The George H. O'Connor Recording Collection

The George H. O'Connor Recording Collection consist of 74 phonograph records, each of which has at least one recording by George H. O'Connor (1874 - 1946). The reverse side of many of the records have recordings by such artists as Al Jolson, Morton Harvey, Arthur Fields, Marguerite Farrell and Irving Kaufman. Most of the records are copies of those made available to the public (probably made between 1916 and 1917), but there are several special recordings of broadcasts in memory of O'Connor (by WOL, WWDC, and WINX) as well as recordings of live performances by O'Connor. The collection first belonged to George H. O'Connor but then was augmented with the memorial recordings by his son, George H. O'Connor, Jr. For more information about George H. O'Connor and his Collection, please see the finding aid for The George H. O'Connor Papers.

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Number of Boxes: 2
Extent: .5 linear feet
Provenance: Gift of George H. O'Connor, Jr., May, 1985
Date Span: (1916? - 1917?)
Processed by: Michael J. North
Date: September 29, 1988

Box 1 Folder 1
"Ain't You Coming Back to Dixieland"
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Ain't You Coming Back to Dixieland sung by George O'Connor, with If You Had All the World and It's Gold sung by Jim Doherty on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 2
"Alabama Jamboree" 1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Alabama Jamboree sung by George O'Connor, with Mississippi Barbecue sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 3
"Alabama Jamboree" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Alabama Jamboree sung by George O'Connor, with Mississippi Barbecue sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 4
"Bar Association Party at George O'Connor's" #1
Date: 2 Jul 1941
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Hand-labelled, "Bar Association Party at George O'Connor's, Part 1....Part 2." Dated 2 Jul 1941.


Box 1 Folder 5
"Bar Association Party at George O'Connor's" #2
Date: 2 Jul 1941
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Hand-labelled, "Bar Association Party at George O'Connor's, Part 1....Part 2." Dated 2 Jul 1941.


Box 1 Folder 6
"Come on to Nashville, Tennessee" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Come on to Nashville, Tennessee, sung by George O'Connor, with The Kid is Clever sung by Collins and Harlan on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 7
"Come on to Nashville, Tennessee" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Come on to Nashville, Tennessee sung by George O'Connor, with The Kid is Clever sung by Collins and Harlan on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 8
"District Roundtable, WWDC George H. O'Connor Tribute"
Date: 22 Aug 1954
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ". Hand-labelled, "District Roundtable, WWDC George H. O'Connor Tribute, Part 1....Part 2." Dated 22 Aug 1954.


Box 1 Folder 9
"Down South Everybody's Happy" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Down South Everybody's Happy sung by George O'Connor, with Down Where the Sweet Potatoes Grow sung by George O'Connor and the Columbia Quartette on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 10
"Down South Everybody's Happy" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Down South Everybody's Happy sung by George O'Connor, with Down Where the Sweet Potatoes Grow sung by George O'Connor and the Columbia Quartette.


Box 1 Folder 11
"Ephraham's Jazzbo Band" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Ephraham's Jazzbo Band sung by George O'Connor, with Everybody Loves a "Jass" Band sung by Arthur Fields on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 12
"Ephraham's Jazzbo Band" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Ephraham's Jazzbo Band sung by George O'Connor, with Everybody Loves a "Jass" Band sung by Arthur Fields on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 13
"Friendly Sons of St. Patrick"
Date: 21 Feb 1946
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ". Hand-labelled, "Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, George O'Connor and Troubadors, Part 1", with "Part 2 and Linda Mujer" on the reverse. Dated 21 Feb 1946.


Box 1 Folder 14
"Gasoline Gus and his Jitney Bus" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Gasoline Gus and his Jitney Bus sung by George O'Connor, with Scaddle-De-Mooch sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 15
"Gasoline Gus and his Jitney Bus" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Gasoline Gus and his Jitney Bus sung by George O'Connor, with Scaddle-De-Mooch sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 16
"George H. O'Connor Memorial Broadcast", Parts 1 & 3
Date: 20 Aug 1949
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ". Hand-labelled, "George H. O'Connor Memorial Broadcast...Part 1....Part 3." Dated 20 Aug 1949 and "also 2 Oct (1949)."


