938 Paramount motion picture "Every Day's A Holiday") 
4. Life's A Dance (Harold Arlen) (Oct 22, 1937) ....................................WALTZ
 (From the 1937 Broadway musical comedy "Hooray For What! ") 
5. Bei Mir Bisti Shein (Sholom Secunda) (Sep 25, 1933) ..........................FOX TROT
 (Introduced in the 1932 New York Yiddish musical
 "I Would If I Could" under the title "Bei Mir Bistu Shein") 
6. Pal Of My Heart (Walter Goodwin) (Dec 14, 1926) ................................WALTZ 

ROLL NUMBER 3221 
"LENGTH of l0-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: July 28, 1938) 
1. Says My Heart (Burton Lane) (Apr 19, 1938) ..................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1938 Paramount motion picture "Cocoanut Grove") 
2. The House On The Hill (Terry Shand) (Dec 11, 1937) .............................WALTZ 
3. Little Lady Make-Believe (Nat Simon) (Oct 22, 1936) ........................ FOX TROT 
4. The Same Sweet You (Tobias, Lewis & Mencher) (Mar 22, 1938) ....................WALTZ 
5. Cry, Baby, Cry (Eaton & Shand) (Mar 22, 1938) ...............................FOX TROT 
6. Ti-Pi-Tin (Maria Grever) (Feb 23, 1938) ........................................WALTZ
 (Mexican Waltz Song) 

ROLL NUMBER 3222 
"LENGTH of lO-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: August 27, 1938) 
l. Golden Plume March (Will Huff) (1916) 
2. With Flags Aloft; Spirit Of West Point (Herman S. Heller) (Dec 7, 1926) ........MARCH 
3. Paean Of Triumph (Walter Esberger) (Jul 10, 1916) ..............................MARCH 
4. The Merrimac (Al. Hayes) (May 1, 1914) .........................................MARCH 
5. The Marines' Hymn (L. Z. Phillips) (Aug 19, 1919) ..............................MARCH
 "Official song of the United states Marine Corps"
 (Based on Offenbach's 1868 opera "Genevieve de Brabant") 
6. The Changing Of The Guard (Flotsam & Jetsam) (Feb 20, 1939) ....................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3223 
"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" (Box label date: November 30, 1938) 
1. I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams (James V. Monaco) (Jul 11, 1938) .............FOX TROT
 (From the 1938 Paramount motion picture "Sing, You Sinners") 
2. It's Your Kiss That Lulls Me To Sleep (Eugene Loosli) (Jun 15, 1938) ...........WALTZ 
3. All Ashore (Billy Hill) (Sep 21, 1938) ..................................... FOX TROT 
4. There Had To Be The Wa1tz (Frederick Loewe) (Oct 26, 1938) .....................WALTZ
 (From the 1938 Broadway biography with music "Great lady") 
5. Lambeth Walk (Noel Gay) (Dec 22, 1937) ......................................FOX TROT
 (From the London musical "Me And My Girl") 
6. Sleep, My Baby, Sleep (Franz Vienna) (Feb 5, 1935) .............................WALTZ
 (From the 1935 Time/British International Pictures motion picture "Two Hearts In Harmony")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3224 
(Estimated issue date: Early 1939) 
1. I Must See Annie Tonight (Friend & Franklin) (Oct 11, 1938) ..................FOX TROT 
2. Teach Me To Forget You (Cobb & Cobb) (Nov 25, 1938) .............................WALTZ 
3. Sixty Seconds Got Together (Jerry Livingston) (Sep 14, 1938) .................FOX TROT 
4. In Their Little Two-By-Four (Eugene Loosli) (Jul 14, 1938) ......................WALTZ 
5. Summer Souvenirs (J. Fred Coots) (Aug 29, 1938) ..............................FOX TROT 
6. Carita, Oh My Carita (Eugene Henry Loosli) (Jul 14, 1938) .......................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3225 
"LENGTH of lO-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: May 20, 1939) 
1. Sing A Song Of Sunbeams (James V. Monaco) (Mar 14, 1939) .....................FOX TROT
 (From the 1939 Universal motion picture "East Side Of Heaven") 
2. Take Me In Your Arms (Harriet Florence Adams) (Feb 14, 1939) ....................WALTZ 
3. If Hugs And Kisses Grew On Trees (Ralph Lee Hunter) (Mar 8, 1939) ............FOX TROT 
4. Sweetheart Of The Rockies (Robert Henry Pettengill) (Mar 17, 1935) ..............WALTZ 
5. Step Up And Shake My Hand (Jerry Livingston) (Unpublished: Feb 16, 1939) .....FOX TROT 
6. I Paid For The Lie I Told You (Light, Sherman & Hoffman) (Feb 7, 1939) ..........WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3226 
(Estimated issue date: Mid-1939) 
1. Beer Barrel Polka (Brown & Voda) (Mar 30, 1939)
 (From the 1939 Broadway musical comedy "Yokel Boy")
 (Popular Czechoslovakian song titled "Skoda Lasky (Lost Love) ") 
2. The Umbrella Man (Rose & Stock) (Jul 20, 1938) ..................................WALTZ
 (From the 1938 Warner Brothers motion picture "Garden Of The Moon") 
