Ernst Bacon Collection 1907-1990 (bulk 1930-1980)


Ernst Bacon Collection 1907-1990 (bulk 1930-1980)

Ernst Bacon was an American composer, pianist, and conductor. The collection contains music, writings, correspondence, iconography, programs, clippings, publicity materials, and other miscellaneous items.

around 6,000 items; 54 boxes; 16 linear feet



SNAC Resource ID: 6357818

Library of Congress. Music Division

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Waubay United Church of Christ, 1973 Jan. 2 (corporateBody)

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Texts are six of Aesop's fables. Composed 1943. First performance Philadelphia, 20 April 1945, Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy conductor, Robert Grooters narrator.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Fables : for narrator and orchestra, 1943 / Vincent Persichetti. 1943. (Franklin &amp; Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 53180868 Commissioned by Anthony di Bonaventura. Composed 1962. First performance Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, 2 Augus...

United States Department of Interior, 1937 Sept. 10 (corporateBody)

Duke University Library, 1974 Mar. 14 (corporateBody)

Associated Music Publishers, Inc., 1944 (corporateBody)

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The Saturday Evening Post, 1939 Dec. 11 (corporateBody)

Arts Club of Washington, 1948 (corporateBody)

Harvard University, 1925, 1938-48, 1966-74 (corporateBody)

Rongwen Music (corporateBody)

Mount Union College, 1976 Apr. 30 (corporateBody)

National Institute of Music and Theater, 1989 Feb. 24 (corporateBody)

Barr, Stringfellow, 1971 May 21 (person)

Loesser, Arthur, 1941, n.d. (person)

Kohn, Hans, 1963-67 (person)

The New England Conservatory, 1937-39, 1979 (corporateBody)

Whedon, Harriet, 1938-51, n.d. (person)

State University of New York, 1953, 1961, 1966 (corporateBody)

The Florida State University, 1962 Dec. 12 (corporateBody)

St. Olaf College, 1961-66 (corporateBody)

McClosky, David Blair, 1952, 1977-78 (person)

Henry Hadley Foundation, Inc., 1939 (corporateBody)

National Endowment for the Arts, 1966-77 (corporateBody)

George Peabody College for Teachers, 1967 Jan. 16 (corporateBody)

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[Farrell], Guy, n.d. (person)

Carl Fischer, Inc., 1939-1978 (corporateBody)

Publisher and importer of music and music books, importer and manufacturer of musical instruments and general musical merchandise. From the description of Typewritten letter on letterhead, with stamped signature : New York, to Clark Music Co., Syracuse, N.Y., 1914 May 19. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270935540 ...

The Kenyon Review, n.d. (corporateBody)

Bales, Dorothy, 1979-81, n.d. (person)

Composers Publishing Club, 1939 (corporateBody)

American Shakespeare Festival. (corporateBody)

The University of Idaho, 1967 Jan. 5 (corporateBody)

Lockwood, Normand, 1948-78, n.d. (person)

Washington Post Company (corporateBody)

The Washington Post Company is best known for its ownership of the daily newspaper, The Washington Post. The paper was founded on Dec. 6, 1877. It was founded by Stilson Hutchins and sold several times. The Meyer-Graham family owned the paper from 1933-2014 when it was bought by founder Jeff Bezos. The paper is well known for reporting by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in 1970s for investigating Watergate Scandal. ...

Carl Fischer, Inc., 1939-1978 (corporateBody)

Publisher and importer of music and music books, importer and manufacturer of musical instruments and general musical merchandise. From the description of Typewritten letter on letterhead, with stamped signature : New York, to Clark Music Co., Syracuse, N.Y., 1914 May 19. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270935540 ...

