Claude Casey Collection

Series I: Scores


 

 

A. Manuscripts

Box/Folder Contents
1/NF Arnold-Fowler-Hall. That’s How Much I Love You. RCA Vic 20-1948 A. The lyrics are printed.
1/NF Boyd, Bill. UARSOUIANA. (RCA 21-0071). *See Don’t Call Me Sweetheart Anymore (Philips).
1/NF Campbell, Cecil. Tear Drops.
1/NF Carlisle, Cliff, and Sid Prosen. You Can’t Erase a Memory.
1/NF Carson, Jenny Lou. I Wish I had Kissed You Goodbye.
1/NF Casey, Claude. Don’t Turn Me Down.
1/NF _____. Hottest Little Baby in Town. 2 copies. *One copy on same page as Let Me Hear You Say “I Love You”.
1/NF _____. I’ll Always Love You. 2 copies. *One copy on same page as You’re Still My Sweetheart (Casey) and It Doesn’t Matter (N.A.).
1/NF _____. Lonesome as Can Be.
1/NF _____. Long Lonesome Road. No lyrics on manuscript.
1/NF _____. Road Weary Hobo.
1/NF _____. When I First Met You. The lyrics are printed. Bluebird Record No. 8730-B.
1/NF _____. Won’t You Please Believe in Me.
1/NF _____. You’re Not a Drop in the Bucket to Me. The lyrics are printed. Sept. 23rd -47. 2 copies.
1/NF _____. You’re Still My Sweetheart. 2 copies. *See I’ll Always Love You (Casey) for one copy.
1/NF Casey, Claude, and Mel Foree. I’ve Learned My Lesson Too Late. The lyrics are printed.
1/NF _____. Look in the Looking Glass. The lyrics are printed.
1/NF Casey, Claude, Al Dahle, and Guy Langley. You Were Cryin’ on My Shoulder.
1/NF Casey, Claude, Al Dahle, and Ednagene Reames. Big Blue Eyes Behave.
1/NF Casey, Claude, Al Dahle, and J. Ring. (My) Pretty Mountain Baby.
1/NF Casey, Claude, Al Dahle, and Elmer Wickham. Anyway You Didn’t Love Me No How (No-Ways).
1/NF _____. A Smile Always Follows a Tear.
1/NF Casey, Claude, Arizona Mulligan, and Al Dahle. Mississippi River (Roll Back Where You Belong).
1/NF Cassell, Pete. Just a Message to the One I Love. Copyright May 1, 1939.
1/NF Dahle, Al, and Claude Casey. Raindrop Serenade.
1/NF Dexter-Paris. It’s Up to You. Columbia 37062. Lyrics are typed.
1/NF Foree, Mel, and Dave Durham. I Was Never in You Heart. The lyrics are printed.
1/NF Griffin, Rex. I’m Crying Inside. The lyrics are printed.
1/NF Penny. Somebody. Okay and Peer.
1/NF Philips-Douglas. Don’t Call Me Sweetheart Anymore (Vic 47-2962). *On same page as Head of the House (N.A.) and UARSOULANA (Boyd).
1/NF Smith, Arthur Q. Tears on Her Bridal Bouquet.
1/NF Spencer, Tim. Room Full of Roses.
1/NF Stout, Clarence, and Claude Casey. You Can’t Right the Wrong You Did to Me.
1/NF Tubb, Ernest, and Bond. Tomorrow Never Comes. (Decca).
1/NF Wakely, Porter, Table Porter. You Can’t Break the Chains of Love. Decca # 6109. The lyrics are printed. 2 copies.
1/NF Young, “Gib,” (Music), words by Claude Casey. Six Years here in Prison.
1/NF No Author. Don’t Cry on My Shoulder.
1/NF _____. Head of the House. *See Don’t Call Me Sweetheart Anymore (Philips).
1/NF _____. It Doesn’t Matter. *See I’ll Always Love You (Casey).
1/NF _____. Let Me Hear You Say “I Love You”. *See Hottest Little Baby in Town (Casey).
1/NF _____. My Memory Lane.
1/NF _____. A Soldier’s Letter. 1st Violin.
1/NF _____. A Soldier’s Letter. 2d Violin.
1/NF _____. A Soldier’s Letter. 3d Violin.
1/NF _____. They Took the Stars Out of Heaven. 1st Violin.
1/NF _____. They Took the Stars Out of Heaven. 2d Violin.
1/NF _____. They Took the Stars Out of Heaven. 3d Violin.
1/NF _____. Things that Might Have Been.
1/NF _____. When I First Met You.
1/NF _____. When Mother Grows Old. No lyrics are found in this manuscript.
1/NF There are three additional untitled manuscripts.

