Music and Performing Arts Library Small Special Collections, 1911-1981 | The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music
Series Number: 35/3/81
Acquired: 02/23/2010. Ca. 1970 - Dorothy Bowen papers acquired; Ca. 1985 - Hausserman papers acquired from John W. Hausserman, Jr.; 1990 - Marhall Howenstein collection acquired; Ca. 1977 - Gabriel Magyar collection acquired; Ca. 1965 - Songs of France records acquired; Ca. 1980 - Harriet Ward programs acquired; Ca. 1960 - Lucille V. Wilkey music acquired; Ca. 1970 - Lew Williams Jazz Collection acquired. March 20, 2015 - The dePeaux collection (Unisonics score) acquired from Music and Performing Arts Library. May 13, 2015 - The Festival of Contemporary Arts Collection of programs, brochures, and clippings was acquired from the Music and Performing Arts Library.
Volume: 3.0 cubic feet
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Available for use at:
|Archives Research Center, 1707 S. Orchard||Box 1-4|
|SACAM, Band Building||Box 5|
|Archives Research Center, 1707 S. Orchard||Box 6|
|SACAM, Band Building||Oversize Portfolio Case 2|
Description: Consists of small collections of newspaper clippings, sheet music, correspondence, concert programs, biographical sketches, photographs, and radio show scripts documenting music performances by School of Music student ensembles and other nineteenth- and twentieth-century performers and composers. Of particular significance is an original published piano-vocal score of A. Dvorak's Stabat Mater with his hand-written dedication to J. Mandel-Merei.
Access Restriction: None
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