Large Format

This is music typically from before 1920 (although
some examples of large format sheets from later dates
do exist) and is approximately 10" by 13" in size with up
to 1/2" to 1"  size variations in either direction.
LF00001  A Girl at the Helm  from the musical by Mort H. Singer, book & lyrics
by Robert B. Smith, music by Raymond Hubbell,
hard to find,  1908.  F  20.00
LF00002  Play That Barber Shop Chord  featured by Bert Williams, words by
Wm. Tracey, music by Lewis F. Muir,  1910.  F  5.00
LF00003  Alma  from Joe Weber's musical 'Alma Where do You Live?', English
version by Geo. V. Hobart, music by Jean Briquet,  1910.  F  8.00
LF00004  When I Woke up this Morning  Madame Sherry's new song hit,  written
by Jimmie V. Monaco, introduced by Elizabeth Murray,  1911.  G  6.00
LF00005  You Can't Expect Kisses from Me  photo of Carita Day, words by
Roger Lewis, music by Rubey Cowan,  1911.  G  8.00
LF00006  Take Me Back to the Garden of Love  dedication to Miss Mabel
McKinley,  words by E. Ray Goetz, music by Nat Osborne,  1911.  F  12.00
LF00007  Gee, I Like the Music with My Meals  words by Seymour Brown,
music by Nat. D. Ayer,  as sung by William Burress,
hard to find,  1911.  F  20.00
LF00008  I'm the Guy  'Comic Song'  ravings by Rube Goldberg, noise by Bert
spine has separated,  1912.  G  23.00
LF00009  Oh! What a Beautiful Dream (You Seem)  words by Dave Oppenheim,
music by Joe Cooper,
hard to find,  spine has separated,  1912.  F  20.00
LF00010  I Never Heard of Anybody Dying from a Kiss (Did You?)  words by
Andrew Sterling, music by Harry von Tilzer,
hard to find,  1913.  F  20.00
LF00011  Floating Down the River (Cause it's Moonlight now in Dixie)  
intoduced by Curtis & Wright, by Roger Lewis & James White,  1913.  G  13.00  
LF00012  Dimples  written for and sung by Miss Irene Franklin, words by Edward
Madden, music by P. Wenrich,
spine has separated, hard to find, 1913.  F  20.00  
LF00013  Melinda's Wedding Day  'That New Idea Rag Hit'  words by Joe
McCarthy & Joe Goodwin, music by Al. Piantadosi,  1913.  G  8.00
LF00014  I'm Crying Just for You  words by Joe McCarthy, music by James V.
Monaco,  1913.  G  5.00
LF00015  The Good Ship Mary Ann  photo of the Griswold Trio,  words by Gus
Kahn, music by Grace Le Boy,  1914.  F  12.00
LF00016  In My Dream of You  A. M. Woods presents 'The Crinoline Girl' with
Julian Eltinge, music by Percy Wenrich,
hard to find,  1914.  F  20.00  
LF00017  Mary, You're a Little Bit Old-Fashioned  words by Marion Sunshine,
music by Henry I. Marshall, sung by Cross & Josephine,  1914.  F  5.00
LF00018  There's a Little Spark of Love Still Burning  introduced by Miss Kitty
Gordon, lyric by Joe McCarthy, music by Fred Fischer,  1914.  F  8.00
LF00019  The Small Town Sweetheart of a Small Town Girl  lyric by Gus Kahn,
music by Richard Whiting,
spine has separated, hard to find,  1914.  G  40.00    
LF00020  When You're a Long, Long Way From Home  words by Sam. M.