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Hinrichsen, Evelyn, 1978 (person)

The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, 1960-63 (corporateBody)

State Teachers College, 1948 (corporateBody)

Oakland Tribune, 1964 Mar. 5 (corporateBody)

Princeton University Library, 1974 Feb. 14 (corporateBody)

Department of Rehabilitation, 1989 Dec. 19 (corporateBody)

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The Great Southwest Books, 1984-85 (corporateBody)

The Cleveland Museum of Art, 1960-69 (corporateBody)

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Wheeler, Emily Lillie, 1927, n.d. (person)

Sly, Alan, 1938-1945, 1963-1965, 1971-1990, n.d. (person)

WNIB/WNIZ, 1988 Apr. 23 (corporateBody)

The Boston Globe, 1958 June 3 (corporateBody)

Musical America, 1948, 1965 (corporateBody)

Jahoda, Fritz, 1939 Oct. 13 (person)

G. Schirmer, Inc. (corporateBody)

Curtin, Phyllis, n.d. (person)

The Atheneum Arts Foundation, 1966 (corporateBody)

Sigma Alpha Iota, 1987 Jan. 5 (corporateBody)

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The University of Washington Press began in 1915. From the description of University of Washington Press records, 1915-2008 (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123949088 The University of Washington Press traces its origins to 1915, when Edmond Meany's "Governors of Washington, Territorial and State" was issued. In 1920, the first book to bear the University of Washington Press imprint was released, an edition of "The Poems of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey." The Press...

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Bard College, 1938 (corporateBody)

Wigglesworth, Frank, 1941-44, n.d. (person)

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Friedheim Awards, 1984 (corporateBody)

Goossens, Eugene (person)

Epithet: conductor, d1906 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000834.0x000073 Epithet: violinist and conductor, d 1958 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000624.0x0000df ...

Museum of Modern Art, 1939 Dec. 13 (corporateBody)

All Souls Parish, 1973 Feb. 20 (corporateBody)

Szigeti, Joeseph, 1944-46, n.d. (person)

San Diego State College, 1960 Oct. 28 (corporateBody)

SA Sopken Arts, Inc., 1963-64 (corporateBody)

Marshall, Albert, 1932, 1941, 1957-61, n.d. (person)

Lillie, Ralph S., 1928, 1939, 1941 (person)

Lamont School of Music (corporateBody)

The National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1962 Feb. 21 (corporateBody)

Belwin Mills Publishing Corporation (corporateBody)

Stock, Fredrick A., 1939-40 (person)

Mazzeo, Rosario, 1971 Jan. 30 (person)

Syracuse University, 1943-1976, 1989 (corporateBody)

The Southwestern Musician, 1948 (corporateBody)

The Baldwin Piano Company, 1931-44 (corporateBody)

University of Miami, 1967 (corporateBody)

Nowak, Lionel, 1932, 1946-53, 1964, 1974, 1981-91, n.d. (person)

Bacon, Analee Camp, 1939-78, n.d. (person)

Neil [Farrell] (person)

Lee, Russel van Arsdale, 1956, 1973-74, n.d. (person)

National Concert and Artist Corporation, 1945 Jun. 12 (corporateBody)

University of Southern California, 1956, 1974 (corporateBody)

University of Kansas, 1959 Aug. 31 (corporateBody)

Langner, Lawrence, 1946-55 (person)

San Francisco Theological Seminary, 1965 May 29 (corporateBody)

Citkowitz, Israel, n.d. (person)

Massachusetts State College, 1948 (corporateBody)

Houston, George, 1926, n.d. (person)

Hamilton College, 1938-40, n.d. (corporateBody)

The Catholic University of America, 1966 Dec. 28 (corporateBody)

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc., 1962 June 13 (corporateBody)

Marvin, Frederick, 1986-89 (person)

United States Information Agency, 1961 Feb. 20 (corporateBody)

Commentary, 1966 Aug 18 (corporateBody)

American Conservatory of Music (corporateBody)

The Foundation for Environmental Design, 1966 Mar. 14 (corporateBody)

Syracuse Savings Bank, 1948 Jan. 8 (corporateBody)

