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Box 28, Folder 1

He doeth all things well, or, My sister : a ballad Boston :Geo. P. Reed,1847

Additional Note

Music by I. B. Woodbury
Words by F. M. E.
Lithographer : Lane & Scott' s Lith.

Note

'Rare -see 'Prints in and of America to 1850,' page 271'
Box 28, Folder 2

He doeth all things well, or, my sister : a ballad Boston :G. P. Reed,1847

Additional Note

Music by I. B. Woodbury
Words by F. M. E.
Lithographer : [Weller?]
Box 28, Folder 2

On Ellen's bosom blushed a rose : a song Boston :Oakes & Swan,1840

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by T. V. Wiesenthal
Lithographer : F. H. Lane, del.; Thayer, successor to Moore, Boston
Box 28, Folder 2

Wrecker's daughter : a quick step, sixth edition Boston :Henry Prentiss,1840

Additional Note

Music by Conrad Fay
Lithographer : R. Cooke, del.; B. W. Thayer's Lithography, Boston
Box 28, Folder 2

Waltz de la rose Boston :Henry Prentiss,1840

Additional Note

Composed by Zaleucus
Lithographer : R. Cooke, del.; [B. W. ]Thayer's Lithography, successor to Moore, Boston
Box 28, Folder 2

From the Alp the horn resounding (Das Alpenhorn) New York :Firth & Hall,n.d.New York :James L. Hewitt & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Heinrich Proch
Lithographer : Fleetwood

Note

'... Fleetwood excellent and scarce...'
Box 28, Folder 3

The fair rose of Killarney : ballad New York :Hewitt & Jaques,[1837 -1841]

Additional Note

Music by Stephen Glover
Words by Miss Eliza Cook
Lithographer : N. Currier's Lith., New York
Box 28, Folder 3

The old arm chair : a ballad, fourth edition Boston :Wm. H. Oakes,1840

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Words by Miss Eliza Cook
Lithographer : E. Champney, del.
Box 28, Folder 3

I am the Bayadere (Je suis le Bajadere) : the tamborine song New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1847.New York :Wm. Hall & Son ,1847

Additional Note

Arranged by N. Cha[rle]s Boscha
Lithographer : Ch. Currier's Lith. on stone by F. Davignon
Performed by Madame Anna Bishop
From :(The only correct editions) Songs of Madame Anna Bishop
Box 28, Folder 3

The social waltzes, being a sett of simple slow movements designed for the use of social dancing parties Boston :Keith Music Publishing House,1844

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Frederick N. Palmer
Lithographer : [Benj. Champney, artist] ; Thayer & Cos., Lith., Boston
Box 28, Folder 3

Annie Lawrie : a Scotch ballad Boston :Oliver Ditson,[1842].Cleveland :S. Brainerd & Co. ,[1856 -1859]

Additional Note

Lithographer :
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans, [1852 -1856] ; G. W. Brainerd & Co., Louisville, [1851 -1854] ; Gould & Berry, New York, [1852 -1853] ; C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 28, Folder 4

The wheelbarrow or cider polka Boston :Oliver Ditson,1856.Boston :C. C. Clapp & Co. ,1856

Additional Note

Music by A. Barrel Apples
Lithographer : [Winslow Homer] ; Bufford's Lith., Boston, Photograph by Turner & Cutting

Note

Also published by S.T. Gordon, New York ; Beck & Lawton, Philadelphia ; and Truax & Baldwin, Cincinnati.
Box 28, Folder 4

Punch! in the presence of the Passenjare : song and chorus Cincinnati :John Church & Co.,1876.Chicago :Root & Sons Music Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Additional words and music by A. O. Hand
Text by Mark Twain
Box 28, Folder 4

The parting, or The Sailor's wife New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1836]

Additional Note

Composed by G. A. Hodson
Poetry by J. Pocock, Esq.
Lithographer : N. Currier's Lithography, New York, on stone by W. K. Hewitt
Performed by Mr. C. Horn, Jr.
Box 28, Folder 4

The ice-cream quick step Boston :Lee's Saloon,1841

Additional Note

Composed by J. R. Garcia
Lithographer : D. C. Johnson, del. ; Thayer & Co., Lithography, Boston
Performed by Mr. C. Horn, Jr.
 

Series 23. Love, Childhood, Home

Box 28, Folder 5

Broken vows s.l. :J. M. Stoddart & Co.,1877

Additional Note

Music by Louis D. Connelley
Words by Howard W. Long
Box 28, Folder 5

Will you love me when I'm old? : song and chorus Philadelphia :F. A. North & Co.,1872

Additional Note

Composed by J. Ford
Lithographer : Duvall & Hunter, Lith., Philadelphia
Box 28, Folder 5

Paul and Virginia : waltz Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1876.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Composed by E. Mack
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Sons, Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 28, Folder 5

Lu vasillo questo giulivo bacio furtivo (One little Boon Love) : canzonetta Napolitana Philadelphia :F. A. North & Co.,1864

Additional Note

Composed by S. Sarmiento
Words by Felice Cottrau
Lithographer : [Kaulbach?] ; M. H. Traubel, Lith., Philadelphia
Box 28, Folder 5

Engelberg's Finland love song Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1888.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1888

Additional Note

Arranged by Richard Hoffman
Lithographer : Geo. H. Walker & Co., Boston
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; and J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 28, Folder 6

Haunting eyes : ballad Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1877.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1877

Additional Note

Music by J. R. Thomas
Words by Caroline Norton
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Sons, Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; Dobmeyer & Newhall, Cincinnati ; and J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 28, Folder 6

Restless love : morceau de salon Louisville, KY :Wm. McCarrell,1867

Additional Note

Composed by C. Kinkel
Lithographer : Ehrgott, Forbreiger & Co., Lith., Cincinnati
Box 28, Folder 6

Nobody's darling but mine Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1876.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1876

Additional Note

Music by H. P. Danks
Words by John T. Rutledge
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Sons, Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; Sherman, Hyde & Co., San Francisco ; and J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 28, Folder 6

Do you think the moon could have seen us? : ballad New York :J. L. Peters & Brothers,1867.St. Louis :J. J. Dobmeyer & Co. ,1867

Additional Note

Music by J. R. Thomas
Words by Willie A. Pabor
Lithographer : C. O. Clayton, Lith., New York

Note

Also published by De Motte Bros., Chicago and J. J. Dobmeyer & Co., Cincinnati.
Box 28, Folder 6

Kiss me good bye, darling : song and chorus New York :J. L. Peters ,1867

Additional Note

Words and Music by Will S. Hays
Lithographer : Snyder, Black, & Sturn, Lith.
Box 28, Folder 7

The moon is out to night, love : a beautiful song and chorus New York :J. L. Peters ,1867

Additional Note

Words and Music by Will S. Hays
Box 28, Folder 7

Little sweetheart, come and kiss me Boston :White & Goullaud ,1873.New York :William A. Pond & Co. ,1873

Additional Note

Music by W. H. Brockway
Words by Arthur W. French
Lithographer : J. E. Baker ; Armstrong & Co., Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by Geo. F. Root & Sons and Theo. J. Ellmore & Co., Chicago and W. H. Boner & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 28, Folder 7

I'll await my love : song New York :T. B. Harms & Co.,1883

Additional Note

Words and Music by Frank Howard
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Sons, Lithographers, Boston & New York
Box 28, Folder 7

We parted by the river side St. Louis :J. L. Peters & Brothers,1866.Cincinnati :A. C. Peters & Brother ,1866

Additional Note

Written and composed by Will S. Hays
Lithographer : Gregson, Donaldson, & [unreadable]
Box 28, Folder 7

Whisperings of love : valse sentimentale New York :John L. Peters ,1870.Brooklyn :J. L. Peters ,1870

Additional Note

Composed by C. Kinkel
Lithographer : Ehrgott & Krebs, Lith., Cincinnati

Note

Also published by J. L. Peters & Co., St. Louis ; J. J. Dobmeyer & Co., Cincinnati ; T. Goggan, Galveston ; L. Grunewald, New Orleans ; and White, Smith & Perry, Boston.
Box 28, Folder 8

Pearl of love : valse elegant pour le piano Boston :White, Smith & Perry,1874

Additional Note

Music by Charles D. Blake
Lithographer : S. S. Fuggell
Box 28, Folder 8

ÔTis now the promis'd hour : a serenade New York :Atwill,1845

Additional Note

Music by F. H. Brown
Words by George P. Morris, Esq.
Lithographer : Lewis & Brown, Lith., New York
Box 28, Folder 8

Would I were with thee Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1850

Additional Note

Music by Carlo Bosetti
Words by Mrs. Norton
Lithographer : T. Sinclair's Lith., Philadelphia
Instrument : Piano

Note

Manuscript edition tipped in
Box 28, Folder 8

When the rosy morn appearing : a favorite solo, duet and trio, a new edition arrange for the piano forte New York :Thomas Birch,[1832 -1841]

Additional Note

Music by William Clifton
Box 28, Folder 8

Away! Away! To Greenwood shades : duett New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,1843.New York :Firth & Hall ,1843

Additional Note

Composed by S. Nelson
Written by C. J. Jeffreys, Esq.
Lithographer : Thayer & Co., Lith., Boston
Box 28, Folder 9

First love : valse a deux temps Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1858].Boston :C. C. Clapp & Co. ,[1858]

Additional Note

Music by Henry Farmer
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by Firth, Pond & Co., New York and John Church, Jr., Cincinnati.
Box 28, Folder 9

It is the chime : an admired serenade New York :Atwill,1845

Additional Note

Composed by Benjamin S. Hart
Lithographer : Lewis & Brown, Lith., New York
Box 28, Folder 9

Sunbeam schottisch St. Louis :Balmer & Weber,1856.Louisville :D. P. Faulds ,1856

Additional Note

Composed by Ferdinand Zellner
Lithographer : Sarony & Co., New York

Note

Also published by Ph. P. Werlein, New Orleans and W. C. Peters & Sons, Cincinnati.
Box 28, Folder 9

The whisper of love schottisch New York :William Hall & Son,1855

Additional Note

Music by Francis H. Brown
Lithographer : Hoppin, Del. ; J. C. Pearson, New York
Box 28, Folder 9

Mona Macree : song New York :Atwill,[1836]

Additional Note

Written and composed by George Linley
Lithographer : Lewis & Brown
Box 29, Folder 1

Oh no I'll ne'er forget thee : a song New York :Atwill,1844

Additional Note

Composed by Francis H. Brown
Written by Adalaide
Performed by Miss Taylor
Box 29, Folder 1

Ah do not forget love : a ballad New York :Atwills Music Saloon,1835

Additional Note

Composed by J. Watson
Performed by Mrs. Watson
Box 29, Folder 1

My heart's in the highlands : a favourite song New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,1837

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Poetry by Robert Burns
Performed by Mr. H. Russell
Box 29, Folder 1

The pirate's serenade : a popular ballad New York :C. T. Geslain,[1842]

Additional Note

Composed by J. Thomson
Lithographer : Endicott
Performed by Mr. Henry Horncastle
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 29, Folder 1

The farmer sat in his easy chair : a ballad Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1847

Additional Note

Composed by Leverett A. Lull
Poetry by Charles G. Eastman
Lithographer : S. W. & J. G. Chandler, Lith.
Box 29, Folder 2

The farmer sat in his easy chair : a ballad Boston :Stephen W. Marsh,1847

Additional Note

Composed by Leverett A. Lull
Poetry by Charles G. Eastman
Lithographer : S. W. & J. G. Chandler, Lith.
Box 29, Folder 2

The pensive thought, or, last adieu : a favorite song New York :Jaques & Brother,1849.New York :William Hall & Son ,1849

Additional Note

Composed by J. Concone
Words by Henri
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 29, Folder 2

Tete à tete galop : solo Cleveland :S. Brainard & Sons,1863.New York :William A. Pond & Co. ,1863

Additional Note

Music by C. Kinkel

Note

Also published by Lee & Walker, Philadelphia and H. Tolman & Co., Boston.
Box 29, Folder 2

My mountain home : a favorite song New York :Millet's Music Saloon,1844

Additional Note

Composed by William J. Wetmore
Poetry by Samuel Lover, Esq.
Lithographer : F. & S. Palmer, New York
Box 29, Folder 2

Sister since I met thee last (The sister song) New York :Firth, Hall, & Pond ,1844.New York :Firth & Hall ,1844

Additional Note

Composed by Stephen Glover
Words by Mrs. Hemans
Lithographer : Bufford & Co., Lith., Boston
Box 29, Folder 3

Will you come to my mountain home? : a much admired song New York :Firth, Hall, & Pond ,1845

Additional Note

Composed by Francis H. Brown
Words by Alfred Wheeler
Lithographer : Lewis & Brown, New York
Box 29, Folder 3

I never gave thee cause!! : an admired ballad New York :Atwill,1847

Additional Note

Composed by Austin Phillips
Written by Stephen C. Massett
Lithographer : Fleetwood, New York
Box 29, Folder 3

The keepsake, a sequel to the cavalier Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,n.d.New York :William Hall & Son ,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Charles W. Glover
Words by W. H. Bellamy, Esq.
Lithographer : Thomas Sinclair, Lith., Philadelphia
Performed by Miss Poole

Note

Also published by Wm. T. Mayo, New Orleans.
Box 29, Folder 3

Love from the heart, or, yes, I will leave my father's halls Boston :C. Bradlee,[1827 -1835]

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Sidney Waller
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lithography, Boston
Performed by Madame Vestris
Box 29, Folder 3

John Anderson, my Jo : a Scotch air Boston :C. Bradlee,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by Kozeluch
Written by Burns
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lithography, Boston
Performed by Sinclair
Box 29, Folder 3

John Anderson, my Jo : a Scotch air Baltimore :Geo. Willig,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by Kozeluch
Written by Burns
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lithography, Boston
Performed by Sinclair
Box 29, Folder 4

The Switzer's song of home : a ballad with English and German words New York :Firth & Hall,[1846 -1847]

Additional Note

Arranged by J. Moschelles
Performed by The Tyrolese Family, Rainez
Box 29, Folder 4

Rest, troubled heart New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,[1848 -1858]

Additional Note

Music by Colonel Pestal
Poetry by Mrs. Crawford
Lithographer : G. & W. Endicott, Lithographers.
Box 29, Folder 4

The maid of Switzerland Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1844 -1857]

Additional Note

Music by J. H. Tully
Written by Stuart Farquharson, Esq.
Lithographer : J. H. Buffords & Co., Lithographers
Performed by Mr. Reeves
Box 29, Folder 4

Peek-a-boo : song and chorus Cleveland and Chicago :S. Brainard's Sons,1882.St. Paul :Dyer & Howard ,1882

Additional Note

Music by Rosabel

Note

Also published by Conover Bros., Kansas City ; J. Church & Co., Cincinnati ; A. Shattinger, St. Louis ; W. F. Albright, Bloomington ; and A. Waldteufel, San Jose.
Box 29, Folder 4

The tear of gratitude : a waltz Boston :Henry Prentiss,1840

Additional Note

Composed by Nolcini
Lithographer : T. Moore's Lithography, Boston
Box 29, Folder 5

Repose my love, a lover's eye, or, Dermez donc mes cheres amours : a duett or song [New York] :Endicott,n.d.

Additional Note

Lithographer : Lith. of Endicott
Performed by Mr. and Mrs. Wood
From :Bellini's 'La Sonnambula'
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 29, Folder 5

When the moon on the lake is beaming New York :William Hall & Son,1852.San Francisco :J. F. Atwill & Co. ,1852

Additional Note

Composed by Stephen C. Massett
Written by Stephen C. Massett
Lithographer : Lith. of Sarony & Major, New York
Performed by Mrs. Laura A. Jones
Box 29, Folder 5

Put me in my little bed Boston :White, Smith, & Perry,1869

Additional Note

Music by C. A. White
Written by Dexter Smith
Box 29, Folder 5

I'd offer thee this hand of mine New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1849

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by L. T. Chadwick
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 29, Folder 5

I have no home : song and chorus New York :J. L. Peters,1873.Toronto :A. & S. Nordheimer ,1873

Additional Note

Words and Music by Will S. Hays
Lithographer : Snyder & Black, New York

Note

Also published by Dobmeyer & Newhall, Cincinnati ; Matthias Gray, San Francisco ; C. J. Whitney & Co., Detroit ; and R. Morgan, Quebec.
Box 29, Folder 6

Oh this love! New York :Atwill,1841

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Written by George P. Morris
Performed by Mrs. Sutton and Mr. Dempster
Box 29, Folder 6

Kiss me, and I'll go to sleep Boston :White, Smith, & Perry,1869.Providence :Cory Bros. ,1869

Additional Note

Composed by C. A. White
Written by Dexter Smith
From :Songs of Childhood

Note

Also published by J. L. Peters, New York and J. E. Winner, Philadelphia.
Box 29, Folder 6

Temptation polka New York :J. L. Peters,1876.St. Louis :J. J. Voellmecke ,1876

Additional Note

Music by Charles Kinkel
Lithographer : Endicott & Co., New York
From :Work before play : nine easy pieces by Charles Kinkel

Note

Also published by Dobmeyer & Newhall, Cincinnati ; M. Gray, San Francisco ; J. Whitney & Co., Detroit ; and R. Morgan, Quebec.
Box 29, Folder 6

Blow me a kiss on the wind : a ballad Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1858 -1876].Cincinnati :John Church, Jr. ,[1858 -1876]

Additional Note

Music by C. M. E. Oliver

Note

Also published by Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York ; Lyon & HEaly, Chicago ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and J. E. Gould, Philadelphia.
Box 29, Folder 6

Call me home, mother : song and chorus Boston :G. D. Russell & Co.,1875.San Francisco :McCurrie, Weber, & Co. ,1875

Additional Note

Music by E. Brooks
Poetry by Aileen Percy
Lithographer : J. H. Buffords Sons, Boston

Note

Also published by Edward Hopkins & Co., New York.
Box 29, Folder 7

The blind boy Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1842

Additional Note

Composed by William R. Dempster
Poetry by Miss Hannah F. Gould
Lithographer : Thayer & Co., Lith., Boston
Box 29, Folder 7

Will you leave the highlands, lassie? Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1844 -1857]

Additional Note

Composed by Maurice Cobham
Written by Charles Jeffreys
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford & Co., Lith., Boston
Box 29, Folder 7

Black eyes, I live and die for you St. Louis :Balmer & Weber,1868

Additional Note

Music by A. von Rochow
Poetry by Tennyson
Box 29, Folder 7

Nobody's child St. Louis :Compton & Doan,1868

Additional Note

Music by G. Estabrook
Words by E. D.
Lithographer : A. McLean, Lith.
Performed by Gustave Bideaux
Box 29, Folder 7

Dearest I am ever thine : ballad Philadelphia :Edward L. Walker,1856

Additional Note

Composed by Edward L. Walker
Lithographer : Sinclair's Lith., Philadelphia
Box 29, Folder 8

She loves, she loves me! : a ballad New York :Endicott,n.d.New York :Atwill's Music Saloon ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Charles M. King
Words by James Nack, Esq.
Lithographer : Endicott
Box 29, Folder 8

I love the night New York :Firth & Hall,1837

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Words by George P. Morris
Lithographer : Fleetwood's Lithography
Performed by Mrs. Bailey
Box 29, Folder 8

The kiss waltz New York :J. L. Peters,1865.Cincinnati :J. J. Dobmeyer & Co. ,1865

Additional Note

Composed by L. Arditi
Arranged by Hutchins Calcott
Lithographer : Donaldson & Elmes, Cincinnati

Note

Also published by T. G. De Motte, St. Louis ; J. J. Dobmeyer & Co., St. Louis ; and De Motte Brothers, Chicago.
Box 29, Folder 8

Florie's waltz New York :John L. Peters,1865.Brooklyn :J. L. Peters ,1865

Additional Note

Music by Charles Kinkel

Note

Also published by J. L. Peters & Co., St. Louis.
Box 29, Folder 8

They told me not to love him Baltimore :Geo. Willig,1834

Additional Note

Music by E. Thomas
Poetry by W. D. Gallagher
Box 30, Folder 1

The bridal ring : a ballad [New York] :E. Riley,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by G. Herbert Rodwell
Poetry by Edward Fitz Ball
From :The Lord of the Isles
Box 30, Folder 1

Moonlight, music, love & flowers : arranged for two voices with an accompaniment for piano forte Baltimore :Samuel Carusi,n.d.

