A deed of the pen : march- two-step / by the composer of "Hiawatha".
Publisher -- Whitney Warner Pub. Co.
Meeting -- Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.) Songs and music.
Topical -- Piano music.
Topical -- Marches (Piano)
Composer's name from caption responsibility statement.
"Louisiana Purchase Exposition, respectfully dedicated to C.M. Huttig, vice-president."
P. (2) contains the poem "A deed of the pen (the transfer of the Louisiana Territory)" by Louis Dodge, as well as a letter from Walter B. Stevens, Secretary of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, commenting on the appropriateness of the title and illustration for the fair.
T.p. ill.: burgundy border; drawing of a woman in a long, white, medieval inspired gown with a gold fleur-de-lis pattern and a gold hem, holding a map of the Louisiana Territory in her right hand, and pointing to it with her left; behind her is a blue fleur-de-lis, and behind that are outlines of the tops of buildings, with banners and trumpeters atop the buildings; on either side of the woman are gold, round finials with the words "Saint Louis 1904" on one, and "World's Fair March" on the other.
Morét, Neil, 1878-1943
Detroit : Whitney-Warner Pub-Co.,
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7 p. of music : ill. ; 35 cm.
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