Postal data: unmarked, unposted (PLACE POSTAGE STAMP HERE DOMESTIC 1 CENT FOREIGN 2 CENTS); Postcard type: divided back [solid line] (Printed in Germany; This Space may be used for message; The Address only to be written here.); Printing...
United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn; Music publishing industry; Marches (Piano); Piano music; Popular music--To 1901
Stylized dark pink text, "The Battalion photographed at Sands Point, L.I. Sunday duty 25.97." Illustrations of a rope and anchor surround a black and white photograph of the 2nd Naval Battalion in full uniform on the beach at Sands Point.
United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn; Music publishing industry; Advertising; Sheet music
Back cover of Second Battalion March. Advertisement featuring sample sheet music in dark pink, including the songs: Don't Tell Her That You Saw Me, Brush by Nigger, Brush by, I want a Real Coon and Cottonfield Dance.
Caption reads: Church at Thirty-Fifth Street and Lexington Avenue, New York, Vol. Three, 244. Church has vines growing up towards the steeple and along the side of the building. Across the street, a row house has its façade also covered in vines.
The caption reads: "The Casino and Abbey's Theatre, Broadway Thirty-sixth to Thirty-eighth Street." The Casino Theatre was built by Kimball & Wisedell for producer Rudolph Aronson. Managed by Canary & Lederer (1894-1903) the Shuberts acquired the...