Ross, Hugh, 1938-44, 1950 (person)

Redlands Community Music Association (corporateBody)

The San Francisco Foundation, 1974 Nov. 11 (corporateBody)

Stanford University, 1935, 1938, 1958 (corporateBody)

Mars Hill College, 1961 May 16 (corporateBody)

Bacon, Paul, 1949, 1952, 1961-69 (person)

University of West Florida, 1971 May 20 (corporateBody)

Behrend, Jeanne, 1943-1947, 1961, 1976, 1981 (person)

Bacon, Ellen, 1964-91, n.d. (person)

Lehigh University, 1966 May 16 (corporateBody)

Gammon, Stella, n.d. (person)

Ameling, Elly, 1979 (person)

Salem College, 1945 Jan. 4 (corporateBody)

The family, 1932, 1951 (family)

Columbia University Press, 1966 May 23 (corporateBody)

Washington and Jefferson College, 1967-68? (corporateBody)

University of Louisville, 1988 (corporateBody)

Swan, Eunny, 1953, n.d. (person)

Bialosky, Marshall, 1984 (person)

Lengyel, Cornel, 1959, 1967 (person)

Galaxy Music Corporation. (corporateBody)

Goldman, Maurice, n.d. (person)

U.S.S. Marvin Shields (DE-1066), 1972-73 (corporateBody)

Denison University, 1967 Jan. 9 (corporateBody)

Elkan-Vogel, Inc., 1972 June 30 (corporateBody)

Pinscoff, Thomas (person)

Detroit Symphony Orchestra, 1932 May 23 (corporateBody)

Black Mountain College, 1940-44 (corporateBody)

Boston University, n.d. (corporateBody)

Huntington Hartford Foundation (corporateBody)

In December 1948 Huntington Hartford established the Huntington Hartford Foundation; its purpose was to foster community creativity in the arts through fellowships which provided subsistence, living quarters and partial supplies at the Foundation's location in Rustic Canyon, Pacific Palisades, CA; applicants for fellowships were screened by three admissions committees (literary, music and art), and in 1954 the Huntington Hartford Foundation Awards were created to honor annually persons with dist...

Wilder, Thornton, 1947, 1954-59, 1967-73 (person)

Deutsche Medizinische Gesellschaft, 1916 Mar. 17 (corporateBody)

Bennington College (corporateBody)

Welch, Robert, 1929- (person)

Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1965 Jan. 18 (corporateBody)

The Oklahoma City Symphony Society (corporateBody)

The Bank of California, 1979 July 25 (corporateBody)

Bureau of Fine Arts, 1917 (corporateBody)

The New York Times, 1940-46, 1955, 1966 (corporateBody)

The Civic Symphony Society, 1943 (corporateBody)

Baylor University, 1966-67 (corporateBody)

Floyd, Carlisle, 1966 Mar. 6 (person)

Command Records, 1964 July 10 (corporateBody)

Southern Connecticut State College, 1964 July 21 (corporateBody)

Milton Academy, 1943 June 15 (corporateBody)

Louisiana State University, 1957, 1966-67 (corporateBody)

Johnson, Thor, 1944, 1962 (person)

Meet The Composer Inc., 1989 Apr. 13 (corporateBody)

Lengyel, Teresa (person)

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival (corporateBody)

The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival was founded in 1973. From the description of Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival programs, 1973-[ongoing]. (Santa Fe Public Library). WorldCat record id: 37896400 ...

