Leo Friedman

Timeline of works

  • 1899
    The Merry Golfers Two Step.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Co. New York
    Subjects:Sports, Couples, Equipment--golf
  • 1900
    Coon, Coon, Coon. The Most Successful Song Hit of 1901.
    Place & Publisher Sol Bloom, Cor. Randolph, l8 Dearborn Sts. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, African Americans, Caricatures, Prejudice, Discrimination, Distress
  • 1900
    Coon, Coon, Coon. The Most Successful Song Hit of 1901.
    Place & Publisher Sol Bloom, Cor. Randolph, l8 Dearborn Sts. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, African Americans, Caricatures, Prejudice, Discrimination, Distress
  • 1908
    The Travelers. My Arab Lady.
    Place & Publisher Frank K. Root & Co. Chicago
    Subjects:Carts & wagons, Railroads, Railroad stations, Crowds, Courtship & love, Marriage
  • 1908
    Ring Me Up Heaven, Please Central.
    Place & Publisher Frank K. Root & Co. Chicago
    Subjects:Children using telephones, Night, Moonlight, Fathers & children, Death, Grief, Telephone operators
  • 1909
    Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Chicago Publisher 173 Madison St. Chicago
    Subjects:Celebrities, Portraits, Love
  • 1910
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    Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 152 Lake St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Love
  • 1910
    Let Me Call You Sweetheart.
    Place & Publisher Harold Rossiter Music Company Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Love
  • 1914
    In the Palace of Dreams.
    Place & Publisher Parke, Daniels & Friedman, Inc. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Love, Happiness
  • 1918
    Please Bring Back My Daddy to Me.
    Place & Publisher Franklin Earl Hathaway Chicago, Ill.
    Subjects:Windows, Beds, Children, Portraits, Prayer, World War I
  • 1920
    Good-Bye To England's Lassies.
    Place & Publisher The Riviera Music Company, Music Publishers, Chateau Theatre Building Chicago
    Subjects:Tree bark--birches, War allies, Love, Farewells, Sadness, Soldiers, World War I