"Song dedicated to "The Silver Voice Duo" Mr. H. E. Hudson & Mr. G. R. Thomas, Portland, Oregon."; Portrait of Rose Festival Queen Miss Sybil Baker on cover; Portraits of Rose Festival princesses and maids on honor on cover verso: Marian Rose Spoeri (princess), Alice Nolan (princess), Mary Lawler (princess), Beatrice Lash (princess), Martha Schultz (maid of honor), Susie Scholes (princess), Ruth Angel (princess), Rossa Hoffmiller (maid of honor), Alice Hester (maid of honor), Elizabeth Fragmeier (maid of honor), Myrtle Van Sickle (maid of honor); Advertisements on back cover for two other songs by Moffat and Ingram: "Joy" and "When I return"
"11th annual Rose Festival, Portland, Oregon, June 13-14-15, 1917"--Cover; "Dedicated to the Oregon army and navy auxiliary"; Back cover with photograph of L. Carroll Day, "Baritone, president of the Modern School of Music, teacher of voice, pipe organ and piano"
Op. 1; "Affectionately dedicated to my father Capt. James H. McMillen, Portland, Oregon"--Cover; Back cover with first lines of music by Edward J. Finck, also available from Wiley B. Allen: Remembrance of the ball, Auntie's picture, Sheridan's ride to Winchester, Iola waltz, Rocked in the cradle of the deep, Astoria waltz, Forest grove galop, and Albany gavotte; Plate no. W.B.A. 147-3
List title under "Mary Carr Moore"; "Lyric by William Cullen Bryant" "In F, C to F"--Cover; Blank inside front cover; Op. 28, No 1; Plate number: M.W.&SONS 11215; Back cover lists titles of "Compositions by Caro Roma" and contains advertisement for "Concert and Home Songs...an indispensable book of reference for music lovers and teachers"; The color represented in the digital image may differ significantly from the original and may not contain annotations. For annotation information, please contact Music Services.
"I send you this sweet valentine whose verses tell my heart is thine, it sings of love both fond and true that I sweetheart do bear for you"; "Words and Music by Katharine Kavanaugh, composer of 'Little German girl,' Golden days Waltz, etc"--Cover; Plate number: 4712; The color represented in the digital image may differ significantly from the original and may not contain annotations. For annotation information, please contact Music Services.
UO Libraries' copy has purple stamp on cover: Compliments of the publisher; "Words by B.B. Silberstein, music by Rhea Silberta"--Cover; "High voice"; "To Harriet McConnell"--Caption; Plate number: 758; Back cover is an advertisement with excerpt for "A Successful Song, Yohrzeit by Rhea Silberta"; The color represented in the digital image may differ significantly from the original and may not contain annotations. For annotation information, please contact Music Services.
Piano solo; March and two-step; "A Japo-Rhapsody" - cover; "By Vivian Grey (Miss Mabel McKinley) Composer of Anona" - cover; The original publisher information has been stamped over with the information for the Portland, Oregon publisher; back cover is a full page musical excerpt for the song "Uncle Sammy" by Abe Holzmann; "Also published as a beautiful Japanese love song." - p 2.
"Henry W. Savage offers Raymond Hitchcock in the new musical comedy A Yankee tourist, book by Richard Harding David, lyrics by Wallace Irwin, music by Alfred G. Robyn"--Cover; Plate no. M.W.&SONS 7773; Back cover with list of Alfred G. Robyn's musical successes: The Yankee consul, A Yankee tourist, and The princess beggar.