Bernat, Juliette (person)

Cincinnati Zoo Opera Company, 1926 May 11 (corporateBody)

Grinnell College, 1947-48 (corporateBody)

University of Tennessee, 1948 (corporateBody)

Northwestern University, 1916-17, 1941-48, 1974, n.d. (corporateBody)

Lombard, Eugene, 1925-37, n.d. (person)

Music Publishers Holding Corporation, 1948 Mar. 18 (corporateBody)

United States Veterans Bureau, 1925 Apr. 1 (corporateBody)

Branch Banking & Trust Company, 1940 Dec. 23 (corporateBody)

New York Press Association (corporateBody)

Luening, Catherine (person)

Coolidge, Elizabeth Sprague, 1864-1953 (person)

Biographical Note 1864, Oct. 30 Born Elizabeth Penn Sprague, Chicago, Illinois, to Albert Arnold and Nancy Ann Atwood Sprague circa 1872 Began piano lessons with Regina Cohn Watson 1891 Married Frederic Shurtleff Coolidge (died 1915) ...

Oakland, Office of the Mayor, 1986 Oct. 16 (corporateBody)

Bacon, Madi, 1938-39, 1955-62 (person)

Pichler, Hans, 1963 (person)

Downes, Olin, 1944 Sept. 8 (person)

Hewitt, Helen M., 1949 (person)

The Open Court Publishing Company, 1911, 1913 (corporateBody)

The Rosamond Gifford Charitable Corporation, 1967 June 8 (corporateBody)

Musikwissenschaftliches Institut, 1963 Sept. 27 (corporateBody)

Swift, Page, 1978-88 (person)

506th Army Air Forces Band, 1944-45 (corporateBody)

Lawson-Gould Music Publishers, Inc. (corporateBody)

Erskine, John, 1941-43, 1974 (person)

The Orchestra School, 1939 Oct. 27 (corporateBody)

Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967 (person)

Carl Sandburg (1878-1967) was an American author, editor and poet. He won three Pulitzer prizes, two for his poetry and the third for his biography of Abraham Lincoln. From the guide to the Carl Sandburg Collection, 1924-1954, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) American poet, novelist and historian, Carl Sandburg (1878-1967) won two Pulitzer Prizes, one for Abraham Lincoln: the War Years and the other for The Complete Poems of Carl Sandburg ...

Gauthier, Eva, 1948, n.d. (person)

National Association of Teachers of Singing, Inc., 1974 June 1 (corporateBody)

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1959 (corporateBody)

Seattle Symphony Orchestra, 1944 (corporateBody)

Leonardo Academy of Arts and Science (corporateBody)

Nies-Berger, Edouard, 1948-53 (person)

The Library of Congress, 1964, 1974-84, 1989 (corporateBody)

Boatwright, Howard (person)

American violinist, conductor, and composer. From the description of Typewritten letter signed, dated : Syracuse, N.Y., 13 November 1964, to Joseph Chouinard, 1964 Nov. 13. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270906389 ...

Alpha Mu Music Honor Society, n.d. (corporateBody)

Simon & Schuster, Inc., 1950 Feb (corporateBody)

The Musical Offering (corporateBody)

Goldsboro News-Argus, 1946 Aug. 26 (corporateBody)

Library and Museum of the Performing Arts (corporateBody)

Trauner, Richard, 1947, 1954, 1961-82 (person)

Down beat, 1965 Apr. 13 (corporateBody)

San Francisco Symphony 1964, 1985-89 (corporateBody)

The Etude music magazine, 1943 June 16 (corporateBody)

Reese, Gustave, 1939, 1944 (person)

Goldovsky Opera Institute Incorporated, 1976 Feb. 17 (corporateBody)

Voice of America, 1968 Mar. 26 (corporateBody)

University of California, 1938-86 (corporateBody)

Clavier, 1981-85, n.d. (corporateBody)

Connecticut College, 1942 (corporateBody)

The Nation, 1961-66 (corporateBody)

Allen, William Duncan, 1983 May 26 (person)

Novello & Company Limited (corporateBody)

Coates, Helen G. (person)

Associated Music Publishers, Inc., 1944 (corporateBody)

Associated Music Publishers (AMP) was based in New York City. Hugo Winter joined the company as Vice-President in 1939, following his emigration to the U.S. Winter, who had previously held a leading position at Universal Edition, in Vienna, was a friend of Alma Mahler; before the war, Universal Edition had held many or most of the rights to Gustav Mahler's works. AMP apparently served as a U.S. representative for a number of music publishers worldwide, including Universal Edition. Bauer was on s...

