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Date Span: ca. 1877-1988
Extent: 181 items
Biographical Sketch: Helen L. Ness (Mrs. Melvin Ness) of Pinckard, AL, is a musician and music teacher. As a young woman, she lived in Chautauqua, NY, and attended its summer music programs. To pay her room and board, she kept house for a resident who gave her a large amount of sheet music for songs popular in the 1890-1930 era. The music and the graphic design are emblematic of the era.
Scope / Content: Consists of music magazines from 1905-1942, music instruction books, sheet music with religious, instructional, patriotic, and secular themes from the 1870s-1980s, and papers from Helen Ness's association with school recitals and church camps. Sheet music focuses mainly on piano with a few scores for guitar, organ, violin, oboe and ukulele.
Organized into 4 Series, one with subseries:
Series 1: Music Magazines, 1905-1942 [21 magazines]: Magazines focus on popular music of the time and include artist interviews, performance critiques and sheet music. Arranged by title, then in reverse chronological order.
Series 2: Songbooks, 1901-1958 [16 books]: collections of popular or classic songs for teaching and enjoyment. Arranged in reverse chronological order.
Series 3: Sheet Music, 1860-1988 [2 folders, 5 booklets & 137 scores]: collection of scores for piano, guitar, organ, violin, oboe or ukulele. Organized into 5 subseries by musical genre, files in each arranged in reverse chronological order.
Religious, ca.1879-1969 [17 scores & 1 folder]: Religious songs.
Instructional, 1904-1938 [5 booklets]: collections of songs used to teach music to grades 1-5.
Guitar, 1892-1893 [2 scores]: music designed for the guitar.
Patriotic, 1895-1918 [10 scores]: galops, marches, & tributes to soldiers.
Classical & Popular, 1877-1988 [108 scores]: including songs from hit theater & movie productions.
Series 4: Ephemera, [1 folder]: papers & photos associated with school recitals and church camps.
Series 1: Magazines: 1905-1942 [21 magazines]: Magazines focus on popular music of the time and include artist interviews, performance critiques and sheet music. Arranged by title then reverse chronological order.
The Musician, July 1918 Vol.23, No. 7
The Etude, Feb. 1942 Vol. 60, No. 2
The Etude, April 1936 Vol. 54, No. 4
The Etude, Sept. 1932 Vol. 50, No. 9
The Etude, Oct 1920 Vol.38, No. 10
The Etude, Nov. 1919 Vol. 37, No. 11
The Etude, March 1919 Vol. 37, No. 3
The Etude, Dec. 1918 Vo. 36, No.12
The Etude, Nov. 1918 Vol. 39, No. 11
The Etude, July 1918 Vol. 36, No. 7
The Etude, Jan. 1918 Vol. 36, No. 1
The Etude, June 1911 Vol. 29, No. 6
The Etude, Feb. 1911 Vol. 29, No. 2
The Etude, Dec. 1910 Vol. 28, No. 12
The Etude, Nov. 1910 Vol. 28, No. 11
The Etude, May 1910 Vol. 28, No. 5
The Etude, Oct. 1909 Vol. 27, No. 10
The Etude, April 1909 Vol. 27, No.4
The Etude, March 1909 Vol. 27, No. 3
The Etude, April 1906 Vol. 24, No. 4
The Etude, March 1905 Vol. 23, No. 3
Series 2: Songbooks: 1901-1958 [16 books]: collections of popular or classic songs for teaching and enjoyment. Arranged in reverse chronological order.
Handel, G. F. & Albert J. Andraud. Concerto In G Minor; Three Sonatas; And Famous Largo For Oboe And Piano. San Antonio: Southern Music Company, 1958
Great Music for All Organs. Book Five, Mendelssohn. New York: Charles Hansen, 1958.
Bach, Johann Sebastian, & Arthur Wildman. The Bach Book Of Organ Music For All Organs. Melville: Belwin Mills, 1956.
Williams, John M. John M. Williams' Classics: A Collection Of Classic And Standard Selections. Boston, Mass: Boston Music Co, 1947.
MacHugh, Edward. Favorite Radio Hymns of Edward MacHugh: Revised and Enlarged. Chicago: Rodeheaver, Hall-Mack Co, .
