University of Toledo
There are 51 pieces of sheet music in this collection. Consisting largely of Toledo imprints, the collection spans a wide rang of dates and themes. It includes songs of war (the Civil War, WWI, and WWII) love songs, humorous songs, children's songs, patriotic songs, sentimental songs, and dance music. There are instrumental pieces as well as music with lyrics. The city of Toledo features in three of the songs about the life of a Toledo newsboy, Scott High School, and the Liberty Loan Campaign respectively. Of particular note are the number of songs and lyrics written by women as well as the cover art of many of the items. Finally, there are three pieces by Paul Laurence Dunbar, an important African American poet and lyricist (see the Herbert Woodward Martin Papers, MSS-015)
Harvard University - Loeb Music Library
Collection of pamphlets owned in full or in part by the composer and organist Sir John Stainer. Some of the items are programs on which his work was performed, some humorous music-related sheets bound together, the Good Friday program includes annotations, most likely by Purdy, of keys, number of singers used, changes in casting; the Crystal Palace program includes a presentation inscription to John Stainer from the author, dated February 8, 1897
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Printed sheet music including some mss. of songs and keyboard works and indexes, chiefly of American and English music, the type popular with American women during the first half of the 19th century, collected by Sarah Brown Herreshoff (1773-1846), Caroline L. Herreshoff, Louis Herreshoff, and other members of a Providence, R.I., family
Allen County Public Library - Genealogy Center
Allen County Public Library - Genealogy Center
Allen County Public Library - Genealogy Center
University of Virginia
An autograph album of a Miss Glasgow, of Virginia, contains autographs, 1842-1847, of American statesmen including John Quincy Adams, Millard Fillmore, Alexander H.H. Stuart, and Henry A. Wise
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of three manuscript music scores (undated): "The Ruler’s daughter," with lyrics; "Gen. King’s grand march"; "To the Daisy.".
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Chiefly letters to Schlesinger, including 38 from Wilkie Collins and 26 from Robert Franz; together with a few letters which Schlesinger probably collected for their autograph value. Many of the letters to Schlesinger concern his songs. Some are letters of thanks from persons to whom Schlesinger dedicated his songs. Others concern requests by Schlesinger for permission to set poems to music

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