New York Public Library
Drafts of articles, books, and librettos; completed articles; several photographs, clippings, and items of correspondence; and periodicals containing articles by and about Antheil. Music scores have been cataloged individually in the Scores file. Many archival items have also been cataloged individually and linked to this record
Center for Jewish History
The collection consists of published and unpublished works of Yiddish and Hebrew, art, popular, and theater music, Holocaust songs, liturgical and Hasidic music, and instrumental compositions. The collection is divided into the following series: *Sheet Music*. 1897-1969. Published popular, art and theater music, mainly of the United States. Composers and arrangers include Joseph Brody, Abraham Ellstein, Louis Friedsell, Abraham Goldfaden, Solomon Golub, Pinchas Jassinowski, H.A. Russotto, Peretz Sandler, Sholom Secunda, Solomon Shmulewitz-Small, Herman Wohl. *Choral Music*. 1909-1973. Yiddish and Hebrew folk and art songs, classical compositions. Composers and arrangers include Samuel Alman, Abraham Wolf Binder, Samuel Bugatch, Julius Chajes, Harry Coopersmith, Abraham Ellstein, Charles Davidson, Maurice Goldman, Vladimir Heifetz, Max Helfman, Pinchas Jassinowski, Mark Lavry, Henry Lefkowitch, Boris Levenson, Leo Low, Meyer Posner, Jacob Schaefer, Ephraim Shkliar, Lazar Weiner, Zavel ... Read More
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Articles related to different types of music
Trinity Wall Street - Archives
New York Public Library
Collection (1820s-1930s) consists mainly of photographic reproductions of sheet music covers, as well as some reproductions of musical arrangements, broadsides and music book title pages, of musical works either composed by African Americans, such as James Reese Europe, "Blind Tom" Bethune, and Eubie Blake, or composed for minstrel and vaudeville shows
Milwaukee Public Library
Wooden passenger and excursion steamer built in 1892 ar South Haven, Mich. by Mc Millan for Ed. Napier, South Haven. Captain: Lucien B. Upham
Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Scope and Content The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, clippings, books and periodicals. There are two letters from Aleksandr Glazunov and one each from Aleksandr Grechaninov and Nikolaĭ Metner. The manuscripts deal with both cultural affairs and the Russian Revolution. Among the cultural topics are essays on music, Isadora Duncan, Maksim Gorḱiĭ and literary affairs. There are articles about general aspects of the Revolution and about such individuals as Lenin, Stalin, Chicherin, Dzerzhinskiĭ and Kamenev. Many of the articles are memoiristic in nature, particularly those about life in Moscow and in the provinces during the Revolution, Dzerzhinskiĭ and Kamenev. There are clippings of articles written by Sabaneev and a number of books and periodicals either written by Sabaneev or containing articles by him.
Columbia University - Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Scope and Content Forty-three letters to Witmark which were taken out of autographed books given to the University by Mr. Witmark. The letters are from leading authors and artists of the world, chief among them John Kendrick Bangs, Harry B. Smith, and Frederick Kummar. They are mostly friendly notes, some of them in connection with Witmark's requests that authors autograph books for his library. Also, eight manuscript music scores written by various composers including Victor Herbert for the wedding of Witmark and Viola Cahn; and printed matter including programs, clippings, and prospectuses, two autographed photographs, and a typescript catalog of the "Autograph Library of Isidore Witmark, Esq."
New York Public Library
To Mr. [?N. J. M.] Bacon, Esq. : 1 autograph letter signed : 15 Jul 1822 : (S'ANA 0452) : from London : begins, "I am enabled to send you two no.s of Hayden's masses, as different engravers are now employed to expedite the publication of the work .".
Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
Three holograph diaries containing brief accounts of the weather, mining activities in Nevada and daily life in Sacramento and Placerville, California. Also includes a pictorial letter dated 1854 October 29, Sacramento, California to his sister Caroline G. (Britten) containing accounts of teaching and church experiences.