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Written by Barry Kowal   
Mar 12, 2017 at 07:32 PM
TOP SONGS IN THE USA FOR 1902* 


 


No. Song-Artist-Peak month
 1 ARKANSAS TRAVELER-LEN SPENCER-APRIL
 2 BILL BAILEY,WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME-ARTHUR COLLINS-August
 3 IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME-J.W. MYERS-December
 4 ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON-J.W. MYERS-May
 5 WAY DOWN IN OLD INDIANA-J.W. MYERS-July
 6 GOOD MORNING,CARRIE-BERT WILLIAMS & GEORGE WALKER-February
 7 THE MANSION OF ACHING HEARTS-HARRY MacDONOUGH-October
 8 THE MANSION OF ACHING HEARTS-Byron G. Harlan-October
 9 UNDER THE BAMBOO TREE-Harry MacDonough-December
10 WHEN IT'S ALL GOING OUT AND NOTHING COMING IN-Bert Williams-January
11 The Mansion Of Aching Hearts-J.W. Myers-July
12 The Wedding Of Reuben And The Maid-Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan-January
13 Tell Me,Dusky Maiden-Arthur Collins-February
14 Tell Me,Dusky Maiden-Joe Natus-February
15 On A Sunday Afternoon-Edward M.Favor-August
16 Last Day Of School At Pumpkin Center-Cal Stewart-June
17 In The Good Old Summer Time-William Redmond-October
18 Nancy Brown-J.W. Myers-July
19 There's A Lot Of Things You Never Learn At School-Dan Quinn-June
20 Pretty Molly Shannon-J.W. Myers-May
21 Home,Sweet,Home-Harry MacDonough-April
22 For Old Times' Sake-Jere Mahoney-February
23 If Money Talks,It Ain't On Speaking Terms With Me-Arthur Collins-December
24 Two Rubes In A Tavern-Byron G.Harlan-November
25 Two Rubes In A Tavern-Frank Stanley-November
26 The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous-Dan Quinn-October
27 Shepherd's Dance-Charles D'Almaine-September
28 Jennie Lee-Harry MacDonough-September
29 Daybreak At Calamity Farm-Len Spencer-August
30 Hiawatha-Dan Quinn-November
31 On A Sunday Afternoon-J.Aldrich Libbey-July
32 Alice,Where Art Thou-Jules Levy-February
33 I Don't Like That Face You Wear-Bert Williams & George Walker-January
34 My Beautiful Irish Maid-Harry MacDonough-December
35 Hiawatha Two-Step-Sousa's Band-November
36 Semper Fidelis-Sousa's Band-April
37 Jack Tar March-Sousa's Band-October
38 My Little Gipsy Maid-J.W. Myers-December
39 The Birds-Joe Belmont-November
40 The Birds-Byron G.Harlan-November
41 Bill Bailey,Won't You Please Come Home-Silas Leachman-October
42 First Rehearsal For The Huskin' Bee-Byron G.Harlan-August
43 First Rehearsal For The Huskin' Bee-Frank Stanley-August
44 Josephine,My Jo-Harry MacDonough-August
45 Bye And Bye You Will Forget Me-S.H. Dudley-June
46 My Carolina Lady-Harry MacDonough-June
47 Pretty Molly Shannon-Mina Hickman-May
48 The Palms-Jules Levy-March
49 The Fortune Telling Man-Bert Williams-February
50 While The Leaves Came Drifting Down-S.H. Dudley-February
51 Bye And Bye You Will Forget Me-Harry MacDonough-February
52 Creole Belles-Metropolitan Orchestra-January
53 On A Sunday Afternoon-Harry MacDonough-August
54 Blaze Away-Fred Van Eps-August
55 Closing Time At The Country Grocery-Byron G.Harlan & Frank Stanley-December
56 I Want To Be A Liddy-Edward M.Favor-November

  * This list was compiled by data from the book titled 
"Joel Whitburn's Pop Memories 1890-1954"(1986) by Billboard 
Publications,Inc.
Whitburn's book used data from:
   Jim Walsh
   Talking Machine World (monthly record industry periodical)
   Sheet Music Sales
   ASCAP
   Record Label Publications:Victor,Edison,Columbia,Zono-Phone
   Best-selling records information 
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