Good-bye Broadway, hello France!
Copyright 1917, music by Billy Baskette ; words by C. Francis Reisner and Benny Davis., For voice and piano., Caption title., Advertising includes musical incipits for "If I had a son for each star in Old Glory" and "i called you my sweetheart"., "Big song hit of "Passing show of 1917," at N.Y. Winter Garden"--Cover., Cover illustration: French and American soldiers standing on the shores of their country's shaking hands across the Atlantic with airplanes above and ships in the ocean as well as images of the New York and Paris skylines including the Statue of Liberty and Eiffel Tower and a silohuetted scene of soldiers marching / Starmer., Digitizing agency: University of Missouri--Kansas City. Library. Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Special Collections.
We're coming over after you
Copyright 1917, music by Norman Nathan ; words by Chas. E. Henderson., For voice and piano., Caption title., Advertising includes musical incipits for "I need someone just like you" by Al Weston and "'Neath the eucalyptus tree" by Norman Nathan., Cover illustration: Giant Uncle Sam striding from a soldier-filled U.S. over the atlantic filled with battleships and submarine periscopes to Europe where there's a caricature of Kaiser Wilhelm, the air around Uncle Sam is filled with fighter planes and Uncle Sam is holding a rolled paper labeled 'Liberty Bond'., Digitizing agency: University of Missouri--Kansas City. Library. Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Special Collections.
When Jack comes sailing home again
Copyright 1908, by Nora Bayes Norworth., For voice and piano., Cover title., Advertising includes musical incipits for "Mandy Lane" by Wm J. McKenna ; "I want someone to call me dearie" by Egbert van Alstyne and "Sweetheart days" by J. Anton Dailey., Cover illustration: Crowd of people at a pier waving small American flags to see off (or welcome) battleships; includes small inset photo of Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth / Starmer., "Dedicated to the home coming of the Atlantic Squadron"--Cover., Digitizing agency: University of Missouri--Kansas City. Library. Dr. Kenneth J. LaBudde Special Collections.