The Henry Ford - Benson Ford Research Center
The Main Street District records subgroup is comprised of available documents pertaining to structures in the Main Street district of Greenfield Village. Types of documents include histories, clippings, affidavits, correspondence, and inventories. In some cases extensive interpretive guides used to help presenters offer visitors a robust background on the structure are included. The Greenfield Village records collection is organized alphabetically by building name. The records are updated as new information becomes available through research and records of new building additions as well as reinstallations are sought
The University of Queensland Library
Manuscripts, addresses to organizations, Buckingham Palace certificate, letters, biographical notes, annual report, programmes, clippings, conductor's baton, metronome
State Library of Victoria
Includes Evolution of music forms : A plain tale, by H. Tate; 10 notebooks; music score; letter-book 1914-1916; 2 scrapbooks and related ephemera. Also, correspondence from William Moore to Tate, mostly concerning his drama "Moonlight", undated
State Library of Victoria
Papers related to the Australian Goethe Society (Victorian Branch), and the German Cultural Centre. Includes notices of meetings, lectures, and other functions, and printed items concerning exhibitions, music programmes etc., presented by the Goethe Institute Melbourne, 1954; 1972-1978
State Library of Victoria
Scrapbook kept by Dorothea MacMaster and comprising press cuttings about herself and her music teaching and assorted other subjects. Programmes and correspondence have been pasted or tipped in
State Library of Victoria
Comprises manuscript scores in pen or pencil and copies of manuscripts, some of which have conductor's performance markings. Some works are present in multiple versions and some show corrections. Apart from the orchestral works, there are also song arrangements. Much of the material does not have a date on it so the date range for the collection can only be approximate
Valdosta State University - Odum Library
This multi-genre ethnographic collection is an outgrowth of the South Georgia Folklife Project founded by Dr. Laurie Sommers in 1996. It reflects 10 years of field documentation and public programs from 1996 to 2006. Highlights of the collection include Southeast Georgia Sacred Harp, Okefenokee Music Survey, Flint River fisheries, Traditions of Turpentiners, Folkwriting (Lessons on Place, Heritage, and Traditions for Georgia Classrooms), online exhibits, and a radio archives of documentary programs originally broadcast on National Public Radio affiliates
University of South Florida - Special and Digital Collections
Interviews, manuscripts, correspondence, and newspapers -- The collection consists of photocopies of sixty subject series based on interviews with African-American, Native American, and Hispanic-American residents on such topics as religion, folklore, occupations, marriage, and celebrations. Other subjects covered by the collection include: conchs of Riviera, plays, Florida slave interviews, music and songs, and Reconstruction
University of South Florida - Special and Digital Collections
Photocopies of manuscripts, scores, and printed music composed by Gardner. A photograph and biographical documents are also included
Lehigh University - Linderman Library
An interesting collection of musical scores in J. Fred. Wolle's own hand which exhibits Wolle's diverse musical talent. Although, Wolle is primarily known as a serious J.S. Bach scholar and founder of the Bethlehem Bach Choir, the musical scores included in this collection display both his whimsical side with student chorus songs of humorous nature as well as serious hymns written for church liturgies. The collection contains an assortment of secular and sacred music and two songs that mention Lehigh University in the text