Carrie Jacobs-Bond Collection circa 1896-circa 1944


Carrie Jacobs-Bond Collection circa 1896-circa 1944

The Carrie Jacobs-Bond Collection consists of music manuscripts, papers, photographs, and other materials relating to the personal and professional life of American sentimental song composer Carrie Jacobs-Bond. The collection contains 37 music manuscripts (18 holographs), poetic and prose sketches, and typescripts of children's books and scripts. It includes correspondence, principally in the form of greeting cards, including one from the publisher Gustave Schirmer, a letter from Shirley Temple, and correspondence from President and Mrs. Warren G. Harding. There are also business papers relating to Jacobs-Bond's printing business, as well as photographs and clippings; the former are of Douglas Fairbanks, Gracie Fields, John Philip Sousa, and President Harding.

circa 1,050 items; 11 boxes; 7 linear feet


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