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University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Musicians Collection:

An Inventory of the Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Title: Musicians Collection
Dates: 1727-1981 (bulk 1900-1940)
Abstract: The Musicians Collection consists of materials that are primarily visual in nature and portray approximately 1,700 musicians and musical groups.
Call Number: Performing Arts Collection PA-00062
Extent: Original inventory: 38 document boxes, 10 oversize boxes, 65 oversize folders, 1 rolled item (20.16 linear feet); Addition: 3 document boxes, 1 oversize box, 5 oversize folders (1.68 linear feet)
Language: English, German, Polish, and Yiddish.
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Scope and Contents

The Musicians Collection consists of approximately 5,200 items, 1727-1981 (bulk 1900-1940), which are primarily of a visual nature and portray approximately 1,700 musicians and musical groups: classical composers, conductors, soloists, and ensembles; big bands and bandleaders; bandmasters; impresarios; vaudeville artists, minstrel show performers, and other variety acts; twentieth-century American musical theater composers; and post-1940 popular singers and musical groups, including country singers. Photographs comprise about 95% of the collection. Other formats present are engravings, lithographs, clippings, concert programs, brochures, booklets, sheet music, vocal and instrumental scores, drawings, paintings, postcards, correspondence, posters, and ephemera. The collection is arranged alphabetically by name of person or musical group and housed in folders in standard, oversize, and flat file drawers. (See Notes Concerning the Folder List below for an explanation of how the contents of the folders were described.)

The bulk of the collection consists of publicity photographs, circa 1900-1940, of vaudeville and variety acts, popular singers, jazz musicians, and brass band-type ensembles. Banjo and accordion acts were popular at this time, as were specialty acts such as Miller and Lyles, and Moss and Frye. Musicians who are represented by at least ten items in the collection include Irving Berlin, Ben Bernie, Walter Damrosch, the Flonzaley Quartet, George Gershwin, Victor Herbert, Fritz Kreisler, John Lennon, Vincent Lopez, George Olsen, Benny Meroff, Dave Rubinoff, John Philip Sousa, and Paul Whiteman. African-American and female musicians represent a substantial portion of the figures covered by these files, especially from the late nineteenth century and the early decades of the twentieth century, with notable examples being Brodie and Brodie, Wanda Landowska, Papinta, Fisk University Jubilee Singers, Blind Tom, and Mana-Zucca. A large number of cabinet cards and cartes-de-visite date from this period. The collection also includes a large number of postcards, most of which are only pictorial in scope (without inscriptions).

Previously many of the publicity photographs were in the possession of the Palace Theatre's Photograph and Press Bureau, the R. K. O. Photograph and Information Bureau, and the William Morris Agency, all of New York. Many of the photographs were taken at prominent New York studios: Aimé Dupont, Apeda, G. Maillard Kesslère, Mishkin, Progress, Sarony & Co., Strand, Underwood & Underwood, and White Studio. Most of the photographs are gelatin silver prints.

Other formats include approximately 500 engravings and lithographs of famous composers and classical musicians, 1727-1887 (bulk circa 1800-1860). Of these, Irish musicians are prominent. About a dozen drawings in charcoal, pencil, pen and ink, and watercolor are present, as well as an oil painting of Beethoven. With the exception of a drawing of Alfred Hertz by C. de Fornaro, the artists are unidentified. The great majority of the concert programs in the collection are for classical musicians appearing in New York at Mendelssohn Hall, Aeolian Hall, Carnegie Hall, and Town Hall. Many of the programs for the latter date from late March 1941. Letters in the collection, 1780s-1977 (bulk 1820s-1860s), are chiefly written by classical composers, with three notable exceptions being a letter from Charles Burney to Edmund Malone, a note to Harry Houdini from Irving Berlin, and two postcards from Carl Van Vechten to Robert Downing. Hillary Bell was the recipient of letters from Reginald De Koven, Harry B. Smith, and John Philip Sousa. Some letters are in German. (See the index of correspondents for a complete listing of authors of correspondence.)

The manuscript and printed music includes works by several American musicians, including autograph lyrics and music for twenty-eight of Paul Anka's songs, probably from the early 1960s. Author Annelu Burns is represented by correspondence and manuscript music that chronicle the business arrangements she made in 1919 to write the title song for the silent motion picture "The Amazing Lovers." The song, written with composer Madelyn Sheppard, was dropped by the producer when the movie title changed. Typed lyrics by author and composer Harry C. Benline are present, accompanied by a program from Tony Pastor's Theatre in which Benline and his partner Hetz appeared. Published music includes arrangements and piano and vocal scores for compositions by Victor Herbert and Pietro Mascagni.

Composite portraits are located at the end of the alphabet, followed by Unidentified and Miscellaneous items. A very small number of items pertain to non-musical subjects (painters, actors, etc.). Several items are in Yiddish or Polish.

Notes Concerning the Folder List

In processing this collection, musicians were often identified from handwritten and printed notes on the back of photographs and verified in reference sources whenever possible. When the handwriting was hard to read, questionable words are given in brackets, as are names which are suspect due to logical inconsistencies.

Because many orchestras were chiefly known for their conductors, materials depicting bandleaders and their orchestras are filed under the bandleader's last name, as in "Arnheim, Gus, and Orchestra." When the name of the group contains a possessive, as in "Al Kaplan's Kings of Harmony," the entry is filed under the forename and cross-referenced to the surname.

For each musician, the following folder list indicates the quantity, format, date (when known), and location of items. When a folder contains undated photographs, the word "photo" is omitted and the number of items is given in parentheses. When a single undated photograph is present, no number is indicated. For example, if the name of the performer is given without any information about quantity, format, date, or location, the folder contains one undated photograph in a standard size folder. Photographs that date from before 1880 are photographic images of artwork rather than of the subjects themselves. Engravings and lithographs are referred to generically as "prints"; they should not be confused with items produced via photographic processes, which are referred to as "photos" except in the case of copy prints. (The date of a print may refer to when the printing plate was made, when the item was printed, or when a photographer took the daguerrotype upon which the subsequent plate and print were based.)

The musician's area of performance is also stated when ascertainable, but researchers should know that in the case of the more obscure musicians, the area given may not be the one for which he or she is best known.

For many of the concert programs listed, additional information is given in parentheses regarding venue, date, and works performed.

Abbreviations used in the folder list and index of correspondents are as follows:

  • ALS--autograph letter signed
  • AMs--autograph manuscript
  • ANS--autograph note signed
  • APCS--autograph postcard signed
  • MsN--manuscript note
  • pp--pages
  • PC--postcard
  • TD--typed document
  • TLS--typed letter signed

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

Creators
Anka, Paul
Burns, Annelu, 1889-1942
Dupont, Aimé, photographer
Kesslère, G. Maillard (George Maillard)
Sarony, Napoleon, 1821-1896, photographer
Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964
Apeda, photographer
Progress
Mishkin
Palace Theatre
Strand, photographer
Underwood & Underwood
White Studio, fl. 1900-1936
William Morris Agency
Subjects
Bauer, Harold, 1873-1951
Benline, Harry C.
Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989
Bernie, Ben, 1891-1943
Blind Tom, 1849-1908
Bull, Ole, 1810-1880
Calloway, Cab, 1907-1994
Casals, Pablo, 1876-1973
Crawfords, Jack
Damrosch, Walter, 1862-1950
Dunham, Alanson Mellen
Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974
Elman, Mischa, 1891-1967
Gabrilowitsch, Ossip, 1878-1936
Gérardy, Jean, 1877-1929
Gershwin, George, 1898-1937
Gilmore, P.S. (Patrick Sarsfield), 1829-1892
Godino, Lucio
Godino, Simplico
Goldman, Edwin Franko, 1878-1956
Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961
Guilmant, Alexandre, 1837-1911
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759
Herbert, Victor, 1859-1924
Joseffy, Rafael, 1852-1915
Kahn, Roger Wolfe, 1907-1962
Kreisler, Fritz, 1875-1962
Lennon, John, 1940-1980
Levitzki, Mischa, 1898-1941
Lhévinne, Josef, 1874-1944
Liszt, Franz von, 1851-1919
Lopez, Vincent, 1894-
Mascagni, Pietro, 1863-1945
Menotti, Gian Carlo, 1911-2007
Meroff, Benny
Meyerbeer, Giacomo, 1791-1864
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791
Myers, Doris Mae
Olsen, George, 1893-1971
Paderweski, Ignace Jan, 1860-1941
Ponce, Dorothea
Ponce, Ethel
Powell, Maud, 1867-1920
Reeves, Sims, 1818-1900
Rolfe, B.A. (Benjamin A.), 1879-1956
Rosenthal, Moriz, 1862-1946
Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868
Rubinoff, Dave, 1897-1986
Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828
Sinclair, John, 1791-1857
Sissle, Noble, 1889-1975
Sondheim, Stephen
Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932
Spalding, Albert, 1888-1953
Toscanini, Arturo, 1867-1957
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901
Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883
Wharing, Fred, 1900-
Whiteman, Paul, 1890-1967
Ysaye, Eugene, 1858-1931
Flonzaley Quartet
Ingenues
Miller & Lyles
Pennsylvanians (Musical Group)
Subjects
Big Bands--Photographs--1920-1940
Composers--Photographs--1890-1960
Composers--Portraits--1800-1860
Conductors (Music)--Photographs--1890-1960
Instrumentalists--Photographs--1860-1960
Instrumentalists--Portraits--1800-1860
Musicians--Photographs--1890-1960
Musicians--Portraits--1727-1887
Singers--Photographs--1890-1960
Vaudeville--Photographs--1890-1960
Document Types
Drawings
Photographs
Postcards
Prints
Programs
Scores
Sheet Music

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Related Material

Researchers may also wish to consult the Sheet Music Collection and the Music Collection.

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Administrative Information

Provenance:

The Musicians Collection is assembled by Theater Arts staff from existing collections and new items and collections as they are acquired. The core of the collection was formed from the Albert Davis, Messmore Kendall, Robert Downing, and John Gassner Collections. The Paul Anka Manuscripts are housed within this collection. Some items were probably originally in the Harry B. Smith, Pat Rooney II, and Hillary Bell Collections and the Houdini Magic File.

Although the provenance of the collection cannot be traced prior to its arrival at the Ransom Center, a few patterns of ownership emerge. A number of photographs of classical musicians were once in the possession of the music writer Gustav Kobbé. About ten photographs are inscribed to the violinist Jeanne Franko who was the aunt of Edwin Franko Goldman, a collector of autographed letters and pictures of famous musicians. Several of these photographs are in the "Unidentified" file. In many respects the Musicians Collection and Goldman's collection, which is currently housed at the Bentley Historical Library at the University of Michigan, are remarkably similar in scope. The similarity may be coincidental, arising from contemporaneity, or parts of the Musicians Collection may have been owned by Goldman or the Franko family at one time.

Processed by:

Helen Baer and Antonio Alfau, 1999

Note to Researchers: The finding aid for the Musicians Collection is a conflation of the original inventory created in 1999, and a small addition that was cataloged in 2011. Currently the addition is described only by a Container List which has been incorporated into the original inventory, continuing the box and folder numbering sequence. The scope and contents note and index of correspondents do not make reference to the addition, and the RLIN record for the collection summarizes the material in the original inventory only.

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Musicians Collection--Container List

 

