Manuscript sheet music, [ca. 1900-1945].


Manuscript sheet music, [ca. 1900-1945].

Collection consists mostly of musical compositions (titled and untitled) of affiliates of Brown University--faculty, staff, alumni, or their families. Includes set of printing plates for the song, "We are with you, General Pershing", by Edward Manning Gushee, Brown University class of 1858.

44 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 6751139

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