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Letters to Members of the Chanler and Pickman Families,

FOUND IN: Loeb Music Library
Collection Identifier: Ms. Coll. 101
Overview: Letters from Nadia Boulanger, the French teacher of music, conductor, and composer, to her student and friend Theodore Chanler, as well as to members of his family.

Correspondence,

FOUND IN: Loeb Music Library
Collection Identifier: Ms. Coll. 131
Overview: Correspondence of music critic Richard Aldrich (1863-1937), primarily with American and English musical colleagues.

Compositions

FOUND IN: Loeb Music Library
Collection Identifier: Ms. Coll. 113
Overview: Manuscript scores of the American theorist, composer, musician and Walter W. Baumberg Professor of Music at Harvard University.

Duke Ellington recordings collection

FOUND IN: Loeb Music Library
Collection Identifier: RECCO 34000-35036, 10-35037-35330, C 35331-35469
Overview: Recordings of Duke Ellington, American pianist, band leader, and composer, collected by Joseph Jeffers Dodge, jazz aficionado, artist, museum director, and Harvard University Class of 1940.

Francis A. & Edward K.: Francis Albert Sinatra/Edward Kennedy Ellington. r. Hollywood, 12 Dec 1967., 1967.

Item Identifier: RECCO 34000-35036, 10-35037-35330, C 35331-35469, Reprise: FS 1024
Scope and Content Note: The collection consists of 1225 single and 52 boxed sets of long-playing records, 313 10-inch 78-rpm discs, 13 10-inch 78-rpm sets, 2 12-inch long-playing sets, 155 audio cassettes, 287 compact discs, 17 videocassettes. In addition there are supporting materials including books, scrapbooks, and newspaper/magazine articles, all devoted to Ellington, his contemporaries, and other jazz-related subjects. A few representative examples of the supporting materials are scanned and available for...

To Edward Pickman, Esq., Paris: April 5, 1940, 1940

Item Identifier: Ms. Coll. 101, 1.
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of letters, often of condolence, sent on the anniversaries of the deaths of family members, from Nadia Boulanger to Theodore Chanler, to Theodore's mother, Margaret Terry Chanler (also known as "Daisy"), to "Madame Chanler" (probably Theodore's wife, Maria de Acosta Sargent Chanler), to Theodore's sister, Hester Pickman and to Hester's husband, Edward Pickman.

To Edward Pickman, Boston: April 12, 1943, 1943

Item Identifier: Ms. Coll. 101, 5.
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of letters, often of condolence, sent on the anniversaries of the deaths of family members, from Nadia Boulanger to Theodore Chanler, to Theodore's mother, Margaret Terry Chanler (also known as "Daisy"), to "Madame Chanler" (probably Theodore's wife, Maria de Acosta Sargent Chanler), to Theodore's sister, Hester Pickman and to Hester's husband, Edward Pickman.

To Edward Pickman, Nice: April 17, 1950, 1950

Item Identifier: Ms. Coll. 101, 23.
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of letters, often of condolence, sent on the anniversaries of the deaths of family members, from Nadia Boulanger to Theodore Chanler, to Theodore's mother, Margaret Terry Chanler (also known as "Daisy"), to "Madame Chanler" (probably Theodore's wife, Maria de Acosta Sargent Chanler), to Theodore's sister, Hester Pickman and to Hester's husband, Edward Pickman.

To Edward Pickman, Antibes: April 10, 1951, 1951

Item Identifier: Ms. Coll. 101, 24.
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of letters, often of condolence, sent on the anniversaries of the deaths of family members, from Nadia Boulanger to Theodore Chanler, to Theodore's mother, Margaret Terry Chanler (also known as "Daisy"), to "Madame Chanler" (probably Theodore's wife, Maria de Acosta Sargent Chanler), to Theodore's sister, Hester Pickman and to Hester's husband, Edward Pickman.

To Edward Pickman, Florence: April 12, 1955, 1955

Item Identifier: Ms. Coll. 101, 26.
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of letters, often of condolence, sent on the anniversaries of the deaths of family members, from Nadia Boulanger to Theodore Chanler, to Theodore's mother, Margaret Terry Chanler (also known as "Daisy"), to "Madame Chanler" (probably Theodore's wife, Maria de Acosta Sargent Chanler), to Theodore's sister, Hester Pickman and to Hester's husband, Edward Pickman.