El Libertador. The Examiner's March, by F. Fanciulli Formerly Leader of the U.S. Marine Band at Washington D.C. Dedicated to Karl Decker. Copyrighted Nov. 21, 1897. Supplement to The Examiner Jan. 9, 1898. F. Fanciulli.

El Libertador. The Examiner's March, by F. Fanciulli Formerly Leader of the U.S. Marine Band at Washington D.C. Dedicated to Karl Decker. Copyrighted Nov. 21, 1897. Supplement to The Examiner Jan. 9, 1898.

San Francisco: the newspaper, 1898. Sheet_music. Single folio leaf folded once to make a 14x11 inch sheet music brochure with two graphics in color. Content, music notation for a martial air. Graphics show an armed "spirit of patriotism" on front cover, her sword collapsing a flag back cover: a run-up to the Spanish American War which Examiner's Hearst promoted. Good copy, printed on thickish partially-alkaline paper; has a little edgewear and dust, a two narrow sun-lines.

Cat.No: 254153

Price: $25.00