Musical score composed and arranged by T.M. Todd. The front cover shows a black and white drawing of Fort Delaware. The cover says that it is "composed for the piano and respectfully dedicated to Major H.S. Burton, 3rd U.S. artillery."
Musical score written during the Civil War by Charles Grobe. Scanned image does cut off portions of front cover. Front cover is in color and shows seven Civil War soldiers in uniform with bayonets or swords. Polka music. Op:1399
Musical score and lyrics. Front cover has two images on it; one of an aerial view of downtown Wilmington and another of Mina Bernard. Front cover has "as sung with great success by Mina Bernard" on it. For voice.
View of the Victory Scrap Yard at the corner of N. Market and W. 38th Street in May of 1943. Two young boys are riding bicycles in the forefront with a sign for Delaware Olds Inc., a used car dealership, in the background.