Keffer Collection of Sheet Music,
Content and design by John Bewley
Philadelphia Lithographers: Schnabel & Finkeldey (Edward Schnabel (b. ca. 1819) and John F. Finkeldey)
Edward Schnabel was born around 1819 in Germany. He worked as a lithographer in Philadelphia in the 1850s. In 1853 Schnabel joined Morris H. Traubel, Theodore Leonhardt, and John F. Finkeldey in a short-lived firm they called the Lithographic Institute. Schnabel and Finkeldey were later together in the firms of Schnabel and Finkeldey, and Schnabel, Finkeldey and Demme.
Illustrations by John F. Finkeldey, Schnabel & Finkeldey, and Schnabel, Finkeldey & Demme in the Collection
|Item No.||Title||Imprint||Plate No.||Illustration||Thumbnail Image
|The American Hero's March / composed and dedicated to Lieut. General Winfield Scott by Francis Barrington
||Philadelphia : G. André & Co., 1861
||G.A. & Co. 549
||Portrait of Winfield Scott / Schnabel & Finkeldey Lith.
|Delavau's Quick Step / composed & arranged for the piano forte, and respectfully dedicated to Joseph Delavau by his friend C. S. Grafulla
||Philadelphia : Couenhoven, Scull & Co., 1852
||Portrait of Delavau and Grafulla, set within a floral wreath / lith. of M. H. Traubel ; J. F. Finkeldey, Lith. Press
|Pupils' Polka / composed and dedicated to the pupils of Hlasko's Dancing Academy by A. Tatzel, Senr.
||Philadelphia : G. André, 1857
||Pupils dancing in Hlasko's academy ballroom / Schnabel, Finkeldey & Demme Lith.
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