3. Deep Purple (Peter De Rose) (Jan 6, 1939) ....................................FOX TROT 
4. Ain't Cha Comin' Out? (Harry Ruby) (Jun 1, 1939) ................................WALTZ
 "The novelty serenade song" 
5. And The Angels Sing (Ziggy Elman) (Apr 11, 1939) .............................FOX TROT 
6. I Whisper Good-Night (Michael Edwards) (May 9, 1939) ............................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3227 
"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: January 4, 1940) 
1. Scatter-Brain (Keen, Bean & Masters) (Sep 19, 1939) ....".....................FOX TROT
 (From the 1939 RKO motion picture "That's Right, You're Wrong") 
2. A Prisoner's Prayer (McConnell, London & White) (May 9, 1939) ...................WALTZ 
3. I Must Have One More Kiss Kiss Kiss (Before We Say Goodnight)
  (Hoffman, Goodhart & Kurtz) (Jul 20, 1939) ....................................FOX TROT 
4. The Lamp On The Carner (Washington & Lara) (May 2, 1938) ........................WALTZ
 (From the 1938 Paramount motion picture "Tropic Holiday") 
5. (Why Couldn't It last) last Night (Austen Croom-Johnson) (Sep 23, 1939) ......FOX TROT 
6. I'm The Father Of Kathleen O'Reilly (William McKinley Garman) (Oct 1, 1927) .....WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3228 
"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: April 27, 1940) 
1. The Woodpecker Song (Reginella Campagnola) (Eldo di Lazzaro) (Feb 15, 1940) ..FOX TROT
 (From the 1940 Republic motion picture "Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride") 
2. Love Is All (Pinky Tomlin) (Feb 15, 1940) .......................................WALTZ
 (From the 1940 Universal motion picture "It's A Date") 
3. With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair (Clara Edwards) (Feb 21, 1930) .......FOX TROT 
4. Kermit The Hermit (Mel Waters) (Feb9, 1939) .....................................WALTZ 
5. When You Wish Upon A Star (Leigh Harline) (Jan 5, 1940) ......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1940 Walt Disney/mm motion picture "Pinocchio") 
6. Chatterbox (Jerome Brainin) (Oct 2, 1939) .......................................WALTZ
 (From the 1939 RKO motion picture "That's Right, You're Wrong")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3229 
"LENGTH of l0-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: July 18, 1940) 
1. Say It (Over And Over Again) (Jimmy McHugh) (Mar 15, 1940) ...................FOX TROT
 (Introduced in the 1940 Paramount motion picture "Buck Benny'Rides Again") 
2. Adored One (Alfred Newman) (May 15, 1940) .......................................WALTZ
 (From the 1940 20th Century-Fox motion picture "Lillian Russell ") 
3. Meet The Sun Half-Way (James V. Monaco) (Apr 19, 1940) .......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1940 Universal motion picture "If I Had My Way") 
4. My Bicycle Girl (Arthur Schwartz) (May 18, 1940) ................................WALTZ 
5. Her Name Was Rosita (William Tracey) (Unpublished: Nov 22, 1940) .............FOX TROT 
6. If You Love Me (Ray Noble) (Jan 18, 1936) .......................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3230 
"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: December 12, 1940) 
1. Peggy O'Neil (Pease, Nelson & Dodge) (Mar 26, 1921) .............................WALTZ 
2. Maybe (Flynn & Madden) (Sep 10, 1935) ........................................FOX TROT 
3. Clara (Abbott & Lewis) (Oct 26, 1940) ...........................................WALTZ 
4. God Bless America (Irving Berlin) (Feb 20, 1939) ............................ FOX TROT
 (Originally written for, but not used in,
 the 1918 Broadway "musical mess" "Yip! Yip! Yaphank") 
5. It's Better With A Union Man, Or, Bertha, The Sewing Machine Girl
 (Harold J. Rome) (Apr 9, 1940) ....................................................WALTZ
 (From the 1937 Broadway musical revue "Pins And Needles") 
6. You've Got Me This Way (Jimmy McHugh) (Nov 7, 1940) ..........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1940 20th Century-Fox motion picture "You'll Find Out")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3231 
"Non Taxable" 
"LENGTH of l0-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: April 14, 1941) 
1. On The Beautiful Blue Danube (Op. 314) (Johann Strauss) (May, 1867) .............WALTZ 
2. Under The Double Eagle (J. F. Wagner) (Jun 10, 1913) ............................MARCH 
3. Over The Waves (Sobre Las Olas) (Juventino Rosas) (Aug, 1888) ...................WALTZ 
4. Officer Of The Day (R. B. Hall) (Jun 20, 1903) .........................MARCH TWO STEP 
5. Wedding Of The Winds (John T. Hall) (Apr 2, 1896) ...............................WALTZ 
