40 linear ft (95 boxes).
In 12 series as follows: I. Correspondence. II. Programs, publicity, and reviews. III. Date books and address books. IV. Photographs. V. Teaching materials. VI. Literary writings. VII. Music. VIII. Research materials. IX. Geneology. X. Financial records. XI. Miscellaneous items. XII. Sound recordings.
The John Kirkpatrick Papers document the life and career of American pianist John Kirkpatrick through his correspondence with composers, performers, music educators, and family members. The Papers also hold an extensive collection of music, including sketches, manuscripts, and published versions of Kirkpatrick's many editions of music by composers such as Charles Ives and Carl Ruggles. Kirkpatrick's life and work are further documented with photographs, programs, reviews, writings, teaching materials, and miscellaneous items.
The John Kirkpatrick Papers in the Music Library of Yale University.
A register to the collection is available in the Music Library.