Treasure Chest of World-Wide Songs. New York: Treasure Chest Publications, 1936.
Sizemore, Asher, & Little Jimmie. Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie's Fireside Treasures: Mountain Ballads, Old Hymns, Children's Songs, Cowboy Songs. Louisville: Asher Sizemore, 1936.
Evening Moods: An Album of Piano Solos. Theodore Presser Co., 1936.
Farnsworth, Charles H., et al, ed. Singing Youth. Boston: C. C. Bichard & Co., 1935.
Friml, Rudolf. 26 Favorite Compositions for Piano Solo. Boston: Boston Music Co, 1931.
Laub, Mark. Song Hits of the Roaring Twenties: For Lowrey Organ All Models. New York: Remick Music, 1929.
Weiss, Joseph M. Supreme Dance Folio For Piano First Masterful Edition, Containing A Choice Selection Of The Season's Most Popular Song Successes. New York: De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, 1927
Kreisler, Fritz. Favorite Encore Folio, For Violin and Piano. New York: Carl Fischer, 1916.
Kurzenknabe, J. H., and L. M. Evilsizer. American School Songs: For Schools, Colleges, Institutes, and the Home Circle. Chicago: Hope Pub. Co, 1904.
Accolay, J. B. Concerto No. 1 In A Minor For Violin And Piano. New York: Carl Fischer, 1901.
Day, Francis E. Francis E. Day's Community Song-Book No. 1: Containing 32 Complete Songs: With Words, Music, Tonic Sol-Fa & Ukulele Arrangement. London: Francis, Day & Hunter, [n.d.].
Series 3: Sheet Music: 1860-1988 [2 folders, 5 booklets & 137 scores]: collection of scores for piano, guitar, organ, violin, oboe or ukulele. Arranged in reverse chronological order within subseries.
Religious: ca.1879-1969 [17 scores & 1 folder]: Religious songs.
Wilson, John Floyd. My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord: The Magnificat. Chicago: Hope Publishing Co., 1969.
Wilson, John Floyd. My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord: The Magnificat. Chicago: Hope Publishing Co., 1969. [Duplicate]
Peterson, John W. Heaven Came Down and Glory Filled My Soul. Grand Rapids: Singspiration, Ins., 1967.
Cain, Noble. There's a Song in the Air (SSAATTBB). Secular Choral Series. New York: Choral Art Publications, 1965.
Shea, George Beverly. The Wonder of It All. Philadelphia: Chancel Music, 1956.
Blanchard, Richard. Fill My Cup, Lord. Waco, Texas: Sacred Songs, 1964.
Boyd, Jack. Secular Choruses: Poor Wayfaring Stranger S.A.T.B. Boston: Boston Music Co., 1963.
Fox, Baynard L. I'll Tell the World: (That I Am a Christian): As Sung By Martha Branham, Music Evangelist. Fox Music, 1963.
Fox, Baynard L. I'll Tell the World: (That I Am a Christian): As Sung By Martha Branham, Music Evangelist. Fox Music, 1963. [Duplicate]
Lambert, O. A., and Johnnie Hope. Down Deep In My Heart. Hollywood 28: Manna Music, 1955.
Hamblen, Stuart. It Is No Secret (What God Can Do). New York: Duchess Music Corp, 1950.
Wilson, Harry Robert, & Walter Ehret. Jesus Walked This Lonesome Valley: White Spiritual. Boosey & Hawkes, 1936.
Murray, Alan & Edward Lockton. I'll Walk Beside You. New York: Chappell & Co., 1936.
Bollman, Henry, and F. Henri Klickmann. Convent Bells: Reverie for Piano. New York: Mills Music Inc., 1925.
Hamblen, Bernard. The Day of Golden Promise. New York: Chappell & Co., 1925.
Schubert, Franz and Stephen Heller. Ave Maria. Lieder Songs by Franz Shubert. New York: G. Schirmer, 1891. [Light Water Damage]
Rider, F. B. Nearer My God To Thee. Fleurs de Memoire. St. Louis: Balmer & Weber, 1879.
