The Bancroft Library
Correspondence that Bernhard Neustadter (who lived in California in the late 1880s) received from his family in Berlin and Posen (now Poznań, in Poland) and a letter which he sent to his wife, Adaline, during a visit to Germany (1881). Also includes a card from the family's clothing business in Berlin (1873); a marriage certificate of Bernhard Neustadter and Adaline Lobree; lists of the passengers for the ships that Neustadter sailed on (1881); and a menu and a transcription of some of the songs that were sung at the wedding of Clara Nathan and Siegismund Elkeles (1881)
American Jewish Archives
Includes correspondence, sermon, and newspaper clippings concerning the "Hymn book for Jewish worship," compiled and published by Landsberg and Sol Wile
Holocaust Center of Northern California
Survivor testimony of May -- Describes her experiences of being deported to Terezín (at the time in Czechoslovakia); life in camp; involvement in clandestine cultural life; choral group; Raphael Schachter; filming of propaganda film: "Hitler gives a city to the Jews"; visit of Red Cross; and life after liberation (including her emigration to the U.S.). Subtitle of testimony: The way I experienced the Holocaust
Maine Historical Society
Orderly book (v. 1) kept by Tufts and later by Major John Rowe, both of the 8th Massachusetts Regiment (1783 May 27); together with orderly book (v. 1), attributed to Rowe, containing poetry and song
Maine Folklife Center,-- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Ingraham sings 14 of his original songs, at (NAFOH) Orono, including "Officer Patterson," "Little Tree," "Can of Worms," "The Hairpiece that Belonged to Mayor Brountas," "Robert Newall," "Barbara's Gone," "Chester Greenwood," "Jimmy Carter Came To Town," "Union River," "Son, Don't You Ever Get Married," "The Shadow of Katahdin," "Back in Maine Again," "Don't Come To Bangor," and "Almost Persuaded" -- Includes sheet music for some of the songs
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, certificates, newspaper clippings, photos, and other papers, relating to Nowak's activities with local and national Polish singing groups promoting Polish music and culture. Includes minutes, constitutions, histories, song sheets, applications, financial records, programs, and printed materials, relating to Polish National Choir, Cleveland, Ohio, and its association with Polish Singers Alliance of America, and material relating to the Nowak family
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, documents, programs, scores, clippings, recordings, photos, and other papers. Correspondents include Yehudi Menuhin, Darius Milhaud, Gertrud Schoenberg, Igor Stravinsky, and Rosbaud's brother, Dr. Paul Rosbaud. Part of the Moldenhauer Archives
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, oral history interviews, audio and video tapes, biographies of clergy, periodicals, newspapers, books, hymnals, songs, yearbooks, church school and mission histories, photos, and other papers, relating to African American Holiness Pentecostals, particularly Oneness groups. Includes Florida Writers Project files on churches; WPA religious directories from all states; FBI documents on black leaders and church activities; materials of Church of God in Christ, Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, and various leader centered groups such as Father Divine and Daddy Grace; and information concerning presentations at national meetings of various organizations. Subjects include gospel music, civil rights, anthropology, black history, Black Jews, Muslims, Black Muslims, interdenominational cooperation, and black populations in Africa and other continents
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Concert programs, tickets, vocal, piano, instrumental, dance, and organ music, music encyclopedia, instructional manuals, hymnals, sheet music, scrapbooks, cylinders for Edison record player, catalogs, periodicals, newspaper clippings, and other materials, reflecting musical activities in Manchester, N.H., including records of Manchester Opera House; information relating to Union Army bands during the Civil War; music of Manchester composers, E.T. Baldwin and Herbert R. Fisher; collections of Walter Dignam, Hazel Kimball, William McAllister, and local musicians; records of Smyth Institute of Music; and music played by performers at Harugari Club. Also includes materials pertaining to painting and photography including information concerning exhibits; miscellaneous materials of Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, and Historic Art Club; exhibit of Henry W. Herrick; sepia photos; and publications; and proceedings, newsletters, programs, and other records of ... Read More
Stephen F. Austin State University,-- East Texas Research Center
Papers relating to Hill's career as band director in Texas public schools and at Sam Houston State College (1934-1966), and as composer of swing and jazz music, and his military career during World War II. Includes photos of bands and U.S. Army base activities at camps in Texas, conductor's scores of musical compositions, newspaper clippings, concert programs and publicity, correspondence, articles on music education and theory, and other papers