Morris and Barnard Young Music Business Records, 1832-1988 | The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music
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The Morris and Barnard Young Business Records consists of financial records, correspondence, royalty statements, songsters and broadsides, radio logs, legal documents, periodicals, music manuscripts, and memorabilia (fliers, brochures, playbills, etc.) that were compiled by Morris N. Young, as part owner of several music publishing, marketing, producing, and artist representation enterprises owned and operated by the brothers between ca. 1934 and 1972. The collection contains legal reports and supporting documentation from key litigation cases that were filed by Barney Young in the 1950s and 1960s against Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) et. al., and the Walt Disney Corporation. The collection also includes periodicals and publications both generated by companies owned by one or both of the Young brothers and those that they collected. The final three series are publications and manuscripts, both musical and prose, created by associates of the Youngs.
See also record series number 35/3/68.
Series 1: Business Records and Personal Papers, 1936-1986
Series 2: Litigation Files, 1936-1973
Series 3: Barnard and Morris Young Music Company Periodicals and Publications, 1928-1966
Series 4: Non-Young Company Periodicals and Publications, 1832-1988
Series 5: Merle Kendrick Papers and Music, 1936-1956
Series 6: George Whiting Papers, 1934-1941
Series 7: E.M. Wickes papers, 1948-1951