C. T. Lockwood

Timeline of works

  • 1867
    Don't You Go Tommy. The Greatest Song Published in the United States--80,000 Sold.
    Place & Publisher Whittemore, Swan & Stephens, 179 Jefferson Ave. Detroit
    Subjects:Dwellings, Doors & doorways, Stairways, Gates, Country life, Aged persons, Fathers & children, Farewells, Farms, Occupations, Vices
  • 1867
    Don't You Go Tommy.
    Place & Publisher Lockwood & Hoyt Pontiac, MI
    Subjects:Dwellings, Doors & doorways, Stairways, Gates, Country life, Aged persons, Fathers & children, Farewells, Farms, Occupations, Vices
  • 1868
    Shun the Broad Road.
    Place & Publisher Root & Cady, 67 Washington St. Chicago
    Subjects:Families, Farewells, Doors & doorways, Pets, Dogs, City & town life, Fathers & children, Vice, Churches, Bars, Ethics, Advice
  • 1868
    Tommy's Return.
    Place & Publisher Root & Cady, 67 Washington St. Opera House Chicago
    Subjects:Dwellings, Dogs, Homecomings, Poor persons, Families, Country life, Biblical references
  • 1868
    Tommy's Return.
    Place & Publisher Root & Cady, 67 Washington St. Opera House Chicago
    Subjects:Dwellings, Dogs, Homecomings, Poor persons, Families, Country life, Biblical references
  • 1869
    And He's Got the Money, Too.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Cleveland
    Subjects:Courtship, Wealth, Social classes
  • 1869
    Merry Warbling Birds, or, Lottie Lee.
    Place & Publisher Whittemore, Swan & Stephens, 179 Jefferson Ave. Detroit
    Subjects:Portraits, Children, Girls, Waterfronts, Forests, Death, Grief
  • 1869
    Send Me Some Money From Home. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Cleveland
    Subjects:Families, Fathers & sons, Correspondence, Poor persons, Absences
  • 1869
    Merry Warbling Birds, or, Lottie Lee.
    Place & Publisher Whittemore, Swan & Stephens, 179 Jefferson Ave. Detroit
    Subjects:Portraits, Children, Girls, Waterfronts, Forests, Death, Grief
  • 1869
    Boquet March
    Place & Publisher C.J. Whitney & Co. Detroit, Mich.
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  • 1869
    We'll Have to Mortgage the Farm.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons, 203 Superior St. Cleveland
    Subjects:Domestic life, Spinning, Croquet, Ballroom dancing, Carriages & Coaches, Billiards, Woodcutting, Meetings, Debts, Farms, Hairdressing, Clothing & dress, Marriage, Fads
  • 1870
    Give the Boy a Chance. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Cleveland
    Subjects:Woodcutting, Families, Forests, Homecomings, Fathers & children, Farmers, Occupations, Marriage, Quarreling
  • 1870
    We'll Have to Mortgage the Farm.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Co. Chicago
    Subjects:Carriages & Coaches, Ballroom dancing, Billiards, Couples, Spinning, Woodcutting, Poor persons, Hairstyles, Grooming, Vanity, Occupations, Youth, Intergenerational relations
  • 1873
    The Little Ones at Home. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Cleveland
    Subjects:Parlors, Fireplaces, Musical instruments, Mothers & children, Domestic life, Children playing, Beaches, Moonlight, Ships, Lighthouses, Sadness, Homesickness, Travel, Prayer
  • 1873
    The Little Ones at Home. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Cleveland
    Subjects:Parlors, Fireplaces, Musical instruments, Mothers & children, Domestic life, Children playing, Beaches, Moonlight, Ships, Lighthouses, Sadness, Homesickness, Travel, Prayer
  • 1874
    Still I Love Thee. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Cleveland
    Subjects:Couples, Brooks, Walking, Hills, Courtship, Weeping
  • 1884
    Father Will Settle the Bill. Minstrel Songs and Negro Melodies from the Sunny South.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Cleveland
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Clothing & dress, Fathers & children, Wealth