1863 The Drummer Boy Of Shiloh Original Music & Lyrics Hays Faulds Louisville Ky


1863 The Drummer Boy Of Shiloh Original Music & Lyrics Hays Faulds Louisville Ky

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1863 The Drummer Boy Of Shiloh Original Music & Lyrics Hays Faulds Louisville Ky:
$35


This is a large format 14 x 10 3/4 inches booklet of the music and lyrics of "The Drummer Boy of Shiloh" "20th Edition" written and composed by Will S. Hays and published by D. P. Faulds 223 Main Street Louisville, KY.It is dated 1863. It is all there, 5 pages, and is in very used condition with lots of age staining and foxing on the inner pages as well as having a 1 1/2 inch tear on the right border in the center but not extending into the engraving. There is a piece of old tape on the back of the tear. The edges are lightly frayed although the way around and the spine was sewn together way back when. Would be great framed and I have seen very little military related sheet music from this period. Shipping includes insurance. Shipped flat, reinforced.


1863 The Drummer Boy Of Shiloh Original Music & Lyrics Hays Faulds Louisville Ky:
$35

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