Beth Slater Whitson

Beth Slater Whitson (December 1, 1879 – April 26, 1930) was an American lyricist. Whitson was born in Goodrich, Tennessee and died in Nashville, Tennessee. She composed lyrics to over 400 songs, and is best remembered for the songs "Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland" (1909) and "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" (1910), both becoming one of the largest selling songs in sheet music.

In 1913, Whitson and her family moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where she and her sister, Alice, continued to write. Beth Slater Whitson wrote poetry and short stories. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Friedman, Leo, 1869-1927.
Published 1909
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by Williams, Spencer, 1889-1965.
Published 1911
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by Rossiter, Will, 1867-1954,
Published 1911
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by Friedman, Leo, 1869-1927.
Published 1937
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by Friedman, Leo, 1869-1927.
Published 1909
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by Bellin, Betty.
Published 1918
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by Friedman, Leo, 1869-1927.
Published 1910
Other Authors: '; ...Whitson, Beth Slater, 1879-1930....
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by Friedman, Leo, 1869-1927.
Published 1909
Other Authors: '; ...Whitson, Beth Slater, 1879-1930....
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by Cooke, Irene.
Published 1915
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by Phillips, Herbert (Composer),
Published 1911
Other Authors: '; ...Whitson, Beth Slater, 1879-1930,...
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