[Sacred Sheet Music - pages, handwritten copies of scores, & lyrics]
Instructional: 1904-1938 [5 booklets]: collections of songs used to teach music to grades 1-5.
Williams, John M. John M. William' Fifth Grade Piano Book. Boston, Mass: Boston Music Co, 1938.
Glenn, Mabelle, & Alfred Spouse. Art Songs for School and Studio. Second Year. [Boston]: Oliver Ditson Co., 1934.
Model Second Grade Pieces: Twenty-four Selected Compositions for Piano. Boston: Boston Music Co., 1915.
Model Third Grade Pieces: Twenty Selected Compositions for Piano. Boston: Boston Music Co., 1915.
Model First Grade Pieces: Thirty-one Selected Compositions for Piano. Boston: Boston Music Co., .
Guitar: 1892-1893 [2 scores]: music designed for the guitar.
Chenet, Alfred. Evening In Madrid. Music for Banjo, Mandolin & Guitar. Boston: Alfred Chenet & Co., 1893.
Chenet, Alfred. Marche Des Brigands. Guitar Compositions. Boston: Alfred Chenet & Co., 1892.
Patriotic: 1895-1918 [10 scores]: gallops, marches, & tributes to soldiers.
Hirsch, Walter & Frank Magine. Bring Back My Soldier Boy To Me. New York: Al. Piantadosi & Co. Inc., 1918.
Sanderson, Wilfred, et al. God Be With Our Boys To-Night. New York: Boosey & Co., 1917.
Sampson, J. E. Calvary Parade. Polka Militaire. Boston Weekly Journal of Sheet Music, No. 307. Boston: F. Trifet, 1901.
Sousa, John Philip. Stars and Stripes Forever!: March. Cincinnati: John Church Co, 1897.
Sousa, John Philip. El Capitan: March. Cincinnati: John Church Co, 1896.
Morse, J. A. Clinton. Naval Cadet March. New York: New Century Educational Co., 1895. [pages missing]
Bohm, C. Charge of the Uhlans: Galop Militaire. Op. 213, No. 764. New York: Century Music Publishing Co., [n.d.]
Sousa, John Philip. [Assorted Marches]. Unknown, n.d.
Anderson, G., The Battle of Waterloo. New York: De Luxe Music Co., [n.d.]
McCaig, Robert. The Last Thought (I Wonder If Folks Back Home Are Thinking Now Of Me). Introduced by the American Harmony Quartette. Silver Creek: Associate Music Publishing, [19--].
Classical & Popular: 1877-1988 [108 scores]: including songs from hit theater & movie productions.
Nevin, Ethelbert. Narcissus Op. 13, No. 4. Boston Music Co. Edition of Drawing Room Favorites for the Pianoforte. Boston: Boston Music Co. 1988.
Carroll, James. Hog River Rag: Piano Solo. Miami: Belwin Mills Publishing Corp., 1986.
Lombardo, Carmen & Stanley Rochinski. Powder Your Face With Sunshine (Smile! Smile! Smile!) New York: Lombard Music Inc., 1948.
Carroll, Gene, et al. What More Can I Do? New York: Olman Music Corp., 1931.
Davis, Lou, et al. It Don't Mean A Thing Without You. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co., 1929.
Jolson, Al, et al. There's A Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder. Al Jolson's Big Hit in "The Singing Fool." New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1928.
Shay, Larry, et al. Get Out and Get Under the Moon. New York: Irving Berlin, 1928.
Donaldson, Walter & Dolly Morse. There Must Be A Silver Lining (That's Shining For Me). New York: Leo. Feist, 1928.
Flippen, J. C. You're Just A Little Bit Of Everything I Love. New York: Mills Music, Inc., 1928.
Dixon, Mort & James V. Monaco. Nesting Time (w/ Ukulele arr.) New York: Henry Waterson, Inc., 1927.
Bryan, Alfred, et al. Red Lips - Kiss My Blues Away. New York: Henry Waterson, Inc., 1927.
Ager, Milton & Jack Yellen. Forgive Me. New York: Ager, Yellen & Bornstein, 1927.
Wendling, Pete, et al. There's Something Nice About Everyone But Everything Nice About You. New York: Henry Waterson, 1927.
