Edw. B. Marks

Timeline of works

  • [n.d.]
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    Song Sheet The Great Pioneer of Penny Ballads. Mother Was A Lady, or, If Jack Was Only Here.
    Place & Publisher Wm. J. Schmidt, 911 North Avenue Baltimore
    Subjects:Conversation, Waitresses, Manners & customs, Families, Disgrace, Marriage proposals
  • 1894
    The Little Lost Child. The Latest Waltz Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 304 East 14th St. New York
    Subjects:City & town life, Policemen, Children, Girls, Fathers & children, Quarreling, Spouses, Love, Happiness, Reunions
  • 1894
    Sentiment [sic] Latest Ballad. His Last Thoughts Were of You.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:Mothers & children, Correspondence, Military officers, Families, War casualties, Widows, Marriage, Love
  • 1895
    The Teacher and the Boy. Beautiful Sentimental Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:Students, Poor persons
  • 1896
    My little circus queen
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:Clowns, Musical revues & comedies
  • 1896
    Mother Was A Lady, or, If Jack Were Only Here. Beautiful Ballad. A First Night Hit.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:City & town life, Musicians, Manners & customs, Anger, Marriage proposals
  • 1904
    Take These Flowers, Old Lady. From an Incident in the Career of the Famous American Stage Favorite Mrs. G.H. Gilbert.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 34 East 21st St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Miners, Gifts, Homesickness