6. Ben Hur Chariot Race (E. T. Paull) (Nov 28, 1899) ...............................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3232 
"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" (Box label date: June 27, 1941) 
1. With A Twist Of The Wrist (Irvin Graham) (Jan 2, 1941) ..................... FOX TROT
 (From the 1941 Broadway musical revue "Crazy With The Heat") 
2. Maria Elena (Lorenzo Barcelata) (Dec 15, 1932) .................................WALTZ 
3. Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael) (Dec 22, 1930) ........................FOX TROT 
4. Serenade (Carl Kress) (Mar 7, 1941) ............................................WALTZ 
5. There Will Always Be America (George Madison) (Feb 20, 1941) ............... FOX TROT 
6. We're In Love (Willy Kraus) (Dec 10, 1940) .....................................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3233 
"LENGTH of lO-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: October 1, 1941) 
1. Thumbs Up! (Jacoby & Kroll) (Apr 10, 1941) ................................. FOX TROT 
2. Hy Dreams (Paul Martin) (Nov 25, 1940) .........................................WALTZ 
3. Sargeant! Can You Spare A Girl? (Petrillo & Ross) (Jun 16, 1941) ............FOX TROT 
4. The Danube Still Flows On (Leo Ascher) (Mar 16, 1941) ..........................WALTZ 
5. The Hut Sut Song (A Swedish Serenade)
 (Killion, McMichael & Owens) (Apr 25, 1941)....................................FOX TROT 
6. Alleghany Sweetheart CBen Kanter) (Jun 24, 1941) ...............................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3234 
(Box label date: February 2, 1942) 
1. There'll Be Blue Birds Over The White Cliffs Of Dover
 (Walter Kent) (Nov 27, 1941) ..................................................FOX TROT 
2. The Belle Of The Village Ball (Donald Shockey) (May 23, 1941) ..................WALTZ
 (Title listed on the box labe1: "Around And Around She Goes") 
3. Elmer's Tune (Albrecht, Gallop & Jurgens) (Jul 22, 1941) ................... FOX TROT 
4. Love Is Such An Old Fashioned Thing (Victor Schertzinger) (Sept 22, 1941) ......WALTZ
 (From the 1941 Colbert Clark/Paramount motion picture "Glamour Boy") 
5. For The Flag, For The Home, For The Family (For The Future Of All Mankind)
 (George M. Cohan) (Jan 22, 1942)................................................. MARCH 
6. Remember Pearl Harbor (Reid & Kaye) (Dec 29, 1941) ............................ MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3235 
"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: May 19, 1942) 
1. We Must Be Vigilant (Adapted by Joseph A. Burke) (Jan 29, 1942) .............FOX TROT
 (From the 1942 Universal motion picture "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" )
 (Based on the melody of the 1885 F. W. Meacham march "American Patrol") 
2. Blue Tahitian Moon (Alfred Newman) (Feb 21, 1942) ..............................WALTZ
 (From the 1942 20th Century-Fox motion picture "Son Of Fury") 
3. The Boys Will See Us Thru (Nycum & Capano) (Dec 30, 1941) ...................FOX TROT 
4. You Were With Me In The Waltz Of My Dreams (McBride & Carter) (Jan 26, 1942) ...WALTZ 
5. A Tribute To Uncle Sam (Spoerl & Capano) (Sep 16, 1941) ................... FOX TROT 
6. Here's To You MacArthur (Walter Kent) (Mar 9, 1942) ............................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3236 
"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: September 26, 1942) 
1. Johnny Doughboy Found A Rose In Ireland (Goodhart & Twomey) (Mar 16, 1942) ...FOX TROT 
2. Anniversary Waltz (Dubin & Franklin) (Sep 7, 1941) 
3. Somebody Else Is Taking My Place (Howard & Ellsworth) (Nov 1, 1937) ..........FOX TROT 
4. The Waltz Of Memory (Norman & Burger) (Aug 29, 1941) ............................WALTZ 
5. Miss You (Henry H. Tobias) (Jun 1, 1929) .....................................FOX TROT 
6. By The Sleepy Lagoon (Valse Serenade) (Eric Coates) (Nov 10, 1930) ............. WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3237 
"LENGTH of l0-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: September 22, 1943) 
1. You'll Never Know (Harry Warren) (Mar 22, 1943) ............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1943 20th Century-Fox motion picture "Hello Frisco. Hello") 
2. In My Arms (Ted Grouya) (May 5, 1943) ........................................ WALTZ
 (From the 1944 MGM motion picture "See Here Private Hargrove") 
3. Never A Day Goes By (De Rose. Parish & Donaldson) (Feb 19, 1943) ...........FOX TROT 
4. Why Don't My Dreams Come True (Jack Kohn) (Oct 15, 1941) ..................... WALTZ 
5. More Than Anything In The World (Ruth Lowe) (Apr 23, 1943) .................FOX TROT
 (From the 1943 Columbia motion picture "Is Everybody Happy?") 
6. Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin' (Richard Rodgers) (Mar 12, 1943) .................WALTZ
 (From the 1943 Broadway musical comedy "Oklahoma!")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3238 
"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: April 12, 1944) 
1. The Army Air Corps (Robert Crawford) (Oct 17, 1939) ............................MARCH
 "Official song of the United States Army Air Corps" 
2. That's Our Destiny (Cooper & Wiser) (Apr 18, 1942) .............................MARCH 
3. Wings Of Gold (Wyatt & Hewitt) (Nov 16, 1942) ..................................MARCH 
4. Semper Paratus (Francis S. Van Boskerck) (Jul 12, 1938) ........................MARCH
 "Official U.S. Coast Guard march song" 
5. The Woman Of The Year (Ann Ronell) (Sep 8, 1942) ...............................MARCH
 (From the 1942 Broadway musical comedy "Count Me In") 
6. Our Liberty (Bill Eichmann, Jr.) (Apr 8, 1942) .................................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3239 
"LENGTH of 10-piece ROLL" 
(Box label date: August 22, 1944) 
1. First Class Private Mary Brown (Frank Loesser) (Jun 16, 1944) ...............FOX TROT 
2. Web Of Love (Charles L. Johnson) (Jun 30, 1943) ................................WALTZ 
3. Apple Blossoms In The Rain (Lew Pollack) (Apr 22, 1944) .....................FOX TROT
 (From the 1944 RKO motion picture "Seven Days Ashore") 
4. When Our Hearts Were Young And Gay (Ted Grouya) (Jul 21, 1944) .................WALTZ
 (From the 1944 Paramount motion picture "Our Hearts Were Young And Gay") 
5. Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are (Jule Styne) (May 2, 1944) .............FOX TROT
 (From the 1944 RKO motion picture "Step Lively") 
6. We'll Make Them Cry "Uncle" To Uncle Sam (Isidor G. Friedman) (Jun 1, 1944) ....WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3240 
(Final style 125 roll issued by Wurlitzer) 
(Estimated issue date; Early 1945) 
1. My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time (Vic Mizzy) (Aug 29, 1944) ........FOX TROT
 (From the 1944 Universal motion picture "In Society") 
2. Twilight Shadows (Tom Baker) (Dec 22, 1944) ....................................WALTZ 
3. There Goes That Song Again (Jule Styne) (Sep 27, 1944) ......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1944 Columbia motion picture "Carolina Blues") 
4. Pretty Soon (Bobby Worth) (Oct 10, 1944) .......................................WALTZ 
5. The Love I Long For (Vernon Duke) (Sep 29, 1944) ............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1944 Broadway musical play "Sadie Thompson") 
6. Land Of Enchantment, New Mexico (Bernard Maltin) (Nov 19, 1942) ................WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3241 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
 (First shipment date: January 14, 1947; number of rolls issued: 38) 
1. On The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe (Harry Warren) (Jun 19, 1945) ......FOX TROT
 (From the 1946 MGM motion picture "The Harvey Girls") 
2. There Must Be A Way (Gallop, Saxon & Cook) (Mar 15, 1945) ..................... WALTZ 
3. Yankee Boy (James Westaway McCue) (Dec 1, 1946) ................................MARCH 
4. Just A Blue Serge Suit (Irving Berlin) (Aug 30, 1945) ...................... FOX TROT 
5. Some Sunday Morning (Jerome & Heindorf) (Jul 17, 1945) ......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1945 Warner Brothers motion picture "San Antonio") 
6. Our Capitol (Jas. N. Harrington) (Dec 19, 1936) ................................MARCH
 (Copyrighted Feb 6, 1905 by the same composer under the title
 "Our Capitol; March Of Excitement")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3242 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: January 14, 1947; number of rolls issued: 71) 
1. Shoo-Fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy (Guy Wood) (Nov 18, 1945) ...................FOX TROT 
2. Flag Of Victory (La Bandiera Della Vittoria) (Peter Tesio) (Apr 3, 1918) ........MARCH 
3. Sioux City Sue (Dick Thomas) (Nov 28, 1945) ..................................FOX TROT
 (Title song of the 1946 Republic motion picture) 
4. There's Room For One More (Worth & Barbanell) (Jan 15, 1946) .................FOX TROT 
5. Laugtling On The Outside (Crying On The Inside) (Bernie Wayne) (Jan 14, 1946) FOX TROT 
6. West Point Cadets............................................................... MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3243 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: April 14, 1947; number of rolls issued: 51) 
1. I Don't Know Why, I Just Do (Fred E. Ahlert) (Aug 24, 1931) ..................FOX TROT 
2. Clarinet Polka (Jagiello)
 (Adapted from "Dziadunio Polka" by Karol Namyslowski; Copyrighted: Dec 16, 1913) 
3. Do You Love Me? (Harry Ruby) (Jan 3, 1946) ...................................FOX TROT
 (Title song of the 1946 20th Century-Fox motion picture ) 
4. Beautiful Heaven (Cielito Lindo) (Carlo Fernandez) (Jan 26, 1924) .............. WALTZ
 (Adapted from a traditional Mexican folk song) 
5. To Each His Own (Livingston & Evans) (Feb 28, 1946) ..........................FOX TROT
 (Title song of the 1946 Paramount motion picture) 
6. The American Guard, Here They Come (Arthur Bergh) (Jan 8, 1924) .................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3244 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: April 4, 1948; number of rolls issued: 46) 
1. Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo) (Hilliard & Sigman) (Aug 20, 1947) ........FOX TROT
 (From the 1947 Broadway musical revue "Angel In The Wings") 
2. Almost Like Being In Love (Frederick Loewe) (Apr 11, 1947) ...................FOX TROT
 (From the 1947 Broadway musical play "Brigadoon") 
3. If I Fall In Love Again (Gordon Felton) (Aug 8, 1946) ...........................WALTZ 
4. The Stars Will Remember (So Will I) (Pelosi & Towers) (Aug 15, 1947) .........FOX TROT 
5. The Old Lamp-Lighter (Nat Simon) (Aug 8, 1946) ...............................FOX TROT 
6. The Famous First (Carl Dillon) (Jul 8, 1911) ...........................MARCH TWO STEP
 
ROLL NUMBER 3245 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: April 14, 1948; number of rolls issued: 66) 
1. I'll Dance At Your Wedding (Ben Oakland) (Oct 30, 1947) ......................FOX TROT 
2. Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?.(Jule Styne) (Sep 18, 1947) ...................FOX TROT
 (From the 1947 Broadway musical comedy "High Button Shoes") 
3. Now Is The Hour (Haere Ra) (Scott & Stewart) (Jun 27, 1946) .....................WALTZ
 (Maori farewell song) 
4. Too Fat Polka (MacLean & Richardson) (Aug 25, 1947) 
5. Red Moon Over The Valley.........................................................WALTZ 
6. The Line Up (Frank R. Bertram) (Sep 12, 1924) ...................................MARCH 

ROLL NUMBER 3246 
(Roll issued by T .R. T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: April 14, 1949; number of rolls issued: 4O) 
1. Bouquet Of Roses (Nelson & Hilliard) (Jun 1, 1948) ...........................FOX TROT 
2. Tara Talara Tala (Symes & Farrow) (Oct 5, 1948) .................................WALTZ 
3. New Mexico Sunset (Charlie House) (Oct 15, 1947) .............................FOX TROT 
4. The Pussycat Song Nyow! Nyot Nyow! (Dick Manning) (Nov 17, 1948) .............FOX TROT 
5. Manana (Is Soon Enough For Me)  (Lee & Barbour) (Jan 26, 1948) ...............FOX TROT 
6. La Cinquantaine (The Golden Wedding) (Gabriel Marie) (1894) ..................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3247 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: June 15, 1949; number of rolls issued: 34) 
1. Sunflower (Mack David) (Nov 12, 1948) ........................................FOX TROT
 (Official state song of Kansas) 
2. Far Away Places (Whitney & Kramer) (Apr 12, 1948) ...............................WALTZ 
3. Buttons And Bows (Livingston & Evans) (Feb 25, 1948) .........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1948 Paramount motion picture "The Paleface") 
4. My Dream Is Yours (Harry Warren) (Jan 17, 1949) ..............................FOX TROT
 (Title song of the 1949 Warner Brothers motion picture) 
5. Cruising Down The River (Beadell & Tollerton) (Dec 12, 1945) ....................WALTZ 
6. Say Something Sweet To Your Sweetheart (Tepper & Brodsky) (Nov 24, 1948) .....FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3248 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: July 22, 1949; number of rolls issued: 33) 
1. Clarinet Polka (Jagiello)
 (Adapted from "Dziadunio Polka" by Karol Namysiowski; copyrighted: Dec 16, 1913) 
2. Chicken Reel (Joseph M. Daly) (Jun 25, 1910) 
3. Beer Barrel Polka (Brown & Voda) (Mar 30, 1939)
 (From the 1939 Broadway musical comedy "Yokel Boy")
 (Popular Czechoslovakian song titled "Skoda Lasky (Lost Love) ") 
4. Too Fat Polka (MacLean & Richardson) (Aug 25, 1947) 
5. The High School Cadets (John Philip Sousa) (1890) ..............................MARCH 
6. Down The Line (Joseph J. Casasanta) (Nov 20, 1926) .............................MARCH
 (Theme song of Notre Dame University)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3249 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: April 20, 1950; number of rolls issued: 46) 
1. Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) (Carl Sigman) (Apr 15, 1949) ......FOX TROT 
2. I Never See Maggie Alone (Everett Lynton) (Mar 2, 1926) ......................FOX TROT 
3. Hop-Scotch Polka (Scotch Hot) (Whitlock, Sigman & Rayburn) (Jul 29, 1949) 
4. Red River Valley (traditional) ...............................................FOX TROT 
5. Whispering Hope (Alice Hawthorne) (1868) ........................................WALTZ 
6. I've Got A Love 1y Bunch Of Cocoanuts (Fred Heatherton) (Dec 13, 1948) .......FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3250 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: August 28, 1950; number of rolls issued: 42) 
1. Someone Like You (Harry Warren) (Jan 28, 1949) ...............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1949 Warner Brothers motion picture "My Dream Is Yours") 
2. Music! Music! Music! (Put Another Nickel In) (Weiss & Baum) (Jan 16, 1950) ...FOX TROT 
3. The Blue Skirt Waltz (Sukynka) (Vaclav Blaha) (Feb 2, 1944)
 (Later versions copyrighted as "Sukynka Valcik (The 5kirt Waltz)") (Czechoslovakian song) 
4. If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked A Cake
 (Hoffman. Merrill & Watts) (Jan 1, 1950) .......................................FOX TROT 
5. Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy (Stone & Stapp) (Jan 11, 1950) ...................FOX TROT 
6. Barnum And Bailey's Favorite March (K. L. King) (Apr 21, 1913)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3251 
(Roll issued by T. R. T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: June 21, 1951; number of rolls issued: 25) 
