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1492 [UP TO DATE] presented by RICE'S SURPRISE PARTY: At the Columbia Theatre, Chicago, commencing Sunday, February 3rd, 1895.  Libretto by R.A. Barnet.  Music by Carl Pflueger., 1492.
1 1492. 1492 [UP TO DATE] presented by RICE'S SURPRISE PARTY: At the Columbia Theatre, Chicago, commencing Sunday, February 3rd, 1895. Libretto by R.A. Barnet. Music by Carl Pflueger.
Chicago Columbia Theatre 1895 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
28pp; illustrated ads for restaurants near the theatre, cigars, &c. throughout. Pictorial cover printed in blue ink. 8.75" x 5.5" 1492 Up To Date was a burlesque created to mark the quadricentennial of Columbus's finding the New World. The libretto is by R. A. Barnet, music by Carl Pflueger. The show opened in New York in May, 1893. This 1895 Chicago edition was performed at The Columbia by Rice's Surprise Party, a cast of 70 men and women. 
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Sheet music (3) from this Broadway show.  Songs:  Come Home;  The Gentleman Is A Dope;  You Are Never Away. Music by Richard Rodgers.  Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd., ALLEGRO.
2 ALLEGRO. Sheet music (3) from this Broadway show. Songs: Come Home; The Gentleman Is A Dope; You Are Never Away. Music by Richard Rodgers. Book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd.
NY Williamson Music 1947 Original editions Pictorial Covers Very Good 
Music and lyrics to three songs from this musical play, produced by the Theatre Guild. 12" x 9" 
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3 APPLAUSE. Vocal Selections from "Applause," A New Musical. Joseph Kipness & Lawrence Kasha ... present Lauren Bacall ....
NY Edwin H. Morris 1970 First edition thus Original Wraps Very Good 
Book by Betty Comden & Adolph Green. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Lee Adams. 72pp; 13pp b&w illus from on-stage photographs. Contains words and music to 14 songs, including: Backstage Babble; Who's That Girl; Applause; Fasten Your Seat Belts; One Hallowe'en; and nine more. 11" x 8.5" 
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Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show.  Song:  She Is The Belle Of New York. Words by Hugh Morton.  Music by Gustave Kerker., BELLE OF NEW YORK.
4 BELLE OF NEW YORK. Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: She Is The Belle Of New York. Words by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker.
NY T.B. Harms 1898 First Edition Printed self-wraps Good 
8pp, words and music, in part: "There's a great little girl, in a queer little gown; Who's the pride of the Salvation Army .... Oh, she is the belle of New York! The subject of all the town talk!..." 13.5" x 10.5" "The Belle of New York" was performed at the New York Casino and ran for only 64 performances. The show went on to London in 1898, where it was a major success, running for an almost unprecedented 674 performances, and became the first American musical to play for over a year in the West End. 
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5 BIG BOY. Sheet music (2) from this Broadway show. Songs: If You Knew Susie (Like I Know Susie); It All Depends On You. Words and music by B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson.
NY DeSylva, Brown & Henderson 1925-1926 Early editions Pictorial Covers Very Good 
Music and lyrics to two songs from this musical starring Al Jolson. 12" x 9" 
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6 CAP OF FORTUNE. Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: Psyche. Words and music by Edward W. Corliss.
Boston White-Smith Music 1902 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "When the sun is touching all the eastern sky, When with gold it paints the distant west. Ever in my heart there is the constant cry For the one that I love best ...." 13.75" x 10.5" From R.A. Barnet's Musical Play, Cap of Fortune. 
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7 CHAPERONS. Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: Blooming Lize. Words by Matt. C. Woodward. Music by Ben. M. Jerome.
NY Howley, Haviland & Dresser 1902 First Edition Pictorial Cover Good 
8pp, words and music, in part: "Liza wasn't tall and so we called her `Lize' for short, Oh, but she was blooming like a rose! .... Blooming Lize! There's a funny twinkle in your eyes...." Archival repairs were made to several short tears. 14" x 11" "As sung in Frank L. Perley's production of `The Chaperons,' staged by George W. Lederer." 
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8 CHIN-CHIN (1914) Musical selections from this Broadway show (no lyrics). Book by Anne Caldwell and R.H. Burnside. Lyrics by Anne Caldwell. Music by Ivan Caryll.
NY Chappell 1914 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
13pp, songs in various keys. 13.75" x 10.5" The cover by Starmer shows two Chinese men standing back to back against a bamboo screen. Inset are photos of Dave Montgomery and Fred Stone. 