 

B. Printed Sheet Music (By Claude Casey)

1/NF Casey, Claude. I Wish I’d Never Met You. New York: Peer International Co., 1946. *On same sheet as My Little Tootsie. 13 copies.
1/NF _____. My Little Tootsie. New York: Peer International Co., 1946. *On same sheet as I Wish I’d Never Met You. 13 copies.
1/NF Casey, Claude, and Mel Foree. Days are Long, Nights are Lonely. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1946. 2 copies.
1/NF _____. Journey’s End. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1946. 9 copies.
1/NF Casey, Claude, Mel Foree, and Harold Hensley. I’ll Be Satisfied. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1947. 7 copies.
1/NF Casey, Claude, and Troy L. Martin. God Bless You, Little Darling. Chicago: Country Music, 1944. 2 copies.
1/NF _____. Little Soldier. Chicago: Country Music, 1943. 2 copies.
1/NF Casey, Claude, and J. W. Pitts. Let Me Hear You Say “I Love You”. New York: Peer International Co., 1949. 34 copies.
1/NF Foree, Mel, and Claude Casey. Look in the Looking Glass (At You). Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1947. 2 copies.
1/NF _____. Send Me the Pillow You Dream On. Country Sound. N.p.: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp., n.d. 2 copies. One copy has manuscript sketch of song.
1/NF Shelhamer, Jr., Ben, Claude Casey, and Don White. White Roses. Chicago: Country Music Publishers, 1947.
1/NF Smith, Arthur, and Claude Casey (music by); Mank, Chaw, and Waldo O’Neal (words by). Time Will Erase all Your Tears. Staunton, Illinois: Chaw Mank’s “Blue Ribbon” Music Co., 1944. 2 copies.

 

C. Songbooks (By Claude Casey)

1/NF Claude Casey’s Caravan of Songs. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1947.

 

