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Annotated typescript (carbon) copy of the Supplement, a list of private collections represented in the Census, and some editorial files from Supplement and Manuscript Department correspondence re: revisions and additions.
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.
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.
Documents concerning enslaved persons, slavery, black Cubans, and related economic factors, collected by Houghton Library.
Documentos sobre personas esclavizadas, la esclavitud, cubanos negros, y factores económicos relacionados, coleccionados por Houghton Library.
Collection is comprised of 18 unrelated objects with a small number of accompanying notes. Items include rings, wooden and brick fragments, cameos, a cane, and a sword.
Houghton Library collection of papers of Austrian American artist Ludwig Mestler.
Over 1000 medals, seals, and coins, with a small amount of correspondence, and a clock, dating from the 13th to the 20th centuries from many countries and in many languages.
Photographs of architectural projects of American architect Henry Hobson Richardson.
Collection of American sheet music about Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War, including both Union and Confederate imprints.
Typescripts of compositions by Tennessee Williams collected by the Houghton Library.
Includes photographs, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and notes assembled for the 1992 exhibition and publication. Much of this material came from Houghton Librarian William H. Bond and librarian Carolyn Jakeman. Jakeman was the source of the scrapbooks.
Records relating to the gala for the opening of the Houghton Library in 1942.
Houghton Library sound recordings for the symposium Rare book and manuscript libraries in the twenty-first century
Two sets of master and user tapes of 7 sessions; with two masters and one user tape of guest speaker Don Gifford.
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.
Photographic negatives, color transparencies, slides, photo CDs, and digital film of individual pages or whole works from Houghton's collections, occasionally accompanied by black and white prints and related material; most are identified by call number written on the media or on accompanying notes.