Sheet music for the song When The War Breaks Out In Mexico I'm Going To Go To Montreal. The front cover features an illustration of a caricatured African American man running and following a sign for Montreal. To the left of the illustration there is a black and white photograph of Sophie Tucker. Blue type on top portion of front cover reads: [Written for laughing purposes only! / WHEN THE WAR BREAKS OUT IN MEXICO / I'M GOING TO GO TO MONTREAL / WORDS BY / J. BRANDON WALSH / MUSIC BY / ERNEST BREUER / WRITERS OF / "MOTHER GOOSE'S TANGO BALL" / "THE IRISH TANGO." ETC / Published for / BAND and ORCHESTRA]. The publisher’s logo in the bottom right of the cover reads: [Will Rossiter / The Chicago Publisher / 136 W. Lake St. Chicago, Ill. / Copyright MCMXIV By Will Rossiter]. There is a signature in the bottom left hidden in the illustration that reads [STARMER]. The interior of the sheet music consist of four pages of music bars and notes, in black print, for the song. The back cover features advertisements for additional songs in blue print.
Sheet music for songs from Rusco & Hockwald’s Famous Georgia Minstrels’. The front cover features blue and white images of W. A. Rusco [top left] and Arthur Hockwald [bottom right]. There are also two caricatured illustrations of African American men, one positioned behind the “G” in the word Georgia, and one playing the banjo next to Hockwald’s image. Red and black type on front cover reads: [NEARLY HALF A CENTURY OF SUCCESS / FORTY PEOPLE / BAND AND ORCHESTRA / RUSCO & HOCKWALD'S / FAMOUS / GEORGIA / MINSTRELS' /SONG / ALBUM / PRICE 50¢]. A text box at the bottom reads: [HAROLD ROSSITER MUSIC COMPANY / Chicago - 323-325 W. Madison St. - Illinois]. The inside of the front cover has red ink and is titled: [New Jokes by Old Jokers]. The sheet music interior has sixteen pages in black ink. The pages include music bars and notes, lists of songs, jokes, and cartoons. The back inside cover is also in red ink and is titled: [Komikal Konundrums]. The back cover in black ink reads: [WITCHES' DICTIONARY OF DREAMS].
Sheet music for the song "That Nigger Treated Me All Right." The front cover of the sheet music features an image of a white woman in a dress. The image has a blue hue. A colorful design borders the image. Blue type on the front cover reads: [That Nigger / Treated Me All Right / AS SUNG BY / FLO IRWIN / WORDS AND MUSIC BY / Walter Hausley / AUTHOR OF / FLO I LOVE YOU SO / I'll Carve That Nigger When / We Meet ]. Underneath the image is another text box that reads: [FLO-IRWIN / MUSICAL SUPPLEMENT / TO THE / SUNDAY EXAMINER / PUBLISHED BY WILL ROSSITER CHICAGO ILL N.Y.]. The interior of the sheet music has two pages of music bars and notes, in black ink, for the song. The music bars and notes for the song continue on the back cover in blue ink. At the bottom of the music bars, the lyrics are written out.