Box 30, Folder 1

The world is full of beauty when the heart is full of love! (Voi voresti il nome amato) : an arietta from Donizetti with English and Italian text Cincinnati :W. C. Peters & Sons,1857.New York :William Hall & Son ,1857

Additional Note

Arranged by A. von Smit
Music by Donizetti

Note

Also published by Balmer & Weber, St. Louis and W. M. Peters, New York.
Box 30, Folder 1

The child's dream : ballad Boston :E. H. Wade,1848

Additional Note

Composed by Bernard Covert
Box 30, Folder 1

They told me not to love him Baltimore :Geo. Willig, Jr.,1834

Additional Note

Music by E. Thomas
Poetry by W. D. Gallagher
Box 30, Folder 2

ÔTis said that absense conquers love Baltimore :Geo. Willig, Jr.,1833

Additional Note

Music by E. Thomas
Poetry by F. W. Thomas
Box 30, Folder 2

Oh! Love is like a sun beam Philadelphia :A. Fiot,1845.New York :W. Dubois ,1845

Additional Note

Music by E. Thomas
Words by Washington Dawson
Box 30, Folder 2

The Swiss boy : a ballad with accompaniment for the piano forte New York :E. Riley,[1819 -1831]

Additional Note

Arranged by J. Moscheles
Box 30, Folder 2

My Bonnie blue eyed lassie, O! : Scottish ballad Philadelphia :A. Fiot,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Ch. Wodarch
Box 30, Folder 2

My boyhood home : an air New York :Dubois & Bacon,[1838]

Additional Note

Music by W. M. Rooke
Words by J. T. Haines
Performed by Mr. H. Phillips
From :Amilie, or, The love test
Box 30, Folder 3

Cupid and hymen : a beautiful canzonet New York :Bourne Depository of Arts,[1827 -1832]

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by G. Kiallmark
Box 30, Folder 3

I love the free Boston :Geo. P. Reed,1846

Additional Note

Music by Henry Russell
Words by Elisa Cook
Instrument : Guitar
Box 30, Folder 3

The home of my childhood Pittsburgh :Barr, Knake & Buettler,1868

Additional Note

Music by Fred. J. Bussmann
Words by Major William A. Huntley
Box 30, Folder 3

Can I forget to love thee? : ballad Philadelphia :George W. Hewitt & Co.,1839

Additional Note

Composed by William R. Dempster
Box 30, Folder 3

Go to sleep my baby girl : lullaby New York :T. B. Harms & Co.,1885

Additional Note

Words and Music by M. H. Rosenfeld
 

Series 24. Military, 19th Century

 

Subseries a. Confederate Imprints

Box 30, Folder 4

Something to love me : ballad Richmond, VA :George Dunn & Compy.,n.d.Columbia, S.C. :Julian A. Selby ,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by E. L. Hime
Words by J. E. Carpenter
Lithographer : George Dunn & Compy.
Box 30, Folder 4

When this cruel war is over : ballad Richmond, VA :George Dunn & Compy.,n.d.Columbia, S.C. :Julian A. Selby ,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Henry Tucker
Words by Charles C[arroll] Sawyer
Lithographer : George Dunn & Compy.
Box 30, Folder 4

My wife and child : song Richmond, VA :George Dunn & Compy.,1863.Columbia, S.C. :Julian A. Selby ,1863

Additional Note

Music by E. W. Rosier
Poetry by Stonewall Jackson
Lithographer : George Dunn & Compy.
Box 30, Folder 4

No surrender : song Richmond, VA :George Dunn & Compy.,1864.Columbia, S.C. :Julian A. Selby ,1864

Additional Note

Music by C. C. Mera
Lithographer : George Dunn & Compy.
Box 30, Folder 4

Who will care for mother now : ballad Richmond, VA :George Dunn & Compy.,1864

Additional Note

Music by C. F. Thompson
Poetry by C[harles] C[arroll] Sawyer
Lithographer : George Dunn & Compy.
Box 30, Folder 5

When the boys come home Augusta, GA :Blackmar & Bro.,n.d.

Additional Note

Words and Music by Charles Carroll Sawyer
Lithographer : J. T. Paterson & Co., Engravers, Lithographers and Letterpress Printers, Augusta, GA
Box 30, Folder 5

Faust (Gounod) New Orleans :A. E. Blackmar ,1866

Additional Note

Arranged by Theo von Lahache
From :Encouragement for Young Painists, a collection of the Most Popular melodies, arranged in an easy style, by the best authors
Box 30, Folder 5

Home sweet home with brilliant variations Macon and Savannah, GA :John C. Schreiner & Son ,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by J. H. Slack
Lithographer : B. Duncan & Co., Lith., Columbia, SC
Box 30, Folder 5

Our national confederate anthem Richmond, VA :Composer,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by C. T. De Coeniél
Written by Ernest Halpin
Lithographer : E. Grehen, Richmond, VA
Box 30, Folder 5

The battle-cry of freedom Macon and Savannah, GA :John C. Schreiner & Son ,1864

Additional Note

Music by Hermann L. Schreiner
Words by William H. Barnes
Box 30, Folder 6

When upon the field of glory, an answer to 'When this cruel war is over' Macon and Savannah, GA :John C. Schreiner & Son ,1864

Additional Note

Music by Hermann L. Schreiner
Words by John H. Hewitt
Box 30, Folder 6

The bonnie blue flag New Orleans :A. E. Blackmar & Bro.,1861

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Harry Macarthy
Lithographer : W. H. Leeson
Performed by Harry Macarthy
Box 30, Folder 6

The volunteer!, or, it is my country's call Augusta, GA :Blackmar & Bro.,1861.New Orleans :Blackmar & Bro. ,1861

Additional Note

Written and composed by Harry Macarthy
Performed by Harry Macarthy
Box 30, Folder 6

The unknown dead Macon and Savannah, GA :John C. Schreiner & Son ,1863

Additional Note

Written and composed by John H. Hewitt
Performed by Miss Ella Wren
The Musical Olio: or Favorite Gems of that popular Southern Composer, John H. Hewitt
Box 30, Folder 6

We conquer, or die! Macon, GA :John C. Schreiner & Son ,1861

Additional Note

Composed by James Pierpont
Printer James F. Weeks, Printers, Macon, GA
The Southern Musical Boquet of Favorite Songs and Ballads, no. 3
 

Subseries b. General

Box 30, Folder 7

Answer to the 'Old arm chair' Boston :Keith's Music Publishing House,1844

Additional Note

Composed by T. H. Bissell
Words by John H. Warland, Esq.
Lithographer : Thayer & Co., Liths., Boston
Performed by S.C. Massett
Box 30, Folder 7

The dying boy Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1850

Additional Note

Composed by Lyman Heath
Words by Mrs. Larned
Lithographer : S. W. G.
Performed by Ossian E. Dodge
Box 30, Folder 7

Take me with you mother, take me Boston :G. D. Russell & Company,1871.San Francisco :M. Gray ,1871

Additional Note

Music by E. N. Catlin
Words by Annie M. Curtis
Lithographer : J. E. Baker ; J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by Ira C. Stockbridge, Portland, ME.
Box 30, Folder 7

The song of Blanche Alpen Philadelphia :A. Fiot,1849.New York :W. Dubois ,1849

Additional Note

Composed by Stephen Glover
Words by Charles Jefferys
Lithographer : M. Schmit's Lith.
From :Songs of the Moravian Singers
Box 30, Folder 7

Salut a la France, with brilliant variations Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1855

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Grobe
From :Lindiana, a choice of Jenny Lind songs and other operatic melodies with brilliant variations for the piano
Box 30, Folder 8

Eight dollars a day Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1848

Additional Note

Music by J. J. Hutchinson
Written by Jesse Hutchinson, Jr.
Performed by Hutchinson Family
Box 30, Folder 8

Gideon's band : song and chorus Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1861

Additional Note

Arranged by Charles R. Dodworth
Performed by Mazeppa and the Buckleys Serenaders
Box 30, Folder 8

The Pickwickians : a sett of quadrilles Philadelphia :John F. Nunns,1838

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Charles F. Hausman
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford ; Bufford's Litho., New York
Box 30, Folder 8

The Odd Fellows greeting New York :Atwill,1845

Additional Note

Arranged by The Orphean Family
Words by Rev. Bro. C. C. Burr
Lithographer : Endicott Lith.
Performed by The Orphean Family
Box 30, Folder 8

The mountain maid's invitation Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1841

Additional Note

Arranged by Werner
Written by Thomas Power, Esq.
Lithographer : Thayer & Co's Lithog., Boston
The Celebrated Melodies of the Rainer Family Piano Forte
Box 30, Folder 9

Home again Boston :E. H. Wade,1850

Additional Note

Words and Music by Marshall S. Pike, Esq.
Arranged by J. P. Ordway
Performed by The Harmoneons
Instrument : Piano
Box 30, Folder 9

Not for gold or precious stones Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1849.Philadelphia :J. E. Gould ,1849

Additional Note

Melodies of the Hauser Family arranged for the Piano Forte Piano Forte

Note

Also published by T. T. Barker, Boston ; D. A. Traux, Cincinnati ; C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston ; and T. S. Berry, New York.
Box 30, Folder 9

The lone starry hours : serenade Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1850.New York :S. T. Gordon ,1850

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by J. P. Ordway
Poetry by Marshall S. Pike
Performed by The Harmoneons

Note

Melody by James Power Also published by Beck & Lawton, Philadelphia ; Traux & Baldwin, Cincinnati ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 30, Folder 9

I hope I don't intrude : song and dance Boston :Louis P. Goullard,1877.New York :Spear & Dehnoff ,1877

Additional Note

Written and composed by W. H. Delehanty
Printer Armstrong & Co. Riverside Press, Cambridge
Delehanty and Hengler's New and Original Songs and Dances

Note

Also published by W. H. Boner & Co., Agts., Philadelphia ; Chicago Music Co., Chicago ; and M. Gray, San Francisco.
Box 30, Folder 9

Hannah's at the window binding shoes Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1859.New York :Firth, Pond & Co. ,1859

Additional Note

Composed by Asa B. Hutchinson
Performed by Lizzie C. at the concerts of the Hutchinson Family

Note

Also published by John Church, Jr., Cincinnati ; Beck & Lawton, Philadelphia ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 31, Folder 1

Home again : song Boston :E. H. Wade,1850

Additional Note

Words and Music by Marshall S. Pike, Esq.
Arranged by J. P. Ordway
Performed by The Harmoneons
Instrument : Piano
Box 31, Folder 1

The lone starry hours : serenade Boston :E. H. Wade,1850

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by J. P. Ordway
Poetry by Marshall S. Pike
Performed by The Harmoneons
Instrument : Piano

Note

Melody by James Power
Box 31, Folder 1

Tenting on the old camp ground Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1864.Cincinnati :John Church, Jr. ,1864

Additional Note

Words and Music by Walter Kittredge
Adapted by Hutchinson Family
Performed by Hutchinson Family

Note

Also published by W. A. Pond & Co., New York ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and J. E. Gould, Philadelphia.
Box 31, Folder 1

The Baker's farewell Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1846

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by John C. Baker
Performed by The Baker Family
Songs and Glees of the Baker Family of New Hampshire
Box 31, Folder 1

Vesper song at sea : a quartett New York :Firth & Hall,1843.New York :James L. Hewitt & Co. ,1843

Additional Note

Words and Music by Miss. Browne
Arranged by E. Howe, Jr.
Lithographer : Endicott
Performed by Hutchinson Family
Songs of the Hutchinson Family
Box 31, Folder 2

Not for gold or precious stones Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1849

Additional Note

Melodies of the Hauser Family arranged for the Piano Forte Piano Forte
Box 31, Folder 2

I hear dar hoofs upon de hill New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1849

Additional Note

Written and composed by Nelson Kneass
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Melodies of the New Orleans Serenaders Operatic Troupe
Box 31, Folder 2

Souvenir d'ole bull : divertissement sur Il Carnavale di Venezia Philadelphia :A. Fiot,1844.New York :Wm. Dubois ,1844

Additional Note

Written and composed by J. C. Viereck
Lithographer : A. Newsam ; P. S. Duval's Lith., Philadelphia
Instrument : Piano
Box 31, Folder 2

Do they miss me at home? Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1853.Philadelphia :J. E. Gould ,1853

Additional Note

Music by S. M. Crannis
Performed by Amphions
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by T. T. Barker, Boston ; D. A. Traux, Cincinnati ; C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston ; A. A. Adey, Springfield ; and T. S. Berry, New York.
Box 31, Folder 2

The Yankee maid song Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1844 -1857].New York :J. E. Gould ,[1844 -1857]

Additional Note

Adapted by Jacob Orphean
Written by Charles Orphean
Lithographer : Waller

Note

Also published by Tyler & Hewitt, New Orleans.
Box 31, Folder 3

Faded flowers Boston :G. P. Reed & Co.,1851

Additional Note

Composed by James Power
Words by J. H. Brown
Lithographer : S. W. Chandler & Bro., Lith., Boston
The Melodies of The Harmoneons
Box 31, Folder 3

Fair Ella Lee : song and chorus Springfield :Sarles & Adey,1850.New York :Firth, Pond & Co. ,1850

Additional Note

Composed by N. Barker
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Songs and Glees of the Barker Family

Note

Also published by Oliver Ditson, Boston
Box 31, Folder 3

I'm going home New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1853.Utica :James Best ,1853

Additional Note

Adapted by T. Wood
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Songs and Quartettes of the Amphions

Note

Also published by T. Hough, Syracuse and Sage and Son, Buffalo.
Box 31, Folder 3

The handsome Louise Boston :George P. Reed,1841

Additional Note

Arranged by Friedrich F. Muller
Lithographer : B. W. Thayer & Co., Lith., Boston
Performed by The Rainer Family
Tyrolese Melodies
Box 31, Folder 3

The graves of a household New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1848

Additional Note

Arranged by N. Barker
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
The Music of the Barker Family of the Old Bay State
Box 31, Folder 4

Tenting on the old camp ground Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1864.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1864

Additional Note

Words and Music by Walter Kittredge
Adapted by Hutchinson Family
Performed by Hutchinson Family

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; J. E. Ditson & Co., Philadelphia ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and J. Church & Co., Cincinnati.
Box 31, Folder 4

The old Granite State : a song Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1843

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by The Hutchinson Family
Lithographer : Bouve; & Sharp
Performed by The Hutchinson Family
Box 31, Folder 4

The Boston Independent Cadets' quick step, respectfully dedicated to Col. J. M. Fessenden and the officers and members of the Boston Independent Cadets, performed for the first time at their anniversary, October 19th, 1835 by the Boston Brigade Band, composed and arranged for the piano forte Boston :H. Prentiss,1835

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by B. A. Burditt
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lithography, Boston
Performed by Boston Brigade Band
Box 31, Folder 4

Smith's march, composed and dedicated to Gen. Persiforesmith, the hero of Contreras Baltimore :Miller & Beacham,1848

Additional Note

Composed by J. T. Martin
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore
Box 31, Folder 4

The Harrison song Boston :Parker & Ditson,1840

Additional Note

Written by Thomas Power, Esq.
Lithographer : Thayer, Boston
Box 31, Folder 5

General Jackson schottische London :Joseph Williams,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Henry Farmer
Lithographer : J. Brandard ; M. & N. Hanhart
Box 31, Folder 5

The Irish washerwoman New York :William Hall & Son,n.d.

Box 31, Folder 5

The National Whig song Boston :Parker & Ditson,1840

Additional Note

Written by William Hayden, Esq.
Lithographer : B. W. Thayer's Lithog., Boston
Box 31, Folder 5

Virginia quick step, in which are introduced the popular airs Lucy Long and Ole Dan Tucker, as performed by the Brigade Band Boston :G. P. Reed,1843

Additional Note

Composed by B. A. Burditt
Performed by Brigade Band
Box 31, Folder 5

Oh, wrap the flag around me, boys! Chicago :Root & Cady,1862.New York :William Hall & Son ,1862

Additional Note

Music by R. Stewart Taylor

Note

Also published by Henry Tolman & Co., Boston ; S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland ; J. H. Whittemore, Detroit ; and H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee.
Box 31, Folder 6

Dixie land (I wish I was in Dixie) Baltimore :Emerson Drug Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Dan D. Emmett
Arranged by F. W. M.
Bromo Seltzer Edition of 171 Popular Selections, Complete and Unabridged with Piano and Organ accompaniment
Box 31, Folder 6

Maryland, my Maryland, with brilliant variations for piano Philadelphia :Winner & Co.,1862

Additional Note

Music by James Bellak
Lithographer : Geo. F. Swain
Box 31, Folder 6

The Berry Street Rangers quick step, as performed by the Boston Brigade Band at the Volunteer Parade of the company, Oct. 4th, 1837, and dedicated to the company byu the Boston Brigade Band Boston :H. Prentiss,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Walch
Lithographer : T. Moore's Lith., Boston
Box 31, Folder 6

Bangor march s.l. :s.d.,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Oliver J. Shaw
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lith., Boston
Box 31, Folder 6

General Burnside's grand triumphal march Boston :Henry Tolman & Co.,1862.Chicago :Root & Cady ,1862

Additional Note

Music by G. W. Warren

Note

Also published by S. T. Gordon, New York ; and Edwin Parkhurst, Albany.
Box 31, Folder 7

Milwaukee light guard (The light guard's quickstep) Milwaukee :H. N. Hempsted,1858

Additional Note

Composed by H. N. Hempsted
Box 31, Folder 7

The Tippecanoe or log cabin quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1840

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Schmidt
Lithographer : Thayer, Boston
Performed by Boston Brigade Band at the Whig Convention, Baltimore
Box 31, Folder 7

Mount Washington quick step Boston :Charles H. Keith,1842

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Alexander Messinger
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Performed by Boston Brigade Band
Box 31, Folder 7

Freemens' quick step, as performed on the 'Glorious 10th of September,' composed and dedicated to the delegates to the Bunker-Hill Whig Convention of 1840 Boston :Parker & Ditson,1840

Additional Note

Composed by George Hews
Lithographer : Sharp, Michelin, & Co.
Box 31, Folder 7

Second regiment quickstep Cincinnati :National Music Company,1882

Additional Note

Composed by George Schleiffarth
Box 31, Folder 8

Maryland, my Maryland! Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1862.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1862

Additional Note

Adopted and Arranged by Sep. Winner

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago.
Box 31, Folder 8

'63 is the jubilee Chicago :Root & Cady,1863.Cleveland :S. Brainard & Co. ,1863

Additional Note

Music by D. A. French
Words by J. L. Greene

Note

Also published by H. Tolman & Co., Boston ; and H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee.
Box 31, Folder 8

Strike while the iron's hot! Put the matter through Cincinnati :A. C. Peters & Bro.,1862

Additional Note

Written and composed by R. Hastings
Box 31, Folder 8

The battle-cry of freedom Chicago :Root & Cady,1862

Additional Note

Words and Music by George F. Root
Box 31, Folder 8

Brave boys are they! : duett and chorus Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1861

Additional Note

Poetry and Music by Henry C. Work
Box 31, Folder 9

The duppel marchers, performed by the United Bands during the storming the fortifications in Denmark 18th April, 1864 Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1856.Philadelphia :W. H. Boner & Co. ,1856

Additional Note

Composed by Gottfried Piefke
Lithographer : T. Sinclair's Lith., Philadelphia
Box 31, Folder 9

The tiger quick step Boston :C. Bradlee,1834

Additional Note

Composed by T. Comer
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lith., Boston
Box 31, Folder 9

Stanley's own : grand triumphal march Chicago :National Music Co.,1890.New York :Benj. W. Hitchcock ,1890

Additional Note

Composed by Georg Asch
Box 31, Folder 9

Mardi-gras march Cincinnati :F. W. Helmick,1876

Additional Note

Composed by F. Hardway
Box 31, Folder 9

How it marches! The flag of the Union : song and chorus Chicago :Root & Cady,1865.New York :William B. Bradbury ,1865

Additional Note

Music by H. H. Hawley
Arranged by George F. Root
Box 32, Folder 1

The boys that wear the blue New York :W. Jennings Demorest,1865

Additional Note

Music by Henry Tucker
Words by Mrs. M. A. Kider
Box 32, Folder 1

The camp polka Philadelphia :J. E. Gould,[1853 -1856]

Additional Note

Music by Charles D'Albert
Box 32, Folder 1

Freedom, truth, and right grand march New York :Horace Waters,1861.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1861

Additional Note

Music by Carl Heinemann
Lithographer : Sarony, Major, & Knapp, New York
Box 32, Folder 1

On duty march New York :Joseph W. Stern & Co.,1900

Additional Note

Music by George Rosey
Box 32, Folder 1

American quick step Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Zaleucus
Box 32, Folder 2

The blue and the gray : song and chorus New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1875

Additional Note

Music by David Braham
Words by Edward Harrigan
Performed by Harrigan and Hart
Harrigan and Hart's 'The Blue and the Gray'
Box 32, Folder 2

The guards waltz Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1860 -1869]

Additional Note

Music by D. Godfrey
Box 32, Folder 2

Trinity chimes : a burlesque military fantasia New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1864.Philadelphia :Lee & Walker ,1864

Additional Note

Music by E. Hoffman
Lithographer : Major & Knapp Eng., Mfg., & Lith. Co., New York
Box 32, Folder 2

Ole Shady, or, The song of the contraband Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1861

Box 32, Folder 2

Sailor-boy's last dream Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1857.New York :S. T. Gordon ,1857

Additional Note

Music by I. B. Woodbury
Words by Dimond

Note

Also published by Beck & Lawton, Philadelphia ; Truax & Baldwin, Cincinnati ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 32, Folder 3

For all, and forever the flag of the free! Chicago :Root & Cady,1871

Additional Note

Music by George F. Root
Words by Mrs. L. M. Morehead
Box 32, Folder 3

The West Point cadets quick march Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

Additional Note

Composed by M. E. Metz
Box 32, Folder 3

Three guardsmen waltz, arranged on Mrs. John Wood's romanza 'I loved him at first sight' New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1866

Additional Note

Arranged by Thomas Baker
Box 32, Folder 3

The grave of Washington : song Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1846

Additional Note

Music by L. V. H. Crosby
Poetry by Marshall S. Pike
Performed by The Harmoneons
Box 32, Folder 3

Marche des Héros : grand marche de concert Cincinnati :John Church, Jr.,1866

Additional Note

Music by Charles Kunkel
Lithographer : Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., Lithographer : , Cincinnati
Box 32, Folder 4

The two pickets Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1863.Cincinnati :John Church, Jr. ,1863

Additional Note

Words and Music by Ossian E. Dodge
Engraver H. F. Greene, Engr.
Performed by Ossian E. Dodge and William Hayward

Note

Also published by Firth, Pond & Co., New York ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and J. E. Gould, Philadelphia.
Box 32, Folder 4

We're tending to the old camp ground : song and chorus Boston :Henry Tolman & Co.,1864

Additional Note

Words and Music by J. W. Turner
Box 32, Folder 4

Victory at last!, as sung at the raising of the old Flag, on Fort Sumter, April 14th, 1865 New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1865

Additional Note

Music by William B. Bradbury
Words by Mrs. M. A. Kidder
Box 32, Folder 4

Lord Nelson's hornpipe, composed and arranged for the piano forte Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 32, Folder 4

La Marseillaise s.l. :s.d.,n.d.

