Walker

Timeline of works

  • 1896
    The Greatest Coon Song Ever Written! Dora Dean. The Sweetest Gal You Ever Seen.
    Place & Publisher Broder and Schlam, 39 West 28th Street New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Cleaning, Marriage, Couples, Dialects, Portraits, Love, Dancing
  • 1896
    Williams & Walker's Great Negro Song, When Miss Maria Johnson Marries Me.
    Place & Publisher Spaulding & Gray, 16 W. 27th Street New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Time, Weddings, Dialects
  • 1897
    I Don't Like No Cheap Man
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St. New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Cleaning, Caricatures, Food, Dialects, Portraits, Wealth, Cooking
  • 1897
    Snap Shot Sal.
    Place & Publisher Feist & Frankenthaler, 1227 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Caricatures, Dialects, Portraits, Cameras
  • 1898
    Why Don't You Get a Lady of Your Own. The Swell Coon Laughing Success.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 34 East 21st St. New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Caricatures, Couples, Dialects, Envy
  • 1899
    Sousa Outdone By The Colored Band Song.
    Place & Publisher Hurtig & Seamon, 125 West 37th St. New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Caricatures, Marching bands, Musicians, Musical instruments
  • 1900
    The Voo-Doo Man. Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Hurtig & Seamon n.p.
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Robberies, Ethics, Revivals, Religious meetings, Monsters, Dialects, Portraits, Ethnic stereotypes, Fear
  • 1900
    The Blackville Strutters Ball.
    Place & Publisher Hurtig & Seamon, Broadway & 37th St. New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Caricatures, Recreation, Couples, Dancing
  • 1900
    If You Love Your Baby Make Goo Goo Eyes.
    Place & Publisher Hurtig Seamon, Broadway at 37th St. New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Caricatures, Recreation, Games, Couples, Dialects, Portraits
  • 1900
    The Voo-Doo Man. Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Hurtig & Seamon, Broadway & 37th Str. New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Robberies, Ethics, Revivals, Religious meetings, Caricatures, Monsters, Children & adults, Dialects, Ethnic stereotypes, Fear
  • 1901
    Williams and Walker's Latest Comic Idea. The Fortune-Telling Man.
    Place & Publisher Jos. W. Stern & Co., 34 East 21st St. New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Supernatural beings, Superstitions, Marriage, Silhouettes, Dialects, Portraits
  • 1901
    She's Getting More Like the White Folks Every Day.
    Place & Publisher Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer, 45 West 28th St. New York
    Subjects:Minstrel shows, Social classes, Caricatures, Dialects, Portraits, Manners & customs