(A) 'A History of Music in Australia, Early Period: N.S.W. 1788-1847'; draft of articles, c.1950-c.1953. Printed version in Canon, vol. 4 no. 6 Jan. 1951-vol. 7 no. 5-6 Dec.-Jan. 1953-1954, held at ML780.5/1 (b) 'We Began with a Piano', c.1950-c.1953. (c) Correspondence, 11 July 1950-8 June 1955, with various libraries re. the history of music in Australia, including correspondence with Mrs M. Tracy re. her father Stephen Hale Marsh, an early Sydney musician. (d) Research notes, c.1950-c.1953 re history of music in Australia. Index to research notes, c.1950-c.1953. (e) Index, compiled by J.L. Hall to A.B.C. Weekly 1950-1951, held at ML Q654.1905/2. (f) Miscellaneous research notes, including photocopies of research material and music. (g) Newscuttings, c.1951-c.1953
Papers concern the career of Dunn, music educator, secretary of South Plains Music Assoociation, president of Texas Music Teachers Association, and chairman of the Applied Music Division of the Texas Department of Education, and pertain to the early history of music in Texas, Texas State Music Festivals, Texas Federation of Music Clubs, Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, and to Dunn's efforts to obtain accreditation in the state school system for private music instruction
Papers contain four scrapbooks, student essays, literary productions, programs, newspaper clippings, and photographs pertaining to Blitz's music career and the history of music in New Mexico and Texas (1907-1934)
New Mexico State University - Archives and Special Collections Center
Contains sheet music for six songs composed by Elizabeth Garrett: "The Rain-Drops," "The Humming Bird," "Lullaby," "O Love of Mine," "The Little Flag On Our House," and "I Long To Be With Her in Louisiana.".
Papers of the Darden family, including genealogical data, correspondence, deeds, diaries, wills, and scrapbooks. The papers include ten Civil War letters written by Andrew Jackson Allensworth, William R. Oursler, R.A. Oursler, E. Hewitt, and W.O. Judkin. Twelve volumes of diaries of Ellen Hughes Allensworth cover the years 1879-1910. Mrs. Allensworth lived in San Antonio, Texas during this period. There are scrapbooks dealing with music, the writings of humorist Bill Nye, Ward Belmont College in Nashville, Tennessee, the Cumberland Chapter of the DAR, 1932, and photographs of trips across the southeastern United States, the Bahamas, Canada, Cuba, and Mexico. Family names covered in the genealogical material include Allensworth, Carter, Darden, Hughes, Liveley, Lockert, Mansfield, Oursler, Peter, Skelton, Stansbury, and Whitehead