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 From Wurlitzer roll number 6500 estimated issue date: early 1919
 
5. "Till We Meet Again" Richard A. Whiting; August 30,1918 
 7. "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" Kenbroven & Kellette; January 4, 1919 
 8. "Smiles" Lee S. Roberts; August 25, 1917 
 9. "Stars And Stripes Forever" John P. Sousa; May 14, 1897 
 10. "That Wonderful Mother Of Mine" Walter Goodwin; July 5, 1918 
 
 From Wurlitzer roll number 6505
 
1. "Some Sunday Morning" Richard A. Whiting; July 30, 1917 
 2. "Meet Me At The Station, Dear" Ted Snyder; May 4, 1917 
 3. "The Rainbow March" Louis Maurice; November 14, 1917 
 4. "Dreaming, Valse" Archibald Joyce; December 2, 1911 
 5. "Thurston" A. J. Stasney; 
 6. "Cicile Waltz" Frank W. McKee; May 29, 1914 
 7. (unknown) 
 8. "Dream Days" C. L. Johnson; June 5, 1913 
 
 From Wurlitzer roll number 6511 estimated issue date: early 1915
 
1. "World Peace" J. S. Zamenik; October 9, 1914 
 3. "Tip-Top Tipperary Mary" Harry Carrol; October 31, 1914 
 4. "Bric-A-Brac" Charles Coots 
 5. "My Croony Melody" Goetz & Goodwin; June 18, 1914 
 6. "Love's Own Sweet Song" Emmerich Kalman; April 21, 1914 
 7. "I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On The Farm)"
 Irving Berlin; July 30, 1914  
 8. "Down Among The Shelering Palms" Abe Olman; July 30, 1914 
 9. "I Wonder What Will William Tell" Music By X; August 19, 1914 
 
 From Wurlitzer roll number 6512
 
1. "Southern Nights" Lee S. Roberts; May 16, 1917
 2. "Over The Top" Geoffrey O'Hara; October 23, 1917
 3. "Italian Nights" Lee S. Roberts; May 9, 1918
 4. "The Minstrel King" Charles C. Sweeley; January 16, 1911
 5. "Beautiful Ohio" Mary Earl; January 18, 1918
 7. "Felicia" Vernon Eville; March 9, 1916
 8. "Dreamy Hawaiian Moon" Lee S. Roberts; May 9, 1918
 9. "The Fight Is On" Carl D.Vandersloot; January 23, 1918
 
 From Wurlitzer roll number 6514
 
2. "Recollections From The South" arr. Paul de Ville
 3. "Rocked In The Cradle Of The Deep" Joseph P. Knight; 1839
 5. "Sounds From Erin" C. W. Benett; June 6, 1912
 8. "Waltz (from "Romeo And Juliet")" Charles Gounod; 1867
 
 From Wurlitzer roll number 6516
 
1. "American patrol" F. W. Meacham; March 30, 1885
 2. "Battle Hymn Of The Republic"
 attributed to William Steffe; April 9, 1862
 3. "Hail Columbia" attributed to Philip Phile; 1789
 4. "Onward Christian Soldiers" Sir Arthur Sullivan; December 1, 1871
 5. "America" (traditional)
 6. "Battle Cry Of Freedom" George F. Root; 1863
 7. "Tenting On The Old Camp Ground" Walter Kittredge; 1864
 8. "El Capitan" John P. Sousa; May 18, 1896
 9. "Just Before The Battle, Mother" George F. Root; 1863
 10. "The Star Spangled Banner" attributed to John Stafford Smith; 1814
 
 From Wurlitzer roll number 6519 a reissue of roll 6551 which was listed for April 1919
 
1. "Little Annie Roonie" Michael Nolan; April 4, 1889
 2. "After The Ball" Charles K. Harris; November 12, 1892
 3. "The Sweetest Story Ever Told" R. M. Stults; December 19, 1892
 4. "Sweet Marie" Raymond Moore; 1893
 5. "Maggie Murphy's Home" Dave Braham; December 23, 1890
 6. "The Sidewalks Of New York" Lawlor & Blake; August 27, 1894
 7. "Sweet Rosie O'Grady" Maude Nugent; July 25,1896
 8. "Come Take A Trip On My Airship" G. Evans; July 7, 1904
 9. "Little Maggie May" Addison P. Wyman; 1868
 10. "Lullaby" (from the 1886 operetta "Erminie") Edward Jacobowski; June 2, 1886
 
