Maine Historical Society
Includes newspaper clippings, letters, printed materials, legal documents, many of which are contained in scrapbooks (there is some duplication between the document box and the scrapbooks). Dingley's wife, Miriam, annotated much of the material in the collection -- Topics represented include: biographical and genealogical material on Dingley and his wife, an autobiography of Dingley, school and fraternity materials, correspondence, legal and financial documents, and sheet music
Tobacco Valley Board of History
Sheet music for song entitled "You are the Star of our Hearts", written by Irene D. Collar
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, photograph albums, account books, notebooks, essays, and other materials, reflecting Keeler's activities -- Correspondence relates to her career as journalist and educator, including letters to editors, publishers, and readers regarding articles and publications, correspondence with Anna Ticknor and colleagues at Society to Encourage Studies at Home, and correspondence with parents, friends, and acquaintances. Diaries offer a daily account of her life and activities in Fremont, as well as details about her travels to Washington, D.C., New England, the East Coast, and eventually Europe, containing newspaper articles, programs, invitations, and memorabilia about her activities and those of friends and relatives. Keeler's photograph collections (ca. 2000 albumen and cyanotype prints arranged roughly chronologically in albums), include pictures of friends, family, gardens, homes, historic sites, and travels. Of particular note are candid pictures ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Administrative records (1916-1965); convention programs; publications, including Music and Musicians of Pennsylvania (1970); scrapbooks (1923-1963) containing programs, bulletins, clippings, and sheet music; summaries of board meetings; membership lists; sound recordings (2) of NFMC young artists award winners (1963); and files relating to Pennsylvania composers including David Amram, Margaret Garwood, Peter Mennin, Daniel Perlongo, and Conrad Susa
Fisk University,-- Fisk University Library and Media Center,-- The Special Collections
Materials include sheet music by Still
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, mostly of Gottschalk's sister, Clara Gottschalk Peterson, and music critic William L. Hawes, concerning their efforts to keep Gottschalk's music prominent, with some letters about copyrights and editions of Gottschalk's The Last Hope, composed in 1854, and about donation of Gottschalk memorabilia to Louisiana Historical Society and of a Gottschalk bust to the city of New Orleans; programs of concerts and recitals given by Peterson and others, featuring Gottschalk's music; photos; and sheet music and ms. music, mostly by Peterson
University of Kansas Libraries,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Instructions for playing various musical instruments, exercises, music for military marches, waltzes, and other styles of music, and similar material. Includes index
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
The W.E. "Tut" DeLano Collection contains sheet music and a letter by Corrine Slaughter that provides some background information on this item. The music, entitled "North Dakota: Teddy Roosevelt's West" was written by W.E. "Tut" DeLano and published by DeLano Music of Grand Forks, North Dakota in 1952. DeLano first published the song in 1925. The 1952 edition in this collection includes a brief history of the song (on the last page) and an additional chorus
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
Administrative includes annual reports, by-laws, newsletters, and other official papers. Finances-Treasurer includes financial records. Initiation and Membership includes initiation procedures and lists of members. Programs and Events includes information about professional programs and events. National Council includes files of the national chapter, including information about the local chapter
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, including letters from Tėffi to her daughter Valerii︠a︡ Grabovskai︠a︡; mss. of writings, consisting of handwritten copies of Tėffi's essays and humorous sketches, and several of her lyrics; drawings; ca. 100 photos, mainly depicting Tėffi but with some of others, among them Ekaterina Kuskova and Boris Panteleĭmonov; books and clippings of Tėffi's writings; sheet-music; and poems by Lolliĭ Lʹvov, Aleksandr Ot︠s︡up, Sergeĭ Potresov, and others. Correspondents include Mark Aldanov, Grigoriĭ Aleksinskiĭ, Aleksandr Amfiteatrov, Ivan Bunin, Boris Panteleĭmonov, Ilʹi︠a︡ Repin, Konstantin Simonov, and I︠A︡kov T︠S︡vibak (known as Andreĭ Sedykh)

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