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Sheet music for vocal arrangement of march and two-step "Motor King" (Harry Frantzen/Jack Drislane), 1910 - David Machaiek Sheet Music Collection

Framed sheet music for song "Motor King: A vocal arrangement of this famous march and two-step", 1910. Words by Jack Drislane, music by Harry Frantzen. Cover shows airborne pusher biplane, racing or pacing powerboat, automobile, and motorcycle below it. As of 09/06/2016, full digitized version available at http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/. See also 2010G1088.02, 2015.1602.03.

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Sheet music: "Lady Lindy (We're All For You)", dedicated to Amelia Earhart, 1928 - Lang Collection

1928 sheet music for song "Lady Lindy (We're All For You)"; lyrics by Henry M. Neely, music by Harold Levey. Published by M. Witmark & Sons, New York City. "Sheet music for voice, piano, and ukelele from Victor Herbert's Three Greatest Song Successes. Dedicated to Miss Amelia Earhart." Cover shows B&W photo of Earhart in flying garb, with a seaplane over the ocean as background. "Art Perkins" stamped on cover.

Image of Sheet music: Dill Pickles rag, 1906 - Lang Collection

Sheet music: Dill Pickles rag, 1906 - Lang Collection

Sheet music for "Dill Pickles", a two-step rag, 1906.

Image of "A Hundred Years From Now", 1914 - Lang Collection

"A Hundred Years From Now", 1914 - Lang Collection

Sheet music for "A Hundred Years From Now", 1914. Second of two copies (see also 2007G1276). Piano vocal [instrumentation] Every one to day is going crazy every one to day is going mad [first line] I wonder what kind of a life they'll lead a hundred years from now? [first line of chorus] B flat major [key] Marcia [tempo] Popular song [form/genre] Man looking into the future; photo: Tom Linden [illustration] Starmer [engraver] Publisher's advertisement on back cover [note]

Image of Sheet music for song "Josette" (sung by Florence Hill), 1904. - Lang Collection

Sheet music for song "Josette" (sung by Florence Hill), 1904. - Lang Collection

Sheet music for song "Josette" (sung by Florence Hill), 1904. The cover features an image of a woman in an open carriage that is half-filled with shopping boxes, and a photo of singer Florence Hill. See also 1999G1023.9.

Image of Sheet music for "Motor King: A vocal arrangement of this famous march and two-step" (Henry Frantzen/Jack Dislane), 1910 - Lang Collection

Sheet music for "Motor King: A vocal arrangement of this famous march and two-step" (Henry Frantzen/Jack Dislane), 1910 - Lang Collection

Sheet music for "Motor King: A vocal arrangement of this famous march and two-step", 1910. Words by Jack Drislane, music by Harry Frantzen. Cover shows airborne pusher biplane, racing or pacing powerboat, automobile, and motorcycle below it. As of 09/06/2016, full digitized version available at http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/. See also 1999G1023.8, 2015.1602.03.

Image of "Give Me A Spin in Your Mitchell, Bill", 1909 - Lang Collection

"Give Me A Spin in Your Mitchell, Bill", 1909 - Lang Collection

Sheet music: "Give Me A Spin In Your Mitchell, Bill". Published 1909 by The Music House of Laemmle in Chicago. Composition of strophic with chorus with voice and piano instrumentation. Author: C. P. McDonald (lyricist); J. W. Gilson (composer). [verse 1] Billy Maloney loved Maggie Mahoney, A sqeezable, pleasable pearl, Maggie was sighable, quite glorifiable, And a most eyeable girl. Nightly she'd meet him brightly she'd greet him And smile in her cute little way. He'd say, "Shall we go, dear, and take in the show, dear?" And she'd answer, "No dear,"and say: [chorus] Give me a spin in your Mitchell, Bill, My goodness gracious! I can't keep still, Buzz me along on the bo

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Newpaper insert featuring music for George M. Cohan's "When Lindy Comes Home" - Aviation

Special insert to the New York American, 06/13/1927. 11"x17". It introduces George M. Cohan's song "When Lindy Comes Home" ("Written in honor of the Aerial Triumph of Charles A. Lindbergh"), with a "note" from Cohan to William Randolph Hearst, explaining that "This little ditty, written and composed for The New York American, is my contribution to the Welcome Home Reception of the REAL YANKEE DOODLE DANDY, CHARLES A. LINDBERGH." Below it are two cartouches, one featuring a photograph of Cohan, the other featuring a photograph of Lindbergh; below these is an explanation of why Cohan wrote this song. The two-page interior spread features most of the sheet music for the song, as well as

Image of Sheet music: "Motor King" march and two-step (Henry Frantzen), 1910 - Lang Collection

Sheet music: "Motor King" march and two-step (Henry Frantzen), 1910 - Lang Collection

Sheet music, 1910: "Motor King" march and two-step. From front cover: By Henry Frantzen, Composer of "College Life", "Society Swing", etc. Published by F.B. Haviland Publishing Company. Back cover features samples of music for "Society Swing; Characteristic March & Two-Step", also by Henry Frantzen, and "Theodore Morse's New Barn Dance for Piano: Introducing his famous song successes - Won't You Be My Honey and I've Taken Quite a Fancy to You". See also 1999G1023.8, 2010G1088.02. Lyrics: Verse 1 They talk of things in the line of kings, there's a king that beats them all They don't come too large or small, for he's there on ev'ry call, He sets the pace in a motor race in th