Lewis, music by Geo. W. Meyer,  1914.  F  12.00
LF00021  When I Discovered You  from the musical comedy 'Watch Your Step',
lyrics and music by Irving Berlin, book by Harry B. Smith,  1914.  F  20.00
LF00022  Back to the Carolina You Love  photo of Val Harris & Jack Manion,
words by Grant Clarke, music by Jean Schwartz,  1914.  G  5.00
LF00023  Some Sort of Somebody  from the musical 'Very Good Eddie', book by
Philip Bartholomae & Guy Bolton, words by Herbert Reynolds,  1915.  G  8.00    
LF00024  In Blinky Winky Chinky Chinatown  words by Wm. Jerome, music by
Jean Schwartz,  'writers of Chinatown My Chinatown',  1915.  F  5.00
LF00025  My Little Girl  words by Sam M. Lewis & Will Dillon, music by Albert
von Tilzer,
spine has separated,  1915.  G  8.00
LF00026  Hello, Frisco!  from F. Ziegfeld Jr.'s 'Ziegfeld Follies 1915', lyrics by
Gene Buck, music by Louis A. Hirsch,  1915.  G  16.00
LF00027  I'm Looking for Some-one's Heart  Winter Garden's prod. of 'Maid in
America', by Harold Atteridge & S. Romberg,
hard to find,  1915.  F  20.00  
LF00028  I'm a Lonesome Melody  photo of Claire Rochester, words by Joe
Young, music by Geo. W. Meyer,  1915.  G  8.00
LF00029  Virginia Lee  words by Jeff. Branen, music by Arthur Lange,  1915
G  8.00
LF00030  We'll Have a Jubilee in My Old Kentucky Home  photo of Kitty
Keeten, lyrics by Coleman Goetz, music by Walter Donaldson,  1915.  F  8.00
LF00031  The Magic Melody  F. Ray Comstock presents 'Nobody Home', book by
Guv Bolton, music by Jerome Kern,  1915.  G  5.00
LF00032  Hong Kong  'The Chinese Love Song', words by Richard W. Pascoe,
music by Hans Von Holstein & Alma M. Sanders,  1917.  G  8.00
LF00033  Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula  introduced by Al Jolson, by E. Ray Goetz,
Joe Young & Pete Wendling,  1916.  F  12.00
LF00034  She is the Sunshine of Virginia  words by Ballard MacDonald, music
by Harry Carroll,  1916.  G  8.00
LF00035  My Dreamy China Lady  lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Egbert Van
Alstyne,  1916.  G  8.00
LF00036  Put on Your Slippers and Fill up Your Pipe (You're not Going Bye-Bye
Tonight)  by Ed P. Moran & Will A. Heelan,
hard to find,  1916.  G  20.00
LF00037  It's a Cute Little Way of My Own  starring Anna Held in 'Follow Me',
lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Harry Tierney,
hard to find,  1916.  G  20.00
LF00038  I Can Dance with Everybody but My Wife introduced by Joseph
Cawthorn, words and music by John L. Golden,  1915.  F  8.00   
LF00039  Poor Butterfly  from 'The Big Show' at the Hippodrome,  staged by R.
H. Burnside, lyrics by John L. Golden, music by Raymond Hubbell,  1916.  F  8.00
LF00040  I've Got Everything I Want but You  sung by Marion Sunshine in
'When Claudia Smiles', music by Henry I. Marshall,  1913.  F  8.00
LF00041  When Those Sweet Hawaiian Babies Roll Their Eyes  photo of Tom
Nip, words by Edgar Leslie, music by Harry Ruby,  1917.  F  8.00  
LF00042  Joan of Arc They are Calling You  words by Alfred Bryan & Willie
Weston, music by Jack Wells,  1917.  G  8.00
LF00043  Long Boy  WWI,  words by William Herschell, music by Barclay
Walker, scenery by Gaar Williams,  1917.  G  18.00
LF00044  Hawaiian Butterfly  photo of Florence Timponi, words by George A.
Little, music by Billy Baskette & Joseph Santly,  1917.  G  8.00
LF00045  Sweet Emalina, My Gal  by Creamer & Layton,  1917.  F  8.00
LF00046  Hello Central! Give Me No Man's Land  WWI,  photo of Harry
Cooper, by Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young & Jean Schwartz,  1918.  F  12.00
LF00047  When We Meet in the Sweet Bye and Bye  WWI,  words and music by
Stanley Murphy,  1918.  G  8.00
LF00048  That Soothing Serenade was Just Written for Me  photo of May
Allison & Niles Welch,  by Harry de Costa,  1918.  G  8.00
LF00049  Good Bye America  from the 'Great Lakes Revue'  WWI,  written by
David M. Wolff, music by James O'Keefe, U.S.N.
hard to find,  1918.  G  20.00  
LF00050  In the Summertime  words by Harry Williams, music by Albert
hard to find,  1911.  G  20.00  
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