Woods, Harry. Side By Side. New York: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1927. [back page missing part of score]
Woods, Harry. When the Red, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along. New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1926.
Berlin, Irving. All Alone. Featured in the Music Box Revue. New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1926.
Davis, Lou, et al. Put Your Arms Where they Belong (For They Belong To Me) New York: Irving Berlin, 1926.
Lyman, Abe, et al. Mary Lou. New York: Henry Waterson, Inc., 1926.
McFarland, Catherine. All the World is Sunshine. Cincinnati: John Church Co., 1923.
Berlin, Irving & Sam Harris. Crinoline Days. Irving Berlin's Second Annual Music Box Revue 1922-23. New York: Irving Berlin Inc., 1922.
Sherwood, Ray. Building Love Castles. Williamsport: Vandersloot Music Publishing Co., 1922.
Gilbert, L. Wolfe. Down Yonder, As Sung By Al. Jolson. New York: L. Wolfe Gilbert Music Corp., 1921.
Bradford, Perry. Crazy Blues. New York: Perry Bradford Music Pub. Co., 1920.
Harbach, Otto, et al. Mary: A Musical Comedy. New York: Victoria Publishing Corp., 1920.
McCarty, Joseph & Fred Fisher. Evangeline: Inspired By The Great Screen Production Of Longfellow's Immortal Poem. New York: McCarthy & Fisher, Inc., 1919.
Crawford, Clifton & Harry Frazee. I Want To Spread A Little Sunshine: In The Tuneful Farce Comedy My Lady Friends. New York: T.B. Harms, 1919.
Penn, Arthur A. Sunrise and You. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1918.
DeRose, Peter, & Ivan Reid. That's All One Mother Can Do. New York: F. B. Haviland Publishing Co., 1918.
Wood, Will. Aloha Oe Waltzes. New York: Will Wood, 1917.
Johnson, Howard & Percy Wenrich. Where Do We Go From Here. New York: Leo. Feist, Inc., 1917. [small samplers inside]
Baxter, Lionel. Valse Annette. Cleveland: Sam Fox Publishing Co., 1915.
Morton, Ed., I Got You Steve. Boston: Daly Music Publisher, 1912.
Bohm, C[arl]. La Zingana. New York: De Luxe Music Co, .
Wilson, G. D. Night in June, A. Piano Compositions. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1910.
Löhr, Hermann, & Edward Teschemacher. Where My Caravan Has Rested: From Romany Songs. New York: Chappell & Co, 1910.
Pestalozza, A., et al. Ciribiribin: waltz. New York: De Luxe Music Co., .
Koven, Reginald de. Fleurs d'Amour. (Flowers of Love). Waltzes for Piano. Op. 325. New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co, 1909.
Wyman, A. P., Music Among the Pines. Standard Teaching Pieces. Chicago: McKinley Music Co., 1908.
Roat, Chas. E. Sorority Three-Step Or Mazurka For Piano. Battle Creek: Chas. E. Roat Music Co, 1908.
Bohm, C. La Fontaine (The Fountain), Op. 221. New York: De Luxe Music Co., 1908.
Schuman, R. Traumerei, Op. 15, No. 7 & Romance Op. 68, No. 19. New York: De Luxe Music Co., 1908.
Weber, Henry. The Storm: Imitation of Nature. Chicago: McKinley Music Co, 1907.
Rosellen, Henry. Tremolo (Reveries). Favorite Compositions. Chicago: McKinley Music Co., 1907.
Chopin, F. Funeral March. Classic Gems. Chicago: McKinley Co., 1907.
Grobe, C. B. I Wish I Was In Dixie. Op. 1250. Philadelphia: Eclipse Publishing Co., 1906.
Ball, Ernest R., & David Reed. Love Me, and the World Is Mine. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1906.
Morse, Theodore & Edward Madden. She Waits By The Deep Blue Sea. New York: F. B. Haviland, 1905.
Wilson, G. D. Moonlight on the Hudson (Two Hands). Piano Compositions. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1905.
Bohm, Carl. Selected Pieces for Piano. Op. 282 Kosendur Falter (Caressing Butterfly). New York: G. Schirmer, 1905.
