Privately bound compilation of Early 19th century American sheet Music.


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Unknown: E. F. Hogan, 1835. 4to. Unpaginated. N.d., ca. 1935. Half leather over cloth boards. Two volumes. 56 songs to volume 1, 46 songs to volume 2. Boards are detached on both books. Very worn, chips to board covers, soiling and foxing to pages, offsetting, some pages wrinkled and chipped. Spine leather of one volume complete missing, less than half of leather remains on other vol. Ffep and first page detached but present in both vol's. Pp. hand-numbered, index hand-written. Titles of sheet music in Spensarian script. Privately bound compilation of 19th century American sheet music. Includes "The Bird at Sea," by Mrs Hemans with a b/w illustration of a ship at sea, "Behold! How Brightly Breaks the Morning," by Barcarolle as sung by Mr. Braham with a b/w illustration of ship at sea with lighthouse and cliff in the background, "I've Been Roaming," by H. Cavatina sung by Mrs. Hackett, and "Buy a Broom," as sung by Miss Rock, and more. Alphabetical index to the front of both volumes. Fair Hard Cover (Item ID: 55943)

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