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Title: Al Thal Papers

Dates:  1939-1973

Collection Number: Mss 10241

Quantity: 5.25 ft.

Abstract: Consists of scrapbooks, family histories, taped interviews, sheet music, and photos, chiefly relating to the Jewish community in North Dakota; together with records (1916-1917) of Agoodas Achim Jewish Congregation, Dickinson, N.D.

Provenance: Al Thal donated this collection to the State Historical Society of North Dakota in 1977-1978.

Copyrights:  Copyrights to materials in this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs.  Researcher should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94‑553, Title 17 U.S. Code and an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.

Access
:  This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.

Citation:
  Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection name, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

Related Collections:
MSS 10157 North Dakota Oral History Collection - interview with Alfred A. Thal 0689B

BOX / FOLDER INVENTORY

Box 1:
1 Dickinson Jewish Congregation: Various receipts from Agoodas Achim Congregation;
letters and notes; Warranty deed; loans.
2 Thal family tree; Correspondence: Dewald, Hirsh, Levy.
3 Music programs, mostly "Civic Music Association"         1939-1968
Some programs have autographs of the artists.
4 Music programs
5 Music Programs
6 Music Programs
7 Music Programs/raffle tickets
8 Book: Great Symphonies, by Sigmund Spaeth, 1936
9 Sheet music                   
10 Sheet music                 
11 CSUN-Cal State University                     
12 Northridge. Program: Gary Gibbs is grandson to Al Thal. Dec. 1973     

Box 2:
1  "H" file-historical project B'nai B'rith council support and planning for historical project.
2 Two handwritten poems by Martha Thal          
3 History by Martha Thal submitted to Readers' Digest, not published.
4 Max Schwartz' memoirs                           
5 Newspaper clipping                    
6 Photos-Greenberg graves                       
7 "History of ND Jewish Community" by Rabbi Papermaster

Oral history interviews

Cassette 1:
Interview with Alfred A. Thal at his home in Bismarck, ND, June 19, 1972. Present: Frank Vyzralek and Liess Vantine, State Historical Society of ND. Covers Mr. Thal’s knowledge of Jewish agricultural communities in North Dakota.

Cassette 2:
Interview with Ben Marcovitz of Bismarck at the home of Alfred A. Thal July 20, 1972. Present: Alfred A. Thal and Liess Vantine. Marcovitz emigrated as a child along with his family from Romania and subsequently grew up in the Jewish agricultural settlement near Wing, ND

Cassette 3:
Interview with Joe Dokovna at his home in Los Angeles, CA December 20, 1972. Present Al Thal. Formerly of Mercer. Family were early settlers in Wing Colony. Father and mother born near Odessa, South Russia. Joe Dolovna born Russia 1903. Came to US with Mother in 1906. Father came in 1905.   Joe Dokovna married Mabel Rigler. She was a sister-in-law to Al Thal.

Cassette 4:
Interview with Abraham Averbach at the home of Milton Stanley, Los Angeles, Ca December 27, 1972. Present: Al Thal. Formerly of Wishek and Garrison, father and mother born in Russia in early 1860. Father came to US in 1890. Abraham Averbach was born in 1882 in Russia. Lived in NYC. Came to North Dakota ca. 1903. Homesteaded three miles from Ashley in 1905. Lived there two years and then started a store in Ashley. He left the area in 1916. Abraham Auerbach-brother to Pauline Auerbach Greenberg.
Nalhan Auerbach-son of Israel Auerbach of Ashley. Israel Auerbach family homesteaded in the Ashley area.

Cassette 5:
Interview with Joseph Bender at his home in St. Louis Park, MN May 24, 1973. Present: Al Thal
Born in 1888 in Odessa, Russia. His father and mother came to the US in 1905. His father wanted to be a farmer. They came to Ashley ND. He had been a grain buyer. Joseph, his father, and sister homesteaded.

Cassette 6:
Interview with Joseph Miller at the Shalom Residence, a Jewish senior citizen’s home in St. Paul MN May 25, 1973. He was 86 years old. His father came to the US in 1907-1908. Joseph and his mother came to the US in 1911. He worked 5 years in NYC as a cigar maker and a year and a half in Pittsburg as a peddler. He went to Ashley, ND because his sister was there.

Cassette 7:
Interview with Max Goldberg at his home in Fargo, ND May 28, 1973, Present: Al Thal
Born near Brest-Litvosh, Poland. His father was born there in 1872 and his mother in Warsaw in 1874. His father was a blacksmith and came to the US in 1900.

