List title; "Successful songs in Arthur Dunn's musical comedy The little joker, book by Herbert Hall Winslow, musical numbers by James O'Dea and Anna Caldwell"--Cover; "Music by Anna Caldwell, words by Arthur Gillespie and James O'Dea"--Caption; Plate number: 4912; The back cover a publisher's advertisement with excerpt of refrain for Dearie, by Clare Kummer; The color represented in the digital image may differ significantly from the original and may not contain annotations. For annotation information, please contact Music Services.
Back cover includes advertisements and musical excerpts for various works, including;"When the Sun Sinks in the Golden West", "When the Golden Corn is Waving, Dora Dear, and May Irwin's "Don't Argify".
Second page is a musical excerpt from song "Wedding Bells" by J. Fred Helf and Robt F. Roden; back cover is a musical excerpt from the song "If You've Won the Only One" by J. Fred Helf and Ed Gardenier; first page includes a dedication to Vetter's professor Mr. B. Walters
"The great telephone song featured in The Latin Quarter; Words by Wm. Mahoney, music by Alfred Solman"--Cover; Plate number: 6181-4; On back cover: excerpt and advertisement for If I had a thousand lives to live, baritone/alto in C (Alfred Solman/Sylvester Maguire)
"Words by James O'Dea, music by Anna Caldwell, writers of 'By the light of the honeymoon'"--Cover; "Clara Belle Jerome, of the Frank Daniel's company in Charles Dillingham's production of the musical farce 'Sergeant Brue'"--Cover; Inside cover is blank; Plate number: 4903; Inside back cover advertisement contains 6 excerpts for "'Musical bits' from the works of Otto & John Heinzman"; Outside back cover an advertisement with excerpt of the refrain for "Little Girl, You'll Do"; The color represented in the digital image may differ significantly from the original and may not contain annotations. For annotation information, please contact Music Services.