W. R. Williams

Timeline of works

  • 1893
    I'm the Man That Wrote "After the Ball."
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 56 Fifth Ave. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Minstrels, African Americans, Caricatures, Cattails, Poor persons, Wealth, Fame, Composers
  • 1894
    Sweet Nellie Bawn. The Leading Waltz Song of America.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Popular Song Publisher, 79-81 5th Avenue Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Love
  • 1898
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    He Enlisted With the U.S. volunteers. A Life's Sotry.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 56 5th Avenue Chicago
    Subjects:Couples, Kissing, Soldiers, Bugles, Flags, Patriotism, Love, Marriage, Farewells
  • 1907
    Wish Me Good Luck On My Journey.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter Chicago
    Subjects:Families, Steamships, Crowds, Railroad passenger cars, Porters, Good-byes, Kissing, Courtship & love, Military officers, Homecomings
  • 1908
    Gee! But There's Class to a Girl Like You.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Chicago Publisher, 152 Lake St. Chicago
    Subjects:Love, Marriage proposals
  • 1908
    Gee! But There's Class to a Girl Like You.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Chicago Publisher, 152 Lake St. Chicago
    Subjects:Love, Marriage proposals
  • 1909
    Swing, Swing, Swing.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 152 Lake St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Children & adults, Children playing, Happiness
  • 1910
    When Teddy Comes Marching Home.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 152 Lake St. chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Theodore Roosevelt, Heroes
  • 1910
    I'd Love to Live in Loveland With a Girl Like You.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Chicago Publisher, 152 Lake St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits
  • 1910
    I'd Love to Live in Loveland With a Girl Like You.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Chicago Publisher, 152 Lake St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits
  • 1913
    The Minstrel Show Parade. A Worthy Successor to "O-U-Circus Day."
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Chicago Publisher, 152 Lake St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Marching bands, African Americans, Caricatures, Entertainment
  • 1914
    We Stand for Peace While Others War. Includes Wilson's appeal for neutrality.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 136 W. Lake St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits--Woodrow Wilson, Symbols--peace, Doves, World War I, International relations
  • 1917
    America Today (Don't Worry--Uncle Sam's Alright).
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 71 W. Randolph St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits--Woodrow Wilson, World War I, Patriotism
  • 1917
    If You Don't Like Our President Wilson (You Knife the Land That Feeds Us All).
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 71 W. Randolph St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits--Woodrow Wilson--Charles Flagler, World War I, Patriotism
  • 1917
    If You Don't Like Our President Wilson (You Knife the Land That Feeds Us All).
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, 71 W. Randolph St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits--Woodrow Wilson--Charles Flagler, World War I, Patriotism
  • 1917
    We Dont Know Where We're Going But We're On Our Way. The American "Tipperary." The Boys Are Singing It.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Chicago Publisher, 71 W. Randolph St. Chicago
    Subjects:Soldiers, City & town life, Patriotism, World War I
  • 1917
    We Dont Know Where We're Going But We're On Our Way. The American "Tipperary." The Boys Are Singing It.
    Place & Publisher Will Rossiter, The Chicago Publisher, 71 W. Randolph St. Chicago
    Subjects:Soldiers, City & town life, Patriotism, World War I