1. A Bushel And A Peck (Frank Loesser) (Sep 15, 1950) ...........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1950 Broadway musical comedy "Guys And Dolls") 
2. Tennessee Waltz (Stewart & King) (Feb 26, 1948) (Official state song of Tennessee) 
3. Tonda Wanda Hoy (Jerry Livingston) (Sep 19, 1950) ............................FOX TROT
 (From the 1950 Paramount motion picture "At War With The Army") 
4. Beautiful Brown Eyes (Smith & Delmare) (Sep 13, 1951) ...........................WALTZ
 (Copyright application states tune previously registered in 1943
 but no record of registration found) 
5. The Thing (Charles R. Grean) (Nov 16, 1950) ..................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1951 Republic motion picture "The Wild Blue Yonder") 
6. The Old Piano Roll Blues (Cy Coben) (Feb 14, 1950) ...........................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3252 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: March 1, 1952; number of rolls issued: 21) 
1. Good Morning Mr. Echo (Putnam & Putnam) (Jul 10, 1951) .......................FOX TROT 
2. Too Young (Sid Lippman) (Jan 1, 1951) ........................................FOX TROT 
3. Let Me In (Bob Merrill) (Feb 7, 1951) ...........................................WALTZ 
4. Metro Polka (Evans & Vaughn) (Feb 20, 1951) 
5. Petite Waltz (La Petite Valse) (Joe Heyne) (Feb 28, 1950) 
6. Old Soldiers Never Die (Tom Glazer) (Apr 30, 1951) ..............................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3253 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: April 4, 1952; number of rolls issued: 47) 
1. Come What May (Vaughn Horton) (Jan 18, 1952) .................................FOX TROT 
2. Charmaine (Erno Rapee) (Dec 29, 1926) ...........................................WALTZ
 (Love theme for the 1917 Fox silent motion picture "What Price Glory")
 (Composed in Hungary in 1913) 
3. Slow Poke (Pee Wee King) (Mar 19, 1951) ......................................FOX TROT 
4. Shrimp Boats A Comin' (There's Dancin' Tonight) (Howard & Weston) (Oct 29, 1951) WALTZ 
5. Cry (Churchman Kohlman) (Oct 31, 1951) .......................................FOX TROT 
6. Down Yonder (L. Wolfe Gilbert) (Mar 5, 1921) .................................FOX TROT
 (Interpolated in the 1920 Broadway revue "Tip Top")

ROLL NUMBER 3254 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: February 9, 1953; number of rolls issued: 26) 
1. Look Ahead, Neighbor (Alberta Nichols) (Sep 4, 1952) .........................FOX TROT 
2. Takes Two To Tango (Hoffman & Manning) (Aug 15, 1952) ........................FOX TROT 
3. The Old Carousel (Carolyn Howard) (Jan 8, 1951) .................................WALTZ 
4. Jambalaya (On The Bayou) (Hank Williams) (Jul 28, 1952) ......................FOX TROT 
5. Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart (Eberhard Storch) (Mar 1, 1949) ...................FOX TROT 
6. Baruska-Polka (Louis Vitak) (Feb 19, 1927)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3255 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: February 9, 1954; number of rolls issued: 37) 
1. Organ Grinder's Swing (Will Hudson) (Jun 22, 1936) ...........................FOX TROT 
2. Keep It A Secret (Jessie Mae Robinson) (Nov 10, 1952) ...........................WALTZ 
3. Tennessee Wig Walk (Larry Coleman) (Feb 1, 1952) .............................FOX TROT 
4. How Much Is That Doggie In The Window? (Bob Merrill) (Jan 27, 1953) .............WALTZ
 (Unpublished as The Doggie In The Window": Sep 25, 1952) 
5. Glow-Worm (Gluhwurmchen) (Paul Lincke) (Apr 30, 1902) ........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1907 Broadway musical comedy "The Girl Behind The Counter") 
6. Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes (Slim Willet) (Oct 22, 1952) ...............WALTZ
 
ROLL NUMBER 3256 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: May 25, 1955; number of rolls issued: 23) 
1. The Happy Wanderer (Val-De Ri, Val-De Ra)(Friedrich W. Moeller)(Jan 29, 1954) FOX TROT 
2. True Love Goes On And On (Adler & Ross) (Apr 6, 1954) ...........................WALTZ 
3. A Girl! A Girl! (Zoom Ba Di Alli Nella)
 (Benjamen. Weiss & Bandini) (Mar 15, 1954) .....................................FOX TROT 
4. Three Coins In The Fountain (Jule Styne) (Mar 19, 1954) ......................FOX TROT
 (Title song of the 1954 20th Century-Fox motion picture) 
5. Answer Me, My Love (Winkler & Rauch) (Nov 16, 1953) .............................WALTZ 
6. Crazy 'Bout Ya, Baby (Rudi Maugeri) (May 18, 1954) ...........................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3257 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: May 20, 1955; number of rolls issued: 14) 
1. Hearts Of stone (Rudolph Jackson) (Nov 15, 1954) .............................FOX TROT
2. Down In Villa Capri (Florence Mercur) (Jun 13, 1955) ............................WALTZ
 (From the 1955 Burton motion picture "Murder In Villa Capri") 
3. This Ole House (Stuart Hamblen) (Aug 11, 1954) ...............................FOX TROT 
4. I Can't Tell A Waltz From A Tango (Hoffman & Manning) (Aug 30, 1954) .........FOX TROT 
5. Backward, Turn Backward (O Time In Your Flight) (David Coleman) (Apr 12, 1954) ..WALTZ 
6. Don't Let The Kiddygeddin (Skylar, Dickinson & Ackers) (Sep 2, 1954) .........FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3258 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: November 3, 1955; number of rolls issued: 19) 
1. Michigan Bank Roll (Cogane. Sanford & Mysels) (Feb 27, 1956) .................FOX TROT 
