Harold R. Atteridge papers, 1909-1939.


Harold R. Atteridge papers, 1909-1939.

Collection consists of correspondence, accounts and other papers, 1909-1939, relating to Atteridge's career and business dealings.

.4 linear foot (1 box)


SNAC Resource ID: 6719145

New York Public Library System, NYPL

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Atteridge, Harold Richard, 1886-1938

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Harold Richard Atteridge (1886-1938) was an American composer, librettist and lyricist primarily for musicals and revues. He wrote the book and lyrics for over 20 musicals and revues for the Shubert family, including several iterations of The Passing Show. Atteridge was born in Lake Forest, Illinois, the only child of Richard H. Atteridge and Ann T. O'Neill.[1] He attended North Division High School, followed by college at the University of Chicago, where he was a member of the Phi Kappa Psi ...

Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989

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American composer. From the description of Irving Berlin letter to John W. Rumsey, 1959 May 15. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 608505243 From the description of Irving Berlin letter to Harry Ruby, 1971 Jan. 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 608505236 From the description of Irving Berlin letter to Harry Ruby, 1957 Dec. 3. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 608505260 From the description of Irving Berlin letter to Harry Ruby, 1956 May 22. (Unknown). WorldCat rec...

Shubert Theatrical Company.

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Shubert, Jacob J., 1878?-1963

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American theatrical producer and manager. From the description of Typewritten letter signed, dated : New York, 23 April 1912, to Mr. E.F. Stearns, 1912 Apr. 23. (Morgan Library & Museum). WorldCat record id: 81013683 Prominent theatrical manager and producer. Jacob J. Shubert and brothers Sam S. and Lee Shubert founded the Shubert theater empire. From the description of Papers, 1900-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155501950 ...

Cantor, Eddie, 1892-1964

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Cantor was born Edward Israel Iskowitz on Jan. 31, 1892 in NYC; he was orphaned at age of two and raised by his grandmother; was a vaudeville performer and singing waiter; appeared in Gus Edwards' Kid Kabaret; appeared in Ziegfeld's Midnight frolics in 1916; became star in successive Ziegfeld follies, 1917-1919, and also starred in the producer's shows, Kid Boots and Whoopee; starred in two silent films, Kid Boots (1926) and Special delivery (1927); had own radio show through the 1930s, and was ...

Jolson, Al, 1886-1950

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Composer. From the description of Autograph note signed : [New York], to Irene [Gallagher], 1921 Jan. 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270914110 Although many people view Al Jolson as little more than a singer of long ago, the voice of "The Jazz Singer", the first full-length 'talking movie", he was known as The World's Greatest Entertainer, a superstar before the word was coined, a man whose musical heritage created much of the entertainment industry we know today. His car...

M. Whitmore & Sons.

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Feist, Leonard, 1910-1996

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Leonard Feist, publisher and copyright expert, was the son of music publisher Leo Feist. After graduating from Yale in 1932, the younger Feist joined his father's company. When Leo Feist, Inc. was sold to MGM in the late 1930s, Leonard Feist began a career as an independent publisher, in which he was involved in the publication of concert, educational, and sacred music. In 1956, he assumed the presidency of Associated Music Publishers, Inc., and in 1966, he became presid...