The Thomas A. Delong Collection consists of research material (clippings, notes, excerpts from books, lists, and correspondence) collected from numerous sources and repositories concerning the life and career of bandleader Paul Whiteman. These files were used to research Thomas Delong's book, "Pops: Paul Whiteman, King of Jazz", published in 1983 by New Century Publishers
New York : Atwill, [between 1834 and 1847?] -- -- written by the Honble J. Leander Starr ; composed by Miss E. Fanny Haworth -- [New York : Atwill, between 1834 and 1847?] -- -- New York : Atwill, [between 1834 and 1847?] -- -- [New York : Atwill, between 1834 and 1847?] -- -- Mendelssohn Bartholdy -- [New York : Atwill, between 1834 and 1847?] -- -- as performed by the Gung'l Band -- [New York : Atwill, between 1834 and 1847?] --
arranged for the guitar and respectfully dedicated to his pupil Miss Jane M. Hunt, by J. De Anguera -- Boston : John Ashton & Co., 1842 -- -- composed by Strauss ; arranged for the Spanish guitar -- Boston : Oliver Ditson, [between 1842 and 1845?] -- -- composed & respectfully dedicated to her serene highness the Princess Nicholas Esterhazy by her former music teacher Philip Ernst -- New York : Firth & Hall, c1842 -- -- composed & dedicated to his pupils by M. Richter -- Philadelphia : A. Fiot, [between 1834 and 1845?] -- -- arranged for the guitar and respectfully dedicated to his friend John J. Frisby Esqr. by F.T. Strawinski -- Baltimore : F.D. Benteen, c1844 -- -- arranged for the Spanish guittar and dedicated to T.A. Cromwell Esqr. by Geo. H. Derwort -- New York : Hewitt & Jaques, [between 1837 and 1845?] --
by John Garry -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker, [between 1852 and 1854?] -- -- composed for the piano and respectfully dedicated to Miss L.H. Chadbourn by J.P. Ordway -- Boston : E.H. Wade, c1849 -- -- as performed by the Germania Musical Socy. (at Newport) ; composed by W.H. Schultze -- Boston : E.H. Wade, c1853 -- -- by D. Balleyguier -- Philadelphia : A. Fiot, [before 1855?] -- -- composed by Francis H. Brown -- Boston : G.P. Reed & Co., c1851 -- -- Jullien -- Boston : Henry Tolman, c1854 -- -- Allen Dodworth -- New York : William Hall & Son, c1849 --
by Henri Cramer -- Boston : G.P. Reed & Co., [between 1839 and 1856] -- -- arranged for the piano by J.G. Maeder -- Boston : W.H. Oakes, c1848 -- -- par Ferd. Beyer -- New York : William Hall & Son, [circa 1851] -- -- arranged with variations for the piano by F. Hünten -- Boston : Oliver Ditson, [between 1849 and 1851] -- -- composed by D.F.E. Auber -- Boston : E.H. Wade, [c1841?] -- -- as performed at the Boston Museum ; music by M. Kelly and T. Comer ; arranged and adapted by T. Comer (Popular melodies from the magnificent oriental musical romance of the forty thieves) -- Boston : G.P. Reed & Co., 1849 --
University of Nebraska - Archives and Special Collections
Includes 2 copies of script for part V of the masque: 1776, a patriotic pageant ;15 vocal scores of Final chorus to masque of 1917 ; orchestra parts for Final chorus to masque of 1917 ; vocal score of Far and near from part I ; Old foundations for a new opera by Hartley Alexander reprinted from the University of California Chronicle, July, 1932 ; article on Henry Purmort Eames photocopied from American opera and its composers, c1927 ; History and the public: legacies of the progressive era by David Glassberg, photocopied from The journal of American history, March 1987
In his address at the Rural Life Conference of the American Country Life Association held in Richmond, Lindeman discusses issues of community organization and praises the Virginia Cooperative Education Association for its potential to be "the effective means of putting new motives into government and also of stimulating the private agencies.".