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    The potlatch bug
    Creation Date: 1912
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.2.362
    Call Number: MUSIC/979.7771/Ir9p/1912
    1 score ([3] pages, 35x26.5 cm.) for piano and voice, words and music by Frederick Irwin, celebrating the Seattle Golden Potlatch, July 15-20, 1912. "A ragtime song of the Golden Potlatch." Color illustrated front cover features red, white, and black Northwest Coast Indian mask, and inset of Irwin, against gold-color background, with black lettering.
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    Two cigarettes in the dark
    Creation Date: 1934
    Catalog ID: 2004.1.2.494
    Call Number: MUSIC/394.14/P76t/1934
    Sheet music by Lew Pollack (music) with lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, titled, Two cigarettes in the dark. New York City, NY: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc., 1934. Three pages with illustrations.
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    Slumber little jungle maid: (an Oriental lullaby)
    Creation Date: ca. 1919
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.2.417
    Call Number: MUSIC/791.3/W155sl/1919
    1 score (6 p.); col. ill.; 34 cm.; 1994.1.2.417; Cover illus. features circus tents and woman riding elephant; For voice and piano
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    Jitney bus rag
    Creation Date: 1915
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.2.411
    Call Number: MUSIC/388./34233/B77j/1915
    1 score (5 p., 35x27 cm.) for piano and voice, words and music by Bernard B. Brin, arranged by R.V. Knuppe, 1915. Cover illustration features jitney bus filled with passengers in open upper deck.
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    Ray and his little Chevrolet
    Creation Date: 1924
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.2.406
    Call Number: MUSIC/388.324/G914r/1924
    1 score (5 pages, missing p. 3-4; 30.5x23 cm.) for voice and piano. Cover illustration features portrait of Frank De Voe, with drawing of Chevrolet sedan with man driving and woman standing outside. Dark blue and green print on white.
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    I've gone to Seattle to the Fair, Dear--I've gone to Seattle to the Fair
    Creation Date: 1909
    Catalog ID: S1992.2.18
    Call Number: MUSIC/979.77718/L411iv/1909
    1 score (4 pages, 35x22 cm.) for voice and piano, by Fred Law, revised by Rutherford & Valentine. Cover title: Dear--I've gone to Seattle to the Fair." Cover illustration features green door with note attached, bordered by men and women leaving with suitcases. Dated 1909; refers to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition.
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    Meet me in Seattle at the fair
    Creation Date: 1909
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.2.525
    Call Number: MUSIC/979.77718/M145m/1909
    1 score (5 pages, 34.5x27 cm.) for piano and voice; words by C.P. McDonald and music by Al. Fredericks, 1909. Cover illustration in yellow features woman with suitcase and binoculars, and scenes from the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition.
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    Enjoy yourselves: eccentric coon song
    Creation Date: 1897
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.2.286
    Call Number: MUSIC/303.3851/W21e/1897
    1 score (35x27 cm.) for piano and voice; music by Chas. B. Ward, words by Dave Reed, Jr.; ill.; 35 cm.; On the cover: ''Sung with great success by two real coons, William and Walker," (Egbert Williams and George Walker), with illustration of the singers performing. Published in 1897.
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    When it's night time in Dixie Land
    Creation Date: ca. 1914
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.2.302
    Call Number: MUSIC/303.3851/B455w/1914
    1 score (5 p., 35x27 cm.) for piano and voice, words and music by Irving Berlin. Cover illus. features group of African-Americans outside a log cabin, singing and playing banjo and fiddle. Published in 1914.
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    "Here at home we're backing you"
    Creation Date: 1918
    Catalog ID: 1972.33.192
    Call Number: MUSIC/979.7/L989h/1918
    1 score ([2] pages, 34x27 cm.) sheet music for voice and piano, titled: "Here at home we're backing you," words and music by John Henry Lyons, Y.M.C.A. song leader, Camp Lewis, Washington. At head of title: Khaki lads and blue clad Jackies. On cover: Inspired by the Fourth Liberty Bond Loan. Officially adopted for the state of Washington campaign. Distributed by Sherman Clay & Co., 1918.