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Vandersloot Music Publishing Company



Vandersloot Music Publishing Company was an American publisher of marches, waltzes, rags, religious music, and popular music of the Tin Pan Alley genre. The firm was founded in 1899 by Frederick William Vandersloot, Jr. (1866–1931) and his brother, Caird Melvill Vandersloot (born 1869).[1][2] F. W. Vandersloot was a gospel singer, composer, and choir director.[3] In 1913, the firm was based at 233 West 3rd Street, Williamsport, Pennsylvania[4] with an office in New York at 41 W 18th Street, an area ten blocks directly south of what then became known as Tin Pan Alley.

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Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

"My sunny Sue (A rustic ballade)", 1902

 Item — Box 2: Series Vocal_sheet_music_001, Folder: My A-My L, Object: 72
Identifier: Vocal_sheet_music_001

'Tis Sweet to be Remembered, 1902

 Item — Box 3: Series Vocal_sheet_music_001, Folder: Ti-To, Object: 13
Identifier: Vocal_sheet_music_001