University of Redlands, 1966 Sept. 6 (corporateBody)

Parker, William, n.d. (person)

Corbató, Emily, 1965-86 (person)

Barlow, Wayne (person)

Bufano, Remo, 1933 May 8 (person)

Lee, Dorothy (person)

Komroff, Manuel, 1948-58, 1966-74, 1986, n.d. (person)

Mills College (corporateBody)

Hurd, Henrietta Wyeth, 1950 Aug. 31, n.d. (person)

Bauer, Harold (person)

Epithet: pianist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000265.0x0002f4 ...

Universität Graz (corporateBody)

Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1939, 1948 (corporateBody)

Pleasants, Henry, 1963 (person)

[LeHalk?], Lili, 1986 (person)

Saunders, A. P., 1938-39, 1945 (person)

Minnesota Public Radio, 1987 Nov. 19 (corporateBody)

Concordia Publishing House. (corporateBody)

Daedalus, 1964 June 9 (corporateBody)

St. Lawrence University, 1972-76 (corporateBody)

Universalist theological school and liberal arts college chartered by the State of New York in 1856; first classes were held in 1858; Theological School was disbanded in 1965. From the description of Records, 1856-1981. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155501771 ...

The Librarian of Mills College, 1974 Feb. 11 (corporateBody)

Music at Kohl Mansion, 1985, n.d. (corporateBody)

Viking Press, Inc., 1964 Mar. 31 (corporateBody)

Plymouth Rock Center of Music & Drama, Inc. (corporateBody)

Music Press, Inc., 1946-1948 (corporateBody)

San Francisco Public Library, 1939 Apr. 11 (corporateBody)

Harper's Magazine, 1965, n.d. (corporateBody)

Old First Concerts, 1974 Oct. 24 (corporateBody)

Lincoln Southeast High School, 1977 Apr. 21 (corporateBody)

G. Schirmer, Inc., 1931, 1971, n.d. (corporateBody)

American Music Edition (corporateBody)

Western Gerontological Society, 1985 Feb. 28 (corporateBody)

Headley, George L., 1939 (person)

Ives, Ruth Livingston, 1946-74, n.d. (person)

ASCAP (corporateBody)

Foldes, Andor, 1946-47, 1963 (person)

Daily Express, 1954 July 21 (corporateBody)

Erskine, Morse, 1936, 1954 (person)

Robert Shaw chorale (corporateBody)

Lehmann, Lotte, 1968 Sept. 20 (person)

New York, Executive Chamber, 1987-88 (corporateBody)

Circle Blueprint Company, Inc., 1938, 1943 (corporateBody)

Wagner Memorial Lutheran College, 1941 Nov. 15 (corporateBody)

Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975 (person)

Thornton Wilder (1897-1975), novelist and playwright. From the description of Thornton Wilder collection, 1918-1983. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82555916 From the description of Thornton Wilder collection, 1918-1983. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702165470 Thornton Wilder was an American playwright, novelist, and essayist. From the description of Thornton Wilder collection of papers, 1926-1975 bulk (1926-1967). (New York Public Library). WorldCat rec...

Fresno Philharmonic Association, 1966 Mar. 9 (corporateBody)

Lawson-Gould Music Publishers, Inc, 1973 Oct. 31 (corporateBody)

The Rydal Press, 1986 (corporateBody)

National Association of Schools of Music, 1942-47 (corporateBody)

Hi Fi/Stereo Review, n.d. (corporateBody)

Bynner, Witter, 1928 Jan. 3 (person)

Philosophical Library, Inc., 1986 Mar. 31 (corporateBody)

The Music Teachers' Association of California, 1976 Mar. 8 (corporateBody)

University of Arizona, 1966-67 (corporateBody)

University of Arizona recognition of 100 years of land-grant colleges and universities, 1862-1962, and the university’s participation in the centennial convocation of the American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities held at Kansas City, 1961. From the guide to the University of Arizona Land-Grant centennial records, 1960-1962, (University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections) University of Arizona recognition of 100 years of land-grant colleges and...

