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175 lots

December 9, 2008

2915 North Sherman Boulevard

Milwaukee, WI, WI 53210 USA

Phone: 00 1 414 873 3788

Fax: 00 1 414 873 5229

Email: askus@schragerauction.com

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Lot 176: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1) "WHEN IT'S SPRINGTIME

Description: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1) "WHEN IT'S SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES," by Mary Woolset, Robert Sauer and Milt Taggart, as featured by Rudy Vallee and his Connecticut Yankees< pub by Villa Moret Inc., San Francisco, CA, 1929. Condition: about very fine, pencil inscribed and stamped. 2) "STEIN SONG" (Universit of Maine), a new arrangement by Rudy Vallee, for voice and piano, music by E.A. Fenstad, arrangement by A.W. Sprague, words by Lincoln Colcord, pub by Carl Fischer, Inc. NY, 1910, 1917 &1930. Condition: extremely fine, small tears noted. 3) "I'M ALONE BECAUSE I LOVE YOU," words and music by Joe Young, featured by Rudy Vallee, autographed & inscribed to: "Witmarks" by R. Vallee, pub by M. Witmark & Sons, NY, 1930, Condition: very fine, small tears noted at right and left, stamp inscribed 4)"OLD NEW ENGLAND MOON" words and music by Dave Vance & George P. Howard, featuring Rudy Vallee, pub by Irving Berlin, Inc., NY, 1930, Condition: pencil and ink inscribed 5)"WITH ALL MY HEART" words by Tom Ford, music by Earl Lawrence & Jack Mason, featured by Rudy Vallee, pub by Chappell-Harms Inc., NY, 1930, Condition: cover separated along the spine of the cover, top right corner missing Opening bid; $

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Lot 177: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1)"AFTER MY LAUGHTER CAME

Description: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1)"AFTER MY LAUGHTER CAME TEARS" words by Charles Tobias & Roy Turk, music by Roy Turk, featuring Virginia West of Weils Virginia & West, pub by Shapiro Bernstein & Co., NY, 1928, Condition: excellent 2)"HONEY" fox trot song, words & music by Seymour Simons, Haven Gallespie & Richard A. Whiting, featured by Jack Albin, pub by Leo Feist Inc., NY, 1928, Condition: excellent 3)"ANGELA MIA" (My Angel), music by Erno Rapee, lyric by Lew Pollack, theme from the William Fox Production "Street Angel," featuring Janet Gaynor & Chas. Farrell on the cover, pub by DeSylva, Brown & Henderson Inc., 1928, Condition: cover separated from the spine 4)"SWEET LOVIN' MARIE" words by Chas. F. Gordon, music by Clifton Keith, pubby Chas. F. Gordon, 1928, Condition: excellent 5)"POMPANOLA" Chas. Dillingham presents Dorothy Stone in a new musical entertainment "Three Cheers," book by Anne Caldwell & R. H. Burnside, lyrics by Anne Caldwell, music by Raymond Hubbell, pub by DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, NY, 1928, Condition: extremely fine, small tears noted, ink inscribed Opening bid; $

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Lot 178: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1)"RAG DOLL" by Nacio Herb

Description: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1)"RAG DOLL" by Nacio Herb Brown, writer of "Doll Dance," pub by Sherman Clay & Co., San Francisco, 1928, Condition: excellent, stamp inscribed 2)"C.O.N.S.T.A.N.T.I.N.O.P.L.E by Harry Carlton, pub by DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc., 1928, cover illus by Pud Lane, ink inscribed 3)"I FAW DOWN AN' O BOOM" by James Brockman, Leonard Stevens, & B. B. B., pub by Donaldson, Douglas & Gumble, Inc., 1928, Condition: cover separated along seam 4)"TOY TOWN ADMIRAL" words by Fred Godfrey, music by Paul Andrew, (American version by Gene & Ford & Glenn), pub by Forster Music Publishers Inc., Chicago, 1928, Condition: very fine 5)"I WONDER" by Abner Silver, Maceo Pinkard, & Benny Davis, pub by Irving Berlin Inc., 1928, Condition: excellent Opening bid; $

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Lot 179: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1)"BRIGHT EYES" words by

Description: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1)"BRIGHT EYES" words by Harry B. Smith, music by Otto Motzan and M. K. Jerome, pub by Mills Music Inc., 1931, Condition: slight tear on top of cover, pen inscribed 2)"BROKEN-HEARTED WALTZ" words by Nick Kenny, music by Little Jack Little, pub by Davis, Coots & Engel Inc., 1931, Condition: excellent 3)"HEARTACHES" words by John Klenner, music by Al Hoffman, pub by Olman Music Corp., NY, 1931, Condition: cover separated in half along the seam 4)"KISS BY KISS" (I'm Falling In Love With You), lyric by Jack Meskill, and Ray Klages, music by Vincent Rose, pub by Phil Kornheiser Inc., NY, 1931, Condition: cover separated along spine, ink inscribed 5)"I'M JUST A DANCING SWEETHEART" words by Charlie Tobias, music by Peter DeRose, pub by Joe Morris, Co., NY, 1931, featured by Bob Lightner & his orchestra, Condition: extremely fine Opening bid; $

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Lot 180: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1)"STRANGERS" words by

Description: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1)"STRANGERS" words by Chas. O'Flynn, music by J. Fred Coots, pub by Irving Berlin, Inc., 1931, Condition: excellent, pencil inscribed 2)"MY PARADISE" by Joe Sanders, pub by Irving Berlin Inc., 1931, Condition: excellent, stamp inscribed 3)"IN THE GLOAMING BY THE FIRESIDE" by Ray Noble, Jimmy Campbell, & Reg Connelly, featured by Gus Arnheim & his orchestra on the cover, pub by Robbins Music Corp., NY, 1931, Condition: excellent, ink inscribed 4)"I WOULDN'T CHANGE YOU FOR THE WORLD" words by Chas. Newman, music by Isham Jones, featuring Herbie-Kay, (National Broadcasting Co.), pub by Olman Music Corp., 1931, Condition: excellent, pencil inscribed 5)"SAY A LITTLE PRAYER FOR ME" lyric by Josef George Gilbert, music by Horatio Nicholls, pub by M. Witmark & Sons, NY, 1930 Opening bid; $

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