Box 32, Folder 5

Jullien's American quadrille 'Our flag is there' New York :S. C. Jollie,1853.London :Jullien & Co. ,1853

Additional Note

Music by Jullien
Lithographer : George E. Leefe, New York

Note

Also published by William Hall & Son, New York
Box 32, Folder 5

The banner's unfurled Baltimore :John Cole,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Arthur F. Keene
Written by Doctor Arnold of Port Antinio Isle of Jamaica
Box 32, Folder 5

Capt. Andrews' quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1843

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by C. L. Holbrook
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Performed by Boston Brigade Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 32, Folder 5

Bigelow's quick step, dedicated to Capt. George Tyler Bigelow, the officers & members of the New England guards Boston :Henry Prentiss,1839

Additional Note

Arranged by John Holloway
Lithographer : Thomas Moore's Lithog., Boston
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 32, Folder 5

Grafted into the army Chicago :Root & Cady,1862

Additional Note

Words and Music by Henry C. Work
Lithographer : Chas. Shober, Chicago
Box 32, Folder 6

Dixie's nurse : song Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1865

Additional Note

Composed by M. E.
Words by Eastburn
Box 32, Folder 6

The retreat quick step, in imitation of drums, fifes, and bugles Philadelphia :A. Fiot,1840

Additional Note

Composed by Loisa Puget
Box 32, Folder 6

Congress grand march New York :E. Riley,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by J. Z. Hesser
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 32, Folder 6

The soldier's grave, monody on the death of Sir John Moore New York :Firth Pond & Co.,[1848 -1855]

Additional Note

Music by Thomas Williams
Poetry by Rev. Charles Wolfe
Box 32, Folder 6

Battle of Waterloo, composed and dedicated to the Duke of Wellington Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1858 -1876]

Additional Note

Arranged by G. Anderson
Box 32, Folder 7

The John Brown song, or, Glory hallelujah, with nw and revised words Chicago :Root & Cady,1861.New York :William Hall & Son ,1861

Note

Also published by Firth, Pond & Co., New York ; Russell & Tolman, Boston ; S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland ; H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee.
Box 32, Folder 7

Soldier's tear New York :Firth & Hall,1832

Additional Note

Music by Alexander Lee
Words by Thomas H. Bayley
Performed by Miss Watson
Box 32, Folder 7

Maryland, my Maryland Philadelphia :Sep. Winner,1862

Additional Note

Adapted and arranged by Sep. Winner
Box 32, Folder 7

Is that mother bending o'er me : song and chorus St. Louis :W. M. Harlow,1863

Additional Note

Music by Charles H. Greene
Box 32, Folder 7

Music of the union, a medley on American national airs Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1861.Boston :C. C. Clapp & Co. ,1861

Additional Note

Arranged by Charles Grobe
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by Beck & Lawton, Philadelphia ; Firth Pond, & Co., New York ; and John Church, Jr., Cincinnati.
Box 32, Folder 8

Avezzana's quick step New York :Millet's Music Saloon,1845

Additional Note

Composed by C. Chianei
Lithographer : Louis L. Bishop, daguerrotype ; Lith. of Michelin, New York
Performed by American Brass Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 32, Folder 8

God save America : a grand national ode in honor of the glorious anniversary of American independence New York :G. Endicott,1835

Additional Note

Ardapted and arranged by J. Watson
Performed by Mr & Miss Watson, Signor Ravaglia and Mrs. Archer at Niblos Garden
Box 32, Folder 8

General McClellan's grand march Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1861

Additional Note

Composed by E. Mack
Lithographer : T. Sinclair's Lith., Philadelphia
Box 32, Folder 8

Company 6 quick step New York :William Horn & Company,1841

Additional Note

Composed by C. S. Graffula
Lithographer : Lieut. Cozzens, del. ; G. W. Lewis Lith., New York
Box 32, Folder 8

Battle of Port Royal, or, the Bonbardment of Forts Walker & Beauregard Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1861

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Grobe
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston
Box 32, Folder 9

Gov. Wright's grand match Boston :Willaim H. Oakes,1844.Boston :E. H. Wade ,1844

Additional Note

Composed by Oliver J. Shaw
Lithographer : E. Lintzenich, del. ; Thayer & Co.'s Lithog., Boston
Box 32, Folder 9

Worcester guards quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1840

Additional Note

Composed by Samuel R. Leland
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lithog., Boston
Performed by Boston Brigade Band
Box 32, Folder 9

The prize banner quick step Boston :Prentiss,1847

Additional Note

Lithographer : Thayer's Lith., Boston
Prentiss collection of Marches and Quick steps
Box 32, Folder 9

Zampa quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1840

Additional Note

Lithographer : Thayer's Lith., Boston
Military movements
Box 32, Folder 9

Manhattan Beach march Cincinnati, New York, Chicago :John Church Company,1893

Additional Note

Composed by John Philip Sousa
Box 32, Folder 10

General Boulanger's march New York :Spear & Denhoff,1887

Additional Note

Music by C. L. Desormes
Arranged by Vrai Gautier
Lithographer : Cosack & Co., Buffalo, NY
Box 32, Folder 10

Grand centennial march Boston :C. Bradlee,1830

Additional Note

Composed by Ch. Zeuner
Lithographer : M. E. D. Brown, del. ; Pendleton's Lith.
Performed by Boston Bands
Box 32, Folder 10

The tri-colored quadrilles New York :J. L. Hewitt,1830

Additional Note

Lithographer : N. Currier's Lith., New York
Box 32, Folder 10

The veterans New York :Hitchcock and McCargo Publishing Comany, Limited,1890

Additional Note

Composed by William W. Badger
Lithographer : George H. Walker & Co., Lith., Boston
Box 32, Folder 10

Capt. Pray's quick step, arranged for and dedicated to the Hancock Light Infantry Boston :H. Prentiss,1844

Additional Note

Arranged by William C. Glynn
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lithography
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 33, Folder 1

The Blue's quick step [2 copies] Boston :John Ashton & Co.,1836

Additional Note

Composed by John Holloway
Lithographer : G. L. Brown, invt. ; Moore's Lithography, Boston
Box 33, Folder 1

Roxbury horse guard's quick step Boston :Henry Tolman,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Theo. Weber
Lithographer : L. Prang & Co., Lith., Boston
Box 33, Folder 1

Sever's quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1846

Additional Note

Composed by J. H. Seipp
Lithographer : W. Sharp & Co.
Box 33, Folder 1

General Townsend's grand calvalry march Boston :George P. Reed,1846.Albany :F. J. Ilsley & Co. ,1846

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by C. L. Underner
Lithographer : Bufford's & Co., Lith., Boston
Box 33, Folder 2

Rough & Ready : a patriotic song, dedicated to General Zachary Taylor Boston :W. H. Oakes & E. H. Wade,1847

Additional Note

Words by Major Norton
Lithographer : Bufford's & Co., Lith., Boston
Box 33, Folder 2

The song of the drum, from 'Il figlia del reggimento' New York :William Hall & Son,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Donizetti
Words by C. Jefferys
Lithographer : Sarony & Co., New York
From :La fille du regiment
Box 33, Folder 2

The bride-elect march Cincinnati, New York, Chicago, Leipsig :John Church Company,1897

Additional Note

Music by John Philip Sousa
Box 33, Folder 2

Warren phalanx quick step Boston :H. Prentiss,1838

Additional Note

Composed by S. Knaebel
Lithographer : R. Cooke, del. ; Moore's Lith., Boston
Performed by Boston Brass Band
Box 33, Folder 2

Hall's quick step Boston :Oakes & Swan,1840

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by T. Bricher
Lithographer : R. Cooke, del. ; Thayer's Lithography, Boston
Box 33, Folder 3

The citizen's quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1838

Additional Note

Composed by J. Holloway
Lithographer : R. Cooke, del. ; T. Moore's Lith., Boston
Performed by Boston Brass Band
Box 33, Folder 3

Shamut quick step Boston :George P. Reed,[1840]

Additional Note

Composed by T. Bricher
Lithographer : R. Cooke, del. ; B. W. Thayer's Lithography, Boston
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 33, Folder 3

Andrew's quick step Boston :George P. Reed,1840

Additional Note

Composed by B. A. Burditt
Lithographer : R. Cooke, del. ; Thayer's Lithography, Boston
Box 33, Folder 3

Camp-Sargent quick step Boston :George P. Reed,1840

Additional Note

Arranged by A. F. Knight
Lithographer : R. Cooke, del. ; Thayer's Lithography, Boston
Performed by Boston Light Infantry
Box 33, Folder 3

March of the First volunteer regiment of Alabama Boston :C. Bradlee,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by John Holloway
Lithographer : R. Cooke, del. ; T. Moore's Lithography, Boston
Performed by Boston Light Infantry
Box 33, Folder 4

The flag with thirty four stars, or, Hurrah! for the dear old flag with every stripe and star : a patriotic song with chorus ad-lib Cincinnati :A. C. Peters & Bro.,1862.St. Louis :J. L. Peters & Bro. ,1862

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Prof. C. S. Root
Written by Gen. G. Horner, Esq.
Box 33, Folder 4

Seminary quick step Boston :Keith's Music Publishing House,1844

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Charles E. Bennett
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 33, Folder 4

Le carneval de New York : variations burlesques sur le thème favorit du H. Vieuxtemps 'Yankee Doodle' Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.New York :J. E. Gould & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by D. Krug
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by S. Brainard, Cleveland ; H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans ; G. W. Brainard & Co., Louisville ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 33, Folder 4

The battle-cry of freedom Chicago :Root & Cady,1862

Additional Note

Words and Music by George F. Root

Note

Also published by S. Brainard, Cleveland ; H. Tolman & Co., Boston ; and H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee.
Box 33, Folder 4

Sans souci : galop di bravura Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1871.Chicago :Lyon & Healy ,1871

Additional Note

Music by J. M. Wehli

Note

Also published by J. Church & Co., Cincinnati ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and Lee & Walker, Philadelphia.
Box 33, Folder 5

Pulawski march for the piano forte New York :Antonio C. Martinz,1839

Additional Note

Composed by Antonio C. Martinz
Lithographer : N. Currier's Lith., New York
Box 33, Folder 5

The Washington Light Infantry quick step Boston :John Ashton & co.,1836

Additional Note

Composed by John Holloway
Box 33, Folder 5

Ocean wave quick step New York :Firth, Hall, & Pond ,1843.New York :Firth & Hall ,1843

Additional Note

Arranged by Allen Dodworth
Lithographer : G. & W. Endicott
Performed by Dodworths National Brass Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 33, Folder 5

Ocean wave quick step New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,1843.New York :Firth & Hall ,1843

Additional Note

Arranged by Allen Dodworth
Lithographer : Endicott
Performed by Dodworths National Brass Band
Box 33, Folder 5

The American boy : a new patriotic song from the American sentinel Philadelphia :Osbourn's Music Saloon,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Francis Johnson
Lithographer : Lehman & Duval, Lith., Philadelphia
Box 33, Folder 6

Old Ironsides : a glee composed on the ocaion of the rebuilding and filling out anew of the United States Frigate Constitution, respectfully dedicated to the Officers of the American Navy New York :Firth & Hall,1834

Additional Note

Music by E. Ives, Jr.
Poetry by Miss S. W. Perry
Box 33, Folder 6

Oliver's quick step Boston :H. Prentiss,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Nichols
Arranged by B. A. Burditt
Lithographer : Thayer's Lith., Boston
Box 33, Folder 6

New England guards quick step, dedicated to Capt. Thomas Dwight , the officers and members of the corps Boston :John Ashton & Co.,1835

Additional Note

Music by Charles Zeuner
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lithography, Boston
Box 33, Folder 6

Mechanic Phalanx quick step, performed with great success on their anniversary, July 4th, 1841 Lowell :J. N. Metcalf,1841.Boston :William H. Oakes ,1841

Additional Note

Composed by Benjamin F. Baker
Lithographer : Thayer & Co. Lithography, Boston
Performed by Methuen Brass Band
Box 33, Folder 6

Crafted into the army Chicago :Root & Cady,1862

Additional Note

Words and Music by Henry C. Work
Box 33, Folder 7

The stars and stripes forever! march Cincinnati, New York, Chicago, Leipsic :John Church Company,1897

Additional Note

Music by John Philip Sousa
Box 33, Folder 7

Song of the death of Col. Ellsworth : the gallant zouave Philadelphia :J. Magee,1861

Box 33, Folder 7

Marche des zouaves composée pour le piano à deux mains Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Charles John
Instrument : Piano
Box 33, Folder 7

United States zouave cadets quick step Chicago :Root & Cady,1860.Boston :Russell & Tolman ,1860

Additional Note

Music by A. J. Vaas
Lithographer : Ed. Mendel, Lith., Chicago

Note

Also published by William Hall & Son, New York ; W. G. Peters & Son, Cincinnati ; D. P. Faulds & Co., Louisville ; and H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee.
Box 33, Folder 7

Col. Ellsworth funeral march Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1861

Additional Note

Composed by Sep. Winner
Box 33, Folder 8

Thirteenth Minnesota Infantry march s.l. :s.d.,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Antonio G. Escamilla
Lithographer : Lit. de Chofrey Co.
Box 33, Folder 8

Columbia, the gem of the ocean Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,[1861].Philadelphia :G. Willig ,1843

Additional Note

Written and composed by David T. Shaw
Arranged by T. A. Becket, Esq.
Box 33, Folder 8

Buena Vista triumphal march, on a theme from the opera of the Jewess composed for the piano forte and respectfully dedicated to Major General Taylor Cincinnati :Schatzman & Brulon,1847

Additional Note

Composed by Carl Fritz
Box 33, Folder 8

Dixie for the union New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1861

Additional Note

Melody by Dan D. Emmett
Words by Francis J. Crosby
Box 33, Folder 8

Marching through Georgia : song and chorus Chicago :Root & Cady,1865

Additional Note

Music by Henry Clay Work
Box 33, Folder 9

Sabre and spurs : march of the American Cavalry Cleveland :Sam Fox Publishing Co.,1918.London :Bosworth & Co. ,1918

Additional Note

Music by John Philip Sousa
Box 33, Folder 9

National guard's banner song Boston :Geo. Willig, Jr.,1843

Additional Note

Adapted by H. Dielman
Written by W. H. Carpenter
Lithographer : A. C. Smith ; E. Weber & Co.
Box 33, Folder 9

To the west : national song arranged as a solo and quartette Philadelphia :Winner & Shuster,1854

Additional Note

Composed by H. R.
Written by C. M.
Engraver R. M. Gaw, Eng.
Performed by Charles Swain, Esq.
Box 33, Folder 9

Herculean quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Zaleucus
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 33, Folder 9

Whipple's quick step Boston :Keith's Music Publishing House,1845

Additional Note

Composed by Charles F. Heuberer
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 33, Folder 10

Lorena Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1862

Additional Note

Music by J. P. Webster
Poetry by Rev. H. D. L. Webster
Lithographer : Charles Shober, Lith., Chicago
Box 33, Folder 10

Corporal schnapps : song and chorus Cleveland :S. Brainard's Sons,1864

Additional Note

Written and composed by Henry C. Work
Box 33, Folder 10

The bugle quick-step s.l. :s.d.,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Francis Johnson
Box 33, Folder 10

The minute gun at sea : a favorite duett New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,[1854]

Additional Note

Composed by M. P. King
Box 33, Folder 10

Gordon's quick step Boston :Charles H. Keith,1842

Additional Note

Composed by Zetzsche
Arranged by S. Knaebel
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.
Performed by Boston Brass Band
Box 34, Folder 1

Sans souci : galop de bravoure Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by J. Ascher
Lithographer : T. Sinclair's Lith.
Box 34, Folder 1

General Persifor F. Smith's march Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1848

Additional Note

Music by T. J. Martin
Box 34, Folder 1

The battle of Resaca de la Palma Baltimore :George Willig, Jr.,1848

Additional Note

Music by John Schell
Lithographer : E. Weber & Co., Baltimore
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 34, Folder 1

Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! (the prisoner's hope) Chicago :Root & Cady,1864

Additional Note

Words and Music by George F. Root
Lithographer : Copcutt & Williams
Box 34, Folder 1

La Marseillaise Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1859

Additional Note

Arranged by Ferd. Beyer
From :American National Airs
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 34, Folder 2

The Washington Post march Philadelphia :Harry Coleman,1889

Additional Note

Composed by John Philip Sousa
Instrument : Piano
Box 34, Folder 2

Hail Columbia : brilliant transcription for the piano Philadelphia :G. Andre & Co.,[1858 -1875]

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Voss
Instrument : Piano
Box 34, Folder 2

How are you, conscript? Boston :Henry Tolman & Co.,1868.Chicago :Root & Cady ,1868

Additional Note

Words and Music by Frank Wilder
Engraver H. F. Greene, Engr.

Note

Also published by W. F. Sherwin, Albany ; and W. Hall & Son, New York.
Box 34, Folder 2

We never can forget it, or, the memories of Andersonville prison pens New York :W. Jennings Demorest,1865.Chicago :Root & Cady ,1865

Additional Note

Music by Henry Tucker
Words by Mrs. M. A. Kidder

Note

Also published by Lee & Walker, Philadelphia ; O. Ditson & Co., Boston ; W. Hall & Son, New York ; S. T. Gordon, New York ; Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York ; Horace Waters, New York ; and Firth Son & Co.,Ê New York.
Box 34, Folder 2

General McClellans farewell to the army of the Potomac Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1863

Additional Note

Music by H. Coyle
Words by E. W. H.
Lithographer : Geo. F. Swain
Box 34, Folder 3

Under the daisies : ballad New York :S. T. Gordon & Son,1865

Additional Note

Music by H. Millard
Words by Hattie Tyng Griswold
Lithographer : Geo. F. Swain
Box 34, Folder 3

The vacant chair Chicago :Root & Cady,1862

Additional Note

Music by George F. Root
Lithographer : Corputt & Williams
Box 34, Folder 3

Major General McClellan's grand march Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1861

Additional Note

Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith.
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 34, Folder 3

La fille du régiment : fantasie brillante pour piano Offenbach :Chez Jean Andre;,n.d.Lourdes :Ewer & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Voss
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith.
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by Brandus & Co., Paris ; G. A. Augener & Co. and Ricordi, Milan ; and G. Andre; & Co., Philadelphia.
Box 34, Folder 3

Qui vive : grand galop de concert Philadelphia :F. A. North & Co.,1869.Washington :W. G. Metzerott & Co. ,1869

Additional Note

Composed by W. Ganz
Arranged by T. a'Becket
Lithographer : F. Perring

Note

Also published by R. S. Poppen, St. Louis.
Box 34, Folder 4

United States Marine march New York :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1844 -1857]

Additional Note

Composed by A lady of Charleston
Box 34, Folder 4

Rosecrans' victory march Cincinnati :John Church, Jr.,1863

Additional Note

Music by Charles R. Crosby
Lithographer : Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., Lith., Cincinnati
Box 34, Folder 4

The stars and stripes forever : brilliant variations of the Star Spangled Banner [3 copies] Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1854.New York :C. H. Ditson & Co. ,1854

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Grobe
Printer Warren, Music Stereotyper, New York

Note

Also published by John Church, Jr., Cincinnati ; J. E. Gould, Philadelphia ; and J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston.
Box 34, Folder 5

The Star Spangled Banner, for four voices or chorus New York :William Hall & Son,[1859 -1870]

Additional Note

Lithographer : Pearson & Melville, New York
National Songs arranged for four voices or chorus, for the use of Musical Societies
Box 34, Folder 5

Yankee Doodle, with concert variations New York :William Hall & Son,1852

Additional Note

Music by Maurice Strakosch
Box 34, Folder 5

The striped pig New York :Hewitt & Jaques,[1834]

Additional Note

Lithographer : Endicott
Performed by Mr. Wills at the Tremont Theatre, Boston
Box 34, Folder 5

Tyler's quick step Worcester :Leland & Putnam,1842

Additional Note

Composed by David Perry
Arranged by S[amuel] R. Leland
Lithographer : B. W. Thayer & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 34, Folder 5

Newton's quick step Boston :Keith's Music Publishing House,1844

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Samuel R. Leland
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Performed by Worcester Brass Band
Box 34, Folder 6

General Bertrand's quick step New York :Firth & Hall,1843.New York :James L. Hewitt & Co. ,1843