Container
1.1 Aber Twins, violinists. Photo
Container
49.1 Abravanel, Maurice, conductor. Photo, undated
Container
1.2, 30.1 Abt, Franz, songwriter. ALS, 12 February 1867; 9 clippings, 1872, undated; photo; print; title page of sheet music for song collection
Container
1.3 Adam, Adolphe-Charles, composer. Print
Container
flat file 37 Adams, Annie, singer. Print, 1872
Container
1.4 Adams and Lee, guitar-banjo duo. Photo
Adler, Janet--see Janet Adler's Syncopaters
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1.5 Admirals, The, ensemble. Photo
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1.6 Ager, Milton, composer; Jack Yellen, author; and Sophie Tucker (4)
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1.7 Agnini, Armando F.
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1.8 Aguilar Lute Quartet. Photo, 1929
Container
1.9 Aimee, [Marie?, singer]
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1.10 Alaskan Trio (3)
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30.2 Al Kaplan's Kings of Harmony, and Pat Rooney and Co. Photo; sheet music for "I'm Through With You" by Sam Ward and Al Kaplan
Alleghanians, The, singers.
Container
30.3 Title pages of sheet music for 2 songs, 1847, undated
Container
49.2 Publicity sheet, 1852
Container
1.11 Allen, banjoist
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1.12 Allen, Johnny
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1.13 Allen, Nina, and Her Silvertones. 5 photos; 5 publicity sheets for "Rhapsody of Rhythm" show
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1.14 Allers, Franz, conductor. Photo with short biographical sketch
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1.15 Alphabet, Madge, mandolinist
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1.16 Althouse, Paul, tenor. Photo, 1912
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49.3 Altman, Rita, soprano. Photo, undated
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1.17 Altschuler, Modest, conductor. Photo, 1918
Container
30.4 Alvary, Max, tenor. Color print
Al Wohlman Night Club Revels--see Wohlman, Al, and Rosille, Mildred
Container
1.18 d'Amato, Gaetano, impresario?
Container
30.5 Amphions
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1.19 Amram, David, composer. Publicity brochure for Dirge and Variations and Shakespearean Concerto, 1966
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1.20 Ancona, Mario, baritone. 2 photos, 1895
Container
30.6 Anderson, George, songwriter. Title page of sheet music for song collection
Container
1.21 Anderson, Leona, actress
Container
49.4 Andrews Sisters, singers. Photo, undated
Container
1.22-23 Anka, Paul, composer. Typed and autograph lyrics, autograph music, and autograph vocal parts for 28 songs; autograph piano score; publicity program for The Longest Day, 1962; clipping, 1963
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1.24 Anthonoff, musician
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1.25 [Aptommas?], harpist (2)
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1.26 Arbuckle, Matthew, cornetist
Container
1.27 Arcaria Bros. (Angelo and ?) (3)
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1.28 Archangelski, Alexander, conductor
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1.29 Arden, Victor, and Phil Ohman, pianists
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30.7 Arditi, Luigi, composer; see also Bottesini, Giovanni. Print
Armand and Raymond--see Raymond, Gus T.
Container
1.30 Armstrong, Louis, trumpeter. 6 clippings, 1968, undated
Container
52.1 Armstrong, Louis, with Woody Herman and the Third Herd. Souvenir program, undated
Container
39.1 Arne, Thomas, composer. 2 prints, 1782
Container
1.31 Arnheim, Gus, and Orchestra (2)
Container
1.32 Art Frank's Yankee Volunteers
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30.8 Art Hickman's Hotel St. Francis Orchestra (2)
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30.9 Artot, Joseph, violinist? 2 prints, 1842, undated
Container
1.33 Artyt, Billy, bandleader (5)
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1.34 Ashe, Andrew, flutist. ALS, 3 March 1820
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1.35 Ashley, Minnie, singer
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1.36 Ashwell, Lena, pianist
Container
1.37 [Askenazy, Betty], singer?
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1.38 Atkins, Chet, guitarist
Container
1.39 Attwood, Thomas [sic, NOT Thomas Attwood, organist, 1765-1838]. Autograph
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30.10, 39.2 Auber, Daniel-François-Esprit, composer. 4 prints, 1858, undated; on reverse of one print is first page of piano score for Lestocq
Container
2.1 Aubrey, Will, guitarist
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2.2 Aug, Edna, musical comedy performer (4)
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2.3 Aus der Ohe, Adele, pianist. Clipping
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2.4, 39.3 Bach, Johann Sebastian, composer. 8 prints; 2 photos, 1892, undated
Container
2.5 Bacharach, Burt, composer. Photo, 1972
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49.5 Bachauer, Gina, pianist. Program, undated
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2.6 Backhaus, Wilhelm, pianist
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2.7 Bairnsfather, Bruce, cartoonist
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2.8 Baker, Edythe, pianist
Container
30.11 Baker Family
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2.9, 39.4 Balfe, Michael William, composer. 2 clippings, 1870, 1890; 2 MsN; photo; 2 prints
Container
2.10 Ball, Ernest R., composer. Poem, 1927; 3 photos
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2.11 Ballon, Ellen, pianist. 2 photos, 1927?
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2.12 Bamboschek, Giuseppe, pianist
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30.12 Band of All Nations
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2.13 Banjoland, ensemble (2)
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49.6 Barenboim, Daniel, pianist. Publicity sheet, undated
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2.14 Barnett, John, composer. ALS, 1839
Container
2.15 Barnhart, Harry Horner, conductor
Container
2.16 Barré, Felix, comedian
Barrère, Georges, flutist; see also Mannes, David
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2.17 2 photos, circa 1912, undated
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49.7 Clipping, undated
Container
2.18 Barrett, Peggy, singer? (10)
Container
30.13 Barrett, Virgina, and Co. (2)
Container
2.19 Barrientos, María, soprano
Container
flat file 1 Barry and Fay (Billy Barry and Hugh Fay), vaudeville team. Poster fragment, Madison Square Garden?, circa 1880s?
Container
2.20 Bartee Sisters. Photo, 1929
Container
30.14 Bartholdi
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2.21 Bartol, accordionist (2)
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2.22 Baskette, Billy, composer
Bauer, Harold, pianist.
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2.23-24, 30.15 38 photos, 1914-1932, undated; 2 clippings; 2 concert programs (Aeolian Hall, 5 February, in Grieg's Suite "Aus Holberg's Zeit," Beethoven, Gluck, Debussy, Ravel; 26 December, in Bach's Italian Concerto, Schumann's "Kriesleriana," Beethoven, etc.)
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49.8 Photo, 1915; clipping, undated
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49.9 Bax, Arnold, composer. Clipping, undated
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2.25 Beane, Fannie, and Charles Gilday, vaudeville team
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2.26 Beasey Babies (Jennie, Butterfly, Mayflower, and Violette), violinists
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2.27 Beatles, The
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2.28 Beecham, (Sir) Thomas, conductor
Beethoven, Ludwig van, composer.
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2.29, 30.16, 39.5 Autograph; 12 prints, 1820-1853, undated; oil painting; clipping, 1845; centenary souvenir brochure by the Victor Talking Machine Company, 1927
Container
49.10 2 clippings, undated
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2.30 Behrend, Jeanne, pianist. Concert program, Town Hall, 24 March 1941, in Reinagle, Beethoven, Griffes, etc. (2 copies)
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30.17 Bela Berk's Royal Gypsy Orchestra (8)
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2.31 Belafonte, Harry, singer. 3 photos, 1954; publicity brochure for "Belafonte in Person" with Letta Mbulu
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39.6 Bellini, soprano. Print
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30.18, flat file 2 Bellini, Vincenzo, composer. 4 prints, 1837, undated; photo; with photo of Gaetano Donizetti
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2.32 Belmont, Daisy, banjoist
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2.33 Benchley, Marie, contralto. Concert program, Brooklyn Art Association Rooms, 14 February 1881 with Emily Spader, soprano, and others, in Barnby, Dankla, etc.
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30.19, 39.7 Benedict, Julius, composer. 2 prints, 1844, 1850; ALS, 3 January 1870
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2.34 Benline, Harry C., composer. TLS by son Arthur J. Benline, 1977; photocopies of typed lyrics for 3 songs ("It Must Be Nice to Be," 1900; "Baptized in Darktown," 1901; "My Papa Was Just a Plain Soldier"); 2 theater programs, both with Hetz in Illustrated Songs (5th Ave. Theatre, 15 July 1901; Tony Pastor's Theatre, 11 November 1901)
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2.35, 30.20 Bennett, William Sterndale, pianist. Print, 1839; ALS, 27 November 1841, with fragment of ALS on reverse. Another ALS, 9 July 1854, is signed W. Bennett but is NOT by W. S. Bennett, the pianist
Container
30.21, flat file 3 Bériot, Charles-Auguste de, violinist. 4 prints, 1838, undated
Berk, Bela--see Bela Berk's Royal Gypsy Orchestra
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2.36 Berkeley, H. ALS, 10 December 1857
Berlin, Irving, composer.
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2.37-39, 30.22, 39.8 ALS to Harry Houdini, 1922; 10 clippings, 1924-1978, undated; 28 photos, 1903-1938, undated; souvenir programs for Yip Yip Yaphank (2 copies), 1918, Music Box Revue, 1924 and 1925, This is the Army, [1942]; with cover of program, [1942]
Container
49.11 Photo print, undated
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49.12 Berlin Philharmonic. Publicity sheet, undated
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3.1, 39.9 Berlioz, Hector, composer; see also Liszt, Franz. 2 photos; clipping; PC; print
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3.2 Bernice and Patsy, ensemble
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3.3, 30.23-24 Bernie, Ben, conductor. 61 photos, 1901-1938, undated
Container
3.4 [Bernivici?], Al, violinist
Bernstein, Leonard, composer.
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3.5 5 photos, 1944, 1971, undated; clipping, 1972; concert program, Carnegie Hall, January 1960, Mahler Festival--Program IV, in Mahler and Webern
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49.13 2 concert programs (Mass, Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center, 26 June-22 July 1972; Sixtieth birthday tribute concert, National Symphony Orchestra, Filene Center, 25 August 1978)
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3.6 Bernthaler, Carl, pianist. Photo, circa 1914
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3.7 [Berr, Nanette], violinist (2)
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3.8, 30.25 Berrens, Fred, violinist (5)
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30.26 Bertini, Henri, pianist. Print
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3.9, 30.27 [Betancourt?], Louis, and His Spanish Revue (4)
Bethune, Thomas Greene--see Blind Tom
Container
49.14 Betti, Adolfo, violinist. Clipping, undated
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3.10 Bial, Rudolf, composer
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3.11 Bianco, Eduardo, et son fameux orchestre argentin
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3.12 Bigelow, Charles A., comedian
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39.10 Billard, Edouard, composer. Print
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3.13 Bimberg, David, violinist
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3.14 Bing, (Sir) Rudolf, impresario
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3.15 Birkenholz, Arcadie, violinist (2)
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flat file 38 Bishop, (Sir) Henry Rowley, composer. Clipping; print, 1822
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3.16 Bizet, Georges, composer (2)
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3.17 Black, Frank, conductor, and Wilfred Glenn, Lewis James, James Melton, tenor, and Elliot Shaw
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3.18 Blaire, Dorothy, singer?, associated with International Rhythms
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3.19 Blake, Eubie, composer. 2 clippings, 1973, 1975; 3 photos
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3.20 Blake, James W., author. Clipping, 1935
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3.21 Blane, Rose, singer? (7)
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3.22 Blauvent, Lillian, soprano
Container
30.28 Blessner, Gustav, organist. Print
Blind Tom (Thomas Green Bethune), pianist.
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30.29 Print; 2 clippings, 1866-1904; souvenir program, 1867; 4 concert programs (Platt's Music Hall, 14 April 1873; Boston Music Hall, 16 November 1874; Young's Pier Theatre, undated; Unknown venue, undated)
Container
flat file 4 2 prints; clipping, 1940
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3.23 Bloch, Alexander, violinist
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3.24 Bloch, André, composer
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3.25, 30.30 Blue Rhythm Band (5); see also Hill, Florence
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3.26 Blue Ridge Ramblers
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3.27 Blue Sliokers, banjoist
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3.28 Blum and [?], violinists. Print
Container
30.31, 40.1 Bochsa, Robert-Nicolas-Charles, harpist. 4 prints, [1]842, 1856, undated; 3 drawings; clipping, 1858
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3.29 Bockstein, Edna, pianist. Concert program, Town Hall, 26 March 1941, incl. Mateo Albeniz, Felipe Rodriguez, and other Spanish composers, etc.
Bodanzky, Artur, conductor.
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3.30 6 photos, 1919, undated; portion of concert program, Aeolian Hall, 3 April, in Bach Concert
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49.15 Clipping, undated
Container
3.31 Boerl, Rose, cellist (2)
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30.32 Bohannan Family, singers. Title page of sheet music for song (2 copies)
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3.32 Bohemian Flappers (2)
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31.1 [Bohlig?], Richard
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31.2 Boieldieu, Francis-Andrien, composer. 2 prints
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3.33 Bolden, Harry, pianist (2)
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51.51 Bolm, Adolph, ballet dancer and choreographer. Composite 1, photo with Stravinsky, Igor, undated
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3.34 Bond, Gertrude, singer (2)
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49.16 Bond, Rollin, conductor. Photo, undated
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40.2 Bonoldi, Claudio, tenor. Print
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3.35 Bononcini, Giovanni [the younger?], composer. Print
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3.36 Boone, Pat, singer. Souvenir program for show with Rudenko Brothers, Fontane Sisters, etc.
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3.37 Booth, Alice, singer? (2)
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3.38 Borchard, Adolphe, pianist
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rolled storage 6 Borciani, Paolo
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3.39 Boreo, Emil, pianist. Photo, 1921?
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3.40 Borge, Victor, pianist. Photo; souvenir program, circa 1955
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4.1 Bostic, Earl, conductor
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4.2 Boston Male Chorus (2)
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49.17 Boston Symphony Orchestra. Publicity sheet, 1967-1968; clipping, undated
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31.3 Bottesini, Giovanni, conductor, and Luigi Arditi, composer. Print
Container
4.3, 40.3 Bourbon, Ray, singer. Photo; poster for recordings on Imperial Records (2 copies)
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4.4 Bovy, Samuel, conductor (7)
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4.5 Bowers, Eleanor, singer? (5)
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40.4 Boyce, William, organist. Print
Container
49.18 Brachocki, Alexander, pianist. Clipping, undated
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4.6 Brahms, Johann, composer. Photo; PC; print
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4.7 Brailowsky, Alexander, pianist. Concert program, Theresa L. Kaufmann Auditorium, New York, 19 November 1944, in Vivaldi, Scarlatti, Beethoven, Chopin, etc.; 3 photos
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31.4 Brandes, Emma, pianist. Print
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4.8 Brandwynne, Nat, conductor (17)
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4.9 Brennan and Adams, ensemble (2)
Bridewell, Carrie, contralto.
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49.19 Clipping, undated
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51.52 Composite 2, clipping, undated
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4.10 [Briegger, Elsa], cellist. Photo, 1899
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4.11 Bristow, George Frederick, composer. Print, 1879
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4.12 Britten, Benjamin, composer. Clipping, 1962; concert program for 6 performances of Noye's Fludde in May
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4.13 Broadway Melody Girls
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4.14 Brodie and Brodie, mulatto duo. PC, 1908?; 4 photos
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4.15 Bronstein, Ariana, violinist. Concert program, Town Hall, 21 March 1941, in Bruch, Chopin, Milstein, De Falla-Kreisler, etc.
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4.16 Brooks and Denton, banjoists
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4.17 Brooks, Lawrence, baritone (7)
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4.18 Brotherson, Erik, composer
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4.19 Brown, Eddy, violinist (9)
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4.20 Bruch, Fritz, cellist
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4.21 Bruch, Lucie, violinist (2)
Bruch, Max, composer.
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4.22 Print
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49.20 Clipping, undated
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4.23 Bruckner, Anton, composer. 4 clippings, 1920-1962, undated
Brüder Eichhorn--see Eichhorn, Ernest and Edouard
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31.5 [Brunel?], Ivan, and Al Lamb, directors; see also White, Jack
Bryer, Vera--see Whidden, Jay
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4.24 Buetoni, conductor
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4.25, 31.6, flat file 5 Bull, Ole (Borneman), violinist. 21 prints, 1838-1858, undated, one with ALS affixed; 16 photos, 1868, undated; 2 clippings, 1853, undated; ticket for Ole Bull's Grand Concert, 6 May 1872
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4.26 Bülow, Hans von, pianist. PC; 2 photos; print
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4.27 Burke, Johnny, composer. Clipping, 1962; photo
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4.28 Burmeister, Richard, composer
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4.29, 40.5 Burney, Charles, music historian. ALS to Edmond Malone, 17 March 1809, with clipping from dealer's catalog; 2 prints, 1819, undated
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4.30 Burns and White, ensemble (3)
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4.31 Burns, Annelu, author. Correspondence to and from Harry H. Poppe, 1919-1920, undated
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4.32 Busch, Fritz, conductor
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4.33 Busch, Happy, and Ethel Joy, ensemble (2)
Busoni, Ferruccio, pianist.
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5.1 2 photos; PC
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49.21 Caption to missing clipping, undated
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5.2 Butts, Al, and His Six Peaches
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5.3, 31.7 Byrd, Winifred, pianist (5)
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5.4 Cahn, Sammy, author. 2 photos and 4 clippings, 1974
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5.5 Calloway, Cab, singer. 12 photos, 1933, undated; clipping, 1968
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5.6 Camára, Geo. Jagou, violinist-baritone (2)
Camel Quarter Hour Orchestra--see Downey, Morton; Renard, Jacques
Cameo Ramblers--see Carlo Bros.
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5.7 Campbell, William. Photo, 1919?
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5.8 Candidus, William, bass (2)
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31.8 Canthal, Auguste M., flutist. Print, 1845
Cantor, Eddie--see Vallee, Rudy
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5.9 Capaldi, Gaetano, and the Greatest Tyrolean Band
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5.10 Capers, Cairo, violinist
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flat file 61 Cappa, Charles, bandmaster. 3 posters
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5.11 Cappellani, Albert, director (2)
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5.12 Carey, Henry, author. 2 prints
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5.13 Carlay, Rachel, singer. 5 clippings, 1937, undated; 7 photos
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5.14 Carle, Frankie, and His Orchestra (7)
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31.9 Carleton, Will. Print
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5.15 [Carl Formes Group?]
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5.16 Carlin, Billy, and His Radio Entertainers (2)
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5.17 Carlo Bros./Cameo Ramblers, ensemble (4)
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5.18 Carnaby, William, composer. Print
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5.19 Carolinas, The, early music quintet. Photo
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31.10 Carpenter, Earl, and His [Liceo?] Hotel Orchestra (2)
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5.20 Carpenter, Thelma, singer (5)
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31.11, 40.6 Carr, Benjamin, composer. 5 prints
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5.21 Carreño, Teresa, pianist. Print
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5.22 Carroll, Clara Douglas, singer?
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5.23 Carter de Haven Sextette and Trio (2)
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5.24 Caruso, Enrico, tenor. Clipping
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5.25, flat file 6 Cary, Annie Louise, contralto; see also Nilsson, Christine. Tintype; print with cartoon on reverse, "Society People at a 'First Night' in Wallack's Theatre," 1884
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5.26 Cary, Edwin, pianist. Concert program, Pouch Gallery, Brooklyn, 15 November 1893, with Tirzah Hamlen, contralto, in Hesse, Ries, etc.
Casadesus, Henri--see Société des Instruments Anciens
Casals, Pablo, cellist; see also Kriesler, Fritz
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5.27 10 photos, 1916, 1971, undated
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49.22 2 clippings, undated
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5.28, 49.23 Casals, Susan Metcalfe, singer (2)
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52.2 Case, Anna, soprano. Advertisement/program, Carnegie Hall, 11 October 1916
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49.24 Casella, Alfredo, composer. 2 clippings, undated
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5.29 Cash, Johnny, singer. Clipping, 1970
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5.30 Caslova, Marie, violinist (2)
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5.31 Cassella, Alfredo, composer (2)
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5.32 [Castagneri?], A., pianist
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49.25 Castro, Juan José, composer and conductor. Photo, undated
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5.33 Cavallini, Ernesto, clarinetist
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49.26 Chamber Society of Philadelphia. Publicity sheet, 1967-1968
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5.34 Chamberlain, William, baritone
Chaminade, Cécile, composer and pianist.
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5.35 PC
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49.27 Clipping, undated
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5.36 Chang and His Musical Mandarins, ensemble (2)
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5.37 Charlier, Marcel, conductor? (2)
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5.38 Charninsky, Hyman, conductor
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49.28 Charpentier, Gustave, composer. 2 clippings, undated
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flat file 7 Charton[-Demeur, Anne], mezzo-soprano. Print, 1849
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40.7 Chatterton, Frederick, harpist. Print
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31.12 Chatterton, J. B., harpist. Photo, 1834
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5.39 Chenkin, Victor, baritone
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31.13 Cherie, singer?
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5.40 Cherney, Guy, singer (3)
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5.41, 31.14, flat file 39 Cherubini, Luigi, composer. 14 prints, 1809-1887, undated
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31.15 Chester, Eddie, singer? (2)
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5.42 Chevriel, Emile Demarque, violinist
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49.29 Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Publicity sheet, 1967
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5.43 Child, William, organist. Print
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5.44 Chong and Lee
Chopin, Frédéric, composer.
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5.45, 40.8 Photo; 5 prints, 1833, 1849, undated; clipping
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49.30 Clipping, undated
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flat file 40 Christine, Louisa, harpist. 2 prints
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40.9 Churchill City Quartette
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5.46 Cianchettini, Pio, pianist. ALS, 1835
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31.16 Cimarosa, Domenico, composer. Print, 1816
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5.47 Claire, Marcelle (3)
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5.48 Clarion Trumpeters
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5.49 Clark, Eddie, composer? Photo, 1929
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5.50 Clark, Eddy K., ukulele (2)
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5.51 Clarke, John Sleeper, tenor. 2 clippings, 1919, undated
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5.52 Clark, Petula, singer. Photo with press release
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51.56 Claussen, Bojian and Sonjia [daughters of Claussen, Julia, mezzo-soprano]. Composite 6, clipping with Voedisch, Alma, circa 1914
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5.53 Claussen, Julia, mezzo-soprano
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5.54-55, 41.1 Clementi, Muzio, composer. 6 prints, 1804-1846, undated
Cleve, Elmer--see [Keller?], Marylin
Cliburn, Van, pianist.
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31.17, 52.3 Concert program, Gregory Gymnasium, University of Texas, Austin, 23 November 1958, in Wagner and Tchaikovsky, with souvenir program notes
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52.3 Clipping, 27 July 1964; Souvenir program, Tchaikovsky International Prize Competition, Moscow, 1958
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5.56 Clifford, [Lizbeth], singer? (2)
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41.2 Clifton, Harry, singer. Sheet music for "Have You Seen the Ghost?"; title pages of sheet music for "The Ghost's Gallop,"  "Up With the Lark in the Morning," and 2 unidentified songs
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31.18 Clinton, Larry, bandleader
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5.57 [Coes, The], ensemble (2)
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49.31 Coffin, Nelson P., conductor. Clipping, 18 April 1923
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5.58 Cole, Bob, and J. Rosamond Johnson, composers
Cole, Rex--see Rex Cole Mountaineers
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31.19 Coleman, Emil, pianist?
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6.1 Collettes, The (2)
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6.2 Colley, Ada, singer. Photo, 1899
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6.3 [Collin?], conductor?
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6.4 Collins, Master Viotti, violinist. Print
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flat file 41 Collins, Medora, singer. Print, 1852
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6.5 Columbo, Russ, bandleader? (14)
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6.6 Conche, Robert, violinist
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6.7 Connell, Horatio, baritone. 2 photos, 1915
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31.20 Conquest, [Benjamin Oliver?, actor]. 2 prints
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49.32 Consolo, Ernesto, pianist. 3 Clippings, undated
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6.8 Cook, Billy, banjoist
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31.21 Cook, Joe, guitarist
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6.9 Cooke, Benjamin, organist. Print
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49.33 Coop, Squire, music director and conductor. Photo, undated
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6.10, 41.3 Cooper, Jimmy, banjoist and cellist (8)
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6.11 Coots, J. Fred, composer (4)
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31.22 Coppola, Pietro Antonio, composer. Print
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6.12 Corelli, Arcangelo, composer. 4 prints
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6.13 Cori, Ange, wardrobe master. Print, 1766
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6.14 [Corkey?], Paul, baritone
Cortot, Alfred, pianist.
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6.15 Photo, undated
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49.34 2 Clippings, undated
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6.16, flat file 42 Costa, Michael, Sir, conductor. 9 prints, 1835, 1862, undated
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31.23 Costello, Tom, singer. Title page of sheet music for "At Trinity Church I Met My Doom!," 1894
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6.17, 31.24 Cota, El (3)
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6.18 Cotter, John, musician? Print
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6.19 Cotton Club Orchestra (6)
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6.20 Craig, Francis, and His Orchestra; and His Mascot Pee Wee (4)