Box 1 Folder 17
"George O'Connor Memorial Broadcast", Parts 2 & 4
Date: 20 Aug 1949
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ". Hand-labelled, "Radio Broadcast Memorial Program for George O'Connor...Part 2....Part 4." Dated 20 Aug 1949.


Box 1 Folder 18
"George O'Connor Tribute", Parts 1 & 3
Date: 21 Aug 1949
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ". Type and hand-labelled, "George O'Connor Tribute, Station WOL...Part 1....Part 3." Dated 21 Aug 1949.


Box 1 Folder 19
"George O'Connor Tribute," Parts 2 & 4
Date: 21 Aug 1949
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ". Type and hand-labelled, "George O'Connor Tribute, Station WOL...Part 2....Part 4." Dated 21 Aug 1949.


Box 1 Folder 20
"Hop a Jitney with Me" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Hop a Jitney with Me sung by George O'Connor, with In Mattewan sung by Arthur Fields on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 21
"Hop a Jitney with Me" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Hop a Jitney with Me sung by George O'Connor, with In Mattewan sung by Arthur Fields on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 22
"I Ain't Got Nobody" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I Ain't Got Nobody sung by George O'Connor, with Everybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues But I'm Happy sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 23
"I Ain't Got Nobody" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I Ain't Got Nobody sung by George O'Connor, with Everybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues but I'm Happy sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 24
"I Ain't Got Nobody" #3
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I Ain't Got Nobody sung by George O'Connor, with Everybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues but I'm Happy sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 25
"I Ain't Prepared for That" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I Ain't Prepared for That sung by George O'Connor, with Someone Else May Be There While I'm Gone sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 26
"I Ain't Prepared for That" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I Ain't Prepared for That sung by George O'Connor, with Someone Else May Be There While I'm Gone sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 27
"I Ain't Prepared for That" #3
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I Ain't Prepared for That sung by George O'Connor, with Someone Else May Be There While I'm Gone sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 28
"I Guess I'll Soon Be Back in Dixieland" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I Guess I'll Soon Be Back in Dixieland sung by George O'Connor, with These Feet of Mine sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 29
"I Guess I'll Soon Be Back in Dixieland" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I Guess I'll Soon Be Back in Dixieland sing by George O'Connor, with These Feet of Mine sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 30
"I'm Gone" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I'm Gone sung by George O'Connor, with Oh Joe, With Your Fiddle and Your Bow, You Stole my Heart Away sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 31
"I'm Gone" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I'm Gone sung by George O'Connor, with Oh Joe, With Your Fiddle and Your Bow, You Stole My Heart Away sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 32
"I'm Gone" #3
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I'm Gone, sung by George O'Connor, with Oh Joe, With your Fiddle and Your Bow, You Stole My Heart Away sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 33
"I'm Homesick" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I'm Homesick sung by George O'Connor, with Out of a City of Six Million People sung by Marguerite Farrell on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 34
"I'm Homesick" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. I'm Homesick sung by George O'Connor, with Out of a City of Six Million People sung by Marguerite Farrell on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 35
"Jazzin' the Cotton Town Blues" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Jazzin' the Cotton Town Blues sung by George O'Connor, with There's Always Something Doin' Down in Dixie sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 1 Folder 36
"Jazzin' the Cotton Town Blues" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Jazzin' the Cotton Town Blues sung by George O'Connor, with There's Always Something Doin' Down in Dixie sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 1
"Loading up the Mandy Lee" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Loading up the Mandy Lee sung by George O'Connor, with P.S. Mr. Johnson Sends Best Regards sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 2
"Loading up the Mandy Lee" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Loading up the Mandy Lee sung by George O'Connor, with P.S. Mr. Johnson Sends Best Regards sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 3
"Magic Key Program"
Date: 6 Mar 1938
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ", 78 rpm. Type and hand-labelled, "Magic Key Program, George O'Connor...American Broadcast Company (ABC)." Dated 6 Mar 1938. Nothing on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 4
"Memorial Radio Program for George O'Connor" Pts. 1 & 2
Date: 20 Aug 1949
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ". Hand-labelled, "Memorial Radio Program for George H. O'Connor...Station WOL...Part 1....Part 2" Dated 20 Aug 1949.