2. Melody Of Love (H. Engelmann) (Jan 16, 1903) ....................................WALTZ 
3. Ballad Of Davy Crockett (Gearge Bruns) (Jan 20, 1955) ........................FOX TROT
 (From the 1955 Disneyland television production "Davy Crockett At The Alamo") 
4. A Blossom Fell (Barnes. Cornelius & John) (Aug 26, 1954) .....................FOX TROT 
5. A Rusty Old Halo (Bob Merrill) (Mar 9, 1955) ....................................WALTZ 
6. Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White
 (Cerisier Rose Et Pommier Blanc) (Louiguy) (Jan 22, 1951) ......................FOX TROT
 (From the 1955 RKO Radio Pictures motion picture "Underwater!")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3259 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: June 27, 1956; number of rolls issued: 22) 
1. Hot Diggity, Dog Ziggity Boom (Hoffman & Manning) (Feb 28, 1956) ...............WALTZ
 (Adapted from Chabrier's "Espana" (Spanish Rhapsody) of 1884) 
2. I'll Be Home (Washington & Lewis) (Jan 20, 1956) ........................... FOX TROT 
3. Little Child; Daddy Dear (The Little Boy And The Old Man)
 (Wayne Shanklin)  (Jan 18, 1956) .................................................WALTZ 
4. Band Of Gold (Jack Taylor) (Oct 28, 1955) ...................................FOX TROT 
5. Go On With The Wedding (Korb, Purvis & Yakus) (Dec 19, 1955) ...................WALTZ 
6. 11th Hour Melody (Cedric King Palmer) (Feb 17, 1956) ........................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3260 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: July 17, 1957; number of rolls issued: 25) 
1. Lay Down Your Arms (Gerhard & Land) (Aug 23, 1956) ..........................FOX TROT
 (Original Swedish title: "Ann-Caroline") 
2. Hold 'Em Joe (Harry Thomas) (Feb 11, 1954) ..................................FOX TROT
 (From the 1953 Broadway revue "John Murray Anderson's Almanac") 
3. A Tear Fell (Burton & Randolph) (Mar 1, 1956) ..................................WALTZ 
4. The Banana Boat Song (Darling, Carey & Arkin) (Dec 20, 1956) ................FOX TROT 
5. Hey! Jealous Lover (Cahn, Twomey & Walker) (May 10, 1956) ...FOX TROT 
6. The Wayward Wind (Newman & Lebowsky) (Mar 29, 1956) .........................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3261 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: October 3, 1958; number of rolls issued: 15) 
1. Secretly (Hoffman, Manning & Markwell) (Mar 31, 1958) ...................... FOX TROT 
2. The Little Blue Man (Klein & Ebb) (Feb 24, 1958) ...............................WALTZ 
3. Sail Along, Silv'ry Moon (Percy Wenrich) (Nov 8, 1937) ......................FOX TROT 
4. Sugartime (Phillips & Echols) (Dec 17, 1957) ................................FOX TROT
 (Unpublished: Apr 25, 1956 and Sep 18, 1957) 
5. Colonel Bogey (Kenneth J. Alford) (Mar 5, 1914) ................................MARCH 
6. Oh, Oh, I'm Falling In Love Again (Hoffman, Manning & Markwell) (Feb 7, 1958)FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3262 
"MARCH ROLL" 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: July 15, 1959; number of rolls issued: 3) 
1. Yankee Boy (James Westaway McCue) (Dec 1, 1946) .................................MARCH 
2. Our Capitol (Jas. N. Harrington) (Dec 19, 1936) .................................MARCH
 (Copyrighted Feb 6, 1905 by the same composer under the title
 "Our Capitol; March Of Excitement") 
3. West Point Cadets ...............................................................MARCH 
4. The American Guard, Here They Come (Arthur Bergh) (Jan 8, 1924) .................MARCH 
5. The Famous First (Carl Dillon) (Jul 8, 1911) ...........................MARCH TWO STEP 
6. The Line Up (Frank R. Bertram) (Sep 12, 1924) ...................................MARCH
 
ROLL NUMBER 3263 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: July 1, 1959; number of rolls issued: 11) 
1. Gotta Travel On (Clayton, Ehrlich, Lazar & Six) (Dec 31, 1958) ...............FOX TROT 
2. Red River Rose (Johnny Reine) (Jan 1, 1958) ..................................FOX TROT 
3. The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) (Ross Bagdasarian) (Oct 31, 1958) ...WALTZ 
4. Gee, But It's Lonely! (Phil Everly) (Sep 15, 1958) ...........................FOX TROT 
5. The Hawaiian Wedding Song (Ke Kali Nei Au) (Charles E. King) (Jan 24, 1958) ..FOX TROT
 (Tune from King's Book Of Hawaiian Melodies by
 Charles Edward King copyrighted: Jan 20, 1926) 
6. The Children's Marching Song (Nick, Nack, Paddy Whack)
 (M. Arnold Miller) (Jan 13, 1959) .................................................MARCH
 (From the 1958 20th Century-Fox motion picture "The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness")
 
ROLL NUMBER 3264 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(First shipment date: January 27, 1960; number of rolls issued: 7) 
1. Enchanted (Buck Ram) (Feb 20, 1959) ..........................................FOX TROT
2. Bobby Sox To Stockings (Faith, Kehner & di Cicco) (Jun 5, 1959) ...............BEQUlNE 
3. Here Comes Summer (Jeny Keller) (Jul 28, 1959) ...............................FOX TROT 
4. On An Evening In Roma (S. Taccani) (Jun 8, 1959)............................. FOX TROT 
5. Forty Miles Of Bad Ropad (Eddyy & Casey) (Jun 30, 1959) ......................FOX TROT 
6. The Battle Of New Orleans (Jimmy Driftwood) (Oct 25, 1957) ...................FOX TROT
 
ROLL NUMBER 3265 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturirg Co.) 