Additional Note

Composed by Robert McKinstry, Jr.
Arranged by George F. Bristow
Box 34, Folder 6

The liberty bell march Cincinnati :John Church Company,1893

Additional Note

Composed by John Philip Sousa
Box 34, Folder 6

Naval reserve (la reserva naval) march s.l. :Joseph Sancho,1893.San Francisco :Broder & Schlam, Music Publishers ,1893

Additional Note

Composed by Joseph Sancho
Box 34, Folder 6

Get out of the wilderness and dixie's land : two popular airs Cincinnati :John Church, Jr.,1890.Philadelphia :Lee & Walker ,1890

Additional Note

Arranged by Paul Jones
Performed by Captain A. Menter and his American Cornet Band
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston and Firth, Pond & Co., New York.
Box 34, Folder 6

La Marseillaise, with brilliant variations Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1856.Cincinnati :John Church, Jr. ,1856

Additional Note

Arranged by Charles Grobe
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by W. A. Pond & Co., New York ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and J. E. Gould, Philadelphia.
Box 34, Folder 7

Weeping, sad and lonely, or, when this cruel war is over : song and chorus Brooklyn :Sawyer & Thomson,1863.Philadelphia :Lee & Walker ,1863

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Henry Tucker
Words by Charles Carroll Sawyer
Performed by Wood's Minstrels, New York

Note

Alsopublished by Hall & Son, New York ; S. T. Gordon, New York ; Wm. A. Pond, New York ; and Oliver Ditson, Boston.
Box 34, Folder 7

The stars and stripes forever! march Cincinnati, New York, Chicago, Leipsic :John Church Company,1897

Additional Note

Music by John Philip Sousa
Box 34, Folder 7

Non piu andrai : air militaire du Mariage de Figaro de Mozart (the celebrated military air of Mozart) New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1828 -1834]

Additional Note

Arranged by H. Lemoine
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 34, Folder 7

The conscript's departure 'Jeannette & Jeannot' New York :William Hall & Son,[1848 -1851].Boston :George P. Reed & Co. ,[1839 -1852]

Additional Note

Music by Charles W. Glover
Words by Charles Jefferys

Note

Also published by Lee & Walker, Philadelphia.
Box 34, Folder 7

General Sigel's grand march Cleveland and Chicago :S. Brainard's Sons,1862

Additional Note

Music by T. J. Martin
Lithographer : Johns & Co., Lith., Cleveland
Popular Marches, Battle Pieces Etc. for Piano or Organ
Box 34, Folder 8

The conscript's departure : 'Jeannette & Jeannot' quadrilles, new and complete edition New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,[1840 -1855].St. Louis :Balmer & Weber ,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Charles W. Glover
Words by Charles Jefferys

Note

Also published by W. T. Mayo, New Orleans.
Box 34, Folder 8

The star spangled banner : song and chorus with an additional verse (5th) Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1861.Boston :C. C. Clapp & Co. ,1861

Additional Note

Additional verse by Dr. O. W. Holmes
Lithographer : Bufford's Lith.
National Music

Note

Also published by Beck & Lawton, Philadelphia ; Firth Pond & Co., New York ; and John Church, Jr., Cincinnati.
Box 34, Folder 8

Viva l'America, home of the free New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1889

Additional Note

Music by Harrison Millard
The Union Forever
Box 34, Folder 8

The Boyleston quadrilles Boston :T. Comer,1836

Additional Note

Arranged by T. Comer
La Somnambula, Maid of Judah and the Tiger quick step

Note

L'Amina : from La Somnambula --Ivanhoe : from Maid of Judah --La Matilde / composed by T. Comer --Elvino --La Finale / composed by T. Comer
Box 34, Folder 8

Rangers encampment quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1839

Additional Note

Composed by John Holloway
Lithographer : Frederick Charlton ; T. Moore's Lithog., Boston
Performed by The Brass Band at the Encampment at Nashua, August 1, 1839
Box 35, Folder 1

The Norfolk guards quick step Boston :William H. Oakes,1840

Additional Note

Composed by George O. Farmer
Lithographer : Sharp & Michelin
Performed by The Boston Brigade Band
Box 35, Folder 1

Sigourney's quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,[1837]

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by S. Knaebel
Lithographer : C. Hubbard, del. ; T. Moore's Lithography, Boston
Box 35, Folder 1

Howard's quick step Boston :Stephen W. Marsh,1848

Additional Note

Music by Frank Howard
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith. ; daguerrotype by Chase
Performed by Boston Brass Band
Box 35, Folder 1

Sutton's quick step Boston :Parker & Ditson,1837

Additional Note

Composed by Walch
Arranged by A. F. Knight
Lithographer : Jenkins & Colbun's Lith.
Performed by Boston Brass Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 1

Cadwalader's quick step Philadelphia :G. F. Hupfeld & Son,1840

Additional Note

Composed by G. F. Hupfeld
Lithographer : Wagner & McGuigan, Philadelphia
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 2

General McClennan's grand march Cincinnati :A. C. Peters & Bro.,1864.St. Louis :J. L. Peters & Bro. ,1864

Additional Note

Composed by Donizetti
Arranged by F. Muller
Lithographer : Eaton & Weber
Box 35, Folder 2

Bartlett's quick step Boston :C. H. Keith,1842

Additional Note

Composed by Dr. John C. Bartlett of Chelmsford
Box 35, Folder 2

Wood up quick step Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by John Holloway
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 2

The celebrated love not quick step Boston :Keith's Music Publishing House,1845

Additional Note

Arranged by J. H. Seipp
Performed by Boston Brigade Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 2

Young buglers galop : four hands Dayton :J. Fischer & Bro.,1872.Milwaukee :Eugene Kuchele ,1872

Additional Note

Composed by Karl Merz
Lithographer : Dawley, New York

Note

Also published by Benham Bros., Indianapolis ; C. J. Whitney & Co., Detroit ; and A. J. Mitchell, Grand Rapids.
Box 35, Folder 3

The battle march of Delhi : descriptive of the triumphant entry into Delhi London :Edwin Ashdown (Limited),n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by John Pridham
Box 35, Folder 3

Glory, glory hallelujah : the popular refrain Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1861.New York :Firth, Pond & Co. ,1861

Additional Note

Performed by Federal Volunteers
Instrument : Piano

Note

Also published by J. Church, Jr., Cincinnati ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; J. E. Gould, Philadelphia ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 35, Folder 3

Prize banner quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1841

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by D. H. Haskell
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 3

Col. Winchester's quick step Boston :Charles H. Keith,1843

Additional Note

Composed by Adam Kurek
Arranged by Thomas Comer
Performed by Brigade Band
Box 35, Folder 3

Vermont grand march Boston :George P. Reed,1846

Additional Note

Composed by John C. Andrews
Lithographer : Bufford & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Box 35, Folder 4

The Rochester Union Grays quick step New York :Hewitt & Jaques,1839

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Box 35, Folder 4

Grays quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1833

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by B. A. Burditt
Lithographer : W. Lydston, Jr., del. ; T. Moore's Lith., Boston
Performed by Boston Brigade Band
Box 35, Folder 4

New York City guard quick step New York :Jaques & Brother,1850.New York :William Hall & Son ,1850

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by George DeLuce
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Performed by Bloomfield's U. S. Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 4

Vulcan quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1841

Additional Note

Composed by J. R. Garcia
Performed by Mill Dam Vulcan Band
Box 35, Folder 4

Dearest Mae, with variations Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1849.New Orleans :W. T. Mayo ,1849

Additional Note

Music by Charles Grobe
Salut à Washington, or, Gems of the South: six favorite melodies with variations for the piano forte by Charles Grobe Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 5

E pluribus unum : an American national song, arranged as a quartette for four voices Baltimore :W. C. Peters,1849.Cincinnati :Peters & Field ,1849

Additional Note

Adapted by Mrs. Ed. H. Pendleton
Words by Captain G. W. Cutter
Instrument : Guitar

Note

Also published by Peters, Webb & Co., Louisville and Edward L. Walker, Philadelphia.
Box 35, Folder 5

Tiger's grand march and quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1845

Additional Note

Composed by C. F. D.
Arranged by W. C. Glynn
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Box 35, Folder 5

Bunker Hill quick-step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1845

Additional Note

Music by J. Friedheim
Arranged by Charles Zeuner
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lith., Boston
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 5

Guards polka New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1867.Cincinnati :C. Y. Fonda ,1867

Additional Note

Composed by Edward Hoffman
Lithographer : Wakelam

Note

Also published by J. R. Blodgett, Buffalo ; Kohler, Chase & Co., San Francisco ; Root & Cady, Chicago ; and H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee.
Box 35, Folder 5

Iron boots quick step Boston :C. H. Keith,1842

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Charles E. Bennett
Performed by Warren Brass Band
Box 35, Folder 6

The village quick step Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1843

Additional Note

Composed by Dr. John C. Bartlett
Arranged by Edward L. White
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 6

The Emperor's Review. Die Kaiserparade : Militarisches Tonbild Leipzig :Otto Forberg,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Richard Eilenberg
Lithographer : Anst v. C.G. Roder, Leipzig
Box 35, Folder 6

Warren Artillery's quick step Boston :C. H. Keith's Music Publishing House,1846

Additional Note

Composed by Charles E. Bennett
Lithographer : Bufford & Co.'s Lith.
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 6

Vera Cruz grand march New York :F. Riley & Co.,1847

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Henry Chadwick
Lithographer : Bufford & Co.'s Lith.
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 6

The tolling bell approaching Mount Vernon : a musical delineation Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1859

Additional Note

Music by Henry Charles Grobe
Lithographer : H. Whatley
Instrument : Piano
Box 35, Folder 7

The Monitor grand march Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1862

Additional Note

Composed by E. Mack
Lithographer : T. Sinclair's Lith., Philadelphia
Box 35, Folder 7

Winthrop's quick step Boston :John Ashton & Co.,1835

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by John Holloway
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lithography, Boston
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 7

Bonaparte's retreat from Moscow Boston :C. H. Keith,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by J. Schell
Box 35, Folder 7

Sears' quick step Boston :George P. Reed,1843

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Schmidt
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Box 35, Folder 7

Baltimore Whig Convention quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1840

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Zaleucus
Lithographer : Thayer, Boston
Performed by Boston Brigade Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 8

Tucker's quick step Boston :Parker & Ditson,1836

Additional Note

Composed by J. Knaebel
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lithog., Boston
Box 35, Folder 8

National Blues quick step Washington :author,1842

Additional Note

Composed by B. Reiss
Lithographer : Ch. Fendrick's Lithogr. Press
Box 35, Folder 8

Ferris' quick step New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,1844

Additional Note

Composed by Allen Dodworth
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Performed by New York Cornet Band
Box 35, Folder 8

Prize-banner quick step Boston :E. H. Wade,1842

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by D. H. Haskell
Lithographer : Greene
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 8

The Saxonia quick step Boston :Henry Tolman,1849.New York :William Hall & Son ,1849

Additional Note

Composed by George W. Lyon
Lithographer : I. M. Ives ; Tappan & Bradford's Lith., Boston
Performed by Boston Cornet Band
Box 35, Folder 9

The Mechanicks quick step Boston :C. Bradlee,1835

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by John Holloway
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lith., Boston
Performed by Boston Brass Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 9

The Officer's funeral Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,[1850]

Additional Note

Words and Music by The Honorable Mrs. Norton
Lithographer : M. Schmitz ; P. S. Duval's Lithograpahy, Philadelphia
Box 35, Folder 9

Marching through Georgia Baltimore :Emerson Drug Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Words and Music by Henry C. Work
From :Bromo Seltzer Edition of 171 popular selections complete & unabridged with piano & organ accompaniment
Box 35, Folder 9

Virginia quick step, in which are introduced the popular airs Lucy Long and Old Dan Tucker Boston :G. P. Reed,1843

Additional Note

Composed by B. A. Burditt
Performed by Brigade Band
Box 35, Folder 9

Rhode Island quick step Boston :C. H. Keith,1847

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Charles E. Bennett
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lith.
Performed by Warren Brass Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 10

Maryland! My Maryland Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1862

Additional Note

Composed by Finley Johnson
Arranged and Adapted by J. C. J.
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 35, Folder 10

The Albany Burgess Corps grand march New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1836 -1837]

Additional Note

Composed by John Willis
Lithographer : Endicott
Box 35, Folder 10

The tiger polka s.l. :s.d.,1856

Additional Note

Music by H. B. Dodworth
Lithographer : Sarony, Major & Knapp, New York
Box 35, Folder 10

New-Bedford Mechanic Riflemen's quick step Boston :C. Bradlee,1836

Additional Note

Composed by Edward L. White
Lithographer : Pendleton's Lithography, Boston
Box 35, Folder 10

The National Blues quick step New Haven :Lyman Baird,1845

Additional Note

Composed by J. M. Hubbard
Lithographer : Lewis & Brown, New York
Performed by National Blues Band
Box 36, Folder 1

Encampment quick step Boston :William H. Oakes,1842.New York :John Ashton & Co. ,1842

Additional Note

Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Box 36, Folder 1

The roarers : a quick step, composed expressly for the rifle rangers Boston :Charles H. Band,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by John Holloway
Lithographer : William Rimmer, del. ; Jenkins' Lith.
Performed by Boston Brass Band
Box 36, Folder 1

Rangers' trip to Westborough, or, lion quick step Boston :C. Bradlee,1834

Additional Note

Composed by James Hooton
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford, del. ; Pendelton's Lith., Boston
Box 36, Folder 1

Bayeaux's quick step Albany :Boardman & Gray,1842

Additional Note

Composed by William C. Glynn
Lithographer : B. W. Thayer & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Box 36, Folder 1

The lancer's quick step Boston :H. Prentiss,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by F. L. Raymond
Lithographer : [R. Cooke] ; T. Moore's Lithorgaphy, Boston
Performed by J. Bartlett's Brass Band
Box 36, Folder 2

The death of Warren : a National song Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1845

Additional Note

Music by William R. Dempster
Written by Epes Sargent, Esq.
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford & Co.'s, Lith.
Box 36, Folder 2

Belisario quick step New York :C. G. Christman,1845

Additional Note

Arranged by George F. Bristow
Performed by New York Brass Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 2

Eagle quick step Boston :John Ashton & Co.,1843.Albany :Boardman & Gray ,1843

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by J. M. Leland
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lith., Boston
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 2

Clark's quick step Baltimore :John Cole,[1836]

Additional Note

Music by I. T. Stoddard
Lithographer : Ed. Weber & Co., Baltimore
Box 36, Folder 2

Rangers quick step Boston :C. Bradlee,1834

Additional Note

Composed by T. Comer
Lithographer : [D. C. Johnson] ; Pendleton's Lithography, Boston
Box 36, Folder 3

City Guard' quick step Boston :Keith's Music Publishing House,1844

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by I. N. Metcalf
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lith.
Performed by Lowell Brass Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 3

Military waltz Boston :Keith's Music Publishing House,1844

Additional Note

Composed by Archer H. Townley
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lithog., Boston
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 3

Never take the horseshoe from the door : song and chorus San Francisco :George W. Hagans,1880

Additional Note

Words and Music by O. E. Hennig
Box 36, Folder 3

Hero's quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1836

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Schmidt
Box 36, Folder 3

Hero's quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1836

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Schmidt
Lithographer : R. H. Thayer's Lith., Boston
Box 36, Folder 4

Pulaski quick step Boston :Parker & Ditson,1836

Additional Note

Music by James Hooton
Lithographer : Moore's Lith., Boston
Performed by Boston Brigade Band
Box 36, Folder 4

Stevens quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1839

Additional Note

Composed by Zaleucus
Lithographer : T. Moore's Lithography, Boston
Performed by Boston Brigade Band
Box 36, Folder 4

Jeff's double quick Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1865

Additional Note

Composed by M. E.
Box 36, Folder 4

Cemetery quick step Boston :Keith's Music Publishing House,1844

Additional Note

Composed by I. N. Metcalf
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lithography, Boston
Performed by Washington Brass Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 4

Brother and the fallen dragoon Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1862

Additional Note

Music by J. P. Webster
Box 36, Folder 5

Sherman marched down to the sea : a patriotic refrain Cincinnati :A. C. Peters & Bro.,1865.St. Louis :J. L. Peters & Bro. ,1865

Additional Note

Music by W. C. Peters
Words by Adj't Byers
Box 36, Folder 5

United States Marine march St. Louis :Balmer & Weber,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by A lady of Charleston
Box 36, Folder 5

The battle of Buena Vista : a descriptive fantasie Baltimore :Geo. Willig,1847

Additional Note

Composed by Charles Grobe
Lithographer : E. Weber & Co., Baltimore
Instrument : Piano
Box 36, Folder 5

Winchester's quick step, introducing the Spanish air 'El adrazo de Vergara' Boston :Charles H. Keith,1843

Additional Note

Composed by Adam Kurek
Arranged by Thomas Comer
Lithographer : Thayer & Co.'s Lithography, Boston
Performed by Brigade Band
Instrument : Piano
Box 36, Folder 5

The battle of Prague : favorite sonate for the piano forte with accompaniments Boston :Graupner,n.d.

Additional Note

Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 6

The battle of Prague : a favorite sonata for the piano forte Philadelphia :G. E. Blake,1812

Additional Note

Composed by F. Kolznara
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 6

Washington's march Boston :C. H. Keith,1812

 

Subseries c. General Lafayette

Box 36, Folder 7

Lafayette's march Boston :Author,[1818]

Additional Note

Composed by Caroline Clark
Box 36, Folder 7

Genl. La Fayette's grand march and quickstep, respectfully dedicated to the surviving officers and soldiers of the revolution Baltimore :John Cole,1824

Additional Note

Composed by C. Meineke
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 7

The Marquis de la Fayette's grand march for the piano forte New York :A. & W. Geib,[1824]

Additional Note

Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 7

La Fayette's welcome to the U. States in 1824 : a grand march and quick step for the piano forte Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,1824

Additional Note

Composed by A. Clifton
Performed by The Military Bands for the City of Baltimore
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 7

Grand March and quick step of the 5 regt. mm. as performed by the band at the reception of General LaFayette, composed for the occasion and arranged for the piano forte Philadelphia :John Cole,[1824]

Additional Note

Composed by P. Kelly
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 36, Folder 7

Funeral march; performed in Baltimore, at the procession in honour of General La Fayette, composed and respectfully dedicated to the citizens of the United States Baltimore :John Cole & Son,[1824]

Additional Note

Composed by C. Meineke
Instrument : Piano Forte
 

Series 25. E. T. Paull

Box 36, Folder 8

America forever! march New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1898.Sydney :J. Albert & Son ,1898

Additional Note

Music by E. T. Paull
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA
Box 36, Folder 8

Phantom dance : dance characteristic New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1902.London :W. Paxton & Co. ,1902

Additional Note

Music by Mike Bernard

Note

Also published by Canadian-American Muisc Co., Ltd., Toronto.
Box 36, Folder 8

The storm king march-galop New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1902

Additional Note

Music by E. T. Paull
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA
Box 36, Folder 8

The stranger's story : song and chorus New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1896.Sydney :J. Albert & Son ,1896

Additional Note

Music by E. T. Paull
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA
Box 36, Folder 8

Ben Hur chariot race march New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1894.Sydney :J. Albert & Son ,1894

Additional Note

Music by E. T. Paull
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA
Box 36, Folder 9

My pretty Polly New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1898

Additional Note

Words and Music by Harry von Tilzer
Engraver H. M. Pease ; Photo Eng. Co., New York
Box 36, Folder 9

United Nations march and two step New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1900

Additional Note

Words and Music by W. A. Corey
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA
Box 36, Folder 9

Lincoln centennial grand march New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1909.Sydney :J. Albert & Son ,1909

Additional Note

Words and Music by W. A. Corey
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA
Box 36, Folder 9

A warmin' up in Dixie New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1899.Sydney :J. Albert & Son ,1899

Additional Note

Words and Music by E. T. Paull
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA
Box 36, Folder 9

The midnight fire alarm : march and two step New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,n.d.Sydney :J. Albert & Son ,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by E. T. Paull
Written by Harry J. Lincoln
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA
Box 36, Folder 10

New York and Coney Island cycle march : two step New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1896.London :Howard & Co. ,1896

Additional Note

Music by E. T. Paull
Written by Harry J. Lincoln
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA

Note

Also published by Whaley Royce & Co., Toronto ; National Music Co., Chicago ; Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; C. H. Ditson & Co., New York ; and The John Church Co., Cincinnati and Chicago.
Box 36, Folder 10

The race course : march two step New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1910

Additional Note

Music by J. Glogau
Arranged by E. T. Paull
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA
Box 36, Folder 10

Napoleon's last charge New York :E. T. Paull Music Co.,1910

Additional Note

Music by Edward Ellis
Arranged by E. T. Paull
Lithographer : A. Hoen & Co., Richmond, VA
 

Series 26. Places, Events, Things

Box 37, Folder 1

Souvenir de Macon (forget-me-not) : valse elegante Philadelphia :Beck & Lawton,1859

Additional Note

Arranged by Estelle de Lisle
Lithographer : Schnabel & Finkeldey, lith., Philadelphia
Box 37, Folder 1

Mahopac Lake waltz New York :Firth, Hall, & Pond,1846.New York :Firth & Hall ,1846

Additional Note

Composed by Allen Dodworth
Lithographer : G & W Endicott, Lith.
Box 37, Folder 1

The old oaken bucket : transcription de concert Boston :White, Smith & Co.,1880

Additional Note

Music by Charles D. Blake
Box 37, Folder 1

The locus grove polka New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1859

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Kleber
Lithographer : Sarony, Major, & Knapp, New York
Box 37, Folder 1

Norwood galop New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1868

Additional Note

Composed by J. M. Lander
Lithographer : Miller's Lith., New York
Box 37, Folder 2

That little church around the corner : song and chorus Boston :White, Smith, & Perry,1871

Additional Note

Music by C. A. White
Words by Dexter Smith
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston
Box 37, Folder 2

The snow storm Boston :Keith's Music Publishing House,1847

Additional Note

Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 37, Folder 2

Sterling house polka Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.New York :J. E. Gould ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Erwin L. Holbrook
Lithographer : A. C. Nash, del. ; J. H. Bufford & Cos., Lith.

