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Yellen, Jack Selig, 1892-1991

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1892-07-06 - 1991-04-17

American lyricist and screenwriter best remembered for writing the lyrics to the song "Happy Days Are Here Again".

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Are You Happy?, 1927

 Item
Identifier: 1979.028.1
Scope and Contents "Are You Happy?" Featured by Bernie Cummins and His Orchestra. With ukulele and banjulele banjo arrangements. Copyright Ager, Yellen, and Bornstein, Inc.
Dates: Copyright: 1927

Johnny's In Town, 1919

 Item
Identifier: 2001.029.2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: A collection of war related sheet music from the era loosely surrounding the First World War up to the period of the Second.
An artificial collection build up over several decades comprised of pieces drawn from numerous purchases, donations, and items pulled from various older collections.
Dates: Copyright: 1919

So Long Sammy Song, 1917

 Item
Identifier: 2001.029.3
Scope and Contents From the Collection: A collection of war related sheet music from the era loosely surrounding the First World War up to the period of the Second.
An artificial collection build up over several decades comprised of pieces drawn from numerous purchases, donations, and items pulled from various older collections.
Dates: Copyright: 1917

The Battle Song of Liberty, 1917

 Item
Identifier: 2001.029.1
Scope and Contents Dedicated to the United States Army and Navy. Music adapted from the popular marching song of the US Army and Navy set to the music of America's favorite march 'Our Director' composed by F.E. Bigelow. Illustrated by one of the two Starmer brothers.
Dates: Copyright: 1917