(First shipment date: May 6, 1960; number of rolls issued: 6) 
1. Delaware (Irvirg Gardon) (Jan 13, 1960) ......................................FOX TROT 
2. Teen Angel (Surrey & Surrey) (Nov 12, 1959) ..................................FOX TROT 
3. El Paso (Marty Robbins) (May 29, 1959) ..........................................WALTZ 
4. Down By The Station (Larson & Belland) (Jan 25, 1960) ........................FOX TROT 
5. Not One Minute Mare (RobertSon, Dinnirg & Blair) (Nov 19, 1959) ..............FOX TROT 
6. Independentia March (R. B. Hall) (Feb 21, 1895)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3266 
"CHRISTMAS ROLL" 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturirg Co.) 
(Estimated issue date: Late 1960) 
1. It came Upon The Midnight Clear (Richard Storrs Willis) (1850) 
2. O Little Town Of Bethlehem (Lewis Henry Redner) (1868) 
3. Jingle Bells (James S. Pierpont) (1857) 
4. Silent Night, Holy Night (Franz Gruber) (Dec 24, 1818) 
5. Away In A Manger (James Ramsey Murray) (1887) 
6. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Felix Mendelssohn) (Jun 24, 1840)
 
ROLL NUMBER 3267 
(Roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
(Estimated issue date: Mid-1961) 
1. The Sailor (Loretta Pearl Jackson) (Sep 2, 1958) .............................FOX TROT 
2. You're Sixteen, You're Beautiful And You're Mine
 (Sherman & Sherman) (Oct 13, 1960) .............................................FOX TROT 
3. Down The River Of Golden Dreams (Klenner & Shilkret) (Feb 6, 1930) ..............WALTZ 
4. Poetry In Motion (Kaufman & Anthony) (Oct 26, 1960) ..........................FOX TROT 
5. North To Alaska (Mike Phillips) (Dec 21, 1960) ...............................FOX TROT
 (Title Song of the 1960 20th Century-Fox motion picture) 
6. Happy Go Lucky Me (AI Byron) (Jun 6, 1960) ...................................FOX TROT

ROLL NUMBER 3268 
(Estimated T.R.T. issue date: Late 1962) 
1. I Can't Stop Loving You (Don Gibson) (Feb 7, 1958) ...........................FOX TROT 
2. Blue Water Line (Graf & Seligson) (Feb 24, 1962) .............................FOX TROT 
3. Mother Waltz (Frank Wojnarowski) (Mar 15, 1962) .................................WALTZ 
4. Ramblin' Rose (Joe Sherman) (Aug 6, 1962) ....................................FOX TROT 
5. The Alley Cat Song (Frank Bjorn) (Sep 21, 1962) ..............................FOX TROT 
6. Things (Bobby Darin) (Jul 5 1962) ............................................FOX TROT 
 
ROLL NUMBER 3269 
"Polish Roll" (Estimated T.R.T. issue date: 1964) 
1. Sophia ..........................................................................POLKA 
2. Hosia Siusia ....................................................................POLKA 
3. One More Waltz (From the 1930 MGM motion picture "Love In The Rough")
 (Jimmy McHugh) (Jul 11, 1930) .....................................................WALTZ 
4. Let Us Be Gay (Sam H. Stept) (Sep 15, 1934) .....................................POLKA 
5. Sztajerek Oberek (Arr. A. Omelczuk) (May 1, 1925) ...............................WALTZ 
6. Our Kosciuszko ..................................................................MARCH 
 
ROLL NUMBER 3270 
(Estimated T.R.T. issue date: 1965) 
1. Zulu Stamp (Inspired by the 1964 Diamond/Embassy Pictures Corp. film "Zulu")
 (John Barry) (Jun 16, 1964) ....................................................FOX TROT 
2. Jingle Jangle Jingle (From the 1942 Paramount motion picture "The Forest Rangers") 
(Joseph J. Lilley) (May 26, 1942) ...............................................FOX TROT 
3. Silver Bells (From the 1951 Paramount motion picture "The Lemon Drop Kid") 
(Livingston & Evans) (Sep 25, 1950) ................................................WALTZ 
4. Two Sleepy People (From the 1938 Paramount motion picture "Thanks For The Memory")
 (Hoagy Carmichael) (Sep 29, 1938) ..............................................FOX TROT 
5. Louise (From the 1929 Paramount motion picture "Innocents Of Paris")
 (Richard A. Whiting) (Mar 22, 1929) ............................................FOX TROT 
6. Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song) 
(From the 1950 Walt Disney/RKO motion picture "Cinderella")
 (David, Hoffman & Livingston) (Nov 14, 1949) ...................................FOX TROT 
 
ROLL NUMBER 3271 
(Final style 125 roll issued by T.R.T. Manufacturing Co.) 
1. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down (Friend & Franklin) (May 14, 1937) .............FOX TROT 
2. Aura Lee (George R. Poulton) (1861) ..........................................FOX TROT
 (Same tune as "Love Me Tender") 
3. Down The Field (Stanleigh P. Friedman) (Sep 21, 1911) ...........................MARCH
 (Fight song of Yale University) 
4. Good-Night Harvard (D. S. Moore) (Nov 11, 1913) ............................. FOX TROT 
5. Bei Mir Bisti Shein (Sholom Secunda) (Sep 25, 1933) ..........................FOX TROT
 (Introduced in the 1932 New York Yiddish musical
 "I Would If I Could" under the title "Bei Mir Bistu Shein") 
6. The Navy's Air Corp March