* I'VE LEFT MY SNOW CLAD HILLS. Oliver Ditson. Boston. [ca. 1850] The Songs Of Jenny Lind. 21 titles listed of which this is #15. Chromolith: J. H. Bufford. 6 pp., p. 6 blank, pp. 2, 3, 4, 5 incorrectly numbered.
Illustration: Full figure of Jenny Lind in colors. ¶This is similar in style to the famous Baxter prints, issued in England.
* JENNY LIND'S [BIRD] SONG. Jaques & Brother. New York. 1850 Caption title p. 3. "I Must Be Singing Singing." Lith: Wm. Endicott & Co. Price 50 cts. nett. 12 pp., pp. 2 and 12 blank; lower right margin p. 12: G. W. Ackerman Eng. & Pr.
Illustration: Beautiful illustrated cover with seven birds in their natural color.
* OSSIAN'S SERENADE. Oliver Ditson. Boston. 1850
[Copyright] Entered . . . 1850 by Ossian E. Dodge. . . .
As sung by Ossian E. Dodge. At most of his Fashionable Entertainments throughout the Union. Price 25 cts. nett. [n. lith. n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Plate Mark 2632.
Illustration: "P. T. Barnum introducing Madelle Jenny Lind to Ossian E. Dodge. The Boston vocalist & purchaser of the $625 Ticket for the First Concert of the Swedish Nightingale in Boston."
*[ SALUT A LA FRANCE]. William Hall & Son. New York. 1850
Jenny Lind in The Opera LA FILLE DU REGIMENT. Lith: Sarony. [n. art.] 10 pp., pp. 2, 8, 9 and 10 blank, pp. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 incorrectly numbered. Plate mark 1327.
Illustration: "The Daughter Of The Regiment" is standing on a "stage bridge."