COLLECTIONS: 1 - 25 of 29
Correspondence, draft and published writings, royalty statements, journals, notebooks, publicity materials, etc., of Eve Merriam, poet, playwright, director, lyricist, and feminist.
Advertisements and trade cards depicting women or targeting female consumers.
Sheet music of opera and pantomime excerpts, in vocal scores.
Chiefly published in London, printed for the author, and by G. Walker, J. Hannam, Preston, Preston & Sons, Longman Lukey & Co., Mr. Asperne's, H. Andrews, Thomas Hailes Lacy, J. Bell, S.A. and P. Thompson, Longman and Broderip, John Johnston, M.P. Corri & Co., R. Bremner, and Cramer, Beale & Co.
Papers of Shirley Graham Du Bois, African American writer, playwright, composer, biographer, teacher, civil rights and left-wing activist.
Sheet music published in America, chiefly from (but not limited to) the Raymond S. Wilkins and Evert Jansen Wendell collections; for voice and piano, some for piano solo.
American sheet music, scant few published in London; chiefly for voice and piano, some for piano solo, with lyrics by English poet Felicia Dorothea Hemans.
Manuscript scores and related materials of American composer and social activist Fred Wei-han Ho.
Music supplements from newspapers in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, St. Louis and San Francisco; chiefly for voice and piano.
Ukrainian sheet music, in popular and folk idioms; chiefly for voice and piano, some for chorus, some instrumental.
Music published in New York, Jersey City (N.J.), L'viv (Poland, then Ukraine), TernopilÊ¹ (Ukraine), Kharkiv (Ukraine), Kiev (Ukraine), Warsaw (Poland), and Riga (Latvia); primary publishers include Smolensky (New York) and Torban (L'viv).
Some texts by Taras Shevchenko.
Includes manuscript annotations.
The collection includes autographed letters, photographs and theatrical ephemera associated with her career. The bulk of the collection consists of print and manuscript scores by composers Virgil Thomson, Ned Rorem, Leonard Bernstein, Theodore Chanler and others; many of these are personally inscribed.
This collection contains musical scores submitted by the students of French composer Nadia Boulanger while attending the American Conservatory at Fontainebleau, France.
The papers of June Jordan, poet, author, outspoken activist, champion of equal rights for African Americans and women, and professor.
Correspondence, speeches, writings, and photographs of Matilda White Riley, sociologist and gerontologist.
Diaries, correspondence, writings, and photographs of the Tuttle family, Baptist missionaries, from Massachusetts.
Comprises popular and classical selections.
Sheet music published abroad, chiefly in Paris, also London, Bucharest, Budapest, Brussels, Berlin, Munich, Cologne, Leipzig, Vienna, Naples, Madrid, Havana, Casablanca, Rio de Janeiro, and Constantinople; chiefly for voice and piano, some for piano solo.