D. Sheet Music (By Other Artists)

2/NF Allen, Steve. Let’s Go to Church (Next Sunday Morning). [N.p.]: Beechwood Music Corp., 1950.
2/NF Anglin, Jack, Jim Anglin, and Johnnie Wright. A Smile on My Lips (And An Ache in My Heart). Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1950.
2/NF _____. I Can’t Tell My Heart That. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1950.
2/NF Anglin, Jack, Johnnie Wright, and Jim Anglin. Ashes of Love. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951. 2 copies.
2/NF Arlen, Harold (music). Rose, Billy, and E. Y. Harburg (words). It’s Only a Paper Moon. [N. p]: Harms, Inc., 1933.
2/NF Arnold, Eddy, Hal Horton, and Tommy Dilbeck. I’ll Hold You in My Heart (Till I can Hold You in My Arms). Chicago: Adams, Vee & Abbott, Inc., 1947.
2/NF Ashlock, Jesse. My Life’s Been a Pleasure. New York: Peer International Corp., 1943.
2/NF Atcher, Bob. Crying Myself to Sleep. New York: Peer International Corp., 1942.
2/NF _____. I Want to Be Wanted. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1943. 2 copies.
2/NF Atcher, Randall I. Are You Sure (You’re Doing What You Want to Do). New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
2/NF Autry, Gene. Why Don’t You Come Back to Me?. Arranged by N. Manoloff. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1935.
2/NF Autry, Gene, and Smiley Burnette. I’ll Go Ridin’ Down that Old Texas Trail. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1939. 2 copies.
2/NF _____. I’m Oscar – I’m Pete. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1935. *On same sheet with Uncle Noah’s Ark.
2/NF _____. Uncle Noah’s Ark. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1935. *On same sheet with I’m Oscar – I’m Pete.
2/NF Autry, Gene, and Jenny Lou Carson. Darling, What More Can I Do. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1945.
2/NF Autry, Gene, Denver Darling, and Vaughn Horton. Address Unknown. Hollywood: Western Music Publishing Co., 1945.
2/NF Autry, Gene, and Fred Rose. At Mail Call Today. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1945.
2/NF _____. Be Honest with Me. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing, Co., 1941.
2/NF _____. God Must Have Loved America. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1942.
2/NF _____. I Guess I’ve Been Asleep for All These Years. Nashville: Milene Music, 1945.
2/NF _____. I’ll Wait for You. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1942.
2/NF _____. Tears on My Pillow. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1941. Appears to be missing page(s).
2/NF _____. There’s a Rainbow on the Rio Colorado. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1942.
2/NF _____. Tweedle-O-Twill. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1942.
2/NF _____. Yesterday’s Roses. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1942. 2 copies.
2/NF _____. You’ll Be Sorry. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1942.
2/NF Autry, Gene, Fred Rose, and Johnny Marvin. Little Pardner. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1939.
2/NF Autry, Gene, Fred Rose, and Ray Whitley. Lonely River. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1942.
2/NF Autry, Gene, and Cindy Walker. Silver Spurs on the Golden Stairs. [N.p.]: Golden West Melodies, Inc., 1945. 2 copies.
2/NF Barrett, Curt, and Charles Wilkins. I Might have Known (I’d Lose Your Love). New York: Peer International Corp., 1945.
2/NF Benjamin, Bennie, and George Weiss. I’ll Never be Free. New York: Laurel Music Co., 1950.
2/NF Betz, Mabel Hobson. Apple Blossom Time Along the Opecquon. Sacramento, Ca.: LeBam Music Publications and Enterprises, 1951.
2/NF _____. It is Spring at Lake Tahoe. Sacramento, Ca.: LeBam Music Publications & Enterprises, 1948.
2/NF _____. I’ve Got those All Alone Blue. Sacramento, Ca.: LeBam Music Publications & Enterprises, 1951.
2/NF Bond, Johnny. I Wonder Where You Are Tonight. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1941.
2/NF _____. I’ll Step Aside. New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1946. Autographed by Ernest Tubb.
2/NF _____. Out on the Open Range. New York: Peer International Corp., 1945.
2/NF Boyd, Bill. I Wish You Knew the Way I Feel. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
2/NF Bradley, C. M. I’ve Got to Hurry, Hurry, Hurry. New York: Peer International Corp., 1952.
2/NF Brock, Blanche Kerr. Beyond the Sunset. New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1949.
2/NF Brooks, Harvey O. A Little Bird Told Me. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1948.
2/NF Bruner, Clif. I’ll be Faithful. New York: Peer International Corp., 1942. 2 copies.
2/NF Bryant, Boudleaux, and Jimmy Dickens. I’m Little but I’m Loud. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1950.
2/NF Burnette, Smiley. Hominy Grits. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1945. 2 copies.
2/NF Campbell, Jerry. They All Went Thataway. Greensboro, N.C.: Enterprises, 1983. Autographed by Jerry Campbell dated 12-25-85; written to Claude Casey.
2/NF Caplinger, Warren, and Andy Patterson. I’m Taking My Audition to Sing Up in the Sky. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951.
2/NF Carlisle, Bill, and Lonnie A. Glosson. Rockin’ Chair Money. New York: Hometown Music Company, Inc., 1947.
2/NF Carrier, Cotton. Why Should I Worry Now. Atlanta, Ga.: Carson – Carrier Publications, 1947.
2/NF Carson, Jenny Lou. I Wish I had Kissed You Goodbye. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1945. 5 copies.
2/NF _____. I’d Trade All of My Tomorrow (For Just One Yesterday). New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1947.
2/NF _____. A Penny for Your Thoughts. New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1947.
2/NF Carson, Jenny Lou, and Fred Rose. A Pair of Broken Hearts. Nashville: Miline Music, 1945. 2 copies.
2/NF Carson, Martha. Satisfied. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951.
2/NF Carter, A. P. I’m Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
2/NF Clapp, Sunny. A Bundle of Southern Sunshine. Nashville: Milene Music, 1951.
