M. H. Rosenfeld

Timeline of works

  • 1881
    Come Along Sinners.
    Place & Publisher White, Smith & Company Chicago
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Fear, Slave quarters, Log cabins, Death, Religion, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1881
    My Pet With Golden Hair. Song and Dance.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co. Boston
    Subjects:Love, Country life
  • 1882
    Oscar Dear! (Comic Song)
    Place & Publisher F.W. Helmick Cincinnati
    Subjects:Oscar Wilde, Sunflowers, Humorous pictures
  • 1884
    There's Joy in Heaven To-night. Beautiful Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher George Willig & Co. Baltimore
    Subjects:Angels, Harps, Religion
  • 1884
    Jog Along To Glory. Ethiopian Song.
    Place & Publisher Hitchcock's Music Store, 166 Nassau St. (Opposite City Hall) New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Dialects, Death, Heaven, Symbols
  • 1884
    Kissing in the Rain.
    Place & Publisher Hitchcock's Music Store, Sun Building, 166 Nassau St., Opp. City Hall New York
    Subjects:Couples, Umbrellas, Parks, Love
  • 1885
    Good Bye My Honey I'm Gone.
    Place & Publisher [P.R. McCargo & Co.] n.p.
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Mothers & children, Policemen, Waterfronts, Spouses, Dwellings, Birds, Courtship & love
  • 1885
    I've Just Been Down to the Bank.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:Caricatures, Money, Piers & wharves, City & town life, Banks, Robbery, Satire, Wealth, From the writings of Lester Levy, Grace Notes in American History (Lester Levy)
  • 1886
    He's The Picture of His Daddy in a 1000 Different Ways!
    Place & Publisher [W.F. Shaw] n.p.
    Subjects:Cartoons, Families, Roller skating, Alcoholic beverages, Robberies, Courtship & love
  • 1888
    Republican Songs For 1888. Includes (1) Down with the Rag, and Up With the Flag; (2) Hurrah For Ben and Levi!; (3) The Starry Flag is Good Enough for
    Me; (4) All Cry--No Wool
    Place & Publisher R.M. Collins, 21 Park Row New York
    Subjects:Portraits--Benjamin Harrison--Levi P. Morton, Eagles, National Emblems, Presidential elections, Patriotism, A.G. Thurman, Grover Cleveland
  • 1888
    Tippecanoe and Morton, Too. Song.
    Place & Publisher Hitchcock's Music Stores, 11 Park Row, Opposite the Astor House New York
    Subjects:Benjamin Harrison, Levi P. Morton, Grover Cleveland, Presidential elections
  • 1896
    Latest Success! How Could You Leave Me? Song & Refrain.
    Place & Publisher James A. Korman Salem, Mass.
    Subjects:Portraits, Unrequited love, Anger, Despair
  • 1909
    The Girl Behind the Counter is the Girl I Love.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 102-104 W. 38th St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Cashiers, Occupations, Marriage, Fathers & children