Cassette 8:
Interview with Joe Paper, Fargo ND May 28, 1973

Cassette 9:
Interview with Mrs. Greenberg in Ashley ND December 13, 1973. Interview with Mrs. Lily Dennis in Los Angeles CA December 13, 1973. She was formerly of Wing ND.

Cassette 10:
Interview with Joe Bender at his home in St. Louis Park MN May 28, 1974

Cassette 11:
Interview with Dona Aronson, Fargo ND May 31, 1974

Cassettes 12 A & B:
Interview with Herman Stern, Valley City ND June 1, 1974

Cassette 13:
Interview with Max Schwartz, Minneapolis MN January 7, 1975

Cassette 14:
Interview with Mrs. Frieda Marcowitz and Mrs. Julia Lewis, Mandan ND.   Mrs. Frieda Marcowitz and Julia Lewis were Orachs whose parents were homesteaders.

Cassette 15:
Some conclusion and a summary

Box 3:
1 Loose items found at beginning of dark green scrapbook          

Box 4:
Red scrapbook                 

Box 5:
SHEET MUSIC
1              Our Fighting Chaplain, The Great Western War March, as played by North Dakota's Million Dollar Band, by Herbert G. Markley, published by Stone Piano Company, Fargo, ND, 1918.
M.W. Daniels, opus 5, Two Duets for Soprano and Alto, Love, the Fair Day, O Love, How Green the World. Texts from Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam as translated by Richlard Le Gallienne. Boston: the Boston Music Company. 1917 by G. Schirmer, Jr.
Little Sunshine, by Frank C. Huston, Indinanapolis, IN.  L.E. Maynard, Bismarck, ND. 1919. (2 copies)
Easy Marches, Holday March. Dia de Fiesta-Marcha. 1898 McKinley Music Co., Chicago.
Piano Compositions by French Composers. Idilio (Idyl), 1904 by Carl Fischer, New York.
Farewell Blues, by Elmer Schoebel-Paul Mares and Leon               Rappolo. 1923 by Jack Mills Inc., New York.
Goin' Home Blues, 1924 by Robbins-Engel Inc. New York.
Who'll Take the Place of the Song Bird Now Gone?, 1923 American Music Pub. Co., New York.
When Winter Comes (Spring is Not So Far Behind), Harry Carroll-publisher, Chicago, 1922.
The Original Boogie Woogie, King of the Rhythm Novelties, Melrose Music Corp., New York, 1939.
In My Arms, Saunders Publications, Hollywood, CA. 1943.
 2             One Dozen Roses, Famous Music Corporation, New York, 1942.
Sunday, Monday or Always, Mayfair Music Corp., New York. 1953.
Mad About Him, Sad Without Him, How Can I Be Glad Without Him, Leeds Music Corporation, New York, 1952.
And That Ain't All, Al. Piantadosi & Co. Inc., New York, 1929.
When Dixie Stars Are Playing Peek-a-Boo, Jack Nelson Music Co., New York, 1924.
I Aint'-en Got-en No Time To Have the Blues, 1919, Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co., New York.
Baby Blue Eyes, 1922, Richmond-Robbins Inc., New York.
The Rosary, 1898, G. Schirmer, Jr.
Blue, 1922, Stark & Cowan Inc., New York
Melody Rose, 1924, McClure Music Co., St. Paul, MN.
'Taint Nobody's Biz-ness if I Do, 1922, Clarence Williams                 Pub. Co. Inc., New York.
Traum Durch Die Dämmerung, (Dream in the Twilight), 1897, Jos. Aibl Verlag.
In Einem Tosengärtelein (Within a Garden Rosery), 1894, Heinrichshofen's Verlag.
3              Hawaiian Breezes, 1917, J. A. MacMeekan, San Francisco, CA.
Don't Go in the Water Daughter, 1908, the Cohan and Harris Publishing Co., NY.
A Good Man is Hard to Find, 1918, Pace & Handy Music Co., NY.
Sweetheart Mine, 1916, Maurice Richmond Music Co. Inc., NY.
Eli, Eli, 1919, J. J. Kammen & Co., NY
Down in Jungle Town, 1908, F.B. Haviland Pub. Co. Inc., NY
Dear Old Pal of Mine, 1918, G. Ricordi & Co. Inc., NY
Tres Moutarde (Too Much Mustard), 1911, Cary & Co., NY
Tom Browns Trilling Tune, 1916, Buck & Lowney, NY
That Mysterious Rag, 1911, Ted Snyder Co., NY
Rose of the Rancho, 1908, Barron & Thompson Co., NY
Caroline, I'm Coming Back to You, 1916, D.W. Cooper.
4              Ciribiribin, The Eclipse Pub. Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1909
Romanze, C. G. Roder, Leipzig. nd
Humoreske, B. F. Wood Music Co., nd
I Mind Me Th'Mornin', 1914, John Franklin Music Co., NY
Second Hungarian Rhapsody, 1914, Theodore Lohr, NY
April Morn, Boosey & Co., NY, 1901.
So Robin Sang, Boosey & Co., NY 1901.
Who'll Buy My Lavender?, Boosey & Co., NY. 1896
Stories Told in Tone, Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago. 1920
Boy Scout Pieces, Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago, 1923.
Cradle Song, 1894, Clayton F. Summy.
5     Lonesome Mamma Blues, 1922, J.W. Jenkins Sons' Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Kiss Me Goodnight, J.W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., 1924, Kansas City, MO.