2/NF Clark, Cottonseed, and Fred Rose. Texarkana Baby. Nashville: Milene Music, 1948.
2/NF Clark, Cottonseed, and Foy Willing. Texas Blues. New York: Leeds Music Corp., 1945. 4 copies. One of the copies is autographed by Claude Casey.
2/NF Cooley, Spade. Shame on You. New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1944.
2/NF Cooley, Spade, and Rudy Sooter. It’s Dark Outside. New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1947.
2/NF Copeland, Bill, and the Harmonaires. I Don’t Know Why I Love You. Hollywood: Music City Copyrights, 1951.
2/NF Cox, Billy, and Clarke van Ness. Filipino Baby (Song). New York: Rialto Music Pub. Corp., 1940.
2/NF Creamer, Henry, and Jimmy Johnson. If I Could be with You One Hour Tonight. [N.p.]: Remick Music Corp., 1949.
2/NF Daffan, Ted. Always Alone. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
2/NF _____. I’m a Fool to Care. New York: Peer International Corp., 1948.
2/NF _____. I’m Gonna Leave this Darned Old Town. New York: Peer International Corp., 1950.
2/NF _____. I’ve Got Five Dollars and It’s Saturday Night. New York: Peer International Corp., 1950. 2 copies.
2/NF Darewski, Herman (music). Wimperis, Arthur (lyrics). If You Could Care. [N.p.]: Remick Music Corp., 1949.
2/NF Darling, Denver. Don’t Wait too Long to Forgive. Hollywood: Cross Music Co., 1945.
2/NF _____. I’ve Just Got to be a Cowboy. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1946.
2/NF Daume, Johnny. It Never Will Rain Roses. New York: Peer International Corp., 1949.
2/NF Davis, Jimmie. I Just Dropped in to Say Goodbye. New York: Peer International Corp., 1947. 2 copies.
2/NF _____. I’m Knocking at Your Door Again. New York: Peer International Corp., 1942.
2/NF _____. Is it Too Late Now?. New York: Peer International Corp., 1944.
2/NF Davis, Jimmie, and Ted Daffan. Worried Mind. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
2/NF Davis, Jimmie, and Buddy Jones. (I’ll Come Back Dear) If You’re Still in Love with Me. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
2/NF _____. I’m My Heart You’ll Always be Mine. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941. 4 copies.
2/NF Davis, Jimmie, and Owen Perry. I Heard You Talking in Your Sleep. New York: Jimmie Davis Music Corp., 1952. 3 copies.
2/NF Davis, Jimmie, Ekko Whelan, and Lee Blastic. There’s a New Moon Over My Shoulder. New York: Peer International Corp., 1944.
2/NF Dawson, Harry Ainsworth. I’m Just a Black Sheep (A Real Prisoner’s Song). New York: Joe McDaniel Music Co., 1929.
2/NF Delmore, Alton, Rabon Delmore, Wayne Raney, and Henry Glover. Blues Stay Away from Me. Cincinnati, Oh.: Lois Publishing Co., 1949.
2/NF Dexter, Al. Rosalita. New York: Peer International Corp., 1942.
2/NF _____. Too Late to Worry, Too Blue to Cry. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1942. 2 copies.
2/NF Dodd, Bonnie, Jimmie Davis, and Charles Mitchell. I Dreamed of an Old Love Affair. New York: Peer International Corp., 1942.
2/NF Duncan, Tommy. Time Changes Everything. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941. 2 copies.
3/NF Fell, Terry. A Nickel for a Dozen Roses. Hollywood: American Music Inc., 1951.
3/NF Fisher, Doris, and Allan Roberts. You Always Hurt the One You Love. New York: Pickwick Music Corp., 1944.
3/NF Foley, Clyde (Red). Old Shep. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1940.
3/NF Foley, Red, and Lee Penny. I Don’t Care Anymore. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
3/NF Foree, Mel. All the World is Lonely Now. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1946.
3/NF Foree, Mel, and Fred Rose. No One Will Ever Know. Nashville: Milene Music, 1945. 3 copies.
3/NF Fortner, Red. I Can’t Think of Love Without You. Chicago: Adams, Vee & Abbott, Inc., 1949.
3/NF Fowler, Wallace. I’m Sending You Red Roses. Chicago: Adams, Vee & Abbott, Inc., 1942. 2 copies.
3/NF Franklin, Dave. A Good Time Was Had By All. New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1950.
3/NF Frazer, Adele, and Gordon Vanderburg. Ada. Hollywood: Princess Publications, 1950.
3/NF Fritsch, Babe. A Cradle, A Baby and You. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
3/NF Frizzel, Lefty, and Jim Beck. I Love You a Thousand Ways. New York: Peer International Corp., 1951.
3/NF _____. If You’ve Got the Money I’ve Got the Time. New York: Peer International Corp., 1950. 3 copies.
3/NF Fullbright, Larry C. I Was Burned in Carolina. New York: Charles Wynn Publications, 1954.
3/NF Gale, Bill. I Want Some Lovin’. New York: Gala Music Publishing Corp., 1949.
3/NF Garland, Hank (music). Vaughn, George (lyric). Sugarfoot Rag. Hollywood: Forrest Music Corp., 1950.
3/NF Gibson, Arbie, and Curt Massey. Gals Don’t Mean a Thing (In My Life). New York: Peer International Corp., 1943.
3/NF Gilbert, Jewell, and “Pappy” Cheshire. A Baby Song to Mother. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1940.
3/NF Girvin, Ethel. I Can Television when I See One!. Hollywood: Princess Publications, 1950.
3/NF Gluck, John. I’m Gonna Tie a Little String Around Your Finger. New York: Peer International Corp., 1950.
3/NF Goldberg, Dave, and Bob Keates. I Missed My Chance. Upper Darby, Pa.: Kirklyn Music Publishing Co., 1949.
3/NF Goodwin, Mrs. William (music). William Goodwin (words). Home on the Range (An Arizona Home). [N.p.]: Southern Music Publication Co., 1933. *On same page as Dear Old Sunny South by the Sea (Rodgers/Cozzens).
3/NF Griffin, Rex. Won’t You Ride in My Little Red Wagon. New York: Peer International Corp., 1948.
3/NF Guthrie, Leon. Oklahoma Hills. New York: Capitol Songs, Inc., 1945.
3/NF Haldeman, Oakley (music). Autry, Gene, and Dale Evans (words). I Wish I had Never Met Sunshine. [N.p]: Golden West Melodies, Inc., 1946.
3/NF Hall, J. Graydon. Two Little Girls with Golden Curls. Nashville: Wallace Fowler Publications, 1946. 3 copies.
3/NF Hamblen, Stuart. (Remember Me) I’m the One Who Loves You. Beverly Hills, Cal.: Stuart Hamblen Music Company, 1950.
3/NF _____. Texas Plains. Chicago: M. M. Cole Pub. Co., 1942.
3/NF Hayes, Billy, Rea Hayes, and Jesse Rogers. I Love the Name of Texas. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1946.
