* DILIGENT HOSE COMP. QUICK STEP.
Wm. Hall & Son. New York. 1849 As performed by Dodworth Cornet Band of New York. Price 25 Cts. Nett. Lith: Sarony & Major [n. art.]  pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Plate Mark 452.
Illustration: Three members of the Hose Company with Hose Wagon.
* EAGLE QUICK STEP. John Ashton & Co. Boston. 1843 [Copyright] Entered. . . . 1843 by H. N. Dowd. . . .
Composed, arranged for the Piano Forte, and respectfully dedicated To George A. H. Engleheart, Esq. Foreman of Eagle Engine Company No. 7 of Albany, by J. M. Leland. Price 25 cents. nett. Lith. Thayer & Co. [n. art.] 4 pp., music on p. 4.
Illustration: Eagle Co. fire-house. Members pulling out engine, as other members rush to the firehouse to answer alarm. Banner above roof. Eagle Co. No. 7.
* FIRE! FIRE! Oliver Ditson. Boston. [ca. 1850] A Descriptive Ballad. Words Composed and respectfully dedicated to the Members of the Fire Department by Geo. W. Babcock. Price 40 Cents. Lith: Tappan & Bradford. [n. art.] 8 pp., p. 8 blank.
Illustration: At top: Fire Company fighting blaze in three story building. At bottom: left panel, ladder truck; center panel: fire truck; right panel: hose cart. Eagle with outstretched wings resting on shield over center panel. At left side: fireman with hose standing on pedestal ornamented with ladder, hose, etc. At right side: fireman on pedestal with hose, ornamented with helmet, axe, trumpet, etc.
* FIREMAN'S ANNIVERSARY SONG.
Blackmar & Co. New Orleans. 1865 [Copyright] Entered. . . . 1865 by C. Edmonston. . . .
Dedicated to the New Orleans Firemen. March fourth 1865 (under title). Words by Mrs. C. Edmonston. Music by E. K. Cole. M.D. [n. lith. n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Plate Mark 145. Lower right margin p. 5: Wehrmann Eng.
Illustration: Large oval of fireman with goatee, fire horn in right hand, pointing to fire. Buildings in shadow at night. Street lamp alight at empty street corner.