Lady of My Cigarette, 1924, Phil Ponce Publications, NY
Sweet Lovin' Mama Please Come Back to Me, 1923, Philip Ponce Publications, NY.
The Pine Tree, 1904, G. Schirmer
O del mio dolce ardor, 1904, G. Schirmer.
When the Boys Come Home, 1917, G. Schirmer, NY.
La Cascade, G. Schirmer, NY.
Intermezzo Orientale, Oliver Ditson Co., 1903.
Poupee Valsante (Waltzing Doll), 1904, Oliver Ditson Co., Boston.
A Dream, 1895, Oliver Ditson Co., Boston.
Perles De Madrid, Oliver Ditson Co., Boston, nd
Mazourka Di Ballet, 1908, Theo. Presser, Philadelphia.
Smoke Dreams, 1942, Theo. Presser Co., Philadelphia.
Kol Nidre, 1913, G. Schenker & Son, NY (2 copies)
Hatik Voh. Dort Wu Die Zeder, Zion Songs-Popular Hebrew National Songs, S. Schenker, NY, nd.
Eli, Eli, Lomo Asavtoni, S. Schenker,1911, NY.
6              The Fairy Wedding, Century Music Publishing Co., NY, nd.
Les Deux Alouettes, Century Music Publishing Co., NY, nd
Die Lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow), 1908, Century Music Pub. Co., NY, nd.
Grace, Century Music Publishing Co., NY, nd.
Grande Marche de Concert, 1909, Century Music Publishing Co., NY, nd.
I Gave Her That, 1919, by T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, NY.
Swanee, 1919, by T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, NY.
Gathered Flowers, Bromo-Seltzer Edition of 171 Popular Selections, nd.
Lullaby from 'Ermine', Bromo-Seltzer Edition of 171 Popular Selections, nd.
Juanita, A Spanish Ballad, Bromo-Seltzer Edition of 171 Popular Selections, nd.
Home, Sweet Home, Bromo-Seltzer Edition of 171 Popular Selections, nd.
'Guard the Flag'March, Bromo-Seltzer Edition of 171 Popular Selections, nd. Indianola, 1917, Jos. W. Stern & Co, NY.
Blues (My Naughtie Sweetie Gives to Me, 1919, Jos. W. Stern & Co., NY.
The Man I Love, 1923, Sherwood Music Co., NY.
Your Goodnight Kiss, 1923, Sherwood Music Co., NY.
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows, 1918, McCarthy & Fisher Inc., NY.
Wee Wee Marie (Will You Do this For Me), 1918, McCarthy & Fisher Inc.
Abram (I am your Wife and Not Your Servant Girl), 1916, "Kendis" Music Publ Co., Inc., NY.
He Likes Their Jukulele, 1915, "Kendis" Music Pub. Co., Inc., NY.
Pussyfoot, 1916, Frank K. Root & Co., Chicago, NY.
You Can Have it, I Don't Want It, 1917, Williams & Piron Co., Chicago, NY.
Just Because You Won My Heart, 1916, Frank K. Root & Co., Chicago, NY.
At the Shim-me-sha-Wabbler's Ball, 1918, Frank K. Root & Co., Chicago, NY.
Oh! How She Can Dance, 1919, Chas. K. Harris, New York, Chicago, Toronto.
Ev'rybody Shimmies Now, 1918, Chas. K. Harris, New York, Chicago, Toronto.
7              The Girl You Can't Forget, 1916, Will Rossiter, Chicago.
Thinking of You Night and Day, 1914, Will Rossiter, Chicago.
You Can't Expect Kisses From Me, 1911, Will Rossiter       Chicago.
The Story Book Ball, 1917, Will Rossiter, Chicago.
You Took All I Had, 1916, Will Rossiter, Chicago.
You're Such a Beautiful Girl, 1916, Bickhart-Brzinsky Music Pub. Co., Minneapolis, MN.
Sentimental Mary, 1916, Bickhart-Brzinsky Music Pub. Co., Minneapolis, MN.
Panama Bay, 1916, Bickhart-Brzinsky Music Pub. Co., Minneapolis, MN.
Heart-Broken Rose, 1924, A. J. Stasny Music Co. Inc., NY.
There Must Be Somebody Else, 1924, A.J . Stasny Music Co.         Inc., NY.
Pretty Kitty Kelly, 1920, A. J. Stasny Music Co., NY
My Gal (She Has Some Wonderful Ways), 1919, A. J. Stasny Music Co., NY.
When Yankee Doodle Learns to Parlez Vous Francais, 1917, A. J. Stasny Music Co., NY.
Auf Wiedersehn, 1916, A.J. Stasny Music Co., NY
"Chicago" That Toddling Town, 1922, Fred Fisher, Inc., NY
My Honey's Lovin' Arms, 1922, Fred Fisher Inc., NY
I'm Getting So Now I Don't Care, 1922, Triangle Music Pub. Co., NY
Right or Wrong, 1921, Triangle Music Pub. Co., NY
Hand Painted Doll, 1922, Triangle Music Pub. Co., NY
The Sneak!, 1922, Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco, CA.
Cover Me With Kisses, 1923, Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco, CA.
Ozark Blues, 1923, Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco, CA
While the Incense is Burning (I Dream of You), 1917, Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco, CA.
8              The Alcoholic Blues, 1919, Broadway Music Corporation, NY.
Sweet Kisses That Came in the Night, 1919, Broadway Music Corporation, NY.
Wejiten l'cho, 1909, Theodore Lohr, NY
Avreimale, 1905, Theodore Lohr, NY.
Because, 1902, Chappell & Co., Ltd., NY
