University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of an album of handwritten song lyrics and poetry. Information on the inside covers identifies the owner of the album as Miss Mollie Watts. Later in the album, other friends and family have written notes
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of one score: titled Good night! "Song, composed and dedicated to Miss Maria Dodge by W. Hartmann. New York. "
University of California, Berkeley
Arnold Elston was Professor of Music at the University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Berkeley
Collection of scores of vocal and instrumental music, showing various stages of Koechlin's compositional process, from sketches to completed works. Includes songs, choral works, orchestral works (including works for clarinet, and flute), and film scores
Ohio History Connection
Chocolate manufacturer and businessman of Cleveland, O. and Fla. Business records from Forbes's various companies (1890-1975) and personal and family papers (1824-1976.) Contact repository for more information
Ohio History Connection
Correspondence, circular letters, diaries, spiritual communications, divine revelations, manifestations of faith and religious experiences, religious writings, an autobiography, hymns, poems, children's newspaper and lessons, school records, membership record, laws of church and community, legal documents, financial records, tailor's books, scrapbook, autograph book, and miscellaneous papers relating chiefly to the Ohio Shaker communities at North Union, Union Village, and Water Vliet
Ohio History Connection
Attorney of Columbus, Ohio. Research collection amassed by Boehm to complete his article "Tod B. Galloway: Buckeye Jongleur, Composer of the 'Wiffenpoof Song, '" which was published in "Ohio History" (83:4). Papers contain drafts and final versions of the article in typewritten form, handwritten research notes, correspondence and photocopied source documentation. Contact repository for more information
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
This anonymous commonplace book, written in French, contains quotations on moral topics from widely read French authors of the later 18th century
US Army Heritage and Education Center
The Henry C. Gary Collection documents Gary's military service during the Spanish-American War. Seventeen letters to and from Gary make up the bulk of the collection. The letters are primarily from his service in the Spanish American War in 1898. In his letters, Gary describes his living conditions, events in Puerto Rico, and his difficulty sending money home to family and friends. The collection also contains letters regarding Gary's pensions applications from the 1930s, his discharge certificate, lyrics to an untitled Freemason song, an oversize promotion certificate, and a photograph of Gary in his United Spanish War Veterans uniform
Guilford Free Library
Traces Norton family history from early ancestors in France and England through Thomas Norton (d. 1648) who left England in 1639 for Guilford, Conn -- Includes descriptions of the sinking of Vincent Vlach's ship, the U.S.S. Arizona at Pearl Harbor in 1941; and the story of "Taps", the bugle call composed by Daniel Butterfield first played in July 1862 by brigade bugler Oliver Wilcox Norton for the Army of the Potomac and the marker in its honor placed at Berkeley Plantation, Va