* ALSACIAN RAIL ROAD GALLOPS, THE. A. Fiot. Philadelphia. 1845 By J. Guignard. Price 37½ Ct. nett. Lith: Duval. Artist: M. Schmitz. 6 pp., music on p. 6. Cover printed sideways.
Illustration: At top of cover: view of Philadelphia, with building marked Piano Forte Warehouse, evidently Fiot establishment. At bottom, twelve railroad coaches coupled to engine, tender and one baggage car, using tops of notes in the left hand of piano part as a track. Very distinctive cover. Music and trains lower half of cover [p. 1].
* FAST LINE GALLOP. Lee & Walker. Philadelphia. 1853 Composed by Jas. N. Beck. Price 38 cts. Nett. At head of title: To the President & Directors of the Great Pennsylvania Central R. R. Lith. Fritz & Derleth, St. Louis. [n. art.] 8 pp., pp. 2, 7 and 8 blank. Plate Mark 5113 4.
Illustration: Center: railroad map covering Atlantic seacoast to outer edge of Illinois, Kentucky and Virginia to Canada. Bottom: View of Susquehanna viaduct, show. ing railroad bridge with two moving trains. At left, right and bottom of Susquehanna view, respectively: tables of "Distances from Cleveland-Cincinnati-Ohio River," giving mileage.
* IRON HORSE, THE. Lee & Walker. Philadelphia. 1870 Words by Harry Frances. Music by Alfred von Rochow. Figure 3 in six pointed star. At bead of title: Respectfully dedicated to the Brotherhood of the Locomotive Engineers. Engraver: G. F. Swain. 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank.
Illustration: Small engraving of engine and tender marked "Moses Taylor."
* NORTHERN ROUTE. William A. Pond & Co. New York. 1876 March for the Piano Forte. By C. C. Smith. At head of title: To Mr. Fred Taylor, President, Burlington & Northern Railway. Four Hands. Figure 71/2 in 6 pointed star. Solo. Figure 5 in 6 pointed star. Engraver: Stackpole. 8 pp., pp. 2 and 8 blank. Plate Mark 9093.
Illustration: Small engine tender, one freight car and three coaches passing through arch under stone bridge. Title lettering very large, rather ornate.