 From Wurlitzer roll number 6521 estimated issue date: mid 1916
 
1. "All America" J. S. Zamecnik; Febuary 11, 1916
 2. (unknown)
 4. "Kiss Me Again" Victor Herbert; April 16, 1915
 5. "Love Me At Twilight" Bert Grant; April 8, 1916
 6. "Pierrot And Pierrette" Leo Edwards; Febuary 1, 1916
 8. (unknown)
 9. "In The Beautiful Seaside Air" Walter Donaldson; May 6, 1916
 10. "Bridal Blushes" Johann C. Schmid; September 21, 1915
 
 From Wurlitzer roll number 6525 estimated issue date: late 1916
 
1. "When Evening Shadows Fall" William Polla; July 22, 1916
 2. "Sweet Cider Time When You Were Mine"
 Percy Wenrich; Febuary 11, 1916
 3. "If I Knock The L Out Of Kelly (It Would Still Be Kelly To Me)"
 Bert Grant; June 3, 1916
 4. "Bugle Call Rag" Blake & Morgan; January 27, 1916
 5. "On The South Sea Isle" Harry Von Tilzer; July 10, 1916
 9. "Take Me To My Alabam" Harry Tobias; August 18, 1916

From Wurlitzer roll number 6526
1. "The Fairest Of The Fair" John P. Sousa; August 18,1908
2. "La Gitana" E. Bucalossi; 1886
3. "The Storm King" E. T. Paull; March 2, 1902
4. "The Spirit Of Love" John T. Hall; Febuary 13, 1901
5. "March Lorraine" Louis Ganne; August 31, 1906
7. "Manhattan Beach" John P. Sousa; September 10, 1893
8. "Spring, Beautiful Spring" Paul Lincke; 1903
9. "Entry Of The Gladiators" Julius Fucik; April 13, 1911 -
                      "Triumphal March (Thunder And Blazes)" March 1, 1902
10. "Dolores" Emile Waldteufel; 1880

From Wurlitzer roll number 6527
1. "Palace Of Peace" C. M. Vandersloot; Jul 23, 1914
2. "A Dream" J. C. Bartlett; Jun 28, 1902
3. "The Great American; Theodore Roosevelt" Harry J. Lincoln: Nov 22, 1919
4. "Waltz Medley" Ernest R. Ball
   a) Mother Machree (From the 1910 musical "Barry Of Ballymore")
   b) A Little Bit Of Heaven (Shure They Call It Ireland)
   c) When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (From the 1912 musical "Isle O' Dreams")
5. "The Thundercloud" Harry L. Alford; Oct 5, 1926
6." Seņora " Joseph S. Nathan; May 14, 1907
7. "Big Ben" Thomas S. Allen; 1916
8. "Bonita" S. B. Egan; 1909  (Waltz )
9. "Aurora Borealis" Robert De Socio; Mar 19, 1921
10. "Operatic Waltzes"
 

From Wurlitzer roll number 6530
1. "Stein Song (U. of Main)" E. A. Fenstad; June 23, 1910
2. "The Gipsy Baron" Johann Strauss; October 24, 1885
3. "The Flash Light" Harry J. Lincoln; October 26, 1908
4. "Wine Women And Song" Johann Strauss jr.; August 1869
5. "Seventh Regiment" Meyer
6. "Jolly Fellows" Robert Vollstedt; ca.  1895
7. "The Midnight Flier" E. T. Paull; April 7, 1903
8. "Marsovia" Henriette Blanke-Belcher; April 24, 1908
9. "Repasz Band" Charles C. Sweeney;July 2, 1901
10. "Golden Sunset" John T. Hall; 1903

From Wurlitzer roll number 6534b listed for January 1918
1. "I Don't Want To Get Well" Harry Jentes; September 27, 1917
3. "Just You" Con Barth; 1917
4. "I May Be Gone For A Long Long Time"  Albert Von Tilzer; June 25, 1917
5. "Whose Little Heart Are You Breaking Now" Irving Berlin; August 27, 1917
6. "Break The News To Mother" Charles K. Harris; January 8, 1898
7. "It's A Long Way To Berlin, But We'll Get There"  Leon Flatow; September 7, 1917
8. "Southern Gals" Albert Gumble; July 20, 1917
9. "Someone Is Waiting For You" Al. Piantadosi; September 29, 1917
10. "The Old Grey Mare" Frank Panella; October 4, 1917

