Eloise Hubbard Linscott collection 1815-2002 1932-1955
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Frank G. Speck was an anthropologist. From the description of Naskapi scenes, [ca. 1930]. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122523446 From the guide to the Naskapi scenes, [ca. 1930], Circa 1930, (American Philosophical Society) Frank Gouldsmith Speck was an anthropologist. From the description of Delaware Indian material, 1928. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122440271 From the descripti...
Knott served as president of the NFFA from its founding in 1934 until 1970. The group's annual festival featured indigenous American and ethnic song and dance. The NFFA later changed its name to the National Council for Traditional Arts. From the description of Papers, 1934-1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 191916942 ...
Phillips Barry (1880-1937) was an American ballad scholar. He studied folklore, theology and classical and medieval literature at Harvard and founded the Folk-Song Society of the North-East and edited its Bulletin from 1930 until his death. He collected mainly in New England and collaborated with scholars in Vermont and Maine. (from: Grove Music Online) From the guide to the Songs and ballads from Maine, 1843-1935., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) ...
Anthropologist. Vassar College Class of 1909. From the description of Papers, 1905-1948. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155518646 Anthropologist. Vassar College Class of 1909. From the description of Ruth Fulton Benedict papers, 1905-1948. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 51576400 ...
Biographical Notes Eloise Hubbard Linscott (1897-1978) was born Eloise Barrett Hubbard, and raised in Taunton, Massachusetts, with her two sisters and three brothers. She studied at Radcliffe College from 1916-1920, and earned an A.B. in English literature. Among other classes, she took The History of Choral Music, with Archibald T. Davison, also the conductor of the Harvard Glee Club, and who in addition to his own noted scholarship (on vari...
Biographical History James Madison Carpenter (1888-1984) was born in Booneville, Mississippi. He received both a bachelor of arts degree (1913) and a master of arts degree (1914) from the University of Mississippi. He continued his graduate training at Harvard University, where he came under the tutelage of Professor George Lyman Kittredge, a ballad scholar. At Harvard, Carpenter became interested in British and American folk songs; his disse...
Coolidge was assistant curator of mammals at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard from 1929-1946. He served as executive director, Pacific Science Board, National Academy of Sciences from 1946-70. He was also associate in mammalogy at Harvard from 1946-70. Beginning in 1972, Coolidge served as honorary president of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN). From the description of Papers of Harold Jefferson Coolidge, 1904-1985 (inclusive) [...
American choral conductor. From the description of The Marshall Bartholomew papers, 1929-1966 (inclusive). (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 702190754 From the description of The Marshall Bartholomew papers, 1929-1966 (inclusive). (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 86121743 ...
Archibald MacLeish (1892-1982) was an American poet. Kaiser is a professor of comparative literature at Harvard. From the description of Letters to Walter Jacob Kaiser, 1955-1957 and undated. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612367921 MacLeish (1892-1982) was a Pulitzer Prize winning American poet, playwright, teacher, librarian of Congress, and public official. He was also Boylston professor at Harvard (1949-1962). From the description of Scratch : manu...
Samuel Preston Bayard, famed folklorist, conducted fieldwork collecting folk songs even before he enrolled at the Pennsylvania State College. Bayard was born on April 10, 1908 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He graduated with an A.B. in Music in 1934, and received an A.M. in English from Harvard two years later. In 1945, Bayard was hired to teach Freshman Composition at the Pennsylvania State College and his scholarly output dealing with folk music grew tremendously. He was appointed assistant prof...
Hendrik Willem van Loon was born in Rotterdam, Holland on January 14, 1882. He attended Cornell University, graduating in 1905. In 1906 he married Eliza Ingersoll Bowditch and began working for the Associated Press in New York City, Washington, D.C., Moscow, and Warsaw. His son Henry Bowditch van Loon was born on June 22, 1907, and Gerard Willem van Loon on January 16, 1911. Hendrik van Loon received his Ph.D. from the University of Munich in 1911, and in 1913 his book THE FALL OF THE DUTCH REPU...
Lenski (1893-1974) was an author and illustrator of children's books. She won the 1946 Newbery Award for "Strawberry Girl." From the description of Papers, 1927-1970. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 31445427 Lois Lenski was born October 14, 1893 in Springfield, OH. She was educated at Ohio State University, and received a B.S. in Education in 1915. After college, she studied at the Art Students League in New York City and Westminster Sc...