The Bancroft Library
The collection contains handwritten scores, music, and librettos composed by Weil; correspondence about the Oscar Weil Scholarship Fund, established in 1921; letters about Weil from Albert I. Elkus, Harold Bauer, Efrem Zimbalist, Josef Lhevinne, and others; and Weil's broken cane
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Collection contains score manuscripts, published scores, proofs, correspondence, programs, and clippings. Also includes scrapbooks, books, journals, photographs, business records, personal financial records, legal documents, CDs, LPs, open-reel tapes, cassette tapes, and memorabilia
University of Idaho
The bulk of William A. Billingsley's papers spans approximately the years 1961 to 1993. Most of the materials are undated sketches of compositions. There are a few assorted arrangements from the 1940s
University of Idaho
The collection consists mainly of arrangements, with a few other materials
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
This collection includes American Christmas ephemera of all sorts, brochures, broadsides, scripts, sheet music, programs, clippings, articles, advertisements, Christmas cards, buttons, and some realia. Traditional Christmas items, both secular and religious are covered such as "The Night Before Christmas", "A Christmas Carol", and Handel's "The Messiah.".
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
A collection of printed and visual sources on popular performers, predominantly from United States sources even for foreign performers, from the late 1800s to today in nearly every printed and two-dimensional visual format known. Advertisments; broadsides; correspondence; newspapers (whole and clippings); programs for concerts, plays, movies and music festivals; cartoons; photographs; photo albums; tribute magazines; obituaries; pictorial biographies; play scripts; music scores; tickets; VHS tapes; website printouts
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The materials in this series were separate from other collection materials due to their formats which necessitated alternative storage. Extensive cross references appear in the collection inventory in order to link these items intellectually with the materials described in the preceding series
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Manuscripts and correspondence make up the bulk of the James Joyce Collection, 1899-1968. Part of the collection comprises original Joyce material, but most of the collection is material about Joyce, including research and criticism
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Comprise correspondence, manuscripts, notes, scrapbooks, clippings, receipts, music scores, and a collection of autographs that reflect Smith's theater career and his interest in book and manuscript collecting primarily from 1890 to 1930. Smith collaborated on operas and operettas with Reginald DeKoven, Victor Herbert, Irving Berlin, Ivan Caryl, Jerome Kern, and John Philip Sousa, among others. His correspondence with his collaborators, actors, actresses, and publishers centers around his theater projects and book and manuscript collecting. Smith's own correspondence is interfiled with autograph letters he collected by well-known writers and actors such as Joanna Baillie, Dion Boucicault, George Coleman, Robert William Elliston, David Garrick, Charles John Kean, and Mitchell Kennerley. Writings by Smith include over fifty scenarios, synopses, and musical plays, as well as fictional pieces, articles about collecting books and manuscripts, and notes and drafts for A Sentimental Library ... Read More
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, printed matetial, photographs, postcards, financial documents, musical scores, maps, artwork, a legal document, and a diary relating to Cyril Kay-Scott and Evelyn Scott, dating 1881-1987, gathered over a period of time by Henry Turlington. The collection subsequently bulks in areas that reflect Turlington's interests, largely material relating to Kay-Scott's creative works, the Evelyn Scott Fund, and David Arthur Callard's biography of Evelyn Scott, Pretty Good for a Woman