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Guide to the Henderson N. White Sheet Music Collection, 1902-1905

Collection number: MC 220

Size: 1 box (0.33 cu.ft.)

About Henderson N. White

Henderson N. White was born in Romeo, Michigan in 1873. From 1893 until his death in 1940 he owned and operated a musical instrument manufacturing business in Cleveland, redesigning twenty eight instruments during his career. Mr. White made a huge impact on the manufacturing of musical instruments because of his passion for high quality perfect sounding instruments. The H.N. White Company produced the “King” brand of instruments

About the Henderson N. White Sheet Music

The Henderson N. White sheet music collection consists of 16 individual pieces of sheet music, 14 of which were published by the H.N. White Co. of Cleveland. The collection was donated to the University of New Hampshire Library by Anthony R. White in January of 2009

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open

Copyright Notice

Contents of this collection are governed by U.S. copyright law. For questions about publication or reproduction rights, contact Special Collections staff

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Henderson N. White Sheet Music Collection, 1902-1905, MC 220, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA

Acquisitions Information

Donated: Anthony White, Jan. 2009 (Accession number: 2009.20)

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Collection Contents

Box 1
Box 1, Envelope 1 American Beauties: Intermezzo and Two-Step Copyright Date: 1905. Music: Floyd J. St. Clair. Illustrator: Starmer Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages
Box 1, Envelope 2 As The Golden Sun Is Sinking in the West Copyright Date: 1905. Words: C.H. Scoggins. Music: D.E. Harlem. Illustrator: Starmer Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages
Box 1, Envelope 3 The Bachelor Maids: March and Two-Step Copyright Date: 1902. Music: Floyd J. St. Clair. Illustrator: unknown Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages
Box 1, Envelope 4 Chiquita: Mexican Serenade Copyright Date: 1906. Music: Theodore O. Taubert. Illustrator: unknown Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages
Box 1, Envelope 5 “Dat Gal of Mine”: March and Two-Step Copyright Date: 1902. Music: Benjamin L. Shook. Illustrator: unknown Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 5 pages
Box 1, Envelope 6 Dorothy Vernon Waltzes Copyright Date: 1905. Music: Sam Fox, arr. by Floyd J. St. Clair. Illustrator: unknown Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages
Box 1, Envelope 7 Field Day Copyright Date: 1904. Music: J.A. McElhaney. Illustrator: unknown Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages
Box 1, Envelope 8 Only Thine Copyright Date: 1905. Words and Music: E.S. Lorenz. Illustrator: n/a Publisher: Lorenz Publishing Co., Dayton OH. 4 pages
Box 1, Envelope 9 In Tokio Copyright Date: 1904. Music: S. Nirella. Illustrator: Ora Coltman Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages
Box 1, Envelope 10 The Plumed Knight Copyright Date: 1903. Music: Floyd J. St. Clair. Illustrator: Ora Coltman Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages
Box 1, Envelope 11 Rambling Mose Copyright Date: 1903. Music: J.F. Barth. Illustrator: Ora Coltman Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages
Box 1, Envelope 12 The Steel King Copyright Date: 1902. Music: Floyd J. St. Clair. Illustrator: unknown Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages. 2 copies with different covers. One (the original version) has a photograph of C. M. Schwab, President of U.S. Steel Corporation on the cover, the other (the later version) a photograph of Floyd St. Clair
Box 1, Envelope 13 “Sunny Jim” Copyright Date: 1902. Music: Floyd St. Clair. Illustrator: unknown. Publisher: H.N. White, Cleveland. 6 pages
Box 1, Envelope 14 The Village Tavern (Na Mar-Jan-Ce) Copyright Date: 1903. Music: Svec., arr. by A.L. Maresh Illustrator: Ora Coltman Publisher: Maresh Music (also published by H.N. White, Cleveland the same year) 5 pages
Box 1, Envelope 15 Winona, S. J. Floyd, H.N. White, Cleveland, 1903 6 pages