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Virgina song /George M. Cohan.J.W. Myers.
Rose of Virginia /Caddigan ; Story.Henry Burr, tenor ; John Myers, baritone, with orchestra.Pathé.
Where The Silvery Colorado Wends Its WayAvril.Charles Harrison; Orchestra Accompaniment.
In the valley of Kentucky /[Tony Stanford, lyrics and music].Mr. J.W. Myers.Berliner.
Carolina sunshine.Burr and Myers.
It's hard to leave your girl behind /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Paul Barnes, music].J.W. Myers.Berliner.
Auld Lang Syne =Should auld acquaintance be forgot /[R. Burns, lyrics and music].J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
You're as welcome as the flowers in May /Sullivan.J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Columbia
In the valley of Kentucky /[Tony Stanford, lyrics and music].Mr. J.W. Myers.Berliner.
The bowery grenadiers /Kelly.J.W. Myers, baritone with orchestra.Berliner.
Message Of The Violet.J W Myers; With Orchestra Accompaniment.
Virginia song :from "Geo. Washington Jr.".J. W. Myers (baritone solo with orchestra accompaniment).
My own United States /Stanislaus Stange, lyrics ; Julian Edwards, music.J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
The message of the violet /Frank Pixley, lyrics ; Gustav Luders, music.J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
Say Au Revoir But Not Goodbye /Kennedy.J. W. Myers.
Wearing of the green /[Boucicault].J.W. Myers, baritone, with orchestra accompaniment.
Marching through Georgia /[Work].J.W. Myers, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Let by-gones be by-gones /Grant ; [Harry Williams] ; [Joe Young]. Along the Yukon Trail / M. Kay Jerome ; [Grant Clarke].Henry Burr (as Irving Gillette), tenor (Side A) ; Albert Campbell, tenor (Side A) ; J.W. Meyers, baritone (Side B).Columbia.
The wearing of the green /D. Boucicault, lyrics.J.W. Myers, baritone with orchestra.Berliner.
Avalon I'll travel on to you.Burr, Campbell and Myers (Sterling Trio with orchestra accompaniment).
Dreaming love of you.J.W. Myers, baritone solo, orchestra accompaniment.
June, my June /[Collin Davis].Mr. J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
Calvary /[Vaughn ; Rodney].[J.W. Myers], baritone solo, [with piano].Columbia
When the green leaves turn to gold.J.W. Myers, baritone solo, orchestra accompaniment.
You're as welcome as the flowers in May /Sullivan.J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Columbia
Mamie /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].J.W. Myers.Berliner.
The bridge, or, [I stood on the bridge at midnight] /[H.W. Longfellow, lyrics] ; [M. Lindsay, music].J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
You're As Welcome As The Flowers In MayDan J Sullivan.J W Myers.Columbia
Flee as a bird /[M.S.B. Dana, lyrics ; Air: Spanish folk song].J.W. Myers.Berliner.
When Mother used to sing that song /Raymond A. Browne, lyrics and music.J.W. Myers.Berliner.
Rocked in the cradle of the deep /Emma Williard, lyrics [Willard?] ; Jos. P. Knight, music.J.W. Myers.Berliner.
Where the silv'ry Colorado wends its way /Charles Avril, music ; [J.W. (John W.) Myers, lyrics].J.W. Myers, baritone solo with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Answer /Alfred G. Robyn, lyrics and music.J.W. Myers.Berliner.
Wearing of the green /[Boucicault, Dion, lyrics].J.W. Myers.Berliner.
The rose of Killarney /[George Cooper, lyrics ; John Rogers Thomas, music].Mr. J.W. Myers.Berliner.
Parody on "Mamie" /[Rogers brothers?].Mr. J.W. Myers.Berliner.
In the golden field of grain /Thurland Chattaway, lyrics ; Henry Frantzen, music.J.W. Myers.Berliner.
In the sweet bye and bye /[Bennett : Webster].J. W. Myers.
You're as welcome as the flowers in May /Sullivan.J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Columbia
Virginia Song /George M. Cohan.J.W. Myers.Columbia
Good bye, Dolly Gray /[Cobb ; Barnes].J.W. Myers, [baritone].
Auld Lang Syne =Should auld acquaintance be forgot /[R. Burns, lyrics and music].J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
When you were sweet sixteen /[James Thornton].Mr. J.W. Myers, [baritone solo].Berliner.
Pretty Molly Shannon /George H. Ryan, lyrics ; Walter Wolfe, music.J.W. Myers.Berliner.
I'll wed my Willie when his ship comes in.J.W. Myers.Berliner.
You're as welcome as the flowers in May /Sullivan.J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Columbia
In the valley of Kentucky /[Tony Stanford].Mr. J.W. Myers.Berliner.
The treasures of the sea are buried deep /J.T. Branen, lyrics ; H.W. Bratton, music.J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
Virginia Song /George M. Cohan.J.W. Myers, baritone solo; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Put Me Off At Buffalo /[Dillon Brothers].J. W. Myers.
Parody on "Mamie" /[Rogers brothers?].Mr. J.W. Myers.Berliner.
The daisy and the butterfly /Ehrlich ; Keiser.Mr. J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
Just a little attic, but it's home /Andrew B. Sterling, lyrics ; George Hamilton, music.J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
A soldier's bride.Mr. J.W. Myers.Berliner.
The pretty girl milking her cow /J.W. Myers?.J.W. Myers with orchestra.Berliner.
The Bowery Grenadiers /Kelly.J.W. Myers, baritone, with orchestra.
I went to see them march away /S.E. Keiser, lyrics ; Richard J. Jose, music.J.W. Myers.Berliner.
My princess Zulu [Lulu] /[Dave Reed Jr.].Mr. J.W. Myers.Berliner.
Virginia song /[George M. Cohan]. Red wing / [Thurland Chattaway ; Kerry Mills].Vocals by J.W. Meyers ; with orchestra (side A) ; vocal duet by Stanley and Burr ; with orchestra (side B).
Waltz me down the alley, Sally /Malcom Clark, lyrics and music.J.W. Myers.Berliner.
The message of the violet /Frank Pixley, lyrics ; Gustav Luders, music.J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
Beyond the gate[s] of paradise /[H.V. Neal, lyrics ; Robert A. King, music].Mr. J.W. Myers, baritone solo.Berliner.
When Johnny comes [marching home again to town] /Louis Lambert, lyrics and music.J.W. Myers.Berliner.
Rocked in the cradle of the deep /Emma Willar, lyrics ; Jos. P. Knight, music.J.W. Myers, baritone.Berliner.
Wearing of the green /[D. Boucicault, lyrics].J.W. Myers, baritone with orchestra.Berliner.
Along The Yukon TrailM Kay Jerome.John W Myers; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia.
The home over there /[Tullius C. O'Kane, music : D.W.C. Huntington, lyrics].J. W. Myers.
'Neath the pines of Vermont /[Strousse?].J.W. Myers, baritone with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
The land of the red, white and blue.J.W. Myers, baritone solo, orchestra accompaniment.
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