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    San Antonio Rose by Bob Wills

    New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1940. Very Good +. IM-HO. "THE NEW AND ORIGINAL" Small Creases at fold.


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    Gleason's Pictorial March 19, 1853 by Maturin Ballou, editor

    Boston: Frederick Gleason, March 19, 1853. First Edition. Very Good +/No DJ. Folio = 14"+. Vol IV. No. 12-Whole No. 90. Interior four pages missing. Page 192 has a rare woodcut print of "A Characteristic Group, Representing Chang and Eng, The Siamese Twins, with their Wives and Children" with accompaning text. Front page shows a view of the Oread Institute located at Worcester, MA Page 181 has a full page Allegorical Representation of the Celebration of St. Patrick's Day Front covers have a crease, and minor foxing.


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    Gleason's Pictorial June 4, 1853 by Maturin Ballou, Ed

    Boston: Frederick Gleason, June 4, 1853. First Edition. Very Good/No DJ. Folio = 14"+. Vol. 4, No. 23- Whole Number 101. Front cover shows "Railroad Bridge Across the Susquehanna, Near Harrisburg, PA"; back cover has "Allegorical Representation of the Month of June" and Scene Representing Lobster Fishing at Folkestone, England"; also a two-page article "Artic Scene regarding the H.M. Ships Enterprise including text and engravings; 12 wood cut engraving illustrations. Some foxing and light waterstain, edges chipped, previous owners name in pencil on front cover.


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    Gleason's Pictorial May 17, 1853 by Maturin Ballou, editor

    Boston: Frederick Gleason, May 17, 1853. First Edition. Very Good +/No DJ. Folio = 14"+. Vol IV, No. 19-Whole No. 97 Original, complete first edition, illustrations of West Point, NY, Uniforms of the Cadets, Revolutionary Trophies and Relics, also May Day illustrations and many more with accompanying text.


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    Say A Pray'r For The Boys Over There by Jimmy McHugh & Herb Magidson

    New York: Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc., 1943. Near Fine. From the Universal Picture "Hers To Hold" Covers secure, front cover is photo of Deanna Durbin and Joseph Cotten in blue tones, back cover is photo of Jose Bethancourt.


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    Gleason's Pictorial September 10, 1853 by Maturin Ballou, editor

    Boston: Frederick Gleason, September 10, 1853. First Edition. Very Good +/No DJ. Folio = 14"+. Vol V. No 11-Whole No. 115.Original, complete first edition, woodcut engravings illustrations with accompanying text of "Governor Clifford and Aids a the Camp at North Abington, Mass" "Shakespear's Portrait" and many more, Some pages have creases and yellowed from age.


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    Roses and Violets by Joseph M Daly

    Boston: Daly Music Publisher, 1911. Very Good. Starmer. Covers seperated


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    Gleason's Pictorial August 27, 1853 by Maturin Ballou, editor

    Boston: Frederick Gleason, August 27, 1853. First Edition. Very Good +/No DJ. Folio = 14"+. Vol V, No. 9-Whole No. 113 Original, complete first edition illustrated with woodcut engravings, front cover has "Yale College, New Haven, Connecticut" with text, Phalon's Bower of Perfume and Indian and Snake at the Crystal Palace, New York,


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    Rain by Billy Hill and Peter De Rose

    New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, 1934. Very Good +. Barbelle. Covers attached, cover photo of Tony Sacco.


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    Baby Jim by Archer, John B

    Chicago: Forster Music, 1918. Good. Revised and Edited by J.R. Shannon. Covers are of textured paper. Includes violin and cello parts. Front cover has some light stainingsmudging and ink-stamped letters, binding is split.


