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PAUL BLISS ARCHIVE. Paul Bliss, songwriter and composer. ca. 1928-1932 of Owego, New York
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Possible grandson? of Philip Paul Bliss. P. P. Bliss (1838-1876) was an American hymn writer and Gospel singer. Arranger of Ol'Car'lina Letter from Charles Willis, Hawaii and of the Willis Music Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio along with some catalogs of the Willis Music Company Sheet Music - THREE SUMMER FANCIES. Piano Four-Hands by Paul Bliss published by the Willis Music Co. 1926. Signed on the cover "Compliments of Paul Bliss" MAYOR'S MUSIC-SPELLER: The Easiest and Simplest Practical Method of Learning to Read Music by Edouard Mayor. Willis Music Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1916 Inscribed to Lina Marie Loring, Compliments of Paul Bliss (Ed. Mayor) wraps 32 pages. Ms. sheet music ASTERS [2], BELLS, BOATS, BROOKS, CANDY, CLOCKS, CLOWNS, COBWEBS, COLORS, DANDELIONS, FAIRES AND BROWNIES. Each is crossed out. Notes and words. Only the Asters are signed by Paul Bliss. 4 pages of manuscript sheet music. One with a title LOVE'S IN MY HEART TODAY. Letter from Sarah Grames Clark to Paul Bliss May 1, 1929 1 page about proofs for AT THE END OF THE WARPATH that Paul Bliss must have arranged. The music is credited to John Iroquois. We also have the published Indian Operetta wraps 40 pages. Other letters including more from Sarah Grames Clark. Much reference to Paul Bliss using nom-de-plumes. Letters from music publishers about royalties.
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