3/NF Helms, Don. I’ll Dance at Your Wedding (If You’ll Marry Me). Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1953.
3/NF Helms, Don, and Rusty Gabbard. It Ain’t Quit Hurtin’ Yet. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1953.
3/NF Henry, S. R. (music). Branen, Jeff T. (words). I’m Looking for a Nice Young Fellow Who is Looking for a Nice Young Girl. New York: Jerry Vogel Music Co., Inc., 1937.
3/NF Hill, Eddie, Ira Louvin, and Charles Louvin. Alabama. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1949.
3/NF Hobson, J. (music). Stevenson, W. S., and P. Blevins (words). Let Me be the One. Pasadena, Cl: Four Star Sales Co., 1953.
3/NF Horton, Vaughn. As Long As I’m Dreaming. New York: Southern Music Publishing Company, Inc., 1953.
3/NF _____. I’m Gonna Tear Down the Mail Box. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., 1948.
3/NF _____. It’s Written in the Stars. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1953.
3/NF _____. Teardrops in My Heart. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1947. 2 copies.
3/NF _____. Till the End of the World. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., 1948. 2 copies.
3/NF House, Jewell, and Red Sovine. A Loveless Marriage. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1952.
3/NF Hudelson, Kenneth. I Pledge My Love. New York: Peer International Corp., 1952.
3/NF Jenkins, Floyd. Blue Love (In My Heart). Nashville: Milene Music, 1946.
3/NF _____. Fire Ball Mail. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1943. 2 copies.
3/NF _____. Home in San Antone. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1943.
3/NF _____. Low and Lonely. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1942.
3/NF _____. Pins and Needles (In My Heart). Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1942.
3/NF _____. Whose Heart Are You Breakin’ Now. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1942. 2 copies.
3/NF Jerome, Ben M. And the World’s all Wrong Again. New York: Jerry Vogel Music Co., 1940.
3/NF Johnson, Ted, Dude Martin, and Joe Bruhl. If You Want Some Lovin’. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1949. 2 copies.
3/NF Kalar, Phil (music). Pelkonen, Matt (words). Arranged by Roscoe F. Barnhart. My Puppy Love has Gone to the Dogs. Chicago: Country Music, 1943.
3/NF Kanter, Ben. Alleghany Sweetheart. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
3/NF King, Pee Wee. Bonaparte’s Retreat. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1949.
3/NF King, Pee Wee, Redd Stewart, and Neal Burris. I’m a Stranger in My Home. Hollywood: Ridgeway Music, Inc., 1953.
3/NF King, Frankie (Pee Wee), and Hank Williams. (I’m Praying for the Day That) Peace Will Come. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1944.
3/NF Kirby, Fred. Arranged by Frank Furlett. It Makes No Never Mind. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1941. 2 copies.
3/NF Lane, Boyd. Footprints in the Snow. New York: Peer International Corp., 1947.
3/NF Lashua, Famous, and Bill Boyd. I’m Glad (I’m Glad He’s Gone and Left You). Chicago: Country Music, 1944.
3/NF Lawson, Herbert Happy. Any Time. New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1948.
3/NF Leeds, Milton, Fred Wise, Steven Nelson, and Ed Nelson. I’ve Got a Feelin’ (Somebody’s Stealin’ My Darlin’). New York: Valmount Music Publishers, 1947.
3/NF Lloyd, Evans (music). Branen, Jeff (words). All that I Had and All that I Have and All that I Want is in Ireland. New York: Jerry Vogel Music Co., Inc., 1945.
3/NF Lombardo, Carmen, and Stanley Rochinski. Powder Your Face with Sunshine (Smile! Smile! Smile!). New York: Lombardo Music, Inc., 1948.
3/NF Louvin, Ira, and Charles Louvin. Are You Teasing Me. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1952.
3/NF _____. The Weapon of Prayer. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951.
3/NF Luther, Frank. Down in the Valley (Hear that Train Blow). New York: Leeds Music Co., 1944.
3/NF Lynton, Everett. I Never See Maggie Alone. London: Cecil Lennox Ltd., 1926.
3/NF Mank, Chaw, Rose E. Black, and Lew Mel. The Flying Fortress. Staunton, Ill.: Chaw Mank’s Blue Ribbon Music Co., 1944. 2 copies.
3/NF Markes, Larry, Dick Charles, and Eddie de Lange. Along the Navajo Trail. New York: Leeds Music Corporation, 1944.
3/NF Martin, Jessie Mae. Back to the Cross. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951.
3/NF Massey, Louise, and Lee Penny. My Adobe Hacienda. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941. 4 copies.
3/NF McEnery, Alberta, and Jimmie Davis. A Sinner’s Prayer. New York: Peer International Corp., 1942.
3/NF McEnery, Dave. I’ll be Lovin’ You Then. New York: Southern Music Co., Inc., 1952. 2 copies.
3/NF Meany, Ray, and Michael de Marco. Adios Mi Amor. New York: Peer International Corp., 1952.
3/NF Melka, Harriet. After I’m Gone. New York: Peer International Corp., 1946.
3/NF Merwin, Wm. N., and Jack Gerts, Sr. I Never Cared. Chicago: Music for Frets, 1953.
3/NF Miller, Bob (music). Sciver, Esther Van, and Shelby Darnell (words). I Can Beat You Doin’ What You’re Doin’ to Me. New York: Bob Miller, Inc., 1946.
3/NF Mizzy, Vic (music). Curtis, Mann (words). I’m Gonna Let You Cry for a Change. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1949.
3/NF Monroe, Bill. Kentucky Waltz. New York: Peer International Corp., 1946.
3/NF Montgomery, Marvin. Bear Creek Hop. New York: Peer International Corp., 1947.
3/NF Murphy, Chuck. I’m Going Back to Birmingham. New York: Peer International Corp., 1952. 2 copies.
3/NF Nelson, Steve, Ed Nelson, Jr., and Eddy Arnold. I’m Throwing Rice (At the Girl I Love). New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1949.
3/NF Nelson, Steve, Jack Rollins, and Eddy Arnold. A Prison Without Walls. New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1950.
3/NF Nettles, Bill. It’s Your Time to Walk the Floor for Me. New York: Peer International Corp., 1943. 2 copies.
3/NF Newman, Bob. Baby Doll. Hollywood: Tim Spencer Music, Inc., 1947.
3/NF Newnan, Elmer, and Ray Whitley. I’ve Lived a Lifetime for You. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1947.