Rose in the Bud, 1907, Chappell & Co. Ltd., NY
Heatherland, 1908, J.B. Cramer & Co. Ltd., NY
A May Morning, 1894, Chappell & Co., NY
"Marion" (You'll Soon Be Marryin' Me), 1920, Joe Morris Music Co., NY
Won't You Come Back to Me, 1918, Joe Morris Music Co., NY
"Dream Daddy", 1923, Joe Morris Music Co., NY
There's a Service Flag Flying At Our House, 1917, Joe Morris Music Co., NY
America, Here's My Boy, 1917, Joe Morris Music Co., NY
I'd Give Heaven and Earth For You, 1916, Joe Morris Music Co., NY
In the Sweet Long Ago, 1916, Joe Morris Music Co., NY
Pretty Little Rainbow, 1919, Joe Morris Music Co., NY
What'll We Do With Him Boys? (The Yanks Made a Monkey Out                 of You), 1918, Joe Morris Music Co., NY
 9             Shine, 1924, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., NY
Liberty Bell (It's Time to Ring Again), 1917, Shapiro,          Bernstein & Co. Inc. NY
Collegiate Blues, 1925, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., NY
The Old Soft Shoe, 1951, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., NY
Wagon Wheels, 1934, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., NY
Rose of Washington Square, 1920, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.         Inc., NY
Gee! But I Hate To Go Home Alone, 1922, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., NY
Georgette, 1922, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., NY
I Ain't Nobody's Darling, 1921, Skidmore Music Co. Inc., NY
One Day In June (It Might Have Been You), 1917, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., NY
I'm a Regular Daughter of Uncle Sam, 1927, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., NY
Wildflower, 1908, Maurice Shapiro, NY
Romany, 1915, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., NY
Ireland's Loss Was Heaven's Gain, 1917, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., NY
Down at the Huskin' Bee, 1917, Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc. NY
I Hate to Lose You, 1918, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., NY
10           He Shall Give His Angels Charge, 1918, Huntzinger & Dilworth, NY.
Jahrzeit (In Memoriam), 1919, Huntzinger & Dilworth, NY
That Naughty Waltz, 1919, Belwin Inc., NY/1919 Forster Music Pub. Inc., Chicago.
Somehow I'm Always to Blame, 1923, Forster Music Publisher Inc., Chicago.       
Are You Lonely?, 1923, Forster Music Publisher Inc., Chicago.
Under the Stars To-night, 1913, Forster Music Publisher, Chicago.
Come on Papa, 1918, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., NY
I'll Be in My Dixie Home Again To-Morrow, 1922, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., NY.
I'll Be Happy When the Preacher Makes You Mine, 1919, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder, NY.
Take Me to the Land of Jazz, 1919, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., NY.
A Smile Will Go a Long Way, 1923, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., NY
Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning, 1918, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., NY
A Smile Will Go a Long Long Way, 1923, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., NY
I've Got a Song for Sale (That My Sweetie Turned Down), 1923, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., NY
My Sweetie, 1917, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., NY
I Want a Daddy Who Will Rock Me to Sleep, 1919, M. Witmark & Sons, NY
I've Got The "Shimmee" Blues, 1919, M. Witmark & Sons, NY
Kentucky Blues (I've Got the Blues for my Kentucky Home), 1921, M. Witmarck & Sons, NY
Midnight Rose, 1923, M. Witmark & Sons, NY
Lilah, Sugar Baby of Mine, 1921, M. Witmark & Sons, NY
Bo-La-Bo, 1919, M. Witmark & Sons, NY
Gypsy Blues, 1921, M. Witmark & Sons, NY
Fate. It Was Fate When I First Met You, 1923, M. Witmark & Sons, NY
11          Crooning, 1921, M. Witmark & Sons, NY
Becky From Babylon, 1920, M. Witmark & Sons, NY
Angel Child, 1922, M. Witmark & Sons, NY
The Desert Song, 1926, Harms Inc., NY
That Certain Party, 1925, Irving Berlin Inc., NY
Homesick, 1922, Irving Berlin Inc., NY
After You Get What You Want You Don't Want It, 1920, Irving Berlin Inc., NY
You'd Be Surprised, nd, Irving Berlin Inc., NY. Missing pages 1 & 2.
God Bless America, 1939, Irving Berlin Inc., NY
Don't Bring Me Posies (It's the Shoesies That I Need), 1921, Irving Berlin Inc., NY
You Know You Belong To Somebody Else (So Why Don't You Leave Me Alone), 1922, Irving Berlin Inc., NY