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31.25 Cramer, [Franz] (François, brother of Johann Baptist Cramer). Print, 1826
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31.26, 41.4 Cramer, Johann Baptist, pianist. 8 prints, 1830-1848, undated; drawing
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6.21 Cramer, W[ilhelm, violinist?]. Print, 1803
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6.22 Crawford, Jack, bandleader (15)
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6.23 Crawford, Jesse, organist
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6.24 Crawley, Wilton, clarinetist
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6.25 Creatori, Giuseppe, conductor (11)
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31.27 Crice, Bobby, and Her Bricktops
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6.26 [Crocker?], Dorothy, singer? 2 photos, circa 1939?
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6.27 Croft, William, organist. Print
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6.28 Crooners, The/Four Croonaders (2)
Crosby, Bing--see Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys
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31.28 Cross, Ben[jamin?], composer? 2 prints
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6.29 Crotch, William, composer. 9 prints, 1779, undated
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6.30 Crowquill, Alfred, lithographer (pseudonym for Alfred Henry Forrester, composer). Print, circa 1830
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31.29 Croze, Ferdinand, pianist. Print, 1851
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31.30 Cuban Tipica Rumba Band
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31.31 Cuddy, Edward. 8 prints
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6.31, 31.32 Cummins, Bernie, bandleader (5)
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6.32 Cumpson, Harry, pianist. Photo, 1930
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6.33 Curesh, J. Nicholles. ALS, 10 August 1881
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6.34 Curti, Giovanni, harpist
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49.35 Curzon, Clifford, pianist. Photo, 1939
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6.35 Czechoslovakias (sic) National Band
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6.36 Czerny, Carl, pianist; see also Liszt, Franz. 2 prints
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31.33 Daisy Jean, violinist
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52.4 d'Albert, Charles Louis Napoleon, composer. Title pages of sheet music for "Coquette Polka" (2), undated; "D'Albert's Album of Bal.," undated; "The Queen Topaze Quadrille," undated
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6.37 d'Albert, Eugen, pianist. 4 photos; 2 concert programs (22 November 1889 in Beethoven's Concert in G, Felix Draesecke's Serenata in D, etc.; Madison Square Garden, 7 April, in Mendelssohn, Raff, etc.)
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6.38 Dambois, Maurice, cellist (2)
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6.39 Dambrine
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flat file 8 Damoreau, [Laure-Cinthie], soprano. Print, 1832
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6.40 Damrosch, Frank, conductor. Concert program, Carnegie Hall, 20 March 1909, in Elgar's "Dream of Gerontius," affixed in souvenir program notes
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6.41 Damrosch, Frank and Walter, conductors. 2 photos, 1871
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6.42 Damrosch, Leopold, conductor. 2 photos; 3 prints
Damrosch, Walter, conductor; see also Paderewski, Ignace.
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6.43-44 2 ALS; 21 photos, 1912-1920, undated; Damrosch Opera Co. publicity booklet, circa 1895; souvenir program for Damrosch's golden jubilee, 1935; 2 concert programs (Aeolian Hall, 22 and 24 October, in Beethoven, etc.; Century Theatre, 17 March, in Stanford and Wagner)
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52.5 3 clippings; lecture program, Berkeley Lyceum, 12-13 March; scrapbook page, undated
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6.45 Dandys, The (2)
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6.46 [Dark?], Beatrice, singer
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6.47 Darley, Mr., singer. Print
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31.34 Darling, Hattie, and the Violin Girls
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6.48 D'Arville, Camille, actress
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6.49 Daughn-Locker, Martha, soprano. Concert program, Town Hall, 27 March 1941, in songs by Cook, Scarlatti, etc.
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31.35, 41.5 David, Félicien-César, composer. 3 prints; charcoal drawing, 1866
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6.50 David, Hal, librettist. Photo, 1970
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7.1 Davidson, Rebecca, pianist. Photo, 1914
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7.2 Davis, Benny, songwriter
Davis, Eddie, and Gang--see Nixon, Hal
Davis, George O.--see Millard, Harrison
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7.3 Davis, Meyer, bandleader? (2)
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7.4 Davy, John, composer. Print
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7.5 Dawn Sisters (Simone and Joan), singers? (3)
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7.6 Dawray, Helen (Little Nell the California Diamond), banjoist
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7.7 Dawson, Nancy. Print
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7.8 Day, Ditta, singer
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31.36 De Begnis, Giuseppe, tenor? 9 prints, 1822, undated
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31.37 DeBelogga, Anna, singer. Title page of sheet music, 1881
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7.9 de Broglie, Princess Jacques (sic), pianist
Debs, The--see Four Co-Eds
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49.37 Debussy, Claude, composer. 3 clippings, undated
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7.10 De Costa, Harry, songwriter (4)
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7.11 Decreus, Camille, pianist. Photo, 1916
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7.12 Defesch, Willem, violinist. Print, 1751
de Haven, Carter--see Carter de Haven Sextette and Trio
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31.38 DeKerekjarto, Duci, violinist (4)
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7.13 De Koven, Reginald, composer. 2 TLS, 19 April and 4 May 1898; photo
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7.14 Delano, Jeppe and Fanny, vaudeville team
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7.15 Delaur, Esther, singer. Photo, 1914
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7.16 Delibes, Léo, composer
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7.17 Del Rios, ensemble (2)
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31.39 Deming, L. L., singer. Title page of sheet music for song
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7.18 De Milita, Anna Maria (in New Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic), harpist (8)
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7.19, 41.6 Dengremont, Maurice, violinist. 2 photos, 1881, undated; 2 prints
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7.20 Denier, Tony, comedian. Clipping
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7.21 Denise, Diane, singer (7)
De Pachmann, Vladimir, pianist.
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7.22 Photo; concert program, Mendelssohn Hall, 28 October, in Schumann, Chopin, von Weber, etc.
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49.36 2 Concert programs, Chickering Hall, January and March 1894
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7.23 De Prang, Andre, violinist (4)
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31.40 De Reszke, Edouard, bass. Color print
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31.41 De Silver, George, and Orchestra (14)
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7.24 Dethier, [Edouard?, violinist]
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7.25 DeWilfred & Bohman, violinist
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7.26 [DeWitt], violinist
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7.27 Diamond, Charles, harpist (2)
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7.28 [Dickenson, Jennie], actress
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49.38 Dickson, Donald, baritone. Concert program, undated
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31.42 Dictators, The (2) (oversize)
Didur, Adamo, bass.
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7.29 Photo, 1909
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49.39 Clipping, 1916
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7.30, 31.43 Dignum, Charles, singer. 8 prints, 1799-1806
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7.31 Dilgarde, Flora Anderson, church organist/accompanist. ALS from M. B. MacDonald regardomg Dilgarde materials; 2 church brochures (First Baptist Peddie Memorial Church, 20 April 1919, as organist; Westminster Presbyterian Church, 18 May 1919, role not listed); 2 concert programs, both as accompanist (St. James Church, New York, 25 November 1918, in Concert by the Parish Choir; Chalif's, 3 May 1919, in Spring Festival of the Universal League)
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7.32 Dilling, Mildred, harpist (3)
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7.33 Dimitri, Rita, singer. Clipping, 1975
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7.34 Ding-a-Ling Family (Bud and Patti Imig), bell ringing ensemble. 2 photos; publicity brochure for appearance at school assembly in Denver, Colorado; publicity flyer
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7.35 Diplomats Orchestra (3)
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flat file 43 Distin Family, brass ensemble. 2 prints, 1846, undated
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7.36 Dixon, Frederic, pianist
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7.37 Doctors, The, ensemble
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31.44 Dodworth, Allen, composer. 2 Prints, 1851
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7.38 Doguereau, Paul, pianist
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7.39 Dohnányi, Ernst von, pianist (2)
Dolmetsch, Elodie--see Franko, Sam
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31.45 Donaldson, Walter, composer (2)
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7.40 Don Hall Trio (5)
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31.46, 41.7 Donizetti, Gaetano, composer; see also Bellini, Vincenzo. 3 prints
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7.41 Donlin, Mike, baseball celebrity and husband of Mabel Hite, vaudeville performer (2)
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7.42 Dorn, Heinrich, composer-conductor. Print
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31.47 Dorney, Richard
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7.43 Douglas Bros. (Harry and Wilfred), banjoists
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7.44 Downey, Morton, singer, with Jacques Renard and the Camel Quarter Hour Orchestra (2)
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7.45, 49.40 Dresel, Otto, pianist. Concert program, Chickering's Rooms, Boston, 8 April 1865, in Chopin, Moscheles, etc. (5 copies)
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7.46 Dresser, Paul, composer (6)
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31.48 Dreyschock, Alexandre, pianist. Print
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7.47 Drury, Norma, pianist. Photo, 1933
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49.41 Dublin Trio. Photo, undated
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7.48 Dukas, Paul, composer
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7.49 Dumontet, harpist. Print, circa 1849
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31.49 Duncan, Charles H., composer. Title Page of Sheet Music
Dunham, Mellie, the Ford Fiddler (Alanson Mellen Dunham).
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7.50 16 photos, 2 with Henry Ford
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49.42 Remembrance program, 2003
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7.51 Dunn, Johnny, and His Comedians
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8.1 Duruset, John, singer. Print, 1822
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8.2 Dvořák, Antonín, composer. 3 prints
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49.43 Dyer-Bennet, Richard, singer. Program, Jordan Hall, 7 December 1947
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8.3 Earl and Bell, guitarists
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31.50 Earle, Burt, and Girls, ensemble, 1925?
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31.51 Eastcott, Singer. Title page of sheet music, 1818
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8.4 Ebb, Fred, composer. Clipping, 1976
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31.52 Eckert, Karl, composer. 2 prints
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8.5 Eckstine, Billy, singer. Clipping, 1977
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8.6 Eddinger, Lillian, banjoist
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31.53 Edna White Ensemble (2)
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8.7 Eddy, Clarence, organist. PC, 1914
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8.8 Eddy, Nelson, baritone. List of concert dates, January-April
Eddy, Ted--see Yerkes College Misfits
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8.9 Edgar, Geraldine (Edgar & Metcalf), violinist (2)
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8.10 Edison Quartette. 3 photos, 1905
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8.11 Edwards, Dorothea, contralto. Photo; 2 publicity brochures; proposed concert program for "Madam Troubador" in imitations of famous singers
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8.12 Edwards, Gus, composer. 17 photos, 1906, undated
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8.13 Edwards, Seymour [Edwards & LeLyan]
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32.1, 41.8 Eichhorn, Ernest and Edouard (Brüder Eichhorn), violinists. 4 prints, 1832-1834, undated
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8.14 Eight Men of Manhattan, singers. TLS, 27 January 1939; photo
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32.2 [Elga?] and Her Music Box Girls
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8.15 Elgar, Edward, composer. Souvenir program, Royal Albert Hall, 5 May 1978, celebrity concert of Elgar's works
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41.9 Elleviou, actor? 2 prints
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8.16, 32.3 Ellington, Duke, bandleader. 7 photographs, undated; 7 clippings, 1968; publicity brochure
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8.17 Ellis, Florence, actress
Elman, Mischa, violinist.
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8.18 22 photos, 1910-1941, undated; concert program, Carnegie Hall, 30 December, in Nardini-Hauser, Ernst, etc.
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49.44 2 clippings, photo, undated
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51.53 Composite 3, clipping with Kahn, Percy (pianist), undated
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8.19 Elshuco Trio. 2 photos, 1919
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8.20 Emmet, mouth organist. Clipping regarding appearance in "Fritz"
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8.21 Emmett, Dan, composer. Photo, 1880
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49.45 Enesco, Georges, composer, conductor, violinist, and pianist. Clipping, undated
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8.22 English Singers, The. 3 photos, 1928, 1929, undated
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49.46 Epstein, Richard, accompanist and pianist. 2 clippings, undated
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8.23 Erard, José, tenor. Photo, 1912
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42.1 Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm, violinist; see also Liszt, Franz. 2 prints
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8.24 Eugene, Master, xylophonist, and unidentified pianist (6)
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8.25 Evelyn, violinist
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8.26 [Eyreams?], Cecile, harpist
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8.27 Faelten, Carl, pianist. Print
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8.28 Fagan, Raymond, and Orchestra (3)
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8.29 Fargo, Donna, singer
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8.30 Farrington, Nina, actress? (2)
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8.31 Faure, Jean-Baptiste, baritone. Print
Fay, Hugh--see Barry and Fay
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8.32 Felton, Happy, and His Orchestra; see also Silvertown Cord Orchestra. 2 photos
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32.4 Ferdinando, Lieutenant Felix, and His Havana Orchestra
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49.47 Ferras, Christian, violinist. Publicity sheet, Carnegie Hall, 16 November 1967
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8.33 Fester, Lee, violinist (4)
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8.34 Fiedler, Max, conductor. 4 photos, circa 1908-1911, undated
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8.35 Field, Joan, violinist. Photo, 1939
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8.36, 32.5 Field, John, composer. 3 prints
Fields and Hall--see Rex Cole Mountaineers
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32.6 Fields Bros. and Gang
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32.7 Fifteen Synco Pettes (2)
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8.37 Finnegan, John, tenor. Photo, 1916
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8.38 Fio Rito, Ted, and His Orchestra, and soloists Ray Hendricks and Muzzy Marcellino. Clipping, 1971; 12 photos
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8.39 First Piano Quartet. Clipping
Fisher, Hal--see Hal Fisher's College Orchestra
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8.40, 32.8, 49.48 Fisher, Max, and His Orchestra. 9 photos, undated
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8.41 Fisher, Stan, harmonicist (3)
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32.9 Fisk University Jubilee Singers. Print and photo, mounted, 1872, with copy print; clipping, 1873; brochure for concert at Town Hall, Streatham, 16 and 17 December 1897
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8.42 Fitch-Cooper, violinist
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8.43 Fitz-Gerald, Adair, composer? Clipping, 1896
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9.1 Fitzgerald, Ella, singer. 2 photos, 1940; 3 clippings, 1967-1968
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9.2 Fitzgibbon, Lew, xylophonist (6)
Fitziu, Anna--see Granados, Enrique
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9.3 Five Musical [Chapins?], ensemble (2)
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32.10 Fleeson, Neville, author
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9.4 Fletcher, John, composer. ANS
Flonzaley Quartet.
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9.5 20 photos, 1913-1925, undated; clipping; 2 concert programs, Aeolian Hall (27 November, in Mozart, etc.; 25 January, in Reger and Beethoven)
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52.6 3 clippings; photo, 1916; 2 scrapbook pages, undated
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9.6 Florentine Choir
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32.11, 42.2 Flotow, Friedrich von, composer. 10 prints
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9.7 Foch, Dirk, conductor
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9.8 Foggia, Francesco, composer. Print
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9.9 Fontaines, The (17)
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9.10 Foote, Phil, pianist. Photograph with press release, 1973
Ford, Henry--see Dunham, Mellie
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32.12 Formes, Karl, bass. 2 prints
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32.13 Fornasari, Luciano, bass. 3 prints, 1853, undated
Forrester, Alfred Henry--see Crowquill, Alfred
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32.14 Forti, Giuseppe
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49.49 Foss, Lukas, conductor and composer. Publicity sheet, November 1967-April 1968
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49.50 Foster, Sidney, pianist. Photo, undated
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9.11, 32.15 Foster, Stephen, composer. 3 photos; 3 clippings, 1938, 1941, undated; print, 1938
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9.12 Four [Bronetts?], ensemble
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9.13 Four Co-Eds/The Debs, dancers? (3)
Four Croonaders--see Crooners, The
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9.14 Four Eton Boys, The (3)
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9.15, 32.16 Four Hamel Sisters; see also Stross, R. G. 4 photos, undated
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9.16 Four Mattes, The, accordionists (3)
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9.17 Four Rubini Sisters (5)
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9.18 Four Sailors (2)
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9.19 Four Smilettas, ensemble (violinist pictured)
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9.20 Fox, George L., comedian. Clipping, 1909
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9.21 Foy, Eddie, actor. Clipping, 1907
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9.22 Francis, John W.
Franck, César, composer.
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9.23 PC
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49.51 Clipping, undated
Frank, Art--see Art Frank's Yankee Volunteers
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9.24 Frank, Osadore, conductor. Photo, circa 1880
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32.17 Franklin, Gertrude, singer. Title page of sheet music
Franko, Nahan, conductor.
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9.25 5 photos, undated
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49.52 Clipping, 8 June 1930
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9.26 Franko, Sam, conductor. 2 concert programs (Daly's Theatre, 27 January 1903, in Gluck, Monsigny, etc., with Elodie Dolmetsch, harpsichord soloist; Mendelssohn Hall, 1 February 1906, in all-Mozart program)
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32.18 Franz, Robert, composer. Photo
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32.19 Fraser, I. S., actor. Print, 1844
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9.27 Fraternity Revue (2)
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9.28 Freddy Mack's Yale Collegians, ensemble
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32.20 Freed, Carl, and His Orchestra (4)
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9.29 Frescobaldi, Girolama, organist. Print
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9.30 Frické (Miss Barley's Bull Dogs' Music Hall)
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9.31 Friedberg, Carl, pianist. Photo, circa 1929
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9.32 Friedman, Ignaz, pianist
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9.33 Frijsh, Povla, soprano. Publicity flyer, 1941
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9.34 Friml, Rudolf, composer. 3 clippings, 1972; flyer for "An Evening with Rudolf Friml" concert, with autographed transcription to Robert Downing, 1962
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9.35 Frolickers, The, ensemble
Frye, Edward--see Moss and Frye
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9.36 Fuller Sisters (Dorothy, Cynthia, and Rosalina), singers. 7 photos, 1915, undated
Gabrilowitsch, Ossip, pianist; see also Hutcheson, Ernest.
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9.37 15 photos; 3 concert programs, Aeolian Hall (27 March in Schumann, Chopin; 24 February in Brahms and Liszt; 27 April in Brahms, Schumann, and Liszt)
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49.53 Clipping, undated
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42.3 Gabussi, Vincenzo, pianist. 2 prints, 1835, undated
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9.38 [Gailey, Mary Devinson], violinist. Photo, 1913
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9.39 [Galperin?]
Galston, Gottfried, pianist.
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9.40 Photo, undated
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49.54 Clipping, undated
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9.41 Ganz, Rudolph, pianist. Photo; concert program, Aeolian Hall, 1 January, with Albert Spalding, violinist, in Brahms, Handel, etc.
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32.21 Garber, Jan, bandleader (8)
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9.42 Gardner, Samuel, violinist
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9.43 Garner, Errol, pianist. Clipping, 1977; photo
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9.44 Garrison, Mabel, soprano
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9.45 Gazzaniga, Madame Marietta, opera singer (2)
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9.46 Geiger, John, violinist (4)
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32.22 Geiser, Harold, and His Presentation Orchestra (11)
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9.47 Gentle, Alice, mezzo-soprano (3)
Gérardy, Jean, cellist.
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10.1 13 photos, 1897, undated
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49.55 Clipping, undated
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10.2 Gerhardt, Elena, lieder singer. 2 clippings
Gershwin, George, composer.
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10.3, 32.23 10 photos, 1973, undated; print, 1938; 8 clippings, 1973-1978, undated
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49.56 Program (Russian, photocopy); clipping; photo, undated
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10.4 Gershwin, Ira, lyricist
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10.5 Geyer, Ernie
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32.24 Giardini, Felicee de', violinist. Print
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10.6 Gibbs, violinist
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32.25 Gibson, Charles Dana and Irene. Clipping, 1942
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32.26 Gibson Troupe, The
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10.7 Giersdorf Sisters, singers? (3)
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10.8 Gieseking, Walter, pianist. Concert program, Aeolian Hall, 8 February 1926, in Bach, etc.; 4 photos
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10.9 Gifford, Electra, soprano
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10.10 Gilbert, Bessie, cornetist
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10.11 Gilbert, Bobby, violinist (2)
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10.12 Gilbert, L. Wolfe, author, and Mabel Wayne, composer. 5 photos; clipping
Gilbert, W. S., and Arthur Sullivan.
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10.13 Drawing of pirate, 1912?, after The Pirates of Penzance
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51.61 Composite 13, clipping, undated
Gilday, Charles--see Beane, Fanny
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10.14 Gillespie, Dizzy, trumpeter. 6 photos, 1955
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32.27 Gillingham, conductor. Print
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10.15, 32.28 Gilmore, P. S. (Patrick Sarsfield), bandmaster. 3 prints, 1854, undated; souvenir program, 1906; 3 photos; 10 concert programs, all at Manhattan Beach, in marches, songs, etc, with various soloists (20 June 1885 [2 copies]; 24 July 1885; 7 July 1889; 25 August 1889; 15 July 1891; 23 August 1891; 15 July 1892; 6 August 1892; 2 September 1892)
Girls of the Golden West--see Melody Mays Saxonettes
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49.57 Gittelson, Frank. Clipping, undated
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32.29 Glanville, Ruth, saxophonist (3)
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10.16 Glass, Julia, pianist
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49.58 Glazunov, Alexander, composer; see also Rimsky-Korsakov, Georgi. Clipping, undated
Glenn Miller Orchestra--see McKinley, Ray
Glenn, Wilfred--see Black, Frank
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10.17 Gluck, Alma, soprano; see also Zimbalist, Efrem. 2 photos, undated
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32.30, flat file 44 Gluck, Christoph Willibald, composer. Photo; 3 prints
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32.31 Gockel, August, composer. Title page of sheet music for "Le Triomphe," 1856
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10.18 Goddard, Arabella, pianist. Clipping
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10.19 Godino, Lucio and Simplico, Siamese twins/ bandleaders. 14 photos, circa 1930 and 1937, undated; clipping
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10.20 Godowsky, Leopold, pianist; see also Ysäye, Eugene. 6 photos, 1902-1916, undated; clipping
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10.21 Goff and Brown (only one pictured)
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32.32 Golden, Ernie, and Orchestra (10)
Goldkette, Jean--see Jean Goldkette's Casa Loma Orchestra
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10.22 Goldman, Edwin Franko, bandmaster. 7 photos, 1937, undated; PC, 1930; blank printed greeting card from the Goldmans; 4 souvenir booklets for the Goldman Band; concert program, New York University campus, 8 August 1925, in Johann Strauss, Rossini, Wagner, Goldman
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10.23 Goldmark, [Karl], pianist-composer. Print
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32.33 Goldschmidt, Otto, and Jenny Lind. Print
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10.24 Golf Fiends, ensemble
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10.25, 32.34 Goodman, Lillian Rosedale, composer (3)
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10.26 Gossec, François Joseph, composer. Print
Gottschalk, Louis Moreau, composer.
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10.27, 32.35 4 prints; concert program, 31 May, in Rossini and compositions and arrangements by Gottschalk for piano and banjo
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52.7 Publicity sheet, March 1862
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10.28 Gould, Morton, composer (2)
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10.29, 32.36 Gounod, Charles François, composer. PC; 2 photos; 5 prints
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10.30 Gow, Neil, violinist. 4 prints, 1809, undated
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10.31 Gozzi, Carlo, dramatist. Print
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10.32 Grainger, [Porter], and [Bob] Ricketts, songwriting team
Grainger, Percy, pianist.
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10.33 13 photos, 1915, 1925, undated
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49.59 Clipping, undated
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10.34 Granados, Enrique, composer. Concert program, Aeolian Hall, 22 February, in all-Granados program with Anna Fitziu, soprano; clipping
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10.35 Granichstaedten, Bruno, composer
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11.1 Grasse, Edwin, violinist
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42.4 Grau, Maurice, impresario. Letter of appreciation to Grau from Metropolitan Opera Company members (hand colored print), 1900
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11.2 Graveure, Louis, concert singer. 4 photos, circa 1916, undated
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11.3 Gray, Bee Ho, banjoist
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11.4 Gray, Carolyn, pianist