3/NF Nolan, Bob. Cool Water. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1936. 2 copies.
3/NF _____. Happy Cowboy. Portland, Or.: American Music, Inc., 1936.
3/NF _____. I Still Do. Portland, Or.: American Music, Inc., 1936.
3/NF _____. When Pay Day Rolls Around. ????
3/NF O’Neal, Waldo L. Alone at the Station. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
3/NF Palermo, Joe. I’m Broken Hearted (Because of You). Le Grange, Ill.: Hartmann & Van Horn Music Publishing Co., 1949.
3/NF Payne, Leon. Because You Love Me. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1950.
3/NF _____. Call Her Your Sweetheart. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951. 2 copies.
3/NF Penny, Hank. A Soldier’s Letter. New York: Peer International Corp., 1942. 2 copies.
3/NF Pola, Eddie, and George Wyle. I Said My Pajamas (And Put on My Pray’rs). New York: Leeds Music Co., 1950.
3/NF Polk, Mary Jane. I Told a Lie. New York: Mellow Music Publishing Co., 1953.
3/NF Pope, Joe. It’s Too Late Now to Worry Any More. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1943.
3/NF Purdom, J. M. It’s all Coming True. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951.
3/NF Rice, Al, and Fleming Allan. Arranged by Jean Walz. When It’s Prayer Meetin’ Time in the Hollow. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1933.
3/NF Rice, Chester, Mel Foree, and Cliff Carlisle. I Believe I’m Entitled to You. New York: Joe McDaniel Music Co., 1941. 2 copies. One copy signed by Claude Casey.
3/NF Richman, Richard E. I’m Goin’ to Send a Letter to Heaven. New York: Peer International Corp., 1944.
3/NF Richter, Wm. B. At Atlantic City on Easter Sunday. Philadelphia: Wm. Benson Richter, 1949.
3/NF Rivero, Facundo. Ahora Que. New York: Peer International Corp., 1949. 2 copies.
3/NF Rivers, Jack. If You Would Only be Mine. Hollywood: Jimmy Wakely Songs, 1952. 2 copies.
3/NF Robbins, Marty. I’ll Go on Alone. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publication, 1952.
3/NF _____. I’ve Got a Woman’s Love. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1953.
4/NF Robison, Carson J. Sleepy Rio Grande. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941. 2 copies.
4/NF Rodgers, Jesse. The Sun Goes Down. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1946.
4/NF Rodgers, Jimmie (music). Cozzens, Ellsworth T. (words). Dear Old Sunny South by the Sea. [N.p.]: United Publishing Co., 1928. *On same page as Home on the Range (Goodwin).
4/NF Rodgers, Jimmie, and R. Hall. Gambling Polka Dot Blues. New York: Peer International Corp., 1932.
4/NF Rodgers, Jimmie, and Waldo O’Neal. Pistol Packin’ Papa. New York: Peer International Corp., 1931.
4/NF Rose, Fred. Afraid. Nashville: Milene Music, 1949.
4/NF _____. Another World Ago. Nashville: Milene Music, 1951.
4/NF _____. Beware. Nashville: Milene Music, 1953.
4/NF _____. Blue Eyes Crying In the Rain. Nashville: Milene Music, 1945. 3 copies.
4/NF _____. Blues In My Mind. Nashville: Milene Music, 1944. 2 copies.
4/NF _____. The Crazy Game of Love. Nashville: Milene Music, 1951.
4/NF _____. Deep Water. Nashville: Milene Music, 1948. 4 copies.
4/NF _____. Don’t Feel Sorry for Me. Nashville: Milene Music, 1946.
4/NF _____. Faded Love and Winter Roses. Nashville: Milene Music, 1948.
4/NF _____. Farther and Farther Apart. Nashville: Milene Music, 1945. 3 copies.
4/NF _____. Foggy River. Nashville: Milene Music, 1946. 2 copies.
4/NF _____. Honest as the Day is Long. Nashville: Milene Music, 1951.
4/NF _____. How Did You Know. Nashville: Milene Music, 1949.
4/NF _____. I Can’t Go on this Way. Nashville: Milene Music, 1943. 4 copies.
4/NF _____. I Never Let You Cross My Mind. Nashville: Milene Music, 1950. 2 copies.
4/NF _____. I Talk to Myself About You. Nashville: Milene Music, 1946. 2 copies.
4/NF _____. I Want to Be Blue. Nashville: Milene Music, 1951.
4/NF _____. I Wear Your Mem’ry in My Heart. Nashville: Milene Music, 1946. 2 copies.
4/NF _____. I Wonder when We’ll Ever Know (The Wonder of it All). Nashville: Milene Music, 1955.
4/NF _____. I’m Sending My Heart in this Letter. Nashville: Milene Music, 1951.
4/NF _____. I’m Sorry if that’s the Way You Feel. Nashville: Milene Music, 1946.
4/NF _____. Indiana Waltz. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1948.
4/NF _____. Jealous Lady. Nashville: Milene Music, 1945.
4/NF _____. Johnny’s Got a Swetheart. Nashville: Milene Music, 1950.
4/NF _____. Lazy Morning. Nashville: Milene Music, 1947.
4/NF _____. No, No, Joe. Nashville: Milene Music, 1950.
4/NF _____. No Thanks. Nashville: Milene Music, 1950.
4/NF _____. One True Love. Nashville: Milene Music, 1951.
4/NF _____. Po’ Folks All the Time. Nashville: Milene Music, 1946.
4/NF _____. Roly Poly. Nashville: Milene Music, 1946.
4/NF _____. Rootie Tootie. Nashville: Milene Music, 1948.
4/NF _____. Rose of Ol’ Pawnee. Nashville: Milene Music, 1947.
4/NF _____. Someday You’ll Thank Me. Nashville: Milene Music, 1947.
4/NF _____. Thanks for the Heartaches (Thanks for the Tears). Nashville: Milene Music, 1946.
4/NF _____. Waltz of the Wind. Nashville: Milene Music, 1947. 2 copies.
4/NF _____. We Live in Two Different Worlds. Nashville: Milene Music, 1943.
4/NF _____. You Don’t Care what Happens to Me. Nashville: Milene Music, 1945.
4/NF _____. You’ll Have to Talk it Over with My Heart. Nashville: Milene Music, 1951.
4/NF Rose, Fred, and Hy Heath. I’ll Never Stand in Your Way. Nashville: Milene Music, 1953.
4/NF _____. Midnite Flyer. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1943.
4/NF _____. Take these Chains from My Heart. Nashville: Milene Music, 1952.
4/NF Rose, Fred, and Vic McAlpin. Deep Blues. Nashville: Milene Music, 1952.
4/NF Rose, Fred, and Ed G. Nelson. Settin’ the Woods on Fire. Nashville: Milene Music, 1952.
4/NF Rose, Fred, Ed. G. Nelson, and Steve Nelson. Hang Your Head in Shame. New York: Leeds Music Co., 1944.
4/NF Rose, Fred, and Zeb Turner. It’s a Sin. Nashville: Milene Music, 1947.
4/NF Rose, Fred, and Jimmy Wakely. It Wouldn’t be the Same (Without You). Nashville: Milene Music, 1950.
