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* Indicates from the collection of Alan V. Miller

National hillbilly news, 1946

* National hillbilly news: the entertainer's magazine. Huntington, WVa: Poster Show Print Co. c1945-46 monthly

no.10, Apr. 1946. 27 p. Ill.
"Stories and pictures of your favorite radio stars"
"Little Shoe."

National jamboree, 1946

* National jamboree: songs, stories, pictures, music. Dunellen, NJ: Words to Songs. c1949 bimonthly

v.1, no.2, Aug. 1949. 50 p. 76 songs.
Ill.: Lulu Bell and Scotty, Carson Robison, Whip Wilson, Bob Wills.
v.1, no.4, Nov.-Dec. 1949. 50 p. 65 songs.
Ill.: Smiley Burnette, Rex Allen, Dale Evans, Red Foley, Hank Thompson.

* National song magazine. New York: D.S. Publishing, c1942- monthly

* Nelson, Steve; Hilliard, Bob. Bouquet of roses. Hollywood, CA: Hall and Range Songs, 1948. [2pp] Cover: Recorded for Victor Records by Eddy Arnold.

Songs of famous hill billies, 1934

* New and original favorite songs of famous hill billies. New York: Amsco Music Sales, 1934. 64 p. Ill. 30 songs.

"Featured by famous hill billy groups of radio, stage and screen."
"Songs of heart and home, romance, pathos and comedy."
"Songs arranged for tenor banjo, guitar and ukulele."

New Carson Robison song album,

* The new Carson Robison song album. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., 1932. 45 p.

Cover: Carson Robison and Bud Billings.
"20 complete songs including:
Barnacle Bill the sailor,
Left my gal in the mountains,
Open up dem pearly gates,
Sleepy Rio Grande."

* The new Carson Robison song album. 2nd Edition. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., 1932. 47 p. 22 songs. Carson Robison and his Buckaroos, CBS.

* The new Carson Robison song album. 2nd Edition. New York: Southern Music Publishing Co., 1932. 47 p. 22 songs. Carson Robison and his Pioneers, NBC.

*  New cowboy songs by Wilf Carter, popularly known as Montana Slim. No.4. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, 1939. 32 p. 14 songs.

* The new Hank Keene book of original mountain, cowboy, hill-billy and folk songs. New York: Hank Keene Incorporated, 1936. 36 p. Ill. 41 songs.

Newest Carson Robison collection,

* The newest Carson Robison collection of 23 songs and just a poem or two. London: Francis, Day and Hunter; New York: Robbins Music Corp., 194-. Carson Robison and his Oxydol Pioneers. 48 p.

"With guitar and ukulele chords".
"Contents includes:
Home, sweet home on the prairie (Oxydol Radio theme song),
Long, long, ways from home,
Ramblin' cowboy,
Texas Dan, etc."

   The newest Carson Robison collection of 25 Songs. New York: Robbins Music Corp., c1940.

   Nichols, Sam E. (Cowboy Sam). The Roaming Cowboy: book no. 2 / by Sam E. Nichols. [Eagle Pass, TX; Sam E. Nichols, 193-]. 48 p.

 Ride' em cowboy!, 1939

* Nightingale, Mae. Ride' em cowboy! An operetta for boys' voices in two acts. New York: G. Schirmer, 1939. 82 p.

"Book and lyrics by Beatrice Humiston McNeil."
"Music by Mae Nightingale."
"Vocal score contains full dialogue and stage directions."
"Complete stage manager's guide also published."

* Nogero, Francisco di. My love in a muleteer. Music by F. di Nogero; lyrics by Emilie Frances Bauer. Boston; New York: Arthur P. Schmidt, 1917, c1916. 7 p. Versions for soprano or tenor.

* Northland songs . No. 1. Lyrics by John Murray Gibbon. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, 1936. 23 p.

* Northland songs . No. 2. Lyrics by John Murray Gibbon; arranged by Ernest MacMillan. Toronto: Gordon V. Thompson, 1938. 32 p. See "In covered wagon," p.4.

* Norworth, Ned; Stover, Harry. In a covered wagon with you. Chicago: Ned Norworth Inc., 1923. 5 p.

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