Box 2 Folder 5
"Memorial Radio Program for George O'Connor" Pts. 3 & 4
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ". Hand-labelled, "Part 2 and Part 3....Part 4 (Incomplete)." Probably latter parts of "Memorial Program for George O'Connor, Station WOL" (Box 2, Folder 4).


Box 2 Folder 6
"Memorial to George O'Connor," Part 1
Date: 20 Aug 1952
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ", 33 1/3 rpm. Hand-labelled, "Memorial to George O'Connor...Radio Station: WINX...Part 1."


Box 2 Folder 7
"Memorial to George O'Connor" Parts 2 & 3
Date: 20 Aug 1952
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ", 33 1/3 rpm. Hand-labelled, "Memorial to George O'Connor...Radio Station WINX...Part 2...Part 3." Dated 20 Aug 1952.


Box 2 Folder 8
"Memorial to George O'Connor," Parts 4 & 5
Date: 20 Aug 1952
Description: 1 phonograph record, 12 ", 33 1/3 rpm. Hand-labelled, "Memorial to George O'Connor...Station WINX...Part 4....Part 5." Dated 20 Aug 1952.


Box 2 Folder 9
"Misery" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Misery sung by George O'Connor, with That Good Melody sung by Irving Kaufman on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 10
"Misery" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Misery sung by George O'Connor, with That Good Melody sung by Irving Kaufman on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 11
"Nigger Blues" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Nigger Blues sung by George O'Connor, with I'm Saving up the Means to Get to New Orleans sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 12
"Nigger Blues" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Nigger Blues sung by George O'Connor, with I'm Saving up the Means to Get to New Orleans sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 13
"Nigger Blues" #3
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Nigger Blues sung by George O'Connor, with I'm Saving up the Means to Get to New Orleans sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 14
"On My Way to New Orleans" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. On My Way to New Orleans sung by George O'Connor, with Everybody Rag With Me sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 15
"On My Way to New Orleans" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. On My Way to New Orleans sung by George O'Connor, with Everybody Rag With Me sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 16
"On My Way to New Orleans" #3
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. On My Way to New Orleans, sung by George O'Connor, with Everybody Rag With Me sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 17
"Oh Southern City" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Oh Southern City sung by George O'Connor, with How Could Washington Be a Married Man sung by M. J. O'Connell on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 18
"Oh Southern City" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Oh Southern City sung by George O'Connor, with How Could Washington Be a Married Man sung by M. J. O'Connell on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 19
"Pray for the Lights to Go Out" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Pray for the Lights to Go Out, sung by George O'Connor, with They're Wearing 'Em Higher in Hawaii sung by Morton Harvey on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 20
"Pray for the Lights to Go Out" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Pray for the Lights to Go Out sung by George O'Connor, with They're Wearing 'Em Higher in Hawaii sung by Morton Harvey on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 21
"Pray for the Lights to Go Out" #3
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Pray for the Lights to Go Out sung by George O'Connor, with They're Wearing 'Em Higher in Hawaii sung by Morton Harvey on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 22
"Roaming Around" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Roaming Around, sung by George O'Connor, with At the Mississippi Cabaret sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 23
"Roaming Around" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Roaming Around sung by George O'Connor, with At the Mississippi Cabaret sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 24
"Roaming Around" #3
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Roaming Around sung by George O'Connor, with At the Mississippi Cabaret sung by George O'Connor on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 25
"Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay sung by George O'Connor, with You Never Can Be Too Sure About the Girls sung by M. J. O'Connell on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 26
"Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay sung by George O'Connor, with You Never Can Be Too Sure About the Girls sung by M. J. O'Connell on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 27
"She's Dixie All the Time" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. She's Dixie All the Time sung by George O'Connor, with Wonderful Girl, Good Night sung by Samuel Ash on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 28
"She's Dixie All the Time" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. She's Dixie All the Time sung by George O'Connor, with Wonderful Girl, Good Night sung by Samuel Ash on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 29
"Sons of America"
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. Sons of America sung by George O'Connor, with Three Cheers for the Army and Navy sung by Edgar Stoddard and the Broadway Quartette on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 30
"They May Call You Hawaiian on Broadway" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. They May Call You Hawaiian on Broadway sung by George O'Connor, with Cannibal King sung by Collins and Harlan on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 31
"They May Call You Hawaiian on Broadway" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. They May Call You Hawaiian on Broadway sung by George O'Connor, with Cannibal King by Collins and Harlan on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 32
"They May Call You Hawaiian on Broadway" #3
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. They May Call You Hawaiian on Broadway sung by George O'Connor, with Cannibal King sung by Collins and Harlan on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 33
"WWDC - Collector's Items"
Date: 6 Sep 1942
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ". Hand-labelled, "WWDC Collector's Items, by Hal Titus, Bruce McLaughlin, GHOC (George H. O'Connor)." Dated 6 Sep 1942.