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49.60 Gray, Glen, and the Casa Loma Orchestra. 3 photos, undated
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49.61 Green, Benny, trombonist. Photo, undated
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11.5 Green, Jane, singer (9)
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49.62 Green, Johnnie, composer. Photo, 16 August 1928
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11.6 Gresser, Emily, violinist
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11.7 Grétry, André Ernest Modeste, composer. 4 prints, 1813?, undated
Grieg, Edvard, composer.
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32.37 Print, 1894; photo
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49.63 2 clippings, undated
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32.38 [Grieleiles?], Theodore Victor. 2 prints
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11.8 Grienauer, Karl, violinist
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11.9 [Grinfeld?], Heinrich, violinist. Photo, 1889
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11.10 Gross, Felix, violinist. Concert program, Mendelssohn Hall, 21 February, in Kreutzer, Bruch, etc.
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11.11 Grow, Ethel, contralto
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11.12 Gruenberg, Louis, composer. Clipping, 1964
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11.13 Grünfeld, Alfred, pianist. Photo, 1892?
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11.14 Gruppe, Paolo, cellist (4)
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11.15 Guidi, Scipione, violinist; see also Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York; Van Vliet, Cornelius
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11.16 Guilbert, Yvette, singer. 2 PCs; clipping
Guilmant, Alexandre, organist.
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11.17 13 photos, 1898, undated
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49.64 Concert program, The "Old First" Presbyterian Church, 11 March 1898
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32.39 Haas, Charles, composer. Print
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32.40 Hadley, Henry, composer. Print, 1938
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32.41 Halévy, Jacques, composer. 3 prints
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32.42 Hal Fisher's College Orchestra (2)
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11.18 Hall, Adelaide, singer (10)
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11.19 Hall, Al, bandleader
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11.20 Hall, George, bandleader; see also James, Berenice. 3 photos, undated
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32.43 Hall, Julian, and Band (6)
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11.21 Hall, Marie, violinist
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11.22 Hall, Wendell, guitarist (4)
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42.5 Hallet, Benjamin, cellist. Print
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11.23 Hambourg, Mark, pianist. 3 photos, 1913, undated; concert program, Mendelssohn Hall, 22 November, in Rameau, Chopin, etc.
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32.44 Hamilton, Billy, and Orchestra (6)
Hamlen, Tirzah--see Cary, Edwin
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11.24, 32.45 Hamm, Fred, and His Orchestra (3)
Hammerstein, Oscar, I, impresario.
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11.25 5 clippings, 1896, 1916, undated
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49.65 2 clippings, undated
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11.26, 32.46 Hammerstein, Oscar, II, lyricist; see also Rodgers and Hammerstein. 5 clippings, 1960, 1962; photo
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42.6-7 Handel, George Frideric, composer. 24 prints, 1784-1828, undated; photo, 1892
Handy, W. C., composer, and his band.
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11.27 16 photos, 1932, 1941, undated
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49.66 Photo, 24 May 1932
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11.28 Hanke, Hans, pianist
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11.29 Hanlon, Peggy, singer/accordionist. Photo, circa 1939?; business card
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11.30 Hannon, Led, and His Musical Bell Hops (2)
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11.31 Hans, flutist
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11.32 Hansen, Cecilia, violinist (2)
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11.33 Hansen, Earl, and His Orchestra (3)
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11.34 Harburg, E. Y. "Yip," lyricist
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11.35 Harris, Charles K., composer. 5 photos; clipping
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11.36 Harris, Phil, Orchestra and Staff
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11.37 Harrison, Lee, vaudeville performer. Photo, 1901
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11.38 Harrod, James, tenor. Photo, 1916
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33.1 Harry A. Yerkes' Royal Flotilla Orchestra. 3 photos; proposed program, 1927
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11.39 Harry Green's Orchestra (5)
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11.40 Hart House String Quartet
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11.41 Hart, Lorenz, lyricist; see also Rodgers and Hammerstein. Clipping, 1976
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11.42 Hartwing, Nathaniel, singer?
Havana Rumba Orchestra--see Rimacs, The
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11.43 Haselmeyer, Louis, magician. 2 clippings
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11.44 Hauser, Caspar, musician? 10 prints
Hauser, Miska--see Jaell, Alfred
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11.45 Hauser, Wally Veronica, soubrette. PC, circa 1898; photo
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33.2 Hauser, Michael, violinist
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11.46 Havas, Kató, violinist. Photo, 1939
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11.47 Haven, Joe, harpist (3)
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11.48 Havens, Raymond, pianist
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11.49, 33.3, flat file 11 Haydn, Joseph, composer. 11 prints, 1823, undated; photo
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33.4 Haydn, Michael, composer. Print
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12.1 Hayes, Brent, banjoist (5)
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12.2 Hayes, Roland, tenor. Clipping, 1929
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12.3 Hays, William Shakespeare, song composer
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12.4 Hayward, Ina, singer
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33.5 Healy and Cross, songwriters?
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12.5 Healy, Joseph, pianist. Concert program, Town Hall, 5 May, in Glazunoff, Liszt, etc. (4 copies)
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12.6 Healy, Peggy, singer?
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12.7 Heerman, Hugo, violinist
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12.8 Hegedus, Margit, violinist (6)
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12.9 Hegner, Anton, cellist
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12.10, 43.1 Hegner, Otto, pianist. 4 photos, 1889; clipping; print, 1889
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12.11 Heidt, Horace, and Band (8)
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12.12 Heifetz, Jascha, violinist. 6 photos, 1918-1932, undated
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51.56 Heindl, Anton, conductor. Composite 6, clipping, undated
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12.13 Heinroth, Charles, organist (5)
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flat file 12 Heller, Stephen, pianist. 2 prints, 1846
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12.14 Helwig, Nelson, and His Banjo Band
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12.15 Henderson, Ray, composer (2)
Hendricks, Ray--see Fio Rito, Ted
Henselt, Adolph--see Thalberg, Sigismond
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12.16 Herbeck, Johann Ritter von, conductor. Auction catalog for estate of Herbeck and from other sources
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33.6-7 Herbert, Victor, composer. ALS, 9 March [1905]; print, 1938; 4 photos, 1921, undated; clipping; piano arrangement of "Badinage" with 1896 inscription to Harry B. Smith; piano vocal score for "The Call to Freedom," 1918 cantata, with 1919 inscription to Smith
Herman, Woody, and the Third Herd--see Armstrong, Louis
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43.2 Hérold, Ferdinand, composer. 3 prints
Hertz, Alfred, conductor.
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12.17 6 photos, 1914, undated; clipping; drawing of Hertz by C. de Fornaro
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49.67 2 clippings, undated
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33.8, flat file 45 Herz, Henri, pianist. 16 prints, 1832-1838, undated
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12.18 Hess, George, banjoist
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12.19 Hess, Myra, pianist (4)
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33.9 Hessler, Marguerite, violinist (8)
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51.58 Heyman, Henry, violinist; see also String Quartet with Nathan Landsberger, et al. Composite 8, clipping with Rachmaninoff, Sergei (composer, pianist, conductor), undated
Hickman, Art--see Art Hickman's Hotel St. Francis Orchestra
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12.20 Hicks Bros., banjoist (3)
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12.21 Higgins, Peter
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12.22 Hill, Florence (of the Blue Rhythm Band) (5)
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12.23 Hill, Hamilton, singer?
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49.68 Hiller, J. B. ("Joe"), promoter. Photo, undated
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12.24 Hiller, Johann Adam, composer. Print
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33.10 Hilliard, Bob, author
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12.25 Hillman Bros., ensemble (3)
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12.26 Hines and Smith, banjo and piano duo
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12.27 Hobson, Lois Cecele, soprano
Hochstadter, Robert--see String Quartet with Nathan Landsberger, et al.
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12.28-29, 13.1-2, 43.3 Hofmann, Josef, pianist. 29 photos, 1887-1922, undated; circa 100 clippings and programs, 1887-1942, undated; title pages of sheet music for "Album of Music" (undated), "Polonaise Americaine" (1888)
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13.3 Holiday, Billie, singer. 4 photos, 1949, undated
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13.4 Hollmann, Joseph, cellist. Photo, 1906
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13.5 Holly Sisters (Jean and Janis), violinists (2)
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13.6 Holmès, Augusta, composer
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13.7 Homer, [Louise], contralto
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49.69 Homer, Sidney, composer. Clipping, undated
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13.8 Hometown Jazz Band, The (2)
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13.9 Hopkins, Linda, singer
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13.10 Horn, Charles Edward, composer. 4 ALS; print; autograph; clipping
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13.11 Horne, Lena, singer. Photo, 1946?; 2 APCS from Carl Van Vechten to Robert Downing, 1946, 1955, one picturing Horne, the other an unidentified woman; souvenir program for "The Lady and Her Music" show
Horowitz, Vladimir, pianist.
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13.12 4 photos, undated
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50.1 Clipping, undated
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13.13 Horrter, Sylvia, musical memorist. Photo, 1926
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13.14 Howard and Ross, banjoists (2)
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13.15 Howe, Julia Ward, composer. Photo, 1902
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50.2 Huber, Jack, boy soprano. Photo, undated
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13.16 Huberman, Bronislaw, violinist. 5 photos, 1896-1898, undated
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13.17 Hudson-Alexander, Madame. Photo, 1916?
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50.3 Hughes, Marjorie, singer. Photo, undated
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33.11 Hughes, Masters Joseph, John, and David, ensemble. 3 prints
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13.18 Hum and Strum, banjo duo. PC
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13.19 Humboldt, Alexander von, botanist
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13.20 Humby, Art, guitarist (2)
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33.12 Hummel, Johann Nepomuk
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52.8 Humperdinck, Engelbert, singer. Souvenir program, circa 1970
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13.21 Humphrey, Morris and Mae, and the Knights of Harmony, ensemble
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33.13 Hünten, Franz, pianist. Print
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13.22 Hunter, Alberta, singer. Clipping, 1978
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13.23 Huntington, Agnes
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50.4 Hurok, Sol, impresario. Publicity booklet, 1971-1972
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13.24 Hutcheson, Ernest, pianist. 3 photos, 1919, undated; concert program, Aeolian Hall, 24 February, in all-Bach program with Gabrilowitsch
Hutchinson Family, singers.
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33.14 Clipping, 1846; print
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52.9 2 publicity sheets, 1864, undated; 8 title pages of sheet music, undated; 2 sheets of music ("Excelsior," undated; "Tenting on the Old Camp Ground," undated)
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33.15 Hyde, Alex, and His Modern Maidens (2)
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33.16 Hyde, Alexander, and Orchestra (2)
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33.17 Illini Singing Band (4)
Imig, Bud and Patti--see Ding-a-Ling Family
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33.18 Immigrant Gypsies, ensemble
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33.19 Ingenues, The, ensemble (13)
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13.25, 33.20 Ingraham, Roy, and Band (4)
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13.26 Innes, F. N., bandmaster (2)
International Rhythms--see Blaire, Dorothy
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33.21 Ipana Troubadours, The (2)
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13.27 Irene and Martha, singers? (4)
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33.22 Irmanette (Kenmore?), Miss, violinist (2)
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13.28 Irving's Entertainers, ensemble (7)
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13.29 Ish-Ti-Opi (Wesley L. Robertson), Native American baritone. Concert program, Town Hall, 29 March 1939, in classical and Native American songs
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51.59 Istomin, Eugene, pianist. Composite 11, publicity sheet for Trio, 10 May
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13.30 Iturbi, José, pianist. 4 photos, 1929, 1943
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13.31 Jacchia, Agide, conductor. 3 photos, 1919, undated
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13.32 [Jackson?], Leonore, violinist. Photo, 1900
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13.33 Jacobowsky, Edward, composer
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33.23 [Jacobs?], accordionist. 2 prints
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13.34 Jacobs, G. W., accordionist. Print
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13.35 Jacobs, G. W.?, accordionist. Print
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13.36 Jacobs, Nathan, accordionist. 2 prints
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33.24-25 Jaell, Alfred, pianist, and Miska Hauser, violinist. Print, 1851
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13.37 Jagger, Mick, singer
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13.38 Jahrl, accordionist (of Manning and Jahrl)
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13.39 James, Berenice, singer (with George Hall and Band)
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33.26 James, Doris, pianist
James, Lewis--see Black, Frank
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33.27 Jane, singer
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14.1 Janet Adler's Syncopaters
Janis, Byron, pianist.
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14.2 Photo, undated
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50.5 Publicity sheet, 29 March
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14.3 Jarrett, Art, singer (6)
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14.4 Jay, Nellie, and the Jaybirds, ensemble
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33.28 Jazz Harmonica Band, The
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33.29 Jean Goldkette's Casa Loma Orchestra (4)
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flat file 46 Jerome, Emilie, singer. Poster
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14.5, 33.30, 43.5 Joachim, Joseph, violinist. 4 photos; clipping; 8 prints, 1870, undated
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50.6 Johns, Russell, singer. Photo and clipping, 1931
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14.6 Johnson, Hank, composer
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14.7, 33.31 Johnson, Johnny, and Orchestra (7)
Johnson, J. Rosamond--see Cole, Bob
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14.8 Johnston, Martine, violinist
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33.32 Jolson, Al, singer. Photo; clipping
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33.33 Jomelli, Niccoló, composer. 2 prints
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14.9 Jonas, Alberto, pianist. Print
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33.34 Jones, Isham, and His Orchestra. 3 photos, 1906, undated
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14.10 Jones, Spike, bandleader. Souvenir program for "Spike Jones and His Musical Depreciation Revue"
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14.11 Jones, Tom, singer. Publicity booklet, 1969
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14.12 Joseffy, Kathie and Pepí, singers
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14.13 Joseffy, Rafael, pianist. 11 photos, 1892, undated; clipping
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14.14 Joslyn, Henry, composer
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14.15 Joyce, Laura, actress
Joy, Ethel--see Busch, Happy
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14.16 Judas Priest, rock band. Tour packet (photos, clippings, short biography), 1977
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14.17 Jue Quon Tai, Princess, singer (8)
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33.35 Julien, Paul, violinist. Print, 1841; 2 clippings, 1853
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33.36, 43.6 Jullien, [Louis Antoine], conductor. 6 prints, 1846, undated
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14.18 Junior Stars, children's ensemble
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14.19 Juteau, tenor. Print
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51.53 Kahn, Percy, pianist. Composite 3, clipping with Elman, Mischa (violinist), undated
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14.20, 34.1 Kahn, Roger Wolfe, bandleader (14)
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14.21 Kahn, Sammy, and Band (2)
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14.22, 34.2 Kalkbrenner, Friedrich, pianist. Print
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14.23 Kallen, Kitty, singer
Kaplan, Al--see Al Kaplan's Kings of Harmony
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50.7 Karen, Edith, violinist. Photo, undated
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50.8 Karey, Karl, pianist. Photo, undated
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34.3 Karl, Tom, tenor. Print
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50.9 Karr, Kathleen, soprano. Photo, undated
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14.24 Kattenberg, Burns, playwright. Playbill for "You Never Know," 2-4 May 1934
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14.25 Kaufman, Harry, pianist
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50.10 Kazuko Hillyer International, Inc. Season program, 1973-1974
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14.26 Kedroff Quartet, string quartet?
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14.27 [Keller?], Marylin, and Elmer Cleve (3)
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14.28 Kelly, Maud, harpist (of Dublin Trio?)
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14.29, 34.4 Kemp, Hal, and His Hotel Manger Orchestra (4)
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14.30 Kendall and Thompson, cornetists
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34.5 Kendall, Kuy, actor-dancer (2)
Kennedy, Lauri--see McCormack, John
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14.31 Kenton, Stan, bandleader. Publicity booklet for "The Stan Kenton Show"
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50.11 Kerby, Marion, contralto and John J. Niles, composer. Photo, circa 1928
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14.32 Kern, Jerome, composer
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50.12 Kerwin, Peggy, soprano. Photo, undated
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14.33 Key, Francis Scott, composer. Print
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50.13 Kimball, Jennie, actress and manager. Sheet music cover, undated; publicity sheet, Corinne!, 23 March
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14.34 Kincaid, Bradley, guitarist (5)
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14.35 Kincaid Kilties, ensemble (3)
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14.36 Kincaid, William, flutist. Clipping, 1960
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50.14 Kinsley, Frederick, organist. Photo, undated
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14.37 Kippen, Janet, and the Musical Enchanters
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14.38 Kirk, Lisa, singer. Clipping, 1959
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34.6 Kneass, Nelson, singer. Print
Knecht, Joseph--see Silvertown Cord Orchestra
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14.39 Kneisel Quartet, string quartet, with assisting artists. Concert program, Aeolian Hall, 8 February 1916, in Mozart, Beethoven, octet for strings by George Enesco; clipping, 1916
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43.8 Knight, Mrs., singer. 3 prints, 1749-1755
Knights of Harmony--see Humphrey, Morris and Mae
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14.40 Knock, Ernst, conductor
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14.41 Knote, Heinrich, tenor. PC, 1906
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14.42 Knyvett, Charles, Sr.?, [organist?]. Print
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14.43 Kochanski, Paul, violinist; see also Rubinstein, Arthur. 5 photos, 1928, undated
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14.44 Kocian, Jaroslav, violinist. Photo, 1902
Koemmenich, Louis, conductor.
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14.45 Photo, undated
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50.15 Clipping, undated
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43.9 Koenig, Herrmann, cornetist. 2 prints, 1846, undated
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14.46 Koike, Hisako
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14.47 Kolar, Victor, conductor
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14.48, 50.16 Korngold, Erich Wolfgang, composer. 2 clippings, undated
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14.49 Koshetz, Alexander, conductor
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14.50 Kostelanetz, André, conductor
Koussevitzky, Serge, conductor.
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15.1 Photo, undated
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50.17 Clipping, 1928
Kreisler, Fritz, violinist.
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15.2 12 photos, 1913, 1916, undated; 3 clippings; 2 concert programs (Aeolian Hall, 9 January, in Vivaldi, Godowsky, Kreisler; Carnegie Hall, 9 March, with Casals in Brahms double concerto for violin and violincello
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50.18 5 clippings, undated
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51.54 Composite 4, clipping with Warlich, Reinhold (baritone), undated
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34.7 Kreutzer, Conradin, conductor. 2 prints, 1834, undated
Kriehuber, [Joseph?]--see Liszt, Franz
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15.3 Kroeger, Ernest Richard, organist. Print
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15.4 Kronold, Hans, cellist. Photo; clipping, 1922
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15.5 Kryl, Bohumir, cornetist. Photo, 1900
Kubelik, Jan, violinist.
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15.6 4 photos, 1911, undated; clipping, 1901
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50.19 2 photos, 21 March 1912; TD, 1911
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44.1 Kücken, Friedrich Wilhelm, composer. Print
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34.8 Kunkel Bros. (Jacob and Charles), pianists. Last page of sheet music for piano
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15.7 Kuntz, D., violinist
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15.8 Kurka, Robert, composer. Clipping, 1958
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15.9 Kurz, Selma, soprano
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34.9 Kyle, John A., flutist. 2 prints
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34.10 Labacetta. Print
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15.10 La Bernicia [harpist] and Co.
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15.11, 34.11 Lacy, Michael Rophino, violinist. 3 prints, 1807, undated
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15.12 Lacy, Mrs. R. A., pianist. 2 photos, 1937
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15.13 La Croix, Aurore, pianist. Concert program, Aeolian Hall, 18 November, in Bach, Beethoven, etc.; clipping
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15.14 Lady Margaret [violinist] and Co./Terpsichorean Gems
Lajos, Munczi, and His [Gypsy] Orchestra.
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15.15 Booklet with essays about Lajos and gypsies, and excerpted reviews
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50.20 Munczi Lajos and His Orchestra (1887), booklet
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15.16 L'Allenrand, Pauline, soprano. Photo, 1891
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15.17 Lalo, Édouard, composer
Lamb, Al--see [Brunel?], Ivan; White, Jack
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15.18 Lamond, Frederic, pianist
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15.19 Landau, Siegfried, conductor
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15.20 Landowska, Wanda, harpsichordist (3)
Landsberger, Nathan--see String Quartet with Nathan Landsberger, et al.
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15.21 Landt Trio, singers?, with Howard White, pianist
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15.22 Lanner, Joseph, violinist. Print
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15.23 La Seville Trio
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flat file 62 Latona, instrumentalist. 2 posters
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44.2 Laub, Ferdinand, violinist. 3 prints, 1870
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15.24 Lawlor, Charles, composer (2)
"Lead Belly"--see Ledbetter, Huddie
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15.25 Leander, the Wandering Minstrel. Print, 1833
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34.12 Leberman, Henry N., organist. Photo, 1938
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15.26, 44.3 Lecoq, Charles, composer. 4 prints
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15.27 Ledbetter, Huddie "Lead Belly," singer. Flyer with list of songs used for concerts
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34.13 Lee, Billie and Mary, singers?, assoc. with Jack White Orchestra
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15.28 Lee, Jack, fiddler
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15.29, 34.14 Lee, Zeke, and His Deck Hands (3)
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34.15 Leffler, Adam, singer. 3 prints, 1839?
Leginska, Ethel, pianist; see also Ornstein, Leo.
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15.30 2 photos, undated
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50.21 Clipping, undated; 5 photos, 1916
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50.22 Lemaire, Jack, musician and actor. Photo, undated
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15.31 Léner String Quartet. Photo, 1929
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15.32, 44.4 Lennon, John, singer. 41 clippings, 1980
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15.33 Lent, Sylvia, violinist
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15.34 Leon, Mischa
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34.16 Leonard, Harold, bandleader (4)
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50.23 Leoncavallo, Ruggiero, composer. Clipping, 1919
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15.35 Lerner, Alan Jay, composer; see also Rodgers and Hammerstein. Announcement of opening of new offices of Lerner, Montfort Productions, and the Clear Day Company, 1965
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34.17 Lerner, Alan Jay, librettist, and Frederick Loewe, composer; see also Rodgers and Hammerstein. Clipping, 1960
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15.36 Lerner, Tina, pianist. 3 photos; PC
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15.37 Letz Quartet, string quartet
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50.24 Lev, Ray, pianist. Publicity sheet, 1967
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15.38 Leveridge, Richard, bass. 6 prints, 1793; flyer announcing benefit for Leveridge, 1737
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15.39 Levi, [Hermann?], conductor
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15.40 Levitzki, Mischa, pianist. 10 photos, 1918, 1920, undated; concert program, Carnegie Hall, 30 March, in Mozart, Beethoven, Dohnanyi, Chopin; clipping
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15.41 Levy, Jules, cornetist. 4 photos; 2 clippings, 1903, undated
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15.42 Levy, Maurice, bandmaster. Photo, circa 1904
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15.43 Lewis, Henry, conductor. 6 clippings, 1968
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15.44, 34.18 Lewis, Ted, and His Musical Klowns (11)
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15.45 [Lewisolu?], Ludwig. PC
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15.46 Lewis, Welcome, singer (2)
Lhévinne, Josef, pianist.
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16.1, 34.19 12 photos, 1912, 1913, undated
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50.25 Clipping, undated; photo, undated
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16.2 Liberace, pianist. Press release for CBS special, 1978
