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* Indicates from the collection of Alan V. Miller
* M. M. Cole edition of Carson J. Robison's world's greatest collection of mountain ballads and old time songs. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1930. 67 p. 50 songs. See: "Bury me not on the lone prairie.", "Dying cowboy."
* Mac (Lester McFarland) and Bob (Robert Gardner) book of songs old and new. Chicago: Agricultural Broadcasting Co., distributed by M.M. Cole Publishing, 1931. 64 p. 30 songs.
* Mac (Lester McFarland) and Bob (Robert Gardner) deluxe edition: mountain songs, western songs, cowboy songs. Chicago: M. M. Cole Publishing, 1941. 96 p. 75 songs. Both were blind.
* "Mac" (Lester McFarland) and "Bob's" (Robert Gardner) WLS book of songs (old and new): including these favorites: "Twenty one years", "I took it," "Asleep at the switch," and twenty seven others. Chicago: Prairie Press, distributed by Cole Publishing, 1931. 62 p. 30 songs.
* "Mac's" songs of the road and range. New York: Southern Music Publishing (Peer International), 1932. 47 p. 22 songs.
and edited by Harry K. [Mac] McClintock and Sterling Sherwin."
* Malotte, Albert Hay. Song of the open road. New York: A.B.C. Music, 1935. 7 p.
* The man on the flying trapeze. Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1935. 5 p. Arranged by Nick Manoloff. Cover: "Bill Newcomb, Radio Station WLS, Chicago, Ill."
* Manning, Dick. The treasure of Sierra Madre. Lyric by Buddy Kaye. New York: Remick Music Corp., 1947. 3 p.
* Manning, Richard. Twilight trail. New York: G. Schirmer, 1947. 5 p.
* Manoloff, Nick. She'll be comin' round the mountain. Chicago: Calumet Music Co., 1935. 5 p. Arranged by Manoloff.
Marc Williams collection of favorite cowboy songs. New York: Bob Miller, 1937.
* Markes, Larry; Charles, Dick. I tipped my hat and slowly rode away. New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1946. 5 p.
"Words and music
by Larry Markes and Dick Charles."
* Markes, Larry; Charles, Dick; De Lange, Eddie. Along the Navajo trail. New York: Leeds Music, 1945, c1942. 5 p. Cover: "As recorded by Dinah Shore."
* Markes, Larry; Charles, Dick; De Lange, Eddie. Along the Navajo trail. New York: Leeds Music, 1945, c1942. 5 p. Cover: Recorded by Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters.
* Martine, Georges. Far-West: selection of cow-boy songs. London: Ascherberg, Hopwood, and Crew, 1939. 7 p. Selections from 12 songs, including: "Home on the range," "The cowboy's dream," "Red River valley," "Cowboy's dance song," "Where the beautiful Red River flows."
* Marvin, Johnny; Autry, Gene. Goodbye, little darlin', goodbye. New York: Chappell and Co., 1940. 4 p.
"From the Republic
Picture 'South of the border'."
* Marx, Joe; Dave, Red River. My gal from Houston. New York: Tex Ritter Music Publications. 1946. 5 p. Cover: "Norma Van Court."
* Massey, Louise; Penny, Lee. My adobe hacienda. New York: Southern Music Publishing (Peer International), 1941. 3 p. Cover photo of Billy Williams.
* Massey, Louise; Penny, Lee. My adobe hacienda. New York: Peer International, 1941. 4 p. Cover photo of Marquita Linda.
* Massey, Louise; Penny, Lee. My adobe hacienda. New York: Peer International, 1941. 5 p. Cover: "Sincerely Milton Starr."
Max Martin's book of songs of the prairies. np, nd.
* McCarthy Joe Jr.; Segal, Jack; Brooks, John Benson. A boy from Texas - a girl from Tennessee. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., 1947. 3 p.
McCarthy, Joseph; Tierney, Harry. The ranger's song. New York: ?Miller Music, c1944.
* McClintock, Harry (Mac) The bum song. San Francisco: Villa Moret, 1928. 5 p.
"Words and music
by Harry McClintock, 'Mac'."
