||'Neath the Old Oak by the Mill
||1 (3 stanzas)
||1881 – Baltimore: George Willig & Co. Publishers
||Geo C. Knapp (possibly Georg Christian Knapp the theologian? ... don't know.)
||When the birds have ceased their warblings \\ and all natures hushed and still
||Miss Lottie Betzel of San Francisco
||Voice, chorus, piano
Levy Collection copy has "Sung with Immence Success by Mr. Will. E. Nankiville of Haverly and Cleveland's Minstrels".