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16.3 Liberati, A., cornetist. 2 photos, 1902, undated
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16.4 Liberati, Antimo, singer. Print
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16.5 Libert, Henri, organist. Print
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16.6 [Licta, Lonnie?], banjoist
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16.7 Liebhart, Louise, violinist
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16.8 Light, Enoch, bandleader
Lind, Jenny, soprano; see also Goldschmidt, Otto.
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16.9 ALS, 28 May 1852; ANS,1856
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52.10 Title page of sheet music for one song, undated; 2 sheets of music ("Swedish Melodies," undated; "I've Left the Snow Clad Hills," undated)
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flat file 47 Linden, Louise, saxophonist. Poster
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16.10 Linley, Thomas (1756-1778), composer. Drawing
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16.11 Liszniewska, Marguerite Melville, pianist
Liszt, Franz, pianist.
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16.12, 34.20, flat file 48 10 photos, 1881?, undated; 16 prints, 1841-1846, undated, one with autograph affixed and one of [Joseph?] Kriehuber, lithographer, Berlioz, Czerny, Lizst, and Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst, the latter with copy print
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50.26 Clipping, undated
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51.55 Composite 5, clipping with Siloti, Alexander (pianist, composer, and conductor), undated
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16.13 Liszt, Franz, and Alexander Siloti, pianists. PC
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16.14 Littau, Joseph, conductor
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16.15 Little Jack Little, pianist
Little Nell the California Diamond--see Dawray, Helen
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34.21 Lloyd, Arthur
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16.16 Lloyd, George, composer
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34.22 Loder, Edward, composer. Clipping, 1858
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16.17 Loder, John David, violinist. ALS, 1843
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50.27 Loeffler, Charles Martin, composer. Clipping, undated
Loewe, Frederick--see Lerner, Alan Jay
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16.18 Logier, Johann Bernhard, pianist. Print
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16.19, 34.23 Lombardo, Guy, and His Royal Canadians (26)
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16.20 London String Quartet
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16.21 Long, Loretta, singer
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16.22, 34.24 Lopez, Vincent, and His Orchestra; see also Vincent Lopez Debutantes. 18 photos, 1928, undated
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16.23 Lo Priore, Sante, violinist
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16.24 Lorenz, mandolinist
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16.25 Lorraine Serenaders, ensemble
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16.26 Lortat, Robert, pianist
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34.25 [Louisiana ------], ensemble (4)
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16.27 Lovarny, Kazia, singer. Title page of sheet music, 1848
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50.28 Lover, [Samuel], songwriter, novelist, painter. Publicity sheet, 1846
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34.26 Lown, Bert, and His Hotel Biltmore Orchestra (4)
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50.29 Lucas, Nick, guitarist. Photo, undated
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16.28 Luders, Gustav, conductor. PC, 1888
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16.29 Ludlow, Godfrey, violinist
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34.27 Ludlow, Noah Miller, actor. Watercolor
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34.28 Lully, Jean-Baptiste, composer. Print
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51.56 Lund, John, conductor. Composite 6, clipping, undated
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16.30 Luther, Martin, church reformer. Souvenir program for 400th anniversary concert, 1883
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34.29 Lutz, W. Meyer, composer. Title pages of sheet music (2)
Lyles, Aubrey L.--see Miller and Lyles
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16.31 Lynda-Myren, Melle (2)
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34.30 Lyric Trio
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35.1-2 MacDowell, Edward Alexander, composer. Print, 1938
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16.32 MacGuigan, Madeline, violinist
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16.33 Mach, Joseph, Jr. violinist (2)
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16.34 Mack, Cecil, songwriter. Clipping, 1944
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16.35 Mack, Marian, drummer (4)
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50.30 Mack, Marilyn, child song stylist. Photo, undated
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35.3 MacKenzie, Tandy, tenor
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16.36 MacMillen, Francis, violinist (4)
MacQuarrie, Marie--see Marie MacQuarrie Harpists
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16.37 Madriguera, Paquita, pianist. Photo, 1916
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35.4 Maeder, [James G.?, musician (husband of Clara Fisher, actress)]. 2 prints
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16.38, 44.5 Mahler, Gustav, conductor. 3 photos, 1909, undated
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16.39 Maier, Guy, and Lee Pattson, pianists. 4 photos, 1925, undated
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50.31 Malpiero, Gian Francesco, composer. Clipping, undated
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16.40 Malvina, violinist (4)
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16.41 Mana-Zucca, pianist (2)
Mancinelli, Luigi, conductor.
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50.32 Clipping, 1898
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51.52 Composite 2, clipping, undated
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16.42 Mancini, Henry, composer (4)
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16.43 Mang Long Trio, ensemble (3)
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16.44 Manhattanites, singers. 2 advance sheets, 1936
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16.45 Manley, Blanche. Photo, 1914
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16.46 Manners, Carole, singer. Biographical sketch, 1938; 4 photos
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16.47 Mannes, David, violinist, and Clara Mannes, pianist. 3 photos, 1916, undated; concert program, Aeolian Hall, 6 December, in Brahms, etc., with George Barrère
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16.48 Mantelli, Eugenia, mezzo-soprano
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35.5 Mantovani, Annunzio Paolo, conductor. 2 souvenir programs for concert tour
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35.6 Mapleson, Henry, Jr., impresario, and Marie Mapleson. Clipping
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16.49, 35.6 Mapleson, Marie (also known as Marie Rôze-Mapleson), soprano. 4 photos
Marcellino, Muzzy--see Fio Rito, Ted
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35.7 Marchesi, Luigi, male soprano. 3 prints, 1790, undated
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flat file 13 Maretzek, Max, impresario. 3 prints
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16.50 Mariani, Angelo, conductor. Print
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35.8 Mariani, Cesare, composer. Print
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16.51 Marie MacQuarrie Harpists
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16.52 Marimba Band
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16.53 Marin Brothers/Marimba Band (5)
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flat file 14 Marini, Ignazio. 2 prints
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44.6 Mario, Giovanni, tenor. Print
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16.54 Marks, Edward B., music publisher (2)
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16.55, 50.33 Markwith Bros., ensemble. 2 photos, undated
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16.56 Marly, Anna, singer. 2 photos; clipping
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35.9 Marsh, William Henry, drummer. 3 prints; clipping
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16.57, flat file 15 Marsick, Martin-Pierre-Joseph, violinist. 4 photos, 1895, undated
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17.1 Marteau, Henri, violinist. 12 photos, 1898, undated
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17.2 Martin, Eugene, singer
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17.3 Martin, Rica, singer. 4 photos; 2 publicity brochures for "Sheherazade" in Paris, 1938; 2 clippings, 1938, undated
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17.4 Martin, Vincentius, composer. Print
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17.5 Marum, Ludwig, violinist
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35.10 Marx, Adolf Bernhard, theorist. Print
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17.6 Marx, Berthe, pianist. Photo, 1890
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17.7 Maryland Collegians, ensemble. 2 photos, 1929, undated
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17.8, 35.11 Mascagni, Pietro, composer. 5 photos; 2 clippings; piano score for intermezzo from Cavaleria Rusticana, 1896; publicity brochure for "Ysobel"
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flat file 16 Mason, Lowell, composer. 3 prints, 1858?, undated
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17.9 Mason, William, pianist. Print
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17.10 Masselos, William, pianist. Concert program, Town Hall, New York, 28 March 1941, in Johan Franco, etc.
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17.11 Massey, Hugh, violinist. 2 prints, 1794
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17.12 Masson, Madalah, pianist. Photo, 1925
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17.13 Mather, Margaret, actress
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17.14 Mathis, Johnny, singer. Photo
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17.15 Maurel, Victor, baritone. Photo, 1895
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17.16 Maxwell, Richard, singer. 6 photos; TD (publicity material) with autograph
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17.17 Maynor, Dorothy, soprano. Concert flyer (City Auditorium, 28 January)
Mbulu, Letta--see Belafonte, Harry
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17.18 McAndrews, J. W., comedian?
McCormack, John, tenor.
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17.19 3 photos, 1909, 1928, undated; PC. Includes photos of Edwin Schneider, accompanist, and Lauri Kennedy, cellist
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52.11 Program, Carnegie Hall, 1913
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17.20 McCoy Sisters (Bessie McCoy), vaudeville team
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17.21 McFarlane, George, singer (2)
McGhee, Brownie--see Terry, Sonny
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17.22 McGhie, John, conductor (2)
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17.23, 35.12 McGibeny Family, ensemble (Emil Seifert, director). Publicity brochure, 1881, with copy print; 2 concert programs, circa 1882, in songs, sketches, marches, etc.
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17.24 McKenzie, May, singer
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17.25 McKinley, Ray, and the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Publicity booklet (for tour?)
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17.26 McLeod, Keith, composer
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17.27 McQuhae, Allen, tenor. Publicity leaflet
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17.28 McWinters and Fox, banjoists (3)
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35.13 Mecca Temple Band. 4 photos, 1913
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50.34 Medtner, Nicolas, composer. Clipping, undated
Mehlig, Anna, pianist.
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17.29 Photo, undated
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50.35 2 Concert programs (Mechanic's Hall, Boston, February [1872]; Brackett Hall, [Boston], March [1872])
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17.30 Méhul, Etienne Nicolas, composer. ALS, 6 May 1784; 2 prints
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17.31 Melba, Nellie, soprano. Clipping
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17.32 Melinoff, violinist
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17.33 Melodious Maids, ensemble (4)
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17.34 Melody Mays Saxonettes/Girls of the Golden West, ensemble (6)
Melton, James--see Black, Frank
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35.14 Memphis Collegians (3)
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17.35, 44.7 Mendelssohn, Felix, composer. 4 photos; PC; 4 prints, 1848, undated; clipping
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17.36, flat file 49 Mendelssohn, Moses, philosopher (grandfather of Felix Mendelssohn). 4 prints, 1876, undated
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flat file 50 Mendelssohn Quintette Club [of Boston]. Print
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17.37 Mendoza, David, conductor
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35.15 Mengal, Martin-Joseph, horn player. Print
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35.16 Mengelberg, Willem, conductor (2)
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17.38 Menotti, Gian Carlo, composer. PC; playbill for "The Saint of Bleeker Street," 1954; 24 clippings, 1950-1960, undated
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17.39 Menuhin, Yehudi, violinist. 7 photos, 1928-1943, undated
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50.36 Merckel, Henry, violinist. Photo, 1939
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50.37 Mero, Yolanda, pianist and impresario. Clipping, undated
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17.40, 35.17 Meroff, Benny, and Orchestra (13)
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17.41 Merola, Gaetano, conductor (2)
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17.42 Mésaute, dancer. Print
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17.43 Messing, Frederick J. (the Mad Fiddler), violinist. Print, 179[8?]
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17.44 Meth, Max, conductor
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50.38 Metropolitan Singers. Photo, undated
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17.45 Metz, Theodore A., composer. 2 photos, 1909, undated
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17.46 Meves, Augustus, (von Schroëder). Print
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flat file 17 Mexican Typical Orchestra. Photo, circa 1910
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44.8 Meyer, Leopold de (Leopold von), pianist. Photo; print, 1845
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18.1, 35.18, flat file 51 Meyerbeer, Giacomo, composer. 4 photos; clipping; 20 prints, [1]847, 1865, undated
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18.2 Michelangeli, Arturo Benedetti, pianist. Concert program for 1948 tour; 2 clippings, 1965, undated
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35.19 Miers, Charles J.
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18.3 Middelton [Middleton?], [Jene/Jean], violinist (8)
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18.4 Middlebury College Choir. Concert program, Town Hall, New York, 29 December 1941 (2 copies)
Mikado Ramblers--see Modern Revue
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35.20 Milburn, J. H., composer. Cover page from sheet music for "Dashing Little Harry May," 1871
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18.5 Millar, Jessie, cornetist
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44.9 Millard, Harrison, composer. ALS, 27 March, affixed to leaf with 6 lines of poetry by George O. Davis, 1895, on reverse; title page of sheet music for song collection, 1876
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18.6, 35.21 Miller and Lyles, comedians (Flourney E. Miller and Aubrey L. Lyles). 24 photos, 1932, undated
Miller, Glenn--see McKinley, Ray
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18.7 Miller, Sondra, singer
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35.22 Millionaire Jazz Band (2)
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18.8 Mills, B. B., pianist
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18.9 Mills Brothers, ensemble (8)
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45.1 Minasi, Master Antonio, flutist. Print, 1825
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18.10 Mineo, Eugene, violinist
Miner, Harry--see Newcomb, Bobby
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35.23 Minevitch, Borrah, harmonicist (4)
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50.39 Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. Publicity sheet, Carnegie Hall, 16 November 1967
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52.12 Minnelli, Liza, singer and dancer. Souvenir program, circa 1979
Miss Barley's Bull Dogs' Music Hall--see Frické
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18.11 Mitchell, Otis, banjoist (2)
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35.24 Modern Revue/Mikado Ramblers, ensemble (3)
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18.12 Moiseiwitsch, Benno, pianist. 2 photos, circa 1919
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18.13 Molinari, Bernardino, conductor
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18.14 Monahan, Josephine, violinist (2)
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18.15 Monde, accordionist (3)
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18.16 Mondi, Vince "Blue," guitarist (9)
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18.17 Monte and Lyons, guitarists?
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18.18 Monteux, Pierre, conductor. Photo, 1927
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18.19 Montoya, Carlos, guitarist. 3 souvenir programs, 2 for spring 1959 recital in Japan, 1 for a tour?
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35.25 Montresor, Giovanni Batta, tenor. 3 prints, 1832, undated
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18.20 Moonbean, pianist (5)
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18.21, 45.2 Moonbeams, vocal ensemble directed by George Shackly, with Veronica Wiggins, contralto, Verna Osborne, first soprano, and Annette Simpson, second soprano (7)
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50.40 Mooney, Mr. Publicity sheet, undated
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18.22 Moor, Charles, stage director
Moranzoni, Roberto, conductor.
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18.23 2 photos, 1916, undated
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50.41 Clipping, undated
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50.42 Morath, Max, ragtime pianist and educator. Publicity brochure, undated
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35.26 Moravian Singers
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18.24 Morelli, [Giovanni?, bass]. Print, 1797
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18.25 Morells, The. Photo, 1955
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18.26 Morgan, Eloise, soprano
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18.27 Morgan, Jane, singer. 2 clippings, 1957
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35.27 Morgan, James, violinist (2)
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35.28 Morgan, Maud, harpist
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18.28, 45.3 Mori, Nicolas, violinist. 2 ALS, 31 December 1808, 21 [March?] 1830; print, 1805
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18.29 Morini, Erika, violinist. 5 photos, 1930, undated; concert program, Aeolian Hall, 12 February 1922, in Beethoven, etc.
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18.30 Morlen and Mason, violin and accordion duo (2)
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18.31 Moro and Pedro, violin and accordion duo (4)
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35.29 Morris, Pete, singer
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18.32 Morrison, Joe, accordionist (11)
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flat file 5 Morrissey, James W., music manager. Composite 10 with Thomas, Theodore (conductor)
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18.33 Mortensen, pianist
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18.34 Morton, Ed, singer
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18.35, 45.4 Moscheles, Ignaz, pianist. 5 prints, 1832, undated
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18.36 Moss and Frye (Arthur G. Moss and Edward Frye), comedians (4)
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50.43 Moszkowski, Moritz, composer. Clipping, undated
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18.37 Mottl, Felix, conductor. PC
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18.38 Mound City Blue Blowers (2)
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35.30 Moulton, Mrs. Charles, singer. Title page of sheet music, 1871
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50.44 Moussorgsky, Modeste Petrovich, composer. Clipping, undated
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, composer.
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19.1-2, 35.31, flat file 18 2 clippings, [1956], undated; 26 photos, 1761-1887, undated; 38 prints, 1764-1883, undated. Also shown are Maria Anna Mozart (sister), Constanze Mozart (wife), Carl Thomas Mozart (son), Leopold Mozart, composer (father), and Franz Xaver Mozart (son)
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50.45 2 clippings, undated; photo, undated
Muck, Karl, conductor.
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51.56 Composite 6, clipping, undated
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51.57 Composite 7, clipping with Richter, Hans (painter and film producer), undated
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19.3 Muhlanbring, Miss
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19.4 Mukle, May, cellist
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19.5 Munz, Mieczysław, pianist (3)
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19.6 Muriel and Vee, piano team (Muriel Pollock and Vee Tawnhurst) (2)
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19.7 [Murine, Erkina?], violinist
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35.32 Murphy, J. E., and J. Morton, songwriters. Title page of sheet music for song collection, 1878
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19.8 Murray, Rose, soubrette. Photo, 1913
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35.33 Musard, [Philippe?, conductor]. Print
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50.46 Musica Aeterna. Publicity sheet, 1968
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35.34 Musical Johnsons (3)
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19.9 Musin, Ovide, violinist. 2 photos, 1898
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19.10 Myers, Doris Mae, xylophonist. 2 photos; 2 flyers for the Hawaiian Blue Room, Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans, with Myers featured; publicity TD; 10 clippings, 1938, undated
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35.35 Myers, Louise, singer. Title page of sheet music, 1866 (2 copies)
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19.11 Nagle, Claire, actress
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19.12, 50.47 Nainoa, Sam K. (also known as Sam Ku West), guitarist. TD, 1927; 8 photos, undated
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35.36 Napoleon, Arthur, pianist? 2 prints, circa 1869, undated
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19.13 Narelle, Marie (2)
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19.14, 35.37 Nares, James, composer. 6 prints, 1795, undated
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19.15 Nash, Frances, pianist (5)
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19.16 Naumann, [Johann G.?, composer]. Print, 1821
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19.17 Needler, Henry, violinist. Print
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19.18 Nellie B. Chandler's Lady Orchestra
Nelson, Ed. G.--see Pease, Harry
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19.19 Nessler, Victor E., composer. Print
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35.38 Nevin, Ethelbert Woodbridge, composer. Print, 1938
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19.20 Newcomb, Bobby, minstrel show performer, and Harry Miner, producer
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19.21 Newman, Master, composer
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19.22 New York Mozart Society. Concert program, Hotel Astor, 8 May 1917, in Carl Hahn, Meyerbeer, etc., with Enrico Caruso
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50.48 New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra. Clipping, 1928
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19.23 Nichols, Ted, singer (4)
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19.24 Nicolai, Otto, composer. ALS, 19 March 1846
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35.39 Nicolena, Madame, soprano.
Nikisch, Arthur, conductor.
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19.25 3 photos; print
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50.49 9 clippings, undated
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19.26 Nikisch, Mitja, pianist
Niles, John J.--see Kerby, Marion
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19.27 Nilsson, Christine, soprano. Program for 2 concerts, Concordia Opera House, 17 and 18 October, in Donizetti, Flotow, etc. with Anna Louise Cary, Henry Vieuxtemps, et al.
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19.28 Nine Red Peppers, ensemble (3)
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35.40 Nixon, Hal/Eddie Davis and Gang (2)
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19.29 Nonette, singer/violinist (3)
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19.30 Norfleet Trio, string ensemble
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19.31 Norman Leonard Trio, string ensemble? 2 PC
No[r?]man-Nordica, Madame--see String quartet with Herr R[i?]es, et al.
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19.32 Norris, Ethel, singer?
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19.33 North, Jack, banjoist
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19.34 Northrup, Harry, actor
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flat file 19 Nourrit, Adolphe, tenor. Print, 1829
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19.35 Novelli, Ermete, actor. PC
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19.36 Nugent, Maude, singer (2)
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19.37 Oakland, Will, tenor
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50.50 Oberkirchen Children's Choir. Souvenir booklet, circa 1957-1959
O'Brien, songwriter?--see Rule and O'Brien
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35.41 O'Brien Sextette
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19.38 O'Brien Sisters
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19.39 O'Brien's Troubadors (2)
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19.40 [Ochott?, Anton]. Print
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19.41, 35.42 Offenbach, Jacques, composer. 2 photos; print
Ohman, Phil--see Arden, Victor
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50.51 Oistrakh, David, violinist. Publicity sheet, undated
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19.42 Olcott, Chauncey, composer. Clipping, 1932
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19.43 Oliver, Vic, pianist
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19.44 Ollie Thomas Saxymphony, ensemble
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20.1, 35.43 Olsen, George, and Orchestra (15)
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20.2 Ondříček, František, violinist. 2 photos, 1896, undated
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50.52 Oratorio Society of New York. Publicity sheet, 19 December 1967
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35.44 Original A & P Gypsies, The
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35.45 Original Floradora Sextet, The. Photo, 1901
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20.3 (Original) Six Jolly Jesters, ensemble
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20.4 Orloff, Nikolai, pianist
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20.5 Ornstein, Leo, pianist. 3 photos, 1918, undated, 1 with Ethel Leginska, pianist
Osborne, Verna--see Moonbeams
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20.6 Osborne, Will, and Orchestra (2)
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20.7 [Oshman?], Kathryn, actress. Photo, 1907
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20.8 Ossman, Vess, and Rex Schepp, banjoists
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20.9 [Osta?] and Co. (3)
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20.10 Oxford Four, ensemble (2)
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20.11 Oxman, Arrvola, xylophonist (3)
Paderewski, Ignace, pianist.
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20.12 10 photos, 1890-1916, undated; 2 clippings; 2 concert programs, both with Walter Damrosch, conductor (Music Hall, [New York?], 10 March, in Smetana, Lalo, Tschaikovsky; Carnegie Hall, 4 March, in Elgar, F. Scmitt, Stojowski)
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50.53 6 clippings, undated; published excerpt, undated
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flat file 20 Photo, 1900; 2 prints, 1895, undated; charcoal drawing, 1896
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20.13 Paër, Ferdinando, composer. Print, 1817; drawing
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20.14, 35.46, 45.5 Paganini, Niccoló, violinist. 2 photos; 38 prints, 1819-1831, undated
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50.54 Paige, R. G., singer. Publicity sheet, 15 December 1849
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35.47, flat file 52 Paisello, Giovanni, composer. 4 prints, 1802, undated
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20.15 Palestrina, Giovanni, composer. Clipping
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20.16 Papinta, dancer. Photo, 1897
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20.17 Paquette, [Pauline], vaudeville performer (2)
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20.18 Paramount Quintette. (2) (2 members shown)
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20.19 Parenteau, Zoel, composer
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50.55 Parker, Horatio William, composer. Clipping, undated
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20.20 Parker, J. Donald, tenor (2)
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20.21 Parker, Mildred, violinist (2)
Parlow, Kathleen, violinist.
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20.22 5 photos, 1911, undated
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50.56 2 clippings, undated
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20.23 Parvis, Taurino, baritone. PC, 190[9?]
Pastor, Tony--see Benline, Harry C.
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20.24 Patricola, Miss, singer. 4 photos, circa 1931, undated
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50.57 Pattison, Lee, pianist and composer; see also Maier, Guy. Clipping, undated
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36.1 Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys (with Bing Crosby) (4)
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20.25 Paur, Emil, conductor (7)
