Ruffin-Pollard Bound Music Volume
Scope and Contents
One bound music book with the following names penciled in the front and within the book: Eliza Dandridge Pollard, Mary Ellen Wills and Jam. Edw. Ruffin.
Over 100 pieces of sheet music, including: Rail Road March (1828, second edition); The Harrison Song, Illustrated, Boston (1840); Baltimore Convention, Old Tippecanoe, A Patriotic Song, Illustrated, Philadelphia (1840); Florida Polka by Albert Holland, Independent Blues Band, Baltimore (1849); Bllomer Or New Costime Polka, New York (1851); Gilmor House Schottish, Baltimore, Illustrated (1856); The Banjo, An original Imitation of This Inimitable Instrument, by H.C. Harris, Pennsylvania (1857).
- Creation: 1828-1860
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- Guide to the Ruffin-Pollard Bound Music Volume
- Finding Aid Authors: Special Collections Staff.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English