Abe Olman

Abe Olman (December 20, 1887 – January 4, 1984), born Abraham Olshewitz, was an American songwriter and music publisher. He composed a number of successful ragtime and popular songs including "Red Onion Rag" (1912), "Down Among the Sheltering Palms" (1915), "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!" (1917), and "Down By the O-Hi-O" (1920). He was later director of ASCAP, and a founder of the Songwriters Hall of Fame which, in 1983, named the annual Abe Olman Publisher Award in his honor. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Olman, Abe.
Published 1919
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by Olman, Abe
Published 1917
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by Olman, Abe.
Published 1913
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by Olman, Abe.
Published 1920
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by Olman, Abe.
Published 1915
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by Olman, Abe.
Published 1917
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Published 1917
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