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* Indicates from the collection of Alan V. Miller
* Hadler, Mary M. The shifting, whispering sands / Mary M. Hadler. Lyrics by V.C. Gilbert. Gallatin (TN): Gallatin Music Corp., 1950. 2 p.
* Hadler, Mary M.; Gilbert, V.C. The shifting, whispering sands / Mary M. Hadler and V.C. Gilbert. New York: Gallatin Music Corp., 1955. 3 p. Music by Mary M. Hadler as recorded by Billy Vaugh, his orchestra and chorus.
* “Hal Lone Pine” folio: Harold J. Breau, "Lone Pine" singer of western songs and ballads. Toronto: Canadian Music Sales Corp., . 40 p. 16 songs.
Hal Raynor's cowboy hymnal. No.1. Hollywood, CA: Cross Music Company, c1943.
* Hall, Rich. The cowboy serenade (While I'm smoking my last cigarette) / Rich Hall. New York: Edward B. Marks Music, 1941. 5 p.
"Words and music
by Rich Hall."
* Hall, Rich. The cowboy serenade (While I'm smoking my last cigarette) / Rich Hall. New York: Edward B. Marks Music, 1941. 5 p. Variant, yellow front cover, back cover: "E.B. Marks albums to suit every taste.".
* Hamblen, Stuart. I've got so many million years (That I can't count them) / Stuart Hamblen. Arcadia, CA: Hamblen Music Co., 1954. 3 p.
* Hamblen, Stuart. This ole house / Stuart Hamblen. New York: Hamblen Music Co., 1954. 3 p. Influenced by death in High Sierras.
Hamlin's cowboy balladeer: world's greatest collection of cowboy and mountain ballads / by George B. German. (Book No.2) Chicago: M.M. Cole, 193-
* Hand me down my walking cane. Arranged by Nick Manoloff. Chicago: Calumet Music, 1935. 2 p. Cover: Ken Houghins.
* Hank Keene's collection of hill billy, mountaineer, and cowboy songs. New York: Crawford Music Corp., . 52 p.
"Containing 35 carefully
selected, outstanding songs."
* Hank Keene's 1936 edition of original mountain, cowboy, hill- billy and folk songs. New York: Hank Keene Incorporated, . 44 p. Ill. 50 songs.
* Hank Keene's book of original mountain, cowboy, hill-billy and folk songs. South Coventry, CT: Hank Keene Incorporated, 1935. 32 p. Ill. 35 songs. Stamped on cover: number four.
* Hank Keene's collection of hill billy songs. South Coventry, CT: Hank Keene Music Co., 1932. 20 p. 12 songs.
* Hank Snow folio. No.3. Beverly Hills, CA: Hill and Range Songs Inc., 1953. 44 p.
Ill. 16 songs.
* Hank Snow song and picture folio. No.5. New York: Hill and Range Songs Inc., 1965. 56 p. Ill. 14 songs.
* Hank Snow: the singing ranger. Folio no.4. Beverly Hills, CA: Hill and Range Songs Inc., 1956. 41 p. Ill. 13 songs.
* Hank Snow the singing ranger: America's newest recording star. New York: Hill and Range Songs Inc., 1949. 38 p.
Ill. 16 songs.
* Hank Snow the singing ranger: America's outstanding composer of folk ballads and hillybilly songs. Folio no.2. New York: Hill and Range Songs Inc., 1951. 37 p.
Ill. 15 songs.
* Hank Snow the singing ranger - America's outstanding composer of folk ballads and hillbilly songs. No.2. Beverly Hills, CA: Hill and Range Songs Inc., 1951. 37 p. Ill. 15 songs. Variant, back cover: "Forty-six outstanding song folio ...; cover "price $1.00."
* Hank Thompson's Brazos Valley hit songs. No.1. New York: Hill and Range Songs Inc., 1954. 36 p.
Ill. 15 songs.
* Hank Williams' country hit parade. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1950. 47 p. Ill. 20 songs. See: Hank and the Drifting Cowboys; "Little" Jimmy Dickens.
* Hank Williams' country music folio. Nashville: Acuff-Rose Publications, 1948. 48 p.
Ill. 20 songs.
* Hank Williams' favorite songs. Nashville: Fred Rose Music, 1953. 47 p.
Ill. 20 songs.
* Hanley, James F. Just a cottage small (by a waterfall) / James F. Hanley. New York: Harms, 1925. Music by James F. Hanley; lyrics by B.G. DeSylva. 5 p.
