Penn Library Department of Special Collections

William Penn

Keffer Collection of Sheet Music,
ca. 1790-1895

Content and design by John Bewley


Introduction
Collection History
Guide Statistics
Focus on Philadelphia
Composers Publishers Lithographers Imagesand Music
List of Topics
Related Resources


Philadelphia Lithographers: John Henry Camp (1822-1881)

John Henry Camp was born in Prussia. He was partners with Lewis Brechemin for about a year after first being listed in the Philadelphia Directory in 1847. Augustus Koellner was the artist for Camp's lithography and the two shared the same quarters at Second and Dock Streets for three years. Camp moved his operations to the Artisans Building in Ranstead Place, between Fourth and Fifth Streets in 1851. The building burned to the ground on April 11, 1856.

Illustrations by John Henry Camp in the Collection

Item No.TitleImprintPlate No.IllustrationThumbnail Image
Box 36
no. 50
The United States Polka / composed for the piano forte, and respectfully dedicated to the United States Fire Company of Philadelphia by William Wolsieffer [Philadelphia : W. Wolsieffer, 18--] None United States Fire Company U.S. Fire Co.


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