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A New humorous song, on the Cherokee chiefs Inscribed to the ladies of Great Britain : To the tune of, Caesar and Pompey were both of the horned / / by H. Howard.

The election, a medley, humbly inscribed to Squire Lilliput, professor of scurrility

The desponding hero of the Coldstream - a military madrigal

The gig / Wells del.

Utilité particuliére, du vaisseau volant Divers utilités, du vaisseau volant.

[Title page; Songs of Innocence and of Experiences; showing the two contrary states of the human soul; showing Adam & Eve]

[ Facsimile of first newspaper printing of The star spangled banner]

My country! 'Tis of thee

[ Facsimile of Keim manuscript]

The celebrated Congo minstrels' songs / Thayer & Co's lith., Boston.

Dodge's songs. Ossian E. Dodge as the mesmeric lecturer

Sweet home

Freedom's songs! For the Campaign of 1856! John C. Fremont. An Acrostic. Published by Higgins & Bradley, No. 20 Washington St., Boston

Hymns and songs for the anti-slavery celebration of the Declaration of Independence, at Framingham, July 4, 1857. Boston, Prentiss & Sawyer, printers, No. 19 Water Street.

Hymns and songs for the festival in Faneuil Hall, in commemoration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Massachusetts anti-slavery society, Friday evening, January 2, 1857. Printer & Sawyer, Printers, 19 Water Street.

Hymns and songs for the celebration of British West India emancipation, at Abington, July 31, 1858 ... Boston. Prentiss, Sawyer & company, printers, 19 Water Street.

The age of progress. H. De Marsan, Songs, Ballads, &c., 38 & 60 Chatham St., N. Y. [c. 1860]

Cooke's campaign songs, as sung by Cooke's New York Glee Club.

Patriotic songs! These songs of freedom will be sung on the Mall, July 4th, 1861, by a large choir, commencing at 6 1-2 o'clock ... [6 songs].

The Song [...]he war / Homer, del.

Strike! ye sons of liberty!

The Songs of many songs. Arranged and sung by A. Anderson. Tune.-Continental march, or captain with his whiskers

How are you green backs? Johnson, Publisher of songs, ... Phila. [c. 1863]

Songs of the War, by Private Miles O'Reilly / Lith. of Henry C. Eno, N.Y.

The true issue. The aim of slavery has ever been to obtain the balance of power, to control legislation, and to make the national government auxiliary to its purpose ... [Three songs] [n. p. 1864].

The blessed Bible

Firmament

Buckley's Songs and Dances

Ohio

Ives

Home run polka. Composed by Mrs. Bodell of Washington, and respectfully dedicated to the National Baseball Club of Washington, D.C. / / L. N. Rosenthal, lith.

Miss Adelaide Phillipps' Songs

Yale College, Commencement day, July 22, 1869. Songs for the dinner. [New Haven, 1869].

Who'll buy

Bridal day [from] New series of gems of German songs

Medley of Stewart's songs

Whisper songs for December

Whisper songs for November

Calvary songs [title page only]

Whisper songs for July

Whisper songs for September

Whisper songs for October

Whisper songs for August

Caricatures of popular songs

Gone with the roses

Robert Le Diable

Sacred songs and solos

The commercial traveler's

The commercial traveler's

Summer holidays rondo

[Leaves and moonlit beach scene around musical notation for "The Voice of the Sea"]

At the making of the hay

The old canoe

The jovial farmer boy

Where home is

Wouldn't you like to know?

' Twill all come out in the wash

The constance waltz

[Whistler ephemera, "Songs on Stone" announcement]

Jack

The songs the boys are singing in the camps to-night

Little Negro tea pickers singing pickaninny songs for President Roosevelt, Pinehurst Tea Farm, Summerville, S.C.

Little Negro tea pickers singing pickaninny songs for President Roosevelt, Pinehurst Tea Farm, Summerville, S.C.

Little Negro tea pickers singing pickaninny songs for President Roosevelt, Pinehurst Tea Farm, Summerville, S.C.

In the sweet bye and bye

My mother was a northern girl

Levee revels

Dew drops

Golden voiced Al. H. Wilson's songs in A prince of tatters

The harmony of courtship (Songs without words)

The old oaken bucket

Home, sweet home

Sidney R. Ellis presents golden voiced singer, Al. H. Wilson in his new play of picturesque Switzerland, Metz in the Alps new songs and yodels.

Sidney R. Ellis presents golden voiced singer, Al. H. Wilson in his new play of picturesque Switzerland, Metz in the Alps new songs and yodels.

Parodies on popular songs (1, 2 & 3)

Sidney R. Ellis presents golden voiced singer, Al. H. Wilson in his new play of picturesque Switzerland, Metz in the Alps new songs and yodels.

A summer night

Young Johnnie Steele has an Oldsmobile / Copyright 1907 by Tom M. Phillips.

She is the queen of his gas machine / Copyright 1907 by Tom M. Phillips.

She trieds to learn the auto / Copyright 1907 by Tom M. Phillips.

Dixie

As they go flying along / Copyright 1907 by Tom M. Phillips.

Old college songs

Old Nassau

The alphabet song of "forty-one date"

La libertad caucional del famoso diestro Rodolfo Ganoa / Posada.

Hearken ye sprightly : an old New England hymn

Benny Havens

The alphabet song of "forty-one date"

Old college songs

The day of the wedding comedy in 4 acts

Some punkins : a Thanksgiving ballad

Old folks at home

War songs

[Printed page of text: "Hymn for the Working Children" by Fanny J. Crosby.]

Battle of Manassas

"Es sprach der Herr von Hindenburg" / Zeichnung v. Walther Krötzsch.

Rebecca of Sunny- Brook farm

Songs of the past, no. 1

Harem march