The Waltz You Saved For Me
Words by Gus Kahn
Music by Wayne King and Emil Flindt
As featured by Wayne King
Copyright 1930 by Leo Feist, Inc.

The Waltz You Saved For Me

Words by Gus Kahn

Music by Wayne King and Emil Flindt

As featured by Wayne King

Copyright 1930 by Leo Feist, Inc.

seattlemysterybooks:

philsp.com
March 1929 issue
"Danger Clouds" by Raoul Whitfield
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

seattlemysterybooks:

philsp.com

March 1929 issue

"Danger Clouds" by Raoul Whitfield

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

indypendent-thinking:

Arnold Genthe, (1869 - 1942) San Francisco Earthquake aftermath, 1906
(via http://www.pinterest.com/clarisav/)

indypendent-thinking:

Arnold Genthe, (1869 - 1942) San Francisco Earthquake aftermath, 1906

(via http://www.pinterest.com/clarisav/)

retrogasm:

Rare Marilyn Monroe moments

retrogasm:

Rare Marilyn Monroe moments

uketeecee:

Ukulele lovers - 1929
Marion Davies and Lawrence Gray as they appeared in the movie "French Farm Girl". Marion Gray starred as Marianne, the French farm girl.

uketeecee:

Ukulele lovers - 1929

Marion Davies and Lawrence Gray as they appeared in the movie "French Farm Girl". Marion Gray starred as Marianne, the French farm girl.

An old postcard showing the locations of California Missions.

An old postcard showing the locations of California Missions.

jasecarson:

Madeliene Carroll, Robert Donat - in ”The 39 Steps” , 1935 - directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

jasecarson:

Madeliene Carroll, Robert Donat - in ”The 39 Steps” , 1935 - directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

I’ll Buy That Dream
Words by Herb Magidson
Music by Allie Wrubel
From the RKO Picture “Sing Your Way Home”
Copyright 1945 by Burke and Van Heusen, Inc.

I’ll Buy That Dream

Words by Herb Magidson

Music by Allie Wrubel

From the RKO Picture “Sing Your Way Home”

Copyright 1945 by Burke and Van Heusen, Inc.

clarilelemike:

Hmmm…do I go for the banjolele or a pair of shears?

clarilelemike:

Hmmm…do I go for the banjolele or a pair of shears?

The Glow-Worm
Modern Version by Johnny Mercer
Original words by Lilla Cayley Robinson
Music by Paul Lincke
As recorded by Johnny Mercer on Capitol Records
Copyright 1902 by Apollo Verlag. Copyright renewed 1930 and 1952 by Edward B. Marks Music Corporation.

The Glow-Worm

Modern Version by Johnny Mercer

Original words by Lilla Cayley Robinson

Music by Paul Lincke

As recorded by Johnny Mercer on Capitol Records

Copyright 1902 by Apollo Verlag. Copyright renewed 1930 and 1952 by Edward B. Marks Music Corporation.

It Ain’t Gonna Rain No Mo’
Composed and Performed by Wendell Hall
Copyright 1923 by Wendell Woods Hall and transferred to Forster Music Publishing Company, Chicago, 1923

It Ain’t Gonna Rain No Mo’

Composed and Performed by Wendell Hall

Copyright 1923 by Wendell Woods Hall and transferred to Forster Music Publishing Company, Chicago, 1923


Phyllis Dare and Alfred Lester for “The Arcadians”, c.1915.

Phyllis Dare and Alfred Lester for “The Arcadians”, c.1915.

greatbuffalotradingpost:

Classic Country Music - Hank Williams Senior with Hank Williams Junior 1949

greatbuffalotradingpost:

Classic Country Music - Hank Williams Senior with Hank Williams Junior 1949

I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now
Words by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams
Music by Joseph E. Howard
From the 1947 Technicolor musical “I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now,” starring June Haver and Mark Stevens. Set in the turn of the 20th century, this biographical film focuses on Joseph E. Howard, the writer of this song.
This arrangement copyright 1947 by Edward B. Marks Music Corporation

I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now

Words by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams

Music by Joseph E. Howard

From the 1947 Technicolor musical “I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now,” starring June Haver and Mark Stevens. Set in the turn of the 20th century, this biographical film focuses on Joseph E. Howard, the writer of this song.

This arrangement copyright 1947 by Edward B. Marks Music Corporation

So This Is Love
Words and Music by E. Ray Goetz
As sung by Irene Bordoni in “Little Miss Bluebeard”
Copyright 1923 by Harms, Inc.

So This Is Love

Words and Music by E. Ray Goetz

As sung by Irene Bordoni in “Little Miss Bluebeard”

Copyright 1923 by Harms, Inc.