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    Sale 2517 | Lot 31
    Estimate: $250 - $350
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      Sale 2517 Lot 31

      (CALIFORNIA.) Group of early San Francisco songsheets. 15 items, most about 9 x 4 inches, condition generally strong. San Francisco, CA, circa 1863-76 and undated

      Estimate $250 - 350

      "Dolly Varden." [San Francisco]: Bruce's Print, [1872?] * "The Yaller Girl That Winked at Me!" San Francisco: T.C. Boyd, [1860's] * "Lotta Lee." San Francisco: Bell & Company, [1872?] * "Little German Band." San Francisco: Bell & Company, [1872?] * "The Day When You'll Forget Me." San Francisco, [1875] * "You and I." Words and Music by Claribel. San Francisco: Bell & Company, [1875] * "Shamrock Green." San Francisco: T.C. Boyd, [1863?] * "Miss Ella Wesner's Great Character Sing, Oh! Nicodemus." San Francisco: Bell & Company, [1873?] * "Don't Be Angry with Me Darling." San Francisco: Bell & Company, [1872] * "All Among the Roses, or, Sweet Camilla May." San Francisco: Bell & Company, [1872] "Since Terry First Joined the Gang." San Francisco: Bell & Company, [1875] * "Since Mary Ann Learned How to Dance the Tra-La-La-Loo." San Francisco: Bell & Company, [1876] * "Pull Down the Blind." San Francisco: Bell & Company, [1875] * "A Starry Night for a Ramble." San Francisco: Bell & Company, [1872] * "Courting in the Rain." San Francisco: I.S. Cohen, [1872].