Lawrence Public Library
Papers chiefly relating to Raymond Louis Essick documenting his life and his family's life from his first years of employment in the 1930s until his death in 1999, chiefly concerning his years in the military during World War II and his career with the U.S. Postal Service (formerly the U.S. Post Office Dept.), in both Lawrence and Methuen, Mass Includes family papers relating to daily life, home buying, legal papers of various family members, rent books, baptismal records, passports, rosters of a local association relating to twins, postcards, and family photos. Materials of Raymond Essick include some records of employment before the army; materials relating to the McIntosh School, a business school in Lawrence; photograph of a guitar/banjo group; organization membership cards; service with 69th Infantry Division including a scrapbook documenting Essick's days at Fort Devens, Mass.; and materials concerning Essick's post office assignments, including materials relating to the United ... Read More
Ball State University - Bracken Library
With Eri Nakagawa, piano.; Eri Nakagawa's appearance is in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Arts with a major in music (primary emphasis: Musical Performance - Piano, secondary emphasis: Chamber Music - Accompanying)
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
The Charlotte Selver collection circa 20th century (bulk 1959 to 1999) consists of the personal and professional correspondence, writings, transcripts of classes and workshops, photographs, personal items, and sound records of Charlotte Selver (1901-2003), music educator, originator of the concept of “sensory awareness” and leading member of the “Sensory Awareness Foundation.” Charlotte introduced sensory awareness to the U.S. She was closely connected to the Esalen Institute and San Francisco Zen Center. Her work is continued by the Sensory Awareness Foundation. The collection also contains material related to Charles V.W. Brooks, Selver’s husband, author, and Sensory Awareness instructor
Eastern Washington University - Archives and Special Collections
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
This collections consists of materials amassed during the later half of the 20th century and the early 21st century by professor of anthropology and ethnomusicology Don Hill, including postcards depicting cultural scenes from Africa, the Americas, and Europe, lantern slides, and paintings by Carribbean artist Canute Caliste. The collection also includes original research notes from field work conducted by Hill in the Carribbean during 1970s.
Worcester Historical Museum
Newspaper articles, photographs, and recordings of jazz artist Howie Jefferson Includes recordings by Jeff's Quartet; photograph of Jefferson with the Nite Hawks, a jazz band in the Worcester area; and information relating to the Saxtrum Club, a musician's organization which rented a building in Worcester where nightly jam sessions were held attended by well-known performers
Tulane University - Louisiana Research Collection
This collection consists of photographs collected by William L. and Hilda Hawes of New Orleans, La. Included are personally inscribed and autographed studio portraits of popular classical musicians, many of whom toured the world and performed in New Orleans during the early twentieth century. Also included are undated photographs having unidentified subjects. Pianists, singers, and other musicians depicted include Cécile Chaminade, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Percy Grainger, Victor Herbert, Josef Hofmann, Fritz Kreisler, Vladimir de Pachmann, Marcella Sembrich and others
Brown University Library
Includes music. 1 item from 1886; majority are 20th century
Yale University - Irving S. Gilmore Music Library
Transcriptions of jazz standards and a pedagogical work on jazz improvisation
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Collection includes printed sheet music from the United States and England from the 19th-century and the 20th-century. Most of the sheet music is intended for a specific dance step such as a waltz, two step, mazurka, polka, or galop. Many of the sheet music titles are derived from natural phenomena such as comets, eclipses, and volcanos. Many of the items are undated