4/NF Rouse, Ervin T. Bum Bum Blues. New York: Bob Miller, Inc., 1947.
4/NF _____. Craven County Blues. New York: Bob Miller, Inc., 1947.
4/NF _____. Orange Blossom Special. New York: Bob Miller, Inc., 1947. Signed by Claude Casey.
4/NF Seiler, Eddie, Sol Marcus, and Al Kaufman. And Then It’s Heaven. [N.p]: Remick Music Corp., 1946.
4/NF Shepard, Riley, and Red Foley. Honey, be My Honey Bee (The Honey Bee Song). New York: Peer International Corp., 1946.
4/NF Sizemore, Arthur (music). Gillespie, Haven (words). Right or Wrong. New York: Joe Davis, Inc., 1931. 3 copies.
4/NF Smith, Arthur. It’s Hard to be Loved. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1951.
4/NF Smith, Beasley. Tennessee Central (Number 9). Nashville: Milene Music, 1946.
4/NF Smith, Beasley, Marvin Hughes, and Owen Bradley. Night Train to Memphis. New York: Peer International Corp., 1942.
4/NF Snow, “Hank.” I’m Movin’ On. New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1950.
4/NF Starcher, Buddy. I Planted a Rose (In the Garden of Prayer). New York: Peer International Corp., 1949.
4/NF Stewart, Redd, and Pee Wee King. Tennessee Waltz. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1948.
4/NF Stokes, E. W. “Tiny.” Judy. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1948.
4/NF Stone, Harry, and Jack Stapp. Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1950.
4/NF Story, Carl, Carl Smith, and Shirly Lyn. I Overlooked an Orchid. New York: Peer International Corp., 1950.
4/NF Styne, Jule (music). Cahn, Sammy (lyrics). It’s Magic. [N. p]: M. Witmark & Sons, 1948.
4/NF Sullivan, Gene, and Wiley Walker. I Want to Live and Love. New York: Peer International Corp., 1944.
4/NF Swander, Don (music). June Hershey (words). Deep in the Heart of Texas. Hollywood: Melody Lane Publications, 1941. 2 copies.
4/NF Taylor, Sr., William Franklin. I’m Building My Future in Heaven. New York: Peer International Corp., 1950. 2 copies.
4/NF Tillman, Floyd. I Gotta Have My Baby Back. New York: Peer International Corp., 1949. 2 copies.
4/NF _____. I Love You So Much it Hurts. New York: Peer International Corp., 1948.
4/NF _____. I Love You so Much it Hurts. New York: Melody Lane Publications, 1948.
4/NF _____. I’ll Keep on Loving You. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941. 3 copies.
4/NF _____. I’ll Never Slip Around Again. New York: Peer International Corp., 1949.
4/NF _____. It’s Been a Long, Long Time. New York: Peer International Corp., 1942.
4/NF _____. I’ve Got the Craziest Feeling. New York: Peer International Corp., 1950. 3 copies.
4/NF _____. I’ve Learned My Lesson Now. New York: Peer International Corp., 1942.
4/NF Tillman, Floyd, and Jimmie Davis. I’ll Come Back to You. New York: Southern Publishing Co., Inc., 1940.
4/NF Travis, Merle, and Leon Rusk. A Petal from a Faded Rose. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1946.
4/NF Tubb, Ernest. I Wonder Why You Said “Goodbye”. Portland, Ore.: American Music, Inc., 1941.
4/NF _____. Try Me One More Time. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1943.
4/NF Tubb, Ernest, Roy West, E. Benedict, and L. Sanders. I’m Bitin’ My Fingernails, and Thinking of You. New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1949.
4/NF Turk, Roy. Are You Lonesome To-night?. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1926.
4/NF Turner, Zeb. I’m Fading Fast with the Time. Nashville: Wallace Fowler Publications, Inc., 1949.
4/NF Wagoner, Mildred, and Fred Rose. Hangin’ My Heart Out to Dry. Nashville: Milene Music, 1953.
4/NF Walker, Cindy. You’re from Texas. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1942.
4/NF Walker, Wiley, and Gene Sullivan. Live and Let Live. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
4/NF _____. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again. New York: Peer International Corp., 1941.
4/NF Wakely, Jimmy. I’ll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin’). Hollywood: Sunshine Music Co., 1941.
4/NF _____. It’s Too Late to Say You’re Sorry. Hollywood: Sunshine Music Co., 1942.
4/NF _____. Standing Outside of Heaven. Hollywood: Sunshine Music Co., 1943. 3 copies. 2 copies autographed by Claude Casey.
4/NF Wakely, Jimmy, and Lew Porter. Give Me Wings Like an Angel. New York: Northern Music Corp., 1946. 1 copy.
4/NF Wakely, Jimmy, and Lee “Lasses” White. If You Knew what it Meant to be Lonesome. New York: Duchess Music Corp., 1946.
4/NF Waner, Art, Ed. Weiner, and Hal Gold. It’s the Little Things. New York: Regent Music Corporation, 1949.
4/NF Ward, Reginald, and Joe Shelton. I Promised to Come Back to You. Chicago: Bob Smith: 1943.
4/NF Watson, Alton “Cook,” and Milton E. Estes. I’m Writing My Daddy a Letter. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1944.
4/NF Weber, Billie. I Was the Last One to Know. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1951. 2 copies.
4/NF Williams, Curley. Half as Much. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951.
4/NF Williams, Hank. Alone and Forsaken. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951.
4/NF _____. I Can’t Help it (If I’m Still in Love with You). Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951.
4/NF _____. I Won’t be Home No More. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1952. 3 copies.
4/NF _____. There’ll be No Teardrops Tonight. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1949.
4/NF _____. You Win Again. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1952.
4/NF _____. Your Cheatin’ Heart. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1952.
4/NF Williams, Hank, and Charlie Monroe. Jesus is Calling. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1951.
4/NF Williams, Hank, and Fred Rose. I’ll Never Get Out of this World Alive. Nashville: Milene Music, 1952.
4/NF _____. Kaw-liga. Nashville: Milene Music, 1952.
4/NF Willis, Vick. You Count all My Mistakes. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1950.
4/NF Wilson, Herbert W. I Walk Alone. Chicago: Adams, Vee & Abbott, Inc., 1943. 2 copies.
4/NF Winsett, R. E. Just a Closer Walk With Thee. New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1950.