Down Among the Sleepy Hills of Ten-Ten-Tennessee, 1923, Irving Berlin Inc., NY
They Were All Out of Step But Jim, 1928, Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., NY
 12          It's The Smart Little Feller Who Stocked Up His Cellar (That's Getting the Beautiful Girls), 1920, Leo. Feist Inc., NY
Everything is Peaches Down in Georgia, 1928, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Take Me Back to That Rose Covered Shack, 1928, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Daa Dee Dum!, 1919, Leo Feist Inc. NY
My Belgian Rose, 1928, Leo Feist Inc. NY
Hawaiian Lullaby, 1919, Leo Feist Inc. NY
There's A Lot of Blue-Eyed Mary's Down in Maryland, 1919, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Friends, 1919, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Ja-Da, 1918, Leo Feist Inc., NY
At the High Brown Babies' Ball, 1919, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Heart-breaking Baby Doll, 1919, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Johnny's In Town, 1919, Leo Feist Inc., NY
I Love You Je T'aime!, 1923, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Carolina Mammy, 1922, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Easy Melody, 1923, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Underneath Hawaiian Skies, 1920, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Stumbling, 1922, Leo Feist Inc., NY
The Wang Wang Blues, 1921, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Alice Blue Gown, 1919, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Let's Talk About My Sweetie, 1926, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Blue Hoosier Blues, 1923, Leo Feist Inc., NY
When the Leaves Come Tumbling Down, 1922, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Hot Lips, 1922, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Over There!, 1927, Leo Feist Inc., NY
L-O-V-E Spells Trouble to Me, 1908, Leo Feist Inc., NY
If He Can Fight Like He Can Love, Good Night Germany!, 1908, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Dancing the Blues Away, 1914, Leo Feist Inc., NY
Good-bye Broadway, Hello France!, 1917, Leo Feist Inc. NY
I Don't Want to Get Well, 1917, Leo Feist Inc., NY
 13          Till We Meet Again, lower half of cover missing.
Souvenir Blues, 1919, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Ain't We Got Fun, 1921, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Carolina in the Morning, 1922, Jerome H. Remick & Co. NY
I'll Say She Does, 1918, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Sweet Indiana Home, 1922, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
My Buddy, 1922, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
I'll Bring a Rose, 1920, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Out of the East, 1918, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Follow the Swallow, 1924, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Welcome Honey to Your Old Plantation Home, 1916, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Just Like a Gipsy, 1919, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
I'm Through (Shedding Tears Over You), 1922, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Tell Me Why, 1919, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Hiawatha's Melody of Love, 1920, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Smiles, 1917, Lee S. Roberts, Chicago.
Venetian Moon, 1919, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Suppose Nobody Cared, 1923, Jerome H. Remick & Co. NY
Me and the Boy Friend, 1924, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Nobody Lied (When They Said That I Cried Over You), 1922, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Beside a Babbling Brook, 1923, Jerome H. Remick & Co, NY
Whose Pretty Baby  Are You Now?, 1926, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
Polaire, 1910, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
The Merry Widow, 1907, Chappell & Co., NY
Sahara (We'll Soon Be Dry Like You), 1919, Jerome H. Remick & Co., NY
 14          The Star-Spangled Banner, 1935, Bach Music Co., Boston.
Rock-a-bye, 1035, Bach Music Co., Boston
The Beautiful Blue Danube, 1936, Bach Music Co., Boston.
Amaryllis, 1936, Bach Music Co. Boston
Processional March, 1936, Bach Music Co., Boston
Mnucho wesimcho!, 1907, Hebrew Publishing Co., NY
Hatikvoh (the Hope), Hebrew Publishing Co., NY
Hatikvoh. Dort Wu Die Zeder, 1921, Hebrew Publishing Co., NY
Das Pintele Yud, 1909, Hebrew Publishing Co., NY