From Wurlitzer roll number 6535 estimated issue date: early 1918
1. "Just A Baby's Prayer At Twilight" M. K. Jerome; January 2, 1918
2, "In The Land Of Wedding Bells" George W. Meyer; October 13, 1917
3. "The Wild, Wild Women Are Making A Wild Man Out Of Me"  Al Piantadosi; December 18, 1917
4. "They Go Wild, Simply Wild, Over Me" Fred Fisher; July 19, 1917
5. "When You Play With The Heart Of A girl"  Albert Von Tilzer; December 31, 1917
6. "The Dream Of A Soldier Boy"  James V. Monaco; November 30, 1917
7. "My Sweetie" Irving Berlin; October 11, 1917
8. "Somewhere In France Is The Lilly"  Joseph E. Howard; August 10, 1917
9. "I'm Going To Follow The Boys"  James V. Monaco; November 30, 1917
10. "Slippery Hank" F. H. Losey; June 16, 1908

From Wurlitzer roll number 6545 (recut)
2. "When You Come Back, And You Will Come Back, There's A Whole  World Waiting For You" George M. Cohen; August 12, 1918
4. "A Little Birch Canoe And You" Lee S. Roberts; August 5, 1918

From Wurlitzer roll number 6607 listed for April 1922
1. "The U. S. Field Artillery March" John P. Sousa; January 22, 1918
2. "Maytime Waltzes" Sigmund Romberg; September 25, 1917
3. "Soldiers Of Fortune" Louise V. Gustin; June 19, 1901
4. "Call Me Back, Pal O' Mine" Harold Dixon; January 5, 1921
5. "Washington Grays March" C. S. Grafulla; December 26, 1905
6. "Susquehanna Shore" Harry D. Squires; June 27, 1921
7. "The Twelfth Regiment" Harry J. Lincoln; March 30, 1908
8. "Heart's Devotion" F. H. Losey; September 23, 1914

From Wurlitzer recut roll number 6809
2. "National Emblem" Edwin Eugene Bagley; June 30, 1906
3. "General Pershing" Carl D. Vandersloot; March 9, 1918
4. "Lights Out" Earl E. McCoy; March 6, 1905
6. "The Midnight Flyer" E. T. Paull; April 7, 1903
7. "Our Director" F. E. Bigelow; May 7, 1895
10. "The Volunteers" John P. Sousa; May 10, 1918

From Wurlitzer recut roll number 6810
1. "The U. S. Field Artillary March" John P. Sousa; January 22, 1918
3. "Hands Across The Sea" John P. Sousa; April 28,1899
5. "The Naval Reserve March" John P. Sousa; January 28, 1917
6. "The Diplomat" John P. Sousa; November 21, 1904
7. "Liberty Bell" John P. Sousa; November 25, 1893
9. "The Thunderer" John P. Sousa; November 1, 1899
10. "Sabre And Spurs" John P. Sousa; July 6, 1918


From Wurlitzer recut roll number 6811
2. "The Skaters" Emile Walteuful; December 1892
3. "Wedding Of The Winds" John T. Hall; April 2, 1896
4. "Estudiantina" Lacome-Walteufel;December 22, 1881
6. "Over The Waves" Juventino Rosas; August 1888
7. "Tesoro Mio" Ernesto Becucci; July 2, 1906
9. "Espanita Waltz" George Rosey; January 3, 1898


From Wurlitzer recut roll number 6813
1. "Roses From The South" J. Strauss jr;October 2, 1880
2. "Vienna Blood" J. Strauss jr; July, 1873
3. "Artist's Life" J. Strauss jr;August, 1867
4. "Wine, Women And Song" J. Strauss jr; August, 1869
5. "You And You" J. Strauss jr; June, 1874
6. "On The Beautiful Blue Danube" J. Strauss jr; 1867
9. "Kiss Waltz" J. Strauss jr;
10. "One Thousand Ane One Nights" J. Strauss jr; August 1871


From Wurlitzer recut roll number 6814
8. "Love's Dream After The Ball" Alphons Czibulka
10. "Valse Bleue" Alfred Margis; May 17, 1900
 


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