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    Springfield Magazine, Volume 4, No. 6 - June, 1976

    Springfield, MA: Springfield Magazine, 1976. Very Good +/No DJ. 12mo = 7-9". Paper covers. Monthly magazine publication from Springfield, Massachusetts. This issue features some of the following articles: pg 20 - Westfield Past and Present, Pg 24 - Columbia Manufacturing Co. and bicycle history, Pg 26 - Operation Sail - Tall Ships Event in Newport, RI. Front cover previous owner has written a note in ink "Bob sent Ma 2 Wfld articles", else in VG+ condition. Scarce.


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    Waitin' for the Train to Come In. by Sunny Skylar & Martin Block

    New York: Martin Block Music, 1945. Very Good +. Introduced by Johnnie Johnston and Jo Stafford on Chesterfield's Supper Club. Photos on Cover. Previous owners initials on front wrap.


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    Gleason's Pictorial July 23, 1853 by Maturin Ballou, ed

    Boston: Frederick Gleason, July 23, 1853. First Edition. Very Good +/No DJ. Folio = 14"+. S. Wallin & W. Wade, NY. First Printing Print of a Representation of the New York Crystal Palace. Engraved by J. W. Orr, N York. Edges are chipped and curled, light water stain and overall browning.


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    Venetian Moon Song by Phil Goldbert & Frank Magini

    New York: Jerome H. Remick E Co., 1919. Very Good. F. S. Manning. Center sheet browned.


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    Two Lips Are Waiting in Tulip Time by Harold B Freeman & George L Cobb

    Providence, RI: Harold Freeman Music Co., 1920. Very Good +. Pfeiffer.


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    Underneath the Cotton Moon by Sam M Lewis & George W Meyer

    New York: Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., 1913. Very Good +. Starmer. Covers attached, clean no chips, front photo of Claude & Marion Cleveland. "Respectfully dedicated to our esteemed friend, Mr. Ben Linn"


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    Sabbath Chimes by F. Henri Klickmann

    Chicago: Ted Browne Music Co., 1913. Very Good +. Covers secure, shelf wear and faded.


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    Twilight Time by Buck Ram, Morty nevins, Al Nevins & Artie Dunn

    New York: Campbell-Porgie, Inc., 1944. Very Good.


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    Pretty Baby by Tony Jackson & Egbert VanAlstyne

    New York: Remick Music Corp/, 1916. Very Good +. Previous vendors stamp on front cover, price sticker covering original price, covers attached.


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    Scaramouche by R. S. Stoughton

    Philadelphia: Thedore Presser Co., 1934. Very Good +. No. 26054 British Copyright secure


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    The Prisoner's Song by Guy Massey

    New York: Shapiro Bernstein & Co., 1924. Very Good +. Ballad with violin obligato, Gem Edition.


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    Those Things Money Can't Buy by Ruth Poll & Al Goodhart

    New York: Robbins Music Corp., 1943. Very Good.


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    West Springfield Bi-Centennial 1774-1974: Business and Civic Community

    West Springfield, MA: West Springfield Bi-Centennial Inc, 1974. Very Good +/No DJ. 8vo = over 9". Paper covers w/plastic spiral binding. VG condition with some very minor edge wear to covers. A collection of advertisements from local businesses and town offices celebrating their history in this Western Massachusetts community.


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    Tears Tell (The Story To Me) by C & F Wilson

    New York: A J Stasny Music Co, 1919. Very Good +. Rolf Armstrong. Previous owners name on front cover.


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    Gleason's Pictorial September 3, 1853 by Maturin Ballou, ed

    Boston: Frederick Gleason, September 3, 1853. First Edition. Good+/No DJ. Folio = 14"+. Vol. V. No. 10-Whole Number 114. Front cover shows "September" engraving by H. Nichol and Devereux, with text, back cover has "Allegorical Representation of September and article of Whitebait, Grayling fish with text, page 148 shows portrail of M. Jullien and the Clipper Ship Sovereign of the Seas, assorted short stories of world interest and poetry. Page edges nicked and water stained, pages browned and staine lightly, previous owners name in pencil on front cover.


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