University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Typed and holograph manuscripts, sheet music, correspondence, clippings, financial statements, contracts and legal documents, appointment books, notes, magazines, and photographs document the life and work of Anthony Burgess from 1956 to 1997, with the bulk of the materials dating from the 1970s through the 1980s, his most productive years
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The bulk of the collection consists of scripts and actors' sides for more than one hundred sketches, burlesques, and pantomimes dating from pastor's earliest days as the manager of Tony Pastor's Opera House in 1866 on up to his heyday at the Fourteenth Street Theatre in the 1880s. The range of topics is narrow, with rags to riches stories and abductions being common. Many of the unsigned sketches may have been written by Pastor himself. Identified authors include John F. Poole, Charles F. Seabert, James Coleman Glynn, and J.C. Stewart
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Nearly all of Miss Swanson's sixty-six motion pictures, 1914-1975, are represented by film stills and other materials. This collection does include some of Swanson's film holdings, though most were acquired by George Eastman House in 1967. Coverage is sparsest for her beginnings at Essanay Studios, Sennett/Keystone Studios, and Triangle Company. The Famous Players-Lasky Corp./Paramount Pictures period, 1919-1926, is more comprehensively documented with groups of stills and scrapbooks, clippings, correspondence, contracts, and publicity items. The substantial correspondence, financial, legal, and production records of the United Artists years, 1925-1933, occupy forty boxes, yet only meagre files for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Fox Films, and Columbia Pictures Corp. represent Swanson's career for the remainder of the 1930s. Records of the scattered later films with RKO Radio Pictures, Paramount Pictures Corp., Warner Brothers, Titanus-Lux Films, and Universal City Studios, Inc. ... Read More
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Materials of the Savez Kanadskih Hrvata (ca. 1940-1950s) include playscripts and sheet music of the organization's drama and music section. Also included are a few poems and a speech of Josef Tito from the newspaper, Rijeckilist. Nas Kalendar (Yugoslav-Canadian Yearbook, 1958) has been separated from the collection
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Papers (1966-1971) of Lionel B. Davis consist of a typescript of a master's degree paper and another college paper on Finnish-American dance music (waltzes). Also included is sheet music in manuscript, with Finnish titles, of Schottische dance tunes
Maine Historical Society
Contains account books, printed books (including law books and children's books), correspondence, and sheet music. Persons, places, and topics represented include: Portland Pier, Elias Thomas & Co., Portland Company, Chapman Electric Neutralizer Company, and William Widgery Thomas, Sr. and Jr
Boston Athenaeum
Collection of sheet music reflecting support for the Southern cause during the Civil War era, mainly published in southern or border state cities under U.S. military occupation between 1861 and 1865, particularly Baltimore, Louisville, Nashville, and New Orleans (A.E. Blackmar), but also including Boston, New York, St. Louis, and London, England. The collection is organized alphabetically by title within each box. Collection consists of patriotic, sentimental, inspirational, commemorative and memorial music (and often lyrics) for songs, hymns, anthems, marches, and dances (polka, schottisch). Themes and subjects include: Patriotism and the Confederacy (Confederacy march, Bonnie blue flag); military leaders (Beauregard's march, Stonewall quick step); Confederate troops (Volunteer waltz, Washington Artillery polka march); loved ones at home (Do they think of me at home?, Laura polka, Popping the question); African Americans (Contraband schottisch, Poor oppressed); and Southern defeat ... Read More
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
Accession 14846: Digital copies of posters (11 cds), LP covers (3 cds), programs (4 cds), photographs (3 cds), miscellanea (1 cd). All cds contain JPG and TIFF versions of each image, 2003 (.10 cubic feet, 1 flat box)
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Papers (1912-1976) of Nicola Berardinelli (1892- ), an Italian American composer, conductor, operatic baritone, voice teacher, and author, who came to the United States in 1910, consist of photographs; sheet music; playbills; programs; and newspaper clippings; Most materials pertain to Berardinelli's activities in Chicago, New York, and Denver
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Collection (1923-1938) includes approximately 250 manuscript and typescript plays; performance announcements; posters; and sheet music of Dramatski Zbor "Nada," a Croatian American dramatic society


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