Papers of Victor Zajec 1962-2012 1970-1993

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Papers of Victor Zajec, 1962-2012, 1970-1993

Papers of Victor Zajec 1962-2012 1970-1993

Victor Zajec (1923-2005) has written two books on the history of the American Bandmasters Association: "The Edwin Franko Goldman Memorial Citation: A History," 1998 and Past Presidents of the American Bandmasters Association, 2000. Both books provide biographical sketches of the office holders and honorees. The Zajec Collection contains correspondence and information files on these individuals. The Zajec Papers also include research materials for Victor's book (Homewood, IL: Midwest Clinic, 1996). The Victor Zajec Papers are found in two locations: the and the . The First Fifty Years: Mid-West International Band and Orchestra Clinic American Bandmasters Association Archives Midwest Clinic Archives Victor Zajec has written two books on the history of the American Bandmasters Association: "The Edwin Franko Goldman Memorial Citation: A History," 1998 and , 2000. Both books provide biographical sketches of the office holders and honorees. The Zajec Collection contains correspondence and information files on these individuals. The Zajec Papers also include research materials for Victor's book (Homewood, IL: Midwest Clinic, 1996). The Victor Zajec Papers are found in two locations: the American Bandmasters Association Archives and the Midwest Clinic Archives. An unpublished finding aid prepared by Bradley Mariska is available in the respository. Past Presidents of the American Bandmasters Association The First Fifty Years: Mid-West International Band and Orchestra Clinic Victor Zajec has written two books on the history of the American Bandmasters Association: "The Edwin Franko Goldman Memorial Citation: A History," 1998 and , 2000. Both books provide biographical sketches of the office holders and honorees. The Zajec Collection contains correspondence and information files on these individuals. The Zajec Papers also include research materials for Victor's book (Homewood, IL: Midwest Clinic, 1996). The Victor Zajec Papers are found in two locations: the American Bandmasters Association Archives and the Midwest Clinic Archives. An unpublished finding aid prepared by Bradley Mariska is available in the respository. Past Presidents of the American Bandmasters Association The First Fifty Years: Mid-West International Band and Orchestra Clinic Victor Zajec has written two books on the history of the American Bandmasters Association: "The Edwin Franko Goldman Memorial Citation: A History," 1998 and , 2000. Both books provide biographical sketches of the office holders and honorees. The Zajec Collection contains correspondence and information files on these individuals. The Zajec Papers also include research materials for Victor's book (Homewood, IL: Midwest Clinic, 1996). The Victor Zajec Papers are found in two locations: the American Bandmasters Association Archives and the Midwest Clinic Archives. An unpublished finding aid prepared by Bradley Mariska is available in the respository. Past Presidents of the American Bandmasters Association The First Fifty Years: Mid-West International Band and Orchestra Clinic Victor Zajec has written two books on the history of the American Bandmasters Association: "The Edwin Franko Goldman Memorial Citation: A History," 1998 and , 2000. Both books provide biographical sketches of the office holders and honorees. The Zajec Collection contains correspondence and information files on these individuals. The Zajec Papers also include research materials for Victor's book (Homewood, IL: Midwest Clinic, 1996). The Victor Zajec Papers are found in two locations: the American Bandmasters Association Archives and the Midwest Clinic Archives. An unpublished finding aid prepared by Bradley Mariska is available in the respository. Past Presidents of the American Bandmasters Association The First Fifty Years: Mid-West International Band and Orchestra Clinic Victor Zajec has written two books on the history of the American Bandmasters Association: "The Edwin Franko Goldman Memorial Citation: A History," 1998 and , 2000. Both books provide biographical sketches of the office holders and honorees. The Zajec Collection contains correspondence and information files on these individuals. The Zajec Papers also include research materials for Victor's book (Homewood, IL: Midwest Clinic, 1996). The Victor Zajec Papers are found in two locations: the American Bandmasters Association Archives and the Midwest Clinic Archives. An unpublished finding aid prepared by Bradley Mariska is available in the respository. Past Presidents of the American Bandmasters Association The First Fifty Years: Mid-West International Band and Orchestra Clinic

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