Note

Also published by Tyler & Hewitt, New Orleans and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston.
Box 37, Folder 2

Delta Kappa Epsilon grand march Cincinnati :John Church & Co.,1861

Additional Note

Composed by Alfred H. Pease
Box 37, Folder 2

Pensée celeste Chicago :Lyon & Healy,1867

Additional Note

Music by V. B. Aubert
Box 37, Folder 3

The banjo : an original imitation of this inimitable instrument Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1863

Additional Note

Music by H. C. Harris
Instrument : Piano
Box 37, Folder 3

Girard House polka Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1852.New York :William Hall & Son ,1852

Additional Note

Composed by C. F. Stein
Lithographer : T. Sinclair's Lith., Philadelphia
Box 37, Folder 3

Gift polka : a souvenir to his pupils New York :H. B. Dodworth & Co.,1852.New York :William Hall & Son ,1852

Additional Note

Composed by Allen Dodworth
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 37, Folder 3

Lost in the flood : song and chorus commemorative of the awful catastrophe at Johnstown, Pa., May 31st, 1889 Chicago :Lyon & Healy,1889

Additional Note

Music by H. W. Fairbank
Words by Neva Parkhill Prentice
Box 37, Folder 3

American progress : march brillante Boston :White, Smith & Co.,1883.New York :Spear & Dehnhoff ,1883

Additional Note

Composed by Leopold Cohen
Words by
Box 37, Folder 4

The sparkling polka : invitation to the dance [2 copies] New York :Horace Waters,1855

Additional Note

Composed by Thomas Baker
Words by
Lithographer : Sarony & Co., New York
Box 37, Folder 4

Michigan, my Michigan : song and chorus Detroit :J. Henry Whittemore,1864

Additional Note

Arranged by J. Henry Whittemore
Words by
Performed by J. P. Mansfield, Esq.
Box 37, Folder 4

The water mill Cincinnati :Geo. D. Newhall & Co.,1879

Additional Note

Music by G. Operti
Poetry by Gen. McCullum
Performed by Mme. Zelda Seguin
Box 37, Folder 4

Trenton polka, composed and respectfully dedicated to the ladies of Trenton Philadelphia :Winner & Shuster,1854

Additional Note

Music by
Poetry by
Box 37, Folder 5

The old pear tree New York :Cook & Brother,1855

Additional Note

Written and composed by William Clifton
Poetry by
Lithographer : Stackpole
Box 37, Folder 5

Grandfather's clock : song and chorus New York :C. M. Cady,1876

Additional Note

Words and Music by Henry C. Work
Poetry by
Box 37, Folder 5

World's Columbian Exposition waltz, expressly composed for the grand opening of the World's Fair, Chicago Chicago :A. M. Gluck,1892

Additional Note

Music by Adelaide Marcella Gluck
Poetry by
Lithographer : The Winters Art Litho. Co., Chicago
Box 37, Folder 5

The Rochester schottisch for the piano Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1857

Additional Note

Composed by W. H. Rulison
Poetry by
Lithographer : Greene & Walker, Boston
Box 37, Folder 5

I'm with you once again : a popular song Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1843

Additional Note

Music by William R. Dempster
Words by George P. Morris, Esq.
Lithographer : Thayer & Cos., Boston
Box 37, Folder 6

Home! Sweet home! : air anglais varié pour le piano New York :G. Shirmer,1857

Additional Note

Music by S. Thalberg
Words by
Box 37, Folder 6

Home! Sweet home! Philadelphia :George Bacon,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Henry R. Bishop
Words by
Performed by Miss M. Tree at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden
Clari, or, The Maid of Milan
Box 37, Folder 6

Home, Sweet home New York :S. T. Gordon,1854.Boston :Henry Tolman & Co. ,1854

Additional Note

Composed by J. H. Slack
Words by
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by Lee & Walker, Philadelphia.
Box 37, Folder 6

Crystal schottisch New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1853.Pittsburgh :H. Kleber & Bro. ,1853

Additional Note

Composed by William Byerly
Words by
Box 37, Folder 6

The ocean telegraph march New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1858.Pittsburgh :H. Kleber & Bro. ,1858

Additional Note

Composed by Francis H. Brown
Words by
Lithographer : The Major & Knapp Eng., Mfg., & Lith. Co., New York

Note

Also published by J. P. Shaw, Rochester ; C. Y. Fonda, Cincinnati ; and H. Pilcher & Sons, St. Louis.
Box 37, Folder 7

The maniac Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1840

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Words by
Lithographer : F. F. Oakley's Lith., Boston
Box 37, Folder 7

Silver gloss waltz New York :C. H. Ditson & Co.,1867

Additional Note

Composed by E. Pabst
Words by
Lithographer : 'Oswego Starch Factory' ; J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston
Box 37, Folder 7

Home! Sweet home! : a favorite air arrnged with variations Boston :E. H. Wade,[1845 -1860]

Additional Note

Composed by T. Valentine
Words by
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 37, Folder 7

World's Columbian Exposition waltz (Welt-Ausstellungs Marsch), for the grand opening of the Chicago World's Fair, 1893 Milwaukee :Wm. Rohlfing & Sons,1892

Additional Note

Music by Eduard Holst
Poetry by
Box 37, Folder 7

Electric march Brooklyn :Ludwig Brothers,1878

Additional Note

Composed by Richard Ortloff
Poetry by
Box 37, Folder 8

Good as wheat : march and song Louisville :D. P. Faulds,1873

Additional Note

Music by Old Rye
Poetry by
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Sons, Lith., Boston
Box 37, Folder 8

The prospect galop Catskill, NY :James H. Thomas,1872.New York :William A. Pond & Co. ,1872

Additional Note

Music by F. Whitney Shelley
Poetry by
Lithographer : R. Teller, New York
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by Carl Prufer, Boston ; Marshall & Wendell, Albany ; and S. R. Leland, Worcester.
Box 37, Folder 8

Lost on the Lady Elgin : song and chorus commemorating the terrible lake disaster of Friday Night, September 7th, 1860 Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1861

Additional Note

Words and Music by Henry C. Work
Poetry by
Box 37, Folder 8

Belgian Gallery polka New York :Harvey B. Dodworth,[1852]

Additional Note

Composed by Harvey B. Dodworth
Poetry by
Lithographer : Otto Boetticher, New York
Box 37, Folder 8

St. Nicholas schottisch New York :Horace Waters,1853

Additional Note

Composed by T. Franklin Bassford
Poetry by
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 37, Folder 9

The Johnstown flood : a descriptive fantasie Boston :P. R. McCargo,1889

Additional Note

Music by Alberto Rivieri
Poetry by
Lithographer : Austin W. Pease
Box 37, Folder 9

Home, sweet home with brilliant variations Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,1867

Additional Note

Music by Charles Grobe
Poetry by
Box 37, Folder 9

Home, sweet home : arranged as a song duett or trio Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.New York :T. S. Berry ,n.d.

Additional Note

Adapted by Henry R. Bishop
Written by John Howard Payne
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston ; A. A. Adey, Springfield ; D. A. Traux, Cincinnati ; T. T. Barker, Boston ; and J. E. Gould, Philadelphia.
Box 37, Folder 9

Alone, alone Boston :Prentiss & Clark,1847

Additional Note

Composed by T. Comer
Words by S. S. Steele, Esq.
Lithographer : Bufford & Co., Boston
Favorite Melodies from the Grand Chinese Spectacle of Aladdin or the Wonderful LAmp, as produced at the Boston Museum
Box 37, Folder 9

Home, sweet home : brilliant variations Philadelphia :G. Andre & Co.,n.d.Washington, D.C. :W. G. Metzerott & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Henry R. Bishop
Adapted by J. H. Slack
Lithographer : M. H. Traubel, Lith., Philadelphia

Note

Also published by M. Gray, San Francisco and J. P. Weiss, Detroit.
Box 37, Folder 9

Willard's polka (A carnival in Washington) New York :William Hall & Son,1854.New Orleans :H. D. Hewitt ,1854

Additional Note

Composed by Maurice Strakosch
Adapted by
Lithographer : Sarony & Co., Lith.
 

Series 27. Political, 1840 - 1843

Box 38, Folder 1

The national whig song Boston :Parker & Ditson,1840

Additional Note

Arranged by
Written by William Hayden, Esq.
Lithographer : B. W. Thayer's Lithog., Boston
Box 38, Folder 1

The log cabin song : adapted to a popular air Boston :Parker & Ditson,1840

Additional Note

Arranged by
Written by
Lithographer : B. W. Thayer's Lithog., Boston
Box 38, Folder 1

Repeal march (Oh, Erin, remember the days of old) Boston :Henry Prentiss,1843

Additional Note

Composed by J. W. McCaughy
Written by
Printer J. C. Sharp's Press
 

Series 28. Prefire Chicago

Box 38, Folder 2

My Madeline! : song and chorus Chicago :Root & Cady,1868

Additional Note

Music by C. T. Lockwood
Words by H. M. Look
Box 38, Folder 2

If I were a maiden, what would I do. Chicago :Higgins, Brothers,1857

Additional Note

Music by C. M. Cady
Words by Mrs. M. E. H.
Lithographer : Stackpole, New York
Cady's Popular Home Songs
Box 38, Folder 2

Lorena : transcription brilante on J. P. Webster's beautiful air Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1861

Additional Note

Music by T. M. Brown
Words by
Box 38, Folder 2

Kingdom coming! : song and chorus Chicago :Root & Cady,1862.New York :Firth, Pond & Co. ,1862

Additional Note

Words and Music by Henry C. Work
Words by

Note

Also published by Wm. Hall & Son, New York ; Henry Tolman & Co., Boston ; S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland ; H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee ; and J. H. Whittemore, Detroit.
Box 38, Folder 2

De day ob Liberty's comin' : Wurzel's Liberty Song Chicago :Root & Cady,1862.Milwaukee :H. N. Hempsted ,1862

Additional Note

Words and Music by G. F. Wurzel
Words by

Note

Also published by H.Tolman & Co., Boston and S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland.
Box 38, Folder 3

Nellie's lost and found Chicago :Root & Cady,1861.Milwaukee :H. N. Hempsted ,1862

Additional Note

Music by Henry C. Work
Words by
Songs and Ballads of Henry C. Work

Note

Also published by Russell & Tolman, Boston and S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland.
Box 38, Folder 3

Three angel visitants Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1857

Additional Note

Music by C. M. Cady
Words by
Box 38, Folder 3

Footsteps on the stairs : song and chorus Chicago :Lyon & Healy,1868

Additional Note

Music by J. A. Butterfield
Words by Dexter Smith
Box 38, Folder 3

Gathering home : song and chorus Chicago :Root & Cady,1868

Additional Note

Composed by C. T. Lockwood
Words by
Box 38, Folder 3

Hattie Bell Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1862

Additional Note

Music by J. P. Webster
Words by F. D. Hatfield
Box 38, Folder 4

Long years have passed Chicago :B. K. Mould,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by L. D. Hoard
Words by Mrs. M. A. H.
Box 38, Folder 4

I cannot catch the sunshine! or, The blind child Chicago :A. Judson Higgins,1860

Additional Note

Composed by A. J. Higgins
Words by
Box 38, Folder 4

Nelly Lee Chicago :Lyon & Healy,1867.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1867

Additional Note

Music by R. W. Carpenter
Words by Olynthus

Note

Also C. W. A. Trumpler, Philadelphia ; C. H. Ditson & Co., New York ; Munger Bros., St. Paul ; and Western News Co., Chicago.
Box 38, Folder 4

Lorena : the universally popular ballad Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1857

Additional Note

Music by J. P. Webster
Poetry by Rev. H. D. L. Webster
Box 38, Folder 4

I'll twine Ômid the ringlets Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1860

Additional Note

Music by J. P. Webster
Words by Maud Irving
Box 38, Folder 5

When you and I were young, Maggie : song and chorus Chicago :J. A. Butterfield,1866

Additional Note

Music by J. A. Butterfield
Words by George W. Johnson
Box 38, Folder 5

The enchantress schottisch Chicago :Root & Cady,1862

Additional Note

Music by A. J. Vaas
Words by
Lithographer : Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., Lithographers, Cincinnati
Box 38, Folder 5

Sibylla valse Chicago :Root & Cady,1869

Additional Note

Music by James Harrison
Words by
Box 38, Folder 5

Roberto il diavolo Chicago :Root & Cady,1868

Additional Note

Music by A. Baumbach
Words by
Golden Memories by Adolph Baumbach
Box 38, Folder 5

I stand on memory's golden shore Chicago :Root & Cady,1864 -1865

Additional Note

Music by J. P. Webster
Words by S. Fillmore Bennett
Six songs by J. P. Webster
Box 38, Folder 6

Don Giovanni Chicago :Root & Cady,1868

Additional Note

Music by Mozart
Arranged by Adolph Baumbach
Golden Memories by Adolph Baumbach
Box 38, Folder 6

Oh! give me a home by the sea Chicago :Root & Cady,1869

Additional Note

Composed by E. A. Hosmer
Arranged by G. Russell
Box 38, Folder 6

Hear me, Norma : the celebrated Duett Chicago :Geo. F. Root & Sons,n.d.Cleveland :S. Brainard's Sons ,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Bellini
Arranged by
Bellini's 'La Norma'

Note

Also published by John Church & Co., Cincinnati.
Box 38, Folder 6

Come home, Father! : song transcription Chicago :Root & Cady,1866

Additional Note

Music by Edward Hoffman
Arranged by
Box 38, Folder 6

Lorena Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1857

Additional Note

Composed by J. P. Webster
Poetry by Rev. H. D. L. Webster
Beautiful Ballads
Box 38, Folder 6

The rain on the roof Chicago :H. M. Higgins,1861

Additional Note

Composed by James C. Clark
Words by Coates Kinney
Social Concerts of Ossian E. Dodge
 

Series 29. Rags

Box 38, Folder 7

The ragtime goblin man New York :Harry vonTilzer Music Publishing Co.,1912

Additional Note

Music by Harry vonTilzer
Words by Andrew B. Sterling
Box 38, Folder 7

Rizzy Boo : the latest rag creation San Francisco :Nat Goldstein Music Publishing Company,1913

Additional Note

Music by Nat Goldstein
Words by Harrison Green
Lithographer : Morgan
Box 38, Folder 7

I'd leave ma happy home for you New York :Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer,1899.Chicago :Shapiro, Bernstein & Von Tilzer ,1899

Additional Note

Music by Harry vonTilzer
Words by Will A. Heelan
Performed by Johnson and Dean
Box 38, Folder 7

We'll rag our way thru Germany, we'll fox trot over the Rhine Deer Lodge, MT :Charles C. Miller,1917

Additional Note

Music by C. C. Miller
Words by E. J. Thomkins
Box 38, Folder 7

The ragtime violin New York :Ted Snyder Co., Music Publishers,1911

Additional Note

Words and Music by Irving Berlin
Words by
Lithographer : Pfeiffer, New York
Performed by Cooper & Ricardo
 

Series 30. Ships

Box 38, Folder 8

Light may the boat row : duett New York :Atwill's Music Saloon,1836

Additional Note

Arranged by J. Watson
Written by Jonas B. Phillips, Esq.
Performed by Mr. and Miss Watson
Box 38, Folder 8

And wilt thou weep when I am low? New York :Atwill,1844

Additional Note

Composed by William H. Weiss
Words by Lord Byron
Lithographer : [C. W. Lewis?]
Box 38, Folder 8

Three bells polka New York :Berry & Gordon,1854.New York :Cook & Brother ,1854

Additional Note

Composed by T. J. Cook
Words by
Lithographer : Sarony and Co., New York

Note

Also published by Oliver Ditson, Boston ; J. E. Could, Philadelphia ; and D. A. Truax, Cincinnati.
Box 38, Folder 8

Oh! boatman, haste! : a popular western refrain New York :Atwill's,1843.New Orleans :Charles Horst ,1843

Additional Note

Arranged by George Loder
Poetry by George P. Morris
Lithographer : Thayer & Co., Lith., Boston
Box 38, Folder 8

The inchcape bell Boston :Oliver Ditson,n.d.

Additional Note

Written and composed by John Parry, Jr.
Poetry by
Lithographer : Thayer & Co., Lith., Boston
Box 38, Folder 9

The May-flower schottische New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,1855

Additional Note

Composed by C. Muller
Poetry by
Lithographer : Sarony & Co., Lith., New York
Box 38, Folder 9

Blow on! Blow on! : the pirate's glee Boston :Geo. P. Reed,[1839 -1849]

Additional Note

Composed by Benjamin F. Baker
Words by Arthur Morrill, Esq.
Lithographer : Thayer's Lith., Boston
Box 38, Folder 9

The song of the ocean telegraph New York :Wm. Dressler,1858

Additional Note

Arranged by W[illia]m Dressler
Written by Gervase Wheeler
Lithographer : M Y Graver
Box 38, Folder 9

The Atlantic's return : schottische New York :Jaques & Brothers,1851.New York :Wm. Hall & Son ,1851

Additional Note

Arranged by Johann Munck
Written by
Lithographer : Wm. Endicott & Co., New York

Note

Also published by C. P. Reed & Co., Boston ; Lee & Walker, Philadelphia ; and Geo. Willig, Jr. , Baltimore.
Box 38, Folder 9

Wrecker's Daughter : a quick step Boston :Henry Prentiss,1840

Additional Note

Music by Conrad Fay
Words by
Lithographer : Thayer & Co., Lithography, Boston
Box 39, Folder 1

Ocean yacht race : grand march New York :Rudiger & Hill,1867

Additional Note

Composed by Konrad Treuer
Words by
Lithographer : Cha[rle]s Hart, New York
Box 39, Folder 1

Lo! the watchfire New York :Atwill's,1844

Additional Note

Music by Austin Philips
Poetry by Rev. J. R. Wreford, F.S.A.
Songs of the Sea
Box 39, Folder 1

The rover's flag : a celebrated sea song New York :E. Riley & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by M. Corri
Poetry by
Lithographer : Endicott
Box 39, Folder 1

The bird at sea Baltimore :John Cole & Son,1834

Additional Note

Composed by C. Meineke
Written by Mrs. Hemans
Lithographer : T. Campbell
Box 39, Folder 1

The Atlantic's return : schottische New York :Horace Waters,1851.New York :Jaques & Brothers ,1851

Additional Note

Arranged by Johann Munck
Written by
Lithographer : Wm. Endicott & Co., New York

Note

Also published by Wm. Hall & Son, New York ; C. P. Reed & Co., Boston ; Lee & Walker, Philadelphia ; and Geo. Willig, Jr. , Baltimore.
Box 39, Folder 2

My bark is upon the deep love Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by M. L. Wicklif
Written by
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 39, Folder 2

Steam boat quick step Boston :Oliver Ditson,[1844 -1857]

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by
Written by
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 39, Folder 2

Now at moonlight's fairy hour Philadelphia :G. E. Blake,[1818 -1814]

Additional Note

Composed by Thomas Thompson
Written by
Box 39, Folder 2

The homeward bound

Additional Note

Composed by Joseph Philip Knight
Poetry by Mrs. John Knight
Box 39, Folder 2

The mother who hath a child at sea : a ballad New York :Atwill,1841

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Poetry by
Lithographer : G. W. Lewis
Box 39, Folder 3

Her bright smile haunts me still : a ballad Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,[1858 -1876]

Additional Note

Composed by W. T. Wrighton
Poetry by
Lithographer : J. H. Buford's, Lithographer
Instrument : Piano
Box 39, Folder 3

Gathering shells from the sea shore : song and chorus East Liverpool, Ohio :W. L. Thompson & Co.,1874

Additional Note

Words and Music by Will L. Thompson
Poetry by
Lithographer : W. J. Morgan & Co., Lithographers, Cleveland
Instrument : Piano or Guitar
Box 39, Folder 3

Come o'er the moonlit sea Boston :C. Bradlee,[1827 -1834]

Additional Note

Arranged by L. Devereux
Written by Charles Jefferys
Box 39, Folder 3

Schuylkill boat song Philadelphia :Osbourn's Music Saloon,[1840]

Additional Note

Composed by F. Blanchor
Poetry by Thomas Dunn English, M.D.
Lithographer : Sinclair Lithography, Philadelphia
Box 39, Folder 3

Great eastern galop Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1859.Boston :C. C. Clapp & Co. ,1859

Additional Note

Composed by R. Regestein
Poetry by

Note

Also published by Beck & Lawton, Philadelphia Firth, Pond & Co., New York ; and John Church, Jr., Cincinnati.
Box 39, Folder 4

When the moonbeam, no. 2 New York :Atwill,[1844]

Additional Note

Music by Austin Philips
Poetry by Rev. J. R. Wreford, F.S.A.
Songs of the Sea
Box 39, Folder 4

