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Born in Elgin, Illinois, USA
Died in Chicago, Illinois, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Composer and songwriter ("Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland", "Let Me Call You Sweetheart"), educated with Emil Liebling in Chicago and at the Berlin Conservatory with Yetlitzky. Joining ASCAP in 1939, his chief musical collaborator was Beth Slater Whitson. His other popular-song compositions include "When I Dream of Old Erin", "If I Should", "In His Steps", "Baby Mine", "In Poppyland", "Wigwam Dance", "Indian Sun Dance", and "The Trailing Arbutus".

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Wrote the music for numerous patriotic songs that were published by the North American Music Company in 1918 and 1919.

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