Lee S. Roberts

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Leland Stanford Roberts (1884–1949), commonly known as Lee S. Roberts, was an American composer and pianist.[1]

He is best known for his composition 'Smiles' with lyricist J. Will Callahan,[2] written in 1917, but was a prolific composer across many genres of music.

He was also the Vice-President of the QRS Music Roll Company, and recorded hundreds of piano rolls under his name and also the pseudonym Stanford Robar.[3] He was particularly active in recording salon and ballad style music.

He lived in San Francisco.[4]

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