* McHugh, Jimmy. Say it (over and over again). Words by Frank Loesser. New York: Famous Music, 1940. 5 p. From the Paramount Picture, "Buck Benny rides again" starring Jack Benny.
Medearis, Angela Shelf. The zebra-riding cowboy: a folk song from the old West. Collected by A. S. Medearis; illustrated by Maria Cristina Brusca. New York: H. Holt, 1992. [32 pp].
* Mel Bay fun with the ukulele. Kirkwood, MO: Mel Bay Publications, 1961. 40 p. See: "Buffalo gals" "Red River Valley" "Home on the range".
* Mel Bay presents songs of the western frontier. Selected by Jerry Silverman. Pacific, MO: Mel Bay Publications, 1992. 11 p.
* Mercer, Johnny. I'm an old cowhand (from the Rio Grande). New York: Leo Feist, 1936. 5 p.
"Bing Crosby's outstanding
* Meyer, George W. Cross the Great Divide (I'll wait for you). Lyrics by Sam M. Lewis. New York: Geo. W. Meyer, 1913. 5 p. Cover: Ed and Jack Smith.
* Michigan's own “Knapp Family” presents this book of popular song hits by Carrie Hoffman. Detroit, MI; New York: Carrie Hoffman Music Publishers, 194- 26 p. See: “Sweetheart of Cheyenne,” p.18-19
* Miller, George L. The desert pray. Words: author unknown. New York: Carl Fisher, c1937.
* Miller, George L. I want to live in Colorado. New York: Carl Fisher, 1937. 5 p.
* The Missouri Fox Hunters deluxe song folio. No. 2 New York: Peer International, 1945. 64 p. Ill. 28 songs.
my blue moon turns to gold again,
* Mitchell, Sidney D.; Alter, Louis. Twilight on the trail. Words and music by Sidney D. Mitchell and Louis Alter. New York: Famous Music Corp., 1936. 5 p. Featured in the Paramount Picture "The trail of the lonesome pine".
* Modern cowboy: "songs and ballads". np. nd 16 p. Roy Rogers on cover.
* More cowboy songs by Wilf Carter. No.2. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, 1936. 42 p. 16 songs.
* Morrissey, Will; Burrowes, Joe. Covered wagon days. Words and music by Will Morrissey and Joe Burrowes. New York: Waterson, Berlin and Snyder, 1923. 5 p. Dedicated to James Cruze's Paramount Picture "The Covered Wagon" by Emerson Hough.
Mountain broadcast and prairie recorder. New York: Mountain Broadcast Publication Co., 1946.
* Mountain songs. Chicago: Belmont Music, 1937. 24 p. 24 songs
See: Keep a light
in your window tonight, p.8
* Mountainside melodies: a collection of old and new copyrighted favorites including old time tunes, cowboy ditties, home ballads and comedy songs. New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corp., 1934. 48 p. 20 songs.
* Muir, Lewis F; Abrahams, Maurice. Ragtime cowboy Joe. Words by Grant Clarke, arranged by Paul Hill. New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1943, c1912. 5 p. Recorded by Jo Stafford on Capitol Records.
* Music across our country. Edited by Irving Wolfe, Beatrice Perham Krone, Margaret Fullerton. Illustrated by Robert J. Lee. John E. Brewton, poetry. Chicago: Follett Publishing, 1956. 192 p.
* Music folio of popular western songs: with words and music. New York: Movie Songs Inc., 1945. 26 p. 12 songs.
* Music folio of popular western songs: arranged for piano, uke, guitar, banjo. New York: Movie Songs, 1945. 26 p. 12 songs. Cover: Roy Rogers
* Music folio of popular western songs: (with words and music). Derby, CT; Dunellen, NJ; New York: Words to Songs, 1947- quaterly
v.1, no.1, Winter 1947. 26 p. 12 songs. Cover:
v.1, no.2, Spring 1948. 26 p. 23 songs. Cover: Roy Acuff
v.1, no.3, 1948. 26 p. 23 songs. Cover: Gene Autry
v.1, no.4, 1948. 26 p. 12 songs. Cover: Denver Darling
v.1, no.5, 1948. 26 p. 23 songs.
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