New York: H. De Marsan, Ca. 1860. Civil War broadside song sheet with lyrics printed within an elaborate decorative border, a Union soldier at the left and a slave at the right, with flags and federal crest at top, written by Harrison Millard (1830-1895).
The text of the song has two eight-line stanzas, each with chorus. The first verse as follows:
Nobly our Flag flutters o’er us to-day,
Emblem of peace, Pledge of Liberty’s sway;
Its foes shall tremble and shrink in dismay.
If e’er insulted It be!
Our Stripes and Stars, loved and honored by all
Shall float forever where Freedom may call:
It still shall be the Flag of the Free,
Emblem of sweet Liberty!
A bit ruffled at edges, a very faint crescent shaped damp mark, slt toned top margin. 6 1/4 x 10". OCLC: 56537792. Good + condition. Item #20838