| Composer:|| Graham, Howard |
|Lyrics:||I have roamed thro' sunny Italy, and France and England, too (first line of text)|
There's a little cottage standing on the Susquehanna shore (first line of chorus)
|Publisher:||New York Journal and Advertiser|
|Description:||The home of the girl I love / written and composed by Howard Graham and Monroe H. Rosenfeld.|
For voice and piano.
First line of text: I have roamed thro' sunny Italy, and France and England, too.
First line of chorus: There's a little cottage standing on the Susquehanna shore.
"Musical supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser, Sep. 30, 1900."
"Sung by John Claxton and Harry Leighton with J. H. Haverly's New Mastodon Minstrels" -- cover.
Copyright 1899 by Will Rossiter.
Original publication information: 1900, c1899.
|Format:||1 score ( p.) ; 35 cm.|
|Subjects:||Love--Songs and music|
Popular music--United States--To 1901
|Copyright:||Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music|
|OCLC Record ID:||48228215|| Click to view images:|