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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Charles Hart and Elliott Shaw.

Alabama lullaby

3462: Indestructible Record

[1919?]

2

Carl Ely.

All bound 'round with the Mason-Dixon line

3422: Indestructible Record

[1917?]

3

Louise and Ferera.

Aloha oe

3426: Indestructible Record

[1917?]

4

Federal Dance Orchestra.

Beautiful Ohio

3444: Indestructible Record

[1919]

5

Charles Hart and Elliott Shaw.

By the campfire

3458: Indestructible Record

[1919]

6

Al Bernard.

Bye-low

3494: Indestructible Record

[1919?]

7

Irving Kaufman.

Cows may come and cows may go but the bull will go on forever

3456: Indestructible Record

[1919]

8

Alfred Dubois.

Dear old pal of mine

3481: Indestructible Record

[1919]

9

Charles Hart and Elliott Shaw.

Friends

3459: Indestructible Record

[1919?]

10

Henry Burr.

God be with you till we meet again

3465: Indestructible Record

[1919]

11

Peerless Quartette.

Good-bye Broadway, hello France

3418: Indestructible Record

[1917]

12

Helen Louise and Frank Ferera.

Hawiian hula [sic]

3407: Indestructible Record

[1917]

13

Louis James [i.e. Lewis James].

Heart of a rose

3452: Indestructible Record

[1919?]

14

Dan W. Quinn [actually Arthur Collins].

Hello Hawaii, how are you?

3382: Indestructible Record

[1915?]

15

Peerless Quartette.

I may be gone for a long, long time

3423: Indestructible Record

[1918]

16

Charles Hart and Elliott Shaw.

I'm forever blowing bubbles

3451: Indestructible Record

[1919]

17

Al Bernard.

I've got my captain working for me now

3493: Indestructible Record

[1919]

18

Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

Joan of Arc, they are calling you

1560: Indestructible Record

[1918]

19

Helen Louise and Frank Ferera.

Kamehameha

1553: Indestructible Record

[1917]

20

Band.

Marching through Georgia

3469: Indestructible Record

[1919?]

21

Irving Kaufman.

Mickey

3448: Indestructible Record

[1919]

22

Federal Band.

Missouri waltz

1568: Indestructible Record

[1918]

23

Federal Band.

National anthems of the Allies

3430: Indestructible Record

[1917]

24

Dan W. Quinn.

Naughty, naughty, naughty

1550: Indestructible Record

[1917]

25

Orlando's Orchestra.

Nobody knows etc.

3497: Indestructible Record

[191-?]

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