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20.26 Paycheck, Johnny, singer. Photo; press release, circa 1977
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50.58 Payne, John Howard, actor and composer. Souvenir brochure, 1883
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20.27 Peaches, singers
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20.28 Pease, Harry, and Ed. G. Nelson, songwriters (5)
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36.2 Pellegrini, [Julius], basso buffo. 2 prints
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20.29 Peress, Maurice, conductor. Photo, 1971
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20.30 Perkins, Ray, songster and humorist
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20.31 Perrella, Harry, pianist (2)
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20.32 Petschnikoff, Alexandre, violinist. 6 photos, 1898, 1899, undated
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20.33 Phelps, Armstrong V., banjoist
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50.59 Philadelphia Orchestra. Publicity sheet, undated; souvenir program, circa 1936
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20.34 Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, orchestra. Concert program, Carnegie Hall, April 1930, with Toscanini and Scipione Guidi, violinist, in Brahms, Wagner, etc.
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20.35 Piaf, Edith, singer. Photo, circa 1962
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20.36 Piatigorsky, George, cellist. 2 photos, 1929
Piatti, Signor--see String quartet with Herr R[i?]es, et al.
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20.37 Piccinni, Niccoló, composer. 2 prints
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20.38 Pickard, Ann, child pianist
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20.39 Pickens Sisters, singers? (2)
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20.40 Pietro, accordionist (4)
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20.41 "Piff, Paff, Pouf" Company, female chorus, F. C. Whitney, proprietor. Ballot for vacation contest, 1904
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20.42 Pisano, Antonio, composer. 2 prints
R. [Pitnos?]--see [Pubellones?], Antonio
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50.60 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Publicity sheet, 1967-1968
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20.43 Les Planettes, singers (2)
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20.44, 45.6 Pleyel, Ignaz Joseph, composer. 7 prints, 1793, 1801, undated
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36.3 Plunkett, Charles Percival, actor. Clipping, 1882
Poldowski--see Wieniawska, Irene
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20.45 Polk, Lucy Ann, singer (of the Les Brown orchestra) (3)
Pollock, Muriel--see Muriel and Vee
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21.1 Pollock, Ralph, conductor
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21.2 Ponce, Ethel and Dorothea (Ponce Sisters), singers (15)
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50.61 Ponchielli, Amilcare, composer. Clipping, undated
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21.3 Porter, Cole, composer. 2 photos, 1971; 7 clippings, 1959-1964, undated
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21.4 Powell, John. Photo, 1916
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21.5 Powell, Maud, violinist. 10 photos, 1892-1913, undated
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21.6 Preston and Ysobel, violinists
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21.7 Pride, Charlie, singer
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21.8 Prince, Leo, accordionist
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21.9 Princess Neioma, organist
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50.62 Private Papirofsky's Brass Band. Publicity sheet, undated
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21.10 Professor Cheer, accordionist
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21.11 Progressive Women's Club, presenter. Program for "Blue Review" song and dance benefit, 1931
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21.12 Prokofieff, Sergei, composer. 6 photos; concert program, Aeolian Hall, 30 March, in all-Russian program of Prokofieff, Scriabin, Moussorgsky; clipping
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21.13 [Pubellones?], Antonio, and R. [Pitnos?]
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21.14 Puccini, Giacomo, composer. 2 photos; clipping
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36.4 Pugnani, Gaetano, violinist. 2 prints
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21.15 Pugno, Raoul, pianist. 6 photos, 1896?-1897, undated
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36.5, flat file 21 Purcell, Henry, composer. 2 prints, 1867, undated
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21.16 Pushkin, Samuel, violinist. Concert program, Town Hall, 31 March 1941, in Faure, Stravinsky, etc.
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21.17 Putnam, Lieutenant William Lowell. Print
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21.18 Putterman, David, cantor (2)
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21.19 Pyle, Wynne, pianist. Concert program, Aeolian Hall, 17 February, in Schubert, etc; clipping; photo
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21.20 Rabaud, Henri, conductor. Photo, 1918
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21.21 Rabinovitch, Clara, pianist. Concert program, Town Hall, 22 March 1941, in Schubert, etc.
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21.22 Raccooners, The, ensemble (3)
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21.23 Rachlin, Ezra, pianist. Photo, 1929
Rachmaninoff, Sergei, composer.
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21.24 PC; 4 photos; clipping; concert program, Carnegie Hall, 26 and 28 December, in Rachmaninoff, etc.
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50.63 5 clippings; one with Siloti, Alexander 1902; one with his two daughters, undated
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51.58 Composite 8, clipping with Heyman, Henry (violinist), undated
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51.56 Radin, Oscar, conductor. Composite 6, clipping, undated
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21.25 Rae, Dorothy, singer? and Lee Scott, bandleader?
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36.6 Rainer Family
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21.26 Randall, Myrtle, singer? Photo, circa 1902
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21.27 Randegger, G. Aldo, pianist
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21.28, 36.7 Rankin, Jean, and Her Blue Belles; see also Wilton and Weber Dixie Follies. 5 photos, undated
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21.29 Raphael, concertinist. Photo, 1935
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21.30 Rappold, [Marie?, soprano]
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21.31 Rauzzini, Venanzio. 2 prints, 1807
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21.32 Ravel, Maurice, composer. Photo, 1929
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36.8 Ray, Charles, guitarist (2)
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21.33 Ray, Huston, pianist. 3 photos, 1927, undated
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21.34 Ray, Johnny, singer. Photo, 1970
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21.35 Raymond, Gus T.?, banjoist (of Armand and Raymond)
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36.9 Raymond's Bohemians, ensemble
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21.36 [Reeber?], Sallie, flageoletist
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21.37, 36.10 Reed, Dave, minstrel. 2 photos; print
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21.38, 36.11 Reeves, Sims (John), tenor. 10 prints
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36.12 Reeves, W. H., tenor? Print
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36.13 Regent Community Orchestra. 2 photos, 1923
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36.14 Regondi, Giulio (Jules), guitarist. 2 prints, 1831
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21.39 Reiner, Fritz, conductor. Photo, 1937
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50.64 Reinhard, Louis C. A., conductor, Orpheum Theatre, Brooklyn, New York. Photo, undated
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21.40 Reisenauer, Alfred, pianist
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36.15 Reisman, Leo, bandleader (2)
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21.41, 45.7 Remenyi, Edouard, violinist. 7 photos; clipping; pencil drawing
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21.42 Renardi Trio/Sisters, accordionists (2)
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21.43 Renard, Jacques, and the Camel Quarter Hour Orchestra (4); see also Downey, Morton
Resphigi, Ottorino, composer.
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21.44 Photo, undated
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51.1 Clipping, 18 September 1928
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21.45 Reuter, Rudolph, pianist
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21.46 Rex Cole Mountaineers/Fields and Hall
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21.47 Reyes, Revva R., guitarist
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51.2 Reznicek, Ernst von, composer. Clipping, undated
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36.16 Rialto Orchestra, The
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22.1 Ricci, Ruggiero, violinist. 4 photos, 1949, undated
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22.2 Rice, Gladys, soprano (2)
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22.3 Rich, Aubria, accordionist
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22.4 Rich, Charlie, singer
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22.5, 36.17 Rich, Larry, bandleader (6)
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22.6 Richmond, Margaret, accordionist
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51.57 Richter, Hans, painter and film producer. Composite 7, clipping with Muck, Karl (conductor), undated
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22.7 Riddle and Cooke, accordionists (2)
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22.8 Ries, Ferdinand, pianist. Print
R[i?]es, Herr--see String quartet with Herr R[i?]es, et al.
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22.9 Riesenfeld, Hugo, violinist
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22.10 Rimacs, The, and the Havana Rumba Orchestra (2)
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22.11 Rimsky-Korsakov, Georgi, and Aleksandr Glazunov, composers
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51.3 Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, composer. Clipping, undated
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36.18 Rinaldo, violinist (7)
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22.12 [Ripoll?], Señor, violinist. Photo, 1880
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22.13 Ristori, Harry and Marjorie, ensemble (2)
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22.14 Ritchie, Albany, violinist (5)
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22.15 Rive-King, Julie, pianist. Photo; print
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36.19 Roane's Pennsylvanians (4)
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22.16 Roberts, Joe, banjoist (3)
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22.17 Roberts, Lucky, composer. 4 flyers for Town Hall concert, 28 May 1941, of "Compositions by Celebrated Negro Composers"
Robertson, Wesley L.--see Ish-Ti-Opi
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22.18 Robey, George, comedian. Concert program; print; flyer
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46.1 Robinson, Anastasia, singer. 2 prints, 1727
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36.20 Rocco, Luigi, operatic singer. 2 prints
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36.21 Rode, [Jacques Pierre Joseph], composer-violinist. Print, 1815
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22.19 Rodgers, Jimmie, composer (4)
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22.20, 36.22 Rodgers, Richard, composer; see also Rodgers and Hammerstein. 3 clippings, 1962, 1972, undated; photo, 1972; 12 page press release/biographical sketch
Rodgers, Richard, composer, and Oscar Hammerstein II, lyricist.
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22.21 14 clippings, 1949-1978, undated, some regarding Lorenz Hart and Alan Jay Lerner; souvenir program for "Rodgers and Hammerstein Nights" show; 3 photos
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51.60 Composite 12, brochure for The King and I published play with music [offered as October selection by The Fireside Theatre], 1951
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22.22 Roerich, Nicholas, scenic and costume designer
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22.23 Roes, Paul, pianist. Photo, circa 1927
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22.24 Roger, M., tenor. 2 clippings, 1848?
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22.25 Rogers and Gearhart, violin and piano duo
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22.26 Rogers, Buddy, and His Orchestra (2)
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46.2 Rolfe, B. A. (Benjamin A.), and Orchestra (13)
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22.27 Rollins Juvenile Syncopators (10)
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22.28 Romberg, Sigmund, composer (3)
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22.29 Ronconi, Domenico, tenor. Print
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36.23, 46.3 Ronconi, Giorgio, baritone. 2 prints; hand colored photo
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22.30 Rondas Trio, ensemble (2)
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flat file 53 Roney's Boys, singers. Poster
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36.24 Ronzi, Antonio, tenor. Print
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36.25 Ronzi, Stanislao, voice teacher. Print
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36.26 Rooney, Pat, and Marion [Benh?]; see also Al Kaplan's Kings of Harmony
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36.27 Rosa, Carl, impresario. Print
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22.31 Rose, Billy, composer. Clipping
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51.59 Rose, Leonard, cellist. Composite 11, publicity sheet for Trio, 10 May
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22.32 Rosedale, Lillian, composer (3)
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22.33 Rosen, Max, violinist. 2 photos, 1919, undated
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22.34 Rosenthal, cellist (2)
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22.35 Rosenthal, J. C., general manager of the American Song Society
Rosenthal, Moriz, pianist.
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22.36 15 photos, 1896, undated; 2 clippings, 1929, undated; concert program, Carnegie Hall, 15 January, in Schumann, Chopin, etc.; print, 1896
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51.4 2 clippings, undated
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22.37 Rose Weeks and Campbell, violinists
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22.38 Rosille, Mildred (of the Al Wohlman Night Club Revels)
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22.39 Rosner, E. M., musical director of The Orpheum Orchestra
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36.28 Ross, Allie, and the Connies Inn Orchestra
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22.40, 36.29, flat file 22 Rossini, Gioacchino, composer. 30 prints, 1792-1843; photo
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23.1 Rothafel, S. L. "Roxy," theater owner (8)
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23.2 Roth, Ann, singer (performed with Benny Meroff and Orchestra) (4)
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flat file 23 Roth, Franz. Print, 1856
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23.3 Roth Quartet, string quartet (3)
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36.30 Royal Hungarian Revue, ensemble
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51.5 Royal Welsh Gleemen. Photo, undated
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36.31 Roy T. Clifford's River Rhythm, ensemble
Rôze-Mapleson, Marie--see Mapleson, Marie
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36.32, flat file 24 Rubini, Giovanni Battista, tenor. 5 prints, 1833, undated
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23.4, 36.33 Rubinoff, Dave, violinist. 14 photos, 1931-1937, undated
Rubinstein, Anton, pianist.
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23.5, 36.34 2 clippings, 1894; 4 prints, 1870, undated; photo
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51.6 Clipping, undated
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23.6 Rubinstein, Arthur, pianist. 5 photos; concert program, Konserwatorjum, Poland, June 1930, with [Paul] Kochanski, violinist
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23.7 Rubinstein, Erna, violinist (5)
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23.8 Rule and O'Brien, songwriting team? (2)
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23.9 Rumshinsky, Joseph, conductor. The Rumshinsky Book, 1931, festschrift published in honor of his 50th birthday
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23.10, 51.7 Russell, Anna, singer. Souvenir program, circa 1953-1954 (2 copies)
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36.35, flat file 1 Russell, Henry, singer and composer. 5 prints
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23.11 Russian Trocadero Singers and Beauties
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36.36, flat file 54 Rust's Brass Band. 3 advertisements; print
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51.8 Sachs-Hirsch, Herbert
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23.12 Sada, violinist
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23.13 Safonoff, Maria, pianist
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23.14 Saint-Saëns, Camille, composer (3)
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23.15 [Salimbeni?], singer. Print, 1751
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23.16 Salmond, Felix, cellist
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23.17 Salomon, [Joseph-François, composer]. Print
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23.18 Salsédo Harp Ensemble
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23.19 Salter, Harry, conductor (4)
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36.37 Salvi, Lorenzo, tenor. 3 prints
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23.20 Salzer, Ray, and His California Rhythm Kings
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23.21 Samaroff, Olga, pianist
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23.22, 36.38 Sammy Watkins Orchestra (4)
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23.23 Samson, [Joseph-Isidore], singer. 5 prints, 1881, undated
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23.24 Samuel, Harold, pianist. 6 photos, 1926, 1929, undated
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51.9 Sándor, György, pianist. Photo, 22 February 1939
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23.25 Santley, Charles, baritone. 4 prints
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23.26 Santrey, Henry, bandmaster (6)
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23.27 Sapirstein, David, pianist (2)
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23.28 Sarasate, Pablo de, violinist. 2 prints
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36.39 Sargent, John S., painter
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23.29 Sarnoff, Arthur, violinist (4)
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23.30 Sauer, Emile, pianist (2)
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23.31 Sauret, Emile, violinist. Print, 1891
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23.32 Savlo, Kathy, singer, with Solid Gold and Changing Scene, rock bands? (3)
Saxophone Sextette--see Spiltany, Phil
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37.1 Scalchi, Sofia, mezzo-soprano. Color print
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23.33 Scargold, banjoist (3)
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23.34 Schaffer, Sylvester, violinist
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23.35 Schalk, Franz, conductor
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23.36 Scharwenka, Xaver, pianist. Photo, circa 1898; print
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23.37 Schelling, Ernest, pianist. 5 photos; PC; concert program, Aeolian Hall, 10 January, in Granados, etc.; 2 clippings
Schenck, Joe--see Van and Schenck
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23.38 Schenk, Willie, Jr., violinist
Schepp, Rex--see Ossman, Vess
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37.2 Scherpf, John C., composer. Title page of sheet music for "Scherpf's Variations on Serious Family Polka"
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23.39 Schicht, Johann Gottfried, pianist. Print
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51.10 Schindler, Kurt, conductor. 2 clippings, undated
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52.16 Schirmer, Rudolph E., music publisher. Composite 9, clipping, undated
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37.3 Schleiffarth, George, composer. Title pages of sheet music for "Vocal Compositions," 1884, "Vocal and Instrumental Compositions," 1884
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23.40 Schmit, Lucien, cellist
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23.41 Schmuller, Alexandre, violinist
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51.11 Schnabel, Artur, pianist. Photo, undated
Schneider, Edwin--see McCormack, John
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23.42 Schnitzer, Germanie, pianist. 4 photos, 1913, undated
Schoenberg, Arnold, composer.
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23.43 2 photos, 1913
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51.12 Clipping, undated
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23.44, 51.13 Scholder, Helen and Harriet, cello and [?] duo. 2 photos, undated
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23.45 Schorr, Frederich, bass-baritone. Clipping
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23.46, flat file 25 Schubert, Franz, composer. 4 photos, 1870, 1885, undated; 6 prints, 1828, undated
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23.47 Schuberth, Carl, cellist. Print
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23.48 Schulhoff, Julius, pianist. ALS, 8 January 1852
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23.49, 46.4 Schumann, Clara, composer. 9 prints, 1870, including one with Robert Schumann
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37.4, 46.5 Schumann, Robert, composer. 5 prints
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flat file 26 Schutte, Annie, pianist. Print
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24.1 Schwab, Ted, banjoist
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51.14 Scott, Cyril, composer. Clipping, undated
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24.2 Scott, Henri, singer. Photo; 2 flyers
Scott, Lee--see Rae, Dorothy
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37.5 Scott, William R., composer. Title page of sheet music for collection of vocal and instrumental music, 1879
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24.3 Seeger, Pete, singer
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51.15 Segardi (?), Alessandro. Watercolor (recto) and pencil drawing (verso), undated
Segovia, Andrés, guitarist.
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24.4 2 photos, undated
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51.16 Publicity sheet (2), undated
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37.6 Seguin, Zelda, light opera singer. 2 photos; title page of sheet music for "Songs of Mrs. Zelda Seguin of the Parepa Opera Troupe," 1871
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24.5, 37.7 Seidel, Toscha, violinist. 6 photos, 1918-1923, undated; clipping; concert program, Carnegie Hall, 28 April, in Saint-Saëns, Francoeur-Kreisler, etc.
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24.6, 37.8 Seidl, Anton, conductor. 5 photos, 1895, undated; print
Seifert, Emil--see McGibeny Family
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24.7 Seigel, Louis, violinist (8)
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24.8 Serato, Arrigo, violinist
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24.9 [Serr Allen Group?], ensemble
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37.9 Seven Candreva Bros. (5)
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24.10 Seydel, Irma, violinist
Shackly, George--see Moonbeams
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51.17 Shankar, Ravi, sitarist. Souvenir program, Ravi Shankar Festival from India, circa 1968
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37.10 Shannon Quartet. Publicity brochure, 1935
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24.11 Shannon, Thomas F., bandmaster (2)
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24.12 Sharpe, Louise, harpist. Print, 1828
Shaw, Elliot--see Black, Frank
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51.18 Shaw, Harold, promoter (Shaw Concerts, Inc.). Artists reference guide, 1975-1976
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24.13 Shay, Jimmy, xylophonist (of Solly Grauman and Co.) (2)
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24.14 Sheehan, Joseph F. Print
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24.15 Shepard, Ken, violinist (6)
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37.11 Sheppard, Buddy, violinist
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24.16 Sherwood, William H., pianist. Print
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24.17, 37.12 Shield, William, composer. 3 prints, 1798, undated
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24.18 Shilkret, Nathaniel, conductor, with Anne Shirley, radio star (3)
Shirley, Anne--see Shilkret, Nathaniel
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24.19 Shoestring Revue, with Beatrice Arthur, Chita Rivera, et al. Program for show at the President Theater
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37.13 Shotwell, Margaret, pianist (8)
Sibelius, Jean, composer.
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24.20 Photo, undated
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51.19 2 clippings, undated
Siegel, Al, pianist [played with Ethel Merman?].
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24.21, 37.14 4 Photos, undated
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51.20 Photo, undated
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51.21 Silberta, Rhea, composer. Photo, undated
Siloti, Alexander, pianist, composer, and conductor.
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24.22 5 photos, 1929, undated
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51.55 Composite 5, clipping with Liszt, Franz (pianist), undated
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24.23 Silvertown Cord Orchestra, with Joseph Knecht, director, the Silver Masked Tenor, and Happy Felton, master of ceremonies (9)
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24.24 Simon, Louis, actor
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51.22 Simpson, Annette, soprano; see also Moonbeams. Photo, undated
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24.25 Simpson, Cheridah, actress. Photo, circa 1907
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24.26 Sinclair, Edith, banjoist
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24.27, 37.15 Sinclair, John, tenor. 21 prints, 1814-1925, undated
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37.16 Singer's Midget Band
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37.17 Singing Witches
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24.28 Sirota, Gershon, cantor
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24.29 Sissle, Noble, conductor. 3 PC; 8 photos, 1951, undated
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24.30, 46.6 Sivori, Camillo, violinist. 6 prints
Six Jolly Jesters--see (Original) Six Jolly Jesters
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51.23 Skolovsky, Zadel, pianist. Publicity sheet, 15 November 1967; photo, August 1939
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51.24 Slafer, William E., bandmaster and composer. Photo, undated
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24.31 Slezack, Leo, tenor
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51.25 Slivinski, pianist. Clipping, undated
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24.32 Smallens, Alexander, conductor
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24.33 Smith, Bessie
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24.34 Smith, Harry Bache, author. ALS, 26 January 1902
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24.35 Smith, John Christopher, organist. Print, 1799
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24.36 Smith, May Lyle, flutist
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24.37 Smith, Samuel F., songwriter. Clipping with typed lyrics for "America" and portrait of Smith
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52.13 Smothers Brothers, musical comedy team. Souvenir program, 1989
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24.38 Snodgrass, pianist
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24.39 Snooks and His Memphis Ramblers, ensemble (2)
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24.40 Société des Instruments Anciens, early music quintet, with [Henri] Casadesus, viola d'amore, et al. on hybrid cello gamba, treble gamba, double bass, harpsichord. 3 photos, circa 1910s-1920s
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24.41 Society of the Music School Settlement, music school in New York. Brochure, 1904
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24.42 Sodero, Cesare, conductor
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24.43 Solomon, Frederick, comedian. Clipping
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24.44 Sondheim, Stephen, composer. 5 photos, 1957, 1959, undated; 11 clippings, 1974
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51.26 Sondi, Mattie, singer. Photo, undated
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24.45 Sorrentino, bandleader (2)
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37.18 Soules, S. Geo., songwriter. Title page of sheet music for song collection, 1874
Sousa, John Philip, bandmaster.
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24.46-47, 37.19, flat file 4 18 photos, 1889-1996, undated; print; ALS, 17 January 1903; 5 clippings, 1932, undated; 10 concert programs (Metropolitan Opera House? 18 January 1894; Col. Sinn's New Park Theatre, 25 February 1894; Metropolitan Opera House, 23 April 1899 and 15 May 1898; Manhattan Beach, 31 August 1899, with Franz Hell, flugelhornist; 11 October 1902; Steel Pier, Atlantic City, 13 and 27 August; New York Hippodrome, 27 September 1908; Auditorium, 12 August 1915)
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52.14 Concert program attached to scrapbook page, New York Hippodrome, 8 December
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25.1 South, Eddie, violinist
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25.2 Spalding, Albert, violinist; see also Ganz, Rudolph. 11 photos, 1941, undated; clipping
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flat file 55 Spaulding, Georgie Dean, harpist. Poster
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52.15 Spaulding's Lady's Cornet Band (Georgie Dean Spaulding). Clipping attached to scrapbook page, undated
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25.3 Specht, Paul and His Orchestra (8)
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37.20 Speight, [James?, violinist]. Print
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25.4 Spiering, Theodore, violinist
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25.5 Spiltany, Phil, bandleader, with Dez Thompson, drummer, and the Saxophone Sextette. 3 photos, 1938, undated
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25.6 Spirescu, Oscar, conductor
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25.7 Spivack, Eli, baritone
