W. S. Mullaly

Timeline of works

  • 1869
    The Big Sunflower [includes dance interlude].
    Place & Publisher Hopwood & Crew, 42 New Bond St. London
    Subjects:Couples, African Americans, Caricatures, Clothing & dress, Courtship & love, Marriage proposals
  • 1873
    Miss Lisa Weber's Songs. No. 6. I Love You.
    Place & Publisher G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Courtship, Ethnic groups, Animals in human situations, Cupid
  • 1877
    Flirting on the Ice. Serio Comic Song.
    Place & Publisher D.S. Holmes, 89 Fourth St. Brooklyn, N.Y.
    Subjects:Ice skating, Couples, Parks, Bridges, Courtship & love, Marriage
  • 1878
    Dancing Blue Eyes. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher F.W. Helmick, No. 136 W. Fourth St. Cincinnati
    Subjects:Portraits, Courtship & love, Emotion--pain
  • 1879
    Pass Down De Centre. Plantation or End Song.
    Place & Publisher Himan & Woodward, 817 & 819 Broadway New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Dialects, Slavery, Homecomings, Ku Klux Klan, Heaven
  • 1880
    Have You Seen Sarah? The greatest Serio-Comic Song since the publication of "Whoa, Emma!"
    Place & Publisher Wm. A. Pond & Co., 25 Union Square (Broadway, between 15th and 16th Sts.) New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Unrequited love, Wealth, Social classes
  • 1880
    The Dandy Colored Waiters. March Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, African Americans, Caricatures, Occupations--Waiters, Saratoga Springs, Eating & drinking, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1880
    "Our Torchlight Parade." March Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Mules, Pickets, Demonstrations, African Americans, Caricatures, Political platforms, Political Parades & Rallys, Hypocracy
  • 1881
    Send Me A Rose From My Angel Mother's Grave. Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Hitchcock's Music Store, 32 Park Row New York
    Subjects:Correspondence, Keepsakes, Mothers & children, Death, Grief
  • 1881
    The Railroad Conductors.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Railroad employees, Travel
  • 1888
    The Mottoes That are Framed Upon the Wall.
    Place & Publisher Willis Woodward & Co., 842 and 844 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Domestic life, Mothers & children, Death, Nostalgia