Leich, Roland, 1941, n.d. (person)

Glenn, Carroll, 1945, n.d. (person)

Bacon, Ernst, 1898-1990 (person)

Ernst Bacon, 1898-1990, was an American composer, pianist, conductor, and teacher. From the description of Papers, 1962-1976 (inclusive), 1972-1976 (bulk). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122639945 From the guide to the Ernst Bacon papers, 1962-1976 (inclusive, 1972-1976, (The New York Public Library. Music Division.) Composed 1937. First performance Chicago, 5 February 1940, Illinois Symphony Orchestra of the Works Progress Administration, the compos...

N.A.A.N.A.C.M., 1961 Feb. 24 (corporateBody)

Lockwood, Vona (person)

The Post Apollo Press, 1989 (corporateBody)

The San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Inc., 1939, 1966-1974 (corporateBody)

California State University, 1987, n.d. (corporateBody)

Smith College, 1974 Feb. 14 (corporateBody)

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc., 1943 Aug. 30 (corporateBody)

First Presbyterian Church, 1946, 1958, 1961 (corporateBody)

World Biographical Encylopedia, 1939, 1940, 1948 (corporateBody)

American society of composers, authors and publishers (corporateBody)

Taylor and Adams were each president of the ASCAP at the time of their writing; Nissim was in the Serious Music Department; Cunningham signed the television rights agreement on behalf of the ASCAP. From the description of Correspondence to Alma Mahler, 1944-1961. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155862820 ...

George Mason University, 1985 July 31 (corporateBody)

University of Minnesota, 1942 Jan. 16 (corporateBody)

Concord Summer School of Music, 1938 Jun. 22 (corporateBody)

Gray, Maxine Cushing, 1936-48, 1976, 1987 (person)

Association of American Colleges, 1938-47 (corporateBody)

Oxford University Press, Inc., 1964, 1971 (corporateBody)

Pinscoff, Karl, 1972 (person)

Vassar College, 1939-41, 1974 (corporateBody)

Placement Committee for German and Austrian Musicians, 1939 (corporateBody)

Horizon, 1962-69 (corporateBody)

Komroff, Odette. (person)

Clifton, Chalmers, 1942-44 (person)

Pollak, Robert, 1937-39 (person)

University of Illinois, 1966, 1986 (corporateBody)

Music Journal, 1963, 1977 (corporateBody)

Office of the Assessor, 1939 May 18 (corporateBody)

Chadwick, George Whitefield (person)

George Whitefield Chadwick (b. Lowell, MA, 13 November 1854; d. Boston, MA, 4 April 1931) was an American composer, teacher, organist and conductor. Beginning in 1872, Chadwick studied organ with George E. Whiting, piano with Carlyle Petersilea , and theory with Stephen A. Emery at the New England Conservatory in Boston. In 1876 Chadwick accepted a faculty position within the music program at Olivet College in Michigan. A year later Chadwick went to Germany where he studied with Karl Reinecke, S...

Hanson, Howard, 1896-1981 (person)

Composed 1921.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Concerto : for organ, strings and harp, op. 22, no. 3 / Howard Hanson. [19--] (Franklin &amp; Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 52170318 Composed for the Chopin Centennial, UNESCO, Paris 1949.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Pastorale for solo oboe, strings and harp / Howard Hanson. c1949. (Franklin &amp; Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 52170353 American compos...

