Can't find what you're looking for?
Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.
If you don't have an account, Register here.
Buildings, C. Schirmer (Music House) 43rd St., Fifth & Madison Aves.
Pianos & Benches.
Siegel Cooper, Sixth Ave. & 18th Street.
Pianos, Aeolian, Weber, Steck.
[Ira David Sankey (Evangelist of Moody and Sankey).]
[Institute of Musical Art.]
Street Scenes, 1902 Fifth Ave. No. from 46th St.
The Lighthouse, Emanuel Vardi, Violinist, Showing His Art to Music Lovers.
Freddie Martin, Bandleader, at Opening of East River Bandstand.
Pianos, Aeolian Weber, Steck.
Pianos, Audiographic Roll Adapter.
Carl Kent, U.S.C.G. Stanley V. Gostyla, U.S.C.G. Emil R. Strellaci, Merchand Seaman Marcus Jackson, Private First Class [...] R. Sevanton Jr. (Stage Door Canteen).
Carl Kent and Merchant Seaman Marcus Jackson (Stage Door Canteen).
Macy's Sheet Music Department
Grand complimentary testimonial to Captain James M. Turner, Saturday evening, November 1, to commence with the popular drama of “The Toodles; or, The Farmer’s Daughter”
[S.S. "President Grant".]
Bal Offert ‡ l'occasion de la remise en service du Paquebot Ile de France
First Entertainment Given Under the Auspices of the Committee on Intellectual Advancement of Abarbanel Lodge No. 92, I.O.B.B.
University Building. Grand Musical and Literary Entertainment, Tendered to Mr. F. A. E. Intropidi
Shakespeare Dramatic and Musical Club. Monthly Reception
Aeolian Hall Season of 1925-1926 ; The Biltmore Friday Morning Musicales Season 1925-1926
Delmonicos Orchestra Programme
Windsor Hotel New York