Jones, Griffith J. & C. A. Mulliner. A Song of the Sea. Philadelphia: Jos. Morris, 1904.
Gumble, Mose, & Harry Williams. Follow the Merry Crowd. New York: Shapiro, Remick, & Co., 1904.
Moret, Neil. Hiawatha: A Summer Idyll. Detroit: Whitney Warner Publishing Co., 1902.
Paderewski, J. J. Menuet, Op. 14, No. 1. New York: Conservatory Publishing Co., 1902.
Chopin, F. Etude, Op. 25, No. 2. The Modern Student. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1902.
Myddleton, W. H. By The Swanee River (A Coon's Dream of the Past). Op. 21. New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1901.
Danks, H. P. & Eben E, Rexford. Silver Threads Among the Gold. New York: Hamilton S. Gordon, 1901.
Concone, Joseph. Op. 24. Twenty-five Melodic Studies for the Piano. Vol. 139 of Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics. New York: G. Schirmer, 1900. [Cover badly damaged]
Fahrbach, P., Jr. Stephanie Polka: Op. 160. Boston Weekly Journal of Sheet Music, No. 279.Boston: F. Trifet, 1900.
Pattison, J. N. Sunrise (Le lever de Soleil). Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1900.
Strauss, Johann. One Heart, One Soul (Ein Herz, Ein Sinn). Polka Mazurka, Op. 323. Boston Weekly Journal of Sheet Music, No. 273. Boston: F. Trifet, 1900.
Carter, Stanley, and Harry Braisted. The Girl I Loved in Sunny Tennessee. New York: Jos. W. Stern & Co, 1899.
Liebling, Emil. Serenade, Op 34, No. 1. Compositions for Pianoforte. New York: G. Schirmer, 1899.
Bowers, Fred V. & Chas. Horwitz. You Ain't Changed A Bit From What You Used To Be. (Just You & Me): A Tale of Indiana. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1899.
Chaminade, C. Pas Des Echarpes (Scarf Dance) Op. 37. Boston: B.F. Wood Music Co., 1898.
Bohm, Carl. La Fountaine, Op. 221. Chicago: McKinley Music Co., 1897.
Drumheller, Louis A. Ripples of the Susquehanna. Harrisburg: Drumheller Bros. Publishers, 1897.
Wagner. Bridal March from "Lohengrin" and Sultan's Band March. Boston Weekly Journal of Sheet Music, No. 109. Boston: F. Trifet, 1897.
Godard, Benjamin. Compositions For Pianoforte. Berceuse From "Jocelyn". New York: G. Schirmer, 1897.
Lack, Theodore, & Louis Oesterle. Idilio: op. 134. Piano Compositions by French Composers. New York: G. Schirmer, 1896.
Lavallee, Calixa. The Butterfly (Le Papillon), Op. 18. Desideratum: Pianoforte Compositions For Use In Concert Or Salon. Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., 1894.
Schytte, L. Good Night. Op. 69, No. 12. Vol 2 of Studies in Melody Playing for Piano-Forte Pupils. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1893.
Lange, Gustave. Feu follet. Op. 456. [Will o' the Wisp]. Berlin: Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 1893.
Lighthill, David. Sparkling Sunlight on the Mississippi. Popular Piano Gems. Chicago: National Music Co., 1892. [missing last page]
Lighthill, David A. Select Compositions by David A. Lighthill for the Pianoforte. Sparkling Sunlight on the Mississippi. . Chicago: National Music Co., 1892.
Piccolomini, M. & G. Hubi Newcombe. Whisper, And I Shall Hear. New York: Francis, Day, & Hunter; 1891.
Beethoven, Ludwig van, et al. Sonaten und Andere Werke für das Pianoforte, Op. 27, Nr. 2. [Moonlight Sonata]. Stuttgart: J.G. Cotta, 1890.
Schuman, Robert. Why? Warum? From Op. 12. Philadelphia: Theo. Presser Co., 1889.
Verdi. Rigoletto. Italian & English Text and Music of the Principal Airs. Grand Opera Librettos. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1888.
Peirce, J. Warwick. Grand Concert March. Chicago: National Music Co., 1883.
