Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Agenda and minutes of meetings, conference proceedings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, budgets, working papers, press releases, and printed matter, relating primarily to activities of the National Science Foundation in promoting scientific research and education in the United States; activities of the Japan-United States Friendship Commission in promoting academic and cultural ties between Japan and the United States; and administration of the University of California system
Cornell University - Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Scientific addresses; lecture notes on spiders; articles and bulletins; page proofs and original drawings and illustrations for Insect Enemies of Shade Trees; bibliographies; lists of students and alumni; scientific drawings and photographs; diaries; correspondence concerning the Cornell Department of Entomology; travel papers; personal accounts; newspaper clippings; outline talks and short manuscript writings on politics, education, the Cornell campus, and the Cornell Entomology Department; an oral history; photograph of Jugatae members; personal letters written to Glenn and Nannie Herrick; and genealogical material and family correspondence.
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Glenn Dillard Gunn was an American pianist, conductor, music critic, and teacher. The collection contains correspondence from musical figures such as, Ferruccio Busoni, Teresa Careño, Percy Grainger, and Moriz Rosenthal. There are also photographs, many with autograph inscriptions, including those of Claude Debussy, Victor Herbert, and John McCormack. The collection also includes music manuscripts and printed autographed presentation scores, miscellaneous personal papers, programs, and clippings.
American Association of University Women Richmond Branch (Ind.).
This collection consists of meeting minutes (1925-1997, incomplete), constitution and by-laws (1938-1981), financial information (1959-1997, incomplete), programs of biennial conferences (1930-1958), newsletters (1966-1996, incomplete), various state and national publications (1937-1998), miscellaneous folders, scrapbooks (1927-1955, 1987-1997), and annual programs (1924- )
The Glenn Paxton collection contains handwritten musical scores for motion pictures, primarily "When Legends Die" (1972) and for television productions for ABC, CBS, and NBC, dating between 1974 and 1979, but not exclusively. There are musical scores for both documentaries like the NBC-TV documentary special, "The World of the Teenager" and numerous scores for ABC Afterschool Specials like "The Skating Rink" (1974), "A Special Gift", and "Which Mother Is Mine?" (1977). There are also scores for movies made for television, like the CBS "Two Worlds of Jenny Logan" (1979) and the ABC "Gaucho" (1978). CBS-TV commissioned Paxton to write a ballet in nine sections. The musical scores for "Ballet for a Sunday Morning" is included