University at Buffalo, State University of New York
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Filson Historical Society
A small booklet distributed by White Castle in Louisville, Kentucky featuring a scorecard for Bridge, Five Hundred, Gin Rummy, and Pinochle. Included are facts about the restaurant chain and the White Castle Pledge: "Serving the finest products, for the least cost, in the cleanest surroundings, with the most curteous personnel." A short menu is located on the inside of the back cover. The back cover lists the ten White Castle locations in the Louisville area at the time
University of Maryland - Archives and Manuscripts
Karl L. King was an American bandmaster and composer of band and circus music. A baritone player in several town and circus bands, King served as Bandmaster for Barnum & Baileys Greatest Show on Earth from 1917 to 1918, and became leader of the Fort Dodge Military Band in 1920. In addition, King was one of the founders of the American Bandmasters Association, and was named honorary life president in 1967. King composed many pieces, most notably the march Barnum & Baileys Favorite, as well as pieces for many American universities and school bands. The Karl King Collection consists of 245 manuscripts published by K.L. King Music, C.L. Barnhouse, J.E. Agnew, and the Fillmore Bros. Co., among other publishing houses. Manuscripts date from 1909 to 1955, with the bulk of manuscripts published by K.L. King Music being undated. Also included in the collection are biographical materials, photographs, a program, and correspondence donated by Mrs. Shirley Ryon.
University at Buffalo, State University of New York - Music Library
The Allen Sapp Score Collection contains manuscript and holograph scores of works composed by Allen Sapp. The collection also contains some of Sapp's drafts, outlines, and twelve-tone row forms and matrices; as well as exercises, analysis, and arrangements of other composer's works completed while at Harvard University.
Stanford University
A short note to accompany a score that German had "duly autographed.".
University at Buffalo, State University of New York - Music Library
The collection consists of 123 scores of compositions by Leo Smit, principally in copies of holographs. There are 21 scores of works by other composers arranged or transcribed by Smit. The remaining 41 scores are works by other composers either inscribed to Smit or marked for performance by Smit.
Ohio State University
Folders contain: photocopies of Jungleland / words and music by Bruce Springsteen; 2 copies of Bruce Springsteen's score Born tu run, which includes also Jungleland, New York, N.Y. : Laurel Canyon Music, LTD., c1975; manuscript scores of Lover boy, text and music by Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson, arranged and performed by Supertramp. The manuscript scores are annotated by Twyla Tharp