Merrily o'er the waves, no. 1 New York :Atwill,[1844]

Additional Note

Music by Austin Philips
Poetry by Rev. J. R. Wreford, F.S.A.
Lithographer : Lewis & Brown, New York
Songs of the Sea
Box 39, Folder 4

Oh, sail with me, no. 3 New York :Atwill,[1844]

Additional Note

Music by Austin Philips
Poetry by Rev. J. R. Wreford, F.S.A.
Lithographer : Lewis & Brown, New York
Songs of the Sea
Box 39, Folder 4

When the moonbeam, no. 2 New York :Atwill,[1844]

Additional Note

Music by Austin Philips
Poetry by Rev. J. R. Wreford, F.S.A.
Songs of the Sea
Box 39, Folder 4

The foeman comes, no. 5 New York :Atwill,1844

Additional Note

Music by Austin Philips
Poetry by Rev. J. R. Wreford, F.S.A.
Songs of the Sea
Box 39, Folder 5

Far o'er the deep blue sea Baltimore :Geo. Willig,1834

Additional Note

Composed by John H. Hewitt
Written by R. H. Pratt, Esq.
Lithographer : A. J. Miller
Box 39, Folder 5

I'm afloat Boston :G. P. Reed,1846

Additional Note

Music by Henry Rufsell
Words by Eliza Cook
Instrument : Guitar
Box 39, Folder 5

Wrecker's daughter quick step Boston :Geo. P. Reed,1844

Additional Note

Music by J. G. Von Rieff
Words by
Lithographer : Lith. of Bouve;
Box 39, Folder 5

New England! New England!: My home o'er the sea Baltimore :F. D. Benteen,1844.New Orleans :Wm. T. Mayo ,1844

Additional Note

Composed by I. T. Stoddard
Written by Anna M. Wells
Lithographer : E. B. Weber & Co., Baltimore
Box 39, Folder 5

I'm afloat! I'm afloat! : a song Boston :Geo. P. Reed,[1841]

Additional Note

Composed by Henry Russell
Words by Eliza Cook
Box 39, Folder 6

The sailor's grave Boston :C. Bradlee,1834

Additional Note

Composed by Mrs. Shelton
Arranged by Ch. Zeuner
Box 39, Folder 6

Her bright smile haunts me still Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1858]

Additional Note

Composed by W. T. Wrighton
Arranged by Charles J. Dorn
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith.
Instrument : Guitar
Box 39, Folder 6

We are floating down the river Marshall, Michigan :J. S. White & Co.,1873.Philadelphia :F. A. North & Co. ,1873

Additional Note

Music by A. C. Miller
Words by T. C. Harbaugh
Lithographer : Duval & Hunter, Lith., Philadelphia

Note

Also published by S. Brainard's Sons, Cleveland.
Box 39, Folder 6

The sailor's tear and the sailor's tear New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Written and composed by Sidney Waller
Poetry by F. W. N. Bayley, Esq.
Lithographer : Pendletons Lith., Boston
Box 39, Folder 6

L'orage (The thunder-storm) New York :Charles W. Harris,1867

Additional Note

Music by G. Albert
Poetry by
Instrument : Piano
Box 39, Folder 7

The midnight moon New York :William Hall & Son,[1848 -1858].New Orleans :W. T. Mayo ,[1848 -1858]

Additional Note

Music by Stephen Glober
Written by Mrs. Crawford
Lays of the Night: Two Vocal Duetts
Box 39, Folder 7

Our good ship sails to-night : song New York :William Hall & Son,1861.Buffalo :J. R. Blodgett ,1861

Additional Note

Composed by Stephen C. Massett
Written by
Lithographer : Henry C. Eno, New York

Note

Also published by Lee & Walker, Philadelphia ; Skinner & Sperry, New Haven ; A. C. Peters & Bros., Cincinnati ; and H. Tolman & Co., Boston.
Box 39, Folder 7

Ocean shells : romance for piano Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.New York :Firth, Pond & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by Lizzie M. Hervey
Written by

Note

Also published by J. Church, Jr., Cincinnati ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and J. E. Gould, Philadelphia .
 

Series 31. Special Items

 

Subseries a. 19th Century

Box 39, Folder 8

Bajelito, the favourite Spanish air New York :Mesier,[1816 -1840]

Additional Note

Composed by Garcia
Adapted by
Lithographer : Mesier's Lithog., New York
Performed by Signorina Malibran Garcia
Box 39, Folder 8

The seasons no. 4 winter : grand waltz New York :Firth, Hall & Pond ,1847

Additional Note

Composed by Theodore von la Hache
Adapted by
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 39, Folder 8

The seasons no. 2 summer : grand waltz New York :Firth, Hall & Pond ,1847

Additional Note

Composed by Henry C. Timm
Adapted by
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 39, Folder 8

The seasons no. 1 spring : grand waltz New York :Firth, Hall & Pond ,1847

Additional Note

Composed by William Scharfenberg
Adapted by
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 39, Folder 8

How are you green-backs : a popular comic song New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1863.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1863

Additional Note

Arranged by Charles Glover
Words by E. Bowers
Lithographer : Sarony, Major, & Knapp, New York
Performed by Dan Bryant and Mrs. John Wood

Note

Also published by J. H. Hidley, Albany ; Blodgett & Bradford, Buffalo ; and H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee.
Box 39, Folder 9

Scissor grinder galop Philadelphia :R. Wittig,1869

Additional Note

Music by H. B. Ella
Words by
Engraver R. M. Gaw, Eng.
Box 39, Folder 9

The plate waltz Philadelphia :Edward L. Walker,1849

Additional Note

Composed by J. A. Janke, Jr.
Words by
Lithographer : M. A. Root
Box 39, Folder 9

My bark shall tempt the seas no more New York :Bourne,1830

Additional Note

Music by E. Solis
Written by Richard Ryan
Lithographer : F. Grain, del. ; Pendleton, Lith.
Box 39, Folder 9

Beautiful Isle : song addressed to Dauphin Island Mobile Point, Fort Boyer, Alabama Louisville :D. P. Faulds & Co.,1850.Cincinnati :Peters & Field ,1850

Additional Note

Adapted by James G. Drake
Written by
Lithographer : Sarony, New York

Note

Also published by W. C. Peters, Baltimore.
Box 39, Folder 9

The pretty little maid of Minnetonka : song and chorus New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1870.Milwaukee :H. N. Hempsted ,1870

Additional Note

Music by J. R. Thomas
Poetry by James T. Dudley
Lithographer : The Major & Knapp Eng., Mfg., & Lith. Co., New York

Note

Also published by S. M. Spaulding, Minneapolis and Munger, Bros., St. Paul.
Box 39, Folder 10

The adventures of Paul Pry New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1826]

Additional Note

Music by
Poetry by
Lithographer : Mr Gear ; M. Williams, Lith.
Performed by Mr. Hilson
Box 39, Folder 10

The U.S. Mail Detroit :Roe Stephens,1875

Additional Note

Music by L. Harrison Thomas
Words by F. J. Thomas
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Sons, Lith., Boston
Performed by Mr. Ronaldson Hunt at the Detroit Board of Trade Concerts
Box 39, Folder 10

Have you struck ile? : song and chorus Cleveland :S. Brainard & Co.,1865

Additional Note

Arranged by A. Speculator
Words by Joseph B. Quinby
Lithographer : Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., Lithographer, Cincinnati
Box 39, Folder 10

The flying trapeze : waltz and song New York :C. H. Ditson & Co.,1868.Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co. ,1868

Additional Note

Music by Gaston Lyle
Written by George Leybourne

Note

Also published by Lyon & Healy, Chicago ; J. Church, Jr., Cincinnati ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and C. W. A. Trumpler, Philadelphia.
Box 39, Folder 10

La hermandàd : a sett of favorite Spanish waltzes, respectfully dedicated by permission to the young ladies of the Academy of the Visitation of Georgetown, D.C. Washington City, D.C. :Hilbus & Hitz Music Depot,1854

Additional Note

Composed by Pedro A. Daunas
Written by
Lithographer : Sarony & Co., New York
Performed by Philharmonic Society of Georgetown College
Box 40, Folder 1

They have taken him out of the poor house : song and chorus Parkersburg, WV :H. T. Martin,1877

Additional Note

Composed by H. T. Martin
Words by W. W. Long
Box 40, Folder 1

The old bachelor Baltimore :Geo. Willig,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by T. H. Bayly
Words by T. H. Bayly
Lithographer : Smith
Box 40, Folder 1

The breakfast bell polka Boston :Russell & Richardson,1853.Salem :D. B. Brooks & Bro. ,1853

Additional Note

Composed by P. S. Gilmore
Words by
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith.
Performed by Gilmore's Salem Brass Band

Note

Also published by Clapp & Corey, Providence
Box 40, Folder 1

Free soil waltzes Boston :Stephen W. Marsh,1848

Additional Note

Arranged by M. A. C.
Words by
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 40, Folder 1

One day while working at my plough : a favorite duetto Philadelphia :Osbourn's Music Saloon,[1835]

Additional Note

Arranged by T. Carr
Words by
Performed by Miss R. & M. Shaw
Box 40, Folder 2

Ah don't mingle, one human feeling : the celebrated finale New York :Atwill's Music Saloon,1835

Additional Note

Arranged by R. B. Taylor
Words by
Lithographer : Bufford's Lithography
Performed by Mrs. Wood
Bellini's opera 'La Sonnambula'
Box 40, Folder 2

Smile upon me dearest, or, Sois ma bayadere New York :Atwill's Music Saloon,[1835]

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Auber
Words by
Lithographer : Endicott, New York
'Maid of Cashmere'
Box 40, Folder 2

The pilot on the deep : a favorite ballad s.l. :s.d.,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by William Clifton
Written by Thomas Haynes Bayley
Box 40, Folder 2

Rose of Lucerne, or, the Swiss toy girl New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1832]

Additional Note

Arranged by John Barnett
Written by
Performed by Miss George
Box 40, Folder 2

Good night love : a much admired ballad adapted to Sig. Bellini's celebrated rondo 'Dalla gioja e dal piacere' New York :Thomas Birch,[1840]

Additional Note

Arranged by Signor A. Bagioli
Written by James Nack
Lithographer : H. Greredon
Box 40, Folder 3

Child of the regiment New York :Atwill's,[1847]

Additional Note

Arranged by
Written by
Printer Maigne, Printer ; Watson, Engraver
Performed by Mdlle. Jenny Lind

Note

Not sheet music
Box 40, Folder 3

On the beach at Long Branch New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1868.Cincinnati :C. Y. Fonda ,1868

Additional Note

Written and composed by William Lingard
Written by
Lithographer : The Major & Knapp Eng., Mfg., & Lith. Co., New York
Serio-Comic Songs

Note

Also published by H. Kleber & Bro., Pittsburgh ; Root & Cady, Chicago ; and H. N. Hempsted, Milwaukee.
Box 40, Folder 3

I'm the captain of the broom stick cavalry Chicago :Carrie Jacobs -Bond & Son,1900

Additional Note

Words and Music by Carrie Jacobs Bond
Written by
Lithographer : Jules F. Wegman
Box 40, Folder 3

Pleading and practice : two-step and grand march Northport, NY :George H. Bishop,1896

Additional Note

Composed by George H. Bishop
Written by
Lithographer : Brett Litho. Co., New York
Box 40, Folder 3

The dying words of little Katy, or, Will he come New York :Horace Waters,1853.Boston :George P. Reed & Co. ,1853

Additional Note

Music by Horace Waters
Written by Solon Robinson
Lithographer : S. W. Chandler & Co., Lith., Boston
Instrument : Piano Forte

Note

Also published by Lee & Walker, Philadelphia and W. C. Peters & Sons, Cincinnati.
Box 40, Folder 4

Never go back on a traveling man, or, the boys on the road : a commercial ballad to the traveling men of America, the great fraternity who earn a livlihood by their constant 'grip' this song is affectionately dedicated Cincinnati :F. W. Helmick,1881

Additional Note

Music by Charlie Baker
Words by Robert Lovell
Box 40, Folder 4

The gift : a Christmas and New Year's present New York :M. Bancroft,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by W. Nash
Words by
Box 40, Folder 4

Buy a broom? Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,1827

Additional Note

Written and arranged by Edward Knight
Words by
Lithographer : Imbert Lithograph'd and Scripsit
Performed by Mrs. Knight
Box 40, Folder 4

The stamp galop Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1864.New York :William A. Pond & Co. ,1864

Additional Note

Composed by Arthur O'Leary
Words by
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by John C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; J. E. Gould, Philadelphia ; John Church, Jr., Cincinnati ; and Lyon & Healy, Chicago.
Box 40, Folder 4

The merry singer : a song New York :The Singer Manufacturing Co.,1891.Middletown, CT :T. E. Blatchley ,1891

Additional Note

Words and Music by Henri Le Verne
Words by
Box 40, Folder 5

Verona : valse de salon Philadelphia :Lee & Walker,[1856]

Additional Note

Music by W. Smallwood
Words by
Box 40, Folder 5

The boys of Kilkenny : adapted to an Irish air Baltimore :Geo. Willig,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by
Words by
Performed by Mr. Power
Box 40, Folder 5

Harriet the match girl New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by W. Kirby
Poetry by Rosamond Wadams
Performed by Miss Love
Box 40, Folder 5

Behold how brightly breaks the morning : the celebrated barcarole New York :E. Riley,[1832]

Additional Note

Arranged by John Barnett
Poetry by
Lithographer : Risso & Browne
Masaniello
Box 40, Folder 5

Ye golden stars : a favorite ballad New York :Thomas Birch,[1832 -1841]

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by The Chevalier Neukomme
Written by Thomas H. Bayly, Esq.
Performed by Miss Watson
Box 40, Folder 6

The flower girl : a ballad Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,[1830 -1835]

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by
Written by
Performed by Madame Vestris
Box 40, Folder 6

Hark! Hark! through the wild wood : the celebrated Tyrolese war song New York :Bourne,[1830]

Additional Note

Composed by Alexander Lee
Written by
Lithographer : Pendleton
Performed by Madame Vestris
Box 40, Folder 6

Christmas schottisch Philadelphia :Edward L. Walker,1855

Additional Note

Composed by George L. Walker
Written by
Lithographer : George F. Bensell ; T. Sinclair's Lith., Philadelphia
Box 40, Folder 6

The Fairmount quadrilles Philadelphia :John F. Nunns,1836

Additional Note

Arranged by John H. Hewitt
Written by
Lithographer : Bufford's Lithog., New York
Box 40, Folder 6

When wakes the sun at early dawn : a favorite alpine melody New York :Firth & Hall,1835

Additional Note

Arranged by Mr. Watson
Words by Moncrieff
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford, New York
Performed by Miss Watson
Box 40, Folder 7

Kitty Clyde Boston :Russell & Tolman,1854.Utica :W. H. Dutton ,1854

Additional Note

Music by L. V. H. Crosby
Poetry by L. V. H. Crosby
Lithographer : Greene & Walker

Note

Also published by Firth, Pond & Co., New York and J. Sage & Sons, Buffalo.
Box 40, Folder 7

Kitty Clyde Boston :George P. Reed & Co.,1853.Rochester :George Dutton ,1853

Additional Note

Music by L. V. H. Crosby
Poetry by L. V. H. Crosby
Lithographer : J. G. Chandler's Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by Firth, Pond & Co., New York and J. Sage & Sons, Buffalo.
Box 40, Folder 7

The dying mariner's request Boston :Parker & Ditson,1837

Additional Note

Composed by George O. Farmer
Words by William A. Crafts
Box 40, Folder 7

Flynn of Virginia Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1870.Philadelphia :Lee & Walker ,1870

Additional Note

Music by F. B.
Words by Bret Harte
Lithographer : J. H. Bufford's Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by John Church, Jr., Cincinnati ; C. H. Ditson & Co., New York ; J. C. Haynes & Co., Boston ; and Lyon & Healy, Chicago.
Box 40, Folder 7

The California pioneers : a song San Francisco :Atwill & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Words and Music by Dr. M. A. Richter
Words by
Lithographer : Quirot & Co., San Francisco

Note

'N.B. The first piece of music pubd. in Cala.'
 

Subseries b. 20th Century

Box 40, Folder 8

The band played 'Nearer my God to thee' as the ship went down New York :Joe Morris Music Co.,1912

Additional Note

Music by Harold Jones
Words by Mark Beam
Box 40, Folder 8

The wreck on the Titanic : a descriptive composition for piano solo Chicago :Aubrey Stauffer & Co.,1912

Additional Note

Music by William Baltzell
Words by
Lithographer : Z. A. Hendrick
Box 40, Folder 8

Frenzied finance New York :The Gotham Music Publishing Co.,1905

Additional Note

Music by Al C. Murphy
Words by Earle C. Jones
Lithographer : E. C. Jones
Performed by Alex Clarke
Box 40, Folder 8

La Perla : vals Mexico :A. Wagner y Levien Sucs.,1902.Chicago :Lyon & Healy ,1902

Additional Note

Music by Miguel Lerdo de Tejada
Words by
Lithographer : A. Wagner y Levien
Box 40, Folder 8

Dewey's welcome home Chicago :Sol Bloom,1899

Additional Note

Music by William Hewitt
Words by James O'Dea
Lithographer : Keller
Box 40, Folder 9

Over there New York :Leo. Feist, Inc.,1918.London :Herman Darewski Music Publishing Co. ,1918

Additional Note

Words and Music by George M. Cohan
Words by
Lithographer : Norman Rockwell ; Life Publishing Co.
Box 40, Folder 9

The moving picture hero (of my heart) Chicago :F. J. A. Forster Music Publisher,1916

Additional Note

Music by Ernie Erdman
Words by Roger Lewis
Box 40, Folder 9

Choc'late soldier from the U.S.A. Sydney :D. Davis & Co. Pty. Ltd.,1944

Additional Note

Music by Elton Cox, Sonny Cox, and Lewis Ilda
Words by
Box 40, Folder 9

Po Ling and Ming Toy : A chinese Suite Boston :The Boston Music Co.,1924

Additional Note

Music by Rudolf Friml
Words by

Note

I. Po-Ling and Ming-Toy --II. A Chinese love song --III. Time o' Gloaming : valse --IV. Cometh as a bride.
Box 40, Folder 9

Pippa's song New York :G. Schirmer, Inc.,1922

Additional Note

Music by Kate Gilmore Black
Words by Robert Browning
Three songs with piano accompaniment

Note

'To Marjorie Wayburn [?] with kind regards from the composer, Kate Gilmore Black Seattle [?] Oct. 28, 1934' inscribed on cover
Box 40, Folder 10

It takes your Uncle Sammy to finish up the scrap Chicago :A. Fred Shaw,1917

Additional Note

Music by H. E. Hitchcock
Words by A. F. Shaw
Box 40, Folder 10

Merry time songs for children Alameda, CA :Alameda Music Co.,1901

Additional Note

Music by Charles H. McCurrie
Illustrations by Albertine Randall Wheelan

Note

'Mme. D'E... [?] with regards of her friend, C. H. McCurrie' inscribed on table of contents page Six and nine / words by R. H. Hudson --Three little birds / words by Laura E. Richards --Here comes the poundman / words by C. H. McCurrie --Ah Sam / words by C. H. McCurrie --Wouldn't think / words by Phoebe Cary --Grandpa's dancing lesson / words by C. H. McCurrie --Young King Cole : laughing song --A hint / words by Anna M. Pratt --Hen and duckling / words by Marion Manville --The gnome's song / words by Camilla E. Lies --Opera 'tragique'

Subjects and Indexing Terms

R. H. Hudson
Laura E. Richards
C. H. McCurrie
Phoebe Cary
Anna M. Pratt
Marion Manville
Camilla E. Lies
Box 40, Folder 10

April New York :G. Schirmer, Inc.,1927

Additional Note

Music by Kate Gilmore Black
Words by Maximilian de Schauensee
Two songs for voice and piano

Note

'To Marjorie Wayburn [?] with kind regards from Kate Gilmore Black Seattle [?] Oct. 23rd, 1934' inscribed on cover
Box 40, Folder 10

To the world and Budweiser Chicago :Will Rossiter,1909

Additional Note

Words and Music by K. S. Hazzard
Words by
Box 40, Folder 10

The dawn of love : song London and New York :Boosey & Co.,1902

Additional Note

Music by Percy E. Fletcher
Words by Geraldine Kemp

Note

'To Mr. & Mrs. George Brown from the composer' inscribed on cover
Box 41, Folder 1

The bells of youth : song London, New York, Sydney :Chappell & Co., Ltd.,1925

Additional Note

Music by Percy E. Fletcher
Words by 'Fiona Macleod' (William Sharp)

Note

'To Edith Brown from Percy E. Fletcher, Xmas. 1925' inscribed on cover
Box 41, Folder 1

The great adventure : song London, New York, Sydney :Chappell & Co., Ltd.,1923

Additional Note

Music by Percy E. Fletcher
Words by Edward Lockton

Note

'To George Brown, Esq. from Percy E. Fletcher, Xmas. 1925' inscribed on cover
Box 41, Folder 1

the owl : two songlets 1901

Additional Note

Music by Percy E. Fletcher
Words by Tennyson

Note

'To my cousin Edith. Feb. 25th, 1901' inscribed by Percy E. Fletcher unpublished manuscript
Box 41, Folder 1

My ship o'dreams Chicago :Will Rossiter ,1915

Additional Note

Music by Frank M. Suttle
Poetry by Francis X. Bushman
 

Series 32. Sports

Box 41, Folder 2

The galloping sleigh ride : polka Boston :J. P. Ordway,1849.New York :Waters & Berry ,1849

Additional Note

Music by J. P. Ordway
Poetry by
Instrument : Piano
Box 41, Folder 2

Croquet : song New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1867

Additional Note

Music by J. R. Thomas
Words by C. H. Webb
Lithographer : Bufford Bros., Lithography, New York
Performed by Mrs. Sophie Mozart
Box 41, Folder 2

Skating on the pond : song and chorus Philadelphia :J. Starr Holloway,1869

Additional Note

Words and Music by M. W. Hackelton
Words by
Lithographer : G. F. Swain
Box 41, Folder 2

Les patineurs : waltz brilliante New York :Firth, Pond & Co.,[1854 -1855].New Orleans :William T. Mayo ,[1854 -1855]

Additional Note

Words and Music by F. Burgmuller
Words by
Meyerbeers Opera 'Le Prophète'
Box 41, Folder 2

The skaters' waltz Pittsburgh :Barr, Knake, & Buettler,1867.Philadelphia :G. Andre & Co. ,1867

Additional Note

Music by H. T. Knake
Words by
Lithographer : Ehrgott, Forbriger, & Co., Lith., Cincinnati

Note

Also published by Pond & Co., New York ; J. L. Peters & Bro., Cincinnati ; and S. Brainerd & Sons, Cleveland.
Box 41, Folder 3

St. Louis skating rink waltz St. Louis :Compton & Doan,1868

Additional Note

Music by A. F Herwig
Words by
Lithographer : Studley & Co., Lith.
Performed by Jackson's Band
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 41, Folder 3

Home run polka Philadelphia :Marsh & Bunba,1867.New York :S. T. Gordon ,1867

Additional Note

Composed by Mrs. W. J. Bodell of Washington
Words by
Lithographer : L. N. Rosenthal

Note

Also published by D. Ditson & Co., Boston.
Box 41, Folder 3

That naughty little, sporty little gay golf ball Boston, New York, Chicago :White-Smith Music Publishing Co.,1898

Additional Note

Composed by
Words by
Barnet & Corliss' 'Three Little Lambs'
Box 41, Folder 3

Take me out to the ball-game New York :York Music Co.,1908

Additional Note

Music by Albert Von Tilzer
Words by Jack Norworth

Note

Cover photo of Sam Williams
Box 41, Folder 3

Take me out to the ball-game New York :York Music Co.,1908

Additional Note

Music by Albert Von Tilzer
Words by Jack Norworth

Note

Cover photo of Lulu Beeson. Possibly first edition.
 