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25.8, 37.21, 46.7 Spohr, Louis, violinist. 9 prints, 1843, 1859, undated; clipping with autograph(?) affixed, 1847
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37.22, 47.1 Spontini, Gaspare, composer. 7 prints, 1813, 1823, undated
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25.9 Sprague, Kate, harpist. 2 photos, 1899
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25.10 Stadie, Hedda Novelly, singer. PC
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37.23 Stahl, Richard, composer. Title page of sheet music for song collection
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37.24 Staples, R. G.
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25.11 Stanelli and Douglas, violinists
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25.12 Starr, Jean, singer
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25.13 Staudigl, Josef, baritone. Photo, 1898
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25.14 Stedman, Edmund Clarence
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25.15 Steel, John, tenor. Clipping
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25.16 Steger, Julius, actor-singer
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25.17 Steiner, Max, composer. Program for Steiner tribute concert, de Jong Concert Hall, Brigham Young University, 16 April 1981, with the Brigham Young University Philharmonic Orchestra (2 copies)
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25.18 Sterling Saxophone Four (2)
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51.59 Stern, Isaac, violinist. Composite 11, publicity sheet for Trio, 10 May
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25.19 Sternberg, Constantin, pianist. Print
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37.25 Stevens, Les, and His Mallory Hatters (2)
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25.20 St. John's Orphan Home Band
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37.26 Stoddard, Henry, and Band, and Mrs. Frank [Jenney?] (3)
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37.27 Stoepel, Robert. Print
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47.2 Stokes, William, lyricist. Piano score for "Memory, or Sweet Visions of the Past"
Stokowski, Leopold, conductor.
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25.21 4 clippings; photo
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51.27 Clipping, 1912
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25.22 Stracciari, Riccardo, baritone. Photo, 1918
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25.23 Strains and Strings, ensemble
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25.24 Straight, Charley, bandleader (5)
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37.28 Straight, Ned, composer. Title page of sheet music for song collection, 1880
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37.29 Strakosch, Maurice, impresario. Print
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25.25 Stransky, Josef, conductor. Photo, circa 1912
Straus, Edgar J.--see String quartet with Nathan Landsberger, et al.
Strauss, Herr--see String quartet with Herr R[i?]es, et al.
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flat file 56 Strauss, [Eduard?], conductor. Poster for concert with the Vienna Court Orchestra, Madison Square Garden Amphitheatre, [1902?]
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25.26, 37.30 Strauss, Johann, Jr., composer. PC; 2 photos, 1887, undated; 3 prints; clipping; title pages of pieces of sheet music for "Strauss' Waltzes," 1873; "Strauss Dance Music," 1872
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25.27, 37.31 Strauss, Johann, Sr., composer. 2 prints, 1844, 1849; title page of sheet music for "Strauss' Much Admired Waltzes"
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25.28 Strauss, Richard, composer. 5 photos; 2 clippings, 1958, 1962
Stravinsky, Igor, composer.
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25.29 Photo, 1955; 2 clippings, 1953, undated
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51.28 2 clippings, photo, undated; Souvenir program, "America Celebrates Stravinsky," Washington Cathedral, 17 June 1982
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51.51 Composite 1, photo with Bolm, Adolph, undated
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25.30 String Quartet with Nathan Landsberger, Robert Hochstadter, Edgar J. Straus, and Henry Heyman. Photo, circa 1890s?
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47.3 String Quartet with Herr R[i?]es, violinist, Madame No[r?]man-Nordica, cellist, Herr Strauss, violinist, and Signor Piatti, cellist. Clipping
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25.31 Strong, Robert, harpist
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37.32 Stross, R. G., cornetist (associated with Four Hamel Sisters)
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25.32 Studley, Sam L., conductor
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37.33 Sucher, Rosa, soprano. Color print
Sullivan, A. S.--see Gilbert, W. S. and Sullivan, A. S.
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25.33 Sulzer, Ray, and His California Rhythm Kings
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25.34 Sumac, Yma, singer. Souvenir program; 2 concert programs, both in Andean music, operatic arias, and songs (Western Canadian tour, 18-26 October 1954; Gregory Gymnasium, University of Texas, Austin, 23 November 1954)
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25.35 Supremes, The, singers. Souvenir program for "An Evening With the Supremes," 1965
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25.36 Sutton, Elmer, musical director of Orpheum Theatre, Omaha, Nebraska
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25.37 Sweet Adeleine Quartet, singers (5)
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25.38 [Sweetin?], Claude, and His Orpheum R-K-Olians
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25.39 Swegles Sex-O-Tette, saxophone ensemble
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37.34 Swiss Bell Ringers
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25.40 Sykes, James, pianist. Concert program, Town Hall, 21 March 1941, in Schoenberg, Sessions, etc.
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25.41 Szigeti, Joseph, violinist. 2 photos, 1928, 1943
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37.35 Tabrar, Joseph, composer. Title page of sheet music for the song "But No More"
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25.42 Talbot, Walter S., tenor
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25.43 Tamagno, Francesco, tenor
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25.44 Tamberlik, Enrico, tenor. Photo; clipping
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25.45, 37.36 Tamburini, Antonio, baritone. 7 prints, 1832, 1842
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25.46 Tango, Egisto, conductor
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25.47 Tapper, Wilhem, music historian. Print
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25.48 Tattlers, The, singers (4)
Tawnhurst, Vee--see Muriel and Vee
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25.49 Taylor, Betty Lee, organist
Tchaikovsky, Piotr Ilyich, composer.
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25.50, flat file 57 2 photos; print
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51.29 Clipping of Tchaikovsky's father and mother, undated
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25.51 Templeton, Alex, composer
Terpsichorean Gems--see Lady Margaret and Co.
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25.52 Terry, Sonny, singer, and Brownie McGhee, guitarist
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25.53 Terry, Thelma, and Her Playboys Orchestra (2)
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25.54 Tettelbach, violinist. Print
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25.55 Tettenborn, Lina, actress
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37.37 Thalberg, Sigismond, pianist. 5 prints, 1837, undated
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25.56 Thalberg, Sigismond, and Adolph Henselt, pianists. Print
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25.57 Theremin (5)
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26.1 Therval, Mlle., harpist
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26.2 Thibaud, Jacques, violinist. 4 photos, 1918, 1919, undated; concert program, Town Hall, 21 January, in Beethoven, Lalo, etc.; clipping
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51.30 Thiers, Albert Gerard, music educator. Lecture program, 8 January 1903
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26.3 Thomas, Ambroise, composer. Print
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37.38 Thomas, Howard, bandleader (2)
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37.39 Thomas, John Rogers, composer. Title page of sheet music for song collection, 1875
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26.4, flat files 5, 28 Thomas, Theodore, conductor. 5 photos; flyer for concert at Gilmore's Garden; 4 prints
Thompson, Dez--see Spiltany, Phil
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26.5 Thomson, Cesar, violinist
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37.40 Thorne, James, tenor. Print; watercolor
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26.6 Three Bennett Brothers, ensemble
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51.31 The Three Chungs (Kyung Wha, violinist; Myung Whun, pianist; Myung Wha, cellist). Clipping, 1974
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26.7 Three Comrades, ensemble
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26.8 Three Cresso Bros., ensemble. 3 photos, circa 1939?
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26.9 Three Foy Sisters, banjoists
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26.10 Three Marshalls, The (Peggy, Kay, and Jack), singers?
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26.11 Three Sharpleys, ensemble
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26.12 Three Victors
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26.13 Three White Kuhns, banjoists
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37.41 Tieman, Tad, and His Tunesmiths, with the Co-Eds (3)
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37.42 Tillou, Francis R., Recorder of New York. Pencil drawing with pen and ink
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26.14 Timm, Henry Christian, pianist. 2 prints
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37.43 Titus, Frederick J., business manager-accompanist
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26.15, 51.32 Toback, Anna, singer. 7 photos, undated
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26.16 Tom Carey's Irish Serenaders (3)
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26.17 Tomiakan, violinist
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26.18 Tom O'Shanter Girls (3)
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26.19 Tompkins, Susan, violinist (7)
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26.20 Topp, Alida, pianist
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26.21 Torpadie, Greta, soprano. Photo, 1928
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26.22 Torrano Sisters, accordion and saxophone (5)
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37.44 Torriani, [Octavia, soprano]. Print
Toscanini, Arturo, conductor; see also Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York.
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26.23 11 photos, 1920, undated; 2 clippings, 1957; 2 concert programs (Gregory Gymnasium, University of Texas, Austin, 29 April 1950, in Dvorak, Schubert, etc.; New York Hippodrome, 16 January, in de Sabata, etc.)
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51.33 Clipping, undated
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51.34 Tourret, André, violinist. Photo, 1 February 1916
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37.45 Tremaine, Master Alonzo
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26.24 Tramezzani, Diomiro, tenor. 3 prints
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26.25 Traps, the Drum Wonder (2)
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26.26 Trastau, Sophie
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26.27 Tres Latinos, ensemble (2)
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51.35 Trio de Lutèce. Clipping, undated
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26.28 Trovato, violinist (4)
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26.29, 47.4 Tua, Teresina, violinist. 2 photos, 1885, 1887; print, circa 1882
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26.30 Tucker, Al, and His Society Orchestra
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26.31 Tucker, Henry, composer
Tucker, Sophie--see Ager, Milton
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26.32 Tureck, Rosalyn, pianist. Photo, 1940
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26.33 Tyler, Cyril, boy soprano. Photo; flyer for concert, Hollis St. Theatre, 27 and 30 October
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26.34 Ukranian National Chorus
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26.35 Ulmar, Geraldine, opera and comic opera singer. Photo, 1890
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26.36 Uncle Robert, ensemble
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38.1 United States Indian Band (4)
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26.37 University Quartet, singers?
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26.38, flat file 29 Urso, Camilla, violinist. 7 photos, 1896, 1899, undated
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26.39 Vactor, David Van, composer. Photo, 1939?
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38.2 Vadie and Gygi and Co. 5 photos, 1923, undated
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26.40 Vale and Cray, singer and accompanist
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26.41 Vallee, Rudy, singer (6)
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38.3 Vallee, Rudy, with Eddie Cantor, singer, and the WIOD radio orchestra
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26.42 Vallentine, Louise, banjoist
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26.43, 47.5 Van and Schenck, vaudeville team (Gus Van and Joe Schenck) (2)
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26.44 Vance, Clarice, singer (4)
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26.45 Van der Stucken, Frank, conductor
Van, Gus--see Van and Schenck
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27.1 Van Vliet, Cornelius, cellist (2)
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27.2 Van Vliet, Cornelius, with [Scipione] Guidi, violinist, and Adler, conductor?
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27.3 [Varin?, Elda], pianist
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38.4 Vasser Girls, ensemble
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27.4 Vaughan, Theresa, banjoist (2)
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27.5 Vaughn, Robert, actor
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27.6-7, 51.36 Vecsey, Ferenc [also known as Franz von], violinist. 4 photos, undated; 1 clipping
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27.7 Vecsey, Franz von, violinist. Photo; clipping
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27.8, 38.5 Velluti, Giovanni Battista, castrato. 2 prints; watercolor, 1825?
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38.6 Venetian Masqueraders (2)
Verdi, Giuseppe, composer.
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27.9, 38.7, 47.6 3 photos; 3 clippings, 1901, undated; 14 prints, 1886-1887, undated
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51.37 Clipping, undated
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27.10 Vidas, Raoul, violinist (2)
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51.38 Vienna Choir Boys. Publicity sheet, 16 March
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27.11 Vienna Lady Orchestra, directed by Josephine Weinlich. Concert program, 29 March 1872 in Strauss, Rossini, etc.
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27.12, flat file 30 Vieuxtemps, Henri, violinist. 10 prints, 1842-1845, undated; see also Nilsson, Christine
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27.13 Vigna, Arturo, conductor
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27.14 Village Choir, The
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27.15 Vincent Lopez Debutantes; see also Lopez, Vincent, and His Orchestra.
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27.16, 38.8 Viotti, Giovanni Battista, violinist. 5 prints, 1826, undated
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51.56 Voedisch, Alma, manager. Composite 6, clipping with Claussen, Bojian and Sonjia [daughters of Claussen, Julia (mezzo-soprano)], circa 1914
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flat file 58 Vokes, Rosina, actress. Poster for "The Silver Shield," Madison Square Theatre, [1885?]
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27.17 Vollmer, Ruth, flutist
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27.18, 38.9, flat file 31 Wagner, Richard, composer. 6 photos; 2 PC, 1906, undated; 13 clippings, 1905-1906[8?], undated; 13 prints, 1843, 1910, undated; title page of sheet music for "Wagner's Select Compositions"
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27.19 Wagner, Siegfried, conductor
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38.10 Waldteufel, Emil, composer. Title page of sheet music for "Reminiscences (sic) of Waldteufel Valses," 1882
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27.20 Walker, James J., author (2)
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27.21, 38.11 Walker, Master Henry Stephen, pianist. Photo; 5 prints
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27.22 Wallace, Dorothy, actress?
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38.12, flat file 32 Wallace, William Vincent, composer. 7 prints, 1846-1854, undated; title page of sheet music for "Souvenir de l'opera," 1853-1854 (4 copies)
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27.23, 51.39 Wallenstein, Alfred, cellist. 2 photos, undated
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27.24 Waller, Fats, pianist (3)
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27.25 Walmisley, Thomas Attwood, organist. ALS, 12 May 1850
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27.26 Walsh, May, soubrette
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27.27 Walska, Ganna, singer. 4 photos, 1928, undated
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51.40 Walter, Bruno, conductor. Clipping, undated
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38.13 Wambold, [David S., minstrel]. Print
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27.28 Warburg, Gerald Felix, cellist
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27.29 Ware, Helen, violinist
Ward, Sam, author--see Al Kaplan's Kings of Harmony
Waring, Fred, and the Pennsylvanians.
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27.30 7 photos, 1938, undated; publicity brochure for "Fred Waring Musicade" show (2 copies); 2 photos
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51.41 Souvenir program, circa 1940s
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flat file 33 Posters for 2 concerts (Memorial Auditorium, 2 February 1969, in "Hi Fi Holiday" show, 2 copies; College Auditorium, Texarkana, 28 November, in the "Fred Waring Show," 2 copies)
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51.54 Warlich, Reinhold, baritone. Composite 4, clipping with Kreisler, Fritz (composer and violinist), undated
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38.14 Warner, Genevieve, harpist. 2 photos, 1915?
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27.31 Watson, Tod, and Regina Debori and Orchestra in "Urban Revue" (2)
Watkins, Sammy--see Sammy Watkins Orchestra
Wayne, Mabel--see Gilbert, L. Wolfe
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38.15 Webb, Clifton, and the California Collegians
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27.32 Webbe, Samuel, composer. Print
Weber, Carl Maria von, composer.
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27.33, 47.7 13 prints, 1826, undated
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51.42 Clipping, undated
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27.34 Weber, Lucien, actor
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27.35 Webern, Anton, composer. Clipping, 1979
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27.36 Weeks, Marion, soprano
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flat file 59 Wehli, James M. Print
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27.37, 47.8 Weill, Kurt, composer. 3 photos; clipping, 1950
Weinlich, Josephine--see Vienna Lady Orchestra
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38.16 Weippert, John, conductor. Title page of sheet music for "The Hunchback Cotillions," 1836
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27.38 Weissenberg, Sigi, pianist. Photo, 1951
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27.39 Welk, Lawrence, conductor. Clipping, 1956
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27.40 Welles, John Barnes, tenor. Concert program, Aeolian Hall, 14 October, in English songs, Schumann, etc.
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27.41, 38.17 Welsh, Thomas, bass. 3 prints, 1881, undated
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flat file 63 Wentworth, May, singer. Poster
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27.42 Werle, Margrit, cellist
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27.43 Werrenrath, Reinald, baritone-bass (5)
West, Sam Ku--see Nainoa, Sam K.
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27.44 Western, Lillie, musician. 2 photos, 188[9?]
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27.45 Weston, Al. H. and Irene Young, comedians?
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38.18 Whidden, Jay, and Vera Bryer, comedians?
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27.46 [Whike?], Lew, organist
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38.19 White, C. A.
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27.47 White, C. S., songwriter
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27.48, 38.20 White, Dave, and Co. (3)
White, Howard--see Landt Trio
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38.21 White, Jack, bandleader; the Montrealers, with Al Lamb and Ivan [Brunel] (4); see also Lee, Billie and Mary
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27.49 White, Roderick, pianist
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27.50, 38.22 Whiteman, Paul, bandleader. 45 photos, 1927, undated; program for radio broadcast, 25 February 1938, in Gershwin, etc.
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flat file 60 Whiting, Charles and Anna, singer and trombonist. Poster
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28.1 Whitman, Frank, violinist (8)
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28.2 Whitney, [Myron or William?], music teacher
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51.43 The Who. Program for Tommy presented by Trix Productions, undated
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28.3 Wickham?, [Florence?], contralto
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28.4 Wiedoeft, Rudy, saxophonist
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51.44 Wieniawska, Irene (also known as Poldowski), composer and pianist. Clipping, undated
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47.9 Wieniawski, Henryk, violinist. ALS, 1867; print
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28.5 Wiere Brothers, vaudeville team (6)
Wiggins, Veronica--see Moonbeams
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28.6 Wild, Franz, opera singer. Print, 1829
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51.45 Willeke, Willem, cellist and pianist. Clipping, undated
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51.46 Williamson, John Finley, conductor. Photo, undated
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38.23 Willmers, Rudolph, pianist. Print
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51.47 Willson, Meredith, conductor. Photo, circa 1939
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38.24 Wilton and Weber Dixie Follies (headed by Jean Rankin) (3)
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28.7 Winant, Emily, contralto. 3 clippings, 1887, undated
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28.8 Winston, Jeannie, singer
Witek, Anton, violinist.
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28.9 Photo, undated
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51.48 Clipping, undated
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28.10 Witherspoon, Herbert, bass
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28.11 Witt, Max S., composer
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38.25 Wohlman, Al, and the [Bivoy?] Revels (4); see also Rosille, Mildred
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28.12 Wolf and Holman, violinist and cellist
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28.13 Wolff, violinist
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51.49 Wolstenholme, William, organist and composer. 2 clippings, undated
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28.14 Wood, Henry J., conductor
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28.15 Woods, Howard, and Orchestra
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28.16 Woolet, Sidney, elocutionist. Playbill, Third Universalist Church, 27 March 1878, in poems, parodies, etc.
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28.17 Worrell Sisters, singers. Clipping, 1909
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28.18 Worth, Muriel, harpist (5)
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28.19 Wright, Horace, and Rene Dietrich, singers
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flat file 65 Yeamans, Lydia, singer. Poster
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28.20 Yellen, Jack, songwriter; see also Ager, Milton. 2 photos, undated
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38.26 Yerkes College Misfits (with Ted Eddy)
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28.21 Yorke and Johnson, singers
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28.22 Young Holt Trio, singers
Young, Irene--see Weston, Al. H
Ysäye, Eugene, violinist.
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28.23, 38.27 6 photos, 1898-1916, undated; concert program, Carnegie Hall, 28 December 1912, joint recital with Leopold Godowsky, pianist, in Franck, Chausson, Schumann, Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata; 4 clippings, 1912, 1931, undated
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51.50 1 photo; 4 clippings, undated
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38.28 Yvette, singer? (2)
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28.24 Zandonai, Riccardo, composer. 2 photos, 1913, undated
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28.25 Zaslawsky, Georges, conductor
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28.26 Zecchi, Carlo, pianist
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28.27 Zeisler, Fannie (Bloomfield), pianist. Photo; print
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28.28 Zenatello, Giovanni, tenor
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28.29 Zentay, Mary, violinist
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28.30 Zerrahn, Carl, conductor. Photo; print
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28.31 Zilberts Choral Society. Subscription blank, 1941 (7 copies)
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28.32 Zimbalist, Efrem, violinist. 7 photos, 1912, 1928, undated
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28.33 Zimbalist, Efrem, and wife Alma Gluck, soprano
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28.34 Zimermann, pianist. Print
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28.35 Zuro, Josiah, conductor (2)
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29.1, flat file 34 Composites of composers, conductors, instrumentalists, and opera singers. 5 prints; photo, 1916; clipping, 1906
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51.51 1. Bolm, Adolph, and Igor Stravinsky. Photo, undated
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51.52 2. Bridewell, Carrie, and Luigi Mancinelli. Clipping, undated
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51.53 3. Elman, Mischa, and Percy Kahn. Clipping, undated
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51.54 4. Kreisler, Fritz, and Reinhold Warlich. Clipping, undated
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51.55 5. Lizst, Franz, and Alexander Siloti. Clipping, undated
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51.56 6. Lund, John, Oscar Radin, Anton Heindl, Karl Muck, Alma Voedisch, Bojian Claussen, and Sonjia Claussen. Clipping, undated
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51.57 7. Muck, Karl, and Hans Richter. Clipping, undated
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51.58 8. Rachmaninoff, Sergei, and Henry Heyman. Clipping, undated
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52.16 9. "Extraordinary Group of International Musicians, Most of Whom Came to America Because of the European War, Brought Together at a Dinner in Their Honor Given by R. E. Schirmer." Clipping, undated
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flat file 5 10. "The Grand Musical Congress, Under the Management of Mr. Jas. W. Morrissey," featuring Theodore Thomas as conductor
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51.59 11. Istomin, Eugene, Isaac Stern, and Leonard Rose. Publicity sheet for Trio, 10 May
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51.60 12. Rodgers, Richard, and Oscar Hammerstein II. Brochure for The King and I published play with music [offered as October selection by The Fireside Theatre], 1951
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51.61 13. Gilbert, W. S., and A. S. Sullivan. Clipping, undated
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29.2-3, 38.29, 48.1, 51.62 Unidentified
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51.63 American Institute of Musical Studies. Catalog, 1979
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48.2 "Angel with a Viola." Print from a fresco by Melozzo da Forli
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51.64 Aunt Polly Basset's "Singin Skewl." Advertisement/program, Chickering Hall, Yorke (sic), 15 October 1877
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29.4 Banjo (instrument). 9 clippings regarding instruction, technique, and sales, 1874-1883, undated
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flat file 35 "The Blind Fiddler." Print from a painting by David Wilkie
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38.30 Cellist and violinist. Print from a painting by Massani (?)
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flat file 36 "Discord" and "Harmony." Prints from two paintings by A. Weisz
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flat file 64 "Historical Chart of Composers," 1937
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51.65 Hollywood Bowl. 2 photos, undated
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38.31 "The Honor of His Eminence." Print from a painting by Edward Grützner
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29.5 "How the Viol Is Tuned and Applied to the Scale of Music." AMs by William Hollocombe, 1815
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38.32 "Musical Amateurs." Print from a painting by H. Kauffmann
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29.6 "Musical Amateurs: A Solo." Print
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29.7 "The Musical Comedy Turns 100." Clipping, 1966
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48.3 "Musical Contrasts: Domestic, Foreign, Pathetic, Humorous, Discordant, Harmonious, Operatic, Orchestral." Clipping, 1867
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29.8 Pianists, violinists, and cellist. Holograph list of (all but Willy Burmester are represented elsewhere)
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48.4 "Portrait Gallery of Great Composers," leaves of printed text from, 1911
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48.5 "Song without Words." Print from a painting by Irving R. Wiles
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flat file 2 "Songs That Reached the Heart..."
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38.33 Facsimile autographs of famous musicians, 1831, undated

