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Art Beal - Poems/Songs

 The Beauty of Age by Shirley Haskett

poem by Peter Fels

poem about America

poem about Captain NitWit by John Bunting, 6/16/1971

Ode to Nitt Witt Ridge by Joanne Orr, 4/8/1979

“A Voice So Sweet”

certificate of copyright registration for various songs, 1941-1943

certificate of copyright registration for Yankee Doodle Army, 9/16/1943

Hi Ho, America, Hi Ho

Art Beal “Bull Sheet”

copyright registration for “My Star of Love” musical composition, 12/6/1941

copyright registration for “When Plans Go Wrong” musical composition, 10/24/1941 

Contract between Art Beal and Allied Music Inc. for song, “What is all this talk about”, 7/14/1941 

Contract between Art Beal and Allied Music Inc. for song, “My Star of Love”, 10/6/1941

Contract between Art Beal and Allied Music Inc. for song, “A Voice So Sweet”, 10/28/1941

Agents Agreement between Art Beal and Record-O-Shers, 10/24/1941

Agents Agreement between Art Beal and Record-O-Shers, 3/17/1942

contract between Art Beal and Allied Music, Inc for “Riding through the saddle in the blue”, 5/1/1942 

contract between Art Beal and Allied Music, Inc for “What is a Kiss”, 7/16/1942

contract between Art Beal and Willard Murrie, Mayflower Publications for “The Flag a Man Can Love”, 6/30/1942 

copyright registration for “What is a Kiss”, 11/18/1942

copyright registration for “Riding In the Saddle Through the Blue”, 8/24/1942

contract between Art Beal and Allied Music, Inc for “Those Little Sons of the Rising Sun”, 10/5/1942 

contract between Art Beal and Allied Music, Inc for “A Voice So Sweet”, 10/30/1942

contract between Art Beal and Allied Music, Inc for “Thanks to the Yanks”, 11/28/1942 

copyright registration for “Those Little Sons of the Rising Sun”, 1/1/1943

copyright registration for “A Voice So Sweet”, 2/10/1943

copyright registration for “Yankee Doodle Army”, 9/16/1943

copyright registration for “Hi Ho!, America, Hi Ho!”, 9/16/1943 

copyright registration for “Thanks to the Yanks”, 4/13/1943 

copyright registration for “Any Scrap to Blast the Japs”, 9/16/1943

copyright registration for “Sweet Bundle of Joy”, 9/16/1943 

collaboration contract between Jimmie Crane and Art Beal, 8/16/1943

contract between Art Beal and Screenland Song Service

“Our Mystery Ship Shangri_La

Piano Arrangement Agreement for “Our Flag” 

Piano Arrangement Agreement for “The Milky Way”

Piano Arrangement Agreement for “Frienship will Soothe your Heart”

Piano Arrangement Agreement for “Talk About Your Sweethearts”

Piano Arrangement Agreement for “Sharing It with the Birds”

Piano Arrangement Agreement for “My Heart is like an Onion”

Piano Arrangement Agreement for “Our Lips Repeat An Ancient Bliss”

Piano Arrangement Agreement for “Linger Little Star”

Application for United Music Club Membership

sheet music for “Those Little Sons of the Rising Sun”

sheet music for “A Memory of the Past”

sheet music for “Thanks to the Yanks”

sheet music for “A Voice So Sweet”

list of music publishers with contact info

promotional pamphlet for Ben-Et Songs

Listing of radio stations to which all songs published by Ben-Et Songs are distributed

Poems, “The Power of Mind” and “Perfection”, 10/21 & 12/10/1935

poems, “While Riding through the Valley of the Moon” and “Atribute to the Lifesaver”, 6/28/1938

“Friendship Will Sooth Your Heart”, 10/10/1939

“Friendship Will Sooth Your Heart”, 10/10/1939

musings, 1/21/1940

poem, 1/28/1940

poem, 1/31/1940

poem, 6/6/1940

poem, “A Tribute to the Man Behind the Bar”

poem, “A Tribute to the Man Behind the Bar”, 12/30/1939

poem, “If I Could Rule the Great”, 6/11/1940

poem, “The Milky Way”, 9/9/1940

copies of “The Milky Way”, 9/9/1940

poem

copies of “Our Flag” poem, 10/20/1940

 “America” poem, 11/17/1940

poem and personal notes to Art Beal, 11/18/1940

“The Truth Must Be Told” poem, 11/29/1940

song, “Sharing with the Birds and Bees”, 1/10/1941

copies of song, “Sharing with the Birds and Bees”, 1/10/1941

poems, 1/31, 2/29, 2/30/1941

poems, “Speed” and “Memory”, 1/22/1937 & 1/30/1940

poems, “My Heavenly Abode,” “Small Things Seem A Bit Trifle,” and “A Voice So Sweet”, 12/14/1939, 11/25/1940, & 11/28/1940

poem, “Bliss”, 5/24/1941

copies of “Hi Ho! America Hi Ho!” poem, 11/28/1940

poems, “We Are Sailing in Just Ten Days” and “Hi Ho! America, Hi Ho!”, 7/8/1941

poem

poem, “Bliss”, 5/24/1941

poem, “Yankee-Doodle Firefighter”, 6/6/1941

song, “When Plans Go Wrong”, 7/14/1941

song, “When Plans Go Wrong”, 7/14/1941

poem, “The hot foot battalion”, 7/19/1941

poem, “Any pots and pans to-day”, 7/27/1941

poem, “My Heart is Like an Onion”, 7/29/1941

song, “When Plans Go Wrong”, 8/25/1941

song, “Our Lips Repeat an Ancient Bliss”, 9/10/1941

copies of song, “A Voice So Sweet”, 9/14/1941

poem, “Little Blue Bonnet”, 9/27/1941

poem, “My Little Boy”, 9/30/1941

list of songs/poems

poem, “That New Kissing Style”

song, “A Yank Called Joe”, 11/19/1942

poem, “Give Me a Heart”

song, “The Roasting of the Turkey”