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9 CHIN-CHIN (1914) Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: Goodbye Girls I'm Through. Words by John Golden. Music by Ivan Caryll. Charles Dillingham presents Montgomery and Stone in a Musical Fantasy, Chin-Chin....
NY Chappell 1914 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "I'm the happiest Lad in all the Flow'ry Kingdom A miracle has come into my life .... Of course I've dallied in 'The Path of Flowers' Where Lotus lips and Almond eyes are fine...." Back cover lightly dusted. 13.5" x 10.5" The cover by Starmer shows two Chinese men standing back to back against a bamboo screen. Inset are photos of Dave Montgomery and Fred Stone. 
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Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show.  Song:  Mister Dooley. Words by William Jerome.  Music by  Jean Schwartz., CHINESE HONEYMOON.
10 CHINESE HONEYMOON. Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: Mister Dooley. Words by William Jerome. Music by Jean Schwartz.
NY Shapiro, Bernstein 1902 First edition thus Pictorial Cover Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "There is a man that's known to all, a man of great renown A man who's name is on the lips of every one in town...." Contains 10 verses and a chorus. 14" x 11" On the cover is a photo-portrait of Thomas Q. Seabrooke who introduced this "comic song sensation" in the musical comedy, The Chinese Honeymoon, which opened on Broadway in June, 1902 at the Casino Theater and ran for 376 performances. 
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11 CHORUS LINE. VOCAL SELECTIONS FROM THE JOSEPH PAPP PRODUCTION OF MICHAEL BENNETT'S "A CHORUS LINE". Music by Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics by Edward Kleban.
NY Edwin H. Morris 1975 First edition thus Original Wraps Very Good 
96pp; 12pp b&w illus from on-stage photographs. Contains words and music to 10 songs and 10 lead lines, including: I Hope I Get It; At The Ballet; What I Did For Love; etc. 12" x 9" A New York Shakespeare Festival production. 
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TEN LITTLE INDIANS:  Hilarious Chiller Thriller presented by the Messrs. Shubert and Albert de Courville  [broadsheet], Christie, Agatha
12 Christie, Agatha TEN LITTLE INDIANS: Hilarious Chiller Thriller presented by the Messrs. Shubert and Albert de Courville [broadsheet]
NY Broadhurst Theater 1945 First Edition Fine 
Printed in sepia ink on cream stock. The front of this broadsheet includes three photo-views from the play. The verso cites rave reviews. 9" x 6.25" This show opened on Broadway, June 27, 1944, and closed June 30, 1945. The cast of the performance advertised here included Michael Whalen, Beverly Roberts, Halliwell Hobbes, Estelle Winwood, J. Pat O'Malley, Nicholas Joy, Harry Worth, Anthony Kemble Cooper, and Neil Fitzgerald. 
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COHAN & HARRIS PRESENT GEO. M. COHAN'S NEWEST MUSICAL PLAY, "THE LITTLE MILLIONAIRE", Cohan, George M.
13 Cohan, George M. COHAN & HARRIS PRESENT GEO. M. COHAN'S NEWEST MUSICAL PLAY, "THE LITTLE MILLIONAIRE"
NY Cohan & Harris 1911 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
16pp. Contains words and music to: The Little Millionaire; Musical Moon; New Yorkers; music only to The Little Millionaire Waltzes; any lyrics only to Any Old Place The Flag Flies & We Do The Dirty Work. 12.25" x 9.25" This Cohan musical featured Chas. King and Lila Rhodes, shown together on the cover. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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14 COTTON CLUB PARADE. Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: Truckin'. Lyric by Ted Koehler. Music by Rube Bloom.
NY Mills Music 1935 First Edition Decorative Wraps Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "Listen, you rhythm rounders, Harlem is talkin' now; You know the truck bug got you...." 12" x 9" This show, presented at Harlem's Cotton Club, featured the Claude Hopkins Orchestra and a cast of 60, including Mantan Moreland. 
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15 DANCING AROUND. Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: When The Grown Up Ladies Act Like Babies (I've Got to Love 'em That's All). Words by Joe Young and Edgar Leslie. Music by Maurice Abrahams.
