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Smith, Harry Bache, 1860-1936 National Library of France National Library of the Czech Republic National Library and Archives of Québec German National Library ISNI

Smith, Harry B. (Harry Bache), 1860-1936 Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Australia National Library of Israel National Library of Latvia

Smith, Harry B., 1860-1936 National Library of Spain National Library of Poland Library and Archives Canada

Smith, Henry National and University Library in Zagreb

Harry Bache Smith U.S. writer, lyricist and composer Wikidata

VIAF ID: 42023885 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/42023885

ISNI: 0000  0000  8120  9906 

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AFTER AWHILE National Library of France
AVALON National Library of France
The baby vampire : Miss Elizabeth Marbury and Mr. Lee Shubert present Love o' Mike, the new comedy with music Library of Congress/NACO
The bachelor belles. Library of Congress/NACO
Barbara Fidgety. Library of Congress/NACO
Blue Hodge National Library of France
BOURBON STREET PARADE National Library of France
Bright eyes, fox-trott.. Words by Harry-B. Smith. Chant et piano National Library of France
Champagne song National Library of France
CLARINETITIS National Library of France
Concert performance of Library of Congress/NACO
Cyrano de Bergerac National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO
DAVENPORT BLUES National Library of France
The debutante. Library of Congress/NACO
DINAH National Library of France
Dođi, Gospodine Isuse : pjesmarica za susrete, molitve i mise s mladima National and University Library in Zagreb
The earliest letters of Charles Dickens : written to his friend Henry Kolle Library of Congress/NACO
Edison sheet music collection Library of Congress/NACO
EMBRACEABLE YOU National Library of France
Empire Theatre programme, Detroit Library of Congress/NACO
Enoch Light y su Orquesta National Library of Spain
FAREWELL BLUES National Library of France
The fencing master. Library of Congress/NACO
First nights and first editions Library of Congress/NACO
fortune teller National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO
I got rhythm [enr. son.] (parolier) National Library and Archives of Québec
I got rhythm from the musical show "Girl crazy" National Library and Archives of Québec
Gus and Max Rogers in John J. McNally's latest vaudeville farce, Rogers Brothers in Washington. Library of Congress/NACO
Gypsy love song National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Australia National Library of Israel
Harry Bache Smith correspondence Library of Congress/NACO
The heathen (not the Christian). Library of Congress/NACO
The highwayman Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Spain
Hollywood blues National Library of Spain
How Sherlock Holmes solved the mystery of Edwin Drood Library of Congress/NACO
Hungaria's Hussars National Library of France
Hurly burly. Library of Congress/NACO
I'M IN THE MARKET FOR YOU National Library of France
INDIANA National Library of France
JUST A CLOSER WALK WITH THEE National Library of France
The lilac domino. Library of Congress/NACO
LIMEHOUSE BLUES National Library of France
The little corporal new comic opera by Harry B. Smith and Ludwig Englander. Library of Congress/NACO
Louie and the Dukes of Dixieland National Library of France
The mandarin. Library of Congress/NACO
Miss Innocence. Library of Congress/NACO
Mr Wonderful National Library of France
MUSKRAT RAMBLE National Library of France
NEW-ORLEANS National Library of France
Opening ensemble, act I National Library of France
A pleasaunt comedie of the life of Will Shakspeare, player of the Globe Theater on the Bankside : wherein may be found sundrie variable and diverting humours, together with a setting fourthe of the many follies of stage players in generall, and also certaine songs sette to airs newly invented, as it hath not beene divers times enacted by the Righte Honourable the Lord Chamberlayne his servants, nor yet by any others, to the present regret of the author, Harry B. Smith. Library of Congress/NACO
Power of the human eye National Library of France
Published music, The Library of Congress, 1953 National Library of Spain
Robin Hood. Library of Congress/NACO
The rose maid : (Bub oder mädel) operetta in two acts National Library of Israel
The rounders. Library of Congress/NACO
The Sambo girl. Library of Congress/NACO
A sentimental library, comprising books formerly owned by famous writers, presentation copies, manuscripts, and drawings Library of Congress/NACO
The serenade. Library of Congress/NACO
The sheik of Araby National Library of France National Library of Spain
singing girl National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO
Sólo tuyo es mi corazón Yours is my heart alone : foxtrot National Library of Spain
SOUTH National Library of France
The spring maid. Library of Congress/NACO
Stage lyrics... Library of Congress/NACO
Stephane's Tune (1938-1942) National Library of the Czech Republic
SWEET GEORGIA BROWN National Library of France
Sweethearts National Library of France National Library of Australia
TAKE THE A TRAIN National Library of France
Tatum, Art Fine and Dandy (1937-1944) National Library of the Czech Republic
THAT'S A PLENTY National Library of France
There is no greater love National Library of France
TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT National Library of France
Verses of The belle of Bohemia, a musical comedy in two acts. Library of Congress/NACO
viceroy, comic opera in 3 acts, book by Harry B. Smith National Library of France
WASHINGTON AND LEE SWING National Library of France
Watch your step. Library of Congress/NACO
Whirl-i-gig. Library of Congress/NACO
Why are you blue National Library of France
Wilson, Teddy I Want to Be Happy (1944-1947) National Library of the Czech Republic
Wizard of the Nile. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Poland
WOLVERINE BLUES National Library of France
Wśród krzewin i kwiatów National Library of Poland

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