Letter from The Poetry Digest

poem, 1/8/1942

poem

song, “Shadows of the Rockies”, 1/11/1942

song, “Music Graph Girl”, 3/23/1942

song, “Those Little Sons of the Rising Sun”, 9/28/1942

song, “Sharing it with the Birds”, 1/10/1941

application and rules for song submission

application to enter national poetry contest

song, “Come Across to the Red Cross”, 4/6/1943

song, “Come Across to the Red Cross” plus notary seal, 4/12/1943

song, “Shangri-La”, 7/4/1943

song, “George from Georgia”, 7/13/1943

song, “Glamour Girl”, 9/27/1943

song, “Glamour Girl”, 9/27/1943

song, “Dreams Come True”, 10/1/1943

song, “Dreams Come True”, 10/1/1943

song, “Song of Victory”, 11/7/1943

song, “Give Me A Saddle and Spurs”, 1/14/1944

song, “Give Me A Saddle and Spurs”, 1/14/1944

song, “God Bless You Mom”, 1/29/1944

song, “Father and His Dream”, 2/20/1944

song, “My Little Dolly”, 2/20/1944

song, “In Our Garden of Love”, 3/21/1944

song, “A Voice So Sweet”, 5/14/1944

poems, “There is a Solution for Every Problem” and “Here is a Thought”

Biographical Info and Authorization form for Who’s Who in Poetry

poems published in The Cambrian, 3/27/1980 & 4/16/1981

poem, “My Mem’ry’s Foggy”

poem, “The Symbol of Life”, 5/14/1944

poem, “Words Fail Me Now”, 5/29/1944

poem, “The Wedding March of Nations”, 12/2/1944

poem, “Ruler of the Great”, 1/10/1950

poem, “Tis the symbol of Life”

poem, “Mother Nature Heals”

poem, “Serve in Silence”

poem, “That Tormenting Song”

poem, “That’s Why My Heart Aches”

poem

poem, “Now I Have A Rose”

poem

poem, “To the Wardens of Prison and People of the United States”

poem

poem, “The Hero”

poem, “Ruler of the Great”

poem, “Ruler of the Great”

poem, “Ruler of the Great”

song, “Mr. Doolittle, He Good It”

poem, “Let Your Heart Remember”

poem, “My Heart Goes Wild”

song, “Double Shuffle Beat”

poem, “Four Eyes”

poem

poem, “Whose a Liar”

musings about “problems of prohibition”

poem, “My Sweet”

poem, “The Roasting of the Turkey” and musings

poems, 3/17/1942

poem, “Beauty”, 10/4/1941

song, “The Only Thing Is Song”, 12/2/1941

poem, “Tis the symbol of Life,” 5/14/1944

poems

song, “Friendship will Sooth Your Heart”, 10/10/1939

copies of song, “Sharing with the Birds and Bees”, 1/10/1941

Request for Ukelele Arrangement for Art Beal songs

poem, “The Man Behind the Bar”

poem

Art Beal cards with poems

poem

poem

poem

poem and personal notes to Art Beal

poem

poem

poem, “We Will Wade in Fun”

poem, “Let Your Heart Remember”

poems, “When Plans Go Wrong” and “In Our Garden of Love”

poem, “The Symbol of Life”

poem, “The Milky Way”

poem, “Give me a Saddle and Spurs” and “The Wedding March and Nations”, 2/3/1944

poem, “I’d Build A Highway to Heaven”

poem, “Riding in the Saddle of the Blue”

poems, “Remember A Heart” and “Dream Come True”

poem, “Remember—O Heart!”

poem, “Give Me a Heart”

poem, “The Symbol of Life”, 5/14/1944

poem, “The Only Thing is Song”, 12/2/1941

poem, “If I Could Rule the Great”, 6/11/1940

poem, “The Symbol of Life”, 5/14/1944

poem, “Friendship Will Sooth your Heart”, 10/10/1939

poem, “My Heart is Like an Onion”, 7/29/1941

poem, “I Met My Darling There”

poem, “A Memory of the Past”

poem, “You Are Mean and Vicious (With My Heart)”

poem, “In My Meditation”

poem, “The Hero”

poem, “Our Flag”

poem, “Now I Have A Rose”

poem

poem, “Ruler of the Great”

poem, “If You Should Capture My Heart”

poem, “Mighty Schemer”

poem, “Bonds for Bombs”

poem, “A Memory of the Past”

poem, “Beauty”

poem, “What is a Kiss?”

poem, “Serve in Silence”

poem, “She is a Cute Little Charmer”

poem, “‘Tis the Dream I Lost”

poem, “Mother Nature Heals”

poem, “Paradise in Heaven”

poem, “A Western Mountain Cheer”

poem, “My Heart Goes Wild”

poem, “I’d Build A Highway to Heaven”

poem, “That’s Why My Heart Aches”

poem, “I Met My Darling There”

poems, “In Our Garden of Love” and “My Sweet”, 6/12/1975

poem, “The Beauty of Age”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 

 



 



 

 



 





 

 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 







 

 

 

 

 

 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 





 



 



 



 



 



 

 



 



 





 



 



 

 



 



 

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