*ADAMS & COS. EXPRESS "POLKA."
G. André & Co.Philadelphia. [ 1852]
[Copyright] Entered . . . 1852 by J. Paul Diver.
Composed expressly for Adams & Co; And respectfully dedicated to E. S. Sanford Esq. by Francis Weiland. Lith: T. Sinclair. [n. art.] 25 Cts. nett. 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Plate Mark 43303.
Illustration: Scene showing building with sign Adams & Co's Express; underneath Edward Sanford & Co's Foreign Express. Two wagons are shown, one bearing name Adams & Co.; other California Express.
*EXPRESS GALOP. James A. McClure. Nashville, Tenn. 1867
Composed and dedicated to Adams and Southern Express Companies by J. M. Thatcher. Figure 5 in 5 pointed star. Lith: Sinclair. [n. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank.
Illustration: Giant stepping over buildings representing the Capitol of the U. S., churches, the Mississippi River with packet boats, etc. Carrying big bundle on left shoulder labeled "Adams Express." Under his right arm he carries smaller bundle labeled "Boston. New York. Nashville. Memphis. New Orleans. Washington. St. Louis. Providence."
*HARNDEN'S EXPRESS LINE. Firth & Hall. New York. 1841
Gallopade & Trio. Composed by A. R. Lith: Fleetwood. Artist: A. F[leetwood.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank, pp. 4 and 5 incorrectly numbered.
Illustration: Engine with engineer in high silk hat, express car marked HARNDENS, loaded with 12 bales, one marked wool. One coach marked "Boston Express New York." Background: rural harbor scene; early steamship in background, with sails and paddle wheels.
*STERLING HOUSE POLKA. O. Ditson. Boston. [ca. 1844]
Composed & Dedicated to Joseph Thompson Esq. by Edwin L. Holbrook. Pr. 25 ct. nett. Lith: J. H. Bufford. Artist: A. C. Nash. 4 pp., p. 4 blank. Plate Mark 2177.
Illustration: Square vignette, marked "Sterling House, Bridgeport. Conn." underneath. Adams & Co. Express Office is on street level. Post Office at left. Dry goods store at right.