Box 6:
Cookbook
chemistry lab book 1944
Sunday Magazine of the Minneapolis Journal Oct. 6, 1912
Folder: sheet music
NBC Music Appreciation Hour 1937-1938
Student's notebook
instructor's manual
NBC Music Appreciation Hour 1938-1939
Student's Notebook
Instructor's manual
The Etude-Presser's Musical Magazine:
Jan. 1914; Mar., Apr. 1916; Dec. 1917; Feb., Oct., Nov., Dec., 1918; Jan., Feb., Mar., Apr., May., June, July, Aug.(2), Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec., 1919; Jan., Feb., Apr., May, June, July, Aug., Sept. 1920; May, Sept., 1921.

Box 7:
Music:
Hebrew Publishing Co., New York 3
Carl Richter (Bach Music Co.) Boston 5
Jerome H. Remick and Co., New York-Detroit 24
Leo Feist Inc., New York 29
Irving Berlin Inc., New York 9
Witmark and Sons, New York 12
Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder Co., New York 9
Forster Music Publisher, Chicago 4
R.L. Huntzinger Inc., New York 2
Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York 15
Joe Morris Music Co., New York 4
Chappell & Co., New York 4
Theodore Lohr, New York 2
Broadway Music Corp., New York 2
Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco 4
Triangle Music Publishing Co., New York 3
Fred Fisher Inc., New York 2
A.J. Stasny Music Co. Inc., New York 6
Birkhart & Brzinsky, Minneapolis 3
Will Rossiter, Chicago 5
Chas. K. Harris, NY-Chicago-Toronto 2
Frank K. Root & Co., Chicago-New York
Kendis, New York 2
McCarthy & Fisher Inc., New York 2
Sherwood Music Co., New York 2
Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York 2
Bromo-Seltzer, Emerson Drug Co., Baltimore, MD 5
T.B. Harms, New York 2
Century Music Pub. Co., New York 5
S. Schenker, New York 3
Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia 2
Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia 4
G. Schirmer, Boston 4
Phil Ponce Pub., New York 2
J.W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., Kansas City 2
Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago 3
Boosey & Co., New York 2
Stone Piano Co., Fargo, ND 1
Miscellaneous 41
Total: 238 pieces

