Harry S. Miller

Timeline of works

  • 1883
    Don't You Know Ellie. Serio-Comic Song.
    Place & Publisher P.R. McCarco & Co. Boston
    Subjects:Brass instruments, Courtship & love, Railroads
  • 1885
    She Stands Behind a Counter in a Millinery Store. Serio-Comic Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Adam, Meldrum & Anderson, Dry Goods, Carpets, Drapery, Books and Stationery Buffalo, N.Y.
    Subjects:Occupations, Business enterprises, Manners & customs, Clothing & dress
  • 1889
    Married? Nexey. A Serio-Comic Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Sep. Winner & Son, 545 N. 8th St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Single women, Marriage, Contentment, Social classes, Wealth
  • 1893
    The Cat Came Back. The Song That Beats "McGinty."
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Popular Song Publisher, Main Offices, 56 Fifth Ave. Chicago
    Subjects:Cartoons, African Americans, Caricatures, Accidents, Injuries, Death, Drownings, Marine accidents, Ghosts, Cats, From the writings of Lester Levy, Flashes of Merriment (Lester Levy)
  • 1893
    When You're Single.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Popular Song Publisher, Main Offices, 56 Fifth Ave. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Single women, Marriage, Bachelors, Debts, Clothing & dress, Infants, Domestic life
  • 1894
    If We Only Had It Now. Latest Comic Absurdity.
    Place & Publisher Louis Haas, Publisher, 136 South Eighth Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Money, Wealth, Social classes, Travel, Rules, Queen Victoria, Alcoholic beverages
  • 1895
    I'm His Little Mary.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Popular Song Publisher New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Love, Travel, Sailors, Homecomings
  • 1896
    The Latest Vocal Novelty. A Coon Song. The Ringtail Colored Band.
    Place & Publisher Henry J. Wehman, 130 & 132 Park Row New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Dialects, Marching bands, Dancing
  • 1897
    You're Too Good To Lose.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:African Americans, Dialects, Gambling
  • 1897
    The Black Nobility's Ball. A Coon March Song.
    Place & Publisher Gagel Brothers, 835 Broadway New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Ballroom dancing, Pride
  • 1898
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    The Hobson.
    Place & Publisher A. Scull and Co. Publishers Bridgeton, N.J.
    Subjects:Portraits, National Emblems, Cannons
  • 1899
    Bring Your Money Home. Musical Supplement of Hearst's Chicago American, Sep. 23, 1900.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 56 5th Ave. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Wealth, Dialects, Marriage, African Americans, Ethnic stereotypes
  • 1899
    Down Old New England Way. The Sunday World's Album of Original Songs.
    Place & Publisher E.T. Paull Music Co. New York
    Subjects:Farms, Mothers & children, Families, Debts, Auctions, Homecomings
  • 1900
    Bring Your Money Home.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 56 5th Ave., Musical Supplement of The New York Journal & Advertiser, Sep. 23 Chicago
    Subjects:Dialects, Spouses, Poor persons, African Americans, Deception, Distress