Box 2 Folder 34
"You Ain't No Relation of Mine" #1
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. You Ain't No Relation of Mine sung by George O'Connor, with Now He's Got a Beautiful Girl sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 35
"You Ain't No Relation of Mine" #2
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. You Ain't No Relation of Mine sung by George O'Connor, with Now He's Got a Beautiful Girl sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 36
"You Ain't No Relation of Mine" #3
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. You Ain't No Relation of Mine sung by George O'Connor, with Now He's Got a Beautiful Girl sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 37
"You Ain't No Relation of Mine" #4
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. You Ain't No Relation of Mine sung by George O'Connor, with Now He's Got a Beautiful Girl sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.


Box 2 Folder 38
"You Ain't No Relation of Mine" #5
Date: undated
Description: 1 phonograph record, 10 ", 78 rpm. You Ain't No Relation of Mine sung by George O'Connor, with Now He's Got a Beautiful Girl sung by Al Jolson on the reverse.



INDEX OF NAMES


ABC, Inc. Magic Key Program 2: 3

Ash, Samuel Wonderful Girl, Good Night 2: 27
- 2: 28

Bar Association Party at George O'Connor's 1: 4
- 1: 5

"Collector's Items" WWDC - George O'Connor 2: 33

Collins Cannibal King 2: 30
- 2: 31
- 2: 32
- The Kid is Clever 1: 6
- The Kid is Clever 1: 7

District Roundtable Tribute to GO 1: 8

Doherty, Jim If You Had All the World
and It's Gold 1: 1

Farrell, Marguerite Out of a City of Six Million People 1: 33
- 1: 34

Fields, Arthur Everybody Loves a "Jass" Band 1: 11
- 1: 12
- In Mattewan 1: 20
- 1: 21

Friendly Sons of St. Patrick GO 1: 13

George O'Connor Memorial Broadcast 1: 16
- 1: 17

George O'Connor Tribute by WOL 1: 18
- 1: 19

Harvey, Morton They're Wearing 'Em Higher in Hawaii 2: 19
- 2: 21

Jolson, Al I'm Saving up the Means to
Get to New Orleans 2: 11
- 2: 12
- 2: 13
- Now He's Got a Beautiful Girl 2: 34 - 2: 38
- Someone Else May Be There 1: 25
- 1: 26
- 1: 27

