Frederick C. Schang papers 1808-1978 1941-1976


Frederick C. Schang papers 1808-1978 1941-1976

The Frederick C. Schang Papers document the collecting interests and professional relationships of a prominent agent in the music industry during the 1930s-1970s.

0.42 linear feet; 1 box


SNAC Resource ID: 6316479

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Frederick Christian Schang, Jr. was born December 15, 1893 in New York City. In 1915 he graduated from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. One of his early positions was as a reporter for the New York Tribune. He then worked for the Metropolitan Music Bureau, which later merged with other agencies in 1930 to form the Columbia Concerts Corporation (name later changed to Columbia Artists Management, Inc., or CAMI). Schang was elected president of CAMI in 1948, and while he officially retir...