* CALIFORNIA PIONEERS, THE
Atwill & Co. San Francisco. 1852 [on p. 5]
a Song. Respectfully Inscribed To Mrs. J. Emerson Sweetser. Words & Music by Dr. M. A. Richter. Lith. and artist: Quirot & Co. S. F.  pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Lower margin p. 5: Copy right secured in the U. S. District Court of Califa. March 19, 1852.
Illustration: Two California pioneers, one mounted, one afoot, on mountain trail overlooking river. Both carrying rifles. ¶Marked: "N. B. The First Piece of Music Pubd. in Cala."
* MARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA. J. T. Bowers. San Francisco. 1865 A Beautiful Melody by Henry Clay Work. Arranged for the Piano Forte in easy and pleasing style. Second Edition. Figure 3 in oval. [n. printer n. art.]  pp., p. 4 blank. Music Type.
Illustration: Centre: Eagle with outstretched wings standing on flag draped over drum. Crossed American flags in background, apparently like printer's stock ornament. Ornamental type border around front cover.
* SAN FRANCISCO QUADRILLES, THE. Atwill & Co. San Francisco. 1852 Arranged from the most favourite Negro Melodies for the Piano Forte. Respectfully dedicated to the Ladies of California By their sincere admirer George Peck. Price $1-50. do. with acct. of Violin 2 00. G. Peck, has arranged an accompaniment for the Violin or Flute, to the above Quadrilles which may be had together or separate Lith: B. F. Butler, S. F. Artist: Rey. In these quadrilles are introduced: Poor Nelly, The Old Folks At Home, Carry Me Long, The Virginia Rosebud, Nelly Bly. 8 pp., pp. 2 and 8 blank, pp. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 incorrectly numbered.
Illustration: At top: Seated figure of woman in coat of mail jacket and helmet, holding spear in left hand, touching back of small bear stretched out beside her. Harbor With ships and miners digging, in background. In center: Placer miner leaning on tree stump as prospector travels one way and three mules another. Eagle sitting on scroll ornament, with ribbon reading E Pluribus Unum in mouth. At bottom: Sailing vessels near mainland.