NY Maurice Abrahams Music 1914 First Edition Pictorial Cover Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "Pretty little Flo Was jealous of her beau .... When the grown up ladies act like babies, I've got t love 'em that's all...." Corner of inside leaf is lightly discolored. 13.5" x 10.5" "Al Jolson's Terrific Hit at the `New' Winter Garden Show, `Dancing Around.'" [ Jolson did not receive star billing until 1914 in "Dancing Around."] 
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Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show.  Song:  East Is West. Words by Hassard Short.  Music by Silvio Hein.  Introduced in William Harris Jr's successful production, "East Is West.", EAST IS WEST (1919)
16 EAST IS WEST (1919) Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: East Is West. Words by Hassard Short. Music by Silvio Hein. Introduced in William Harris Jr's successful production, "East Is West."
NY T.B. Harms 1919 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "Charlie Yang was a bad bad man, He chopped his suey with a tough tong clan, He wanted little Ming Toy by his side...." 13.25" x 10.5" The cover features a stylized photo of Fay Bainter in costume as Ming Toy, with a string of Chinese lanterns behind her. 
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17 FANNY. Sheet music (3) from this Broadway show. Songs: I Have To Tell You; Never Too Late For Love; Restless Heart. Music and lyrics by Harold Rome.
NY Chappell 1954 Early editions Original Wraps Very Good 
Music and lyrics to three songs from this musical starring Ezio Pinza and Walter Slezak. 12" x 9" 
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Full-color poster for the original London production of this musical by Clarke Peters -- Featuring Louis Jordan's Greatest Hits: At the Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave, London WI., FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE (1990)
18 FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE (1990) Full-color poster for the original London production of this musical by Clarke Peters -- Featuring Louis Jordan's Greatest Hits: At the Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave, London WI.
London, England Dewynters PLC (1990) First Edition Fine 
Broadside, depicting a jump band modeled on Louis Jordan's Tympany Five. "A Joyous Walloping Hit!" (The Guardian). "Cameron Mackintosh presents The Theatre Royal Stratford East Production...." "The joint never stops jumpin'!" (Time Out). 20" x 12.5" This show was based on Louis Jordan's 1943 musical short of the same name. It debuted in London in 1990, heralded by this poster, and opened on Broadway in 1992. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Sheet music (4) from this Broadway show.  Songs:  Come A-Wandering With Me;  Magic Moment;  Oh Mein Liebchen;  Something You Never Had Before. Lyrics and music by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz., GAY LIFE.
19 GAY LIFE. Sheet music (4) from this Broadway show. Songs: Come A-Wandering With Me; Magic Moment; Oh Mein Liebchen; Something You Never Had Before. Lyrics and music by Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz.
NY Harms 1961 Original editions Pictorial Covers Very Good 
Music and lyrics to four songs from this show starring Barbara Cook, Walter Chiari, and Jules Munshin. 12" x 9" 
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20 GEORGE WHITE'S SCANDALS: 1939-40 EDITION. Sheet music (2) from this Broadway show. Songs: Good Night, My Beautiful; Something I Dreamed Last Night. Music by Sammy Fain. Lyrics by Jack Yellen.
NY Crawford Music 1939 Early editions Pictorial Covers Very Good 
Music and lyrics to two songs from this musical revue. 12" x 9" 
Price: 20.00 USD
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21 GOOD NEWS! Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: Good News. Words and music by B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson.
NY DeSylva, Brown & Henderson 1927 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "Other night I saw my lucky star Saw that new moon shining from afar .... Good news! You're bound to do me good...." 12" x 9" From the Collegiate Musical Comedy, "Good News!", produced by Laurence Schwab and Frank Mandel. 
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GOODBYE GIRLS, I'M THROUGH Charles Dillingham presents Montgomery and Stone in a musical fantasy, "Chin-Chin", Goodbye...sheet music
22 Goodbye...sheet music GOODBYE GIRLS, I'M THROUGH Charles Dillingham presents Montgomery and Stone in a musical fantasy, "Chin-Chin"
NY Chappell 1914 First edition Pictorial Cover Very Good Starmer 
Words by John Golden. Music by Ivan Caryll. 8pp, words and music, in part: "I'm the happiest Lad in all the Flow'ry Kingdom A miracle has come into my life...." Cover in Chinese motif. 13.75" x 10.5" 
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GOODBYE GIRLS, I'M THROUGH. Charles Dillingham presents Montgomery and Stone in a musical fantasy, "Chin-Chin.", Goodbye...sheet music
23 Goodbye...sheet music GOODBYE GIRLS, I'M THROUGH. Charles Dillingham presents Montgomery and Stone in a musical fantasy, "Chin-Chin."
NY Chappell 1914 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good Starmer 
Words by John Golden. Music by Ivan Caryll. 8pp, words and music, in part: "I'm the happiest Lad in all the Flow'ry Kingdom A miracle has come into my life...." 13.75" x 10.5" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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HAIR, THE AMERICAN TRIBAL LOVE ROCK MUSICAL: Souvenir Book by Ed Gifford., HAIR.
24 HAIR. HAIR, THE AMERICAN TRIBAL LOVE ROCK MUSICAL: Souvenir Book by Ed Gifford.
Natoma Productions 1969 First edition Original Wraps Very Good 
Book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado. Printed in psychedelic pink, green and yellow. 24pp; song lyrics and illustrations from photographs and drawings throughout; foldout front and back cover illustrations. 11" x 8.5" 
Price: 50.00 USD
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25 HAIR. MICHAEL BUTLER PRESENTS HAIR, THE AMERICAN TRIBAL LOVE ROCK MUSICAL: Book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado.
NY Natoma Productions 1969 First edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
24pp, printed in psychedelic red, green and yellow on coated stock. Song lyrics and illustrations from photographs and drawings throughout. Faint creases. 11" x 8.5" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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26 HAIR. Sheet music (1) from this Broadway show. Song: Good Morning Starshine. Music by Galt MacDermot. Words by James Rado and Gerome Ragni.
NY United Artists Music 1968 Early edition Pictorial Cover Near Fine 
Music and lyrics to one song from this musical. 12" x 9" "The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical." 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Sheet Music (1) from this Broadway Show.  Song:  You Said Something. Book by P.G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton.  Music by Jerome Kern., HAVE A HEART.
27 HAVE A HEART. Sheet Music (1) from this Broadway Show. Song: You Said Something. Book by P.G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton. Music by Jerome Kern.
NY T.B. Harms 1916 First Edition Pictorial cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "All the girls I see Make a hit with me, Where'er I wander, I love brunettes or something blonder...." 13.25" x 10.5" "Henry W. Savage offers the Up-to-the-minute Musical Comedy, `Have A Heart'." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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HAVERLY'S 14TH STREET THEATRE PROGRAMME, Haverly, J.H.
28 Haverly, J.H. HAVERLY'S 14TH STREET THEATRE PROGRAMME
NY A.S. Sheer, Show Printing House Circa 1881 Original edition Very Good 
Broadsheet. The programme for "Sam'l of Posen, The Commercial Drummer" occupies the center column of page one, flanked by ads for: Harry Frank, The [ticket] Scalper; Lord & Taylor Parasols; Weber Pianos; etc. The verso is headed by an ad from Haverly's 14th Street Theatre and lists 13 of his enterprises; other ads appear below Haverly's. 12" x 9.25" Sam'L of Posen ; or, The Commercial Drummer is a play by George H. Jessop. In 1881, it ran for 96 performances at Haverly's 14th Street Theatre. The lead character in the play is a Polish immigrant who would like to give up his work as a traveling salesman and settle down, &c 
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ALBUM OF JEROME KERN SONGS: Volume One and Volume Two., Kern, Jerome
29 Kern, Jerome ALBUM OF JEROME KERN SONGS: Volume One and Volume Two.
NY T.B. Harms 1940-1942 First Editions Original Wraps Very Good 
pp: 47+48; portrait of Kern in each volume. Contain words and music to 24 songs, including: All The Things You Are; A Fine Romance; The Last Time I Saw Paris; Sally; Make Believe; Sunny; The Way You Look Tonight; and 17 more Jerome Kern songs from musical plays and films. Old price sticker on cover of Volume 2. 12" x 9" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Sheet music (6) from this Broadway show.  Songs:  Getting To Know You;  Hello, Young Lovers;  The March Of The Siamese Children;  My Lord and Master;  Shall We Dance?;  Something Wonderful. Music by Richard Rodgers.  Words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd., KING AND I.
30 KING AND I. Sheet music (6) from this Broadway show. Songs: Getting To Know You; Hello, Young Lovers; The March Of The Siamese Children; My Lord and Master; Shall We Dance?; Something Wonderful. Music by Richard Rodgers. Words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd.
NY Williamson Music 1951 Early editions Pictorial Covers Very Good 
Music and lyrics to six songs from this musical starring Gertrude Lawrence, three from the movie version. 12" x 9" 
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