Penn Library Department of Special Collections

William Penn

Keffer Collection of Sheet Music,
ca. 1790-1895

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Introduction
Collection History
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Focus on Philadelphia
Composers Publishers Lithographers Imagesand Music
List of Topics
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Philadelphia Lithographers: Morris H. Traubel (1820-1897)

Morris H. Traubel was born in 1820 in Frankfurt-am-Main in Germany. He studied lithography in Germany with Dorndorf. By 1853 Traubel was in Philadelphia where he joined Edward Schnabel, Theodore Leonhardt, and John F. Finkeldey in a short-lived firm called the Lithographic Institute. Traubel formed his own firm and continued to work in Philadelphia until his death in 1897.

Illustrations by Morris H. Traubel in the Collection

Item No.TitleImprintPlate No.IllustrationThumbnail Image
Box 28
no. 28
Amazon Gallop : the Gipsy Set. No. 10 / by E. Mack Washington, D.C. : John F. Ellis, 1868 None Gypsy mother and her children / M. H. Traubel, Lith. Amazon Gallop
Box 41
no. 38
Canary March / composed by C. F. Escher Philadelphia : C. F. Escher & Son, 1869 77-3 Girl in a window of a house watching her canaries / M. H. Traubel Lith. Canary March
Box 32
no. 2
The Carnival of Venice : burlesque for piano, op. 22 / composed by Alfred Jaell. 3rd ed. Philadelphia : G. André, 1852 G.A. 69 Scene of Venice / M. H. Traubel, lith. ; Lith. of Traubel & Co. Venice


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