Metropolitan Opera Association, 1947 Feb. 26 (corporateBody)

Limestone College, 1967 Jan. 16 (corporateBody)

Indiana University, 1938, 1965-66, 1980 (corporateBody)

British Broadcasting Corpration, 1972 Dec. 22 (corporateBody)

Clark Music Co., 1945, 1948 (corporateBody)

The University of Rochester, 1926-28, 1941, 1966, n.d. (corporateBody)

East Bay Regional Park District, 1977 Aug. 29 (corporateBody)

The American Scholar, 1966, 1974, n.d. (corporateBody)

Toronto Symphony Orchestra Association, 1951 Feb. 2 (corporateBody)

University of Texas, 1937-38, 1966 (corporateBody)

Nordoff, Paul, 1971-72, n.d. (person)

Bacon, Charles S. Sr., 1923-46, n.d. (person)

Summy-Birchard Publishing Company (corporateBody)

Yale University, 1940-45, 1963-66 (corporateBody)

University of Mississippi, 1948, 1969 (corporateBody)

Moore, Douglas, 1937-68, n.d. (person)

Rockefellow, Martha Baird (person)

Oakland Symphony Orchestra, 1984-85 (corporateBody)

San Francisco Overland Limited, 1937 (corporateBody)

Gammon, Vera, 1913 (person)

University of Oklahoma 1966, 1972, 1981 (corporateBody)

American Music Center, 1958 Jan. 29 (corporateBody)

Pantheon Books, 1967 June 5 (corporateBody)

Holm, Jeff, 1970, 1986-87 (person)

Sandburg, Carl, 1930-33 (person)

San Francisco Opera Association, 1964 Mar. 18 (corporateBody)

The Philadelphia Orchestra Association, 1938 (corporateBody)

Columbia Artists-Concert Management, 1989 Sept. 22 (corporateBody)

Bacon, Charles S. Sr., 1923-46, n.d. (person)

Music Press, Inc., 1946-1948 (corporateBody)

Hines, Duncan, 1938 Jan. 15 (person)

North Point Press (corporateBody)

Royal College of Music, 1971 Oct. 22 (corporateBody)

Aid To Music Program, 1961 (corporateBody)

Circle in the Square, 1975 Dec. 18 (corporateBody)

Atheneum Publishers, 1964-65 (corporateBody)

Pattison, Lee, 1937-45, 1958 (person)

The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, 1946 Aug. 20 (corporateBody)

International Institute of Music, 1961 (corporateBody)

New York Philharmonic, 1965, 1972 (corporateBody)

San Francisco, Office of the Mayor, 1985 Apr. 25 (corporateBody)

Columbia University in the City of New York. (corporateBody)

James, Philip, 1948-53 (person)

Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc., 1971 June 24 (corporateBody)

University of Houston, 1989 (corporateBody)

Vanguard Press, Inc., 1964 July 9 (corporateBody)

Cazenovia Junior College, 1957 (corporateBody)

Cricket: magazine for children, 1974 Sept. 24 (corporateBody)

Bacon, Alphons, 1916, 1944-48, n.d. (person)

Lert, Richard, n.d. (person)

Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1966 Jan. 18 (corporateBody)

Gish, Mrs. Herbert (Emily) (person)

Dartmouth College (corporateBody)

The celebration of the 150th anniversary of the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in the Dartmouth College Case was held on April 9, 1969, in the Court of Claims, Washington, D.C.; the celebration also commemorated the career of Daniel Webster, the advocate who defended the case before the Supreme Court. During the ceremony Justice Earl Warren, Senator Thomas J. MacIntyre, and Dartmouth College President John Sloan Dickey spoke before an audience of legislators, jurists, historians, and alumni....