 

E. Songbooks (By Other Artists)

5/NF Autry, Gene. Gene Autry’s Collection of Juke Box, Radio, Movie Hits. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1945.
5/NF Autry, Gene. To My Radio Friends [?]. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1935.
5/NF Foley, Red. Cowboy Songs – Mountain Ballads. Deluxe edition. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing Co., 1941.
5/NF _____. Red Foley’s Homespun Hits. Beverly Hills: Home Folks Music, 1949.
5/NF Hillbilly and Cowboy Hit Parade. 1, no. 2 (Summer 1953). Capitol Stories Inc.
5/NF The Hillbilly Hit Kit. Hollywood: West’rn Music Publishing Co., 1945.
5/NF Hillbilly Hit Parade of 1941. New York: Peer International Co., 1941. 2 copies.
5/NF Hillbilly Record Round-Up Song Folio. New York: Leeds Music Co., 1942. 2 copies.
5/NF Louise Massey and the Westerners’ Song Folio. New York: Peer International Co., 1941.
5/NF Nolan, Bob. Bob Nolan’s Folio of Original Cowboy Classics, no. 1. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1939. 2 copies.
5/NF _____. Bob Nolan’s Folio of Original Cowboy Classics, no. 2. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1940. 2 copies.
6/NF _____. Bob Nolan’s Sons of the Pioneers: Cowboy Songs. Hollywood: Tim Spencer Music, Inc., 1947.
6/NF Rodgers, Jimmie. America’s Blue Yodeler, no. 5. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., 1928.
6/NF Rodgers, Jimmie. America’s Blue Yodeler, no. 5. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., 1937. 2 copies – 1 copy does not have front cover.
6/NF Songs of the Mountains and Plains, no. 2. New York: Rialto Music Publishing Co., 1939.
6/NF Original Songs of the Pioneers, no. 2. Portland, Oregon: American Music, Inc., 1936.
6/NF The Sons of the Pioneers Song Folio, no. 1. Portland, Oregon: Cross & Winge, Inc., 1936.
6/NF The Sons of the Pioneers Song Folio, no. 1. 5th edition. Portland, Oregon: Cross & Winge, Inc., 1936.
6/NF Sons of the Pioneers: Songs of the Prairie, no. 3. Arrangements by Mat A. Howard. Portland, Oregon: Cross & Winge, Inc., 1937. 3 copies.
6/NF Spencer, Tim. Tim Spencer’s Sagebrush Symphonies, no. 1. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1942.
6/NF Spencer, Tim. Tim Spencer’s Sagebrush Symphonies, no. 1. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1943.
6/NF Tubb, Ernest. Ernest Tubb Favorites, no. 4. 4th edition. Portland, Oregon: American Music, Inc., 1941. Autographed.
6/NF Tubb, Ernest. Ernest Tubb Song Folio of Sensational Successes, no. 3. Hollywood: American Music, Inc., 1943.
6/NF Wakely, Jimmy. Songs-Jimmy Wakely-Sings. Hollywood: Gordon Music Co., 1944.
6/NF Wills, Bob. The Roundup of the Century, no. 2. New York: Bourne, Inc., 1945.

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