Song is listed as, "Latest by the Girl who wrote Sweet Rosie O'Grady"; inside front cover is an advertisement with musical excerpts for various songs published by Jos. W. Stern; song is listed as "To Miss Lottie Gilson"; page four includes a text advertisement at the bottom of the page for "Wish Daddy Good-Luck Today"; page five includes a text advertisement at the bottom of the page for "Take Back Your Gold"; page six is an advertisement with musical excerpts for "The Latest Vocal and Instrumental Numbers by The Writer of Sweet Melodies Max S. Witt"; inside back cover is an advertisement with musical excerpts for various songs published by Jos. W. Stern; back cover is an advertisement, with musical excerpts, printed in green for "A Few Extracts of some of Monroe H. Rosenfeld's Beautiful Songs"
Cover - "Sung by May Irwin in her latest comedy Success Sister Mary"; cover - "The music of this song is dedicated to Miss Ruth Hapgood"; Plate number: 11243; back cover is an advertisement, with musical excerpts, printed in blue for "Songs by Adam Geibel
Cover lists descirbes the song as a "Coon Song & Chorus"; authors are listed as having also written "The Black 400's Ball", "You'll Have to Choose Another Baby Now", The Wedding of the Chinee & the Coon" - cover; inside cover contains musical excerpts for "Darky Songs of the Era. New, novel and catchy."
"Words and music written by Minnie Graves Watson"; Back cover has advertisement and refrain from "My heart has learned to love you: a beautiful song with quartette chorus" by Dave Reed and Ernest R. Ball; Plate number: M.W.&SONS 11376-3; The color represented in the digital image may differ significantly from the original and may not contain annotations. For annotation information, please contact Music Services.