DESCRIPTION: Collection of thirty-one pieces of vintage sheet music. Includes: 1899 Impecunious Davis characteristic two-step march polka and cake-walk by Kerry Mills; Carolina Lullaby; Two Songs of the South by David Guion; Southern Accent; Dry Bones; We'll Have a Jubilee in My Old Kentucky Home; Show Boat; Walt Disney's Song of the South; De Camptown Races by Stephen Foster; The Stephen Foster Story by Paul Green; I'm Just as Lonesome as Can Be; Sweetest Little Rose in Tennessee; Deliveries in Cotton Land; Don't Bring Me Posies; When the Saints Go Marching In; Home Lam Bye, Bye; May Irwin's Pickaninny's Lullaby; Just Because She Made Dem Goo-Goo Eyes; The Coon's Breach of Promise; Under the Tropical Moon; Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home; The Great Bill "Bojangles" Robinson and his Concert Review Souvenir Pictorial; Mammy's Shufflin' Dance; 9th Annual Minstrel Show April 27, 28, and May 5, 1956 by the Fredericksburg Lions Club; The Newsboys' and Bootblacks' Minstrell Show Published by T.S. Denison & Company of Chicago; two copies of Green River by the Ziegfeld Follies; I Want My Mammy; Black Eyed Blues; and Three Negro Poems by Clement Wood. MEASUREMENTS: Various. Largest piece is 13-1/2" x 10". CONDITION: Wear to covers. Pages with toning and discoloration. Some sheets are loose. Light markings.