Music in average to good condition,with a little wear on edges and corners. WWII music with illustration of a bugler and planes flying in background. music and lyrics by Don Reid and Sammy Kaye. Pages are loose from each other. Would be good framed also.
Special edition as approved and authorized by the United States Marine Corps. 1932, From the movie"To the shores of Tripoli" starring John Payne,Maureen O'Hara,& Randolph Scott. patriotic red white and blue cover with photo of the three stars. Very nice condition. A small handwritten signature on cover.
Great WWI music selection by Irving Berlin. Uncle Sam on the cover leading the song and band. Inset photo of Weston and Fields. Cover art by Pfeiffer. Good condition with a couple of small tears, rough edges, and 1 tiny missing upper right corner.(see picture)Could be trimmed. Nice vivid colors.Would be beautiful framed.
This is an advertisement from August, 1944, for Bell Telephone System. The picture shows a group of U. S. Marines on Bougainville stringing communication lines using palm trees as telephone poles. Two other soldiers stand guard. A clear sign that this ad was run during the war.
A rare 1918 WWI sheet music selection for the collector. "Just like Washington crossed the Delaware, General Pershing will cross the Rhine". Photo of general Pershing and background illustration of Washington crossing the Delaware. Oversized and in great condition!! Words by Howard Johnson, and music by George W. Meyer. Theme suggested by Elinore & Williams.
Music from 1945 WWII era. Feature photo of Kay Armen, surrounded by caracatures of men from alll branches of the military.Cover art by Barbelle.I'M Gonna love that Guy (like he's never been loved before) Words and music by Kay Ash. Good condition
This is an advertisement from August, 1944, for General Motors Diesels. A nice wartime ad showing GM’s contribution to the war effort.
The reverse side features advertising for Matson Lines to Hawaii and the South Pacific. The ad states, "When war has been swept from this world, Matson will return to its peacetime task of escorting friend... Click for details
This is an advertisement from August, 1944, Aviation Division of The Studebaker Corporation. "Those engines sure have the power!" Studebaker built the Wright Cyclone Engines for the Boeing Flying Fortress. A very nice war-time advertisement.
The reverse side features advertising for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. The ad gives stark ... Click for details
Song suggested by the slogan of The New York World.Let the flag fly. Words and music by L. Wolfe Gilbert. Mr Gilbert quoted said "Let every day be flag day" Good average condition. wear on the edges with soft tears. All intact, and would be wonderful framed.
Just a babys prayer at twilight (for her daddy over there). Music dating 1918 WWI era.cover illustration is good, but edges are rough,could be trimmed, all intact.Cover artist Barbelle. Would be nice framed too.
Irving Berlins bugle song from 1918. This is a dedication copy to private Howard Friend, the guy in the cot next to him. Inst photo of Herbert Clifton on the cover along with the illustration of the bugle player. Cover artist Barbelle. WWI Good condition other than wear on corners and a watermark on the left corner. (priced accordingly).