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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Irving Kaufman.

After all

3750: Edison Blue Amberol
6648: Edison Record

[1919]

2

Irving Kaufman.

All the world will be jealous of me

3290: Edison Blue Amberol
5626: Edison Record

[1917]

3

Irving Kaufman.

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

3456: Indestructible Record

[1919]

4

Gladys Rice and Irving Kaufman.

Dance with me [from] Betty

3078: Edison Blue Amberol
5082-C: Edison Record

[1916]

5

Irving Kaufman.

Don't cry, little girl, don't cry

3702: Edison Blue Amberol
6524-C: Edison Record

[1918]

6

Irving Kaufman.

Everybody loves my girl

2390: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

7

Irving Kaufman and Chorus of Girls.

Eyes have a language of their own

3072: Edison Blue Amberol
5081: Edison Record

[1917]

8

Irving Kaufman and chorus.

Firefly

2724: Edison Blue Amberol
4072: Edison Record

[1915]

9

Irving Kaufman.

I found the end of the rainbow

3714: Edison Blue Amberol
6552: Edison Record

[1919]

10

Irving Kaufman.

It's always orange day in California

3040: Edison Blue Amberol
4954-A: Edison Record

[1917]

11

Irving Kaufman and chorus.

Listen to that Dixie band

2633: Edison Blue Amberol
3735: Edison Record

[1915]

12

Irving Kaufman.

Me-ow

3808: Edison Blue Amberol
6712: Edison Record

[1919]

13

Irving Kaufman.

Mickey

3448: Indestructible Record

[1919]

14

Irving Kaufman.

My fox trot wedding day

2781: Edison Blue Amberol
4221: Edison Record

[1916]

15

Gladys Rice and Irving Kaufman.

My hula maid

2736: Edison Blue Amberol
4076: Edison Record

[1915]

16

Irving Kaufman.

Oh' how I hate to get up in the morning

1569: Indestructible Record

[191-]

17

Irving Kaufman.

Pull the cork out of Erin

3342: Edison Blue Amberol
5622: Edison Record

[1917]

18

Irving Kaufman [i.e. Al Bernard].

Regretful blues

3457: Indestructible Record

[1919?]

19

Kaufman Brothers (Irving Kaufman and Jack Kaufman).

Rose of no-man's land

3435: Indestructible Record

[1918]

20

Irving Kaufman and Male Chorus.

Sailing on the good ship Sunshine

23399: Edison Blue Amberol Record
3947: Edison Record

[1915]

21

Irving Kaufman and Male Chorus.

Sailing on the good ship sunshine

2705: Edison Blue Amberol
3947-C: Edison Record

[1915]

22

Irving Kaufman and Chorus.

She lives down in our alley

2694: Edison Blue Amberol
3932: Edison Record

[1915]

23

Irving Kaufman.

Some little girl named Mary

2672: Edison Blue Amberol
3842: Edison Record

[1915]

24

Irving Kaufman.

Some little girl named Mary

23387: Edison Blue Amberol
3842: Edison Record

[1915]

25

Irving Kaufman.

The stormy sea of love

2980: Edison Blue Amberol
4784: Edison Record

[1916]

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