Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Montani Brothers' Orchestra stationery, International Violin Competion in Indianapolis, International Harp Competition in Bloomington, reginaphone, bagpipes
University of Wisconsin, Madison - Archives and Special Collections
Three sets of mimeo typescript dialogue parts
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Correspondence and other papers relating to the development of the collection; also scrapbooks, 1890's, containing illustrations of musical instruments. Correspondents include: Francis W. Kelsey, Albert A. Stanley, Frederick Stearns, Frederick Kimball Stearns, George R. Swain, Levi D. Wines, and Dean C. Worcester
Monterey Public Library - Archives
Getty Research Institute
This assembled collection of photographs illustrates mostly European keyboard, string, and wind instruments dating from the 17th to the early 20th centuries. The countries best represented are France, Italy, England, and Germany. Some 70% of the photographs were acquired from dealers (including French & Company, New York), auction houses, and commercial photographers; the rest were obtained from museums, in particular the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University - Arthur Friedheim Music Library
Stamps from around the world depicting traditional musical instruments. Darbuka, Morin chuur, Violin, Mandolin, Bagpipes, Kasso-aus, Germany; Bagpipes, Lyre, Austria (1971); Angklung, Indonesia (1971); Violin, Brazil (1971); Morocco; Lutenist, Czechoslovakia; Drummers, Harpist, Ethiopia; Violinist, Romania (1970); Korea; Garaya, Godjie, Inzad, Niger; Qatar; Senegal; Lyre, Israel; Laos
Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University - Arthur Friedheim Music Library
Stamps from around the world depicting musical instruments. The Guitar Through the Ages, Maldives; Piper, Czechoslovakia; Lutenist, San Marino; Expo 1970, Senegal; Jerzy Nowosielski, Waclaw Taranczewski, Poland (1970); Sitar, India; Music, Australia; Post Horn, Austria; Bagpiper with Harp, Gibraltar, International Year of African Tourism, Nigeria (1969); Horn Player, Finland (1970); Vietnam; Horn Player, Luxembourg