Stiehl, H. Good Evening! Little Leaflet, Little Flowers: A Collection of Favorite Compositions for Piano. Buffalo: August Rottenbach, 1883.
Marjolaine Waltzes (for Violin & Piano), Nancy Lee, & the Citizen Galop. J. M. Stoddart & Co., 1877.
Mack, E. Moonbeams On The Lake. Fantasia For The Piano. J. M. Stoddart & Co., 1876.
Sudds, W. F., Fresh Life: March Brilliant Op.45. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., 1876.
Hoffman, Edward. Grand Fantasia on the Popular Theme of the Mocking Bird. Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, 1864.
Spindler, Fritz. Duftendes Veilchen: Blätter und Blüthen; 10 Characterstücke; für Piano; 123. Werk, 2. [Fragrant Violet]. Leipzig: Siegel, 1862.
Munzinger, C. Annie Laurie. Varie pour le Piano. Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, 1860. [Ink stain top corner]
Slack, J. H. Home Sweet Home Variations Op. 3, No. 244. New York: Century Music Publishing Co. [n.d.]
Dorn, Edouard. Guillaume Tell., Op. 30, No. 11.
Donizetti, Gaetano, et al. Sextet from Lucia. New York: De Luxe Music Co, [n.d.].
Godard, Ch. Dance of the Stars (Danse d'Etoiles). Valse. Op. 66. Boston: White-Smith Music Publishing, [n.d.]
Chopin, F. Modern Gems for the Piano. Berceuse (Cradle Song). Op. 57. Chicago: McKinley Music Co., [n.d.]
Schubert, Fr. & Fr. Lizt. La Serenade (Standchen.) The Exception: A Careful Collection Of Pianoforte Gems By The Best Composers. Cincinnati: John Church Co.: [n.d.]
Lange, Gustav. Alpine Hut, Op. 240. Recreations for the Pianoforte. New York: Century Music Publishing Co., [n.d.]
Nocturne, Op. 37, No. 2. Chopin's Nocturnes. New York: Richard A. Saalfield, [n.d.]
Mendelssohn. Wedding March (Midsummer-Night's Dream). Boston: G.D. Russell & Co., [n.d.].
Paderewski, J. J. Menuet A L'Antique. Op. 14. No. 1.
Classical & Popular [FRAGILE: scans available]
Rubinstein, Anton. Melody in F. Violin and Piano. New York: Century Music Co., 1927. [FRAGILE]
Whitson, Beth Slater & Leo Friedman. Let Me Call You Sweetheart. Chicago: Harold Rossiter Music Co., 1910. [FRAGILE]
Schwartz, Jean & William Jerome, Down In The Subway. Detroit: Shapiro, Remick, & Co., 1904. [FRAGILE]
Nichols, Geo. A. & Mark Beam. The Spanish Coon. New York: May Irwin, 1904. [FRAGILE]
Nathan, Joe & Grace Leonard. The Broadway Girl. New York: American Advance Music Co., 1904. [FRAGILE]
Brymn, Jas. T. & Phil. E. Collins. Nobody Sees Us But The Man In The Moon. New York: International Music Co., 1900. [FRAGILE]
Jones, Irving. There Ain't No Use To Keep On Hanging Around. Part 2 Of The Sunday World's Album Of Ten New Original Songs. New York: Fiest & Frankenthaler, 1899. [FRAGILE]
Graham, Charles & Howard Graham. Forget Those Words In Anger Spoken. New York: R. A. Saalfield, 1899. [FRAGILE]
Kerker, Gustave, et al. My Sunday Girl. New York: George W. Lederer, 1899. [FRAGILE]
Foy, Edwin & Wm. M. Dunlevy. I Happened To Be There. New York: T. B. Harms & Co., 1898. [FRAGILE]
Vernon, Harold M. Honey You've Done Me Wrong, As Sung By Anna Held, L'Etoile De Pairs In The French Maid. New York: T. B. Harms & Co., 1898. [FRAGILE]
Kerker, Gustav & Hugh Morton. My Little Baby. New York: T. B. Harms & Co., 1897. [FRAGILE]
Ephemera: [1 folder]: papers & photos associated with school recitals and church camps.
[Papers & Photos from school & church related work]