Series 33. Transportation

Box 41, Folder 4

The great Rock Island route : song and chorus s.l. :s.n.,1882

Additional Note

Words and Music by J. A. Roff
Written by
Box 41, Folder 4

Tramway : galop brillant à 4 mains Montreal :A. J. Boucher,n.d.

Additional Note

Music by L. Gobbaerts
Written by
Box 41, Folder 4

Locomotive quick step Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,[1844 -1857]

Additional Note

Composed by L. Thayer Chadwick
Written by
Box 41, Folder 4

The express galop New York :William Hall & Son,[1848 -1858].Montreal :J. W. Herbert & Co. ,[1848 -1858]

Additional Note

Music by Charles D'Albert
Written by
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 41, Folder 4

Blue line waltzes Detroit :J. Henry Whittemore,1867

Additional Note

Composed by Roe Stephens
Written by
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Box 41, Folder 5

Lightening express galop (La grand vitesse) Brooklyn :J. W. Smith, Jr. & Bro.,1876

Additional Note

Composed by Edward H. Benedict
Written by
Lithographer : R. Teller, New York
Box 41, Folder 5

Union line mazurka Pittsburgh :Knake & McGinn,1875

Additional Note

Music by L. K. Billings
Written by
Box 41, Folder 5

Musard's express train galop New York :William Dressler,n.d.

Additional Note

Arranged by William Dressler
Written by
 

Series 34. Uncle Tom's Cabin and Little Eva

Box 41, Folder 6

The death of St. Clare (Little Eva's father), founded upon a scene in 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1852.New York :Gould & Berry ,1852

Additional Note

Composed by
Poetry by M. A. Collier
Lithographer : Bufford's Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland ; H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans ; G. W. Brainard & Co., Louisville ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston
Box 41, Folder 6

I am going there, or, The death of little Eva Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1852.New York :Gould & Berry ,1852

Additional Note

Composed by
Written by John S. Adams
Lithographer : Bufford's Lith., Boston

Note

Also published by S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland ; H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans ; G. W. Brainard & Co., Louisville ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston
Box 41, Folder 6

Eva to her Papa : song New York :Horace Waters,1853.Boston :G. P. Reed & Co. ,1853

Additional Note

Composed by George C. Howard
Written by
Photographer Daguerrotype by Joseph B. Brady ; Sarony & Co., New York
Performed by Little Cordelia Howard

Note

Also published by Lee & Walker, Philadelphia and W. C. Peters & Sons, Cincinnati.
Box 41, Folder 6

Eliza's flight, a scene from Uncle Tom's Cabin Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,1852.New York :Gould & Berry ,1852

Additional Note

Music by E. J. Loder
Written by Miss M. A. Collier
Lithographer : Bufford's Lith., Boston
Performed by Little Cordelia Howard

Note

Also published by S. Brainard & Co., Cleveland ; H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans ; G. W. Brainard & Co., Louisville ; and C. C. Clapp & Co., Boston
Box 41, Folder 6

Eva's parting, subject taken from Uncle Tom's Cabin Boston :G. P. Reed,1852

Additional Note

Composed by F. James
Written by Miss Mary A. Collier
Lithographer : Greene
Box 41, Folder 6

Little Eva : Uncle Tom's guardian angel Boston :John P. Jewett & Company,1852.Cleveland :Jewett, Proctor & Worthington ,1852

Additional Note

Music by Manuel Emilio
Poetry by John G. Whittier
 

Series 35. William Vincent Wallace

Box 41, Folder 7

Alary's celebrated polka aria : arranged with variations for the piano forte New York :William Hall & Son,1852.Louisville :G. W. Brainard & Co. ,1852

Additional Note

Arranged by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Performed by Madame Sontag

Note

Also published by H. D. Hewitt, New Orleans ; Colburn & Field, Cincinnati.
Box 41, Folder 7

Good night and pleasant dreams : tyrolien New York :William Hall & Son,1852

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by Anson G. Chester
Box 41, Folder 7

Sweet spirit, hear my prayer! New York :William Hall & Son,1860.London :Cramer, Beale & Co. ,1860

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Printer Warren Music Stereotyper, New York
The vocal gems of William Vincent Wallace's grand romantic opera, 'Lurline'
Box 41, Folder 7

Scenes that are brightest : ballad Philadelphia :A. Fiot,n.d.New York :W. Dubois ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by Alfred Bunn, Esq.
Performed by Miss Romer
Maritana
Box 41, Folder 7

ÔTis the harp in the air : romance Boston :Oliver Ditson & Co.,n.d.Boston :C. C. Clapp & Co. ,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Maritana

Note

Also published by Beck & Lawton, Philadelphia ; Truax & Baldwin, Cincinnati ; and S. T. Gordon, New York.
Box 41, Folder 8

Say my heart can this be love : ballad New York :William Hall & Son,1853.London :Cramer, Beale & Co. ,1853

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Written by Henry C. Watson
Lithographer : J. C. Pearson, New York

Note

Also published by A. Buttner, St. Petersburg ; Brandus & Co., Paris ; and Diabelli & Co., Vienna.
Box 41, Folder 8

Sweet spirit, hear my prayer! New York :William Hall & Son,1860

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Printer Warren Music Stereotyper, New York
William Vincent Wallace's grand romantic opera, 'Lurline'
Box 41, Folder 8

ÔTis the last rose of summer, with variations for the piano forte New York :William Hall & Son,1848

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Box 41, Folder 8

La pluie d'or : valse gracieuse pour le piano New York :William Hall & Son,1848.London :Cramer, Beale & Co. ,1848

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Lithographer : Pearson

Note

Also published by A. Buttner, St. Petersburg ; Brandus & Co., Paris ; and Diabelli & Co., Vienna.
Box 41, Folder 8

Impromptu de concert sur la melodie 'Robin Adair' New York :William Hall & Son,1858.Philadelphia :Lee & Walker ,1858

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Lithographer : Wakelam & Bro.

Note

Also published by P. P. Werlein & Co., New Orleans and H. McCaffrey, Baltimore.
Box 42, Folder 1

The celebrated witches' dance New York :William Hall & Son,1852

Additional Note

Composed by Paganini
Transcribed by William Vincent Wallace
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 42, Folder 1

Sweet spirit, hear my prayer! San Francisco :Sherman & Hyde,1868

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Printer Warren Music Stereotyper, New York
The grand romantic opera, 'Lurline'
Box 42, Folder 1

The hundredth psalm (Old hundred) New York :William Hall & Son,1854.London :R. Cocks & Co. ,1854

Additional Note

Transcribed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Box 42, Folder 1

La rapidite New York :William Hall & Son,1854.London :Cramer, Beale & Co. ,1854

Additional Note

Music by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Trois Etudes de salon

Note

Also published by A. Buttner, St. Petersburg ; Brandus & Co., Paris ; and Diabelli & Co., Vienna.
Box 42, Folder 1

Souvenir de Bellini : fantasie de salon sur l'opera 'Norma' New York :William Hall & Son,1853 -1854

Additional Note

Music by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
Souvenir de l'opera
Box 42, Folder 2

La Mexicana valse New York :William Hall & Son,[1848 -1858]

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 42, Folder 2

Le réve : romance New York :William Hall & Son,1843

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Lithographer : Pearson
Box 42, Folder 2

Tremolo schottisch New York :William Hall & Son,1855.London :R. Cocks & Co. ,1855

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Lithographer : Pearson & Melville, New York
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 42, Folder 2

Sleeping I dreamed of love New York :William Hall & Son,1855

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by Mrs. Mary E. Hewitt
La Réve

Note

Symphonies and accompaniments by John H. Hewitt
Box 42, Folder 2

Grand polka de concert New York :William Hall & Son,1850.London :Cramer, Beale & Co. ,1850

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Lithographer : F. D'Avignon, New York

Note

Also published by A. Buttner, St. Petersburg ; Brandus & Co., Paris ; and Diabelli & Co., Vienna.
Box 42, Folder 3

Village maiden's song : romance for the piano forte New York :William Hall & Son,1851.London :Cramer, Beale & Co. ,1851

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by
Lithographer : Sarony & Major, New York
From :Woodland sketches composed for the piano forte and dedicated to Madame la Princesse Marcelline-Czartorska, née Radziwill

Note

Also published by A. Buttner, St. Petersburg ; Brandus & Co., Paris ; and Diabelli & Co., Vienna.
Box 42, Folder 3

I mourn thee but I love no more, companion to Why do I weep for thee : ballad New York :William Hall & Son,1851.London :Cramer, Beale & Co. ,1851

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by Desmond Ryan

Note

Also published by A. Buttner, St. Petersburg ; Brandus & Co., Paris ; and Diabelli & Co., Vienna.
Box 42, Folder 3

Sleeping I dreamed of love New York :William Hall & Son,1844

Additional Note

Composed by William Vincent Wallace
Words by Mrs. Mary E. Hewitt
La Réve

Note

Symphonies and accompaniments by John H. Hewitt
 

Series 36. Women

Box 42, Folder 4

The old maid's prayer : a parody for the piano New York :William A. Pond & Co.,1868

Additional Note

Music by Akswezradab
Words by
Box 42, Folder 4

I'll be no submissive wife : a ballad New York :William Hall & Son,1838

Additional Note

Composed by Alex Lee
Words by
Lithographer : S. W. Chandler & Bro., Lith., Boston
Box 42, Folder 4

Mamma, mamma, or, Why don't the men propose : a ballad Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by J. Blewitt
Poetry by T. Haynes Bayly, Esq.
Box 42, Folder 4

Silver lake quickstep Boston :Henry Tolman,1850

Additional Note

Composed by Miss Frances C. Thomas
Words by
Lithographer : Annie R. Smith, del. ; Tappan & Bradford's Lith.
Instrument : Piano Forte
 

Series 37. Pre-1840 Imprints

Box 42, Folder 5

T'were vain to tell thee all I feel : A Swiss air New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1832]

Additional Note

Arranged by C. Thibault
Performed by Miss Hughes
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 42, Folder 5

The soldier's grave : monody on the death of Sir John Moore Boston :C. Bradlee,[1827 -1834]

Additional Note

Composed by Thomas Williams
Written by Rev. Charles Wolfe
Box 42, Folder 5

The celebrated Swiss Guard's march New York :E. Riley,[1820]

Additional Note

Composed by
Box 42, Folder 5

Hither love, hither : a favorite song Baltimore :J. Cole & Son,[1834 -1836]

Additional Note

Arranged by Sola
Instrument : Guitar
Box 42, Folder 5

I'd be a butterfly : a ballad New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

Additional Note

Composed by T. H. Bayley
Performed by Mrs. Sharpe
Box 42, Folder 6

The circassian rondo Boston :C. Bradlee,[1837?]

Additional Note

Composed by M. Holst
Box 42, Folder 6

Araby's daughter Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

Additional Note

Composed by G. Kiallmark
Poetry by Thomas Moore, Esq.
Performed by Mr. Williamson
Box 42, Folder 6

Let us haste to kelvin grove : a Scotch air New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

Additional Note

Arranged by J. C. Nightingale
Performed by Mr. Braham
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 42, Folder 6

O jours herueux : an aria Philadelphia :Kretschmar & Nunns,[1834 -1836]

Additional Note

Arranged by
From :La Fiancee
Instrument :Spanish Guitar
Box 42, Folder 6

La complainte Philadelphia :Kretschmar & Nunns,[1834 -1836]

Additional Note

Arranged by C. F. Hausman
Instrument : Spanish Guitar
Box 42, Folder 7

Hinda's appeal to her lover Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

Additional Note

Composed by G. Kiallmark
Poetry by Thomas Moore, Esq.
Performed by Mr. Williamson
Box 42, Folder 7

Moravian waltz Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

Additional Note

Composed by I. L. Dussek
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 42, Folder 7

I see them on their winding way New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1825 -1829]

Additional Note

Composed by B. Hime
Words by Bishop Heber
Box 42, Folder 7

Absence, the words, adapted to the favorite air of Rousseau's dream Boston :J. L. Hewitt & Co.,n.d.

Box 42, Folder 7

The drover boy of Appenzell Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1819 -1853]

Additional Note

Arranged by J. L'Huilier
Performed by Miss Watson
Instrument : Guitar
Box 42, Folder 8

Hours there were New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

Additional Note

Arranged by Joseph Wade
Words by Joseph Wade
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 42, Folder 8

When first we met Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1827 -1829]

Additional Note

Composed by Arthur F. Keene
Written by R. Sweeny, Esq.
Box 42, Folder 8

The bridal ring ballad New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1836 -1839]

Additional Note

Composed by G. H. Rodwell
Performed by F. W. Brandau
From :The Lord of the Isles
Instrument :Guitar
Box 42, Folder 8

March and rondo New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

Additional Note

Arranged by M. Holst
From :Der Freyschutz
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 42, Folder 8

Hey the bonnie breast knots : a favorite Scotch song Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

Additional Note

Composed by John Sinclair
Performed by Miss George
Box 42, Folder 9

The Maltese boatman's song Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

Additional Note

Arranged by L. Devereaux
Performed by The Apollo Society
Box 42, Folder 9

The young cavalier New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1832 -1843]

Additional Note

Arranged by Otto Torp
Performed by Miss Hughes
Instrument : Spanish Guitar
Box 42, Folder 9

Poor Mary! : a ballad Piot. Meignen & Co.,[1835]

Additional Note

Arranged by Leopold Meignen
Instrument : Guitar
Box 42, Folder 9

St. Patrick's day New York :E. Riley,[1819 -1831]

Box 42, Folder 9

Oh leave me to my sorrow Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,[1819 -1842]

Additional Note

Composed and Arranged by Thomas Moore
Written by Thomas Moore
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 42, Folder 10

Dry up your tears. Je pars demain! Il faut quitter Marie Philadelphia :Fiot, Meighen & Co.,[1837 -1839]

Additional Note

Arranged by A. Schmitz
Instrument : Guitar
Box 42, Folder 10

Evening song to the virgin at sea : a duet Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1825 -1829]

Additional Note

Composed by Mrs. Hemans' Sister
Words by Mrs. Hemans
Box 42, Folder 10

A favorite waltz for the piano forte New York :N. Thurston,[1822]

Additional Note

Composed by Mozart
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 42, Folder 10

March of the tarters, at a distance, in timour the tartar Boston :G. Graupner,[1811]

Additional Note

Composed by M. P. King
Box 42, Folder 10

Kintock of Kintock : A favorite Scotch air New York :Dubois & Stodart,1825

Additional Note

Arranged by
Instrument : Piano Forte or Harp
Box 43, Folder 1

Hours there were Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1825]

Box 43, Folder 1

I have lov'd thee, dearly lov'd thee Boston :G. Graupner,[1812]

Additional Note

Composed by Mr. Hook
Written by Mrs. Robinson
Box 43, Folder 1

Ah can I e'er forget thee love New York :W. Dubois ,[1818]

Additional Note

Composed by Henry R. Bishop
Performed by Mr. Nichols
From :Lord of the Manor
Box 43, Folder 1

La' Clemintina : a favourite waltz Boston :G. Graupner,[1820 -1825]

Additional Note

Instrument : Piano Forte and Flute
Box 43, Folder 1

The cottage rondo Boston :G. Graupner,[1817]

Box 43, Folder 2

Isabel : a celebrated Spanish serenade Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1824 -1827]

Additional Note

Composed by Henry R. Bishop
Poetry by Thomas Bayly, Esq.
Performed by Miss Stephens
Box 43, Folder 2

The downfall of Paris Boston :G. Graupner,[1812]

Box 43, Folder 2

Oh ne'er can I the joys forget : a ballad Boston :L. Ostinelli for Jas. Hewitt ,[1825]

Additional Note

Composed by J. Smith
Performed by Miss Stephens
Box 43, Folder 2

O cold was the climate Philadelphia :,[1823 -1824]

Box 43, Folder 2

The bird waltz New York :E. Riley,[1823]

Additional Note

Composed by Francis Panormo
Instrument : Harp or Piano Forte
Box 43, Folder 3

The Queen of Prussia's favourite waltz ; Adieu : a favourite canzonet [verso] [1814]

Additional Note

Composed by Himmel ; Mozart [verso]
Box 43, Folder 3

A selection of favorite waltzes Philadelphia :George Bacon,[1823 -1824]

Additional Note

Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 43, Folder 3

Flow on thou shining river : a Portuguese air Baltimore :John Cole,[1825]

Additional Note

Arranged by Sir John Stevenson
Moore's National Melodies
Box 43, Folder 3

The morning star : a dance New York :E. Riley,[1818 -1820]

Box 43, Folder 3

Captn. Mulligan : a favorite Irish dance New York :E. Riley,[1823]

Box 43, Folder 4

Duncan Gray : a Scotch air New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

Additional Note

Arranged by T. Valentine
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 43, Folder 4

Soft as yon silver ray that sleeps : a song Boston :G. Graupner,[1820 -1825]

Additional Note

Composed by J. Bray
Written by Mrs. Rowson
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 43, Folder 4

Blink over the burn my sweet laddie : a new Scotch ballad Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

Additional Note

Composed by John Smith
Performed by Mrs. Knight
Box 43, Folder 4

Cease sweet girl : a canzonet Boston :G. Graupner,[1813]

Additional Note

Composed by D. D. Roche
Box 43, Folder 4

Marian's my lily, and Flora's my rose : a favorite ballad Boston :G. Graupner,[1816]

Additional Note

Performed by Mr. J. Jones
Box 43, Folder 5

An Egyptian air, arranged as a rondo Philadelphia :John G. Klemm,[1823 -1831]

Additional Note

Arranged by T. H. Butler
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 43, Folder 5

Alice Gray : an admired ballad New York :E. Riley,[1819 -1831]

Additional Note

Composed by Mrs. P. Millard
Box 43, Folder 5

Mariquita! while those glances. (Mariquita! De tus ojos) : a favorite Spanish song Philadelphia :Fiot, Meighen & Co.,[1837 -1839]

Additional Note

Composed by Madme. de Laborde Bussoni
Box 43, Folder 5

False one I love thee still (Ah perche non posse ordiarte) Baltimore :John Cole & Son,[1834 -1836]

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Composed by V. Bellini
Performed by Mr. Wood
La Sonnambula
Box 43, Folder 5

Still so gently o'er me stealing Philadelphia :Osbourn's Music Saloon,[1835 -1842]

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Arranged by P. F. Fallon
Performed by Mr. Wood
Instrument : Spanish Guitar
Box 43, Folder 6

A soldier's gratitude : a favorite song Boston :G. Graupner & Co.,[1817]

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Composed by Henry R. Bishop
Performed by Mr. Keene
Box 43, Folder 6

Mélange harmonieux fantaisie New York :Firth & Hall,[1823-1831]

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Composed by W[illia]m Richmond
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 43, Folder 6