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 Musicians Collection--Index of Correspondents (Original Inventory) 

Authors of correspondence are indexed in the following list. The location is followed by a folder title in parentheses only if the folder title differs from the author's name. A number in parentheses indicates the number of items by that person; no parenthetical notation indicates there is just one item. In the following examples:

  • Bennett, William Sterndale--2.35 (3)
  • Weisbord, Sam--8.14 (Eight Men of Manhattan file)
there are three letters by Bennett in Bennett's file in box 2.35, and one letter by Sam Weisbord in the Eight Men of Manhattan file in box 8.14.

  • Abt, Franz, 1819-1885--1.2
  • Ashe, Andrew--1.34
  • Barnett, John, 1802-1890--2.14
  • Benedict, Julius, 1804-1885--30.19
  • Benline, Arthur J.--2.34 (Harry C. Benline file)
  • Bennett, William Sterndale, Sir, 1816-1875--2.35 (3)
  • Berkeley, H.--2.36
  • Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989--2.37-39, 30.22
  • Bull, Ole, 1810-1880--4.25, 31.6
  • Burney, Charles, 1726-1814--4.29
  • Burns, Annelu, 1889-1942--4.31 (12)
  • Curesh, J. Nicholles--6.33
  • Damrosch, Walter, 1862-1950--6.43-44 (2)
  • De Koven, Reginald, 1859-1920--7.13 (2)
  • Grossman, Al--8.14
  • Herbert, Victor, 1859-1924--33.6-7
  • Horn, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1786-1849--13.10 (4)
  • Loder, John David--16.17, 34.23
  • MacDonald, M. B.--7.31 (Flora Anderson Dilgarde file)
  • Méhul, Etienne Nicolas, 1763-1817--17.30
  • Millard, H. (Harrison), 1830-1895--44.9
  • Mori, Nicolas, 1796-1839--18.28, flat file (2)
  • Nicolai, Otto, 1810-1849--19.24
  • Poppe, Harry H. (A. H. Fischer Features, Inc.)--4.31 (12 in Annelu Burns file)
  • Schulhoff, Julius, 1825-1898--23.48
  • Smith, Harry Bache, 1860-1936--24.34
  • Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932--24.46-47, 37.19
  • Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964--13.11 (2 in Lena Horne file)
  • Walmisley, Thomas Attwood, 1814-1856--27.25
  • Weisbord, Sam, 1911- --8.14 (Eight Men of Manhattan file)

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