Publication information: 1902-1905.
A collection of sheet music and manuscript numbers for the musical, "The Wizard of Oz," all contained in a folder labeled "director's score." While most of the music is by Paul Tietjens with lyrics by L. Frank Baum (pub. M. Witmark, 1902), there are several interpolated numbers by other collaboraters, including "I Love Only One Girl in This Wide, Wide World" by Gus Edwards and Will D. Cobb (F.A. Mills, 1903); "Sammy" by Edward Hutchinson and James O'Dea (S. Bloom, 1902); "Ball of All Nations" by A. Baldwin Sloane and Edgar Smith (ms.); "Hurrah for Baffin's Bay" by Theodore F. Morse and Vincent Bryan (Howley, Haviland & Dresser, 1903); "On a Pay Night Evening" by Bruno Schilinski and John W. West (Howley, Haviland & Dresser, 1902); "Down on the Brandywine" by J.B. Mullen and Vincent Bryan (Shapiro, Remick & Co., 1904); "Twas Enough to Make a Perfect Lady Mad" by Mullen and Bryan (Shapiro, Remick & Co., 1904); "Sitting Bull" by Chas. Zimmerman and Bryan (V. Bryan, 1905); and "Honey My Sweet" by Geo. A. Spink and Henry M Blossom, Jr. (E. Schuberth, 1902).
Forms part of: Tams-Witmark/Wisconsin Collection. See overall collection record for more information.