Emerson Meyers papers, 1865-1990

Meyers, Emerson


6.4 cubic ft.
Biographical data including lists of Meyers's compositions and recordings; papers relating to his early life and family; World War II material including letters from Meyers to his wife, Emma C. Holt Meyers, written while serving in Europe with the entertainment branch of the U.S. Army; articles, course materials, lectures, programs, reviews, subject files, and other material relating to Meyers's professional career; and family and professional photographs. Topics include recitals, piano teaching methods, twentieth century and electronic music, and cultural life in Washington from the 1930s to the 1980s. Persons represented include Richard Bales, Katharine Hansel, Mary Howe, George Manos, and George Wargo.
Pianist and teacher, of Washington, D.C.; b. Herman Emerson Meyers in 1910; d. 1990.
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In English.
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