Operatic Anthology, New York: G. Schirmer Inc., 1903
Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol. 205, Edvard Grieg, First Orchestra Suite from the music to Peer Gynt, New York: G. Schirmer Inc., 1899
Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol. 783, Franz Liszt, Liszt Les Preludes, New York: G. Schirmer Inc., 1903
Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol. 1091, Emil Behnke & Charles W. Pearce, Thirty Voice Training Exercises, New York: G. Schirmer Inc., 1908
Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol. 692, Adolf Jensen, Wanderbilder (Scenes of Travel), New York: G. Schirmer Inc., 1902
Rabindranath Tagore & John Alden Carpenter, Gitanjali (Song Offerings), New York: G. Schirmer Inc., 1914
Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol. 76-81, Henry Panutka, Twenty-Four Vocalises, New York: G. Schirmer Inc., 1900.
Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, Vol. 925, C.L. Hanon, The Virtuoso Pianist in Sixty Exercises, New York: G. Schirmer Inc., 1900
Bernard Wagness, Fourteen Sketches in Style for Young Artists, Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson Co., 1934
Bernard Wagness, Piano Course-Book Three, Philadelphia: Oliver Ditson Co., 1939
Louise Robyn, Technic Tales-Book Two; Boston, New York: Oliver Ditson Co. 1930
Louise Robyn, Technic Tales-Book One, Boston: Oliver Ditson Co Inc., 1927
Mary Bacon Mason, First Classics and Foundation Harmony; Boston, New York: Oliver Ditson Co. Inc., 1932
Louise Robyn, The Music Education Series-The Robyn-Gurlitt; Boston, New York: Oliver Ditson Co. Inc., 1933
The Ditson Dollar Music Series, Soprano and Alto Duets, Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1901
Couperin, Second Book for the Piano Student, Boston: The Bach Music Co., 1925
Clayton Curwen's Juvenile Happy Days, Boston: Bach Music Co., 1925
Hugo Ruysch, Bird Songs for Little Folks, Boston: Bach Music co., 1925
Couperin, Second Book for the Piano Student, Boston: The Bach Music Co., 1934
Couperin, First Lessons for the Piano Student, Boston: The Bach Music Co., 1927
Carl Richter, Merry Christmas Music for Young Pianists to Play and Sing, Boston: Bach Music Co., 1937
Carl Richter, Musical Journey's-Transcriptions for the Pianoforte, Boston: Bach Music Co., 1934
School and Home Marches for the Pianoforte for all Occasions, Philadelphia: Theo. Presser Co., 1909
William M. Felton, Play with Pleasure an Album for the Grown-up Piano Student, Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Inc., 1938
N. Louise Wright, The Very First Pieces Played on the Keyboard, Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Co., 1927
The Oxford Piano Course for Class and Individual Instruction, New York: Carl Fischer Inc., 1927
Otto Langey's New and Revised Edition of Celebrated Tutors, New York: Carl Fischer Inc., 1891
L. Margueritte House, My Music Book-Book Two, Minneapolis: Paul A Schmitt Music Co., 1940
L. Margueritte House, My Music Book, Minneapolis: Paul A. Schmitt Co., 1937
Dorothy Gaynor Blake, First Steps in the Use of the Pedal, Cincinnati: The Willis Music Co., 1925
John Thompson, Keyboard Attacks, Cincinnati: The Willis Music Co., 1931
Bernard Wagness & William B. Coburn, The One Four Five Piano Book, Chicago: Rubank Inc., 1940
Frederick Wm Schlieder, The Fundamentals, New York: Fr. Frederick William Schlieder, 1934
Piano Pieces for the Adult Student, New York: AMSCO Music Sales Co., 1934
Art Schefte, Schefte's Rapid Course in Modern Piano Playing, Chicago: Forster Music Pub. Inc., 1929
Ze Confrey's Modern Course in Novelty Piano Playing, New York: Jack Mills Inc., 1923
Bach-Short Preludes and Fuges, Boston, New York: The B.F. Wood Music Co., 1903
No covers, G. Schirmer, 1910
Fred O. Griffen, Foundation to Band Playing, Kansas City, MO: Jenkins Music Co., 1927
No cover, Detroit, New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
Bernard Wangess Piano Course-Book Four, New York: Harold Flammer Inc., 1940
John M. Williams' Graded Sight-Reading Course in Four Books, Boston: The Boston Music Co., 1927
No Cover, Mary Brown Mason
No covers; Oskaloosa, IA: C.L. Barnhouse, 1923
No covers
No covers, Choice Irish Songs, Boston, New York, Chicago: White-Smith Music Pub. Co., 1892
Hill-Billy Hits No. 1, New York: Peer International Corp., 1950
No Covers, Songs of Sun and Shade, New York: Boosey & Co., 1911
Eddy Duchin's Pianostyles, New York: Remick Music Corp., 1937
No covers, Obbligato-Songs, New York: G. Schirmer, 1905
Neils W. Gade, Der Kinder Christabend (Children's Christmas Eve), Boston, New York: The B.F. Wood Music Co., 1906
R. Nathaniel Dett, In the Bottoms, Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., 1913
John R. THompson's Modern Course for the Piano, Cincinnati: The Willis Music Co., 1937
Carleton L. Colby, Lee Sims Piano Method (Jazz), Chicago: Modern Standard Music Co., 1928
Bernard Wagness, Original Classics, New York: Harold Flammer Inc., 1940
Stanford King, Swing Out! Modern Transcriptions of Old Favorites, New York: Harold Flammer Pub. Inc., 1943
Theo. Presser, Beginner's Book, School for the Pianoforte, Philadelphia: Theo Presser Co., 1912
Songs for America, New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1941
Songs of England, New York: Boosey & Co., nd
Piano Pieces the Whole World Plays, New York, London: D. Appleton-Century Co., 1915
The Laurel Music Series, The Laurel Song Book, Boston: C.C. Birchard & Co., 1915