Kaufman, Irving That Good Melody 2: 9
- 2: 10

Magic Key Program George O'Connor 2: 3

McLaughlin, Bruce WWDC 2: 33

Memorial Radio Program for George O'Connor WOL 2: 4
- 2: 5

Memorial to George O'Connor WINX 2: 6
- 2: 7
- 2: 8

Mujer, Linda 1: 13

O'Connell, M. J. How Could Washington Be
a Married Man 2: 17
- 2: 18
- You Can Never Can Be Too Sure
About the Girls 2: 25
- 2: 26

O'Connor, George Bar Assoc. Party 1: 4
- 1: 5
- Ain't You Coming Back 1: 1
- Alabama Jamboree 1: 2
- 1: 3
- At the Mississippi Cabaret 2: 22
- 2: 23
- 2: 24
- Come on to Nashville, Tennessee 1: 6
- 1: 7
- District Roundtable Tribute 1: 8
- Down South Everybody's Happy 1: 9
- 1: 10
- Down Where the Sweet Potatoes Grow 1: 9
- 1: 10
- Ephraham's Jazzbo Band 1: 11
- 1: 12
- Everybody Rag With Me 2: 14
- 2: 15
- 2: 16
- Everybody's Crazy 'Bout the
Doggone Blues but I'm Happy 1: 22
- 1: 23
- 1: 24
- Friendly Sons of St. Patrick 1: 13
- Gasoline Gus and his Jitney Bus 1: 14
- 1: 15
- Hop a Jitney with Me 1: 20
- 1: 21
- I Ain't Got Nobody 1: 22
- 1: 23
- 1: 24
- I Ain't Prepared for That 1: 25
- 1: 26
- 1: 27
- I Guess I'll Soon Be Back in Dixieland 1: 28
- 1: 29
- I'm Gone 1: 30
- 1: 31
- 1: 32
- I'm Homesick 1: 33
- 1: 34
- Jazzin' the Cotton Town Blues 1: 35
- 1: 36
- Loading up the Mandy Lee 2: 1
- 2: 2
- Magic Key Program 2: 3
- Memorial Broadcast 1: 16
- 1: 17
- Memorial Radio Program 2: 4
- Misery 2: 9
- 2: 10
- Mississippi Barbecue 1: 2
- 1: 3
- Nigger Blues 2: 11
- 2: 12
- 2: 13
- Oh Joe, With Your Fiddle and
Your Bow 1: 30
- 1: 31
- 1: 32
- Oh Southern City 2: 17
- 2: 18
- On My Way to New Orleans 2: 14
- 2: 15
- 2: 16
- P.S. Mr. Johnson Sends Best Regards 2: 1
- 2: 2
- Pray for the Lights to Go Out 2: 19
- 2: 20
- 2: 21
- Roaming Around 2: 22
- 2: 23
- 2: 24
- Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay 2: 25
- 2: 26
- Scaddle-De-Mooch 1: 14
- 1: 15
- She's Dixie All the Time 2: 27
- 2: 28 - Sons of America 2: 29
- There's Always Something Doin'
Down in Dixie 1: 35
- 1: 36
- These Feet of Mine 1: 28
- 1: 29
- They May Call You Hawaiian on B'dway 2: 30
- 2: 31
- 2: 32
- WOL memorial 2: 5
- 1: 18 - 2: 19
- WINX memorial 2: 6 - 2: 8
- WWDC tribute 2: 33
- You Ain't No Relation of Mine 2: 35
- 2: 36
- 2: 37
- 2: 38
- 2: 39

