Lee Johnson

Timeline of works

  • 1896
    Parson Johnson's Chicken Brigade. Great Coon Schottische. A Great Big Coon Hit.
    Place & Publisher The Zeno Mauvais Music Company, 769 Market Street San Francisco
    Subjects:Portraits, African Americans, Caricatures, Dialects, Razor blades
  • 1897
    Ma Caroline. Swell Coon Song (With Mobile Buck Dance).
    Place & Publisher Sherman, Clay & Co. San Francisco
    Subjects:Couples, African Americans, Caricatures, Pets, Dogs, Courtship, Love, Dialects, Weddings
  • 1898
    My Honolulu Lady. The Latest Coon Conquest.
    Place & Publisher The Zeno Mauvais Music Company, 769 Market Street San Francisco
    Subjects:Portraits, Minstrels, African Americans, Caricatures, Dialects, Love, Marriage, Dancing, Travel
  • 1898
    My Honolulu Lady. The Latest Coon Conquest.
    Place & Publisher The Zeno Mauvais Music Company, 769 Market Street San Francisco
    Subjects:Portraits, Minstrels, African Americans, Caricatures, Dialects, Love, Marriage, Dancing, Travel
  • 1898
    The Belle of Honolulu. The Latest Coon Success. A Running Mate to My Honolulu Lady.
    Place & Publisher Sherman Clay & Co., 139 Kearny St. San Francisco
    Subjects:Portraits, African Americans, Caricatures, Minstrels, Dialects, Courtship, Love, Marriage
  • 1899
    Remember She's My Sister. Descriptive Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Lee, Johnson & Co., 41 Geary St. San Francisco
    Subjects:Portraits, Families, Elopements, Correspondence, Gossip, Mothers & children, Despair, Homecomings, Death
  • 1899
    Mammy's Carolina Twins. Southern Lullaby.
    Place & Publisher Lee, Johnson & Co., 41 Geary St. San Francisco
    Subjects:Portraits, Minstrels, Afro-Americans, Caricatures, Mothers & children, Children sleeping
  • 1914
    The Flow'r of Kildare.
    Place & Publisher The Lee Johnson Music Pub. Co. San Francisco
    Subjects:Portraits, Tankards, Courtship, Love, Ireland
  • 1918
    On To Berlin.
    Place & Publisher J.C. Crisler Los Angeles, CA
    Subjects:Flags, Palaces & castles, Military parades & ceremonies, Patriotism, World War I