The Telegraph Song!
New York, August, 1858. To be had at the author's house, 318 Mott Street, cor. Bleecker.
A Song, made by a Dutch Lady at the Hague, for the Sailors of the American Vessels at Amsterdam. June 1779. Another, made by a Dutch Gentleman, at Amsterdam, to be sung by the same, on the 4 of July.
2 p. Mailed with letter from John Quincy Adams to Peter Jay Munro, January 27, 1784.
Finale, Act I ["The Yankee Prince".]
Annotated, 1 p.
Opening Number ["The Yankee Prince".]
Copies of All the Songs in Geo. M. Cohan's Musical Revue "Hello, Broadway!"
Annotated, 22 p.
Songs From "Hello, Broadway!"
Anthem To be Sung at Trinity Church
October 7, 1830
Complimentary to American Hose Co. 19 of New York from Taylor Hose Co. 1 of Buffalo
At the American Hotel, June 15, 1857.
Yankee Doodle: As Sung by the Sons of the Revolution
On the 157th anniversary of Washington's birthday, February 22, 1889
Song written by Henry H. Engel and Abe April in honor of Our Mayor
Testimonial homecoming banquet to the Honorable James J. Walker. October 17, 1927 | Printed by the April...
[Delmonico's menu for infantry regiment dinner.]
April 19, 1898
Sons of the Revolution
November 25, 1898
"The Ziegfeld" Song
Lyrics to "Little Nellie Kelly"
Words of the songs and choruses of "Little Nellie Kelly"
A Dinner to Henry Woodruff Polhemus given by the Trustees of the Evening Post in Honor of his Fifty Years of Faithful Service 1862-1912
April 17, 1912.
A new song called the air balloon by John Quincy Adams, December, 1783
Song in John O'Keeffe's opera, "The Poor Soldier", inscribed by John Quincy Adams, November 28, 1783
Songs in "The Cohan Revue of 1918"
Annotated, 72 p.
Songs. Twenty-third Annual Dinner of the New York Association of the Alumni of the Phillips Exeter Academy
April 11, 1905
Dinner in honour of Mr. Samuel W. Fairchild President of the Union League Club 1911-1914
January 20th, 1915
Dinner to Theodore Roosevelt
September 16, 1910.
Tenth Anniversary Birthday Dinner to Hon. Chauncey M. Depew by the Montauk Club, Brooklyn
April 20, 1901.
10th Anniversary Birthday Dinner. Montauk Greeting to the Hon. Chauncey M. Depew
Thirteenth Annual Birthday Dinner to Hon. Chauncey M. Depew by the Montauk Club, Brooklyn
April 23, 1904.
Song by Charles Dibdin, inscribed by John Quincy Adams, and original poem by John Quincy Adams, December 9, 1783
Old Public School No. 40 Second Annual Re-union Dinner of the Alumni Association
February 1, 1912
Psalter of the Brethren of the Amen Corner Fourteenth Annual Dinner
February 28, 1914
Psalter for the Twenty-first Annual Dinner of the Amen Corner
Janaury 7, 1922
A Banquet in Honor of William Howard Taft President of the United States
Tendered by Yale graduates. March 19, 1909
Psalter of the Brethren of the Amen Corner Twelfth Annual Dinner
February 24, 1912
The Anvil Chorus Third Annual Dinner
January 26, 1911
Annual Dinner Dyker Meadow Golf Club
January 16, 1904.
The Anvil Chorus Second Annual Dinner
January 27, 1910
[Welcome of the Atlantic Fleet by the City of New York Smoker.]
Saturday, October 12, 1912.
Welcome of the Atlantic Fleet by the City of New York Smoker
Saturday, October 12, 1912. | Printed by the Rob't. H. Bartsch Press, 87 Frankfort St., New York.
The R.B.A. Songster
Our latest successes and the old favorites. Singing under the direction of Mr. T. Arthur Baker. November...
Everybody's doing it. December 19, 1912.
The R. B. A. Songster
New words to old tunes especially written for this occasion by Mr. Paul West. Singing under the direction...
New Songs of The Glee Club of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick
March 17, 1914
[Testimonial dinner to Dr. Ernest R. Birkins.]
January 20, 1923
Program of Music
Dinner tendered by His Honor the Mayor of the City of New York to the President of the United States,...
Orchestrations for "Tailor Made Man", "Irish Dance" and "Potash and Perlmutter"
Original annotated score for "The Cohan Revue of 1918" and typed and handwritten lyrics for "Their Hearts...