Stoddard, Edgar Three Cheers for the Army and Navy 2: 29

WINX memorial to George O'Connor 2: 6
- 2: 7
- 2: 8

WOL memorial to George O'Connor 2: 4 - 2: 5
- 1: 18
- 1: 19

WWDC memorial to George O'Connor 2: 33
- 1: 8


INDEX OF TITLES


Ain't You Coming Back to Dixieland GO 1: 1

Alabama Jamboree GO 1: 3
- 1: 2

At the Mississippi Cabaret GO 2: 22
- 2: 23
- 2: 24

Cannibal King Collins/Harlan 2: 30
- 2: 31
- 2: 32

Come on to Nashville, Tennessee GO 1: 6
- 1: 7

Down South Everybody's Happy GO 1: 9
- 1: 10

Down Where the Sweet Potatoes Grow GO 1: 9
- 1: 10

Ephraham's Jazzbo Band GO 1: 11
- 1: 12

Everybody Loves a "Jass" Band Arthur Fields 1: 11
- 1: 12

Everybody Rag With Me GO 2: 14
- 2: 15
- 2: 16

Everybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues
but I'm Happy GO 1: 22
- 1: 23
- 1: 24

Friendly Sons of St. Patrick GO 1: 13

Gasoline Gus and his Jitney Bus GO 1: 14
- 1: 15

Hop a Jitney with Me GO 1: 20
- 1: 21

How Could Washington Be a Married Man M. J. O'Connell 2: 17
- 2: 18

I Ain't Got Nobody GO 1: 22
- 1: 23
- 1: 24

I Ain't Prepared for That GO 1: 25
- 1: 26
- 1: 27

I Guess I'll Soon Be Back in Dixieland GO 1: 28
- 1: 29

I'm Gone GO 1: 30
- 1: 31
- 1: 32

I'm Homesick GO 1: 33
- 1: 34

I'm Saving up the Means to Get to New Orleans Al Jolson 2: 11
- 2: 12
- 2: 13

If You Had All the World and It's Gold Jim Doherty 1: 1

In Mattewan Arthur Fields 1: 20
- 1: 21

Jazzin' the Cotton Town Blues GO 1: 35
- 1: 36

Kid is Clever, The Collins & Harlan 1: 6
- 1: 7

Loading up the Mandy Lee GO 2: 1
- 2: 2

Misery GO 2: 9
- 2: 10

Mississippi Barbecue GO 1: 3
- 1: 2

Nigger Blues GO 2: 11
- 2: 12
- 2: 13

Now He's Got a Beautiful Girl Al Jolson 2: 34
- 2: 35
- 2: 36
- 2: 37
- 2: 38

Oh Joe, With Your Fiddle and Your Bow,
You Stole My Heart Away GO 1: 30
- 1: 31
- 1: 32

Oh Southern City GO 2: 17
- 2: 18

On My Way to New Orleans GO 2: 14
- 2: 15
- 2: 16

Out of a City of Six Million People Marguerite Farrell 1: 33
- 1: 34

P.S. Mr. Johnson Sends Best Regards GO 2: 1
- 2: 2

Pray for the Lights to Go Out GO 2: 19
- 2: 20
- 2: 21

Roaming Around GO 2: 22
- 2: 23
- 2: 24

Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay GO 2: 25
- 2: 26

Scaddle-De-Mooch GO 1: 14
- 1: 15

She's Dixie All the Time GO 2: 27
- 2: 28

Someone Else May Be There While I'm Gone Al Jolson 1: 25
- 1: 26
- 1: 27

Sons of America GO 2: 29

That Good Melody Irving Kaufman 2: 9
- 2: 10

There's Always Something Doin' Down in Dixie GO 1: 35
- 1: 36

These Feet of Mine GO 1: 28
- 1: 29

They May Call You Hawaiian on Broadway GO 2: 30
- 2: 31
- 2: 32

They're Wearing 'Em Higher in Hawaii Morton Harvey 2: 19
- 2: 20
- 2: 21

Three Cheers for the Army and Navy Edgar Stoddard 2: 29

Wonderful Girl, Good Night Samuel Ash 2: 27
- 2: 28

You Ain't No Relation of Mine GO 2: 34
- 2: 35
- 2: 36
- 2: 37
- 2: 38

You Never Can Be Too Sure About the Girls M. J. O'Connell 2: 25
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