My wife also has the same print. It depicts two young ladies at a harp. The one seated is in pink, the one holding the sheet music is in white and blue. Sh acquired that one and another this past Christmas. The second one is of a man reading to a young lady in a large colonial style room. She is reclined against him and is appears very intent on what is being read.
Yesterday, while browsing through a shop in Boerne, Texas, I acquired yet a third print. This is of a young lady sitting on a bench feeding two or three white doves.
All three prints are copyrighted, and dated. The man reading to the woman is dated 1899. The two ladies and the hard is dated 1900, and the lady feeding the doves is dated 1901. The first two 1899 and 1900 have the copyright and company logo if you will, on the lower left (as one faces the print) The 1901 logo is on the lower right. It might be interesting to note that all three state exactly the same thing with the exception of the date. they state " Copyright The Ullman MFG'CO New York. None of them have any indication of Michigan on them.
I might be of interest to you to know that the Ullman company, around the turn of the century also manufactured wooden puzzles with some of the same era type pictures.