Lyn Udall

Timeline of works

  • [n.d.]
    Just as the Daylight Was Breaking. Companion to the Famous "Just as the Sun Went Down." A Truly Beautiful Story of Real Life.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Shepherds, Cattle, Dogs, Beaches, Waterfronts, Lighthouses, Unrequited love, Grief
  • 1897
    She Knows a Thing Or Two, Or Three, Or Four.
    Place & Publisher Howley, Haviland & Co., 1260-1266 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Smoking, Women, Love, Deception, Gambling, Advice
  • 1898
    Just as the Sun Went Down. A Pathetic Incident of War Time.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Battlefields, Cannons, Firearms, Campaigns & battles, War casualties, Love
  • 1898
    Just One Girl. Popular Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Love
  • 1898
    Zizzy Ze Zum Zum Zum. A "Rag-Time" Nightmare.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Composers, Crimes, Demons, From the writings of Lester Levy, Flashes of Merriment (Lester Levy)
  • 1899
    I'se a Lady. A Colored Declaration of Blue Blood.
    Place & Publisher Howley, Haviland & Co., 1260 -1266 Broadway New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Dialects
  • 1899
    Stay in Your Own Backyard.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:African Americans, Dialects, Children playing outdoors, Discrimination, Weeping, Death, Mothers & children, Caricatures
  • 1899
    There'll Never Be a Girl Like You. Song & Refrain.
    Place & Publisher Howley, Haviland & Co., 1260-1266 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Love
  • 1899
    Stay in Your Own Backyard. Pathetic Ballad & Refrain.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons, Witmark Building New York
    Subjects:Dwellings, Children playing outdoors, Dogs, Pets, African Americans, Caricatures, Children misbehaving, Discrimination, Children weeping, Mothers & children, Dialects
  • 1899
    Stay in Your Own Backyard. Pathetic Ballad & Refrain.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons, Witmark Building New York
    Subjects:Dwellings, Children playing outdoors, Dogs, Pets, African Americans, Caricatures, Children misbehaving, Discrimination, Children weeping, Mothers & children, Dialects
  • 1907
    The Little Colonel.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Toys, Windows, Military parades & ceremonies, Mothers & children, Sadness, Homecomings