University of West Florida,-- Special Collections Dept
Scrapbooks, programs, photographs, and miscellaneous papers (1938-1970). Includes file of programs (1946-1970) and chronological files of past performances (1938-1970); together with publications of the Music Study Club of Pensacola (1927-1970)
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Scrapbooks (5 v.) containing newspaper clippings of Lawson's columns (1937, 1961-1966) covering the theater and night life published in Cape Cod Colonial, Manhattan, Variety, New Beacon, Cape Cod News, and other newspapers and periodicals; ms. of her book Theater on Cape Cod (1969); research materials for her television program Star Nite and her book Yesterday's Cape Cod (1975); correspondence (1967-1968) from Richard Aldrich, director and producer at Cape Playhouse (Dennis, Mass.) relating to the history of summer theater on Cape Cod; and playbills and programs (ca. 1946-1978) from various Cape Cod theaters
University of Montana--Missoula,-- Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library,-- K. Ross Toole Archives
Accounting ledger -- Payments recorded include items such as COD charges for incoming films, road show expenses, organ repair, stagehands' wages, cleaning bills, utility bills, advertising expenses in the Missoulian, fees for "added attractions," and charges by film companies like United Artists Corp. and Goldwyn Distribution Corp. Incoming monies are primarily from local daily ticket sales and road shows
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Concert programs, tickets, vocal, piano, instrumental, dance, and organ music, music encyclopedia, instructional manuals, hymnals, sheet music, scrapbooks, cylinders for Edison record player, catalogs, periodicals, newspaper clippings, and other materials, reflecting musical activities in Manchester, N.H., including records of Manchester Opera House; information relating to Union Army bands during the Civil War; music of Manchester composers, E.T. Baldwin and Herbert R. Fisher; collections of Walter Dignam, Hazel Kimball, William McAllister, and local musicians; records of Smyth Institute of Music; and music played by performers at Harugari Club. Also includes materials pertaining to painting and photography including information concerning exhibits; miscellaneous materials of Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, and Historic Art Club; exhibit of Henry W. Herrick; sepia photos; and publications; and proceedings, newsletters, programs, and other records of ... Read More
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Correspondence, financial records, orders and inquiries, payrolls, advertising records, company yearbooks and almanacs, newsletters, convention materials, press releases and clippings, of Walker's company, Madam C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis, Ind., manufacturer and seller of cosmetics and hair products for black women, and its officers, including Walker, her daughter, A'Lelia Walker Robinson (1885-1931), Freeman B. Ransom (1882-1947), company lawyer (1911-1947) and general manager (1918-1947), and Robert Brokenburr (1886-1974), general manager (1947-1955) and board chairman (1945-1974); together with records of affiliated beauty schools in Indianapolis, Chicago, Ill., Kansas City, Mo., Washington, D.C., and Tulsa, Okla.; records of Walker Company Benevolent Association, an organization for company agents, and records of its unions in Newark and Atlantic City, N.J., Baltimore, Md., Cincinnati, Ohio, Knoxville, Tenn., and New York and White Plains, N.Y.; and records of ... Read More
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Records of the company's Indiana operations, including theaters, and restaurants in Fort Wayne and elsewhere franchised from McDonald's Corporation. Includes correspondence and business records relating to management, supplies, expenses, and accounting, for the subsidiary businesses; records (1942-1959) relating to theater openings, promotions, and bookings for films and live shows; and minutes and financial records of affiliated theaters in Anderson, Connersville, Delphi, Fort Wayne, Fowler, Frankfort, Kokomo, Marion, and Terre Haute, Ind
New Haven Museum & Historical Society Library
Autobiography, memory book, newspaper clippings, programs, portraits, and photos, relating to Moore's career as drummer, chiefly with New Haven theaters, drum corps, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, and Second Company, Governor's Foot Guard; copies of his book The Art of Drumming (1937, 1964); medals and pins won chiefly for drumming with Connecticut National Guard and Governor's Foot Guard; and recording entitled Ruffles and Flourishes in which he played a drum solo
Maine Historical Society
Plans for private residences, banks, churches, college buildings and dormitories, fraternal lodges, hospitals, libraries, municipal buildings, reformatories, schools, theaters, and tombs located primarily in the Lewiston-Auburn, Me., area -- Includes drawings for the Mt. Kineo Hotel complex at Greenville, Me., and the Poland Spring Hotel complex at Poland Spring, Me
Gardiner Public Library
Collection of playbills from performances in Maine theaters and theater groups including: Lakewood, Gaslight Theater (Hallowell), the Augusta Players, and many others
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The papers consist principally of Sullivan's research notes and writings, including notes and a manuscript biography of nineteenth century Indiana playwright Joseph Arthur; notes and manuscript history of the English Opera House in Indianapolis; notes on theatrical performances by John Wilkes Booth; biographical sketches of English artist John Flaxman, writer Prosper Merimee, sculptor John Rogers, and composer Georges Bizet; and drafts of his letters on literary topics