Box 8:
Music:
Jeannette D. Thal (Bach Music Co.) 5
Carl Richter (Bach Music Co.) 21
Bach Music Co., Boston, MA  9
Calumet Music Co., Chicago, IL 11
G. Schirmer, New York-Boston 3
Leo Feist, Inc., New York 14
T.B. Harms Co., New York 4
Irving Berlin Inc., New York 4
Famous Music Corp., New York 3
Boston Music Co., Boston MA 2
Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia 3
Ted Browne Music Co., Chicago 2
Moderne' Publications, Chicago 2
De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc.. New York 3
Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., New York 3
Robbins Music Corp., New York 4
Broadway Music Corp., New York 3
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York 5
Remick Music Corp., New York 3
Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia 2
Miscellaneous 23
Total: 129 pieces

Treasure Chest Community Songster, Treasure Chest Publications Inc., New York, NY, 1936
Treasure Chest of Gems for Piano, Treasure Chest Publications Inc., New York, NY 1936
Treasure Chest of Piano Tricks, Imitations and Novelties, Treasure Chest Publications Inc., New York, NY 1937
Treasure Chest of Darn Fool Ditties, Treasure Chest Publications Inc., New York, NY 1936
Treasure Chest of Homespun Songs, Treasure Chest Publications Inc., New York, NY 1935
Treasure Chest of Dances Old and New, Treasure Chest Publications Inc., New York, NY 1937
Treasure Chest of Songs Never Forgotten, Treasure Chest Publications Inc., New York, NY 1937
Treasure Chest of Children's Songs and Games, Treasure Chest Publications Inc., New York, NY, 1935
Treasure Chest of Cowboy Songs, New York: Treasure Chest Publications Inc., 1935
Treasure Chest of World Wide Songs, New York: Treasure Chest Publications Inc., 1936
Mary Nancy Graham, Fifty Songs for Boys and Girls, Racine, WI: Whitman Publishing Co., 1935
The Golden Book of Favorite Songs, Chicago: Hall & McCreary Co., 1915
Favorite Songs, Chicago: Hall & McCreary Co., 1923
Songs of the Show Boat, General Foods Corp., 1935
Swanee River Album of Stephen Foster's Immortal Songs, New York: ABC Music Corp., nd
Thirty-Two Tried and Tested Piano Teaching Pieces, Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., nd
Paul Yoder's Band Book, Chicago: The Raymond A. Hoffman Co., 1936
Liza Lehmann, Bird Songs, New York: Boosey & Co., 1907
John Thompson, Keyboard Attacks, Cincinnati: The Willis Music Co., 1931
John F. Victor, The Victor Method of Class Instruction for Band and Orchestra, New York, Cincinnati, Abilene, Texas: Victor Publishing Co. Inc., 1933
Maurice F. Carr, An Exercise Book In Musical Theory, Minneapolis: Paul A. Schmitt Music Co., 1937
Prof. Gustav Laneau, Intermediate Studies for the Piano Student, Boston: Bach Music Co., 1935
Louise Robyn & Howard Hanks, The Robyn Harmony-Book Two, Boston: Oliver Ditson Inc., 1936
Robert J. Ring, The Little Hanon, Chicago: Clayton F. Summy Co., 1922
Feist Dance Folio No. 8, New York: Leo Feist inc., 1924
Carl Czerny, 40 Daily Exercises for the Pianoforte, Boston, New York: The B.F. Wood Music Co., nd
Paolo Gallico, Piano Duets-Vol 1, New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1914
Popular Songs No. 1, New York: Leo Feist Inc., ND
Magazine of Popular Songs, Vol. V, No. 12, Los Angeles: Popular Songs Publishing Co., 1928
December
Missing cover, Philadelphia: Theo Presser Co.
Missing cover, Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics
Missing cover

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