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Description: Holiday card with Santa Claus playing a piano. The background is black with a red border, and musical notes of various colors as well as the names of numer...
Description: Christmas card from Alger Hiss to James Aronson. The front of card is a page from the Missale Pataviense, Vienna, 1512. Inside reads: "Happy New Year to Ji...
Date: date unknown
Description: Holiday card with an African American woman dancing with Santa Claus. She is wearing a green mini-dress with a belt, and red go-go boots. A phonograph and...
Date: 1855 ca.
Description: Valentine's Day card with a cornucopia filled with flowers and foliage. On the edge of the mouth it reads "Let the Smiles of Youth Appearing". Music appear...
Description: Holiday card with an animal made out of Christmas elements. A bow, two bells, holly and candy canes. It is positioned on a sheet of music, and behind that...
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Child's Valentine's Day card. A heart appears in the center with the text "I'd sure like to - 'Make Some Time' with you, Valentine!" A girl's face is in th...
Description: Lyrics and music to the song "Glorious Kraftwood Days" written by J.H. Platt and Imogene Powell to the tune of Annie Lisle's "Far Above Cayuga's Waters."
Description: Cover of piano music, showing a train at night with headlight on, titled "The Midnight Flyer," March Two-Step. Arranged by E.T. Paull.
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