Maine Historical Society
Contains programs, sheet music, manuscripts, and photographs -- Churches represented include: Park Street Church, Ocean Park, First Baptist Church Portland, Baptist Church Springvale, and Immanuel Baptist Church
Chicago Symphony Orchestra-- Rosenthal Archives
Material relating to the activities of the music club including program pages (pasted into the volumes) from all the CSO's subscription concerts at Orchestra Hall, brief descriptions of related lectures and performances given at the club meetings, complete membership rosters for each season including names and addresses, and lists of club officers -- Lectures occasionally cover other topics and musical groups including the Theodore Thomas Orchestra of Chicago, Chicago Grand Opera, the Evanston Musical Club, and Rose Fay Thomas's petition concerning the orchestra's name change. Prominent members represented include Mrs. M.C. Armour, Mrs. D.H. Burnham, Ellen Burnham, Mrs. Henry Mayer, Mrs. Max Paepke, Mrs. J.B. Sears, and Mrs. R.F. Seymour. Guest speakers represented include Rossetter Cole, Eric DeLamarter, Merwin Howe, Peter Christian Lutkin, Arne Oldberg, Frederick Stock, and Rose Fay Thomas
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Printed programs for theatrical and musical events held in San Antonio, Texas
Howard University,-- Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
Personal and family papers, correspondence, biographical writings, numerous concert programs, photographs, memorabilia, interview tapes and transcripts, and recordings relating to Harrison's career in the United States, Europe, and Canada; together with her music collection, including autographed copies of single compositions, music albums, and piano scores. Includes research materials compiled by Constance Hobson and Jean E. Cazort for their book, Born to Play: The Life and Career of Hazel Harrison (1983)
Arkansas History Commission
Concert program (15 June 1875) and Latin grammar examination (1875?)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra-- Rosenthal Archives
Programs collected by Thomas (ca. 1860-1900) as well as concert programs of groups conducted by Thomas (1864-1891) including the London programs at the Crystal Palace (1873-1894), St. James Hall (1860-1865), and Musical Union Society (1845-1856); the Philadelphia Symphony and Brooklyn Philharmonic (1886-1887); the Festival of North American Saengerbund, Saint Louis (1888); the Theodore Thomas Orchestra concerts (1886-1891); the Cincinnati May Festival programs (1880-1890), and Philadelphia Grand Opera concerts (1890); together with memorabilia donated by the family including awards, presentation batons, and silver gifts, and a two volume scrapbook of obituaries collected upon Thomas' death in 1905 -- Notable memorabilia includes a sterling silver "Horn of Plenty" presented to Thomas by composer and pianist Ignace Paderewski and a diamond and ruby encrusted gold mounted baton in black japanned box, presented to Thomas in 1891 by the Germania Club of Chicago
Berkshire County Historical Society
Autograph books, pamphlets, printed materials, newspaper clippings, photographs, bylaws, constitutions, biographies, and other materials. Includes autograph books and other papers of students, Mary E. Robeson, Mary L. Russell, Ellen E. Cooke, and Rosa M. Wyllys; school catalogs; concert programs; materials of the alumnae group, Maplewood Institute Association; and form letters and other items pertaining to the Maplewood Hotel, which was operated by Arthur W. Plumb on the property formerly occupied by the school from ca. 1884-1936. School owners/principals represented include William Hart Tyler, J. Holmes Agnew, Charles Vinal Spear, and Louis C. Stanton
Fisk University, Fisk University Library and Media Center, The Special Collections
Contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and printed materials -- Also contains a large group of programs from various concerts including the Fisk University Concert Series, together with sheet music written and used by Croley
Minnesota Historical Society
Certificates of incorporation and registration, constitutions and bylaws, minutes, bulletins, recital programs, financial statements, clippings, and membership data of the American Guild of Music Teachers and its Minneapolis and St. Paul chapters. The guild was formed in 1926 and incorporated in 1929 to raise the standards of musical arts and music teaching. Includes some correspondence with congressmen on legislation concerning the arts, and bulletins (1935-1937) of Alpha Gamma Mu, a fraternity of music teachers and students


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