Illustrated t.p. depicts troops with a tank, cannon, and ambulance marching across the Rhine River on a pontoon bridge along side of a destroyed bridge. Biplanes fly above. Signed "Starmer".
Advertisement at bottom of p. 2: The food you save in your kitchen goes to the soldiers' mess at the front. Advertisement at the bottom of p. 3: Food is ammunition, don't waste it. Publisher's advertisement on verso of p. 3. has t.p. and page of music (reduced) for: Bing! Bang! Bing 'em on the Rhine / words and music by Jack Mahoney & Allan Flynn. Advertisement also has list of about 70 new song hits and new instrumental hits. At top of advertisement: Do your bit, we've wheat to spare, send our Allies' share "Over there" for victory, help win the war. Plate: 3737 4 : Jerome H. Remick Printing Co.
This sheet music for the song "Tackin' 'Em Down" was written by Bud De Sylva and composed by Albert Gumble. The music was published by Remick and Co. of New York, New York in 1908. The cover features an illustration of a man and woman dancing in a striped wallpapered room. The song “Tackin’ ‘em Down” taught a new dance of the same name, where “at first you hold your sweetie tight, and eagle rock with all your might, and then you stamp your heels in time with the melody, that’s called “tackin’ ‘em down.”
Sheet music for the song Jessamine. The front cover of the sheet music features an illustration of a woman at center, surrounded by a flower border. A black and white photograph of a woman in blackface appears in bottom right corner with a caption in black type that reads: [Artie Hall]. Black type on front cover reads: [JESSAMINE / SONG / WORDS & MUSIC / by / ALBERT GUMBLE]. The publisher’s information is at the bottom of the cover and reads: [JEROME H REMICK & CO. Successors to WHITNEY WARNER PUB. CO. NEW YORK - DETROIT]. The back side of the front cover in black ink has an advertisement and music for a shorter song titled: [“My Irish Molly O”]. The interior of the sheet music contains three pages of music bars and notes for the song Jessamine in black ink. The back cover has an advertisement for other songs the publisher has printed.