Joseph E. Howard

Timeline of works

  • 1897
    On the Boulevard.
    Place & Publisher Chas. K. Harris, Alhambra Theatre Building Milwaukee, Wis.
    Subjects:Portraits, Bicycles & tricycles, Courtship & love
  • 1897
    Professional Copy. On the Boulevard.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:Bicycles & tricycles, Recreation
  • 1898
    Good Mister Mailman. Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher T.B. Harms & Co., 18 East 22nd St. New York
    Subjects:Letter carriers, Postal service, Families, Sadness, Children, Snow, Mailboxes, Marriage, Diseases
  • 1899
    Ma Baby Girl. Answer to Hello Ma Baby.
    Place & Publisher Chas. K. Harris, Alhambra Theatre Bldg. Milwaukee
    Subjects:Portraits, Fathers & children, Occupations, African Americans, Dialects
  • 1905
    Brownies.
    Place & Publisher Chas. K. Harris New York
    Subjects:Spires, Ships, Sunrises & sunsets, Bodies of water, Fairies, Sleeping, Fear
  • 1905
    Same Old Moon.
    Place & Publisher Chas. K. Harris New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Card games, Love
  • 1909
    I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now.
    Place & Publisher Vogel Music Co., Inc., 112 West 44th Street New York
    Subjects:Celebrities, Portraits, Dancers, Envy, Unrequited love, Sadness, Depressions
  • 1910
    Montana. Offically Approved as the State Song of Montana by Governor Edwin L. Norris, Secretary of State A.N. Yoder, Attorney General Albert J.
    Galen. Approved and Adopted by Montana University Athletes. Approved for
    State Militia by Adjutant General Phil Greenan.
    Place & Publisher Montana Children's Home Society Helena, Mont.
    Subjects:Covered wagons, Mountains, National Emblems, Patriotism
  • 1917
    Love Me All the Time.
    Place & Publisher Chas. K. Harris New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Happiness
  • 1917
    The Peerless (1) March and (2) Song.
    Place & Publisher The Peerless Motor Car Company Cleveland
    Subjects:Automobiles, Couples, Automobile industry
  • 1918
    It Wont' Be Long Before We're Home. March Song.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Soldiers, World War I, Correspondence, Mothers & children, Homecomings