Boulton, R., Sarah Lavanburg Straus: African Expedition, American Museum of Natural History Research Library, 1929
Sarah Lavanburg Straus (1861-1945), widow of Oscar S. Straus, went to Africa in 1929 at the age of 68 on a group bird collection expedition for the…
Africa, Birds, Mammals, Music, Sarah Lavanburg Straus, Straus Family
Mike Peel, Morgan Library and Museum, Morgan Library & Museum, 2017
A photograph of the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City.
Formed in 1906 to hold the private collection of banker J.P. Morgan, this library…
20th Century, Art, J.P. Morgan, Morgan Library and Museum, Music, NY, NYC
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, Battle Hymn Of The Republic, Library of Congress, Unknown
Glory! Glory! Hallelujah! His truth is marching on.
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe
A song sheet to play the Battle Hymn Of The Republic.
One of the most popular…
Abolition, Civil War, John Brown, Music, Republic, United States
Unknown, The March King: John Philip Sousa 1854-1932, Library of Congress, n.d.
"John Philip Sousa was born in Washington, D. C. in 1854. He received his early education in Washington public schools, while studying music at a…
John Philip Sousa, March King, Music
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