Heafner, Carolyn, 1981 (person)

Farrell, Quintus William, 1988, n.d. (person)

Horgan, Paul, 1932-33, 1941-70, 1978-82, n.d. (person)

Manhattan School of Music, 1966, 1971 (corporateBody)

Rosthorn, Marid von, 1923-50, 1966, n.d. (person)

Wesleyan University, 1947, 1963-64, n.d. (corporateBody)

Price, Leontine , 1989 July 6 (person)

Korn, Peter, 1962 (person)

Wright, Cedric, 1928-1959, undated (person)

Carmel Music Society, 1976 Dec. 17 (corporateBody)

Butterworth, Neil, 1975 Jan. 24 (person)

Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., 1948, 1975 (corporateBody)

Broude Brothers, 1974 Apr. 1 (corporateBody)

Carmel Bach Festival, 1977 Aug. 15 (corporateBody)

Fairbank, Janet, n.d. (person)

The Thorne Music Fund, Inc., 1970 (corporateBody)

Alkahest Celebrity Bureau, 1938 Sept. 21 (corporateBody)

Elmcrest Manor, 1964 (corporateBody)

Davies, Mrs. Ralph (Louise), 1980 June 30, n.d. (person)

National Symphony Orchestra, 1941 May 23 (corporateBody)

Myers, Margaret, 1959-64, n.d. (person)

Lomax, Alan, 1945 Dec. 4 (person)

The Curtis Institute of Music, 1939, 1941 (corporateBody)

Drinker Biddle & Reath, 1945 June 28 (corporateBody)

Longy School of Music, 1957 Jan. 15, n.d. (corporateBody)

Cieciora, Phillip J., 1981 (person)

National Geographic Society, 1988 May 4 (corporateBody)

Pinscoff, Susi (person)

Bricken, Carl, 1937 Aug. 17 (person)

Goldman, Richard Franko, 1910-1980 (person)

Violinist and conductor Sam Franko was born January 20, 1857 in New Orleans, Louisiana and died May 6, 1937 in New York. His brother Nahan Franko was also a conductor and violinist. He was born July 23, 1861 in New Orleans and died May 7, 1930 in Amityville, New York. Bandmaster and composer Edwin Franko Goldman was born January 1, 1878 in Louisville, Kentucky and died February 21, 1956 in New York. He was the son of Selma Franko (Sam and Nahan's sister) and her first cousin David Henry Goldman,...

The Reader's Digest, 1965, 1977 (corporateBody)

University of North Carolina, 1936-48 (corporateBody)

The New York Review of Books, 1973 Oct. 24 (corporateBody)

Zimmermann, Richard, 1946-48, 1976-88 (person)

Sarah Lawrence College, 1939-40 (corporateBody)

Fletcher, Stanley, 1973-79 (person)

Bloch, Ernest, 1933-36 (person)

Johansen, Gunnar, 1945, 1980-83, n.d. (person)

University of Delaware, 1948 Jan. 8 (corporateBody)

Juilliard School of Music, 1958, 1970 (corporateBody)

Furman University, 1939, n.d. (corporateBody)

San Francisco Girls Chorus, 1989 Mar. 14 (corporateBody)

J. Fischer & Bro., 1933 Apr. 24 (corporateBody)

Norview High School, 1954 Nov. 29 (corporateBody)

Prime Minister of England (corporateBody)

Committee on International Exchange of Persons, 1964 Feb. 12 (corporateBody)

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, 1931-47 (corporateBody)

Siegmeister, Elie, 1955 Apr. 11 (person)

Lombard, Juliette (person)

Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro, 1979 (corporateBody)

Emory University, 1968 Mar. 22 (corporateBody)

Dragon's Teeth Press publication (corporateBody)

Reis, Clarke, 1975, n.d. (person)

Weigl, Karl, 1919, 1938-77 (person)

Sokoloff, Vladimir, 1962, 1979, 1987 (person)

Cambridge Records, Inc., 1964 (corporateBody)

Liebling-Wood, Inc., 1938-39 (corporateBody)

Chicago Little Symphony (corporateBody)

Gunn, Glen Dillard, 1940-48 (person)