Keffer Collection of Sheet Music,
Content and design by John Bewley
Philadelphia Lithographers: Dominique C. Fabronius
Dominique C. Fabronius emigrated to the United States in the 1850s. He worked in Philadelphia and Cincinnati before moving in 1861 to Boston where he worked with lithographer Franklin N. Carter. Fabronius moved to New York in 1865 and continued working there into the 1870s.
Illustrations by Dominique C. Fabronius in the Collection
|Item No.||Title||Imprint||Plate No.||Illustration||Thumbnail Image
|McClellan is the Man / poetry by Charles Leighton ; music by Henry Cromwell
||Boston : G. D. Russell, 1864
||Portrait of General George B. McClellan / Fabronius ; Pho. by Black & Case ; F. N. Carter Lith.
|On Picket Duty / words by R. Torrey, Jr. ; music by Carl Lazare
||Boston : G. D. Russell & Company, 1864
||Two young soldiers with an older soldier between them / Fabronius ; F. N. Carter Lith. ; "Drawn from the original statuette by permission of the sculptor, John Rogers"
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