Charles Magnus is listed at 12 Frankfort St. in New York City directories for 1861 through 1867. Works also listing the Washington DC imprint appear to have been published 1863-1864.
Song lettersheet text in blue; one column; not lined on verso; three eight-line stanzas, each with chorus, beneath Magnus headpiece displaying hand-colored illustration of "Camp Scene" at the refreshment tent (from photograph) No. 13.
"Ten illustrated Songs on Notepaper, mailed to any Address on receipt of 50 Cents."--beneath text.
At foot: "Charles Magnus, No. 12 Frankfort Street, N. Y., and 520 7th Street, Washington, D. C."
Date based on fact that Union conscription became an issue after the passage of the draft act in March 1863 and contemporaneous city directory listings.
Published and sung by James D. Gay ... No. 300 North 20th above Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Song lettersheet text in blue; one column; lined on verso; cropped at fold; four eight-line stanzas, beneath Magnus headpiece displaying hand-colored illustration of a camp scene at the refreshment tent with Zouave standing on right.
At foot: "Ten illustrated Songs .... Published by Chas. Magnus, 12 Frankfort St., N. Y."