Keffer Collection of Sheet Music,
Content and design by John Bewley
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.||Title||Imprint||Plate No.||Illustration||Thumbnail Image
|Amazon Gallop : the Gipsy Set. No. 10 / by E. Mack
||Washington, D.C. : John F. Ellis, 1868
||Gypsy mother and her children / M. H. Traubel, Lith.
|Canary March / composed by C. F. Escher
||Philadelphia : C. F. Escher & Son, 1869
||Girl in a window of a house watching her canaries / M. H. Traubel Lith.
|The Carnival of Venice : burlesque for piano, op. 22 / composed by Alfred Jaell. 3rd ed.
||Philadelphia : G. André, 1852
||Scene of Venice / M. H. Traubel, lith. ; Lith. of Traubel & Co.
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