Carroll, Nancy G.University of Wisconsin, Madison - Archives and Special Collections2 v. . ;Nancy Carroll lives near Baltimore, Maryland and attends The Masters boarding school in Dobbs Ferry, New York. The Carroll family traces it's ancestry in America to 1688 and also to a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Her family is wealthy and she writes of shopping in New York, the theater, her horse and competitions, and other social activities. She writes of school activities including exercising, drama, and music lessons. The first diary begins Sept. 21, 1926 and the second ends Sept. 20, 1938. Summer activities include tutoring for her brother and herself and riding competitions with her horse, as well as social activities and trips.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Varney, Louis, 1844-1908.University of Wisconsin, Madison - Archives and Special Collections184 items.Arranged in five groups: I. Vocal scores (56 in 57 parts). II. Vocal parts (4). III. Promptbooks (13 in 15 parts). IV. Dialogue parts (108).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Offenbach, Jacques, 1819-1880.University of Wisconsin, Madison - Archives and Special Collections47 items.Arranged in four groups: I. Vocal scores (10). II. Vocal parts (2). III. Promptbooks (7 in 8 vols.). IV. Dialogue parts (27).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Ennery, Adolphe d', 1811-1899.University of Wisconsin, Madison - Archives and Special Collections21 items.Arranged in two groups: I. Promptbooks (1 in 6 vols.). II. Dialogue parts (15).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912.University of Wisconsin, Madison - Archives and Special Collections2 items.Both scores were published by Heugel (Paris, 1892). The vocal score is in French and carries the pl. no. G.H. et Cie. 1812. The piano score bears the pl. no. H. et Cie. 9268. The transcription for solo piano is by Raoul Pugno.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Zois, Hans von, 1861-1924.University of Wisconsin, Madison - Archives and Special Collections1 item.One holograph promptbook, in German, carrying the stamp of Aug. Cranz (Hamburg, n.d.).Contact InformationCatalog Record
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