Pas re double Boston :G. Graupner,[1824 -1833]

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Performed by Boston Brigade Band
Box 43, Folder 6

The new Presidents march ; Washington's march New York :J. Paff's,[1812]

Box 43, Folder 6

Cadets march New York :W. Dubois ,[1817 -1818]

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Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 43, Folder 7

Duke of York's march Philadelphia :John J. Klemm,[1823 -1831]

Box 43, Folder 7

Duke of York's march Boston :G. Graupner,[1817 -1820]

Box 43, Folder 7

The celebrated Swiss Guards march Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

Box 43, Folder 7

The Knight of the golden crest : a song New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

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Composed by John Barnet
Written by Harry Stoe Van Dyk
Performed by Mr. Pearman
Box 43, Folder 7

The nightingale : arranged as a rondino New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

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Arranged by G. E. Fiorini
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 43, Folder 8

Am I not fondly thine own : a favorite German air Philadelphia :John F. Nunns,[1836 -1839]

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Arranged by John Tanner
Instrument : Spanish Guitar
Box 43, Folder 8

The vesper bell : a ballad New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

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Composed by J. A. Wade
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 43, Folder 8

The light guitar : a celebrated serenade Boston :C. Bradlee,[1829 -1834]

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Composed by John Barnett
Box 43, Folder 8

Henry's cottage maid : a favorite song [Boston] :,[1802 -1803]

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Composed by Pleyel
Box 43, Folder 8

The waterman : a dance New York :E. Riley,[1818 -1820]

Box 43, Folder 9

The Spanish dance or Gen. Riego's march Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1824]

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Arranged by
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 43, Folder 9

Oh! say not woman's heart is bought Boston :S. Wood,[1822]

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Composed by John Whitaker
Performed by Mrs. French
Box 43, Folder 9

Now at moonlight's fairy hour : a favorite duett New York :J. A. & W. Geib,[1818 -1821]

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Composed by Thomas Thompson
Box 43, Folder 9

In happier hours : a German air Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

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Composed by W[illia]m Staunton, Jr.
Poetry by Thomas H. Bayly, Esq.
Performed by Miss Mallet
Box 43, Folder 9

ÔTis love in the heart : the admired rondo Boston :G. Graupner,[1820 -1825]

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Composed by Cha[rle]s E. Horn
Poetry by S. J. Arnold, Esq.
Performed by Mr. Williamson
Bride of Abydos
Box 43, Folder 10

Fare thee well! Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1817 -1818]

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Composed by Mozart
Poetry by Lord Byron
Ah Perdona
Box 43, Folder 10

Farewell to my harp : a ballad Boston :John Ashton,[1824 -1833]

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Composed by Charles E. Horn
Performed by Miss George
Box 43, Folder 10

The Albion waltz New York :Atwill's Music Saloon,1835

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Composed by Rich[ar]d B. Taylor
Box 43, Folder 10

Thou'rt false to me : a ballad Boston :John Ashton,[1824 -1833]

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Composed by Geo[rge] E. Farmer
Box 43, Folder 10

Love good night : a ballad Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

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Arranged by Will[ia]m Hawes
Performed by Mr. Braham
Der Freischutz
Box 44, Folder 1

Evening song of the Tyrolese peasants Philadelphia :Geo[rge] Willig,[1828]

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Composed and Arranged by I. T. Norton
Written by Mrs. Hemans
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 1

She sung but afraid of her own sweet voice New York :E. Riley,[1819 -1831]

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Composed by F. W. Crouch
Poetry by D. Weir, Esq.
Performed by Miss George
Box 44, Folder 1

Country dances New York :E. Riley,[1823]

Box 44, Folder 1

The bath waltz : a popular air arranged as a rondo Boston :G. Graupner,[1820]

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Arranged by Thomas Tomlins
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 1

The cottage rondo Boston :G. Graupner,[1817]

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Composed by M. Holst
Box 44, Folder 2

Oh! yes we often mention her, in answer to the celebrated ballad 'Oh! no, We never mention her' New York :E. S. Messier,[1827 -1833]

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Composed by Charles E. Horn
Box 44, Folder 2

The chieftain : A favorite ballad Philadelphia :G. E. Blake,[1823 -1824]

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Written by T. Campbell
Instrument : Harp or Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 2

Sing not my song yet : a ballad New York :E. S. Mesier,[1828 -1834]

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Composed by J. A. Wade, Esq.
Poetry by J. A. Wade, Esq.
Performed by Mr. Wood
Box 44, Folder 2

A celebrated polacca, arranged as a rondino New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

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Arranged by G. E. Fiorini
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 2

The Caledonian hunt, with variations New York :J. A. & W. Geib,[1818 -1823]

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Composed by T. Latour
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 3

Le portrait : romance New York :Jos[ia]h Willson, Jr.,[1720?]

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Instrument : Piano or Harp
Box 44, Folder 3

Flow on thou shining river : a Portuguese air New York :,[1818]

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Composed by Sir John Stevenson
Box 44, Folder 3

Oh! yes we often mention her : a ballad In answer to 'Oh! no, we never mention her' New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1828 -1834]

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Composed by J. Barnett
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 3

My [...] lute New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1823 -1826]

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Composed by Thomas Moore, Esq
Box 44, Folder 3

Marche favorite du regiment austrichien Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1819 -1853]

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Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 4

Robin Adair : the much admired ballad Philadelphia :G. Willig's Musical Magazine,[1818]

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Arranged by W. Reeve
Performed by Mr. Philipps
Instrument : Piano Forte or Harp
Box 44, Folder 4

When shall we three meet again : a ballad Boston :G. Graupner,n.d.

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Composed by W[illia]m Horsley
Instrument : Piano Forte or Harp
Box 44, Folder 4

Erin is my home Boston :Oliver Ditson,[1844 -1857]

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Arranged by Moschelles
Performed by Mr. Dempster
Box 44, Folder 4

Wake from your slumbers New York :Firth & Hall,1831

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Composed by Wilhelm Jucho
Poetry by Th[omas] E. Blanche, Esq.
Performed by Mr. E. Fehrman
Box 44, Folder 4

La Parisienne : a translation of the celebrated ode New York :E. S. Meiser,[1816 -1832]

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Composed by Casimir Delavigne
Performed by Mrs. Austin and the Chorus of the Park Theatre
Box 44, Folder 5

Oh! give me the hills, the woods, and the mountains New York :Firth & HAll,1836

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Composed by John C. Andrews
Poetry by W. C. Bacon, Esq.
Performed by Mr. W. R. Dempster
Box 44, Folder 5

Grand march of Cinderella New York :Bourne Depository of Arts,1831

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Composed by Signor G. Pons
Box 44, Folder 5

The favorite Vienna waltz New York :W. Dubois ,[1818]

Box 44, Folder 5

The hunting chorus New York :E. Riley,1828

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Arranged by A. Professor
From :Der Freyschutz
Instrument :Flute and Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 5

Sounds so joyful Philadelphia :Fiot, Meighen & Co.,[1837 -1839]

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Arranged by L[eopold] Meignen
Bellini's 'La Sonnambula' Guitar
Box 44, Folder 6

Ah! don't mingle one human feeling (Ah! non giunge uman pensiero) Philadelphia :Fiot, Meighen & Co.,[1837 -1839]

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Arranged by L[eopold] Meignen
Bellini's 'La Sonnambula'
Box 44, Folder 6

The Switzer's song of home : a ballad with English and German words Baltimore :Geo. Willig, Jr.,n.d.

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Arranged by J. Moscheles
Box 44, Folder 6

Lord Moira's welcome New York :E. Riley,[1819 -1831]

Box 44, Folder 6

Come away to the glen Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

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Composed by Henry R. Bishop
Performed by Mr. Braham
Englishmen in India
Box 44, Folder 6

Love has been there Baltimore :John Cole,[1824 -1834]

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Composed by Sir John Stevenson
Poetry by Thomas Bayly, Esq.
Performed by Mr. Pearman
Box 44, Folder 7

Von Weber's last waltz Philadelphia :G. Willig,1832

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Arranged by L[eopold] Meignen
Instrument : Spanish Guitar
Box 44, Folder 7

On the death of Miss Caroline Gourlay. Weep! weep! for the maid of the song is dead Philadelphia :G. Willig,1835

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Composed and Arranged by J. L'Huiler
Instrument : Guitar
Box 44, Folder 7

Ah! don't mingle Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,[1819 -1853]

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Arranged by P. M. Wolfsiefer
Bellini's 'La Sonnambula' Guitar
Box 44, Folder 7

My ain kind dearie New York :Dubois & Stodart,1927

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Arranged by G. E. Fiorini
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 7

Bonaparte's grand coronation march Baltimore :John Cole,[1814 -834]

Box 44, Folder 7

Gertrude's dream waltz

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Composed by Ludwig von Beethoven

Note

Handwritten manuscript, bound with 'Ah! Don't Mingle, finale to Bellini's celebrated opera of La Sonnambula, arranged for the guitar, arranged by P. M. Wolfsiefer, Philadelphia: Geo. Willig, [1819 -1853].' Box 44, Folder 7.
Box 44, Folder 7

Benedetta

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Composed by

Note

Handwritten manuscript, bound with 'Ah! Don't Mingle, finale to Bellini's celebrated opera of La Sonnambula, arranged for the guitar, arranged by P. M. Wolfsiefer, Philadelphia: Geo. Willig, [1819 -1853].' Box 44, Folder 7.
Box 44, Folder 7

Le baiser d'amour

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Composed by

Note

Handwritten manuscript, bound with 'Ah! Don't Mingle, finale to Bellini's celebrated opera of La Sonnambula, arranged for the guitar, arranged by P. M. Wolfsiefer, Philadelphia: Geo. Willig, [1819 -1853].' Box 44, Folder 7.
Box 44, Folder 8

Little Sue : a favorite ballad sung at the Vauxhall Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1816 -1817]

Box 44, Folder 8

My heart with love is beating : a favorite song Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,1828

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Arranged by T. E. Cubert
Instrument : Spanish Guitar
Box 44, Folder 8

As I view these scenes so charming (Di ravviso o luoghi amenir) : an air Philadelphia :Fiot, Meighen & Co.,[1837 -1839]

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Composed by Bellini
La Sonnambula
Box 44, Folder 8

Lovely Rose : a song adapted to the popular Venetian air Philadelphia :G. E. Blake ,[1820].New York :R. Meetz ,[1820]

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From :Opescator dell'onda
Instrument :Piano Forte or Harp
Box 44, Folder 8

Benedetta sia la madre : canzoncina New York :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1830 -1832]

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Arranged by C. M. Sola
Performed by Mrs. Solomon
Instrument : Piano Forte or Harp
Box 44, Folder 9

Whilst I listen to thy voice : a favorite ballad New York :W. Dubois ,[1821]

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Composed by Sir J[ohn] A. Stevenson
Performed by Mr. Julius Metz
Box 44, Folder 9

Waltz from the opera of La Somnambula Boston :Charles H. Keith,1836

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Arranged by S. Knaebel
From :La Somnambula
Instrument :Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 9

But who shall see! New York :W. Dubois,[1820]

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Composed by Sir John Stevenson
Performed by Mr. Brennan
T. Moore's Sacred Melodies
Box 44, Folder 9

My ain fire side : a celebrated song Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1819 -1850]

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Arranged by John Parry
Performed by Mr. Sinclair
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 9

Lassie wi'the lint white lock : a favorite Scotch ballad Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,[1823]

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Composed and Arranged by T. W. H. B. B.
Poetry by Robert Burns
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 44, Folder 10

The Lass O'Gowrie : a favorite Scotch melody New York :Firth & Hall,[1832]

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Performed by Mr. W. G. Plumer
Box 44, Folder 10

Home! Sweet home! Baltimore :John Cole,[1824 -1826]

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Composed by Henry R. Bishop
Performed by Miss M. Tree
From :Clari, or The Maid of Milan
Box 44, Folder 10

The Braes o'Balquhither Baltimore :G. Willig,[1822 -1824]

Box 44, Folder 10

Roy's wife : a favourite Scotch song Boston :G. Graupner,[1820]

Box 44, Folder 10

There's nae luck etc. Philadelphia :G. Willig's,[1815 -1818]

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Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 1

The Campbells are comin! : a favourite Scotch song Baltimore :John Cole,[1825]

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Arranged by G. F. C.
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 1

The gathering of the clans : a favorite Scotch ballad Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1823 -1824]

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Composed by A. B.
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 1

The knight errant Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1819]

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Composed by Hortencia, the Late Queen of Holland
Poetry by Hortencia, the Late Queen of Holland, translated from the French by Walter Scott
Box 45, Folder 1

O lady love awake : a romance New York :J. W. Geib,[1822 -1827]

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Composed by J. W. Perosier
Poetry by William Rufus, Esq.
Box 45, Folder 1

Yankee Doodle : a national air Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,[1818 -1819]

Box 45, Folder 2

Lord Nelson's hornpipe & Miss Johnston's reel Philadelphia :George Willig,[1819 -1853]

Box 45, Folder 2

Royal Charlie : a favorite Scotch ballad Baltimore :John Cole,n.d.

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Performed by Mr. Keene
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 2

There's a bower of roses Boston :G. Graupner,[1820]

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Composed by An Amateur
From : :Lalla Rookh
Box 45, Folder 2

Oh! thou who dryest the mourner's tear Philadelphia :J. G. Klemm,[1823 -1824]

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Composed and Arranged by T. V. Wiesenthal, Esq.
From : Moore's Sacred Melodies
Instrument : Organ or Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 2

The harper's song Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,[1823]

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Composed and Arranged by T. V. Wiesenthal
From :Rockeby
Instrument :Harp or Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 3

Cherry-cheek'd latty New York :E. Riley,1822

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Arranged by E. C. Riley
Performed by Mr. Still
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 3

Dashing white sergeant New York :T. Birch,[1825]

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Composed by Henry R. Bishop
Performed by Mrs. L. Knight
Box 45, Folder 3

The Russian march Boston :J. L. Hewitt & Co.,[1825]

Box 45, Folder 3

O my love's like the red rose Boston :G. Graupner,[1820 -1825]

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Arranged by John Davy
Performed by Mr. Williamson
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 3

The beautiful maid : a favourit ballad [New York] :[J. & M. Poff?],[1802]

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Composed by J. Braham
Written by T. Dibdin
Performed by Mr. Braham
Box 45, Folder 4

Believe me if all those endearing young charms Philadelphia :G. E. Blake,1826

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Arranged by B. F. Peale
Instrument : Spanish Guitar
Box 45, Folder 4

Julio told me when we parted : a ballad Philadelphia :G. Willig,[after 1825]

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Composed by Henry R. Bishop
Performed by Miss Paton
From : :Native Land
Instrument Harp
Box 45, Folder 4

My native land good night! New York :W. Dubois ,[1821]

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Arranged by Miss Fowler
Poetry by Lord Byron
Performed by Mrs. French
Box 45, Folder 4

O! no, we never mention her Boston :C. Bradlee,[1829 -1834]

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Composed by Henry R. Bishop
Poetry by T. H. Bayly, Esq.
Box 45, Folder 4

Hurrah! for the bonnets of blue : a ballad New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

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Composed by Alex[ande]r Lee
Performed by Mrs. Sharpe
Box 45, Folder 5

The carnival of Venice : a popular air Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

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Arranged by
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 5

White & red roses : a ballad Boston :James L. Hewitt & Co.,[1826 -1829]

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Composed by John Barnett
Performed by Madame Barnett
Box 45, Folder 5

The Campbell's are comin' : a popular Scotch air Boston :C. Bradlee,[1827 -1834]

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Performed by Miss Stephens
Box 45, Folder 5

Follow follow thro' the seal : the celebrated mermaid song Philadelphia :John G. Klemm,[1823 -1831]

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Arranged by Henry R. Bishop
Performed by Miss Kelly
Box 45, Folder 5

Away with melancholy Philadelphia :John G. Klemm,[1823 -1831]

Box 45, Folder 6

Le tete à tete : a selection of national airs arranged for two performers New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1827]

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Arranged by J. Monro
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 6

Oh! come to me when daylight sets New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1824]

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Arranged by Sir J[ohn] Stevenson
Poetry by Thomas Moore, Esq.
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 6

How oft when watching stars : a savoyard air New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1824]

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Arranged by Henry R. Bishop
Poetry by Thomas Moore
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 6

All that's bright must fade : Indian air Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1823]

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Arranged by Sir John Stevenson
From : :Moore's National Melodies
Box 45, Folder 6

Let us haste to Kelvin grove Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1824 -1825]

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Arranged by R. A. Smith
Written by John Sim
Performed by Mr. Braham
Guy Mannering
Box 45, Folder 7

Mark me Alfred : a favorite French air with variations Albany :J. C. Goldberg,[1813 -1816].New York :E. Riley ,

Box 45, Folder 7

Favorite Swiss waltz with variations New York :Wm. Dubois,[1817 -1818]

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Composed by P. K. Moran
Instrument : Piano Forte or Harp
Box 45, Folder 7

Araby's daughter Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1824 -1827]

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Composed by G. Kiallmark
Poetry by Thomas Moore, Esq.
Lalla Rookh
Box 45, Folder 7

Life let us cherish, with variations New York :W. Dubois,[1818 -1827]

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Composed by Mozart
Box 45, Folder 7

The soldier's joy : a dance New York :E. Riley,[1823]

Box 45, Folder 8

March in blue beard Boston :G. Graupner,[1820 -1822]

Box 45, Folder 8

The favorite Swiss waltz New York :W. Dubois,[1818]

Box 45, Folder 8

The favorite Vienna waltz New York :W. Dubois,[1818]

Box 45, Folder 8

The boys of Switzerland : a ballad in the dramatic romance of the wandering boys New York :J. A. & W. Geib,[1818 -1821]

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Composed by Henry R. Bishop
The Wandering Boys
Box 45, Folder 8

The Queen of Prussia's favorite waltz New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1821 -1823]

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Composed by Hummel
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 9

Duncan Gray : air [1820]

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Blake's Edition of Select Scottish Airs
Box 45, Folder 9

The Hindo girl : favourite air Boston :G. Graupner,[1810]

Box 45, Folder 9

The favorite Swiss waltz New York :W. Dubois,[1818]

Box 45, Folder 9

My heart and lute Philadelphia :John G. Klemm,[1824]

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Arranged by
Instrument : Spanish Guitar
Box 45, Folder 9

Love [thee] dearest Baltimore :John Cole,[1824]

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Arranged by C. Meineke
Written by Moore [?]
Box 45, Folder 10

Oft in the stilly night : Scotch air Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,1828

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Arranged by T. E. Gubert
Instrument : Spanish Guitar
Box 45, Folder 10

Clementi's grand waltz Boston :G. Graupner,[1828 ?]

Box 45, Folder 10

The last word Philadelphia :G. Willig,[1819]

Additional Note

Composed by John Parry
Written by John Parry

Note

Manuscript edition tipped in
Box 45, Folder 10

Hymn to the evening star Boston :G. Graupner,[1821]

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Composed and Arranged by J. V. Wiesenthal
Poetry by Lord Byron
Instrument : Organ or Piano Forte
Box 45, Folder 10

When e'er I see those smiling eyes New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1823]

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Composed by Charles Gilfert
Poetry by Tho[ma]s Moore, Esq.
Box 46, Folder 1

Wilt thou say farewell love New York :Wm. Dubois,[1817 -1818]

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Composed by Thomas Moore, Esq.
Poetry by Thomas Moore, Esq.
Box 46, Folder 1

A much admired waltz New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1821 -1823]

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Composed by Mozart
Instrument : Piano Forte
Box 46, Folder 1

Here we meet too soon to part : air 'Di tanti palpili' New York :Dubois & Stodart,[1823 -1826]

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Arranged by T. B. Phipps
Performed by Mr. A. Taylor
Box 46, Folder 1

Farewell to my harp : a ballad [New] York :E. S. Mesier,[1816 -1834]

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Composed by Charles E. Horn
Performed by Miss George
From :Opera of John of Paris
Box 46, Folder 1

Araby's daughter New York :E. S. Mesier,[1827 -1832]

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Composed by G. Kiallmark
Lalla Rookh
Box 46, Folder 2

Craw, craw, craw : song or glee New York :Bourne,[1827 -1832]

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Composed by J. Green
Written by J. Green
Box 46, Folder 2

The maid of Llangollen : a ballad Philadelphia :G. E. Blake,[1815 -1841]

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Composed by Ja[me]s Clarke
Performed by Mr. Pearman
Box 46, Folder 2

The Bristol march Baltimore :John Cole & Son,n.d.

Box 46, Folder 2

He passed as if he knew me not! New York :Bourne,[1827 -1832]

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Words by Tho[ma]s Haynes Bayly, Esq.
Box 46, Folder 2

The old kirk yard : favorite ballad New York :Firth & Hall,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Thomas Haynes Bayly, Esq.
Words by Thomas Haynes Bayly, Esq.
Performed by Mr. Parry, Jr.

Note

Lith. of Endicott
Box 46, Folder 3

The Irish washwoman ; Lord Moira's welcome Baltimore :John Cole,

Box 46, Folder 3

On wi the tartan : a Scottish song Philadelphia :Geo. Willig,n.d.

Additional Note

Composed by Charles H. Purday
Performed by Mr. Williamson
Box 46, Folder 3

O Willie brew'd a peck o'maut

Additional Note

Arranged by Mr. Clifton
Poetry by Burns