* Hanley, James F. Just a cottage small (by a waterfall) / James F. Hanley. New York: Harms, 1925. Music by James F. Hanley; lyrics by B.G. DeSylva. Sung by John McCormack. 5 p.
Hanson, Joseph Mills. Cowboy song / Joseph Mills Hanson. Yankton, SD: ?, 1904.
Hanson, Joseph Mills. The railroad corral / Joseph Mills Hanson. Variant of Cowboy Song. np, 1910.
* Happy Chappies (Fred Howard and Nat Vincent): greatest collection of outdoor songs - every song is original. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1935. 64 p.
"21 most outstanding
songs such as:
* The Happy Cowboy sings and plays songs of pioneer days. Edited by Kenneth S. Clark. New York: Paull-Pioneer Music, 1934. 64 p.
for harmonica, guitar and ukulele.
* "Happy Go Lucky" Joe Barker and his Chuckwagon Gang roundup of song hits. Book no.1. Foreword by Doc Williams. New York: Dixie Music Publishing, 1943. 32 p. Ill. 25 songs. (Book no.5 of "Roundup of Song Hits" series).
* Happy Jack Turner: mountain songs, western songs, home songs, cowboy songs. Deluxe edition. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1942. 95 p.
Happy Jack Turner,
the singing pianist.
* The Happy Ranger collection of cowboy songs. New York: Amsco Music Sales, 1938. 64 p. 38 songs. On cover: Arizona Red
* Harper, Redd (Mr. Texas). A quiet time to wait upon the Lord / Redd Harper. Hollywood, CA: Fiesta Music; Toronto: Canadian Music Sales, 1952. [2 p.]
Harris, Will J.; Robinson, Harry I. Montana / Will J. Harris and Harry I. Robinson. np: c1908.
Harris, Will J.; Robinson, Harry I. Yonkle, the cow-boy Jew / Will J. Harris and Harry I. Robinson. np: c1908.
Harrison, Edward "Tex". Texas buckaroos: song scrap book, your radio pals, Tex and Ginger / Edward Harrison. Pittsburgh, PA: "Tex" Edward Harrison, 1936. 8pp
Harry Bryan, the Lone Cowboy, songs of the mountains and plains. New York: Dixie Music Co., 1939.
* Hawkshaw Hawkins song folio. Cincinnati: Lois Music Publishing, 1949. 31 p.
Ill. 14 songs.
* Hayes, Billy; Leeds, Milton. Yesterday's kisses (Are tear-drops today) / Billy Hayes and Milton Leeds. New York: United Music Corp., 1950. 3 p. Cover: Recorded by Texas Jim Robertson.
* Hayride Jamboree Barn Dance album. Chicago: Chart Music Publishing House, 1946. 50 p.
He was singin' this song: a collection of forty-eight traditional songs of the American cowboy, with words, music, pictures, and stories. By Jim Bob Tinsley. Music transcribed by Elizabeth Orth from the singing of the author. Forewords by Gene Autry and S. Omar Barker. Orlando: University Presses of Florida, 1981. 255 p.
* Heart ballads: twenty new favorites, complete with words and music, guitar, ukulele and banjo chords. Portland, OR: American Music Inc., 1940-1942.
Folio no.1. 1941. 48 p. 20 songs.
Folio no.2. 1940. 48 p. 20 songs.
Folio no.3. 1940. 48 p. 20 songs.
Folio no.4. 1941. 50 p. 22 songs.
Folio no.5. 1941. 50 p. 22 songs.
Folio no.6. 1941. 50 p. 21 songs.
Folio no.7. 1941. 50 p. 20 songs.
Folio no.8. 1941. 50 p. 22 songs.
Folio no.9. 1941. 50 p. 22 songs.
Folio no.10. 1942. 50 p. 23 songs.
* Henry Hall's souvenir song book: five years of Radio Rhythm 1932-1937. Selected by Henry Hall. London, England: Cecil Lennox, 1934. 24 p. 18 songs. See: "Cowboy" p.15.
* Herbert, Victor. Indian summer / Victor Herbert. Lyrics by Al. Dubin. New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1939. Cover: featured by Al Donahue. 5 p.
* The Hi-Boys and Radio Rangers' western heart throbs: a selected collection of famous copyrighted songs, songs you hear on the radio and records. New York: Bob Miller, 1937. 50 p.
Ill. 23 songs.
* The Hi-Boys Max Raney, Doye O'Dell and their Radio Rangers song book, an outstanding collection of original ranch, mountain and heart songs. Compiled and edited by Betty Ann Fisher. New York: Stasny Music Corp., . 64 p.
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