Any bonds today? copyright by Henry Morgenthau, Jr., secretary of the treasury. Irving Berlin, words and music.

Any bonds today? copyright by Henry Morgenthau, Jr., secretary of the treasury

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1941. Sheet music, 5p., standard format plain printed 12x9 inch self-wraps with Morganthau's name in bold on the cover. Titling enclosed in cartouche which is slightly silverfished and edgeworn, a good copy of a real anomaly. Sample verse: "Any stamps to-day? We'll be blest / if we all in-vest / in the U. S. / A.-- Here comes the free-dom man, Can't make to-mor-ow's plan-- Not un-less you buy a share of free-dom" et cet cet cet.

Googles as "the theme song of the National Defense Savings Program," written at the request of the treasurer and "transferred" to him.

Cat.No: 169394

Price: $15.00