Lot 755. 5 Early 1900s-40s Books of Children’s Songs. Four are hardbacks published without dust jackets: 1. “Santa’s Santalady: A Christmas Cantata for the Sunday School,” book and lyrics by Rowland H. Radcliffe, music by Arthur Radcliffe, 1924 paperback, “1930” written on front cover, vg, many Christmas songs. 2. “The Children’s Music Box,” lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, music by Frank E. Churchill, illustrations by Wolo, 1945 hardback, first edition, ex. Excellent illustrations and 20 songs, including “The Aardvark, the Yak and the Gnu” and “I Hate to Think.” 3. “My Picture Book of Songs” by Alene Dalton, Myriel Ashton, Erla Young, 1947 hardback, first edition. Vg+ cover, ex-m contents. Large book very well illustrated with 50 children’s songs categorized by the four seasons. 4. “Merry Songs for Boys and Girls” by Winnifred Loerch Gomez with illustrations by Eunice Young Smith, 1949 hardback, first edition, vg+ to ex, with 77 songs, some familiar such as “Twinkle, Little Star” and “America, the Beautiful,” and some less so, such as “Come, Ride with Me to Toyland” and “The Monkeys and the Crocodile.” Also: 5. “Musical Joys for Girls and Boys – Fourteen Very Easy Vocal or Instrumental Pieces,” 1908 softcover, p-f, covers and eight pages disconnected, 32 pages, nicely illustrated by Andre de Takacs, known for his art nouveau sheet music images. Minimum Bid $10.