(The name of the publisher precedes each title)
ATWILL: *BROADWAY SIGHTS. Atwill. New York. 1835
As Sung with great Applause by Mr. Latham, at the Grand Concerts, at Niblo's Garden. written and arranged by W. H. Latham. Price 50 cts. Lith: Fleetwood & Robertson. Artist: J. H. Bufford.  pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank.
Illustration: View on Broadway, near St. Paul's Church, showing Atwill's Music Saloon, three stores, the Church and the old Astor House.
BALMER & WEBER: *ST. LOUIS GREYS QUICK STEP.
Balmer & Weber. St. Louis. 1852
Composed and dedicated to Captain George Knapp and the St. Louis Greys by J. U. Postlewaite. 25 nett. Lith: Schaerff & Bro. [n. art.] 6 pp., p. 2 blank, adv. on p. 6.
Illustration: Band and soldiers passing Balmer & Weber store.
BLACKMAR: *TEMPLE OF MUSIC.
A. E. Blackmar. New Orleans. 1871
Mazurka By Basile Bares. Waltz by E. O. Eaton. Galop by Aug. Davis. 3 ½. Figure 5 in 5 pointed star. [n. lith. n. art.] 8 pp., pp. 2 and 8 blank. Plate Mark 205-5.
Illustration: Blackmar store. Small Estey organ at left. Chickering square piano at right.
COLE: *BUY A BROOM. John Cole. Baltimore. [ca. 1835] [n. lith. n. art.]  pp., p. 4 blank.
Illustration: Girl's figure, with broom in each hand, presumably Mme. Vestris, standing in front of Cole's Music Store, 137 on the door. 12 song-titles on window panes.
DITSON: *THOU HAST LEARNED TO LOVE ANOTHER.
Oliver Ditson & Co. Boston. 1849
Ballad. Arranged for the Piano Forte. Figure 21/2 in 5 pointed star. Lith. J. H. Bufford. [n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Plate Mark 7095.
Illustration: Ditson Building, Boston. On top of building, sign with notes and words "Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot."