Tod B. Galloway
Born: 13 October 1863, Columbus, Ohio
Died: 12 October 1935, Columbus, Ohio
Composer and songwriter ("The Whiffenpoof Song"), educated at Amherst College (BA, MA). He was a probate judge, then a secretary to the governor of Ohio. During World War I, he was a YMCA entertainer in France. Joining ASCAP in 1933, his other popular-song compositions include "Little Boy Blue", "O Heart of Mine", "The Gypsy Trail", "When Spring Comes Laughing", "Where the Highway Steps Along", "My Laddie", "Along Upon the House Tops to the North" and "Pickaninny Lullaby".
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